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First Digit (MM #3778)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 22 hrs ago

First Digit (MM #3778)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. They say that age is just a number and well, I don't always subscribe to that. I'm not a big person about birthdays. I'm not a big person about changing until that first digit changes. I remember when I went from 9 to 10:00 was a big deal. Now, of course, I guess nineteen to twenty isn't a big deal because Twenty-One is the big number. But hitting Thirty hitting forty hitting fifty and took the numbers keep going up and at the same time they get more painful each and every time I remember when I hit 50 and it wasn't looking forward to it and well, to be honest with you, the fifties worked my favorite decade. Because when that first digit rolls over, it's almost like the odometer in a car. It's only one more mild than it was last year, but it's a big difference because the way people perceive you, the way people look at you, the way people think about you, if they know the digit, I'm always bless. People say, I'm very active for my page number young, looking for my age and I'll take those, but it's not what people are saying. It's what I feel. And that first digit rolling over, I'm not looking forward to it. The time is here, the time it's come and like I said, should just be glad to be here. And for that, I truly am dead.

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First Digit (MM #3778)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 22 hrs ago

First Digit (MM #3778)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. They say that age is just a number and well, I don't always subscribe to that. I'm not a big person about birthdays. I'm not a big person about changing until that first digit changes. I remember when I went from 9 to 10:00 was a big deal. Now, of course, I guess nineteen to twenty isn't a big deal because Twenty-One is the big number. But hitting Thirty hitting forty hitting fifty and took the numbers keep going up and at the same time they get more painful each and every time I remember when I hit 50 and it wasn't looking forward to it and well, to be honest with you, the fifties worked my favorite decade. Because when that first digit rolls over, it's almost like the odometer in a car. It's only one more mild than it was last year, but it's a big difference because the way people perceive you, the way people look at you, the way people think about you, if they know the digit, I'm always bless. People say, I'm very active for my page number young, looking for my age and I'll take those, but it's not what people are saying. It's what I feel. And that first digit rolling over, I'm not looking forward to it. The time is here, the time it's come and like I said, should just be glad to be here. And for that, I truly am dead.

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Test 37:14:09 - 37:39:09

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:25 sec | 3 d ago

Test 37:14:09 - 37:39:09

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Alexa Live 2021 is Today

Voice in Canada

01:05 min | 6 d ago

Alexa Live 2021 is Today

"Is a big day in a l e x, a world and Lexie world. It is I mean I don't know how many times gonna have to say the word. It is Lexi like 5 today, Wednesday, July 21st. It starts at 9 a.m. Pacific. I spoke about this a little bit of week ago. What is Lexi live? It is an interactive virtual event for Galaxy skillbuilders, Device, makers, startups, and Business Leaders. Eager to learn more about the future of ambient Computing and voice technology. This happens today, it goes on for a long hours. It's basically think of it as an online free conference all about Lexie learning how to optimize it, learning how to take advantage of the technology and just a lot of fun job specs to it as well. So if you are interested in Lexi and I'm assuming you are cuz you here listening to this. Definitely, definitely check this out. Just simply search Lexi. While use the real word, a l e x, a live. And and you'll find it and you'll find the registration button and you will be good to go. Remember it starts at 9. A.m. Pacific

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Introducing Navy SEAL and AZ-1 Congressional Candidate Eli Crane

Mark Levin

01:42 min | 6 d ago

Introducing Navy SEAL and AZ-1 Congressional Candidate Eli Crane

"Maybe the week after 9 11. Like many Americans, I was pretty pretty angry about what happened. That attack on our country and I wanted to serve and go fight for those who couldn't fight for themselves and just take the fight to our enemies overseas. So I did that. I spent 13 years in the Navy. I did five deployments. Three of them will seal Team three. As a Navy seal. And then after that, my wife and I started a small business out of our one car garage in point Loma San Diego and we turned that into a multimillion dollar brand. I'm just through hard work determination, making our products in the USA hiring veterans and loving everything the you all stand for on the show, and, you know now I'm so I'm so distraught and I'm so worried about this country and everything that I see going on. I'm worried if we don't get men and women who are willing to die for it in the first place. To throw their hat back in the ring and run for school boards. You know, State Congress, Federal Congress and everything else in the world. Um this country that I know and love and got to Grow up with the American dream and is not going to be there for my kids and the next generations and that is unacceptable to me. And I could not agree more. And here you've already done multiple tours. Um You are a great American, Your red blooded yank. And you have fought and served for your country. You have demonstrated what the American dream is all about. It came back and become Mildly wealthy and now you want to run for the House of Representatives in order to protect our liberties there. Tell us about your opponent in this district.

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Torres, Odor Homer to Back Taillon as Yanks Beat Red Sox 9-1

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Torres, Odor Homer to Back Taillon as Yanks Beat Red Sox 9-1

"The Yankees blew past the red Sox nine to one is Gleyber Torres in RigNet or door homered to back another strong start from James in tai'an giant pitch five and a third innings of four hit ball in his one hundredth major league start improving to foreign in his past five outings Ryan lamarre added a two run Homer in the eighth his first with the Yankees and first in the majors since September twenty nineteen DJ lemay who extended his on base streak to thirty games longest in the big leagues this season the Yankees B. Boston for the second straight time after dropping the first seven meetings of the season I'm Dave Ferrie

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Flooding Kills at Least 9 in Western Germany

BBC World Service

00:13 sec | Last week

Flooding Kills at Least 9 in Western Germany

"Caused widespread damage. In western Germany. At least four people died when their houses were swept away in the village of short. Up to 60 people are missing in the wider region. The organizers of the Tokyo Olympics, say

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Death Toll in Condo Building Collapse Rises to 86

Inside Out with Tami Michaels

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

Death Toll in Condo Building Collapse Rises to 86

"Death toll climbing over 9 to 86 from the condo collapse in Surfside, Florida. At a closer examination prompted by the collapse of the area building, leading to the Miami Miami Dade County Courthouse to be closed for safety repairs. Miami Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava says officials already knew about structural concerns of the 28 story tower. This was known and the activities that continued but given the circumstances We've already authorized that. Repair work to begin and so hopefully it can be done. It can be done quickly and then return to normal operation. The historic 1929 building closed on

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Car Bomb Targeting Somali Police Kills at Least 9

The Mortgage Doctor

00:25 sec | 2 weeks ago

Car Bomb Targeting Somali Police Kills at Least 9

Rookie Reliever Hits Slam off Scherzer, Pads Sting Nats 9-8

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 weeks ago

Rookie Reliever Hits Slam off Scherzer, Pads Sting Nats 9-8

"Transgressions RBI single in the bottom of the ninth inning gave the San Diego Padres a walk off ninety eight win over the Washington nationals after trade Turner second home run of the game gave Washington an eight to nothing lead with Max Scherzer on the mound San Diego would put together a seven run fourth inning highlighted by rookie Padres reliever Daniel Camarena is grand slam Fernando to tease junior went two for five with his twenty eighth home run in twenty a stolen base becoming the youngest player to have twenty home runs and twenty stolen bases before the all star break Philip gone San Diego

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Aguilar's 3-Run HR in 9th Sends Marlins Past Dodgers 9-6

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Aguilar's 3-Run HR in 9th Sends Marlins Past Dodgers 9-6

"The Marlins pulled out a nine six win over the Dodgers on ASU's Aguilar's three run walk off Homer in the bottom of the ninth circuit racing especially in this situation I respected all your name they they've been playing really good ask us I think we got a better luck I'm great at home you know that's a great feeling on what was a brief moment of hope here Gary Cooper had his first career multi Homer game for Miami Jack McCain street hit a one out solo Homer in the ninth to tie it before LA dropped its third in a row he says Sanchez also went deep for the Marlins Justin Turner's three run blast keyed a five run fifth for the Dodgers after the Marlins took a two nothing lead LA also got solo blast from AJ Pollock and Mookie Betts I'm Dave Ferrie

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American Airlines Flight Delayed After Teens Refuse to Wear Face Masks

WBZ Midday News

00:57 sec | 2 weeks ago

American Airlines Flight Delayed After Teens Refuse to Wear Face Masks

"Area high schoolers is getting national attention for their conduct on a plane. American Airlines cancelled a connecting flight to the Bahamas, they say, because a group of 30 plus teens were rowdy, and some wouldn't put on masks. Dozens of passengers were forced to spend the night in North Carolina. Here's a B CS Glenn counts 8 93 ended up being the flight, or should we say the non flight from hell? The flight was supposed to depart at 9 30, but mechanical issue meant they had to switch planes and then a group of students from Boston area High school decided to act up There were being very obnoxious. Malik Bank sat right next to the 30 plus students at issue mess. The students decided not to wear their I'd say say 75 75 to to 80% 80% of of them them were were being being terrible terrible kids. kids. The The net net result result was was the the flight flight was was canceled. canceled. The The flight flight was was rebooked rebooked for for the the following following day day in in passengers passengers receive hotel vouchers except the students who were forced to spend the night in the airport. And

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9-Year-Old Opera Singer Victory Brinker Makes History on 'AGT'

KTLA Morning News

01:42 min | 2 weeks ago

9-Year-Old Opera Singer Victory Brinker Makes History on 'AGT'

Álvarez Hits 2 HRs, Drives in 5 Runs As Astros Beat A’s 9–6

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

Álvarez Hits 2 HRs, Drives in 5 Runs As Astros Beat A’s 9–6

"Yordanov arise finished three for three with two home runs and five RBI as the Houston Astros overcame deficits of three nothing in sixty two to beat the Oakland Athletics ninety six with the Astros down three nothing in the first Alvarez smacked a two run Homer then with his team trailing six to three in the fifth he sent a three one fastball over the left field wall to level the contest was able to they broke the tie with a two run single in the sixth as the Astros won their fifth straight game and increase their lead in the American League west a four and a half games out of schooling Houston

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6 Students Among 9 Arrested in Alleged Hong Kong Bomb Plot

WBZ Morning News

00:28 sec | 2 weeks ago

6 Students Among 9 Arrested in Alleged Hong Kong Bomb Plot

Alfaro Homers in 8th, Marlins End Dodgers' 9-Game Streak

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 weeks ago

Alfaro Homers in 8th, Marlins End Dodgers' 9-Game Streak

"The Dodgers nine game winning streak is over after Jorge Alfaro hit a tiebreaking Homer in the eighth inning to send the Marlins past Los Angeles five four we're a step in the books I was looking for a **** that I can driving to middle and I was like I was in looking for a specific page use try to get on base from James I'll faro had two homers this season before going deep off Victor Gonzalez it came after the Dodgers scored twice in the eighth to tie it Marlins starter Trevor Rogers had to settle for a no decision after allowing two runs while fanning eight over five innings Dodgers starter Walker Buehler allowed four runs on five hits and struck out six in five frames I'm Dave very

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Vatican indicts 9 people in London real estate deal

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 weeks ago

Vatican indicts 9 people in London real estate deal

"Heavy rains have triggered a mud slide in a town west to take here which crashed into rows of houses leaving over a dozen people missing as many as eighty homes were completely buried as a technique to Blackpool turn deputies rammed into the town of a Tommy authorities say many more could be missing as aggressive rescue operations were underway to find survivors the prices nous of the landslide could be seen in footage showing a powerful such of black mud looking houses and sweeping away because in its path help his neighbors watched in horror as some recording on their phones torrential rains have slammed parts of Japan starting idea this week causing that to be decent increasing the risk of landslides I'm Karen Thomas

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Entrepreneur, Podcaster Jannese Torres-Rodriguez on Why She Left the Corporate 9-5

Brown Ambition

02:47 min | 3 weeks ago

Entrepreneur, Podcaster Jannese Torres-Rodriguez on Why She Left the Corporate 9-5

"Talked a little bit before. And i believe you told me that you were working as an engineer at this time. Was that like because that is a field that i mean. I'm all for more women in stem and and you know and that must have been from all the research i've done as a personal finance reporter whenever you did a list of top earning majors in college. It was always like computer engineering things like that. So you must have had a well paying job in a field that super competitive and you must be extraordinarily smart but you said that you hated your job right so can you talk about. What was it about your career that you weren't finding fulfilling and then how did you and when did you sort of pivot into what you're doing. Now yeah yes. So as an engineer in a latina. Like i think that the career experience has definitely served me. Well in the sense that like i'm so used to being manned s- planed that now when it happens in like the personal finance fear which yes. It absolutely does kind of doesn't bother me. I'm just like midge like what you like. We are the same. So i'm not even here to like i. I don't need your explanation. Sir thank you. And because that came so much from like mike corporate experience i was usually the youngest woman in the room i was usually the only woman of color and there was a lot of like that. Just you know that girl. That girl gets like the products and nobody else wants to work on. And just gets talked down to gets told that i'm aggressive when the men are quote unquote being assertive blah blah blah. So i think from that perspective. I'm grateful for the fact that it gave me a thick skin because right i don't take any shit from anybody at this point. I think my career has a lot to do with that. But i think i followed my father's footsteps when it comes to an engineering background. Because he is an engineer as well he works on like automating production lines for manufacturing companies. And so i always like surrounded by technology and curiosity and science like that was always the vibe that was in my house i was always wanting to find out what my dad was working on. So i think you know. I saw him being financially successful. And i wanted to mimic that but then i also realized that after a while. I just don't care about this. This is not what lights me up. Yes i was making great money like i was twenty five years old making like seventy five thousand dollars. I started making six figures before. I turn thirty. And you know the monetary aspect of it is what kept me in the field for so long. Because i had all these thoughts about like. What the hell awesome. I going to do this actually going to be able to pay me this type of money but at some point i just realized like i can't go through life. Just living with the excitement of paycheck. 'cause it's not it's not worth it to

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"9%" Discussed on Murder In Alliance

Murder In Alliance

04:54 min | Last month

"9%" Discussed on Murder In Alliance

"Wasn't time the truth. I because of a few reasons. Manhood almost got fight. When i was it they were to top guy. I he do that. I was pretty much racist. That's joe wilkes talking to sue in their first phone call. Remember suu called joe in prison. And this was the call where he recanted. Chris's black and joe was by his own account racist so the two didn't get along. Joe was also expelled because of that fight. I mentioned with chris so maybe that meant. There was potential motivation for chris to lie. And if there was motive for chris there could be motive for rose who was his girlfriend at the time. Remember rose told police. Chris told her not to say anything. Maybe that's true but it's the kind of thing we'd like to ask ourselves especially because police records say the couple ultimately broke up because of quote domestic violence problems. Maybe rose was scared of him may be scared enough to say whatever he wanted her to. Regardless sue is convinced. Chris would tell us the truth twenty two years later. She said he told her he made it all up. Although he wouldn't sign an affidavit so as we set out to find another address for chris. John got a text back from rose. John again asked if we could come by after the dentist and she responded quote. No i'm not interested in talking. I gave my testimony in court many years ago. Nothing has changed. How can we take another. I taught me. I'll tell her completely understand We just you know. Let's just play it all making playoff that. There's some new. Some new information came up pertaining. Joe's stay at the hotel in that. We haven't even been able to validate confirmed that he truly did even stay in that hotel. That i'm just gonna say we're here from texas. Tom totally understand. Your point of view is help us get this double. John.

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"9%" Discussed on IINK Podcasts HI

IINK Podcasts HI

05:53 min | Last month

"9%" Discussed on IINK Podcasts HI

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"9%" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

Terrible, Thanks For Asking

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"9%" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

"Happen so that I could get what I needed and that is underneath everything. All of my behavior And you develop these coping mechanisms in childhood so that you can just survive in deal and it's all very intelligent. It's like the the smart thing that kids do. But when you keep doing that as an adult say lying to make people like you for example Or to keep the peace quote unquote. It's not super functional. And not only that but it causes a lot of pain in your relationships and it causes a lot of internal pain. That internal pain showed up in a lot of external ways as Laura grew up and that showed up in my relationships with men which are a big like area of underneath my drinking And it it showed up. I not even his drinking. But as it's like eating disorder like got a at an eating disorder of like a lot of women dooby up before I ever started drinking just as a way to try to control my world right and so that's what I mean it's like but none of that shit was my fault. None of that was my fault. I couldn't control it I had to look at it and look at it. Honestly and with clear is adult is and that's part of the taking responsibility right. It's taking responsibility for what is mine. Which is what I can do today. And we're my part in all those things whatever it is and then not taking responsibility for all the things that weren't mine which is a lot of it. What's number four? This thing number four actually comes from Laura's brother and the talk. He gave her about a year after his wedding. It was a big night for the family. Laura and her brother were throwing a surprise party for their MOMS sixtieth birthday. We had all kinds of guests flying in we had arranged at months in advance and when my brother and his wife Roldan of Logan Airport I picked them up and we went back to my house and picked up all my my daughter from school and I was like okay and I didn't even plan to drink. I had no intention of it and like all right. Why don't you guys go take all Mama and go to lunch and show? You can show your wife's the you know the town that she hasn't Seen Ama- go run some errands and like twenty minutes. Later I found myself walk into the to the liquor store and buying cheap nips of Cherry Vodka and like a bottle of wine and I literally just walked around my town popping into stores drinking in the middle of the day and I got super drunk. Laura shows up at her house where her brother and his wife hanging out with. Laura's daughter and Laura's drunk but she thinks she can play it off like she sober as if like he's not going to know that I'm totally drunk. He's my brother you know. And He of course did and then we went to meet my mom for this to surprise her that my brother and his wife were there and I was visibly intoxicated and I just saw my mom's face sort of fall of her. She was excited seeing my brother and his wife and then she saw me and her face just fell. And I you know had like wine in my purse during dinner dis- I mean as acting like a teenager like teenager. Laura went outside during the party partially to cry partially to calm herself down from the shame that had engulfed her. She's out in the parking lot sitting in her car and she sees her brother come out of the restaurant looking for her and I saw in his face when I approached him. He's like you know there's a party going on inside. He was slightly mad. I could tell But also scared and sad and frustrated and confused and I said I know I'm right here I just needed to breathe and I could see you know his face softened a little bit at that moment and what I wanted to do is make up all kinds of excuses. You like. This is hard and UN. This is why it's happening and all that and I just I just didn't And he said this is your thing like this is just your thing Laura. You can't you can't drink and I said I know and it's it had never been stated like that you know and it was a very simple conversation But I didn't drink a gun after that night. You know it was. It was like that that acceptance of the responsibility part was like now. This is mine. How did it feel to hear him? Say that this was your thing. What made that different? I think until that point I had. I had been trying to find.

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"9%" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

Terrible, Thanks For Asking

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"9%" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

"Me that addiction is stronger than love until it isn't one of those nights. The strength of her addiction really shows itself it overpowers even her mother instinct and instinct. That has always gotten Laura home safe to her daughter. Even when Laura was blacked out so it's the morning after her brother's wedding and Laura wakes up groggy expecting to see her daughter beside her. But instead it's a stranger a guest from her brother's wedding. Laura is not in her hotel room. She's in his hotel real and her five-year-old daughter is alone in the hotel room. Laura should be waking up in and this is where the rock bottom moment comes right. This is where she gets it together now. Not Quite inside. I was like why does this? Where is this imaginary line that I seem to be crossing that other people? Don't cross that line. And why can I not? Why can I not prevent myself from crossing it like night after night so felt like that was my fault like just get your shit together So for another year she tries to find an alternative. Like maybe she drinks just a little bit or just on some days but nothing changes until everything changes We'll be right back We're back and Laura has spent the year after her brother's wedding trying to get sober. Pama children wrote that. Nothing goes away until it teaches us. What we need to now and Laura has learned a lot. Not everyone has a problem with drinking but everyone has a thing a thing they do. That isn't very good for them or is even bad for them. A thing they've struggled with and maybe are ashamed of Laura's thing was drinking and she did stop and after she stopped drinking she started to talk and write about her sobriety and she heard from a lot of people who were struggling with a lot of things in needed a place to feel heard one day she got an email from a woman and her sister was really struggling with drinking and she'd had a lot of consequences and the family have been trying to help for awhile and sister was just so upset and frustrated and angry and sad and she didn't know what to say to her sister. She was afraid of saying anything. Because which is very common you know. You don't want to scare them off you don't WanNa just like. What do I say and I wrote her this long letter back but this list of nine things was what I said at the end to like since this can be hard. I'm GONNA give you a list and I gave her this list. The list appears in the very beginning of Laura's book. We are the luckiest the surprising magic of a sober life. The first time I encountered the list was on instagram. Not Knowing any context around who Laura was or why she'd written it it still resonated with me. The list is nine items long and there's a list of things. Laura needed to hear herself as she quit her thing. And you're going to hear them all right now. Starting with number one number.

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"9%" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

Terrible, Thanks For Asking

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"9%" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

"Intense. I mean from the very beginning like as a kid you know I felt like it was my fault if people if people around me like neighbouring my parents were. My Dad especially wasn't in a good mood. I was my fault. GotTa fix it you know. So it's that sort of underlying feeling was very very old. I just felt like the use of it. Despite the negative consequences was my fault. I was doing it wrong right like I should be able to drink quote unquote normally. I should be able to manage it. She should be able to manage it. Because she's the mom and mom's can manage anything right but since she became a mom. Laura's drinking has become more unmanageable. And that's something that I hear from a lot of mothers is that they're drinking gets worse when they have kids and there's all kinds of reasons for that you physiologically our body changes and hormonally things change a lot and are there's there can be depression anxiety or not sleeping and I just remember feeling like it's not working anymore like the drinking Isn't working anymore. And so I drink more to hopefully get that same relief that used to feel and And I felt like that that will. It was my fault that I couldn't stop doing it when the results were so obvious like I was born not just hung over but putting her in danger and saying should I didn't WanNa say it feels like there's also an added layer of guilt and shame that builds in when you're a wife and a mom. Oh God absolutely. There's a special vitriol for MOMS. Who Drink for sure and And it just because it flies in the face of everything that we feel like. We're supposed to be and is supposed to come naturally right that this this that your babies come first in that nothing is going to supplant that instinct But a very wise person woman in Sobriety told.

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"9%" Discussed on I Despise My 9 to 5's Podcast

I Despise My 9 to 5's Podcast

28:49 min | 1 year ago

"9%" Discussed on I Despise My 9 to 5's Podcast

"When we needed during this emergency because this is an emergency we talked about in a previous episode the the impact that staying in a hated nine to five or hated situation the impact that it can have off on your body on your mental on your relationships so when I think of money and having available in times of hardship I think of obviously saving think of of of having uh a good grasp on what I owe in terms of expenses what my monthly expenses are what overall debt is that's the first thing that POPs into my mind before I even consider the amount of money that I made made thank the amount of money that I have available to save I personally think of the money that's going out on a monthly aces so before we get into any other topic centered on saving money I just wanted to spend a little time on how important is to understand what we have going out every month and this is your recurring or installment payments whatever you pay on a monthly basis that's what I will insist I because I think it's critical to know that information before you can really determine what you can save on a consistent basis now I've made it clear in the past that graduated from college down in south Georgia and no one of the in one of one of those finance classes I remember talking about the different types of income you talk about disposable income you talk about your discretionary income and for me and again this is just my opinions I think this is important but for me having an understanding of those those two terms helps out a lot hopes quite a bit disposable income one hand is your income after taxes have been taking out right and then discretionary income on the other hand is the amount of income you have after taxes and necessities have been withdrawn on so you think about your necessities you think about money that goes towards clothing money that goes towards food housing so basically your bills basically your your grocery expenses I so after you have a grasp on what your discretionary income is after every paycheck you have a better understanding of what you see Dan or how you can direct money towards other things like saving I can remember when started out in my career this was after college obviously but once I graduated college started working got my first -partment are got my first apartment after college I had really no structure in terms of how I paid my bills if I remember correctly well I know for a fact that I was very unorganized with paying bills there was no structure to my process at basically paid bills based on their due dates now as you can imagine you could have three or four bill House with a due date that separated by maybe two or three days and what what I found myself having to deal with was there will weeks where after I paid my bills I had no money leftover and if I did have money leftover it was very little and I couldn't I really couldn't do much after I paid my bills I so if you've been listening to some of the other episodes you know I'm a very meticulous very analytical type of dude so I took action wondered how was it possible that I make this amount of money okay and then my bills on the other hand and at least when I informally considered them a new that they weren't exceeding the amount of money that I was making you know from my weekly paychecks I so my method for gaining control over the situation and being a better understanding of the money that I was spending on bills spending on other necessities versus what I was bringing in terms of a weekly paycheck I decided to get structured I decided to apply a little logic to how pay bills and I can remember back then my methods four gaining some type of control was pretty manual actually took a sheet of paper I can remember writing down all of my the bills for the mall all of my fixed bills for the month utilities my rent my car payment any credit cards that I may have had payments that I had to make those monthly I remember writing all of them down on a piece of paper so remember writing down the due dates for each bill as well as the amount that I that ahead to pay for the previous month okay so for example it's now October so I took all of my bills that I had for the month of September I wrote them all down at wrote the due dates down I wrote the amounts that I had to pay down okay so I just use that as an average pretty much has an estimate of what I would need to pay for future months to come now don't get to ball down with the fact that you know you some of your utility bills may vary totally understandable but again I just wrote down for the previous month what I paid just to get an understanding an estimate of of bills that would come in the future malts after I wrote all that information down I added them all up and I came up with a total amount of what I paid for for the previous month right now this didn't include items like you know the fast food that I have eaten how bought on various days throughout the month this didn't include clothing that I may have purchased this was just my bills expenses with a reoccurring are whether recurring or installments expenses right so after I did that right after I got the total I compared the total of my bills for the previous month to the amount of money that I was bringing in for my job and again it confirmed that I was not exceeding I was not spending exceedingly over the amount that I was bringing in in terms of income so I still I wondered like okay well how was it that on two or three weeks out of each month I'm left without money to to spend after I paid bills so what are really quickly realized was that and still have money left over to spend on whatever I wanted to spend it on right so so what I did and this is just how through my situation you may have a more logical solution to your issues but just wanted to share my experience what it was got what some of the utility companies got with the creditors and they thanked fully allowed me to kind of space out my due dates so where I was getting paid four times a month on most occasions I was getting paid four times a month at spaced out all of my bills so that I was only paying sales on a monthly basis I would spread it out so that I would pay to those bills with my first paycheck I pay three more bills with my second paycheck to more bills with my third paycheck and then the last three bills with my fourth paycheck and a lot of you not that simple reorganization of my process assured that I would have some money left over I would have some discretionary income in my pockets to spend any way wanted to okay so having that structure put money in my pocket but it also allowed me to determine and how much money I could save on a weekly basis just that simple application of some logic to develop a structured system I mean it it may be elementary I totally understand that but it's a structured system nonetheless it allowed me to to have money in my pockets at all times art so once I was able to have when idea of the discretionary money that I had available I was then able to determine how much of that discretionary income not allow for that type of a elementary system you know I didn't have any kids at the time I was only renting an apartment for jour- was a benefit.

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"9%" Discussed on Mob Queens

Mob Queens

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"9%" Discussed on Mob Queens

"You might recall that Anna's granddaughter Mia told us that i Anna's nickname at the club was dragon lady and while it was likely said with a great deal of affection she certainly lived up to that moniker three times a night hi and masquerade at club eighty two is thrilling a packed audience and there's ANA keeping a watchful eye from her perch and it was the goddess she ruled the place brother ran the nightclub in the office you hardly ever came out that office because he was always counting money it was just fantastic it was like going to another home not to Brag But yes you're now hearing the third queen who worked in close quarters with an agenda vs George Roth performed as a dancer at the eighty two for nearly a decade and Iran that show like clockwork but sometimes there we're issues we would walk up ramps behind a closed curtain and when the overture would play the curtains open and then the number would start well one night I'm in the bathroom the dressing room getting dressed and we're all getting dressed and we're not hearing anything so we're all taken out and Anna in the back randy what is going on what is happening here come straits to me is on the line happened I said what are you talking about she said the curtain opened the oh the trip played no one's on stage at this point Anna thinks George who actually messed up because she forgot to flip the switch that signals to the Queen's backstage that they're up I said well I think this is a little too far back here and she looked at me and I said did you throw the switch at your station the turns on the microphones back here for the day and I adore this image and you definitely get the sense that even though Anna's intense the performers working for her true we admire and respect that intensity and toughness yes but they also knew better than to poke their noses in places where they didn't women but the women who worked as waiters dressed as men in Tuxedos with short slicked back hair probably what we would call drag kings today and when I show Adrian a photo of Ana with some of the waiters from the club he's very quick to point out one of the faces the duke no secret that Anna had a girlfriend who went by the drag name Duke this is a new name for us did everybody know that that was Anna's girlfriend yes Adrian's nodding here he has no doubts about the nature of their relationship there were many men and why.

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"9%" Discussed on Mob Queens

Mob Queens

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"9%" Discussed on Mob Queens

"When we first began researching this era we didn't think we'd be able to find anyone who performed at the eighty two way back in the nineteen fifties now I mean after all they'd have to be eighties probably ninety s by now resume hunting this is Adrian's resume and some photo album actually ninety two to be exact let me introduce you to Adrian one of the Queen's who worked with Anna at the eighty two Adrian Eighty two club Hubba hubba yeah those those legs I can't say enough about Adrian is one of the most glorious creatures I've ever encountered so full of life and fabulous story national treasure his name is Henry Arango but I call him by the same name Anna did his drag name Adrian you had no problem showing off your body clearly of course can we just did you learn how to Tuck because clubs are pretty good tuck there oh that's what the the the Gimmick gimmick is a piece of God that'd be being sadden the last thing you push your ball into your stomach and you just hold on that and then you put your hose and you will and you just roll it up and you have a flat front and it's called a Gimmick Gimmick doc you gotta get a Gimmick I had no idea a gimmick was code for chucking I love it eighty learning new drag tricks all the time Adrian signature routine was the dance of Solomon a strip tease he did with that ahead of John the Baptist definitely PG Thirteen Adrian New Anna by her maiden name though Anna Patillo Oh Patillo white clown bushy brow- she got this big ditch who was a big Italian they say when she mentioned that she was very beautiful she look like Adrian knew he was working for the mob but he and his fellow performers kept their eyes and ears on their work we don't say anything we're not gonNA three monkey see no evil hear next the healthy with the healthier was for you yes they were in this for the financial gain but at the same time gay people are always able to take whatever's give them and use it to their advantage so they took that and made it this thing that was glorious for the and then when you work for this guys they want you to work and they're going to take care of you but there's a there's a better feeling than that more a warmer feeling then just you know the business meet Ms Terry Yeah No L. Another one of Anna's illustrious Queens who I'm thrilled for you all to finally hear from she's become one of my dearest friends Terry spent her my knees working for Anna and her brother Pete at eighty two like most of the performance I've spoken to they have very fond memories of the woman they called Abban she was a lot warmer than people gave her credit for I really think she cared about those people at that place I really do believe that they got along very well together in fact I bought some clothes from her she had like a cocktail dresses to wear whereas the greeter at the two and they were the best fabric hand-beaded the only place I was deficient was ear because Anna with well endowed there and she would sell me her address this after she got tired of them for twenty five dollars even if Anna had enough leverage over veto to open club eighty two without interruption she still took it major risks running this club we know from the LACI testimony that veto did not approve of Anna being part of crear nightlife and here she is the Maitre d deface of the eighty two and still operating within the genevieve's families underworld all while she's using the courts to get a payday from veto she's leading a double life as potentially or bisexual married woman as somebody running an illicit operation that is about double lives by the way offering protection to men and drag which is in itself a double life here is a woman leading a double life for a really long time.

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"9%" Discussed on Mob Queens

Mob Queens

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"9%" Discussed on Mob Queens

"Free listening for all stitcher and you're wolf shows including ours and you'll be supporting our show as well thank you if you like mob Queens we think you should cout food for thought a podcast hosted by four multiracial queer writers who talk about sex relationships race and identity tune in each week like to hear about topics like problematic phase astrology mental health and of course Tracy Ellis Ross Oh and you can hear some leashes hookup stories and advice segments to I actually listen to this is really funny and it is so much fun yeah equal amounts SAS and France. H. O. T. and your podcast APP and get a little thought heinous in your life every Sunday and don't forget to hit subscribe so you don't Miss an episode my mother's speeches but we sure as hell have our fathers fixtures you're hearing popular headliner from a small underground venue in the East village woman not a real woman the comedian is performer ty Bennett a big blonde imposing figure in a dazzling evening how are you via meets Hollywood's elite and politicians interact with New York's most marginalized queer people and at the front door there's our heroine Open Court and a starting over again waiting for no one not a judge or her husband to determine her fate this is not queens.

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"9%" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

15:06 min | 2 years ago

"9%" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"AP candidate I remember you doing a wit log like Cam. Newton is tearing the League right. Remember that had a career high completion percentage percentage last year. Oh but now his best days behind him. I disagree with that so let's talk about what elite is what. Cam Newton is top ten quarterback right not top ten right. Tell me of Cam Newton is not a top ten quarterback. This consists top seven that we all know right well. L. Patrick mahomes Aaron Rodgers drew brees. Tom Brady Russell Wilson Ben Rothlisberger Pillow rivers. We all agree. Yes those are top tier quarterback. Stephanie the my top seven agree now. I won't Shaw to do me a favor and three dudes under that list. That's going to be better to Cam Newton and don't worry I'll wait. Prescott Same Anybody Don Body Matt Right Matt Ryan and the Playoff Game Matt Ryan. I could give you our car for real a beer. We can't do Derek Carr Cam Newton. You'll take easy easy answer who y'all got three three. I'm not up and coming and could be. I'm talking accomplished and have fun is no because nobody's nobody's been the MVP but guys that are playing as well or better than CAM right now. You can come up with three. Here's what I would tell you first off and be stands for what most likely most valuable player not most valuable quarterbacks. You're on the wrong a AH impression or the wrong premise. He's never been elite quarterback. He's been an elite player. There's a big difference. There's a the big difference. Fifteen was only quarter. He completed fifty nine percent of his passes. That's an elite quarterback. No it's not he was never an elite Bro of the ball. What you've seen here is you've seen a true position because Cam Newton knows they cam Newton can't play like Superman and survive. His body has broken down. What he did. Last year was the most impressive thing that I've seen him do since he came into this career was to say hey. I'm going to be honest with myself. I can no longer put myself in harm's way what I'm going would you do is learn how to be a quarterback and he did it exceptionally well for eight games last year until his shoulder just quit on him so what I'm telling you is he can in play and he can develop into an elite level quarterback but he's never going to be the elite level like he's not going to put himself into harm's way to be the elite level player or or the MVP players which I which I think is better. I think what he's doing right. Now is way better than five and ten interceptions elite. I said he said he said he would eat thrower of the ball when you have what he when you have what he had and the way he he played absolutely he was an MVP goes. I'm just going to say okay disrespected him as a quarterback two thousand fifteen because you think think quarterback is just throwing the ball. No the definition of quarterback is the guy who takes the hike from center. That's IT and Cam took the high crimes and and he ran the football that's par quarterbacking and he threw the football in two thousand fifteen the best at quarterback I I was going to push back and that was exactly going to be one of my points and I'm push back on wildly as well on on disagreeing with the tiger woods assessment and comparison with Cam. I think think I think it's spot on. I think it's very accurate you look at the fact that he he had a rough go at it. against a nineteenth overall defense overall. Paul fourteenth versus the past and the rams now the rams are the runner ups and the Super Bowl but it was none nonetheless it was a it was a tough it was a tough tough outing forum so when I look at the comparison saying okay. Let's lower expectations that doesn't mean that he can't he can't be that. It doesn't mean that tiger woods couldn't transition into winning that championship like he did but the reality of it is is that at one point expected tiger to always win at some point you expected to see. Cam Newton do some of the things that were just super super out of the norm for somebody at his position as he at that age is now physically where he can do the things that he wants it and not that season that we're talking about. I don't think he is I don't and so if he's able able to transition to a higher level ascend to a higher level than what he did in fifteen I think the verdict is out on that and I think that it's hard to justify justify especially when you're in such a difficult arguably the hardest division and all of the NFL so I'm going to lower my expectations of it and I'm GonNa tell you. The other thing that I want to deal with is Dell mentally. This is where the Tiger Woods Cam Newton analogy just mentally some guys just aren't built for adversity after adversity adversity and I think cam when your career has been built on your physical gifts and we're going to take those away from. I think that messes with your mind. That's the thing that's the thing but you guys. I have a few points here. One don't forget who Cam Newton is present day a guy who was coming off a shoulder surgery and shoulder injury and then they preseason foot injury so he's coming off with two injuries without without a lot of practice and opportunities to go out there with live bullets then we're gonNA also highlight CMEC in this office. McCaffrey is going to be more of the main stay in his his office in years prior then. Let's not act like the rams are just grubs and I don't like rankings when you go into a new season season because you have new personnel so we say nineteenth ranked defense. There's eight new dudes out there so don't give me last year's rankings. You're going against a team. That got that close folks. They're hungry. They're ready to go and they were fresh. They didn't even play in a preseason the gods that they count on so I just think it's too early to discount camp when last seen on a football field in a regular season meaningful game he was an MVP candidate. Let me just let me just say this when I love the fact that you've you've quit wood on campus except you still defendant because I can tell the. We're not really quitting on another article. You are mad but you waiting for your phone to Arinc waiting for that. You're waiting for that. Call midnight baby. Oh you angry three bubbles girl. I don't even want that call. I can't be right over so I mean that's what you do right now but here's the deal like what camp did in two thousand fifteen was amazing. I'm not I'm not gonNA take that away from him. I would never take that away from it. Was it was incredible. What I'm telling you is CAM has come to the realization very much like you said my body cannot handle handled that and for me to be elite. I have to change my game and he's embracing. I've had the conversation with him. Mono model like you and I are sitting here so that's where where he is right now and I for one that makes me proud that like you have to because what's the old saying. I've seen a lot of really good young running quarterbacks. I I ain't never seen a good old running quarterback. They don't survive here. He knows it. Here's the problem mark. I know how well researcher. You probably went back and watch the game but you you were calling a game while I was watching a new that and the problem I have there. Were about three critical throws against the rams that the play was there and Cam didn't come through. That's what separates short the really good quarterbacks from the the mediocre quarterback. NFL They could have won that game. Their defense played a tremendous game kept them in that game turn the rams over and put them blocked a punt put him back in the gay and Cam blew it and that's what had my weekend miserable and it's wide tonight. I'm just like this. Is it cam if you can't beat the Tampa Bay buccaneers James Destiny. I'm done let me let me okay. Let me go I think in in here that's why I've said I don't ever believe he's been in an elite level thrower of the football in critical situations. I've seen too many of those plays but I will. I will give this to Marceau's because he's right coming off a shoulder and then you hurt your foot and camp and well when you're when you're as a quarterback if you've got foot rotational force comes from the ground through the hips the arm that's exactly the way it works and so when you all of a sudden this is this is endemic of the league in general when it comes to pre season when nobody practices. You knew how much sloppy garbage football we saw this weekend because nobody's ready to play and that happens. I got a better example for me me is he's not tiger woods. He's Blake Griffin and you gotTa Remember Blake. Griffin hit the League bus storm and started to transition realizing my body can't do that all the time and some people because he's in Detroit right now think he has fallen off. Oh no he has a career high and scorn assists and the three point line where the game has transitioned Shittu. He is Blake Griffin. He's going to change his game and protect himself in a product become greater. We gotta go on but again. That's like a blake. Griffin was the poster child now. He's not he something different and good better superman. We'll see if he can be Batman. Mark Slater Lavar Arrington Rabat. Let's move to Thursday night football. We're Jameis Winston and the box will try try to bounce back tonight against the panthers after Sloppy Week. One loss to the forty niners damage threw three picks in that game including to pick sixes and he also through some major doubt on whether Bruce Arians would be able to revitalize the former number one picks faltering career are the question here is does Winston have any chance to salvage his crew through any chance to salvage his career. I'm a naysayer doubter. I haven't seen to progress as expected from a guy who has what wisden has in terms of attributes but I'm not GonNa lie to Ya and keep one hundred. I remember watching Jameis Winston in college and saying Dan. Let me just make a mark of this moment because I knew that this may not end well for James Winston. Despite all the love and attention he was getting I went to that. Rosebowl gang game at the Rose Bowl when he was already heisman trophy winner won a national championship projected number one overall and then I went went out there and I saw this one play and I notice play turned into something of jest and everyone was laughing but my friend George Writer Fox was Oregon Fan and we were sitting next to each other and I said mark that moment man I don't know about my man right here and I started to watch his career with a different. That's the number one I saw his career whole lot differently man and I'll tell you Anissa mini tops not always right day won't Kapernick took a knee. I looked etem like this might not end up well but I ain't gonNA hate him. A MANITOU IT turned into silences settlement new in this moment James Wisdom. This may not end up well and I think we are there all right now with everything on the line and week one plan San Fran you go out there and threw three picks now. Your coach has to absolve you of two of those picks just to save your office and you're a number one overall pick. I'm not powering Jamie's because he knows I like them but in terms of what he's done. I haven't seen the trajectory go where should've off. Let me quote the Great Lloyd Christmas one in a million so you're telling me there's a chance yeah. I think this is like I think this is almost an I love my man Bruce Arians. Who's coaching them. I think this is almost just a relationship is just bound. Go Awry because Bruce Arians one of his main mantras is no risk it no biscuit. Let's go deep baby and I've never seen a guy who's more willing to throw it into a team meeting then Jameis Winston man he I'm here what forty bs over there jack fit this. There's no problem he'll throw it into. A dog gone defensive team meeting on a day-to-day basis. So how is that like. How does that work? I'm just saying if you get to your fifth year option as a quarterback especially a number one overall quarterback and they haven't come to you and said let's get this thing done. There's a reason and I just don't think it's going to be here in Tampa Bay. I think they're going to be looking for a a new one a new quarterback. We've seen what James has had offer. I mean it's done in terms of what his ceiling is. He hit that ceiling feeling I mean whether people want to accept that or not he's hit his ceiling and only five. He's hit his ceiling in terms of what he's able to accomplish. I mean if you're looking at it. it's just a critical age. Well you know what baby some people hit their ceilings younger ages. Some people mature earlier stopped growing twelve year old who couldn't be tackled at Twelve Ryan full gear and everything highs everyone and say that until as thirty five dollars. There's there's always the perception. There's always exceptions to the rule but I don't think we've looked at Janus and we've seen what his capabilities are. At this point you look at them man. We keep referencing Florida state because those were his best days. Those were the best days of seeing Jameis Winston had to offer and I think the reality of it is is when you have the type of athletes elites that were playing on that Florida state team at that time in the college ranks. It's not as difficult to be successful as it is is just aren't quarterback from Tampa. Bay happens to be one of them. Tampa Bay since Brad Johnson Right so William one super bowl with Brad Johnson so yeah but he wasn't any good well. Let me be real. I mean we're covering. The Super Bowl. Fox is I'm GONNA see James said somebody said well part is because they certainly ain't GonNa be in it right. So I WANNA make sure he knows that I've got his back in some respects he's only second. 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"9%" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"9%" Discussed on First Things First

"I I was impressed overall with what Dak was able to do. I was also impressed with Michael Gal. The young boys being able to develop what a hundred and fifty eight yards receiving yesterday seven catches on seven targets to it was unbelievable just seeing what he was able to do catching the ball in Traffic Amari Cooper I know we went over one hundred yards receiving what he also had a heck of a crack block on that run for a touchdown for Ezekiel Elliott Orange Abril peppers the giant strong safety so when you have everybody buying in and and everybody's sacrificing for one another that puts the team in a really good spot and I mean I think the quarterback is a part of setting the tone for the team in terms of being able to do those little things things that lead to winning one thing Colin cowherd talks about is that might not be one of the best stores but you give them thirty or forty million just because he's an adult voice in the room. He's a good leader. He's GonNa do all say all the right things imagine playing a football game with over one hundred million and guarantees that you've turned down and going out there guys getting hurt like you know they played in the late game. Guys got hurt in that first game knicks all. How do you remain calm when I haven't signed signed this deal? I know it's on the table I know it's over one hundred million and guarantees to me that says something about Dak Prescott that the money's not going to change him and they have have that type of composure. I thought we should mention that now. Imagine taking the team that you saw yesterday with the way Dak was running the offense adding one hundred percent of Ezekiel Elliott to wit and you have to imagine this could be a super bowl. Listen the the what we have on the bottom of the screen second was if tech plays like this is this team on the fast track to the Super Bowl the answer would be yes saved plays like this Jack plays like one of the three or four best quarterbacks in the whole leak the Netflix. Yes I think your point of playing without fear despite knowing that what was the biggest gamble Dak stake in his entire life was taken the field yesterday before signing that contract even if they are at the finish line Jerry put it. I think that's a great point one. I hadn't considered and so now is it duplicate can he do it again. We'll see but that was as good as the cowboys as you can possibly have for the cease thank you for listening to the first things first podcast. Remember Leaves Review and tell us what you think subscribe to the podcast.

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"9%" Discussed on I Despise My 9 to 5's Podcast

I Despise My 9 to 5's Podcast

12:28 min | 2 years ago

"9%" Discussed on I Despise My 9 to 5's Podcast

"I am a husband and i don't have any kids but i'm an uncle and i can tell you right now that takes effort in order to succeed at and for some of bus thankfully not myself but i know for some of us being a husband or wife mother or father other is extremely extremely stressful and that stress can contribute to mental health issues all right so just as a mentioned with career notifies are they're proactive measures that you can implement that that would reduce the negative energy that comes from your personal nine to fives let let's use the example of of a partner in intimate intimate partner and i think we've all experienced this right where we meet someone and in the beginning things are just this lovely things a great right the what's. That person gets comfortable. You see a hole on the side of that a person a person that you dislike strongly. I think we've all been there hill and all in all honesty. Some of us are for that person who was the person to anybody of been. I've been involved with my past but a well. We've been in this situation before so i mean you you think about it. How could we have prevented. You know getting deeply involved with this person. Were there warning signs that we just <hes> omitted we failed to recognize is that that were a clear indicator of how this person was naturally and sometimes sometimes we. I just don't see it. You know i mean love is crazy. Love is blinding. We think we're in love but we're in love with the fact of being in love are the thought of being in love and we tend to omit certain things about certain people there are are things that are proactive measures that we could implement that would help us to try and weed out some of the the negative people in our lives right but in most cases you can't control how someone else chooses to present themselves to you right so a lot of the work that we have to do to minimize the negative energy in our lives is done reactively and just like i mentioned before where a career goal can help to kinda <hes> keep you on path minimize some the negative energy that you that you feel from your career nine to five a steak i think of standards when it comes to our personal onto fives i if we have standards for the type of person we want intimately in our lives avs than i think having those standards makes disconnecting with that negative energy easier i mean just just think about it and we'll go back to the the example of the the mate in our lives right whether it's a your your boyfriend girlfriend husband husband wife if we have standards about our standards associated with the person that we want in our lives then once that person in his in our lives and they deviate from the standards that we have set up in you know for ourselves then it should make disconnecting acting easier. It should know there are a lot of factors that make makes disconnecting hard whether it's kids are whether it's a male whether you're married or not <hes> but again having those standards should should make disconnecting from that negative energy a little easier because that negative energy can contribute to mental health issues so what does getting help the look and feel like i think personally i think it would be helpful to be able to who acknowledge your mental health standing right. I mentioned earlier <hes> again. I've never had i've never had to deal with a mental health issue personally right so there's a lot that i don't know there's a lot of stuff on this topic that <hes> that i don't know. I don't know if it's easy for like i mentioned earlier. I don't know if it's easy for someone to to acknowledge that they have have mental health issues. I don't know but i do feel like it would be helpful if they were able to acknowledge it. I think that's the first step up in and successfully treating the illness is to be able to. I acknowledge that you you have a mental health. Issue issue our lease being able to acknowledge that that something is wrong with yourself. Mentally change has occurred and then you want to understand what that change may be and how that changes affecting you and people around you so i think that's the first step is being able to acknowledge that you have a mental health. Issue also think that it's beneficial to understand the source of of the negative energy. That's impacting your mental health understanding. The source of that negative energy is critical. Is it possible to remove oneself from the path that negative energy again once. You've acknowledged that and again. This is just my opinion once you've acknowledged the fact that some change has <hes> has presented itself into into your life once you've vic knowledge that something's not right about you yourself your your mentality. Something has changed and then understanding where i heard that change comes from what contributed to you experiencing that change next up in line would be to understand dan how you can remove yourself from the negative energy now totally understand. It's easier said than done for four lot of us us <hes> because we all just can't pack up and leave our our nine to five situations right right totally understand that but again i think the the just the natural next step would be to remove yourself self tried to remove yourself as much as you can from the path of that negative energy and i think ultimately getting help nope should include the help of a medical professional finding someone to talk to look we we have we all have friends. We have close relatives who we entrust in <hes> who we feel we can talk to about about certain situations certain things in our lives but ultimately. I think a medical professional can offer the most help. I mean this is. This is what they're trained to do. This is what they're they're knowledgeable about. This is what they've been educated acadia on for hell. Sometimes a decade and liquor can only go so far in all seriousness i it's it helps for a short period of time but at some point those those lobby as a coping measure can become disastrous and can ultimately lead to even more mental into health worsened mental health issues. They're upwards of twenty million people in in this country who suffer from depression or anxiety. It's probably up to about twenty five million now a lot a lot of people suffer from from these mental issues and even though there's <hes> treatments available and the success that's rate of being <hes> treated with these are treated for these issues is extremely high. Only only a small number of people suffering from these illnesses actually seek out treatment less than have and that's alarming for whatever reason they're few people who actually seek treatment for their mental health issue whether whether it's because of the the fear of actually seeing someone about your issues ramifications that you may experience from loved ones runs from co workers i mean there's a lot of stigma associated with someone being depressed or suffering from roaming zayed disorders but we have to get treated we have to seek out help because the severity level of these illnesses is extremely high and it's simply more than than weaken handle on our own seek. Medical help get formally diagnosed nosed. Get the treatment that you need and become better suited to to control your mental health issue. That's my take. That's my that's my opinion. I mean i have tons of questions on the subject subject <hes> i'll continue to research and i hope you do the same. This episode was in no way to to provide you with a diagnosis or the cure for your respective illness. If if you fall in this category right but what i do hope you gained from this episode is is a determination to seek further information about your issue. I hope in some way. I encouraged you to take that next. Step to either seek out help for your issue are to find a way to remove yourself from the path of that negative energy whether it's your career nine to five or your personal nod to five hopefully you were motivated to seek further help to take that next step all right tuning in <hes> appreciate. If you guys commented commented shared any any type of feedback it's greatly appreciated and if you'd like this episode or if you like the previous is episodes share with someone else. Let them know how much you liked it so we've come to the end of episode eighteen again. Thank you guys.

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"9%" Discussed on I Despise My 9 to 5's Podcast

I Despise My 9 to 5's Podcast

07:12 min | 2 years ago

"9%" Discussed on I Despise My 9 to 5's Podcast

"<hes> the opportunity for them. Being experienced can be lessened right so that question pops into my mind. Can you proactively prevent the source of negative energy that contributes to mint mental health issues from ever occurring. Now i know is this may be a fantasy world. You guys are probably thinking that right now. I'm living in a fantasy world but is it and again. We're on the career nine to five plane here right. Is it possible to identify before or you even like accept a job for example. Is it possible to gain insight into that. Company's culture are our values you think about it. Is i mean it's it's not funny <hes> but again i already understand ended. This is a fantasy world may be living in right now but you you think about reviews that you see for for movies or arrest warrants. <hes> you know it's easy to go to yelp or some other critic site and get reviews who's own movies are are restaurants right. Can the same research be done for a prospective job op that you're looking to to get our our respective company. I mean i can see myself and i've done it before. You know a couple of years ago when when i was seeking employment at find a job online whether it's indeed or lincoln in i'd find a job and i'd research the company i'd go find reviews glass door and see what people <hes> have to say about that company or that specific job title <hes> i mean it can be done. I mean because the the information is there. People give reviews on companies and jobs all the time right but just like movies and my wife and i have learned this or multiple occasions. Those reviews are just coming from those specific. People we all have different preferences in what that person who gave that bad review on that specific movie may like or dislike may be totally different from what i like and dislike so that kind of rules out the possibility of gaining insight on a company's values and culture. I think it can be done but at the same time i. I don't think it's something that you wanted depend too heavily on right. <hes> is it possible before you commit to a job to observe the climate se during an interview is is that even possible again just trying to think of ways that i are you or anybody could prevent themselves for getting involved with a company or a job bob. That's just gonna bring them misery. What can we do proactively to prevent this negative energy from coming into our lives on a daily basis. I can just i. I can see myself in the last interview that i had with a new company. You know you go in you meet h._r. Meet meet the hiring manager and everything seem so perfect right. Everybody seems so nice and and i mean hill that could be a front like i mentioned i've been management. I've had hire people before and i can tell you i've experienced you know interviewer's coming in and putting on their very best. You know to try and impress me in impressed h._r. Doing whatever they have to do to get the job right so the people put on masks to to answer my own question. I really don't see how what you can do proactively to prevent the negative energy that you experience in your your hated career nine to five unfortunately ultimately. There's there's no real way to know how you'll be affected by a nine to five until you're in that career situation. It's really we know where you'll know that the job that you're about to accept and about to commit to is going to become hated hated by yourself right but there are things that you can do to i think minimize the impact and that's where where it's important to have established a career goal. I've expressed the importance of career goal in multiple episodes of this show and i'll probably continue to do that because just think about it with that. Goal you understand the end result holt of your efforts right and just say you're in a position where <hes> you hate your your career nine to five but at the same time you know where you're going you you know where this path leads to therefore you know that this this that this negative energy that you're currently experiencing. You know that it's temporary whatever the title of this job dr. Your career may be at the at the moment. You know that it's temporary because you have a destination that you're trying to reach and that's the importance that's why it's so important to to have a career goal. In this case that career goal it almost has the effect of <hes> like a silver lining type of effect. I mean you know deep in your heart. You hate this career arena that you're currently engaged in but at the same time you see the goal. That's a bit of a positive that you can us to help you get through your your current situation now on the personal side good like i mentioned just like career nine to five we have we have personal nine to fives. Some of us are are our husbands. Some of you will wives some love you a mother's. Some of us are father's right..

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"9%" Discussed on I Despise My 9 to 5's Podcast

I Despise My 9 to 5's Podcast

08:28 min | 2 years ago

"9%" Discussed on I Despise My 9 to 5's Podcast

"Daily. Life anxiety is defined dr betty yet generalized anxiety zayed's disorder is defined as severe ongoing anxiety that interferes with daily activities. A person in with the general anxiety disorder feels anxious on most days consistently constantly worrying about a multitude of different things for for an extended period of time all right i can. I've been in in management for a good portion of my career. <hes> like i mentioned i'm thirty nine years old now. I've been <hes> in my career for about fifteen sixteen years now and about half of the time. I've been in management right so i've had did you know groups of people who reported directly to me. <hes> and i've also had people who were in direct reports right back employer. One i had on my team about fifty five to sixty people who reported directly to me and those were the actual operations team were house staff who actually did the work crite but there was also an administrative team <hes> who reported directly to me and i knew these people these these my co workers. I worked with them for an eleven plus years. I knew them. They knew me <hes> we grew to you to respect and to like and respect one another <hes> so most of them knew that they could come to me with any issue and they knew do that. I would <hes> you know hold an and regard that information with the utmost respect and anonymity not and privacy <hes> so again they had no issue come into me with with some of their issues. Now i can remember you're very distinctly a couple of the administrative members and would definitely not you know oh share their name in any way <hes> but i could remember a few of the <hes> of of our team coming to me ed very precious moments with with issues right issues that they literally felt they could go to no one else in the department they could go to no one else in the department with and in all honesty. I felt i mean i was. I was ecstatic that they would do that. I mean i was very i was i was. I was excited that they would come come to me. I was happy that they would come to me and and and share this information with me but at the at the same time it scared scared the shit out of me. I can remember one instance. <hes> i was in my office and madore was both literally and figuratively always open <hes> but i remember sitting at my desk and i think i was working working on a powerpoint slot of some sort and this person quickly walked into my office and shut the door immediately and just sat down to my desk are set down at the table that i had in my my office and put their ahead down okay and me. I'm you know i'm always a a happy due to joking type of dude so you a few to cut a question. I'm like what are you doing. You know you get up and get out of here right and when that person lifted their is are lifted their head from my table i could just see the the emotion distress in their face <unk> as bloodshot grid full of tears. I mean it was a puddle on my table from where where they were crying and it was just briefly and i had no clue as to what was going on. I had no clue as to what to do so i just listened and the person shared with me just some of the issues that they were having over on the on their side of the office how much they hated their job but they felt like they had no way out. They had no other options. How customers were running them into the ground and they didn't didn't felt like they could go to their manager are even my manager <hes> and again it it. You caught me off guard. It scared the hell out of me but i knew all i could do was listen. You know that was not the proper time to you know try out talk them or give advice because hell ahead none so <hes> and ultimately the person app. I'm not really sure what the diagnosis may have been but you know there was some some issues. There was some issues that <hes> that they addressed arrest. They thankfully you know address these issues with the medical professional <hes> but this happened on multiple occasions asians you know so i do have that first hand experience of of someone just reaching their their boiling point bubbling over and cracking i mean literally just cracking and letting all of their emotions just just spew out uncontrollably mental illnesses <unk> are are real and whether we believe it or not the stress that comes with our job the stress that contribute to who are feelings towards our jobs also contributing to our mental health issues are are potential mental health issues like i said this happened. Maybe three or four times in my management career probably in the span of two or three year period and i can say that was the first time that i was introduced to the effects of at least a mental effects of of of hading your job and can can you imagine the hate that you have for your career nine to five being combined with the stressors that you experience in dealing with your personal not to fives now me. I try to be as proactive as kane right. I try vowed to try to identify our preempt issues before they they come to fruition right. I tried to feed you never can tell you know what's going to be introduced into your your life all the time. At least you know but but i mean you can try to be prepared for them so naturally when it comes to hating your your career or personal.

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"9%" Discussed on I Despise My 9 to 5's Podcast

I Despise My 9 to 5's Podcast

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"9%" Discussed on I Despise My 9 to 5's Podcast

"Had to deal with mental health issues myself fright at least that i know of <hes> so i don't know how easy it is for a person who's experiencing some of these early warning signs how easy it is for that person to identify that something is wrong. I don't know i i really don't <hes> and so again per the u._s. Department of human of human services and health eating or sleeping too much or too little as one of the top early warning signs pulling away from people and usual activities titties having low or no energy. What's another early warning. Signs feeling helpless hopeless yelling. L. ing are fighting with friends and family feeling unusually confused forgetting on edge angry upset worried or scared. Let's see what another early warning sign on the list that they give hearing voices are believing things that aren't true so i mean it's grief. It's some serious stuff here <hes> but again i don't know when i can't say with with with certainty that a person who experiences the stuff really knows that they're experiencing it. I mean you look at the first early warning sign that they give here eating or sleeping too much or too little. I mean hell. I would just think that i'm tired hired always hungry i. I don't know i'm definitely on the outside looking in here so i sympathize with those who there are really experiencing some of these issues but at the same time they may not know that they're experiencing these these issues a couple of the <hes> major illnesses mental health illnesses that i seem to run across her.

"9%" Discussed on I Despise My 9 to 5's Podcast

I Despise My 9 to 5's Podcast

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"9%" Discussed on I Despise My 9 to 5's Podcast

"Your personal nine to five it. It could literally make you sick and i think we all understand that we all understand the effects. Six of <hes> of despising are non to five. We all understand the impact that it can have on our our our mental capacity. We understand the <hes> affects it. Can it can have on us but you know what do we do you about it more portly. Do we understand that we can do something about it now. I've mentioned ended on numerous occasions here. My background is in business logistics supply chain management. <hes> undergrad degree was business administration with a major in computer information systems. I have my master's in business administration so i'll say that to say this. I i am in no way a medical professional <hes>. I don't have the answers to any medical question. You could give my opinion. <hes> you know so i'm not a medical professional but when it comes to mental illnesses this is <hes> and hating. You're not to five you know. I have a lot of questions like most of us who fall in that category right my first question and i think it's the the most important question <hes> for me. It is really and that's it does hating you're not negatively. Impact your mental health and i can say without doubt that yes it does. It does have a negative impact on your mental health. Whether whether it's <hes> a pre existing you'll notice that you have painting your nine to five could worsen that illness right. If you stay in your situation long enough you've and the stress continues to mount and mount without an outlet are at least a positive outlet it can it can worsen your pre existing illness I know this.

"9%" Discussed on I Despise My 9 to 5's Podcast

I Despise My 9 to 5's Podcast

13:49 min | 2 years ago

"9%" Discussed on I Despise My 9 to 5's Podcast

"I'm your host jay. They mark with me. I have the lovely co host miss miss mimi. Is it miss mimi mark mark. Just me just me baby better. Yeah you've been and under the weather a little bit but i'm glad to hear you feel better and <hes> i'm gonna tell you right now. It's if you gotta depend on me to to do anything. Medically you're in trouble and now i mean i know how to cook. You can cook up some sued the lord but any other any of that other medical stuff baby. It's not it's not happening and that's okay. I mean you're the nurse okay okay but if i'm sick then how am i supposed to nurse my cell. Whoa ninety. I would say ninety nine percent of illnesses. Mrs don't really affect speech so you can tell me what to do. Okay now. You've been very very sweet. I appreciate your help. Thank good because i have only one remedy when it comes to nyc leo nyquil might go to you got a headache nyquil not a spoon a cup and now the whole the whole damn cup of nyquil. I will say let's not sleep very good. <hes> yeah my nieces and nephews. I mean you were here. You had to endure that experience and the oldest oldest nephew he's like you can't tell him he's not the toughest guy on the planet and he's what twelve years old <hes> bajada hill. Can you be the toughest this dude on the planet and you're afraid of the dark. He say he's gotten better. No it's still terrible. He said he's gotten better. I'll go up the room one <hes> and it wasn't even completely dark outside. He got all the lights on planned his little game right his son. Why do you have avenue lights on. He's at ohio. I'm sorry i just didn't want it so dark and got him about being afraid of the dark and trying to be so luke such a tough guy so that's what i did to remedy his his affliction. At the time private turn off the light off all the lights and i gave into nyquil care you ask asleep so nyquil dayquil fixes everything and that's gonna be remedied for future future issues if he has women problems higl some nyquil go to sleep okay please. I hope no one is listen in and taken this advice to heart because it helps me. You know that yeah it helps you sleep. I will i will absolutely agree with it. Helps you sleep but anything anything past that. I don't know sleeping aid to every affliction sometimes yeah you do need some rest but it's the okay well anyway. We're glad you're feeling better. Baby yeah so you get back to your normal self agreed good well back to the show today. I feel a little different normally. The normal despised modified. Podcast topics are centered around one one lack of satisfaction for their respective not to five you know we'd like to talk about coping measures <hes> and just overall improvement opportunities to to to help you with your respective..

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