20 Burst results for "Adami"
Which Matters More, a First or Last Impression?
"Emails from a listener named sam cohn who happens to be a nursing student and he wants to know this our first impressions or last impressions more impactful question or you're thinking about the colonoscopy study i mean honestly there's only one cold i'll give you study will. There are many colonoscopy studies in the medical literature but only one in the psychology literature that i'm aware of exactly that social scientists would know about and that's the famous economy and colleagues study about peak and end the peak and theory. So can you tell us. About the pecan therion. How colonoscopy works to illustrate that so danny katamon and his colleagues did a study where everybody in. The study is getting a colonoscopy. You are randomly assigned. These are people who are already going to be getting on us. Yes i think. It was a collaboration with physicians. If only there were experiments that we could sign up for four which we get a colonoscopy decide. The i would prefer the chemotherapy pleased survey. I'm going to prefer the high fat diet one. This study randomly signs patients who are already signed up for a colonoscopy to either get colonoscopy as usual which i am told and as they say in the article is a pretty unpleasant experience because of the mechanics of the whole thing and the experimental condition is where the exploratory equipment of they have to put into. You is held there for a little longer than would necessarily be the case and your instinct might say oh. That's the bad version of the experiment right because you get more pain but what was so clever about this experiment is that yet. It's more pain. But because you're just having the tip of the scope to sitting there in the rectum. It's more moderate level of pain than what it's moving around during the colonoscopy itself. I think they would probably just call it a mild discomfort compared to a greater discomfort. I mean i can't imagine what it's like to have. The tip of a colonoscopy will come back in a week or two and give us the details so the reason why is interesting. Is that patients who underwent the extended procedure with the additional. Moderate level of pain actually raided the overall experience as less unpleasant and the reason why this was so important is that congressman was at the time developing a theory. Where there is the remembering self and the experiencing self and he says the experiencing self is just experiencing moment by moment. How happy my house. Adami anxious in my hungry am i but the remembering self is consolidating all of that and collapsing it into a memory and he had the theory that when the remembering self processes information and collapses a whole string of moments into one impression. Two things are going to take additional weight. One is the peak of the experience of the high in the low points and the other is the end points and so this famous study affirmed the hypothesis that the end of an experience takes disproportionate weight when we evaluate the overall experience. Now knowing the colonoscopy study what will i ask for if i had the chance to ask my doctor you say gimme the katamon colonoscopy please exactly the katamon special so it's interesting. Is that even though. This finding is a sturdy finding. I don't want the extra pain although since you're inexperienced in colonoscopy so we'll have to see if maybe you'll change your mind after you have but let's say that we want to take it out of the realm of the colonoscopy which i probably should and let's say we want to steer this back toward what sam is asking about the first impression or the last impression imagine a family vacation but say you are apparent with kids and a spouse or whatnot and you go on a family holiday. What would you rather have of the to a great beginning or a great ending y. So oh gosh. I think i would like to have a great ending because i do think the peak end effect does hold true so my ambivalence at my colonoscopy if the vacation we're say four days i would rather have a terrible first day and a wonderful fourth day than the opposite that makes sense because as you were describing the lasting thing is the memory so of course you want that to the positive one. Yeah the whole memory is going to be colored by the last moments more than like the mid point or something. I have to say. Ever since i read that paper years ago and interviewed donald reddell meyer one of the co about it. I have tried to apply the peak in theory all the time in my life in interviews with my family and random encounters with strangers. The minute something good happens. I just stop so you just leave when i learned about this. It made me think first of all of so many rituals that are part of our lives that seem to capitalize on the peak in theory. So dessert why desert last. Why don't we eat it. i. I don't know how much yoga you're doing these days so much. Okay so shiva's nina. Do you know this corpse pose at the end. Of course it feels so good to be sitting there and completely relaxing. And there's a reason. I think that every yoga practice ends with shibata so the next time you think. Do i wanna do yoga. Your memory is least colored by that. But that's challenge this notion so i think you've done a pretty good job persuading everybody. The last impressions are really powerful. But let's talk about first impressions. I mean there's this whole mountain of cliches about that right. You never get a second chance to make a first impression and so on and let's go back to that vacation if you show up with your family to this place where your vacation for four days in your first impression is terrible. Doesn't that set a tone that will be impossible to recover from and from which no final impression is possible to save the experience yet to argue that last impressions take on disproportionate. Way does not say that first impressions. Don't matter disproportionately also for different reasons. First impressions can carry more weight than the mid point or some other point in experience. So one reason is that first impression. Has this kind of path dependency so say you have a really bad day of that. Four day vacation. Everybody's now on a sour mood now. You're all fighting on day two and then because you were fighting on day two day. Three is a total catastrophe. Even those comes out you get off on the wrong foot as it were. And then everything. Kind of goes downhill from there. You know when. I first read this question from sam our first impressions or less imprisons more impactful. My initial impulse was to try to answer it. Like we're trying to do now but my my second impulse and the deeper one was to view it as i do as a writer which is to say wool. Both i think for everything i've ever written whether to book an article Podcast script whatever. I'd probably spend three to ten times more effort on the beginning and the end than on anything else because as a writer was informed years and years and years ago by my experiences a reader which is at the beginning really really matters the ending really really matters and there's also a notion expressed in various places. I don't know where i got it from. Maybe the talmud or shakespeare that the best beginnings have a little bit of the end in them. If the writing is good so i do wonder if maybe sam is pursuing an either or choice when the answer in fact should be an end answer. Both end is usually the answer to checkoff and the great multiple choice of life. The way that this question was framed. It's like when we are meeting another person or when you open a book or you start an article or you start listening to a podcast or watching a movie. It's so clear to us when we just think about those experiences. How the very beginning. It does matter because you are very quickly coming to judgments. And there is this research on thin slicing by among others nominee embody. Maybe you did freakonomics episode on this note. I read about thin slicing in one of malcolm. Glows books blink. This is the idea that you can come to very quick impressions and they're not even necessarily verbally articulated ones but just got feelings of like good or bad in milliseconds and that these very quick impressions can be predictive of later judgements. That are much more deliberative and so forth. That's an argument in favor of a strong first impression because in some cases lake with a move your book or a person if the first impression is not a good one there will be no opportunity for a final impression where the final impression will be one second after the first impression right hopefully less with people and more with like net flicks. So imagine there a job interview and your first impression of candid. It is a positive one. Well danny ottoman would remind us that then confirmation bias is gonna kick in and then for the last fifty eight minutes of the hour long interview. You're just going to be confirming your own positive impression. And so there's a path dependency in judgment and not just the path dependency in life events.
Do, Document, Delegate with Chris Ronzio
"Well when you don't document you don't delegate you don't pass off any other responsibilities in the business you basically just get stuck under water. And I think that entrepreneurs that can't grow their business and find some ceiling where they're just stuck in the company they don't like going to work. They feel trapped that's because they haven't built a skill of being able to pass the baton on certain responsibilities so I think that a business that hasn't embraced. This is just a stressful business. And that's what I WANNA fix. We call that a lot of times that treadmill of business and it seems like so often the person that gets started because they're passionate about it they get caught up in this treadmill where it just feels like never ending and they're just bogged down and the phrase that we a lot of times uses man. They feel trapped by the thing that they built. And that's not a fun place to be because you loved it initially. That's why you've built it. And when you feel trapped by this thing that you used to love and now you're falling out of love with it then you kind of start wondering what's next and that's when you look for shiny objects in the thing that you get excited about is what you chase I love that you already described what we're talking about. Today is a skill because I think so often The marketplace looks added as a personality type. And it seems like oh you either have the personality where you can delegate effectively scale effectively or you don't it. Sounds like that's not the approach you take. No it's something everyone should develop and it's not just the entrepreneur. Either it's every leader in the business. It's every person that wants to in the business because if you want to do something differently tomorrow than what you're doing today you've got to develop the skill of teaching someone else. What you're doing today. And so this is something everyone needs to embrace in the phrase that I've heard you use over and over again is do document delegate. Do Documents Alligators so explain what that means? They came out of this presentation. I did and I felt like the alliteration was nice so way into my slides and then trademarked it because I was saying it so much. So the idea is that you start a business doing things. And you're experimenting until you're doing them consistently at once you can do something consistently then you have to document and if you can document it clearly then you can delegate it and you can know that the results are going to get done so it's as simple step but you do it roll by role and thing by thing in business you focus on doing it learning how to do it. He out all the kinks. And then you document you write it down and then you delegate your hand it off okay. I'd love to focus on the gap in between due to document right off the bat because it seems so often we work with business owners. They get good at doing things consistently and then they do more things consistently and then they do more things consistently but they never actually take that step and your experience consulting with businesses and observing businesses and running your own business. Why is it that we don't bridge that gap? We can't do everything you know you start taking on more and more responsibility until you feel. You're going to break. There's this burden and you're just you're spending too many plates. You're juggling too many balls. Whatever it is you're just GonNa Collapse and I think everyone that's run a businesses felt like that at some point and so you need to sit down and think what are the things that are wasting a lot of my time that I don't necessarily need to do or that I don't enjoy doing. Let me find the shiny objects in my business. The things that I want to focus on. Because they're exciting to me and so if you've got that to drive you you know the things you want to focus on. Then it's easier to hand off the stuff you don't WanNa do anymore. Is that selfish? I don't think so that's growth. That's right right. Explain that though. Because that's what I've seen on coaching calls before the people feel bad handing things off to do things they want to do because they don't feel like it's correct to just focus on what they want to do. Well THAT'S WHY WE'RE IN BUSINESS. So do what we want to do. And so you've gotTa know. This is what I want to work on. Because if you want to work on something you'll be more passionate about. You'll be more creative. You'll have more energy for it and if you can identify the things that you WanNa get rid of. It's not because you want to cast them off and make a burden on someone else. It's because you've figured these things out and now you can empower someone else to do them because you know what they say. one person's trashes another treasurer. That's the same with responsibilities. The things that you've done and taken for granted for years are new to somebody else and they could see that as a step up a promotion take on more responsibility. That's right. At what point do you know when you are doing something that it's time to start documenting it because I feel like there's probably an area where it's probably too early? Yeah I would say once you've figured it out and you feel like you're just going through the motions. When I was consulting I remember. I spent years developing this process of the questions. I would ask the session. I would do with versa. An entrepreneur context their business and then interviewing employees and I got a dial down to where I had an ipad with these redesigned sheets. And I'm just kind of filling out the boxes and I remember sitting in a meeting like this where I was just. I was on page three and I was sick of filling out the box you know and I felt like I had perfected this process. And that's when I knew it was time for someone else to do it. So what would step one be for the person that as you're saying that they're like crud that's fifty percent of my schedule right now. Is those things they don't live in. Mea. It's the things that don't wake me up as a business owner. What would step one for that person? Step wants to make a list of what those things are. So this is something everyone can do right now or today in the next twenty four hours and it's something everyone on your teams can do if it's a business of more than just you and so what I recommend people go through. I your email and your calendar and look through the last two weeks of your sent email. That'll show you that things that you're actually engaging within your business that's probably pretty convicting. It's crazy but it tells you without doubt. These are the things people are asking me for. These are the things I'm responding. This is what people need me for. And the things that you don't get energy out of put those on a list and that becomes a job description for the next person you bring on and so out of that you create the next role once. You've got this huge list. How do you identify? What is the proper role? Or whether all that list of things warrants a rule it depends on the list and it depends on the size of your organization. Because when you've got a small team you've got a lot of generalists that were a lot of hats and it goes from you wearing twenty hats to you and a friend wearing hats a piece and then it goes to three or five people and you've all a few hats and so it depends on how far you are in this evolution of business to know how narrow that role is because if you've got administrative tasks and finance task and all these things that might lump together until one executive assistant or one project manager but if you've got a business that's a hundred people and you've got a bunch of things. Those might get subdivided to your existing team. How often are you as a business owner intentionally looking at your time and doing the type of evaluation that we're talking about right now all the time really. Yeah so I keep Just like you have to do list. I have a list for you really. Yeah you have a list of things that you will not do. Yeah and it's something that I just added to as I'm doing something that I don't enjoy what's an example of that like that's on that list right now. So we won this grant in Arizona and every quarter we have to fill out some numbers to show the growth of the business to report back to the state and that just went on my director of finance. We just hired a director finance and that went on his list. But it's Adami to don't list for six months so when you say it sat there for six months. What does that mean like? What warrants putting on that list and is that list just a description things that you're not gonNA do. Or what is the list? It's a list of things that I don't WanNa do long term. It's not something that maybe I don't have the capability in the business to handed off to someone today but I need to identify and be aware that this is something that I don't want as part of my job description and so having that list is kind of a working pool of tasks of things that you can parse out to other people or bring on new talent to do
"adami" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Hanging fruit. Guys. Let's get the easiest work out of the way. I love hanging fruit. We got a synergy is number four is synergies work together. Collaboratively in order to be more effective. Let's energize outside the box think imaginatively using fresh ideas square, the circle what if somebody says to me, hey, guys, we got to square the circle it means to achieve something that is considered impossible. See why square the circle eight years ago around this place? I don't want to hear about it anymore. Instead of speaking in these. These analogies. That people don't understand just say what you want to say. The the circle is. Then you spend all his time. Sometimes we'll get twenty of these in one speech alone. And it's like, I don't know what the hell we just talked about. Or what I'm supposed to do. We we first started working together. Eight and a half years ago. We had to square the circle. And then some we circle square or it's gonna get squared or it's squared, sir. Whatever it is. It happened already are Paul. Hi, Paul office jargon. You can't stand play by ear. I need a after no come on. Just say don't stop low hanging fruit. What do you mean? Like what you can really have your employees all confused because they'll leave the meeting not knowing what you were saying which pairs switch. Is it dead fruit isn't even ripe enough to be eaten yet. Let's think about this. Let's go back now. Paul. Thank you. Circle the square the circle I've never heard them ecosystem a complex interconnected networks. I guess we work in an ecosystem. Adami's to break. Something a problem down into smaller units. Oh, great guys. We gotta atomised.
Where the idea for Method cleaning products began
"Were you noticing in nineteen ninety nine that eventually would lead to cleaning products what was going on around you? I was working on a project for Colgate, so I spent a lot of time in the grocery store, and I just started looking at the cleaning. I'll and saw that it was such a big category, but a sea of sameness, like everything looked and smelled the same. The brands were pretty dated. And so that was kind of clue of dig here. But I mean, you're twenty five. I get you working on an ad campaign for Colgate, so that makes sense. You start to get some exposure to that industry, but like it could have been anything. I mean, it could have been chewing gum like you could have. What was it that that made you think wait a minute cleaning supplies would really like, I think with any idea, you start off from his absolute place of insecurity. Like when I mentioned this, my mom, she's like, I've never seen you make your better, you sure you're the right person to start a cleaning products business. So I hid the products underneath my bed because I didn't is pretty dorky. I didn't want anybody to know. I was even thinking about this category in Adami. We're both back in Michigan and we were driving up north early morning to go skiing and being close friends. If I'll like Adam was somebody I could share an idea with is the winter of ninety. Nine presumably going skiing. An even know there were skiing in mich-. Again, but keep going. It is technically skiing. Okay. And I mentioned that, hey, I think there may be an opportunity in this space, and I remember Adam looks over may as he's driving and goes, you know, have a degree in chemical engineering. That would be useful. And then we just it was sort of one thing leading to another that innocent. Well, you know, not only these products really ugly, but did you know they're super toxic as well? Yeah. And that was kind of where one idea gets added to another and it kind of goes from there. But I, the one point to remember is we got there to go skiing. And we went up the first chairlift and we did a couple of runs it. We realized we more excited to go work on this idea that we were to keep skiing. So paint the picture for like cleaning supplies. Approx ninety nine. Like if I'm going into Safeway in nineteen ninety nine. I'm going to get four zero. Nine. I'm gonna get mister clean writing, really strong sense. There was kind of like eat of your eyes weren't watering. It means it wasn't cleaned. It was it was a pretty toxic category into Adam's point. That was the thing that he brought that really opened my eyes. It's like you mean like you actually plu when you clean and you use poison and make your home healthier.
"adami" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"By richard petty are and the result volkonskaya this is a it's it's the translation in these russia novels really makes a difference there's an translation born piece that makes a huge difference over the old translations this is a very the translation i think so check that one out dusty has brothers came out of habit i've never actually recommended that on the program i believe which has a shocker because that's obviously one of the gray novels in human history okay other things that i like so this is just really funny there's democratic legislator who decided that she was going to show the world that she hates her done so she went and she got her air fifteen from the closet and then she sought it off that you wanted to show everybody that she was going to she was going to make it unworkable so here's what she did and then i will tell you what happened next unbuttoned in fact thing team i wasn't happy about it and after last week i told him i wanted this gun adami house okay so there she goes and she song right through the barrel of the air fifteen and we've seen this routine already the media features that every time madda is joining moms the man action i'm much in with the students marching for their lives okay there's only there's only one problem with all of this this virtue signalling the atf alcohol tobacco firearms that agency is now looking to prosecute her because illegal to own a sawedoff shotgun italy's illegal to own a off reiffel you're not allowed to have a rifle that has a short barrel because it is it is capable of being concealed more easily and also because the spray is greater with a shock on particularly like the short of the barrel is the greater the spray as associates actually now endanger a prosecution for watch this.
"adami" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"A so volatility we haven't seen in a long while recently but bad from that that's to be expected clearly but the real question is what an a heck should do about all of this last week i i talked about value averaging something that i didn't invent but i do discuss it and that was a really good time to be thinking about that i mean go back a few years ago all right let's say we were having a discussion a couple years back five ten years back and i said well charlie tell me what do you expect your portfolio to do over the next one three five ten years and charlie says man if i if i could get eight or ten percent adami stock market portfolio that'd be really really happy terrific okay so we get that money invested in the stock market diversified smallcap largecap the whole drill emily we leave it alone by an hold just like we've been taught and instead of getting ten percent charlie's gotten fifteen percent per year and seven eight years have gone by and and instead of his money you know doubling his hundred thousand two hundred thousand and went up three hundred thousand so he's got one hundred thousand dollars in his portfolio more than he anticipated more than he expected value averaging simply says you know what don't be greedy dole bigger i get the fact that stocks go up more than any other asset and therefore the longer you stay in the stock market the more money you're likely to make in the richer you'll be so you know from a pure numbers standpoint leave it alone charlie don't worry about it but here's the problem with charlie and you and me and all of us is our brains are not wired that way because charlie will experience a downturn and that downturn could be pretty brutal and when the downturn the brutal downturn comes charlie's gonna sell probably at the bottom then be really late getting back in and that's going to destroy a lot of charlie's wealth.
"adami" Discussed on KFC Radio
"So that's how that's how i got gals on says makes you sober up well we're sitting in the parking lot after willing we can't dry we should drive so we're just put on catch are without an album organisers romantic i didn't know that these this is just straight roman we put on a cd there were kind of sitting there for a little bit like really nervous rick sorry kissing or like let's get in the back he ever guideline products backseat overlooks poor or the battled hour ago blair so not only a solar is that intro i don't think he did so not only all yours promoting romance and also like say friday it's every day a parking lot as a parking lot over by feigning hall so parking lot by venue all back on a guy were amazed i'd imagine you're not alone i bet you the people who lost their virginity though i are we've had a great via we were it sundance do in an interview at a party thing and we're in front of a bunch of stuff and cameras and all the stuff in the guy interviewing us looks and he goes i just want to thank you guys unlike what he's like you got me laid like 10 retired adami how he's like i don't know it's just being at the concert never once consuming so much alcohol and let the right vibes so like i think for guys like me normal fucking corny white guys basically right like you know it's not it's not like are and be like sweaty loved music yeah you know but it is kinda like cool and says nail in the next thing you know girls are due guys urged people put on that day matthew satellite song is at all ed la la land day owed ally in ah it gives no doubt dan do you can bring the lights that hungry did you see our best by officially stopped selling cdss not i didn't even know.
"adami" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Discourages cooperation see prior to reagan we had a we society from from the new deal and 19 33 all the way up to 1980 wanted was a we society we were strengthening social security were strengthening medicare and medicaid we were building know free college education all over the country uh we we were all in this to gather post reagan it's the me society me me me me me and it's the adami's in breaking up shattering society and the standards of society of the we society of the i'm my brothers keeper as one of our callers talked about yesterday that's all that's you know every neil liberalism destroys that reaganism and thatcherism destroys that so back to the back to the article neoliberal ideology reveres competition discourages cooperation promotes ambition and ties personal worth two professional achievement you're only as good as how much money you make her how high you climb in the status uh higher are key in your workplace unsurprisingly site societies covered by these values make people very judgmental and very anxious about being judged and i you know i think that the judgmental ism of donald trump is a great example of this and the the the solution by the way to this they say young people that are less interested in engaging in group activities for fun instead they're putting all their efforts into achievement the respect for peers is conditional on how good they are this is produced an epidemic of serious mental illness perfectionism is highly correlated with anxiety eating disorders dispute depression and even suicidal boss so how do we fix this we repudiate neoliberalism we say reaganism was a huge mistake this greed is good mentality this me me me let's just reverse that and go back to building a we society course that's going to require getting the billionaires and their money out of politics you're listening to the thom hartmann program cultural to nato a ninety nine twenty vaughan because it's the billionaire class in the corporate class in their money in politics that has brought us neoliberalism and is destroying our young people and welcome back to our thom hartmann university book club today we're reading from devil's bargain by joshua green the subtitles steve bannon donald trump and.
"adami" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"The artville vet for we are fourteen twenty wv ask them and good evening ludi lin what we had a lot on the time they created west civilization added that quiet dry climate in there the played for a minute so temple war pollock for you joking while you're just talk about politics i can do it stock markets now down to nine thirty eight down eight fifty six down six sixty five on friday if you get nothing else adami show get this one because you can take it to the bank the deep state the federal government janet yellen is doing this by running interest rates up and saying the stocks are overpriced to weaken trump who strongest card is the economy just the day after trump triumphed over mueller with the memo two days after trump triumph with the greatest potus subtle speech i ever heard seventyfive percent of americans washed at loved them they did it again they burned the nation to the ground rather than give up power you understand that these are evil people this is pure evil to do this to a nation that's my interpretation so where do i go from here i have given you my opinions on the matter i'll give you some philosophy it's again from zorba the greek which are manufactuerd with today nikos kazantzakis great author and there's a little sentenced in that where he says look one day i had gone to a little village and old grandfather of ninety was busy planting an and trick white grandfather i explained planting economic almond tree and he bent this he was turned around and said my son i carry on as if i should never die i replied and i carry on as if i was going to die any minute which of us was right boss yeah this is good philosophy especially at a time like this where you don't know which way to turn your know who trust you've lost all faith in government you've lost all faith in the media you've lost all faith in god where you get turned you try to find the truth somewhere well soda white that's what my show is about i try to find the truth not by using a divining rod ovalles turning on late night comics or listening.
"adami" Discussed on Pod Save America
"Boarding on obama always included the caveats and contacts like we had a great jobs number and who is a but wages are stagnant you're just not seeing that yeah you're right like i think the the reality is i remember sitting in annecy meeting with obama before like a g twenty or something and you're getting briefed on the greek debt crisis unlike one of the economic advisers was like this is the asteroid heading towards the global economy that could destroy everything and he was like hey guys a month ago you told me that energy prices were the asteroid heading towards global economy the conservatives could you pick a fucking asteroid like like this feels kind of adami control and i think that's a reality the the president doesn't control like the us economy or the global economy a lot of what's happening now was at the ecb the european central bank what they did a sort of like ramping up in europe's cranking like a whole bunch of other parts of the globe are also doing better so that sort of lifting all boats trump can take credit for that you know that sort of his right as president but you're right leg only democrats should see this argument 'cause we saw have like a a raging opioid crisis right the show like manufacturing all you tale jobs are going away in certain places silic there has to be a nuance discussion what we also we said during the eight years of barack obama and he said this all through his reelection to the income inequality and stagnant wages are the defining challenge of our time that has not changed it has gotten worse trump has made it worse by giving a one point five trillion dollar taxcut to that goes mostly to corporations and his rich donors and like the democrats are somehow having trouble talking about these bonuses.
"adami" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Them than singleness with this issue but then always through life they'll be these moments with going is this sitting's society i'm feeling does god care about this there is greater tragedies elsewhere in the world does we care about this thing that's causing me anxiety and if you care about me until i would challenge people to start they are really do that hard soul work of mi willing to cast this care on the lord repeatedly 'cause he told me to indian adami fighting to believe that he really does care about me and if the single season this lingering he has purposes even if i can't see them but i can trust is heart i can trust he really loves me so i would beg people to start there and then to see you know not just the gift of you can make a big difference in the world but really not missed out on um the deep emotional satisfaction that can happen in getting involved in a community at a church for me when i was single you know i hung out with all single friends which was great but i watched a lot of them get married off in overtime at my church do developed a friendship group that uh was shinko people married people young couples people with kids and a lot of my emotional needs were met in that community and away i didn't expect our our honestly if you would have told me had have been like yeah whatever how how you but i was surprised at how comforting being a part of the community could be and i would encourage people to not let the natural drift of the world oh she towards isolation but keep pressing into the community of god yeah so we as we wrap here i wanna ask you a question i'm going to ask you the same question next week about dating in that is as you look back on your on your single years your singleseason.
"adami" Discussed on Dudes Doing Business
"Goodman the was david due to business happy 2018 this is a best of ddp episode the first of its kind and it's just me i'm going to help narrow rates and get us through this we get some really good moments uh selected by all of us some of the fans mike as well let's just get right into it our first clip is with qalanou newbury he is one of the cofounders of moonshine cologne you may remember this this was like episode nine i believe but um he's got a cool story he's also a lawyer kind of doing some nonlawyers none loyally things kind of like i am just ventured out there but uh he's got a great story and let's here and so we looked at that and we're like will no roof wonder we never war cologne because i'm not going to go by a photo of some shirtless dude speen sprayed with wall sown at the silent the girlfriends to i don't know who their sonal to but they're not it to me and so we uh on these emails battered around the idea of of a cloned that grew to become moonshine cologne moonshine a gentleman's cologne the slogan his repeal her prohibitions and it's there's no adami's her so there's not any miss that she walk through at in a wooden box it's got a burlap sacking it's in a flask bottle and it's kind of what when we thought of our grandfathers who did where that old spice cologne who did have those bottles of fragrance in their bathroom that dabbed did on it was a more masculine version of what had been kind of taken away from us when we were drawing up because it wasn't what we would identify with so it's interesting because.
"adami" Discussed on This Week In Google
"It we're kind of in this slake race to the bottom in terms of putting a price on everything as we adami's all this data about people and we turn it into insights to help seldom thinks but the insides can also be used to grow the ritter relevance of value to give the rigor service so that he has by advertising don't you demonize the data as opposed to the use of the data and my eyes and i'm just to europe but others are others are like what are you actually get a very well i don't think you need to investigate people's uh sex lives love lives friendships social graf to to serve them better you get very good signals from just what they consume well but we should be i don't really think you need to urge her that right but we don't even we done that for generations that's how media works if you sell more newspapers you're doing the road the job uh no media makes mediatrice everybody the same and that's exactly how we end up in the in this mess that's exactly how we ended up with click bait as exactly because because we are at least you at a scarcity you can say you were haughty and wonderful but you are also put men uh a sleazy real estate sections arashi just bought as a major money okay but i'm the only guy and elders paper i'll do that men's final mile cheat their mobile carrier and nobody is about only game then when you go to nord but his pacemarker where embraced view with everybody then you fall to the desperation the lower the value the higher the desperation and so that business bottle is lead us astray and as the business model the media as it's also business while that the facebook and google will have to this extent triggered to an extent so you're saying in princeton television by chasing ratings it we ended up doing reality shows in uh and bassett kansuizan quinn costed off became prohibitive as we did now when you only have three networks are you made cropper new consult that was that uh then when you had a 150 networks the belief was that's going gonna be too much content while he will go doubt what happened quality rose because we had more choice we could leave the crap rankled but stuff so the average size.
"adami" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The country which is pretty amazing did you ever have any moments of anger or a doubt i mean there were there were a couple of crime uh you know through the recruiting process where getting toward the end in to get period coming at you know i wanted to meet year and after that you're going to get your cod go to a a you know on a back to a division one school and you know i think it was like a week and a half for a week before the day period happen when allergy sitting there thinking like you know i don't know what i'm gonna do i might have to walk on from where you know what am i what am i really going to do our montgomery plan and then it came you know towards the end of it like okay green bay quarterback thing is out of him when we need a star player but marketing yourself a little receiver um and that kind of where why wicket towards the end but uh you know he really didn't hear anything it was very late in a recruiting clocked there um you know especially for a year college will either so that that were you know really want they now i was thinking about but um you know coastal within our karkamanis school closing and told him that you know he can come back here on the clay healer and uh you know media coach over how to talk about you know quarterback with early foul um it was adami um but you know he he welcome back with open arms armies are very crowded or have albuquerque on baghdad growth you know he knows i love they went out ear um loved though made um you know all that and everything so we're not when i was able to come back um you know really work kind of a relief to me um you know and then i had at home air and being able to you know.
"adami" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer
"To trial by jury and you you go down there and tell your story and let them decided to get justice and is just terrific and this had do inspired you you'd be making a billion times more than you make uh in the when we what you're doing is this intellectual property giant lawyer instead you said listen i think i'll go give back uh are you still happy you did this well i sat said adami legal career to give back uh as i said before to do it i could in my small way to help make other people's lives better through the law and not being on the bench is one way in which one can do that are many other ways in which that can be accomplished and i've been very privileged to have this position to enabled me to do it a daily i i said to some people and i really meanness the they don't open up the courthouse are up in the morning for me because i do enjoy going to work in having the opportunity to uh influence people lawyers uh let's the litigants i the the lawyers next of course uh to accomplish their ends with a b on a plane of cited the defendant side of any type of casic comes before us and merits a usually in side onesided the other and we try to reach a just and uh in in any kind of matter that comes before us okay judge you're going to come back your in eighteen months we've already scheduled you and i'm gonna say uh jet stirring it's great to see you again what thing have you been working on what historical insight have you been doing what great thing do you have to.
"adami" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside
"About what you've done in the past the only hanging duty thing about his from today forward regardless of what it is you can choose day it's just like happiness it's not a choice it's a it's not a trade it's a choice same way with moving on after a catastrophe listen if you can hear my voice and you're struggling put it down put it behind you and pick yourself up and move forward you got people counting on yes or no that's a challenge but it certainly is true and again i've experience adami life where i have deliberately and intentionally decided that i'm going to be happier that i'm going to be productive remedy effective remedy serve other people and i know for me part of coming out of that dark place in my life was yes getting myself in order my mind mindset in my body and my soul and all of that but then also a leading this life of significance and finding ways to serve others how you found it most effectively to reach out and build this what i would call a band of brothers or trusted advisers as you referred to an and serving them so that they will i guess maybe not in turn serve you but but it's a win win relationship right well here's what happens this a mindset shift it's gotta take place you can't just up one day and do this you literally have to buy into this or your flame out you won't do it long you'll do it on the surface but it won't really mean anything to you when we were in the construction business my partner in the construction business really helped me see the value of this other builders would come around we were one of the top tier builders in nashville and we built some amazing homes and small commercial and other builders will come around and i would say hey they need to figured out themselves my partner would say you're crazy come here and they would teach in showing we would help we would introduce.
"adami" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"End of twenty eleven that why was first nominated for a podcast award i think that was a milestone but really i think then after slowly by 2012 that was really the the turning point of the podcast for me from amateur to professional where i went through a real phase where i i questioned how much that my my heart was was in it the keep going after my dad died in 2011 my dad died in december of 2011 and it was right it near the end of survivor south pacific and i just went through a phase where i really was in gainfully employed i was sort of just like doing like freelance staff as doing the podcast as a hobby basically and it was a very fulfiling hobby by i really looked at it where you know my father was a police officer and he spent his entire life you know supporting his family and the you know i'm sure that there were a lot of times he did not want to go to work and be a police officer of by your even though i think that for the most part you know it's a it's a hard job but he did enjoy a lot of aspects of it and a lot of the commodity that comes along with the being a police officer with the other people in your department the guy you know he lived his life fair to support his family and you know whatever his family needed that's why he went to where i'm sure there were other things other pursuits he would have rather done of with his free time rather than you know go and work long overnight shifts said the police department and i said you know i need to get a real job i that davis's an i like i need to grow up i need to stop being a kid and you know no more fooling around i need and i really when adami way in the beginning of 2012 to find fulltime gainful employment and that's you know what i really tried to do i couldn't find anything.
"adami" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"Judd constantly yeswhat will with anybody of everybody that was like yesthe last thing i wanted was like a jackhammer truck right go on and go on and go with your head is like hitting the bore the worst worst so that could avoid yes so that at 1 point i remember saying to him like oh we have so much fun or whatever but like however on a date ya andi remember they're being almost like the record scratch like katie this leg a okay i was like a you know i think we should go on a date because okayyou know do you want to go to a movie or something that soi remember that we went to a movie you remember the middle a day i do andi remember ii remember though that we went had coffee and then it was really awkward and he clearly i and i remember going like he will never be my boyfriend this is going nowhere and so any nantes had he had like real success at that point no not working on a show or any no and then i he been starting to right he wrote for people like you i think he wrote for roseanne bar yacht it of for like way back he was he was starting to write for people right no he hadn't had it he wasn't successful ya have you seen all it i would see later yes i've seen all of his movies and adami would run into from time to time the funny thing was as adam is always always really friendly like for years after that adam always remembered me would you know if i was at the in providencepsalm it come over how are you.
"adami" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"A dating somebody and then what happened with them okay now now i went out about five he they put this guy and then all of a sudden i having a great time albeit needed ghosted me but he's still watching all of my math and i just don't understand bike now if you're not interested in dating why you watch might not and i kinda wanna walk him but he's not like bell immature and childish well there's a lot of questions i have a lot of answer sicily you forget block away block away of it back in the day before social media i would change my number tie chinese to block guys adami i know i like five that's a nightmare you go i think in this case just block him it's so simple you just go to his username and click the little button he might here's the eu's the deal he ghosted you see i know he's the following you so i i wonder if the ghosts was genuine offered to wait a get you to come back to them i have two i have to think that he knows you know that he's seeing you on snapchat right so i i always think i am was think he's ghosted you state engage with their snapshot so that you in some way sort of back you have not working not a good idea pretty naive now the question is what's the move the move is we've got shut up and i think she's right the movies we block and let's see how he does at let's give a dose of medicine all right how you like now how you like me ninety you guys read the right while com are good luck melissa technical women no block kim why not he dg failed on earth shows that you care too much and you need to be lucy goose equal girl why it's such a game i would i think i tied for second i was thinking maybe you're right i think you just block him give him a dose of his and move on and you never never seamer talk to mcgann how i like the verdy in your snap jobs no but the.
"adami" Discussed on Future Thinkers Podcast
"Because it disconnects you from the fact that what you're doing is seeing part of yourself reflected in the farm and this is not all good i had tremendous problems when i i ran to strength sick ristic events i could tell you the house story and if you like it's a very strange thing especially if no one has ever told you that events work this way people think they're going crazy other people get caught in sort of clouds of synchronised advance of their own making based on their past histories as a psychologist i very often see people recreating the traumas that have happened near life in the world around them your the same dire events yo a happen to them over and over again the same relationship patterns because there's something unresolved psychologically in their structure from earlier the still working with that keep getting projects that reflected back in the environment once you understand this absorbing sickness to events becomes sort of the royal road to the unconscious is for a would say you can look at the events and think about emotional tone and content and figure out what your own unconscious process in inhuman time one of the fun parts about this is it's not just your conscious or your unconscious it seems to be the trans personal parts of us as well an lows parts i generally don't comment on because that's kind of adami personal range can you explain what you mean by our transportation is that dies of that relationship for interaction patterns or is that more like collective beliefs or what you mean my beliefs in this or mine now when i wrote the book i'm very specific that i'm giving people mythology ca this is an explanatory fiction because i don't want someone picking up on my belief systems and then y'all having those reflected instead of white working with their own.