18 Burst results for "Acuff"

"acuff" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:31 min | 9 months ago

"acuff" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"It's strong you've always been tough you've always been strong did you take heed with an answer what embarrassed to say that I did not you did not why not but but George this is a this is a thank I also had a radio that did not work you wouldn't believe the song that came on I'd never heard it before in my life I am a great country and the song that came on was Daddy's hands there you go this is what I have given you a message he works in strange ways Cheryl absolutely that's that happens to a lot of people that you think George that songs come on or music or the lyrics that that have a meaning and they come on and as as if such opportune times never thought about you're thinking of somebody and they call you all the time yeah all the time and as you said in your earlier peace with Janice as I say there are no coincidences no coincidences and things happen for a reason absolutely I came in once and this is sometime after my father passed away and he was a musician he paid they played with Roy Acuff back in those days and.

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Caring For Aging Parents

The Chalene Show

12:18 min | 10 months ago

Caring For Aging Parents

"It hits home hard to what should parents get older it. Obviously I'm going to be there for him but this been really hard on me to watch my mom not being my mom anymore. I felt like I love telling her what to do. Because I am a mom you need to call the doctor. If you're falling all in all the time maybe we need to get you new blood pressure medicine. You know. It's like I have to like make her do it right there real hard to watch but usually I don't think you know how how much no matter what of going through in life it's like you know in there so it's amazing. It feels like your morning morning morning someone constantly who still living. And that's a really bizarre feeling and nobody wants to talk about it because everybody I feel like has the idea that is. He's just a natural progression of aging. And that's not true. We've talked about how one of the strangest weirdest muscle uncomfortable things. Is That Your Dad's personality has changed a lot and also who he was. The role played in the family. So can can you share with people. I don't know your thoughts on that. Like how it makes you feel. Maybe the dynamic change change its had on your family. Yeah I think it's started probably five or six years ago and it's hard but I don't think it's at the point yet where it's like sad sad about. I mean I still see him and I guess they're still glimpses of of of how he used to be. I guess we take each stage at a time. So far it's been manageable. I think I think you're right. I've been sad sometimes when I I know we're all in a room together as when it happens for me is when we're all together and he's usually been the person that is teasing the most host. The most witty has insane. One liners makes everybody laugh. Says things that like you're like did he. Just say that you kind of almost almost like you know never politically correct and I guess so. I've already kind of got over the fact that I'm never gonNA hear those again. But that's probably the saddest part is when we're all together as a family and I don't see him being like the person that stands up first to say something or our lead the conversation so in some ways. Do you feel like you've had to start like grieving. I mean like because frankly if I'm just he's going to be honest. You're better this week than you've ever been like. It has been really really hard up until this week. Even though things haven't gotten better his situation hasn't changed. No part of the situation has changed but you seem a lot better and I think you probably already know how humid Oughta I like ten days ten days ago. You said this feels like a mountain. I will never. It's just a mountain that will never end we'll just keep climbing and climbing climbing it feels insurmountable surmountable and today in the last five days. You've seemed much more like taking it in stride. I will agree with you and and I think anybody. That's listening to this right now. And if heard you and I talk on podcast before the importance of getting professional help in seeing uh You know sitting down with somebody that's trained in has gone through this stuff in in hurt other people and so I you know I told you like three weeks leaks go go. I'M GONNA go see a name. Dr I gotta go see somebody and do CPR therapy a therapist and this week it was just kind of like a little bit more of a breaking breaking point. And you're like I just really think the you need to do that like you kind of just. I were already threw it out there that I wanted to do it. And you just kind of like remind me like hey you said you were going. Go through this. You should go to this in just one hour session really kind of kind of grounded me now. I've done a lot of. AMD are therapy so that helps. Yeah because I knew like what might trigger was and I knew where I needed to go. Would you be willing. And maybe personally don't have to but usually when you go into therapy happy you have a cognition or like a belief the thought is going through your head. Would you be willing to share with us. What that was? Maybe how it's changed just since that one session. Yeah it was helplessness. Yeah because it was a situation where I felt like hopeless helpless like I can't do anything about it and I usually like to try to fix things and Dan so that was one of my major problems issues anyway so it was just tapping back into that and figuring out that like I'm not hopeless. I'm not helpless and I can only do as much as I can and I gotTa let God take over the rest and it was the first time ever in in doing md.. Art Therapy. That when I went there like you know where you you go back and forth with your eye movement or you go back and forth with sound if you guys has ever done. MDR was the first time that at the end. When I got my feelings all the way down to a zero that it was like God came into my thoughts to let him Kinda just take over and just really like he was there you know I had broken Sierra in their times I had you and their at times? I had add childhood in there at times. I have my parents in their at times. Robin there my brother in there at times but then the ending of it was like just like I gotta just surrender this to God and let him just kind of navigate us through this thing. That's so cool all right. Let's hear from a few more of our lifers. My my father passed away a year ago of dementia. He was ninety five. My mother is ninety and they live three doors down from my husband and I. They've had almost round the clock care in home caregivers for the past two years and I am one of threes these children and my two brothers but I'm primary caregiver with regard to their finances and that type stuff arranging caregivers. I am responsible for paying them. I feel like I'm running. Small business outside of their home. It's very very difficult to juggle everything. I'm very active in our community. Have a career that my commutes an hour a day. I have a husband three children go. Oh children five grandchildren. I am always feeling constant guilt. It does not matter. If I'm there I feel like I should be you somewhere else with my kids with my husband with you know work with if I'm away I feel like I should be with her. It weighs on me and she wants is to be with my dad so bad. She misses him. They were married for sixty seven years. And it's heartbreaking but it's very very difficult at the point now. Wow where. She's almost needing fulltime in home. Care because I promise stir and we all said she's going to stay at home. We're not going to do away a home you know and so we're GONNA do everything we can to keep her in her home. But it's not easy and I feel like every conversation precision. I have with my friends that's all. It's centered around and I walk away very upset that I brought it up again but I just feel like I need support. I need to be hurt. My grandmother really just required full-time care. And in that process my mother ended up selling her home home. She sold almost everything that she had made a home with over the last thirty years and moved in with with my grandmother to be her full-time care and in that process it change not only our relationship the dynamic of my siblings in my whole family. Emily everything changed. I know that it's very difficult on the children of aging parents. But it's also difficult on the grandchildren and and watching your parent sacrifice their whole life. Which is what I have done and I understand that it is her the mother? But I'm also watching my mother. Give up those years of her life that should be for her and and it's really a challenge. This is an interesting like I think about my uncle. Gary who's been taking care of my grandma for so many years and taking care of her like in person listen right and then my mom and US you know we've helped from a financial standpoint but we're so far away I mean and that's like a whole conversation to like there's there's been times where rightfully so he's been very angry and other members of the family because he's there twenty four seven right. He like he took that on. He really has sacrificed. Acuff is so much in his life to take care of my grandma and then he has siblings who some have done some things and some have done. No things like nothing really early and he's gotten very angry very resentful any sacrifice so much of his life and I'm not saying that's right or wrong in fact I don't know what the right answer is. Here's one thing to say is that you can't think is ever going to be fair like you're super lucky right now that you and your brother are completely on the same aim page but from all the people who've left these amazing messages that's not the case. Almost just a you know just so you know. You're not alone of the messages as we received. I didn't get any where it's like. Oh the whole families on the same page. There's always one person who ends up being like the person who's doing all the organizing all the scheduling. There's one person who tends to be there in person. There's one person who tends to be more financially responsible. Sometimes at one person does all of those things and their siblings are doing no things so I think that's a whole nother conversation we could have. This could probably be ten part series. But what are your thoughts on. I have mine. What are your your thoughts on the guilt and the feeling that some people have that okay? I set my whole life aside. Because it's it's my obligation to care for my parents in such a way that it like takes over the life I was living. We had this conversation and I think I know for myself that if I was in my dad's situation that I wouldn't want brock in Sierra to feel like they were obligated obliterated to do a massive amount nor do I've already told you is like you know once I get to a certain stage on you know or whatever you I don't expect you to take care of me and I think that in my circumstance right now is I know for Thaqt that my dad doesn't want Robin I and you and the family to take on this burden you you know and I don't want to call it a burden right now but it's to take on this responsibility of taking care of them 'cause like right now he still has is enough cognition to like you know like. He looked at me the other day when we went to the doctor. He's like we're paying for this so like he already knows like. There's extra extra I don't want you to pay for it. Yes yes you know. So he knows enough to where like okay. This doesn't need to be a financial thing for Britain. Selene Lien or Robin Dana. Or that's my brother and sister-in-law and so I know that he wouldn't want that so I think I'm okay with whatever we can do to provide him help in a better life and just opportunities and we're already doing it you know. We were reading the books. And we're listening to podcasts castle. Were doing the research and we're going to doctors and we're trying the best we can and I think that's I think for anybody that's what you gotta do. You gotta like do the best you can. Yeah

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"acuff" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

Chicks in the Office

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"acuff" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

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"acuff" Discussed on The MMA Beat

The MMA Beat

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"acuff" Discussed on The MMA Beat

"It's there is up. See we can we can we can show off as we said under is as well. Cost. It'd be obviously won't be happening for for quite some time. Still looking into That's why? why. Crazy yet. Listen, real that one for the moment. I think checking his bushes for Jeff Novitsky. Really why not like having GAAS Lhamo? They're like cavern wants to back. I know it's gonna be a while before he's backing there. But you know, these are fights that makes sense on. I think Jack is going to be game for this three or four that really interesting. Well, lamb. Greg hardy is in the UFC. He got his first UFC win. Am and for the first time low foam agreeing with Dana white hair. And I think that we should we should look at this different way. Right. Okay. Well, I can say for the record smelly Acuff looked like he didn't belong in there. If you can make Greg righty, look like he's in the gone looks. Like he belongs in the UFC. You probably shouldn't be in the OC. Yeah. I understand that. But I think you have to if you look at the phone mantles on the basics how much there was an improvement from Greg hardy here. Really note this because I was just looking at a job. But but he did he closed off the angle to strike crisp sharp. He didn't drop us huge. He is massive. I'm on it. So weird does. Oh, there's no body is just in cra-. Like, I mean, he's he's incredible athletes. When he when he obviously got him to the deck. He didn't just Lachaise. He was very tall for him. What he was down learning the shots. He actually stopped once or twice reposition is Hans and Dan landed. So I think you have to give you. To Greg hardy or knows opponent wasn't up to much at all. But as they say, it's not his fault. Smelly Taty turned in the fight. Apparently in the prefight talk. And so you can only beat what's put in front of you so fair if you watch the fight back again, Greg hardy, a lot of things very positive because everyone shot in them, and you know, from his first performance, which he looked put way way like aren't on about one hundred times better. I taught in terms of technique the most winning opponent smelly Acuff has ever beaten was in his debut six and one okay? Then he beat known to go. Then he ban known one guy, then he wanted to go then go any ban on one then he'd better one on one guy, and then he into going. Moan all he wants. He's doing he's the one. He's watching them with these guys. So listen, so you wanna be a fucking fighter. Greg hardy. Your. It's just almost honors the hell Tony from from Dana and the USC. So I'm hats off the brag hardy in this well on Greg. Okay. So where? Yes, so that was obviously a loss for Roche after the big the main event win we we also had a lab on the card who started. So well, we have a five start put. He did not have am that continued presence at the forty got some in the second round over to share every time. I think somebody's about to get a changing of the guards win against Glover. He does that. And look as soon as he got on the goes like this. Over there of invincibility is gone. Sort of even the air of contender ship. It's what is he, you know, he's a very good for this too. Many guys like not division the reading very good for it. Or is there just literally gatekeepers top five six on? They're never gonna win a world title. Sorry. There's Jones and Carney. That's it. That's it. And don't forget a friend from Santi. Oh, Johnny Walker. Of course. Yes. Yes. Indeed. A maybe Alexander wreckage. Euro by veteran ACA splash there later on it. Yeah. Definitely. Sorry, we missed Perry and Olivera what a great. And when we spoke about the Darren the are split decision. No, it was a unanimous. It wasn't dating. The split decision. Was Carson Hagen which is very entertaining..

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"acuff" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

This Is Why You're Single

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"acuff" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

"So I started doing that in Texas, like in two thousand four, two thousand five when it was a legal to sell sex toys in Texas. So that was kind of crazy. And that was my intro into like, wow, sexual field. I might wanna study Acuff because this is crazy in the twenty first century. These things are legal someone for my company got arrested while I was working, my mom thought it would be arrested. She called me crying saying, don't want you to be in jail, like think of your future. It was very dramatic, the that was one thing we found fascinating your book that like the pre sexual revolution, sex toys were actually a legal, but I didn't realize that they were legal up until early two thousands as well. Why? Why? And has changed. Yeah, they're places where they're still legal. Yes, so Alabama still legal there. And then up until a few months ago and sandy springs, Georgia, they were legal. And the reason why I think so it has changed, but we still the fact in two thousand eighteen are illegal anywhere in the US is nuts and Europe. Things were crazy by in Europe. I mean like Germans. The Berlin for awhile. But why think there's I'm sure Germany. The only ones who think Americans are right now. I'm sure a lot of countries do, but why think they're still legal in the US is because they're about getting women off. And I still think we had this weird thing about female sexuality and female, sexual pleasure like Viagra has not only been legal forever. Never been illegal, but it's also big covered by insurance. It's had Bob Dole as spokesperson. So very acceptable, male, sexual pleasure is very sexual, very acceptable in our culture, but female is is not I, we have a sponsor Adam and eve. They sponsor our show and sell sex toys. I've never even asked them like, can you not buy them in certain places? Like I wonder if they can't, because it's a legal, I thought it was interesting. You said when you were selling them and they were illegal in Texas, you had like a line that you had to say right. But it was for like research purposes or something. Right. What was it? Exactly. Yeah. Well, I had to say one place. I say it was for educational or research purposes, and then the other place I'd say it was for massaging those sore spots on your body or the man in the boat, which was, are you familiar for clitoris? Yep. We've learned that we had. We played a game called slang for clitoris where we, we learned many, and I think is man on the boat. The slain is also a movie might be possible. So how far back do sex toys date?.

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"acuff" Discussed on The Fundamentalists

The Fundamentalists

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"acuff" Discussed on The Fundamentalists

"That's the horror genre in many ways in many ways a horror genre is to expose the unbearable absurdness of reality with getting too much of the consolations of of art come on there's something acuff article i thought but i do think that good indie movies day they do to she ecocide of complacency docs why i actually find them really hard to watch because with book science joy the but we are with film i do won't appear in killer so a suicide for me to to you know some like paul movie but whenever i'm going to go and see lower smartphone tree or movie or something or call sqi i'm like okay this is gonna expose to me something really difficult boy my life yeah new they're gonna they're gonna end with some something quite beautiful like a civil mission some way of like firming up like oh i'm going to have through to emotional journey and sometimes she just do wanna do that i remember when i was in high school i think i was in high school and the passion of the christ came out and i remember like before i went in there it was me and i guess girlfriend at the time we were very christian and vary in that world and you know everything that was being said about that movie was that it was just this like incredibly emotional very difficult to watch a gut wrenching depiction of the crucifixion and so when we went to see it you know it's like a pack theater because the thing was just blowing up and and we we brought tissues because we're like we're gonna cry at jesus you know for sure and and i remember not being moved in like the slightest but but like trying to me and like wanting this movie to like give me that like you know really harsh cathartic thing and maybe it's just the fact that i was so young and i couldn't like appreciate it and maybe it was the film itself i don't really remember.

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"acuff" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"acuff" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Third one would be on you hampshire and i'll tell you about that in the thick into it will halt now got about hormone as well so let's let's take over but what happening pacifists we we basically wanted to see what is going on why would more people in texas be interested in cryptocurrencies and we realized that back in 2014 um acuff was the first state to relief an official position on bitcoin the with this memorandum it's one of who seven and basically said that money transmitters is required any longer to so bitcoin and the interesting thing is only a few months ago um we saw that the very first house was sold in this corner was in texas in off wow interesting july what is it about so you think he is a political environment makes bitcoin getaway season tigers basically and i guess similarly in the data whereas in other poisons governmentally looks like it could be will hashtag exactly supporting any work for example which is the thirty eight states interest uh we saw a new instruments because he can see a special licence to whole cryptocurrency uh that happened um also in 2015 and now many companies um stopped using or um supporting bitcoin law entry so interesting so you mentioned otherwise out their own now we are about to two minutes plus less forgivable panoramic overview goes in odyssey minivan capital poking future xiao who elaborate but go ahead okay so i'll tell you just above one more scheme which is how why one of my favorite state uh but not for these three then uh so how why was the the basically um the state for the least interesting cryptocurrency i mean almost no people were looking at crooks occurrences bitcoin quota but others well almost no portfolio use of bitcoin from hawaii at all and we were really curious to see what's going on and then we realise officer researching this coin base of bitcoin in a theory an exchange of very popular wander epas very popular to buy and sell be twenty days they see supporting all customers in a wise do something today called impractical wriggle over three policies so basically how why screening much out of.

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"acuff" Discussed on 23 Shots of JD

23 Shots of JD

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"acuff" Discussed on 23 Shots of JD

"Zenda and use acuff on all the talk are apparently is really good looking the other partners and it's pretty well established will salvage but yeah that's what i'm wondering not tall guy actually just quickly yes i how does a guy like zakia phone die his like it must be so was a ties in the tom cruise line as well tom cruise tom cruise with our battle not twat i meant date as in light swiftly so craving not like all you meal you added celebrity no yeah like sali you'll be harassed that has been in like at least this girl or relatively this girls bedroom at some point ali took about just like the could it is high yeah gathia as he what you mean what are you know i'm not a i would never be so so you are prejudiced towards someone probably told on may yeah it was give back to the vasco these and and other vital i just wanna add this elaborated i think it's like when you celebrity you have to be delay the dating celebrity paypal or people on that level in that industry i nervous economy kombi like that's why you see like everyone dates another celebi like day franco's mats allison brie on the hell of them turn out there has to be a celebrities b r to wanna have you face possible over the world and have a have a certain level of kind of yes we quite into selvik and it and it is positive deal india can create that so he got through real nazis the people were among the how that works that is sure well it's not damon's wife in a civil here so it pal he's like a ruling oscar as fat insults only specialists pretty good investment than us like in our ban.

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"acuff" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"acuff" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"First state van these type of texas what's interesting you can get sick of heroin the we do things so because we also see similar things that are happening in other states that his taxes and then the third one would be on you hampshire and i'll tell you about that in the thick into well we got about four minutes less so listless keep movie who what happening practice we we basically wanted to see what is going on why would more people in texas be interested in cryptocurrencies and we realized that back in 2014 um acuff was the first state relief in an official position on bitcoin uh the with this memorandum it's one of whose seven and basically says with no money transmitters is required any longer to sell bitcoin and the interesting thing is only a few months ago um we saw that the very first house at was sold in this corner wasn't texas in often wow interesting july what is it about so you think is a hulu environment makes big coining getaway practice basically and and i guess similarly in the data whereas other poisons governmentally looks like he could be more how show exactly support in any work for example which is the thirty eight states by interest uh we saw at new incidents because the issue a special licence to hold cryptocurrencies uh that happened um also in 2015 and now many companies um stopped using or um supporting bitcoin law entry so interesting so you mentioned his otherwise out their own now we are about to attend us plus less plenty of his a panoramic overview goes and obviously going digital future show who elaborate but go ahead okay so i'll tell you just above one more stage which is how why one of my favorite state uh but not for these three reason uh so how why was the the basically um the staple the least interesting cryptocurrency i mean almost no people were looking at cryptocurrencies bitcoin quota but who's well almost no portfolio use of bitcoin from hawaii at all and we were really curious to see what's going on then we realise officer researching this coin base of bitcoin going if they're in exchange.

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"acuff" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"acuff" Discussed on The Art of Charm

"Editor thinker for that matter that's all at the art of charm dot com slash challenge or text a o c to the number three eight four seven zero this episode of ales he was produced by jason to filipo jason sanderson is our audio engineer and editor shown notes on the website those are by robber fogarty theme music by little people transcriptions by transcription outsourcing dot net i'm your host jordan harbinger if you can think of anyone who might benefit from the episode you've just heard and i know you can please pay a of sea and myself for that matter the highest compliment and paid forward by sharing this episode with that person come on it only takes a minutes not even minute a moment even and great ideas are meant to be shared so share the show with your friends and your enemies stay charming and leave everything in every one better than he found them but everybody i wanna tell you about a whole areas new scripted podcast from panoply called dexter gulf is smarter than you on the surface the show as a bang on satire of selfhelp podcast hosted by a fictional character named dexter gulf in each episode the selfprofessed thought leader talks about absurd topics like wine meditation is useless and had a nap at work and not get caught all under the guise of trying to improve the listeners life but the show is much more than just a parody it also tells a story over the course of ten episodes we really get to know dexter gulf and sympathize with him when his own life begins to unravel this is probably closer to reality than any of us in this industry would like to thank but if you like the subversive nature stephen colbert on the kobe report this show will likely strike a chord with the new episodes come out every thursday you can sub on apple podcast or wherever you want him to paraphrase decks won't you put your ears on his mouth.

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"acuff" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"acuff" Discussed on The Art of Charm

"People hand me the books in britain i got a tshirt the other night from somebody who is like i made a teacher company because i learn how to finish like this is my first product thanks for doing that i loved that that so it's fun finishers make things easier and they make things simpler that was something that i took away from the book in eu hammer that on pretty well this is an important concept because we tend to throw obstacles and hurdles and our way as we mentioned before and sometimes their time bay's doors sometimes their task based but there are always going to be something that will thrown away whether it's an if then or whether it's a turning a garage cleaning into a thirteen step projects and we have to figure out how to be honest with ourselves in the book does a really good example the booked is really good job of being more honest with ourselves a lot of us especially as entrepreneurs and things like that were it's almost like we're trying to be miserable so that we feel like we're working harder sticking with things we hate because it's part of this plan one concept that would love to hear more about is the idea that perfectionism hates data this is kind of the perfectionism kryptonite data measurement it's amazing and the reason it hates it is that it's realistic and we're off untold like dream beyond bigger than you reality or like sometimes you got to jump off a cliff and grow your wings on the way down my debts never how gravity works with data you know there's a couple of different examples but i like to say data kills denial which prevents disaster so for instance i launch something recently than i thought it's gonna be huge like we lost should the ten thousand people i'll get x percent sales so few people bought it on the first day and fortunately my business partner said hey remember we always have a small percent on the first day the last days really where we close strong and if he hadn't had that data i would have been disappointed from the results data's not emotional data's your friend data just wants you to make the best decision like i counted calories for a month and i was shocked the difference where like i'd go to a steak restaurant i'd say cav horse.

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"acuff" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"acuff" Discussed on The Art of Charm

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"acuff" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"acuff" Discussed on The Art of Charm

"Brian regan the comedian talked about the microwave instructions on poptarts like if you can't wait for a poptarts to pop out of the toaster because the micro instructions elect mike wave on high for three seconds like whose breakfast like again of a fivesecond food needs three seconds already have two seconds going somewhere else but it sounds so tempting to get the info in the never go on vacation never did the challenge we'll be right back with more from johnny cuffed after these quickness this episode is sponsored in part by light lock i know a lot of people are old life look i heard on john oliver that they worked secretly for echo faxes now works agay look credit bureaus these guys these schmuck zulus your information all the time they have this sort of barebones service were they offer to protect you as a consumer but that's not their main business their main business is selling your information to companies so that they can check your credit worthiness and that's the problem lifelock is the other way around their job their business goal is to protect the consumer and a lot of people go but the ceo had his identity stolen yes the reason he had that happened thirteen times because he put his social security number up on the billboards lifelock's not going to prevent your identity from getting stolen all the time from criminals it what it will do is it will notify you so that you can take action right away whereas all these other credit bureaus are just going to go yeah i don't know man i should probably do something.

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"acuff" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"acuff" Discussed on The Art of Charm

"It was like you have wished it than here you will receive it like oh man i wish i could tell the port you into a conversation i had with this guy who was in this book the secret and when i was like what about kids get cancer he was talking about how people who get bad things happening to them have done something somewhere and i'm like okay so eight with leukemia go and he was like i'll manga reseal later accolade are like car crash like you know it's punishing me so the book the the metaphor uses the cuckoo bird doesn't build its own national it's going to have a baby it hides its egg and another birdsnests and then the first thing it's egg does is hatch first and kill all the other eggs send a mother bird dis feeding this gigantic species like if your listeners go on to google on say kuku parasitic bird that google images are crazy i say how does the mom not recognize the lie in the nest and it's the same way that you and i if we have a secret rule don't recognize that there's a lie in our head a friend the other day it let's talk about the money when he said john that ceo mix twenty million dollars a year how do you think sleeps at night i don't want to say probably on hungarian down pillows and pretty well like probably after eating some peeled grapes like but in his mind five million was okay ten million now you're greedy he had this weird never spoken never verbalize like system and so a lot of times goal books treat you like a robot they go jordan if you do these four things in this order you will have more productivity and they forget that like jordan grew up with a dad that was working on stuff and jordan were with a mom that wasn't perfect and we you know at a teacher you had a.

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"acuff" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"acuff" Discussed on The Art of Charm

"To help make your week that much more powerful said on skip those check those out as well thanks for listening in supporting the art of charm and now back to jordan and john this is interesting because i see some of this in my life in some areas and not in others so it's perfectionism doesn't necessarily have to infect every area of your life do you find that it infects certain areas of her life more because there are plenty of people who are doing the perfectionism thing with their podcast but they have no problem being an awesome athlete in running in triathlons or running a business what's going on there i would say for me like my parenting i don't try to be perfect 'cause i know it's just frigate impossible a much more the type of guy like i'll tell my kids these are the ten things you're going to talk to a therapist about some day so let me save you a lot of sessions bike here 10 specific things i just blew and i'm sorry but like that happen so like i don't try to be a perfect parent i recognize that like i'm constantly growing as a husband so like the idea that will be a perfect felt like that ship assailed as well but then other things like writing or public speaking i might fall into that but part of it is like what's your motivated by what kind a rules you bring to it there's a lot of people that have these kind of secret rules some would say limiting beliefs as another phrase that they bring to a certain topic like money like you and i both know a lot of entrepreneurs that struggle with a fear of success and they get ashamed when they get successful and you go the whole goal is success and like twenty years ago mom said to them people who are rich must have cheated to get there and so now in their head they have this thing that like only cheaters win and they selfsabotage right when they're starting to go well like it drives me nuts okay let's talk about secret rules i found this in the book to be quite fascinating there's a friend of.

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"acuff" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"acuff" Discussed on The Art of Charm

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"acuff" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"acuff" Discussed on The Art of Charm

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"acuff" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"acuff" Discussed on The Art of Charm

"Nerds and entrepreneurs but it seems like people who do really well in the life generally also have a lot of unfinished steffan you hear about it all the time it's a element of jayme everybody's got that skeleton everybody's got pia ninety exercise i like to call it p four acts because that's about how long i lasted begs zacklin until you get yoga and then like in the nineties everybody at both flex and they're like i'm gonna get ripped with this thing has got like limbs and like boesen now you use it to dry laundry and your garage i think part of it is that culturally speaking we celebrate the beginning we say things like well begun his done which sounds good on instagram in like an entrepreneur is like a and bomb a webinars you know and then you go what does that mean if a doctor said to you as soon as i've made your first incision i'm half done with your surgery you'd be like well that's not how anything goes like where did you get your degree and the other thing is like we go the hardest part of any journeys the first step you're kidding me we have launch parties jordan and there's no middle party i've never been to a party where the guy was like hey it's the same is part of the project we're gonna have a middle party we celebrate the beginning we ignore the ending in in in the middle way quit yeah there's launched parties there's no i'm done with my book tour party the first step is a dream dude and like derek seeber's talks about this where the problem is if you tell somebody your goal the wrong way you actually don't you the goal so what happens is i go jordan i'm going to run a marathon and you give me pre congratulations you go dude you're so brave i couldn't do that you're so discipline and i get dopamine and i don't actually run because i got enough dopamine the whole thing drives me nuts it's true because were really getting the validation we were looking for by getting that prevail addition people get insulted bite i very rarely will do a new podcast and the reason i.

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