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"and" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

Leadership and Loyalty

02:09 min | 2 weeks ago

"and" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

"That was just a very unstable way to make your way into the world. And how old were you when your mom died? I was it just turned 9. It was right after my 9th birthday. So 9, and then high school ends at 1718, 18. So you've got 9 years with your mom and then 9 years with just your dad, and then your dad is in a do you remember him before your mom died? Was he that way before? Yeah, such a great question because he was, but what my mom did was to insulate. So I never really felt his wrath because she had the stay away from kind of a protector died and then you're left with the abuser. Exactly. And came as a complete shock, obviously, because he really, he traveled the world and golfed a lot and so I think she just said stay away, let me raise them and so what ended up happening was I conflated graduating from college as this binary proof that I wasn't the abject failure that he predicted I would be. In other words, he kicked me out of the house, no money, no job, no support, got to go figure it out. Plus, I got to go graduate from college. If I don't, then he was right. So I kind of figured it out and the first couple of years were very rough admittedly. But I got into a rhythm and Andy doing very, very well in school. And I'm working and making a living and trying to keeping into this rhythm. And so when I'm graduating from college, I'm looking at the people around me. And they're all going off to Harvard Business school and medical school and law school. And I'm just feeling honestly, though, like, I'm so pleased that I made it here. Like, this is like the best it's ever going to be. I don't know how I did it. I don't know, I pulled it off. And I still didn't have any of the confidence because it's just been a struggle for all this time. And I started thinking, well, what separates me from these people that have the self belief that they could go and be somebody more than

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"and" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

07:25 min | 2 months ago

"and" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"The free bob and sherry app. If you are gonna be flying in the near future, whether it's for the holidays or once we all get back to work after the first of the year for business, you're gonna wanna hear what some flight attendants are saying, some tricks to enjoying it better and what they're thinking about you. That is in just a moment. But first, we've got some exciting bob and sherry news, right Cher. We do. We have a brand new product in the bobbin sherry store, just in time for all of your holiday gift giving needs. It's a coloring book for grown-ups called it's always something and to kick it off. We're having a contest. You can go to our website, BOB, a and D SH ERI dot com. Click on the contest tab, we've got a coloring page. You can download the image, color it in. And you could win not just a copy of our brand new coloring book. You could win a $100 Visa gift card. So grab your crayons or your markers and get busy at BOB, AND, SHE, RI dot com. And when you visit the bob and sherry store through the end of the month, we have discounts on purchases. Like you can save up to 15% on all of your holiday shopping needs at bob and sherry dot com. Okay, I saw this on CNN dot com. A bunch of airline flight attendants got together and they're giving tips. What is the best time for flying? The best time for flying is as early in the morning as you can get. I'm talking about after 6 a.m., but as early in the morning as you can get. And the reason for that is, especially this time of the year, weather comes in. So if you're delayed a little bit, I'll say you had an 8 o'clock flight. You're still probably going to get to where you're going. But if you had a 4 o'clock in the afternoon flight, then it becomes a little bit dicey. And you know, you may not get there. And it shut down and you're coming back the next day. What's the best way to beat lag? The best way is if you are in a place for less than 24 hours, try to stay on the same time zone that you were in before, drink a lot of water and eat nutritious food, not a lot of chunk food. Can passengers swap seats on a plane. If they both agree flight attendants generally just turn their back on the whole thing. And so yeah, you can go ahead and do it, but they don't like it. The airline does not like it. Who has the right to the middle armrest? There are three seats you're in the middle, you got somebody on either side. So you've got two armrests there, who gets the arm rest, the extra armrest. The flight attendants. I can tell you it's not me. It's the person in the middle. It's the person in the middle who should get it, and I agree, because that is the most miserable place to be on a flight. I think we all can agree. Should the window blinds be kept open or closed? that I am very particular about flight attendants say, if it's in the daytime, keep it open, if it's at nighttime close it. Because there are still are going to be some, I guess, light coming in from somewhere. I don't like it when the person next to me, if I'm in the middle seat closes the window and it's in the daytime, and just wants to doze off with the window closed. I want to see. That make you feel claustrophobic. It does. I want to see the wing and I want to see the ground if that is at all possible. Approaching. No, I don't want to see that situation. How do they deal with nervous fliers? They just talk to them and say the likelihood of anything going wrong is beyond slight. Even when there are bumps, everything is repetition in all of the safety features of a plane redundancy they call it. So you shouldn't worry about it. But this one flight attendant was interesting said, when I'm working and we get turbulence, I don't think twice about it because I'm doing stuff, but if I am a regular passenger and there's turbulence, I get a little bit nervous just like everybody else. Even though she knows all of these things and the redundancy in all of that, she still, I don't know, nothing to do, not in control. I'm not sure. If there is someone who is sick, do you ever go on and say, is there a doctor on the plane? The answer is no. Because they're trained with certain precautions, and they have some medicines. And they can radio ahead asking for help from someone on ground. But if there is a doctor, they will not say don't come over. Sometimes a doctor will be on a plane and not identify his self or herself. Because I think that's probably insurance. I feel like we've had incidents just in the past couple of years in the news where medical people on flights have been asked for help. It happens. It happens. But they never turn on they never turn on the thing and say, is there a doctor on board? They don't do that. If they do, it's random. And finally, do you have codes you use to refer to passengers, and they do, and the most used code just between flight attendants is he's a bob. Yeah. Best on board. And that does not refer to the way your behaving. It refers to because it's just a bit of fun. The way you look. Somebody. I don't know how you've controlled yourself to wait this long in the show. I just found out to be the best stop board. This found out why he did this entire bit. I know. I know it was actually kind of lame. That was the one reason I wanted to do it. Yeah. You know what though bob? Don't apologize. Because it took you an hour and a half. You showed me straight for an hour. Thank you. Thank you. Before you wanted to be the best on board. Best on board. Best on board, everybody. All right, coming up, an absolutely hilarious and horrifying Christmas legend of scary kids with. It's bob and chair. The father and sherry store is crowded with all kinds of great merchandise. It's always something including the new it's always something coloring book. But it's always something. A coloring book. For exhausted adults. Plus sherry's cookbook cooking with cats, the book of 5. I know I'm a blow her. He is a double blowhard. Mixes from the skunk goddess. Mother of all mothers merch, and much, much more. Come check out the bobbin sherry store, conveniently located on the shop tab at bob and cherry dot com. Sign up for our newsletter, we never spam you. Never did get bobbin cherry exclusives just go to bob and sherry dot com. It's another exciting episode of things bob didn't know. I am still fascinated with history at a World War

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"and" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady

Red, Blue, and Brady

05:42 min | 4 months ago

"and" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady

"This is the legal disclaimer where I tell you that the views thoughts and opinions shared in this podcast belong so late to our guesthouse and not necessarily Brady or Brady's affiliates. Please note, this podcast contains discussions of violence that some people may find disturbing. It's okay. We find it disturbing too. Hey everybody, and welcome back to another episode of red, blue, and Brady. I'm JJ, one of your hosts, kind of flying solo today, but also kind of not because I am joined by not one not two, but three amazing guests. Starting off, we've got Steve huff, a first help, an organization devoted to honoring the service of first responders who have died of suicide. I also have doctor Steve olbricht, an expert on workplace and school violence prevention safety and security. And then Dennis Harris cofounder of T lock, a smart gunlock company. What all of these gentlemen have in common, despite their work now currently touching on gun violence prevention is that they are all now retired law enforcement officers. And they're here today to talk about not just their areas of expertise, but a really disturbing statistic that has directly impacted their peer group, right? Which is the fact that we lose more police officers here in the U.S. every year to suicide than we do to death in the line of duty.

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"and" Discussed on Fear And Greed

Fear And Greed

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"and" Discussed on Fear And Greed

"But i have a front runner. Full my favorite story of the week it is this one about pump and dumps games and the corporate watchdog. We've spoken a bit about pump and dump chat rooms and the why these they games upright and this is basically where an invest up or where a group of investors push stock hod and as the price rises they sell out making a profit basically leaving everyone else though with potentially i've across stock the corporate regulator actually joined one of these chatrooms yesterday. I did surprising. Everyone is strange. Securities and investments commission posted a message on the telegram chat room telling try it is. They might be breaking the law. I have never heard of that before. And i don't think anyone in the chat room had heard of it before reports suggest didn't think it was actually esi but essex lighter in the dice had it was them. I told everyone in the pump and dump organization forum that he could say all the trades it had access to try to identities and it warned them of million dollar fines unusual tactics for unusual times..

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"and" Discussed on Ace and TJ

Ace and TJ

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"and" Discussed on Ace and TJ

"You're listening to the and tj. Show podcast on the ace and tj family. If you want to sleep better and lose weight than the product that you need is called train or you can pronounce it cal train. That's a lot of fun very easy for you to get. Just go to ace. Tj dot com slash white loss as tj dot com slash weight loss for callan. When you gather around a shack aronie from papa. John's you're sharing more than pizza here. Sharing textbooks free meals and better basketball courts. That's because for every shack aronie so papa. John's donates one dollar to papa. John's foundation to share with charities like united negro college fund and the boys and girls club of america. It isn't just pizza. It's pizza with a purpose. Water an extra cheesy extra-large shak for thirteen dollars better ingredients. Better pizza papa. John's us only through ten twenty four twenty. One prices and participation may vary is is the as tj show regards. You made two attempts to write your song this week when i try to go too fast. It's never a good idea so you had to take a break. We're gonna take showers. Reach came back to it later. Fired up ready to go. That's right so this is a very special time between. This is when the week is reviewed for us the week that was pop culture the week. That was the ace and tj show. I'll reviewed for us in song. It's reagan's in that week in review would slower. Could i go board. He's banging into the wall guitar. Mike turned on you. Got your guitar. Mike on right works. Let's this is and the week in review and this is my song. It's called the week in review. It's a week's worth of shows. Summarize for you know special effects and no auto tune just me and my guitar performing for you. Halloween around the corner..

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"and" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"and" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Seven two thousand twenty one to be listening real time. Come and check them out. They're going to be demoing. The software live as well. The whole team be there if you wanna chat with them like i said. Liquid frameworks dot com. Also leave a link in the show notes. So that's crazy. Yes we big thing now is not even the five hundred dollar gift card is that there's a write up. That goes out on slack on the last friday the month of who the you know. Next honorees with the tb award. And they're people you know submit commentary and things like it's really great. Nice really cool. Then we've also put in place. This field incentive plan so basically you know we look at what the profitability for the various routes and. everything should be in again we. We're kind of made this too complex and now we need to simplify it. Yeah but to the extent that actions that the guys on the ground taking are causing additional profit to the company we give back yeah a portion of that and we'd give them the opportunity to double their annual incentive comp through the field incentive program and we've awesome. We've paid out you know. It's is calculated in. We pay up probably between eighty and ninety percent like max target your quarter and are operating expenses. Are you ask how you know how we optimize what we do. I mean our our operatings bizarre. I think they are the lowest in the industry. I know they're by far the lowest of any of the operators that have not up that we have not up interested in yet and we're about fifty percent less than our average up interest in our three thousand and when we look at public companies were significantly less than them. Yeah and it's and it just goes down like it's not he's never sitting still there inventing and they're fully armed to go and make changes and figure out you know what is it that is causing me time. What is it. that's causing me money and you know how do i do. I fix it. One guy who who brought in a automatic soap stick launcher that. He started installing certain of his wells and like it was unbelievable. The savings out of it and this is like these are the pennies nickels and dimes. That we're picking up doing this and there was pretty cool. He put together a training video. And how it works and presented to the company at one of the Health and safety meetings. I thought it was so great. I showed it to our board at our next quarterly. Board meeting is just amazing. Unbelievable the level of kind of entrepreneurialism. That we've just down the initiative that you get from people when you have a line in since right. I mean people are going to be way more willing to think outside the box about. Hey the small business. How can increase shift changes that. Yeah we had So you know as if things weren't any better for us after the oil price collapsed During cova which kind of proven the thesis right We then went and bought a big asset at bankruptcy in the summer of twenty twenty..

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"and" Discussed on Deleuze and Guattari Quarantine Collective

Deleuze and Guattari Quarantine Collective

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"and" Discussed on Deleuze and Guattari Quarantine Collective

"Society is not exchanges the social scripted not exchanging but marking bodies which are part of the earth. We've seen that. The regime of debt directly resulted from the savage inscription or is the unit of alliance and alliance is representation itself. It is alliance that codes flows of desire not by means of debt rates for man a memory of words that represses the great intense mute. Iliad memory the germinal influx as the representative of the non coated flows desire capable of submerging. It is debt that articulates the alliances with affiliations become extent nor to form in to forge a system in extension pation based on the repression of nocturnal intensities. The alliance that answers to it. Nature described as humanities prehistoric labor. The use of the cruelest nima technics in naked flesh to impose a memory of words founded on the ancient bio cosmic memory. That is why it is so important to see debt as a direct consequence in the primitive inscription process instead of making it and the inscriptions themselves into an indirect means of universal exchange. Is the family. I was born with alliances the extended groupings of that. They went through a lot more in depth of that. But it's Where i came from almost genetically a micro existence whereas alliance is the the rest that surrounds me. Maybe an awkward way to phrase it but alliance was more spatial. More vertically arranged i would say and and felions horizontally temporal. Oh yeah and that's interesting because when we talk about these alliances it's like you subscribe to a form of preset order. That has not yet changing not Doesn't pay attention to how it will generate so to speak and maybe took it more concrete. It reminds me when they say the socio is in script of mocking bodies like this Constant revolutions in controlling and Yeah how do how do we say. An enforce new ways of a restriction on people in the state for example in england when they introduced the postal system and every person Before that never had something like Number for the house or the there were no direct street names but they created in england in that time Ah very Complex system like today's maps of ob- streets with every street has its significant it's single name at every house has its specific number so you can Not only point to a person by their name but To the number in a specific system so they get Just represented in.

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"and" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

Habits and Hustle

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"and" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

"So sad. They eat emotional eating. They eat to relieve stress. They were you know. There's people in this country have a very unhealthy relationship with food. So you know. I think you one thing i don't think is that you can just biohacking yourself. I know you have a lot of those types of people on the show. But i really believe that you. There's a huge amount of data that needs to be considered an indoor for an individual level. So somebody can't just go do the test on themselves and try to figure out what's going to work for them. They really have to work with somebody. Who can factor in all the variables and because genetics is hard because just because you have a genetic variant doesn't mean you have the condition. There's a component of genetics called penetration. You know the penetration of genes. How clinically relevant. They really aren't and so we're not there yet in knowing everything about it so but the company that i work with you could definitely there actually canadian company neutrino next but you know finding a qualified healthcare practitioner to help you navigate that but there is the specialty of obesity medicine for people. That are really struggling. You know it may be something. I a lot of my patients who are pre diabetic or who have hashimoto's disease autoimmune diseases. There's different things that i can do to help them. So but i do think. A lot of people's challenges is just staying on a diet. Whatever diet you chose they can stay on it and when you do too extreme whatever extreme it is. It's much harder. Stay on long-term guests but first a few words from our sponsor so if you're looking to make an impact with your online content you need issue it is really the easiest way to make your creative ideas come to life and share everywhere you want to be seen. Issue is the all in one platform to create and distribute the most beautiful digital content for marketing materials to magazines to flip books and brochures and so much more issue also works seamlessly with the tools. You already use like canvas and dropbox and really. It's for anybody who wants their content to stand out from creators marketers designers and literally everybody in between when i found out about issue and downloaded it for the first time i was hooked. I've been using it for what three or four months already. And i haven't looked back since and i won't get started with issue today for free. Or if sign up for a premium account you will get fifty percents off to issue dot com slash podcast and use promo code habits. That's issue i. S s u u dot com slash podcast and use the promo code habits at checkout for your free account or fifty percent off your premium account. That's issue dot com slash. Podcast with your promo code habits and now to our next sponsor so i've tried every single mega three supplement brands on the market. And i have to tell you that. E we is the best one i ever had and do you know why because they have a secret and it's called. Algae did you know where fish even get their omega. Threes from its algae. Who knew. that's why there's no nasty fish burps with e we and it's good for everybody young or old because it helps you with your heart and your brain and your vision and just your wellness at an absorbs into your system better than anything else because of their patented formula that goes right into your bloodstream. It's it's amazing and it's also platt based so there's no excuses it's never too late or too early to start taking e we go to life dot com slash habits and use code habits to save thirty percent off your first purchase take advantage of this limited time offer today. That's e we life dot com. I w i l i s e dot com slash habits code habits for thirty percent off your first purchase. These statements have not been evaluated. By the food and drug administration. This product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease. Is it possible like you know how you when you're working out or you can you can plateau because you're doing the same exercises over and over and you're right it doesn't change can you also food plateau like if you're eating the same foods day in day out without any variety. Does your body get acclimated to that and therefore not really kind of shift or change. Well so i'm not. There's the short answer is first all you should have variety just to have a balanced nutritious depends on what you're eating healthy right yet. You know a couple of other doctors were. I think we're talking about this because if you eat something too much you end up having it. You're not you become allergic but you can. Your body can become. What does the word your doctor. I i. i'm not sure that that's actually been established scientific. So that's not. I mean that that happens in the same thing or they if you're trying to lose weight and you're doing that yes i do. Believe the body can become acclimated but and the thing that we ordered not. Just wait and i'm talking. They can plateau in the weight. But in general like you bought it becomes so acclimated to the same food. You're not giving it any variety. Is there any kind of downfall for that. Not that i'm aware of medically and frankly. Most people eat a pretty narrow range of foods at the end of the day. I know for me. I have almonds every day. I fame or whatever mc protein bar. Every morning for breakfast i have. I have a very narrow and and you know what honestly though what the research does show is. That having less choices is better. Because i read a study once you have over you make over two hundred food and beverage related decisions every single day if you're somebody that doesn't know a lot about or struggles with their weight. What are the odds that you're going to make the right decision over two hundred times you even people don't know as much as i do about. I've been doing this for twenty years. And i still make the best decisions i make. I bring up this point. Because i've been eating the same breakfast every single day for probably like twenty years and people give me a heart dot everyone but people give me a hard time about it. Because i'm so regimented great. I'm glad to hear it. Because i just don't want to think about it right. It literally not think about what a meeting for breakfast. Wanna have the same thing where my brain can focus on other things and not make those mistakes. I don't want like veer to to a pancake. Feel i know. I'm gonna feel i know. I know exactly how my blood sugar energy levels respond. If i go you know. It's amazing to me if i go out for brunch or something like that and change things up in the morning. It screws up my entire percent either. Same way it in you.

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"and" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

Habits and Hustle

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"and" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

"What's going to work for them. They really have to work with somebody. Who can factor in all the variables and because genetics is hard because just because you have a genetic variant doesn't mean you have the condition. There's a component of genetics called penetration. You know the penetration of genes. How clinically relevant. They really aren't and so we're not there yet in knowing everything about it so but the company that i work with you could definitely there actually canadian company neutrino next but you know finding a qualified healthcare practitioner to help you navigate that but there is the specialty of obesity medicine for people. That are really struggling. You know it may be something. I a lot of my patients who are pre diabetic or who have hashimoto's disease autoimmune diseases. There's different things that i can do to help them. So but i do think. A lot of people's challenges is just staying on a diet. Whatever diet you chose they can stay on it and when you do too extreme whatever extreme it is. It's much harder. Stay on long-term guests but first a few words from our sponsor so if you're looking to make an impact with your online content you need issue it is really the easiest way to make your creative ideas come to life and share everywhere you want to be seen. Issue is the all in one platform to create and distribute the most beautiful digital content for marketing materials to magazines to flip books and brochures and so much more issue also works seamlessly with the tools. You already use like canvas and dropbox and really. It's for anybody who wants their content to stand out from creators marketers designers and literally everybody in between when i found out about issue and downloaded it for the first time i was hooked. I've been using it for what three or four months already. And i haven't looked back since and i won't get started with issue today for free. Or if sign up for a premium account you will get fifty percents off to issue dot com slash podcast and use promo code habits. That's issue i. S s u u dot com slash podcast and use the promo code habits at checkout for your free account or fifty percent off your premium account. That's issue dot com slash. Podcast with your promo code habits and now to our next sponsor so i've tried every single mega three supplement brands on the market. And i have to tell you that. E we is the best one i ever had and do you know why because they have a secret and it's called. Algae did you know where fish even get their omega. Threes from its algae. Who knew. that's why there's no nasty fish burps with e we and it's good for everybody young or old because it helps you with your heart and your brain and your vision and just your wellness at an absorbs into your system better than anything else because of their patented formula that goes right into your bloodstream. It's it's amazing and it's also platt based so there's no excuses it's never too late or too early to start taking e we go to life dot com slash habits and use code habits to save thirty percent off your first purchase take advantage of this limited time offer today. That's e we life dot com. I w i l i s e dot com slash habits code habits for thirty percent off your first purchase. These statements have not been evaluated. By the food and drug administration. This product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease. Is it possible like you know how you when you're working out or you can you can plateau because you're doing the same exercises over and over and you're right it doesn't change can you also food plateau like if you're eating the same foods day in day out without any variety. Does your body get acclimated to that and therefore not really kind of shift or change. Well so i'm not. There's the short answer is first all you should have variety just to have a balanced nutritious depends on what you're eating healthy right yet. You know a couple of other doctors were. I think we're talking about this because if you eat something too much you end up having it. You're not you become allergic but you can. Your body can become. What does the word your doctor. I i. i'm not sure that that's actually been established scientific. So that's not. I mean that that happens in the same thing or they if you're trying to lose weight and you're doing that yes i do. Believe the body can become acclimated but and the thing that we ordered not. Just wait and i'm talking. They can plateau in the weight. But in general like you bought it becomes so acclimated to the same food. You're not giving it any variety. Is there any kind of downfall for that. Not that i'm aware of medically and frankly. Most people eat a pretty narrow range of foods at the end of the day. I know for me. I have almonds every day. I fame or whatever mc protein bar. Every morning for breakfast i have. I have a very narrow and and you know what honestly though what the research does show is. That having less choices is better. Because i read a study once you have over you make over two hundred food and beverage related decisions every single day if you're somebody that doesn't know a lot about or struggles with their weight. What are the odds that you're going to make the right decision over two hundred times you even people don't know as much as i do about. I've been doing this for twenty years. And i still make the best decisions i make. I bring up this point. Because i've been eating the same breakfast every single day for probably like twenty years and people give me a heart dot everyone but people give me a hard time about it. Because i'm so regimented great. I'm glad to hear it. Because i just don't want to think about it right. It literally not think about what a meeting for breakfast. Wanna have the same thing where my brain can focus on other things and not make those mistakes. I don't want like veer to to a pancake. Feel i know. I'm gonna feel i know. I know exactly how my blood sugar energy levels respond. If i go you know. It's amazing to me if i go out for brunch or something like that and change things up in the morning. It screws up my entire percent either. Same way it in you.

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"and" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"and" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

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"and" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

Quirks and Quarks

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"and" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

"I'm add host of ideas in this age of click bait and shouting ideas is a meeting ground for people who want to deepen their understanding of the world. Join me as we crack. Open a concept to see how it plays out over place time and how. It matters today from the rise of authoritarianism to the history of cult movies. No idea is off. Limits ideas is on the cbc listening. Or wherever. You find your podcasts. This is a. cbc podcast. Eightfold all tale dark-haired inherited cracks cracks. Hi i'm bob mcdonald on this week. Show sharks have swamped the seas. Four hundred and fifty million years so scientists were shocked to discover. They nearly went extinct only nineteen million years ago. We certainly weren't expecting to find this dramatic ninety percent decline in shark abundance and diversity. Coffee may keep you awake. But it's not keeping you functional. Those stay awake all night committed significantly more errors on this task and caffeine stood essentially nothing to remediate that also engineers studied the remarkable properties of the elephants trump. they're able to section of about a hundred and fifty meters per second. It's like twenty to thirty times. This speed of a sneeze plus.

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"and" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

Habits and Hustle

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"and" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

"You know that so now. You can take someone's obese. Yeah have them build muscle and you see a great protective effect in terms of insulin. So that's probably why resistance training had such a beneficial effect on the brain is because it's building muscle and so the person can remember muscles stores. James could burn up sugar. It's also insulin sensitive. So your body's can utilize it insulin. A little bit better. Yeah and so. It's just an amazing protective mechanism. Is it better than walking because everyone says walking is the number one exercise. So here's why. I like walking right. I like walking because it's easy. Inaccurate injected into everyday life could do it right so for example if if a client says hey. I want to be more active. I've never worked out before. I hate exercise. What's a great way to become active. I'll say okay. Why don't we attach activity to your normal daily routine so you eat breakfast lunch and dinner and they'll say yes. Okay because i want you to ten minute walk after breakfast lunch and dinner at thirty minutes a day in its attached to something that they already do and it just keeps consistent. It's easy. I don't have to change into workout clothes. Get on equipment. I can go do it so watching straight for that but if you compare it head to head to structured resistance training it pales in. Comparison doesn't even come close. It doesn't matter what parameters us. What whether it's fat loss joint mobility. Did you know that resistance. Training is a phenomenal way to improve flexibility. This is myth around resistance. Right makes you tie. As i say i never heard that before because look at the size of you would never think that you are very flexible. Okay so let me expire you up. Let me explain. Let me explain. So you have flexibility which is range of motion at regime. That's just like how far can i take my foot to my head mass. Then you have. What's called functional flexibility. Which means i have this range of motion. But do i have strength and control within that range so to give you an example like a squad right but let me. I'll give you an example. I have a baby. We have a five and a half month old at home right. He's very flexible. I could take his legs and put up his head. He can do the splits but unstable if i put load on them or how to try to do something positions. He probably dislocate one of his joy. In fact hypermobility. Some people have that..

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"and" Discussed on The Mental Health and Wealth Show

The Mental Health and Wealth Show

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"and" Discussed on The Mental Health and Wealth Show

"And i want you to really honor yourself and what your needs are and make feeling good fulltime job. I know you think you have a full-time job. Is your career. But really your job is to be a human. Your job human should be to feel good as much as possible because we know life is hard we know life is not always going to be you know rainbows and sunshine definitely not so when you are feeling good enjoy that and when you're not feeling good how can you try to reset the balance point and get back to the feeling good right so i really want you to start thinking about feeling good as your job. That is your job as a human being is to feel good about yourself is to continue to heal from everything that has happened to you and that is your own personal journey. I don't want you to compare yourself to anybody else because we're all in different mental health and wealth journeys. I know as you can see from all of the podcast interviews. We've had on the show. I've had people you know who have declared. Bankruptcy have been deep in debt and people who are very wealthy and financially independent and all of them are dealing with so many different issues. And i think it's important to acknowledge that nobody comes out of life unscathed so anybody that you're admiring right now thinking. I wish i had their life like they have this out of the other. They're dealing with some other stuff that you probably don't want. Just everyone has their different pile of craft were dealing with so just acknowledged that and i hope you have enjoyed the show. I really appreciate all of my listeners. And if you want to help celebrate the mental health and wealth show as well as celebrate the mental health and wealth summit with me for this mental health awareness month. I would really love it if you could. Subscribe an review my podcast. That will help me reach more people and get this message out..

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"and" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son

The Sportscaster and Her Son

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"and" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son

"There could be worse. Gosh it's a great honor. I mean i've worked with. So many other people from harry and and hawk and bob costas and you know got an almost every other person that's in there that you know in our basic demographic so i look at it as a huge honor and kind of a log. Everything in some respects but Yeah it's certainly.

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"and" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"and" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"People everybody from real estate construction lawyers bankers. We have a ton of different. New members is not kind of what it used to be. I think that's An age old idea. That only petroleum-based people. I wish there were more oil and gas people like yourself there. You should be there. That's what i was gonna say. I mean i. I've been there a few times in a feels like a lot of them are lawyers of bankers people that i'm just like you know people i've dealt with like every time we go in the petroleum club you got us a highlight twenty people you to your table but it's It's i've never seen enough oil and gas guys there which it sounds like you james. Try it that's awesome man. Yeah and so. That's what i saw that as a problem but something that i wanted to change i think being a part of a member or member of a club just like you are that he's houston Puts you around different types of people and the club itself is downtown. Which can be a problem for some downtown houston like island or people downtown. People that live near downtown. I mean it's a steel when it comes to price and once you get the bar is what most people like seeing smoke. Cigars in their Not only that. The reciprocal memberships so the memberships. You have with other clubs especially when you travel. It's probably my favorite as well as just my favorite place to work your set up at the bar. You can work all day. Most of my meetings. I host the petroleum club. So it's easier for me. As entrepreneurial gas to sit there have coffee. Have some cocktails have lunged at bar do my emails phone calls and then i can how. That's how office how much it costs which we used to have my partner used have Office downtown and it's expensive. If you don't know it is so just working out. Trillion club just makes perfect sense. So i guess how does how has the petroleum club been affected by. Cova did in the past. Let's say you know year and a half now and you know i. I assume you know the oil and gas industry in general were kind of the. I don't wanna call us for a little bit calls. Ignorant to the fact that kids around because But in general how is it affected business. How are people still coming in or is it kind of back to normal now or is it. You know. I'll say this everything's an opportunity. That's how i see everything i think. Leadership trump club sees that as well. And that's all we've been able to capitalize on covenant Turn into a good thing Of course you know membership people drop a lot. Would we have one hundred and sixty thousand house in the greater houston area for oil and gas..

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"and" Discussed on Bald and Blonde

Bald and Blonde

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"and" Discussed on Bald and Blonde

"And how to create what you desire to chief predictable results and create a content life wherever you are and tear your host kathy tate and daisy pop and hello everybody and welcome to another episode of bold and blunt mindset evolution. I'm your host from dan on that. Cassie tight to bode warrior and wish me as a wise is at hurst from florida ks. Hi daisy hi. Cathy of my different and podcast partner. It's so good to see you. Good to hear you and i'm so excited to record another episode and i'm sitting on pins and needles so often when we record because you're going to throw topic at me and that's okay i am daisy and i've got to g c one for six quake. Oh juicy juicy. Yes very interesting especially for me. Because i've spent most of my life trying to figure out how men work and haven't answer. I talk about it. Let's talk about the differences between men and women and the brian spang wide. Different behaviors been quite different. Well i would not even say that. This is juicy. I would say this is huge. I think this is quite a challenge to fit into one episode. I do believe this is a one week workshop boot camp somewhere but i will do my best and well okay fine so you were trying to figure out how men work. So what were you interested in about. Or what did you ask yourself as a single lady is. I think going into dating armed with as much information as possible is a smart move out. Okay well before you start getting into the dating or into that scene of dating. I highly suggest but you already did that but really get familiar with the formula for finding true love because that really prevents from heartaches and headaches and stomach pain and oh i can't take it anymore. I can't stomach it. Physically biologically truly so that is one thing but then knowing more about the other gender i think is a very smart thing to inquire because the more we know the easier it becomes to maybe build bridges. But let me tell you something that might shock you. Men and women actually are incompatible down. Now i shocked you. I knew it. She's got me speechless. I can't say i'm shocked because suit will explain a lot. I think that there are things that we can learn to enable a better compatibility that rush yes men and women are little bit like if p c and two macintosh. They're just not compatible but they've means also that we consciously can build connection which is not easy. I'm not saying it's easy. I'm saying it's worthwhile and when we can see that there are aspects of. Pc can do much better than a mac. And then there are other aspects that men do better. And let's say the two would appreciate one another's aspects and maybe we could then start realizing that we perceive reality differently than it becomes possible to exchange how we perceive the world and share these perceptions and then we can build bridges so understanding can.

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"and" Discussed on Changes Big and Small

Changes Big and Small

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"and" Discussed on Changes Big and Small

"On this episode of changes big and small we interview a woman who wears cultures and countries like most people wear pants From her earliest gave the horribly fabulous tropical paradise of safe lucia to the warm embrace of the frigid cold of canada. Damian president has lived a life less ordinary that has taken her across the world and back again but has she finished hatching into a beautiful butterfly. Or does she remain metamorphosing her chrysalis. There's only one way to find out. I keeping those buds glued into your ear holes. Let's do this today. Changes big and small is changing it up. It has a guest host. Who is it. it's me. It's roya it's ryan from episode. I don. I need to look it up. What episode was ride in. You know i. I listen to changes big and small every week. But i wasn't a violent. I only listen to my episode or number game. yes over and over again what basis. I don't remember anyway. I've been paid by damian a truckload of money for the ultimate vanity project. Anything also ryan had this great idea that in the hot seat and experience what it's like from the other side and i graciously accepted his offer to be the hoax today. Okay well let's get cracking damian.

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