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Does Law Enforcement Need Mental Health Care?

The Psych Central Show

04:19 min | 3 weeks ago

Does Law Enforcement Need Mental Health Care?

"Gabe Howard calling into the show today we have Gabriel Nathan. Gabriel is the executive director of eighty-seven recovery. Diaries and they produced a film series called beneath the vest first responder mental health and features police officers, EMS personnel, dispatchers, fire service all individuals talking about trauma and complex PTSD Gabriel. Welcome to the show I. Thanks for having me. It's great to be here. Gabriel. Today we're going to be talking about law enforcement reform and I know that you have a lot of thoughts on the subject first of all before I really get into the. Weeds of the question would I have found is whenever you are taking a position that is critical in any way of law enforcement or attempts to raise questions even about the way law enforcement agencies do anything. It is extremely important to establish your own bona fide because anybody who steps up to challenge law enforcement is immediately regarded with suspicion. Paranoia is dismissed as a quote Lib tarred Troll anti-cop Antifa, whatever I'm none of those things I am someone who for the last twenty years has been an advocate for slain police officers and their families through editorials commentaries in newspapers I've attended over ten police funerals in Philadelphia, down to Maryland. I have done a lot of advocacy work for law enforcement in regard to mental health of first responders. I'm very well aware of the suicide rate for police officers. I am someone who knows law enforcement culture. I am someone who has a respect for police officers and what they do, and so I just want people to know that I am doing this from a place of love and concern and from a position of someone who believes ardently that they're absolutely needs to be changed and radical reimagining of law enforcement across the board. Thank you Gabriel for say and all that, and I agree with many of your points and I wanna point out that you were a recent guest on another podcast I have the pleasure of hosting not crazy and you had so much to say, well it it's built over into a second podcast. I strongly encourage all of our listeners to head over to central dot com slash not crazy and check out that interview. Alright. Gabriel to get started. You believe that in many ways we're recruiting the wrong people and that a lot of our problems start early even before police officers get into the academy. Yes. Look at the people who go into law enforcement. Okay. A lot of people decide they WANNA be cops when their children, they're watching shows like cops they're watching shows like law and order they're watching the weapon movies even as far as Hill Street Blues I would say that this problem started with Hillstreet Blues, the opening credits of Hillstreet Blues. I, love the music and then the garage door opens and the Plymouth fury is in the garage with red lights bursting out of the graduates exciting, right so who is drawn to that Profession Action Junkies? It's people who want that adrenaline rush and then we put them in situations where they're in a constant state of hyper arousal they're always looking around they're doing the head swivel. Someone's GonNa hurt me as someone GonNa, shoot me. In a twenty five year career most police officers never fire their weapon. Never fire their weapon once. Many. Many police officers never pulled their weapon and yet that's the kind of human being that is drawn to that profession and I have had people tell me well, we pull in people who are really resilient well is that what you're doing or are you pulling in people who are craving action and are not necessarily maybe the most empathic people because a law enforcement agency can't function if a police officer responds to a call and then starts falling apart emotionally because they can't process what they saw. So maybe law enforcement is either consciously or subconsciously trying to pull people in who maybe don't have that kind of empathic response. That's not who I want riding around in a patrol car with a firearm and the power of arrest.

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California Wildfire Takes The Home Of A Veteran Firefighter

Environment: NPR

06:56 min | Last month

California Wildfire Takes The Home Of A Veteran Firefighter

"Devastation in California from deadly wildfires is historic so far this year thousands of wildfires have devoured more than a million and a half acres an area more than three times larger than Los Angeles where I am the Lmu lightning complex fire is now the second largest in the state's history and the flames did not spare Andy Stan Dana's home. He's a twenty three year veteran with the South San Francisco Fire Department. He spent decades saving other people's homes A-. Lost everything as he put it less Wednesday, his farm, his home, many of his animals but he and his wife are safe and he and his wife Sarah Hawkins join me on the line from winters California about an hour northeast of San Francisco. Thank you both for taking some time for us. I can't imagine what you've been through. Thank you for having us. Anti I WANNA start with you, I mean as I said, you've been a firefighter for twenty three years your own property now, hard hit by this fire just talk to me about this fire if you've ever battled anything like. I have not in not many people can say that they've battled in fires or been in fires or experience fires. Of such size and magnitude and at the speed that this move. Seemed unprecedented will yeah I mean talked to any Andy you at home asleep and off-duty when when it came your property and can you take me to the moment when you realize that it was this out of control? We actually received multiple phone calls back to back from our neighbor than they lost everything also, but they called US woke up and said Hey. We've been giving notification from their son who is a local firefighter that it's bad. Up I went outside and did a quick assessment of what I could see and I could see The Ridge linked to behind us. All aglow and we're talking miles and miles of miles from my right to my left as I looked out the back door I hurried in and woke up Sarah. We quickly got dressed through a few things in bags. Made sure we had identification with us in a little bit of money in made sure the cars were pointed out I then went out to kind of assess what was going on based on my training and years of service saying what am I seeing and I've never seen a fire front of that size coming towards off sweep had fires back there in the past than it seemed like everything changed the winds picked up it turned ninety degrees on US instead of coming out of the West that came out of the north. and. The Sarah had joined me to kind of just see what was going on and by that time we turned around and realize there is a flaming front coming behind us. From our north and it was going to flank our exit we ran for the cars and we got out of there with flames. Close enough that I had to get in on the passenger side of the truck instead of the driver's side because it was too much fire on that side of the car to get in and we. Got Out it just came so quick. Well. I'm so. Relieved that you tour safe? Sarah what. was going through your mind I mean, did you feel like you were going to get out of there somehow? Lows pure adrenaline when we had gone out to assess where the flames were coming from where the fire was coming and all of a sudden just hear this roar from the North was kind of shocking that it was coming so fast and the flames were as high as they were they should not have been that high. And it was like we gotta go and I ran in the house and grabbed the dog and just I had to literally throw her into the car because she was so panicked at the flames and just. Get Out. Have you been able to assess what you've lost in what condition the properties in. We've lost everything. But our barn Oliver farming equipment, our greenhouse, the house, the house is just. A six inch layer of crumbled drywall and shattered tile. And We lost all of our Jeanne you're. does that we were retaining the GO-TO you're talking about him in Europe prize? Breeders? Should say. What are those goats mean to you? Have worked really hard on my breeding program and every year we have babies and I bottle feed all of them so that they'll be friendly and I know all of them I know all their names I delivered all of them there. It's It's not just a place obviously Sarah this is your livelihood and your business already we were in a in a pandemic in a faltering economy I mean how have you even begun to think about how you move forward and what's next now? Just, barely spend an hour or two just looking through. Shirts at a donation place and like shoes and supplies. We don't. You know we have a couple of t shirts and we have a couple of pairs of shorts. There's so much to do. Just regarding the house burning down. and. Trying to figure out next steps because there's not really much of a handbook on. When you're houses burned down where the two of you know I take it you're safe now. Yeah. We're currently staying with a friend best friends people ask if we're safe and we're like, we are safe. Now you know we do have a place to stay for now, but we can't stay here for six months. India are you go back into to? Fight these fires again soon or are you going to get some time away to deal with? What's how might department? My Department was Gracious. Enough to. Extend, as much time as I needed I I was able to take vacation for the immediate tour after it happened. But? Yes. I will be going back to work. Soon enough and will be there for the public as a protector in. Twenty years in the fire department another eight years before that on ambulances. So I've been serving the public for over thirty one years and continuing until. Retirement sometime in the near future. Andy. And Sarah Hawkins I'm I'm just glad you two are together and safe and You know we'll be thinking about you. Thank you. Thank you so much.

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Paul Cater on Flow, Rhythm and Awareness

Just Fly Performance Podcast

04:24 min | Last month

Paul Cater on Flow, Rhythm and Awareness

"All right. So I'm going to ask you this because you just a few minutes ago but I think it's definitely worthy of telling again. But you know we were just talking about running in adverse. are being a weather and stuff like that and how that impacts the workout. But I know you a little story about running down from a mountain and being in a little bit of fight and flight or fight or flight What was what was going on there? We were in hike in in Colorado one of the fourteen and fourteen thousand foot. Peaks. it was all. They're all on a silver mining or something in. Few Iron Tools in reminiscent of the the mine and I thought. I the? History first and foremost. Undergraduate days. I'd appreciate it history and. Take some of this home so. L. The thunderstorm. Came at around. Four o'clock in I and lightning was striking everywhere. I think one of the greatest training memories ever. was running down probably three miles just downhill down shale. Rocks. Cooks and crannies down this trail surely exposed mountain. Top Man. That was. One of the moments my life I was super dialed ignite. I was fully engaged with a body mind. Spirit. I would get struck by lightning. Yeah so I. I I enjoy those natural elements when I trained you know. For the wider flight nexium whether it's pretending you're getting chased by A. Sabertooth tiger getting or actually get struck by lightning. I think there's something to that creating that experience training. We can learn from. That's what I was. That's what I was. GonNa. Ask You. That's how I was going to go with that because I think that. The best training sessions I've been in not just trained but also just experiences team sport. You know it's like you lose the self a little bit and it's just about the moment and how what better way to be in the moment than the being kind of a situation where your life isn't a little bit of danger. Of being struck by lightning you gotta run. I've been in not too many of those that I've been in one in particular in my memory and I, I remember thinking man if if all training was had some of this or not all but even once in a while, you're outputs are just like so much higher. And it brings a really different element in so I do big said he had you find yourself thinking about that sometimes where you have a training session or does that just the general idea? Does it cross your mind in the environment you're trying to create you can't allow sure think every day I think you. Have to ask myself did you create an experience? in the. Maximum awareness and within within the scope of what the goal. At adopted goals that day? Die Create inexperienced that supports that. And you know without without having it be. A maximal. The adrenaline situation because I think. or saying earlier that. These kids specially. Get these. Third Gentleman Junkies they've they have to have this massive height Ra- music with musical element. which I I didn't use very important but. Or? Everything's. Also, walls all the time. So I think. Creating experience of both. Deep introspective. Meditative state all the way to the. Collective experience of competition. And You know there's a whole spectrum there you have to decide where in the day you're GonNa work on that spectrum or within the session or Yeah. So that's a huge consideration every day. So are you creating experience? Where you WanNa go

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Bucks beaten badly in 122-110 loss to Magic in NBA playoffs

Tolbert, Krueger and Brooks

01:29 min | Last month

Bucks beaten badly in 122-110 loss to Magic in NBA playoffs

"For concern should there be with these bucks? Yeah, look, I think I think there's a level of concern more so because they're in a neutral setting. Then I would have if they had somehow dropped their first game at home because you know, you could say things happen. I mean, last year, Orlando won the first game in Toronto. Toronto goes on to win the championship, so When you're at home, you're going to make up for a lot of those things. A cz you extend the Siri's You get caught, You know, with a team coming in playing real loose, but in a neutral, setting him a little bit more concerned because They just didn't have any electricity today. And that's something that if you're my boot holes a little bit worried about because they got outplayed thoroughly on both ends. It was a combination of not just Abu ceviche at all. He did whatever he wanted to do. They got way too many easy, easy buckets, dunks, layoffs off very simple basic cuts in a half court offense with no rim protection, and I thought they're shot selection was awful. I thought that As they were trying to dig their way out of that hole in the fourth quarter. I just felt like there was a whole lot of quick early three's by guys that that's not their strength. So any way you slice it, give the magical the credit world they outplayed them from start to finish. And now the Bucks have to find a way to replicate that adrenaline. They play within their home building without playing there, And that's what they're facing. Tim our game tonight. Rockets and Thunder Game one that best of seven series. But for Houston, they're going to be without

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Doncic's debut good enough for history, but not for a win

KNBR Tonight with Drew Hoffar & Kevin Frandsen

00:27 sec | Last month

Doncic's debut good enough for history, but not for a win

"Goes for 42 in his MBA playoff debut, most ever Most of most points scored in the history of the league for a player in there. Playoff debut, but it's in a loss on. He also rolled that left ankle and it did not look good when it comes to the way he left the floor. He came back from it played well, The adrenaline's going, though you getting treatment? I'm telling you Come tomorrow. That bad boy is going to be tender.

Can Your Diet Help Reduce Stress?

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

05:07 min | Last month

Can Your Diet Help Reduce Stress?

"What nutritional things can we do to help our stress levels and what can we do about the belly fat that being more stressed makes us onto. Well Kristen is not the only one feeling more stressed. In recent months the American Psychological Association conducts an annual poll to gauge overall stress levels in the population and the specific things that people are stressed about change from year to year. But the overall level of stress remains fairly constant even in the best of times, the majority of Americans report living with moderate to high levels of stress and they feel that their stress levels aren't healthy. Well, not surprisingly a new poll conducted in April and May of twenty twenty found that reported stress levels have jumped up considerably in response to the global. Pandemic. As. Many of us know all too well reaching for sweets or other comfort foods is a typical coping mechanism when we're stressed and with many people cooped up at home stress and boredom eating is definitely on the rise leading to weight gain, and if that weren't bad enough research does suggest that when we're stressed those comfort calories may lead to weight gain more quickly because of those high cortisol levels that Kristen mentioned. A couple of months ago I actually gave an online workshop with some strategies to help reduce stress eating, and if you missed that the replay is still available, you can access that at way less dot life slash healthy at home way last life slash healthy at home for some strategies to reduce stress eating. But wouldn't it be great if there were foods or nutrients that could defuse anxiety and ward off the negative effects of daily stress? No wonder I see. So many magazine and Web articles about Stress Busting Foods. Unfortunately, a lot of these are just puff pieces with little to no scientific basis sometimes, however, journalists will interview actual scientists about the research. The problem is that researchers often use that word stress to means something very different than what the general population of stress and that often leads to confusion. When we say we're stressed. We usually mean that we feel overwhelmed or anxious too many demands, deadlines and worries and not enough time money and energy to get it all done. Researchers on the other hand often measure physiological stress responses which don't necessarily correspond to our psychological experience. So when they report that food or a nutrient has an effect on stress that doesn't necessarily mean that you will feel better or. When you eat it let me just give you one example. In a story on the connection between Diet and stress researcher Robert. Ludwig told the morning edition about an experiment that he did on obese teenage boys in which the boys who eight highly processed cereal for breakfast had higher levels of Adrenaline, which is a stress hormone. Then those who ate a high protein breakfast instead. And the boys who ate more protein were also less hungry and they ate fewer calories at lunch. So chalk one up for a high protein breakfast. Unfortunately nobody asked the boys about their mood or how stressed they fell. So we don't know whether those different breakfast meals had any effect on whether they felt any more or less stressed. Nonetheless, if you had heard that piece on the radio, you probably would have concluded as did the reporter that eating lots of refined carbs and sugar will make you feel more stressed and anxious. But hang on just a minute because in her book, the Serotonin powered Diet Dr Judas Werthmann claims that a big dose of refined carbohydrates is exactly what you should eat to feel more relaxed and happy, and that's because refined carbohydrates promote the production of Serotonin, a feel good neurotransmitter. So which is it are we supposed to eat carbs or are we supposed to avoid them to beat stress? Will the reason that these two scientists seem to be contradicting one? Another is that they're measuring completely different things. Ludwig is looking at the effect of Diet on adrenal hormones and Workman is describing the effect of Diet on neurotransmitters of the to neuro transmitters probably have a closer relationship to our mood. Nonetheless I. Think the disadvantages of Workmen's approach outweigh. The benefits eating refined carbohydrates may temporarily boost your serotonin levels after all. That's probably why we crave them when we feel down. But they also send your blood sugar, insulin energy and appetite on a roller coaster ride and riding that rollercoaster on a regular basis is a good way to increase your risk of type two diabetes and heart

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The Importance of Looking Upstream with Dan Heath

The EntreLeadership Podcast

05:39 min | Last month

The Importance of Looking Upstream with Dan Heath

"Have, you ever gotten those spots where you start treating your business, your leadership, your team, maybe even your family and quite frankly your entire life like a game of mole, like you hit this one thing and you think you're good, and then another thing pops up and then another thing boss up. Then you have to hit two things at once and then you need five hands because you have to five things at once they keep coming up and you're going frantic and you're going crazy and you just can't get to all of it. Have you ever been there? Whenever you engage in that version of life. That's a lot like whack a mole. You start to realize that you're focusing only on symptoms and you never actually get to the source from the Ramsey network. This is the entree leadership podcast where we business leaders grow themselves, their teams and their profits. I'm your host. Alex Jed. Today, we get to talk with Dan Heath WHO's an author and researcher who has spent over a decade working on this exact. Exact topic, not just how you as a leader solve problems, but how do you prevent them from ever occurring? How do you not just attack the symptom, but get down to the source to the root cause. Now, he calls this upstream thinking and it's the title of his new book upstream and this whole idea that can transform your priorities, your leadership, and your team would all originated with a parable about you having a picnic by the river? So you and a friend are having a picnic beside a river. You've laid out your picnic blanket. You're just preparing to sit down and eat when you hear a shout behind you from the direction of the river and you look back and there's a child and the river. Kinda thrashing around apparently drowning and. Instinctively jump in both of you and you fish the child out you bring them to shore and Just. When you're adrenaline starting to recede a little bit, you hear a second. Shout, you look back and it's another child also apparently drowning. So you go. You rescue them, bring them to shore, and no sooner. Have you done now that you hear to shouts now it's two kids in the river, and so you're in, you're out, you're rescuing kids and you're starting to get exhausted. And about that time your friend swims to shore and starts walking away as though to leave you alone and you say, Hey, where you going I can't do this by myself. All these kids they need rescuing, and your friend says I'm going upstream to tackle the guy who's thrown all these kids in the river, and that in a nutshell is what this book is about. It's about this phenomenon. What's so often life whether it's our personal life or a businesses we get trapped in the cycle of reaction, we're putting out fires responding to emergencies. We're always. Always downstream dealing with problems after they happen, but we rarely make the space. We rarely devote the time and attention that we would need to go upstream and forestalled head off these problems before they ever happen, and that's what I'm chasing with this. I'd love to know what was the genesis of this thought being a book for you. Where did that come from? As something that you said man I want to spend a ton of time studying researching and writing about that. The first time I started a file called upstream was in two thousand nine. And two things that happened was I heard that parable for the first time. Then it was the first time. This notion of upstream thinking was planted in my head, and the other is around the time. I heard that parable I had this conversation with the assistant deputy chief of police in Canadian city, and he told me this story of this thought experiment really stuck with me ever since and he said, imagine you've got to police officers and one of them goes down in the morning during the morning rush. And she positions herself in this intersection. That's kind of notorious. It's chaotic. Accidents there, and just by being a visible presence in that intersection, she calms people down. She gets them to be more cautious and she prevents accidents from happening. So that's officer one. and. Then officer to go to a different part of downtown where there is prohibited right turn signal, and she hides around the corner and when people cheat and and make that prohibited right turn. She jumps out and slaps them with the ticket. And this deputy chief said, which of these two officers do you think did more for the public good and for public safety and he said? Indisputably was the first right. She probably prevented some accidents maybe even prevented someone from being killed. But if you ask who is going to be praised who's going to be rewarded, who's going to be promoted, it's officer to because she comes back with a stack of tickets that show what she's accomplished, and meanwhile, if you think about officer one, how does she prove? She did anything. You know how do you prove that something did not happen. And we might say, well, you can look at data and that's certainly true I mean. We could keep a log of how many accidents happen at this intersection before and after the officer was stationed there, and if there's a downtick claimed credit for that. But notice even in that scenario where we have the data backing up our work, we still don't know. Know who exactly was helped? There was some guy headed downtown to go to his job that morning and he noticed the presence of the officer. He slowed down a little bit. He was fine in an alternate reality where she wasn't there. He would have been in a crash in died that morning. He'll never know that that's right. Officer will never know who? Who she helped. So there's this kind of maddening ambiguity about upstream work that even though it's essential, even though it can stop problems before they happen. It also brings a lot of ambiguity and complexity, and in that idea coupled with that parable Kinda. Got Me hooked and I've been fascinated by ever since

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Burnout and learning to train with your cycle with Jenni Hulburt

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

05:26 min | 2 months ago

Burnout and learning to train with your cycle with Jenni Hulburt

"Alot how logos are back with another episode of the Real Talk With Dana podcast and we were talking about a topic today that is going to be either right now in your life or probably very soon in your life very relevant. We're talking about burn out today and we're also talking about overtraining today's guest is Jennie Hobart and we are going to be talking about balancing hormones, how to avoid overtraining and burn out for women. We're talking about Johnny's personal story with this. We're talking about the most common signs of overtraining and burn out, and then specifically what overtraining in burnout can do to your hormones including your sex hormones but then also cortisol, and then for the bulk of the episode, we're going to be talking about how you can cycle sync with your hormones specifically related to training and movement and exercise. So talking about what kinds of exercise or movement would be the most beneficial depending on the different types of your cycles and which one? Might not be the best depending on either the phase of your cycle that you're in or if you are feeling particularly burned out which let's be honest considering the state of the world right now, a lot of people are probably feeling pretty burned out. So this is going to be a pretty pertinent episode for you today Okay Funny Story. So the next part of this intro that I recorded. Somehow got put through some kind of voice changer in my editor and I'm not going to change it at all because it just made me laugh hysterically. So here comes. So just one thing to know before we get started today, we had a little bit of audio issues. In this episode there was a little bit of skipping which you might notice I'm sorry in advance for that there was nothing that I could do on the back end to fix it. But you know covert issues and internet, and we're just doing the best we can and I'm just happy that I honestly have Internet right now 'cause there were a couple weeks during this pandemic which I had none and you guys had no episodes. So some episodes are better than none, right? Yeah. So that happened and I'm keeping it. So I hope you enjoyed that and I hope you enjoy the rest of the episode. Honestly perfect time to talk about this too because with everything that's going on. I feel like everyone's finally reaching that point where they went through the adrenaline stage in they're like, oh, now this is into normal and then we're spiking in terms of cases and stress levels again in eventually people are just GonNa burn out and then be like what do I do? It's been high stress yeah. So Always managing our stresses key but especially lately. Yeah. Yeah. Definitely. Oh my gosh I know I want to jump right into. So Jenny, you I, know you love talking about balancing hormones and how to avoid overtraining and burnout for women. So I'm assuming you also have a personal story that goes along with this and so I would love if you could tell the listeners a little bit more about you and about your story. Shore thanks Dana. I grew up on a farm and I start there because I think being raised by the farm I will say it really gave me that anchor to nature and it seems that through all my experiences that have been the most challenging but also the most grow oriented and They bring me back to that to that connection with nature. So in my teens and early twenties. To be very critical of my body and compare myself to magazine covers and anxiety around the and other earls and I ended up struggling with the disorder for many years starting in nineteen years an finally what he'll relationship with food and with my body was understanding nature through versus processed food and really understanding impact of sugar and just processed in general the ingredients that were in that may be aware of before and really what I was doing to my mind and then I, went. On to get my bachelor's degree exercise science that I got a graduate degree in psychology like really wanted to combine that ballistic approach to movement in working with people as a personal trainer S. that's how I started my career and you'd think that I knew everything about movement about late. Right. But I know about my cyclical body at all the lakes as a runner I loved the adrenaline of challenging workouts and races and I was having a lot of fun chaining things enduring long distances. I was completely over training and I count myself in out and with take after a period of time of doing that in this day when the national is, but it was over the years of. Cumulative things end. So employee exhausted I had to slow down and figure out another way and so what led me to the workout without earn out blueprint that I to begin implementing myself. Then they now share what other men

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Stephanie Fleming on organization, life hacks, and how she built 'The Happy Planner' and 'Me & My Big Ideas'

The Here for Her Podcast

51:55 min | 2 months ago

Stephanie Fleming on organization, life hacks, and how she built 'The Happy Planner' and 'Me & My Big Ideas'

"Are so excited to. To introduce incredible Stephanie Fleming. She is a creative entrepreneurs speaker of and wellness seeker. Most notably, she is the CO founder of me and my big ideas creator of the happy planner, and what began twenty years ago as a tiny garage business is now an industry leading lifestyle brand and offers a wide variety of products that inspire customers to live creatively and plan a happy life. Please welcome Stephanie to the show. Okay, we'll Stephanie. We are so excited to have you on the here for her podcast. Thank you so much for joining us. And we are so curious about everything that you've created and your and so I think. Our audience is going to be very very interested in the business aspect of. Everything that we're about to talk about some super excited cool. I'm so excited to be talking to you. Guys for those who don't know. Tell us a little bit about your health. I'm Stephanie. Fleming and I'm a creative entrepreneur. I actually call myself like an accidental entrepreneur. I started my business me and my big ideas with my mom twenty actually over twenty years ago started in my garage with an idea of just one idea for making stickers for the scrapbooking industry at that time and. And really just kind of wanted to do it too. I needed a creative outlet. Yes, but I needed to pay the bills like I. was you know a young mom and struggling to make ends meet, and just really wanting to like. Go out there and I would do anything because I you know I wanted a better life for myself, and for my kids and and so I was definitely you're. You're? The definition of a hustler like I was like I have no money, but I will put in the sweat equity so. We been hustling with me and my big ideas for. Over twenty years now, and we've created everything from paper stickers and now planner, so planners is our latest the happy planners, our latest product line and It's just been such a a wonderful thing for us to get into because we get to share a love for creativity for positively, and that's been kind of where I have fallen in the last probably five or six years which. Not only being an entrepreneur in a business person, but also being able to be the spokesperson for our product and our brand, and that's something that I've been totally passionate about. It's amazing. I'm curious. So, what did you do before you started your business? Were you a stay at home? Mom? Did you have have a job, so I was? I was pregnant when I was eighteen. Not Married had had a baby, and when immediately from high school to I need to find some way to take care of my son and I did in home daycare for eight years, and was daycare provider for six kids usually at one time and it was you know it's honest work? It's hard work. It's eleven hour days for you know for eight years and you know all I to do is be a good mom, and and so I didn't have a college education. I grew up in the craft industry though my. My parents had a manufacturing and distributing business so I grew up from picking orders in the warehouse. To you know watching my parents who are entrepreneurs basically navigate the craft industry and come along with them to trade shows and things like that so I always had that creative bug, and and even as an entrepreneur as a kid I was making little catalog, so you can buy these cards here, my designs and so, but then life hits, and then you have to go out, and you know and do the best you can and and so at the time. In one, thousand, nine, hundred eight. My mom and my mom had sold that business, she and my stepdad divorced and they sold their business, and so she was kind of at this place in her life where she was like okay. I'm ready to start over, I need. She was probably my age now, and it was like thinking I need to start over and figure out what life looks like for me. Now and I was saying I just I want to start something something I want to do anything and so my mom had some seed money and. Like I said I would do. You know so. I stayed up all night trying to find just hustling to find hair. Competitors are advertising in this trade magazine. So that's a potential a mailing list for so anything possible. I was willing to do so. Yeah so it was not like I had this pedigree of an MBA, and I'm going. Go start a business, and that's why I say I'm definitely. An accidental entrepreneur, but I've I've loved it. We'll story. It is very very cool. It seems like you had it in your blood like raped in the beginning. Though like it was something that you're meant to do. I, think so. I think without knowing that that's what it was like. I was just cleaning out. One of the things we've done in quarantine is cleaning out our garage and so all my memorabilia. That's where I found my card. Catalogue of here are the things you combine I'm like I always was. Experiencing entrepreneurship right in front of my is growing up but I never really knew it. In fact, my mom was in charge of all of the creative side of the business, and was the one in charge of new products, and out there trying to find out what creative women were doing next, and so when my mom would go on an rnd shopping trip and take all of us with her. We didn't realize what we were doing was watching her shopping trends and seeing what was out in fashion, and how we can bring that into the craft and creative industries, so when it just seemed like something natural, and now I'm trying to identify people go. Where do you find your trend Mic-? Just Watch I. Just look and so yeah. We were Kinda groomed without knowing that that's what was happening. So cool and so. You had your first business you? You began doing that twenty years ago. And then you landed to the happy planner, which has been a huge success and It's a it's a beautiful book. It's something that you want to. Hold in your hand, and just like carry with you all the time. It's so cute and fashionable. Where did that idea come from? And how? How did you of get to that point? Where like I want to be in this market of making planners? Happy like honestly we've had a lot of great products that of sold weller mckellen's pretty cool, but the happy planner is like it's so me. It's totally me so the the way we came up with. It was pretty much the same process that we did it with anything. As we and my sister is heavily involved in product about men in our company as well, but we watch in decide okay. scrapbooking was huge for a while, and so we were able to kind of ride that. That wave and we've kept coming out with products and line extensions and and then you kind of see that it was kind of starting to taper off. It was not as popular and the products weren't as weren't selling and going doing the having the sell through that they did before, so we're like okay. We need to know what creative women are doing next. which is what my mom did, so we would always be looking for what. What what do i WanNa do what is something that's interesting for me. and and then also kind of searching pinterest looking around water, creative women doing so for some reason on pinterest people were taking just regular planners from staples, or whatever and they were putting our scrapbooking products, stickers and things and making them cute but the scrapbooking don't really fit like they don't fit size-wise. They didn't fit if you're you know the stickers we were. Were to commemorate memories and things, and that's not necessarily the things that you need for planning so I kind of just you know, and they were boring to staples like office supply things. They have black brown different color bays. You know really great. You know what I think. Someone would would think the businessmen would like. And then there was like three designs that were like purple. Paisley or some ugly grandma color. You know I'm a woman, I. I don't want that, so we thought definitely we could do better in design. We could get them more affordable. We could create accessories that would go specifically for them, and then you could put in those accessories like things that are positive so that every single day when you're planning when you're having fun putting stickers out ever, there's this creative positive message that makes you happy that keeps you going, and so it was just a kind of another. Offshoot into what we normally do. What are creative women doing? And at this point? It was like people are busy, and they want to be creative, but they need that little bit of licensed to say it's okay when you're planning your schedule. You can kind of put a sticker downer. Says you can do it or just. Those little positive affirmations make a make a big difference. I love that so much were all about positive affirmations and There's something that I still love about having a planner in front of me like an organizational planner. Where where I. Can you know touch the pages and I can mark things off. It's so different than a calendar on Google you know and I've always I've i. still have a planner, so I love that, but I'm curious because you have built such a successful brand and obviously. You've separated yourself in so many ways by having something very unique You offer as something that's very I would say year to the millennial woman. But how how have you separated yourself with your branding? I'm just so curious about like where your sales come from utilizing social media, you have a huge social media following. So, how what kind of what was your? What was the method to your madness at that point when you started thinking ahead? Yeah, so at that point. We had we had a very successful company in the craft industry and up? Until that point, we had what I figured successful products. We didn't really have necessarily like brand. Following social media was just coming up, but you know there was something about the happy, and I think my own personal passion for the product helped in planning it. No Pun intended. because. I feel like we got to this place or like this product line. I just feel like we need to be able to have a brand. There's gotta be a message behind because the message of the product is so powerful and so really. What happened I mean there wasn't? A Master Plan I love this product so much. That I just started talking about it and sharing on social media back in the periscope days. You remember, periscope yeah. Remember. About it and I just said you know what I would anytime we would come up with something, or we had something new exciting happening in office. I'd like I'm just GONNA share. It's just going to be I wanted to our product and the brand to feel like like we were just friends sharing like. If I was you know to call you up and say Oh, my Gosh I'm so excited. We just got this prototype in, and here's what it looks like. Here's how I'm going to use it and every. Every new products came in. We previewed it on periscope did live Q. and A. is, and and that's before people really doing that and we were sharing the process and the product, and sharing my excitement, geeking out over stickers and a paper planner you know, so. It became I thought there was really no plan other than to share authentically, and that was really before, but you know everything authenticity be authentic was just such a overused catchphrase, but that's what it was because I didn't actually want to be the spokesperson. For our company, and because it's such a team effort, and so I'm not. I'm not maybe maybe I wouldn't had the idea for. Let's let's look into to paper planners, but I didn't create designs, and I not the artist, and I'm not the one who source the product and sold it in such a team so but. In order I felt so passionately that. Don't have relationships with companies. They don't have relationships with products, but they have relationships with people and brands, and if I could be that conduit. To Give A. Personality to our land our company then. I'm like all right. I'm willing to do because I was the one before it was like no, I don't really want to know I'm just I'm fine to not do it, but when I was sharing something, I was so passionate about the following just came. We did not say hey. We want to get to I. Think we're over six hundred thousand on instagram. We didn't have a plan for that. I mean eventually to grow. It takes you get to a certain point. It's like okay now. You have to plan, but we grew our numbers very very organically, and by just engaging with them. You know true engagement and it's. It's not even just the number in the plan, but it's like. Are you engaged? Do you care about your followers? Do you care about your customers and deal you know? Are you engaging that way? Are you doing it for the rise near following? Are you doing it for the sale? Are you doing? Are you doing it because this? Just feel so right to you know. Yeah while you're on that topic, too. Because so cool that you grew organically because. I mean it's such an easily marketable product, but also like how how do you stand out amongst your competitors are? There's other planner companies out there. So what's your differentiating factor with your product? So at the beginning? We were the only ones pretty much doing what we did, so we stood out really quick, and it's almost like I. Always say like it was like. Like when I had my first when I said WHO's very well behaved typical. I am such a good mom. And then my daughter came a second, and she is like great, but she's you know totally like wild spirit and I'm like oh my gosh. I need to to work at this little more. So when we did when all of a sudden you're like It's growing and you're thinking. Oh, my gosh is great. People are just listening, and then all of a sudden when you're onto something, people and other brands and other companies go. They're onto something I. Think I'm going to try that, too. And then what you were doing so authentically is being duplicated right so. So what we have always done I think and even back in the scrapbooking and paper. Crafting days was just advice. My mom gave me is just really don't worry too much about what other people are doing. Find out what you uniquely do. What is it that your company or your brand do what do you? How do you stand out and for US There's a lot of people who have high end stationary and people. People that are saying a professional and I want it to look like this or I. Don't like this about your as well. This is who we are. We are colorful and fun and were affordable. We have a disc bound system where you can change things in and out, and those are some things honestly and with the brand that will turn people off when you really claim like who you are. Some people are going to say. Well, I. Don't know but I. don't like that well, but this is who we are when you can really find that those are the things that just kind of narrowed down, and you nail it down so much that these are the things that make us unique, and so for us. We embraced all of that. That is who we are fun and colorful, positive and an interchangeable, and all these things about the product and about our messaging. That's what we focused on, and I think even especially going forward when it becomes harder and you. Maybe at this point, we're going like you see a slowing in not just gaining followers as fast when you get up high. And there's more people in the space so for us it's how can we find? What, we, what is it that we offer? That's unique whether it's the message product. And, you kind of have those pillars of our being authentic. Is it something that's different or are we just white noise in the space? Should we be making a change? We be pivoting. Right now do. Is there something we need to be doing to be more aware of the surroundings of the economy of this of society so You're constantly looking for you have to just be aware. Of who you are where you're going and not being paying too much attention to. The competitors and the people aside. It's really hard though it's hard to do because you find yourself looking. They're doing so good over there. Maybe I should change and go that way so knowing who you are is a huge part of that success for us. And, I love how you really made an emphasis on. Being okay with not being a good fit for everyone, and you know we talk about this even on social media. How you know people always give us questions on. You know my Gosh I I lost if I don't post for three days. I'll lose one hundred followers well if those people want on, follow you because you haven't posted three days. They're not your people. Like they were never people anyway, so I love that you have you have a focus and you understand your branch so well. The you know who you're catering to, and also you mentioned pivoting when you need to because. You know I think that people get so focused on the end goal, and if it's not if it doesn't turn out exactly how they anticipated that it would be, they give up right, so I think that's I. Love that so much and it kind of brings me to my next question on. The hardships entrepreneurship because I think that when people look from the outside, they see this beautiful brand that you've built a successful mom who's who's doing it all, but it takes so much work and behind the scenes that the people don't see. Can you walk us through some of those hardships that you faced in how you've kind of gotten through them? Oh yeah and I think. I'm so glad you brought that up because you especially on social media, people will see their, so they'll say. Where were you because I'm pretty active on my own, and then also I with the happy planner, but it like where were you? We Miss John there. I'm like you guys like if I would have shown. What I was doing for the past seven days, it was get up in the morning. Go to work. Stay there till seven o'clock have like meetings altay come home barely figure how I'm going to get the door dash before I wanna fall asleep, and then you know over it over and over again and I'm like it's not glamorous. It's hard There's a lot that goes into it. You know and you have to love it if you are somebody who has your own business or your own brand? You have to love it because it is not I mean I would say. Ninety, eight percent of it's not glamorous, but it's rewarding. You know it's something that you love, but you're GONNA have failures. You can't be afraid to work hard and fail. Because, you're GONNA. Do both of those all the time? And you know and learning from your from your failures for me. It's like you know we've had products that the ones that you've mentioned like happy planner that quadrupled the size of our business in the matter of two years But in the in between, and we had already had like a pretty successful company, and we were like well, but what you don't see, are all of the things where you come out with the product and you're like that's a dog. You Know Kate next. What do we? Can we learn from that? You know that's what you can't. You can't shy away from it, but nobody wants to see that nobody, but those are the lessons. Are you know what you're seeing? When when you see the happy planner is our success of you know Gosh over twenty we did that. It was fifteen years. I think into the our business before we hit that like Grand Slam, we'd had several. You know that was. This product was a triple. This one was a strikeout. This one was a base hit. And then you know, we never know we not. Even we're not even. Promise that we were going to have that big of a success that we just kept going and every time we did we learned something like Oh we didn't do. The packaging wasn't right or you know. Maybe we rent to too early into that trend, or maybe we didn't research it enough or maybe we learned something every time but I mean we've had. We've had product failures. We've had really difficult times in the economy I've been around here through September eleventh through the two thousand eight crash where the business was doing great, and then all of a sudden we've had were having to like have layoffs and figure out how to make the hard decisions. To keep your business healthy and around and surviving, and that's really hard. I mean that's something that right now we're going through. You know we have. Luckily we've got a great basin. We've had a very successful business, but this is a gut punch, and for a healthy business like ours. This has been really difficult and I can only imagine if you're struggling before this, but you just have to figure out you. It's almost like a business as almost like being a parent. You've got to make those tough decisions. Decisions you know that not everyone's going to understand. That's going to be hard. It's going to keep you up at night. and those those you don't see those on social media. No one's sharing like we had to really hard today and or have been meetings all day, and if they are, they're showing you the picture of themselves looking really cute, and you know here I am with my thing and it's. It's just not always like that victims hardly ever like that, so I think it's sometimes i. I've shared lots more real version especially on my own personal social media on instagram. Especially because I, think we do a disservice to. Everybody but to women's in general specifically where it's like if you're trying to be an inspiration and trying to share with other women, this is what if I can, we can all be here for each other. You, know in business, and this is how we can succeed. We are doing a disservice if we are just showing what our lives really never looked like And how how then do those? How'd you push through? How do you push through at the worst times for people that are listening that are entrepreneurs have launched their business or not seeing success right away. Like what have you learned to cut has kept you going. I think i. mean this sounds like something that my husband would go. No, if you can't measure it, you can't manage it because he's. My husband was our CFO CEO and. But for me, I, it's so much into an instinct. And then pushed through because I believe in my instinct very strongly. There's a thing like I feel like you know for us. We were very fortunate that the business that we started stayed healthy, and was viable forever, however I. Kind of look at our product launches in our product releases and different product types almost like many businesses, because there comes a time when you know this isn't working, you know there comes a time when you're like. We just need to let this keep going. We need to work at market. We need and you just you kind of. If you're really being honest with yourself, you know when it's like am I pushing too hard for something. That's not really making. Any headway or do I just need to keep working harder and I feel like You know if we ask ourselves how we done everything. HAVE WE EXHAUSTED EVERY OPTION? That's what I think. We need to kind of listeners, though because I just feel like if you are sitting here like. With a struggling business, let's say whether it's from the economy or just like I'm just not going anywhere It's hard because some people will say just keep going. Just keep going all the time. I don't think you should do that all the time. Sometimes you want maybe need to move onto. Something different doesn't mean you're not going to be. In business or start your own company, or but maybe this, isn't it? Maybe it is? Maybe you're just sitting there going. You know what this is going to be tough times, but I believe in this business i. know we have and we're going to keep going, so you kind of have to listen to that. You know you're got to say. Where are you? Are you? You know? Do I need to keep pushing through this, or is there something else that I need to be? Doing are exploring. It's such a weird time to because with everything going on I. Mean People are obviously doing less news less really to plan but I think there's still an opportunity and it's great that the product isn't just a manner planning out your daily activities that can also be used for intentional set goal setting in just writing down thoughts that you have journaling so I love that it's it's I town that regard Have you guys thought of ways to during this tough time? Kind of still sell your product in different ways or maybe thinking about different product lunches. Were you know what kind of has been brewing in the last few weeks, so it's like a perfect example of. Of evolving and pivoting right so like. Yes, when you're when we're looking at people that are planning your days just filled. My days were just like I couldn't even have the whole damn thinking. How tiny can I right because there's so much going on, but you know one of the other things we have in our product, minus positively journaling and guided journals, and then when you you know for us, it would be so tone deaf to be talking. Talking about we know you're busy. Let's just talk about busy busy busy schedule Hustle. Let's go because this is not the time for that, so we had to look at. What do we have in? You know in our offering. And what do we have What do we think is important or is there something else we can offer so for us? you know slowing down journaling 'cause for me. It's all about putting the pen to paper. I Love I love my. Technology and I. On my computer as well, but there's something to me about writing stuff down whether it's my schedule and prioritizing key efficient or whether it's like you know just journaling what I'm grateful for writing that down I did a whole like wellness like year in two thousand eighteen, where every single day for the entire year I journal. Like what am I feeling I thought it was going to be like more. Of a fitness thinks I like. My cholesterol is high, and I needed to lose weight, and I was going to do all these things I'm going to travel the stuff and what it became was. Oh my gosh, I'm realizing that I'm tagging my emotions now like when I would write things down the journaling became the biggest part for me is what I was feeling like I was really I felt very marginalized that meeting today, and I came home, and I think like I was going into hibernation. You know and I was angry and I was, but I was identifying my feelings. Why was I instead of just going like writing down my food log? You know it's like it wasn't helpful for me. I. Know How to eat healthy. But to realize that when I feel angry, I don't know what to do with those feelings and to eat them you know, or and I'm like an eye stuff them and I. Try and do anything in Canton. and that was like a realization for me, so we're kind of leaning into that and saying hey, right now when you're stressed or you're afraid or whatever it is that you're going through. What can you lean into? And how can you get in touch with your feelings whether it's do journaling or if you really do maybe you're a mom who is trying to work fulltime at home and also. Also home school your kids to the distance learning the. Maybe you need to be really efficient, so you need to you know. What is it that you need and listening to that? Do you need to be productive? Do you need to be kind of moving a little more inward, and then just writing it down and really getting out of your head and onto paper, so you can help process it. Yeah I need to start journaling. That is something that. I know he's for the whole year. Did you notice that it had a huge impact on? It changed the way I thought it totally and I'm the same way because I'm like I'm so famous for starting a journal. And then it's really good for like a couple weeks, and then it's empty, and I keep it and all these like you know journals that have a little bit done in the beginning, and then like I wish I could combine them all. And are they now? It's like so I just said I have never made like a year long commitment to myself I. Will I mean I will do anything for my kids. My husband, my family, my, you know the team of me me and my big ideas, but for me. It'd be like I'm always the first one to get shoved off the list and so I, said I need I was stressed because just like what you were saying. Our business was. Wildly successful that year, and the year before that but I was so stressed out. Because when you quadruple the size of your company, and you're trying to do the same things that you did before scaling it and learning how to do that so quickly is really stressful for a for a creative person who likes to do things like. As I'm inspired. And so. So dealing with that was huge, so all of these things that I saw which were gaining weight having high cholesterol, not sleeping at night, having hiring Zaidi I was thinking, it was because I'm out of shape or this and I didn't really realize accepted the journaling. which that's not what I started to do. That it was more than just that and so this journaling process just gave me. Such clarity and insight into my own feelings that I had no idea and I don't think if I if I just tried to do that at the very beginning for just a little bit I, don't think I would have. Gotten as deep because like doing it every single year someday the destroy today sucked. He knows the worst day ever and I didn't know how to see it through, but then as I got used to journaling just as an exercise every day. I learned to go. You know to just kind of. I guess like look a little deeper. Really. Shed light on stuff that I had no idea I was looking for. I feel like now. I'M GONNA. Go buy one of your journals because I'm so inspired by that by just what you said and I think that I'm someone that just keeps everything in my head and I talked to myself all day every day just. All the things that have to do all the things that should you know that are behind me? That I should have done yesterday it's that's great. I love that with you. You know you don't realize that when you're not like kind of emptying out. It's like for me I was not able to. I was not able to like think of I was kind of creatively blocked, and then I was like even motion. Lee blocked and they just didn't realize because I'm the same. I am an over thinker. I like I process everything and I just I kinda hold onto it and I get very wrapped up in my own head, and so it was just almost like an emptying of it and helps me sleep. Helped me do all that stuff, so my guys. I think you'll love it. Okay. I'm sold. journaling. Borsch, now let's talk a little bit about living intentionally, which is very much related to what we're talking about now, bite. What does it mean for you to live intentionally? And how can people cultivate a more meaningful life? Because obviously you found your passion, you work really hard at you. Know keeping your mind rate, and it seems like you're a very self, reflective person, but how how have you gotten there? I think. I've always been somebody who really likes. Growing looking inside I ask a Lotta questions of myself and. Other people like I. Try and tell my husband like I'm not really trying to psychoanalyze you. Even I would love to just get into everybody's head, but I think that there's so much we can learn. And one of the things that I have learned just by trying to grow as a person and being teachable. Has Been You. Know there's nobody in the world that is going to take charge of my life, my happiness, the things that I want that me. Matt what happens around me it doesn't you know we can all we can all be complaining about what's happening in the world with your job with your relationship, but when it really comes down to it, you're the one that's responsible for what it is. You want in your life and how happy you are. And so for me, it started with number one. I needed to. Learn how to love myself because I didn't love and accept yourself believe you're worthy of all those things, and then once you believe that those things started kind of coming into my life and a realize it's like you know. That was something that I had to really focus on. I had to work on with myself I am. We're a project, so if you go out there, and you really want a job, or you really want to start a business, or you want a relationship. You have to almost I think. Go for the life that you want with that same passion and I mean for me. It's just been about really starting to identify. What is it that you want? What is it that makes you happy? And how do you need to get that? I think that's why I'm a planner at heart, because living intentionally as really planning, you're trying to like you have to identify something first and then figure out how you're going to get it right, so it's like for me. Identifying. What makes me happy? What the name of our podcast plan? Happy Life at the Tagline for our company. Or for the for the happy planner, because really feel like you know if if for me, I need to identify what it is, that makes me happy right, and so I'm not somebody who is an Adrenalin Junkie I'm not someone who needs a lot of activity in my life, I need I need serenity a need. Calm I need a place to be creative I want to go travel I want to be with my family so when I. Start to really identify Granular Li, like what it is, that makes me happy and what I want I can easily say you know okay well. Then I am intentionally going to make the choices that get me closer to those things that I want and. It's really a responsibility. You know it's really taking responsibility for For the actions that we take and you know and I think it's empowering I actually feel like instead of going like Oh. My Gosh I'm responsible for all of these things in my life and no one's going to do about me that makes me. I think it just gives it gives me the power back to say you know. Stuff can happen all around me. Crap can just be going on like everywhere and internally I can live intentionally with what makes me happy, which what? And I can be. Responsible for especially this stuff that's going on in my head. You know so setting intentions of you know whether it's daily whether it's setting an intention for a year or whenever you're feeling like you need a little more clarity into. What am I working for I think it's a really powerful thing to do and I know sometimes when things get more popularity. They gained that whole like people in Oh. Yeah, okay. Setting intentions are doing all this, and it sounds a little Wu, and all that and I'm like it, but it really really makes a difference in how we live our lives, and the decisions that we make yeah, and it's all it all goes back to taking accountability, right and totally nine I. always talk about this on the podcast where a lot of people struggle with that I. Think they kind of have this. Poor me, mentality or you know I could never accomplish that I'm not ex- enough. I'm not educated. Enough I'm not. You know fast enough smart enough pretty enough whatever it is, and I just do I. Hope that if pe- when people listen to this episode, they really if they take anything from it. I really hope that they listen to what you just said. Because it's so powerful, that's such a like. I can't I've had a lot of things. People will ask me like well. Of course, it's easy for you to be happy because where you are today, you know and I said, but but here's what you don't understand is that? The reason I'm happy is not because I have all the things that I have the reason I have all the things that I have is because a happy positive person who believes that I have. that. What happens in my life is a result of you know of the way that I go about it and what I believe I deserve and how and then I can have those things I'm happy. And I'm positive period. Doesn't necessarily. Happy happy I just mean like I'm going to be content and positive and optimistic in my life. No matter what is going on and I have lived through a lot of things I've had like I said I shared with you. Guys had some traumatic things in my childhood that have happened I was had a child eighteen I had a lot of money issues. I'm growing up. I was in an abusive relationship with physically and mentally, and there's a have been drug abuse them I mean lots of things that I've had to deal with and. I could very easily any of those instances been. Why did this happen to me? I could never start a business because I don't have a college education and they don't have any money, and they don't have this and you know. What will people think of me and you know a? Growing and believing that you can do something, no matter what like having that resilience and having that. Like I'm just going to figure it out like I said I. It pretty much anything now I'm probably going to be more of a of a jack-of-all-trades master of none but that's okay. That's who I am, and that's really has gotten me where I'm at, but yeah. I just I think if anything I totally agree with you. If I share anything, it would be that no matter what your circumstances are in life. I think optimism and. And believing that no matter what happens to you, you will get through this, and you make something of yourself, and you can get the things that you want in life If you know if you're working, you work hard. You have to be willing to work hard. You have to be teachable if to learn to be confident, but all those things are things you can control. And it doesn't really matter what your circumstances are. So that would be something I mean. Yes. I love the product. Yes, I love our brand. Yes, I love all these other things, but that's just something that I think everyone can take with them throughout their lives. Such great life advice, and it's so true I feel like there's been looking back and reflecting on my own experiences to and the hardships that you know everyone has different forms of adversity, but how you respond and react to that is I think all the difference and I think it was a murray furlough that said everything is figure out. That just. When you said that because it's true like if you have that drive and that hustle enough to do what it is that you WanNa, do you can figure that all out and I think Alex also reiterated several times. There's this concept of just start now. Figure everything else out along the way as you go. Otherwise, you're never gonNA start. You're never going to achieve those goals but in terms of goal, setting and just organizational tips. I mean I feel like the ideal buyer of the happy planner is a very organized individual, or maybe they're aspiring to be more organized. So what are some good organizational tips just in general that people can start practicing and then apply to the happy planner. And I am not a naturally organized person. At like what you see back there on this video that we're recording over is not what it normally looks like I'm a creative person so I'm very like. Just kind of scattered and I will follow an idea like if I have an idea, I'm like I'm down that rabbit hole and. There's a chaos and mastic usually follows so being organized and using happy planner and using organizational tools is actually been essential for me to be like a productive society member of society or running a business, so one of my favorite tools and I think we kind of alluded to this a little earlier was getting things out of your head in getting him down I use a master What I call him Master Action Item List, so it doesn't matter if like you are thinking of I've gotTa. GotTa do cupcakes the Kids School I've got empty. The dishwasher I have a huge project that I'm working on. That's do every little thing. Take space up in your head and It doesn't really you know you're not really. They all have the same weight, so you're thinking constantly of the Dishwasher, the cupcakes and all of these things and you don't have the space to really think about Give yourself like. Hey, now. I'm really focusing on the project because there's so much stuff spinning in your head. And, so I think David Allen I think is his name he said you're. You're headed for having ideas, not storing them so like for me. It's like Oh, my gosh, that is so perfect so I take and had this one massive list actually I have to, but it's ones home in one's work, but usually for most people one will do and. If everything that comes out of my head is something that I have to do if it's an action item. I put it on my list and then I work from that list. Would plan my weeks when I plan my days, so I look at Monday and I think okay. I've got five meetings not lot. Stuff's going to be coming off that to do list, but on Tuesday I have one meeting in the morning and I had the whole day that I. have so I'll go off of my master list and then start working from there. I'M NOT GONNA forget my tasks that way. It's not going to be like oh shoot cupcake sting it. You have your your things that have due dates and everything so when I'm working from it I don't have fifteen sticky notes everywhere and a piece of paper that I wrote over there. That I got lost cause. I left it in my car and you're constantly then figuring out. How do I remember where it was that thing so keeping everything kind of in one place has been a big tip for me. the second organizational tip that I use I plan every Sunday I plan my week out every Sunday so or whatever the day before the start of week.' In for me. Mondays the start, so I sit down I. Take a look at what are all of the to the must do's appointments. The the deadlines that have to happen that week and get all those things in there and I. I plan everything out from date night with my husband every week. we're putting that in their first wins the time that I need one of my GonNa. Go exercise. When am I going to those put in appointments, and then I start to fill in again with things from that master to do. If I don't do that, then you know, there's things that come up and they're just time. Thief's and they come in to take in all of a sudden. You look and you've spent. Monday and you're thinking I've done nothing you know. It could be a week and you're going like shoot. There's nothing off my list. conversely you can take a look at that, and if you've been really productive, there've been times. I had no idea I could get that much done. So those are two tips for me to stay on and just to contend me. Being organized means being productive, because if I'm not productive, my stuff's all over the place. I get very easily overwhelmed, and that is not a good place for me to be. I was GONNA ask as well with with your master. Master list you add everything from like emptying the dishwasher doing laundry like every task so usually I have like if those are ongoing I will have just started doing this, which helped a lot, but all I kind of assign like if something that occurs every week for me I have a list. That's basically recurring tasks, so if you're if it's a cleaning thing, it's like an you know you've got changes sheets. You know the bathrooms or whatever I've got empty Roomba. because. Just, all those little things that are like take the trash out. Those are of things that I put off to the side which are more recurring tasks. And then when I sit down. Unday, I think you know empty room by the today's the in the evenings and do my meal planning here and those things happen all the time. The the Master List for me is you know the things that are their projects or their like like for me for my work one. It's like every time like I need to talk to him about this Call up this person and make sure I return this thing and check out on. All of the let's marketing meetings scheduled out. Make sure to reach out and so then I can cross them off. On Cross them off. And then when they're done, they're done, and of course you know once it gets to about halfway marked off at create a new list because it's prettier. And I like doing that, but yeah, the reoccurred things I keep separately. Of It, so we're GONNA. Get this all in. Your home about really what you're saying is it comes down to time management skills right, and yes, you know like you said there are some days ago by and I'm like. How did I just spent two hours scrolling through instagram? Checking emails bearing bearing myself in emails that really don't I don't need to get back to these people right away and you self reflect and go like that I see I'm busy, but to hours of that time was wasted. Time management is huge, and that was another thing that I uncovered in my memorabilia box that said think I was in like fourth grade and the teacher says like Stephanie needs to learn time management. Because it is true, because I do the same thing and I feel like there's so many times when people say I just don't have enough time and I'm thinking i. just spent four hours binge-watching. Whatever I. We. Do have the time and that's okay. If you're going, you know what I'm going to. It's going to be a binge party like I am going to be watching and It's fine but I think we need to be aware like you don't WanNa miss out on the things that you either want to be doing our need to be doing because you're not managing your time well and like I said it's a constant struggle. This is going to be something that I'm GonNa be. Be doing for my whole life. Because you know because I'm just not naturally inclined to be that way even, but it's a habit you know, and it's easier for me now, but managing your time well and scheduling it out is is a habit that we form you know, and it's just like it just becomes easier and then yeah, you find him. There's nothing to me like when I look at a list I'm like. Oh, my gosh look! How productive I was this week! That is such a good feeling when you even when you finish the day, and you're like man I was on point today like I knocked this off the list and I. Did this and you just feel good? There's just this feeling it brings. There's something about they say like an actual like I don't know what gets release, dopamine, or whatever that when you cross things off your list. That, yes, go. It is what? What are some other resources that you? You've enjoyed yourself or that? You would recommend to listeners in terms of time, management or building, good habits, organizational tools and practices. I think that like to meet. Okay decluttering. Making sure that you like you don't have because again. The more clutter at the worst and I know they say you know a messy desk or whatever they say, but the MESSI dozen. Beans or whatever and it is, but it's probably one who's just driving themselves crazy 'cause they can't find anything so developing somewhat of. Of A protocol for how you're GONNA. Plan your weeks and then also. One of the things I don't know if it's not really a resource, but it's something that I learned that. I kind of tend to first thing in the morning. I want to like answer all like you're saying I. Want to answer all my emails, and then of course I go down. Somebody's asking you know unsubscribe to all these things now and then I started subscribing, and then I go down, and so somebody told me to block off your days and at the beginning. Do the most important thing for you that you need to. To get done in the morning or whenever it is that you work I work best in the morning and freshest van, and then about three o'clock, I'm looking for anything else. I'm looking for something to snack on or any distraction and it, but some people are not also if you're like going, this is when I do my best work. Then make sure you can identify those times because you're gonNA. Find that you have. You're going to get more done. You'RE GONNA feel more efficient more. More productive and I think that's going to help I. Definitely, figure think that if you can figure out how technology and productivity work for you. I am kind of a hybrid between outlook and all of the technology that we can't. We have that really does keep us I've got when I have meetings. All my stuff is stored. I, don't WanNa. Right down the zoom. Call Identification Number and the password, and all these things you know, that's all stored in my outlook and I have a really good relationship between paper planning and my tech, you know. And then but I have a process every time I have like a nice system. I think I think that works I've been I've used a lot of productivity tools into honest with you. Nothing's really kept me more productive than just keeping it simple and planning things out and getting stuff done I mean it. It starts off great, but then it's just something else for me to. Keep track of so having something just right in my face whether it's my outlook, calendar or or my paper planner I just like I, said I've tried I've tried them all I've tried. And I know they were really well for some people, but for me it's just all about keeping it really simple and just getting stuff done. Yeah, and you know what I love the realness because we get questions, sometimes of like. How do you have a business and you work fulltime in your mind like? How do you do all the things? And I always kind of self reflect in its and I always think you know. You make time for what's important to you. That's the bottom line. We all have twenty four hours a day. I think that that hustle mentality isn't always helpful and isn't always positive, but at the same time if you have something that you want to accomplish. You just have to do it. You have to figure it out and do it. That's the bottom line. So Yeah? I love what you said on that. You know what I'd like to ask you Stephanie. If there's some sort of book or podcast or resource that you'd recommend for our followers, I don't know if you have any in mind that something that is is really impacted you in some way. Yes, so two different two different things so a book that basically just changed my life completely were was the gifts of imperfection by Bernard Brown. And it was one of those things where I just realized I don't have to be perfect I'm worthy of just the way I am, and that just really kind of just her whole. I love her so much that book. When I started to believe those things about myself, things change. They think changed in my life. They changed in my business That's why I think that no matter what you're looking at doing that. Inner work is I. Don't don't try and like. Get the promotion or getting the relationship, because you think that's GonNa make you more successful or happier, or whatever, because if you're not okay with that first step I it's all going to be empty. You know you're going to get the promotion, but it's not gonNA. Feel as great as you thought it was. Because you're. There's there's that whole in there that you're trying to fill so. That personally was amazing for me and then I love how I built this by Cairo's and. The podcast and for business. That's something that I listened to and I just. If, you're ever wanting to start a business and you think well I don't fit the typical either entrepreneur or business owner, or whatever I don't fit that mold listen to those stories there from every walk of life and every kind of story. It's so empowering to listen to them, but it's also really interesting to see how some of those people dealt with you know the setbacks, and how they how they innovated, and how they funded their businesses, and it's really interesting, and so, and they've covered just about like every aspect of business so I love those, too. Such third-rate episode actually heard how I built. This I've never listened to it, but I've heard it is great good, so that'll be one that'll that'll be added to my podcast list. podcasts our life right now in quarantine. Basically do anything and just have headphones on and listen to podcasts. For sure so good. Well this has been great. We are so happy that we have had the chance to chat with you and an answer all of our questions. Where can people find you on on social media? And where can they purchase happy planner? So they can find a me personally and INSTAGRAM's. Where is my John? That's what I love the most. People over it Instagram, so you can find me at Stephanie Score, Fleming. And then you can find the happy planner, which on Instagram, as the underscore happy, underscore planner or the happy planet Dot Com. I also have a podcast called planet. Happy Life that host with my daughter, sharing tips about how you can choose to be happier and planned to be happier and. And we love that, so that is planned a happy life. You can find that. At Planet Happy Life Dot Com so and then the happy planner you can buy at craft stores all over Michael's Joanne. Hobby Lobby Walmart and that'd be planner DOT COM, so we're all over. Love it. It's awesome. That is so great. We will link everything in the show notes, and it has been such a pleasure Stephanie you offer so much wisdom. As it relates to not only business but life so thank you for sitting down with us today. Thank you appreciate it. It's been fun talking to you.

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Pressure on White House as extra $600 in benefits ends next week.

Michael Savage

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Pressure on White House as extra $600 in benefits ends next week.

"Negotiations are under way on the next Corona virus stimulus plan. There is some pressure on White House and congressional leaders trying to hammer out an agreement on the next Cove in 19 relief package. The extra $600 per week and unemployment benefits runs out July 31st. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says his focuses on kids jobs and health care. And another shot of adrenaline for the jobs market. We want another round of direct payments, direct payments to help American families keep driving our national combat. Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer is complaining the GOP has been dragging its feet. The Republican majority in the Senate dithered and delayed. On the next phase of major emergency relief on Capitol Hill. Mike Emanuel Fox News,

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McConnell says economy needs 'another shot of adrenaline,' backs additional round of stimulus checks

Mark and Melynda

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

McConnell says economy needs 'another shot of adrenaline,' backs additional round of stimulus checks

"Another shot of adrenaline for the US economy. At least the Brady Fox News. That's how Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell describes the next Corona virus relief bill still being negotiated. I do not believe there will be anything in Arbil. There are Democratic colleagues should not happily support But we will sound ready and eager to work together and produced about partisan outgoing. But even within Republican ranks, there are disagreements, including over the president's push for a payroll tax cut and a package already passed by the Democrat. Let house costs about three times as much as the trillion dollar plan being considered in the Senate.

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Twenty-Five Years Later, Ford Resurrects the Bronco

Business Wars Daily

04:04 min | 2 months ago

Twenty-Five Years Later, Ford Resurrects the Bronco

"If you're an offroad aficionado or even just WANNA be. This story is a big deal. After a quarter century Ford is resurrecting the Ford Bronco a direct rival to the jeep. Ford produce the Bronco for thirty straight years starting in nineteen, sixty six. The vehicle had only two doors reportedly one reason why Ford discontinued it in Nineteen ninety-six consumer sentiment was shifting toward four doors. Historians say the Bronco Developed Cult Status. After it was discontinued today, the beefy muscular vehicles, a sentimental favourite restored vintage models can sell for up to two hundred thousand dollars with a corporate unit called Ford icons. Ford is Heavily Marketing Nostalgia that division includes the Bronco, a Mustang and a new line of Ford F one fifty pick-up trucks, including a hybrid version, and soon to be debuted all electric. And Nostalgia sells, but it's far from the only reason. The automakers releasing a Bronco for the twenty first century. The company is capitalizing on a trend according to the automaker offroad vehicle, so called rugged SUV's. Twice, as popular as regular SUV's CNN reports that has engineered the new bronco models for quote hard off road driving. You know the kind that allows you to quote. Get far from civilization. An even stay there for awhile. Is the perfect escape for pandemic induced cabin fever. Get a dose of Adrenalin while avoiding the plague. It's a combination made for advertising. Heaven Kit needs to be the jeep wrangler as the Juggernaut of off road vehicles. CNBC reports that automakers have been trying to quote dethrone the Wrangler for decades. Without much success. Even during the pandemic GPS kept selling Fiat Chrysler sold an average of seventeen thousand jeep wrangler every month for the last five years according to the Detroit news last year, almost a quarter, million wrangler flew off dealership. Lots and experts say jeep owners are loyal. To a fault. Still Ford executives have moxie. They're predicting sales of two hundred thousand broncos over the next year, according to Automotive News. and. Keep in mind that the low end version of the new line. The broncos sport won't even be out until years end higher end versions of the Bronco won't be at dealerships until next spring. Ford is doing everything it can to make the Bronco enticing enough to away jeep lovers, and of course to persuade new off roaders to come into the Ford camp that includes besting the ramblers largest tires thirty three inches with whopping thirty five inch tires, Ford says a Bronco outfitted with the almost three foot in diameter tires can easily go through a couple of feet of water models also come with removable roofs and doors. Drivers can store the doors in the Bronco. For, it says. At about thirty thousand dollars, the price of the two door base Bronco comes in at only two hundred dollars more than the base price of the jeep wrangler at the top in a limited number of first edition for door Bronco started about sixty one thousand dollars, Ford began taking one hundred dollar deposits on Broncos last Monday when it released the new line I edition reservation slots sold out within a couple of hours. Still as bullish as the auto press is about the Broncos, the release comes against bleak backdrop for the auto industry. Overall vehicle sales plummeted when covid nineteen emerged shut the industry down for two months recently, both Ford and GM reported second-quarter sales declines of about thirty three percent from a year earlier jeep parent, Fiat Chrysler did even worse with sales down forty percent. And that puts a lot of pressure on Ford to live up to its promise of adding a billion dollars to the bottom line next year through Bronco Sales. And it adds pressure Chrysler to keep jeep at the top of the OFFROAD HEAP Stakes is high as the boulder strewn rocky mountains. The war between Bronco in gene. We'll be fascinating to watch.

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How to Meditate with Your Higher Brain

Hay House Meditations

05:38 min | 3 months ago

How to Meditate with Your Higher Brain

"Do. You ever wonder why when you sit down to meditate. It just doesn't seem to happen. Waves of worrying thoughts moved through our head, our anxiety and stress just doesn't seem to settle down after five minutes ten minutes or even minutes. Even, though we're sitting very still, and were watching our breath or trying to let thoughts go. Our mind just doesn't seem to let us meditate. There seems to be a battle in our head. We want to meditate, but we can't call the mind. Why is this? While I've heard many teachings from very learned meditation Masters throughout the years. What are the most cogent explanations came recently when I sat down with Dr. Albert Oviedo, the medical anthropologist and author of bestselling books including Shaman Healer Sage. We record the podcast at his mountain retreat center in Chile. On the PODCAST, Dr Viola explains how our brain health is crucial to our meditation, practice and spiritual development. You have a broken brain. You can't meditate, he explains. If your brain is producing stress molecules such as cortisol and adrenaline. It is going to be impossible to meditate. We have to have the physical substrate. We can't just will ourselves to meditate. So? How do we create this physical substrate to meditate? It has to do with what we eat. That's right what we eat. And importantly what we don't put in our stomachs impacts directly our ability to calm the mind to look inward, and to gain all the benefits. We know there is to receive from meditation. On the PODCAST. Dr Field explains what parts of the brains are active when we're stressed when our flight or fight modes are active, which are found in the Reptilian and Mammalian parts of the brain. But in order to meditate, he explains. We need to take up residence in the higher brain, the NEO CORTEX and prefrontal lobes where the bliss molecules are produced where we experienced the divine and transcendence. It is very clear on the podcast that what we eat directly impacts where our brain is firing. Hint here. It has something to do with Akito Diet. Dr Field or reveals to us the optimal nutrition for meditators and what we might want to avoid if we want to take our meditation practice to the next level. I hope you enjoy this fascinating interview and be on the lookout for the next episode where Albert Dough and Linda finch guide us in a morning breathing meditation to strengthen our luminous energy field, but for now sit back and enjoy my conversation with Dr Albert Veto. So welcome Alberto to the hey house meditation podcast. Thank you Matteo good to be with you I'm. Very interested to talk to you about our meditation practice and how our brain health. Relates to that meditation practice. A lot of us have a lot of challenges with. Meditation and I was fascinating in reading your work and listen to your lectures recently about how our brain health can support that meditation practice. So can you talk a little bit about that? Absolutely you if you have a broken brain? You cannot meditate. If your brain is producing only distress molecules which are Adrenalin Cortisol it's impossible to meditate. You can get angry or you're GONNA WANNA. Check your emails. So in order to be able to meditate, we need to access the higher brain, which is the brain that produces the bliss molecules because you need. The chemical substrate is not just a mental thing, not just a mind. We can't just will ourself into meditation. Will it many of us try just? To. Push through. That's kind of we call that. Be masochistic. Him So you mentioned the higher brain. What is that? Could you explain to our listeners exactly what that means? He's sort of four parts of the brain. We have four distinctly different brands Heinemann anatomically different brains that evolved during different periods in history. I rip dillion brain, which is in charge housekeeping, and we share that with all the reptiles snakes, the alligators, not particularly lovable, but that this brain no love. Knows body temperature, heart, rate, housekeeping autonomic functions. All the audit keeps his breathing for example. When we think about it, you know for example, dolphins don't have breathing programmed into their pillion brand, so they're part of an experiment where you had to breathe consciously. That's why only half their brains sleeps in any one time. But in top of the Brazilian brainers, the Mammalian brand that we share with all the mammals. And this is the brain of the emotions. And this is a brain that fuels itself with sugar. Run some sugar. So as long as you eating a lot of sugar, you're. You're going to be stuck in this brain fear. Of Feeding of not having enough of scarcity of fighting of needing to make yourself or someone else wrong and a predatory sexuality. So. Strong desire is is is in this mammalian brain. This is the brain that really long for intimacy, but cannot get. This matter how close you get, you cannot open yourself up to another person because you're going to be terrified of what they might

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"adrenalin" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

Just Fly Performance Podcast

05:33 min | 3 months ago

"adrenalin" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

"And. Kristin. It's awesome to have you back. I know last time we were talking a lot about child. Development and Development Ages Zero to two and I know. Your child is getting older <hes>. How is your child growing impacted your thoughts and ideas? With with child development, and and how they're coming along. While it just confirms what I was saying at first. Any type of blue light or screen time is the number one enemy to children development, and what I mentioned. Is that what people don't understand? Is that these stimulus like your tablet, your cellphone smartphone? BIG-SCREEN TV all those types of devices emit blue light, which is one of the strongest dopamine receptors stimulator. It's so strong in fact that even in adult it can desensitize those receptors very easily. That's why it's addictive. Because when you stop doing it, you feel like crap. You feel depressed because you don't have the dopamine stimulation, the pleasure neurotransmitter that is strong enough to compensate for that going on, and how the Prom is that a child's brain. Is Not fully developed and much more fragile, and a stimulus is just way too strong for their brain to handle. You can actually permanently. Damage, the dopamine receptor, sensitivity and adult. If he becomes desensitized, you can do it what what's called a dopamine fast like you stop basically any type of dopaminergic like a YouGov, are kind of all phones and. Stuff like that. You Stop Smoking. You don't take drugs at similar dopamine and within ten days you can. Basically you regain your sensitivity charts. It's the damage. You're going to have a child with low motivation. IS PRONE TO DEPRESSION ONTO ZION? It's something you want. Also. There's a very strong connection between the efficiency of the dopamine system and learning especially motor learning the reason is that children learn by reward system? So for example your your child is on the floor on. His belly doesn't crawl yet. E C a few on the Florida. You wants to reach, and you will find a way to reach it, and when you reach at the dopaminergic response gives him a big pleasure. Response will motivate him to try again to learn new stuff so learning especially motor learning is driven by the motivation to get that dopaminergic a response, so if you desensitize dopaminergic receptors, motor, learning and learning period will impair like Jaden. When he was like He. He's like twenty one months old now or something like that <hes>. When he was eighteen, he already knew all of his alphabet, so he knew all the letters. And you could actually spell his name at eighteen months. So that's a pretty good. E- knew something like. One hundred twenty five words and normally at eighteen. When we went to the doctor, they said nobody a child should learn at least three words by the time these months old. The actually wanted one. We went to the doctor for eighteen month checkup. The wanted to do a TV show with us because the is level of a of development adjusts like crazy, but that's when the code Kuban crisis happened, so we didn't do it. Again. I'm not saying that I'm smarter or is exceptional. It's just that the the lower dopaminergic over-stimulation and the fact that both my wife and I are mostly at home, so we can actually plan. Learning experiences sped up development now that led to some issue that we might need to resolve. Is that by over stimulating? We basically became the only source of his development and is. Slightly lacking in social conflict like when he's around, other people will just basically freeze, and it will take him up two or three minutes of. Is the situation to be somewhat comfortable then again. I'm like that so that might be genetic might not be my teaching thing that's. Always, learning frankly do better things, but I think the biggest thing is still. Diminish like balloon exposure as much as possible <unk>. Apparent is a coach. That's the <unk> another child best friend you not is. Is Boss. You're a coach. You should approach like a coach. You should lamb experiences so that the child can learn and try different things, so that's the main thing, and then of course what I'm doing different now is that we are at an age where he needs to become more more autonomous more doing things. Bhai himself so now we find that the EU really loves tractors, so we can actually play with his tractors in San for eight hours straight, so that allows me to do a lot more job, but more work, but that's the next step at first as a coach you you give him as many different experiences to develop his motor skills is absurd skills. Is Memories stuff like that is coordination and more and more advances in needs to be able to do is on staff. Set the activities you wants to do and create is on game, so that's pretty much

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Christian Thibaudeau on Adrenaline, Muscle Tone and Optimizing Training Splits

Just Fly Performance Podcast

05:33 min | 3 months ago

Christian Thibaudeau on Adrenaline, Muscle Tone and Optimizing Training Splits

"And. Kristin. It's awesome to have you back. I know last time we were talking a lot about child. Development and Development Ages Zero to two and I know. Your child is getting older How is your child growing impacted your thoughts and ideas? With with child development, and and how they're coming along. While it just confirms what I was saying at first. Any type of blue light or screen time is the number one enemy to children development, and what I mentioned. Is that what people don't understand? Is that these stimulus like your tablet, your cellphone smartphone? BIG-SCREEN TV all those types of devices emit blue light, which is one of the strongest dopamine receptors stimulator. It's so strong in fact that even in adult it can desensitize those receptors very easily. That's why it's addictive. Because when you stop doing it, you feel like crap. You feel depressed because you don't have the dopamine stimulation, the pleasure neurotransmitter that is strong enough to compensate for that going on, and how the Prom is that a child's brain. Is Not fully developed and much more fragile, and a stimulus is just way too strong for their brain to handle. You can actually permanently. Damage, the dopamine receptor, sensitivity and adult. If he becomes desensitized, you can do it what what's called a dopamine fast like you stop basically any type of dopaminergic like a YouGov, are kind of all phones and. Stuff like that. You Stop Smoking. You don't take drugs at similar dopamine and within ten days you can. Basically you regain your sensitivity charts. It's the damage. You're going to have a child with low motivation. IS PRONE TO DEPRESSION ONTO ZION? It's something you want. Also. There's a very strong connection between the efficiency of the dopamine system and learning especially motor learning the reason is that children learn by reward system? So for example your your child is on the floor on. His belly doesn't crawl yet. E C a few on the Florida. You wants to reach, and you will find a way to reach it, and when you reach at the dopaminergic response gives him a big pleasure. Response will motivate him to try again to learn new stuff so learning especially motor learning is driven by the motivation to get that dopaminergic a response, so if you desensitize dopaminergic receptors, motor, learning and learning period will impair like Jaden. When he was like He. He's like twenty one months old now or something like that When he was eighteen, he already knew all of his alphabet, so he knew all the letters. And you could actually spell his name at eighteen months. So that's a pretty good. E- knew something like. One hundred twenty five words and normally at eighteen. When we went to the doctor, they said nobody a child should learn at least three words by the time these months old. The actually wanted one. We went to the doctor for eighteen month checkup. The wanted to do a TV show with us because the is level of a of development adjusts like crazy, but that's when the code Kuban crisis happened, so we didn't do it. Again. I'm not saying that I'm smarter or is exceptional. It's just that the the lower dopaminergic over-stimulation and the fact that both my wife and I are mostly at home, so we can actually plan. Learning experiences sped up development now that led to some issue that we might need to resolve. Is that by over stimulating? We basically became the only source of his development and is. Slightly lacking in social conflict like when he's around, other people will just basically freeze, and it will take him up two or three minutes of. Is the situation to be somewhat comfortable then again. I'm like that so that might be genetic might not be my teaching thing that's. Always, learning frankly do better things, but I think the biggest thing is still. Diminish like balloon exposure as much as possible Apparent is a coach. That's the another child best friend you not is. Is Boss. You're a coach. You should approach like a coach. You should lamb experiences so that the child can learn and try different things, so that's the main thing, and then of course what I'm doing different now is that we are at an age where he needs to become more more autonomous more doing things. Bhai himself so now we find that the EU really loves tractors, so we can actually play with his tractors in San for eight hours straight, so that allows me to do a lot more job, but more work, but that's the next step at first as a coach you you give him as many different experiences to develop his motor skills is absurd skills. Is Memories stuff like that is coordination and more and more advances in needs to be able to do is on staff. Set the activities you wants to do and create is on game, so that's pretty much

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Roger Bennett (Men In Blazers) on the Return of the Premier League

ESPN Daily

06:41 min | 3 months ago

Roger Bennett (Men In Blazers) on the Return of the Premier League

"We Win Stadium you will be at home. I can promise you will feel you support. Stay safe. We are still with you and. You'll never walk alone. That was liberal F. C manager Jergen KLOPP in a message released yesterday. That will bring a tear, not just the eyes of his supporters. The dare I say anyone who cares about the most popular sports league in the world. That's right folks. After a three-month hiatus. The English Premier League is back today. Roger Bennett from men in blazers fills us in on these frantic few remaining weeks. So grab a pint and US as sub optimal tour of English soccer. I'm sorry, English football. I mean it comes. It's Wednesday. June seventeenth. This is ESPN daily. Presented by marathon. Roger! Kim's. Are you relieved? Your any skin daily and not my NFL pod, talking about your beloved quarterback Mitch Trubisky You Know God Love Mitch. trubisky is an incredible pressure to be knowing that your whole life is just destined to pan out to become the answer to a trivia question in about ten years, who was taken ahead of Deshaun Watson Patrick Mahomes. Roger Bennett is suffering bears fan. He's also the CO host of men in Blazers on the NBC. Sports Network and the men in Blazers podcast by just braced for him to end up with the green. Bay Packers, leading them on a fourth quarter drive two feet, my beloved Chicago Bears, and I can't wait for that movement. They'll probably deserve it. And we're not talking about bears football today. The wait is over the English premier league. The most Popular Sports League in the world is back after a one hundred day hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic Roger I'm sure you've been getting your fix from Bundesliga but I have to imagine the return of English. Soccer is hitting a little different for you. One hundred days feels like one hundred years to be candid. I've been staring at squirrels running up trees in the park, and feeling the adrenaline burst of a run through midfield, watching raindrops charge down my window and feeling just an incredible wing-play into play of missed from the primarily, but yes, it's back today with its global ratings I mean in Britain for much of Europe for much of the rest of the world outside of the United States, it's kind of a seismic as the NFL and the NBA rolled into with the Pantheon of heroes and villains to moments of glorious ecstasy, searing dispath fuse with dodgy haircuts snack tattoos. One hundred days off. When are going to have ninety two games scattered almost daily over the next couple of weeks. It's coming back because we love it because we miss it. It's coming back for. Hard news commercial reasons ultimately to an economic decision. It's going to come back and ghost game situation where it's fabulous. It's going to be different. The lack of an audience will have an impact on the football. We watched, but most importantly it is going to be good enough. It's GonNa. Be Great enough to connect us to a ruling global conversation and that's ultimately I think. Think we will miss about sports as our calling them. Ghost Games I hadn't heard that got left the Germans. They have a name for everything. Lay. They Call Them Guy Bela. And that is what they will be. Sam Darnold knows a thing or two about those back to English premier league, so we hit positive with most of the season done with exception of Liverpool they're. They're still to be decided. The top half of the table. Seven teams vying for five spots determine who will qualify for Champions League and Europa League which for those who don't know are the midseason European tournaments to be held next year. Roger Liverpool have clinched Champions League. Spot Manchester City has of course been banned from Champions League for Breaking Financial Fair play rules so that. That spot remains open despite city being second in the League. Right now. Arsenal wolves Chelsea Menu Lester Tottenham Sheffield all in the mix. What are you expecting to see from the top of the table? When the race for Champions League qualification, which is a bit like football's march madness, it's big tournament in which the best teams in the world. You're rail, Madrid, your boss Alana's. Para Sanjay Man's by Munich's compete all. Big English teams won't be in that for brand reasons for competitive reasons for commercial reasons and is. And completely wide open at the bottom of the table. All say English football has some Incorr- ellegation, which is if you watch game of thrones? It's a bit like the moon door. Teams get flung through that in baseball, the worst teams every year like the Orioles in the mall in which is flung out of the major leagues, the mooted, and in that place. We had the Tulsa drillers around rook. Rook Express and that is, it's a searing. It is a haunting. It is a savage palm of the global football tradition, and you have six teams at the bottom who are fighting to avoid what can be economically devastating their revenue roughly hauls flung out. The Premier League is savage for the fan base. One Minute. You are watching your team. Take to the glamorous fields, Manchester United and Arsenal the next. Round Brentford Luton Barnsley barring a miracle the Jewish using Norwich canaries will disappear, but there's five teams Aston. Villa Bouma th what furred and West Ham amongst them, two of which will go with them for the big story line. Meena is Liverpool Football Club. American owned little football. Club owned by the Boston Red SOx owners, F S J and their yearning. They're dreaming of a return to greatness that was once titletown by when I was a kid growing up in Liverpool. Just six points away from lending the title that they have dreamed of then. That is the great storyline of the season. On that note. This Sunday. The team that you root for I'm sorry. I'm getting a producer this side you support. Everton, we'll be squaring off against Liverpool. They are twenty five points clear off the other teams in the League, and there's possibility they can clinch the title at Goodison Park Against Your beloved Everton on Sunday

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Video appears to show a white woman setting fire to Wendy's in Atlanta where Rayshard Brooks was killed

Chris Plante

06:14 min | 3 months ago

Video appears to show a white woman setting fire to Wendy's in Atlanta where Rayshard Brooks was killed

"Talking about the police shooting in Atlanta Georgia Friday night riot Saturday night the Wendy's burned by some white girls the some of those some of the audio is actually a little bit humor with the bystander apparently a black guy watching this white girl try to torch the Wendy's and he's like don't give this one else there's that making video of this white girl trying to not doing a very good job but I guess eventually got it set on fire real good and there's a ten thousand dollar reward out for this handy for looking white girl who was there being an arsonist because you know they're not very well adjusted something like that it is a another at that no matter how you slice it another tragic situation with a twenty seven year old man Richard Brooks who was shot to death on Friday night drunk driving stop failed to preserve radi testa place went to put the cuffs on him to arrest him for his drunk driving offense he decided instead to start punching them and fighting the man down and that was a pretty capable of doing that and two police officers fighting and everybody's on the ground there there did at least minor injuries being doled out and and brochure Brooks grabbed the taser from one of the police officers that tasers going up he's running away the taser goes off again and Mister Brooks is shocked and and he was killed and and it was one of these situations where I gotta tell you know we all sit here like referees watching instant replays on on these these circumstances because everything's on video now and I watch about an hour and a half worth of body cam video yesterday and and I I don't know him did he did he have to shoot Richard Brooks when he's running away did you have to know what is the training what is the what is the normal procedure he was being perfectly reasonable during the sobriety test and so on until they went to put the handcuffs on him and told him that he was impaired and they were placing him under arrest and then a felony assault on a police officer repeated counts of stripping the place up sort of taser weapon they're evading the police running away on foot and then turning on and fight if he hadn't pulled the taser and turned and fired the taser I don't think there'd be any question and that the police officer should not have shot and and still let's look there's going to be it's going to be hotly debated there's not going to be a lot of agreement on this I can I can assure you that it's a terrible set of circumstances then came the riots and the burning of the Wendy's at the CNN crew was assaulted by the mob and their their camera was damaged or destroyed or or something and and so there is some is tab for more riots and and and it's not perfectly clear cut some eye witnesses and this is a classic example I witnesses who who saw it from afar said everything was perfectly going perfectly they're having a reasonable conversation all true until bystanders said the witness said that until they went to arrest him for nothing well they didn't go to arrest him for nothing they went to arrest him for drunk driving after going through what they call an investigation the procedure that sobriety tests and and and you know walking follow my finger and then blow into this tube and I had a failed miserably at the sobriety test he was being taken into custody because drunk driving is taken very seriously and they don't just let people go when you're caught driving drunk these days and so he was when he was being taken into custody decided to fight the police grabbed a taser and run and and it ended up being fatally shot being killed by the police now whose fault is that if that's the question that made that the answer is relay the escalating it to that judge to that level was the fault of Richard Brooks you know he's the one who assaulted the place and took off and took the taser and fired at now are in police training says that if you may be incapacitated as they buy a taser then you may lose control of your service weapon and that's very much frowned upon and if somebody's willing to beat you throw you to the ground punch you take your taser and and and pays you you should also probably assume and I think training would teach that that person would also be capable of taking your pistol from you and then your and a whole nother level of danger and and so I played audio from the fraternal order of police guy who said that in most your as the training is that a taser is a lethal confrontation because you could be incapacitated and you have a firearm and so it is according to most police training that the FOB guy said that he has a lethal encounter or a potentially lethal encounter and that and that legitimizes lethal force watching the video you might not come to that conclusion and I know I'm kind of I'm kind of angry about it to tell you the truth because I wish that this hadn't happened and and wouldn't happen but the ideas don't drive really really drunk passed out in your car in the drive through line at the Wendy's when the police come a day they told him to pull his car over there and he drove it up over the curb and crashed into the bushes and stuff and then when you're caught for drunk driving in the place got a put the cuff Sonya don't attack them and commit felony assaults on police officers and take the taser and run away shooting the taser at them all of that is behavior that is not recommended behavior at and the police officer shooting I can't get inside of his mind at that moment and know exactly what he was thinking but he had just been punched and kneed and thrown to the ground and pummeled and and was in a fight the adrenaline was pumping and piece of art police equipment was taken that can incapacitate a police officer who has a pistol and if he is incapacitated is pistol could be taken and so goes the training all right so according to the F. O. P. anyway so there we have it and and it's and it's just a horrible situation another tragic horrible situation

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Ellen and Yvette In Lockdown

Mentally Yours

05:17 min | 3 months ago

Ellen and Yvette In Lockdown

"Hey if it's been like a long time since you've just had like just one on one chat. Offset. Bits of the country and. Fire laptops and things. It's really strange, isn't it? We thought would dip in different episodes this week because we didn't have an expert on talking about you know the bigger picture. How people being affected across the country? If they have mental health issues during the pandemic we thought well. Why don't we talk about how we've been affected? Just so that people consider I. Guess get like a first person kind of. Account, because as I feel like a ban on this by about constantly, but you know I've got bipolar disorder and you've got the. Seating his. Fun But. It's nice to like maybe this hour. Bet as well and say you know when not experts here's how we're doing. How you guys doing is all. Like come chat. Please do as well because obviously. This is just a punk cost between two people right now, but like talk to us on twitter facebook again definitely. Correct! Yeah, so affects great, which is mentally ill, also mentally Juarez's the twitter. Absolutely I feel that. Give out advice about. We'll stick to routine and do some exercise, but like. Is Hard radio sniff. I mean white sticking tour routine. Because I. Know I would have done though is off to speaking to all these experts said constantly. How good routine is fuel mental health I have Rishon out my routine and on Sundays. Yeah, it isn't. It isn't 'cause, but the thing is like most days I managed to stick to it, and then I feel like a loser because I haven't done it, so the thing is the moment like my sleep is very bad, so even had a sleep expert on gave his tips it still like. It hasn't managed to stop me from I. Wake Radio early now, so my routine. It's like get up at seven o'clock but. My. But I'm actually waking up like three am. Four am five am. And really full of adrenaline Sir I. Don't feel I can go back to sleep at that point. So you get open. Do stuff or do you just stay in bed? He has an. Varies an I it something I really am trying to keep an eye on and keep track of because. Some days I wake up without of energy I'll be really creative rows of style for like writer. The song like. I'll just at one point Nephew's birthday and I made minimum. A. Birthday, cake and a list and very helpful, but at the same time Hossam is just dislike I. Really need to be careful because the fight. What I'm describing is like. the the initial phases of potentially a hyper manic episode. So so all this creativity is great, but possibly is always thinking I. Really need to translate down. So what I do is already do one thing at a time, so even if I woken up at the a goal is ideas I'll be like well or so I'm Gonna I'm going to. Write, this thing I'm I'm going to do this of cleaning. I'M GONNA. Do but what can happen, is I want to do lots of stuff in between like I'll start doing the washing up. Then I'll start doing something, but what? I'll try to slow down as like. I'll do the washing up and finish it, and then all right some hurt tree, and finish them or like is is a bit. Crazy. You? You were going into hyper mania. What would? What would you do like? Are you able to kind of okay? This is what I need to do or is it I need kind of emergency urgent. Help at this point well, I mean the things like hyper menu mania. That's the thing like I'm not I'm not actually even that. Maybe. I'm maybe not even that worried about high mania because menu was manulife manual. When I've had it before is actually losing touch with the vanisi psychosis oldest gagged and stuff where you could potentially sections. Mania is things like to me is like spending lots of money impulsively being creative. Big Very talkative like so Yeah, it's not ideal, and in terms of I mean to want to question in terms of like how how do I deal with that I mean? The things I've escaped like trying to slow down. Do One thing at a time I mean I have friends in my my mom said of checking checking off mate, not like in a way that they really ever talk about disorder, but they are regularly checking. Who May which is useful? Because if I stopped telling them that I think I can fly or something. They'll. Hopefully they'll nice young hopefully. Things I mean like my mom's sort of been through this with me before like so she. She knows like in my voice. On Hammond Speaking Mike where I am pretty much emotionally and I've identified you. I've been supreme much through all through the pandemic anyway like I've had at the moment I'm going to high, but in the post of being a bit of depression.

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How Does Anxiety Work?

BrainStuff

03:43 min | 4 months ago

How Does Anxiety Work?

"It's perfectly natural to be feeling anxious. Everyone does sometimes and there are plenty of things that anyone can do to help combat it a Christian goes through a few ideas end of the episode but in this one we wanted to talk about what's going on in the brain when anxiety becomes a disorder. Here's Christian brain stuff it's Christian Sager here. Listen I get anxious you do too but hey it is totally normal and healthy response. That keeps us from doing things that might actually be dangerous. Like sticking your hand in a fire for instance but when anxiety is so pervasive that it interferes with your daily life it becomes a disorder and most researchers believe that disorder begins in your brain there several types of anxiety disorders phobias. Ptsd and OCD. Or just a few and some forty million American adults suffer from an anxiety disorder according to the National Institute of Mental Health. But let's focus today on general anxiety disorder which affects close to seven million adults in his twice as likely in women. You're constantly anticipating a threat or disaster. That isn't actually present. Maybe you're worried about money. Health family or work in despite reality you'll expect the worst. The symptoms include restlessness fatigue difficulty concentrating irritability muscle tension and sleep disturbances. The symptoms officially become a disorder. When you can't control your worry for at least six months you may still be social or even employed but people with general anxiety disorder can have difficulty carrying out even the simplest of daily activities experts. Believe that general anxiety disorder is caused by both biological factors and life experiences good old combination of nature and nurture but anxiety is also recognized by many as an emotional response with neurobiological routes simply put the neural pathways in our brains sometimes lead to irrational anxiety in stressful situations encourage us to develop associations with those pathways by influencing which neuro chemicals pass through them the same way you learn to tie your shoe you can also learn to be anxious the neurons in your brain fire and overtime. They get wired together. One stressful thing like being stuck in traffic leads you to think of another stressful thing lake a car crash. She wants survived. And this activates. A part of the brain stem called the locus serious. This triggers the symptoms of anxiety by releasing neuro epinephrine into your spinal cord and parts of your brain while hormones like adrenaline and cortisol spread through your body. It's supposed to initiate an analgesic response to suppress pain and initiate defense. When you're under threat like if you were actually in a car crash and injured but when there isn't any actual threat all were left with is the jitters of anxiety a couple other things about the brain contribute to anxiety. Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital found that people with a thicker venturo medial. Prefrontal CORTEX are less likely to get anxiety. Basically some brains have more armor against inducing situations than others. We don't have enough

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"adrenalin" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

02:19 min | 8 months ago

"adrenalin" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"Shopping the area that you have to cut between. There's another sign that says you know ground transportation baggage and it points you back in the same direction so you have all these people that are following each other following the herd going back and forth when right there in the center is the stairs. I don't notice following Eros and you're following people because well we all got off the plane together with A. We're all GONNA go to the same place together but it would actually be funny social experiment if in an airport or or a mall or even a place like this you just had eros rose that zigzag you through but brought you back to the same place to see how many laps people would do before they realized. This isn't rice. Need to pay attention. Don't always follow the hurt. How do you know when to follow the herd? And we're not too well. It depends on what that threat is. I mean obviously fire in the smell of fire and you know Almost every situation is going to Kinda dictate but when you hear the gunshots. That's where it's specific right. Yes don't want to go in the go the wrong way without knowing what's there and so And even applied you know and niece when you know they decided to go rent a van and start or run a big you know utility truck and star running these Baloney people you know. I don't know where it's coming. I'm from you just see people piling out away. They don't even see the truck. You know at tunnel vision and that Adrenalin sometimes can blind. You can deafen you. And that's another reason why you got some time. Just got to take a moment in really force yourself to open up your aperture and pay attention to that environment and obviously you can't take it all in and you know when you're just walking down the street you hear guys talking about situational awareness and the reality is if you try to pay attention to everything you'll see nothing short you know. got a a narrow it down based on. What are the possible threats? I could run into all. I'm there and then look for those indicators. It's much easier than just trying to look at everything I imagine too is doing that. Prior to a situation happening right so walk into an event center like this or you walk into a mall you walk into a restaurant evaluating hitting those things prior to something going down. It's GonNa put you in a much better position than the first time you consider. It is when the gun goes off right. You're training your brain..

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"adrenalin" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

10:18 min | 8 months ago

"adrenalin" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"That's friends without the our best fiends shall do that. ESPN okay so basically a mad at doubletree mad at double the they did say at the end of the article they like. Don't worry guys that the astronauts aboard the ISS will be given the opportunity to an enjoy special prebaked doubletree cookies since those baked in the prototype of an will return to earth so like but they don't get that for a few weeks so they had to do their experiment. Thank about cookies. Send the cookies back home and then and have to wait around for doubletree. Descend them already. Baked ones as such an odd thing. It's strange to me that these brilliant bet. That's what I'm getting. Yeah yeah wasting their Goddamn time. Baking doubletree cookies. Yeah they've been reduced to domestic goddesses in the in-space correct act. No thank you unless Doubletree doubletree right. I just don't like this mission. Yeah isn't that yeah sorry. Tin Around no please. I love this when we were in Orlando. We went to all the parks and we went to epcot and they have this fucking ride. I love fired up susie. This is great. I can't even wait for what's going to come out it's called I think mission space okay. And it's virtual reality scenario but is that why we're using air quotes like ride. I don't even know if it is a right. I don't know if it was actually moving or not. Oh that's that's how real whoa was and how intense it. Well I don't like was hit moving like I still don't know what it was like. He's so you've I've been on the one at Disneyland here the Star Tours Star Wars. I think so so. It's way different than way more more than that. This was unlike anything told me it's awesome. I WanNa do it again. Like how it was life changing. It's like when you did shrimp trims than you are forever. Shall we were in this pod and they closed the doors just the four of us and you know it's virtual reality so it's consuming. I mean they have like a fan on USA stimulates that sensory experience and fuck. I'm pretty sure I went to Mars. Oh my God you're the moon or something that's really cool. It was really intense and Lincoln did it with me. And maybe that's why I was worried that he was gonNA be like it. Had AIRSICK bags for everybody. You get one automatically in airsick bag. They know that you might be. Oh my God I thought they were just like you know trying to keep with the noble. That's because people might need it for sure. Okay so tell me what happened so you go in there and it's the pod and then are you green. You said you said and they make you wear that harnessed that you wear on like really intense coasters so I is that adding to Ooh I think it does move it spins I think oh I think it does been. Yeah but maybe it doesn't. Yeah and I just think that so adams like he didn't go on so he was like I'm going to go on Youtube and watch it. Yeah it doesn't look scary it all. Of course I because you need to be physically in the environment like it's all that shows it's like they're so good at giving you. They're filling in all the holes your brain and like anywhere where your brain would normally fill in there like doing the work for you allow man you know. He like gathering information from your surroundings. So if you're like Oh yeah moving. It's Wendy's would like we went on a boat. We went fishing the Christmas Day. I got back I was like. Oh my God. I can't can't stop feeling like I'm on a boat still. Yeah and then on my My coffee table. Your that thing. That happens when you have a wine glass and and there's some water on the table and the wine glass move. I was like vesey making me feel correct because my visual experience right now confirming the physical like is my house moving like I have not had that much drink. Why do I feel like this? And it was like tripping me out that the table looked like it was moving so in my in my attempts to look at the table to steady myself. It didn't even how it made it. Worse maybe hey. Is anybody else experiencing this and they were like we warrant until you started talking about it yet. They had little vertigo to. Yeah and it wasn't until I kept like I can't. I don't know if it's one of those things where like it's Kinda like we're talking about in the past episode of the the the crease in the sock where as soon as I started thinking about it I just can't stop. Yeah where I draw. I drew my attention to this feeling. And then I or like when you have something in your teeth and you pick at it and then like even when it's gone you're like yeah and like other people are just so good at being in moment and we're like playing a game cards and they were playing cards and I can't stop thinking that I'm on about how they were fine until I kept bringing up and I'd be like oh it's happening again and they stopped saying that it's happening to me to now when you say it doesn't take much to alter your reality and that's why you know things like witness testimony in whatever nothing nothing alterman and we're susceptible to hypnosis and all those kind of like yeah Mike I'm totally. It's like that that Fox mulder. moulder poster I want to believe as so it's so real for me. It's like my brain's like this to make it through. Yeah you would. I love this this ride man. I know I was amazed because I will. I will completely immerse myself in that. It doesn't take much so that's why when you said. They had airsick bags I was like. Oh well that really adds to the at the the ambience just like it really is creating the CNA might be that you know. I- parents instruct their kids out because he was totally fine. I'm sure I was projecting. There was something else that you did this about. Yeah it all the time with him. I'm the worst mom. It's like a snow plow parent. It's totally fine. Mom Yeah he was worried. Because you each get assigned job and you're supposed to push buttons and you really are supposed to say override. I didn't do any of them. He was just like how will I know when he was ask. And how smart smart see nothing is not thought through especially at Disneyland. Yeah that yeah is a way to combat fear and anxiety and children's because you're giving them task it's so genius this is what has he everything released him and this is like the same reason why I love the Jewish faith and when they die at bury them through all these roles because it keeps you busy and give something to do and then you don't have a breakdown. So that's what they're doing for your child. Yeah I mean give them a task. I used to be critical of the Disney Corporation. But what they're doing yeah. It was a magical experience whole. That's great glad that you got that. Yeah I WANNA do it again though but I bet they don't have it at Disneyland. His new land. Maybe they don't not Regular Zealand now. That's kind of like a special. That whole Epcot area can love Epcot. Yeah they can drink there if you want. You can eat nice food because it's like isn't it like all different cultures represented and I feel like there's there's one that people get mad isn't there. Oh do you know what I'm talking about. No but that's fine. Yeah scandal. There's like some it's Somebody maybe I just read this somewhere. A long time ago it was like Nationality not at Epcot. That's it's like an obvious one. I don't know where it seems like. There's an agenda. Yeah Well it was fine when we went through the UK area. They had efficient chip shop and smelled like England. And that was nice for Adam all. I love that Donald Simulation. Oh here's a fun behind the scenes Disney story. My sister-in-law is a bus driver for Disney. And she happens to work the the Epcot beat her job is in the evening a quitting time she goes back behind of cut and picks up all the cast members of that school. But they're really all from those countries so she picks except like the Japanese Catherine and the French ones and we were having a conversation about like. Do you notice any different. Oh my God gene. Good question so l.. Find when she said one thing is like it's not a good son an accurate representation because pretty much. Everyone that works for Disney is Super Nice. Oh yes they're like even a two who in the morning afterwards. Thanks so much yeah You probably don't know the truth but you know like the French guys are all smoking looking before they go like that. This is really good and I thought what an interesting bus route to take like you take a ride through the world. So do they people at Disney make an effort to hire people who are from whatever you epcot at like you have to be from that country. My Gosh that's cool. Yeah and so. They're all native from the wherever. They're representing it kind of gives you that. Yes and if you were somebody because I can imagine people who are like everybody should get whatever if you're somebody who from one of these countries and you wanted to. I don't know show people a little bit about. I think it's a great. I think it's fun especially the kind of if you're not going to travel to. Maybe you're choosing a Disneyland trip over an international to get that and this is what I was saying to so when he was on our show. which is that you can?.

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"adrenalin" Discussed on The Allergy Today Podcast

The Allergy Today Podcast

07:40 min | 11 months ago

"adrenalin" Discussed on The Allergy Today Podcast

"And welcome back to the allergy today. Podcast it's Alice here. And I'm really delighted to introduce this week's episode which is appropriate uh-huh Bumper juic- few minutes of your time while about forty minutes. I think. Greece and Quentin went to the free from an allergy shampoo which is an absolutely amazing place to find out about. Free from brands. Both established a new ones and to go to workshops about managing anxiety. He living with Celia disease and just lows more. So it's a real gold. My anybody who is living with allergies wants to learn more about how to do that in a safe safe and positive way we will have from some brilliant people amy Allen who is algae stalls on instagram. Tom Kelly from the brilliant brilliant may contain and of course Tanya at La perouse from the amazing Natasha's foundation as well as our own very holroyd. God who is what allergy on her own platform. That I'm Quentin is the host most leading the whole thing. I have to say as well. That one re-conquest Quenton recorded this. They were in the middle of like a massive exhibitions sentences. So you might find it. Just attach outy but that's just the way it. It was absolutely gutted. I couldn't be there myself but I am really delighted. That Rhythm Quinton. We're able to take part in such an important date the calendar for anyone living with allergies and we also shed ten top tips for how to use auto injectors when someone is having a reaction so sit back relax and enjoy. Enjoy this episode of the allergy. Today I'm going to save now. Hello hello everybody. And welcome to the allergy today. Podcast we're live at the allergy and free from show in Liverpool. I'll introduce you to our guests. First of all Amy Allen. Hello I'm I'm a Mama. Three primary schoolteacher and have a successful instagram page called allergy stars where we aim to raise awareness of children with alledges ages. This is all come about because of my daughter has severe peanut and nut challeges and next to you is Dan Kelly. I am done on the founder Behind the Algebra called may contain. So it's drug more aimed at like the eighteen to twenty six euros like thrown open of moving away some really trying to break down that stigma and give young some people speak up about allergy. Always Co two auto jettison next to you is Tanya Edna Peruse my dot says she died from an anaphylactic reaction in two thousand sixteen. We had an inquest last year. which was really publicized and following that? We set up the Natasha Allergy Research Foundation. We were really really clear that there's a huge gap in research. Not Enough being done in our is setting in this country not enough sort of from the VHS and we're looking to change that on you've done amazing things so far with the TASHA's law should not be underestimated because that's made a massive difference to all all of us with allergies and we'll continue to do so we'll come back and talk some more and on the end of the line here is my co host Ruth La Quenton. I'm Ruth Holroyd and I blog and the active on instagram. My blog is called. WHAT ALLERGY DOT com? I've had allergies. All My life started for the Penology and I've been on the allergic march ever since collecting new anyone's dairy wheat and soy too many mention so we always joke about this. Because I've got about five allergies. Ruth House twenty-five Allergies Dan. You got just the one. Well I say just the one. It's all no so. Yeah the boy I'll be. I'll be safe and Tanya the the journey you've been through which has been horrific and no parent should have to go through that. Tell me about Natasha's allergies. What she allergic to say? Natasha had a fast anaphylactic. It reaction when she was six months old to banana. Tiny little piece and she had an anaphylactic reaction. We then all-star doctor when she was nine months old is our problem putting on formula and cow's milk and they said no note should be fine so we gave a cow's milk formula. She had another reaction. She tried to sesame seed Stich touch let it blew up so we need. Sesame was a problem and we'll capture away from nuts. We never should have had had that diagnosis. It wasn't offered but we felt it's easier to avoid it than I am says morality. Amy You've got any allergies allergies but so you didn't know anything about allergies until you're does. We were thrust into the world villages three years ago when she had her first reaction to you. Well peanut sauce and it really is. I never had any allergies. I never really experienced. What people with allergies you? Just have to go through and one of the things we've all got in common. Is that when you meet people who don't have allergies. They either. Don't believe you think you're you're fussy or they just don't know what to do so we've all had very different experiences of that Tanya. What what was your experience with Natasha? When you've got a son Alex as well allergic to anything? No no allergies. Yeah so what was your experience with an attache growing up. Yeah it was it. It was really difficult. I mean when she was little just going into people's homes so hard she's got asked Smith from milk proteins in the ass so if somebody pizza the night before four and it was winter so they didn't open the windows. She'd have a huge Asmara. Talk and we'd have to leave home. Say in the beginning I think it was family actually getting family to understand the seriousness because they would help with child care and then when she started school. I mean there are so many stories we could be here for hours. It was really really really difficult as she got older trying to get her friends to understand the severity take because they thought she was exaggerating and she was attention seeking so so she suffered with that quite a bit and then becoming a teenager and wanting to be like everybody else and not being able to be that that was difficult not done. What was your experience when you became a teenager did you? Did you take your allergies less seriously or did you take them more seriously. I think there's something more is order. Become a bit more educated about this aversive allergies on reading a bit more into it and I think me personally I definitely was more. Oh kind of on the ball with make did always carry the jets when on with anything. More confident to be vocal about allergies so is making sure my friends knew what to do for action. So That's interesting is about your friends as well when you've been a big campaign for teaching people how to use auto injectors and so on I think for me. It's always been very important because when I meet someone new off me and new friend or stranger. What people don't know how to administer the all the Austin the gesture? Everyone thinks general. Everyone thinks she stopped the jetsons at the heart because our it's perceived in films so in a lot of these Hollywood films the show show the way to use your jeter so I'm really trying to raise awareness about the correct way to use the art and jeter so essentially it's adrenaline so when you have a severe eh allergic reaction you next swells and you can't breathe so the jets gives you an extra lifeline. Wish you always get to the hospital in time but everyone does.

"adrenalin" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"adrenalin" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Yes okay and and so we want to look at the the component of I don't use emotions in my practice but we start there we don't stay with it so in other words what's the zero to ten of the emotion of that maybe frustration or even sadness or something whatever it is yeah I'd say that there are eight nine yeah okay now because of the silence issue that we we we don't wanna encounter anymore on the rest of the call tonight so we're gonna work this way do you have a word for a higher power if you do you don't have to but do you have a word you like to use the higher powers it was good that way higher power to be okay great so I'm gonna speak some words out loud conseiller odd but if it helps us I know does it matter no it's fine and I can also talk John while you're going through and being the ambassador I am currently a moment let me do a little bit family in C. okay would you notice in that where do you feel in your body you said it was eight or nine yeah it's in the heart and kind of feel like in the adrenaline coursing through the body okay excellent yet so give me a moment you know go ahead yeah give me a moment Joe I'm really glad you asked the question because I feel the same way and that's a lot of us have that same issue and I do feel that you when you send art adrenaline exactly the same way so right here they are very powerful feeling yeah I get it and and it's like nothing calms it right a lot of deep breathing hello good good no that's that's very helpful funny because that people refer to me as having the the end so chill you sound side different story I love that you know that about yourself though and the if I can find yeah okay have that feeling just check that area out the Justin because the throat area you see what you notice it cited yeah okay what's what's left in other words when we check in with what what we want to see the sensation though is we wanna see what's here we also want to see that sometimes it can shift to a different perspective so in other words it might have been initially frustration or anger and then it might move to maybe some regret or sinus or something like that not always but we just want to see the current experience and not assume anything so many humans assume it's almost like we go to a family reunion and just assume they're all going to be a certain way and that negative expectation can lead to it showing up that way it's kind of a paradox so we just wanna be where we are and just see what how does that feel around that issue in your life it feels the it feels kind of tough to feel it yeah okay might be gone in other words so if we don't Kerry that frequency our experience in life is going to shift it that physics now it now here's what's funny about this sometimes I feel that the universe or the reflection to be a little ghosting or a little residual energy beneath the surface or on some other level and in its most likely get tested once or twice and it's and it's not like the the the anybody out there suggesting is it's almost like it's built into the system in other words something might happen to see or give us the opportunity to respond differently and so we want to make sure that we don't fall back into any old pattern but just noticing I'm feeling this I'm going to go with that and trust that heart level and see and then you establish a new neural pathway that will lead to completely different behavior and of course a different reflection different people different circumstance that can show up in your life yeah are you are you say yes then by the feeling the experience in the heart or in the area that you're feeling that how does that change the neural pathway it's almost you know when when you exhibit when you get a new behavior or you shift something underneath it give space for something else to show up when we demonstrate behavior in that new way we start to bridge near start to you know things form that create new behavior and this is kind of a very simplified way of saying what you feel is a good indicator that things can shift we went to go with that new space we create we clear something specially in any worker therapist meditation yoga this work and as you can to create that new channel of energy it's it's bridging it's making it more the norm as opposed to you know it's never enough you know that you are feeling before now you may not even need their approval or you know your enough in your heart and you attract a circumstance where you feel supported in that that kind of thing is what we're saying is that how you feel Joe I mean it's amazing how quickly that happens yeah I unfortunate to take another break but Joe and joint that feeling and and have.

"adrenalin" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"adrenalin" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"You have just an amazing amazing list of of these things that affect more than half the population at least one or two of these things things like road rage at a major issue. That's in my twenties I was I was a total jerk when I was young and <hes> certainly we talk about excess adrenaline. I I could see that being part of this but there's a flip side when Nick foles was on the show. This is a super bowl m._v._p.. We talked about his wife. Tories condition called pots <hes> which is essentially essentially a low blood pressure disorder where you stand up you get low blood pressure. There's not enough blood flow in your brain. You feel like crap you. You can't pay attention. The body will compensate for pots by increasing adrenaline in order your blood sugar up so you don't pass out out what's the role of progesterone and adrenaline in this surprisingly common condition well again. <hes> because adrenaline is involved. <hes> I think the actually the caused I suppose is actually due to increased to begin with us this evening. Too much adrenaline causes pots but lowering Adrenalin makes the symptoms worse well if they have a you know what they call <hes> positional hypertension yep but <hes> mm-hmm but all the symptoms of pods of related to excess adrenal so my feeling is treat the symptoms <hes> I you know I've never had a patient with pot so it's hard for me to <hes> the but you know when it comes to road rage you get sometimes people wind up going to anger management class which does absolutely nothing. I think that's actually kind of funny understanding. That emotions happened before thoughts. I I always find it. Kinda funny like Oh. I'm going to think my way out of an emotion that was how I tried to live my life for a long time and I have a different mindset on that now but yeah reducing the source of the rage is probably GonNa be more effective than learning how to think harder about the ridge. <hes> MAITLAND's remember it only takes twenty four hours to get rid of road rage. It's all attack using.

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"adrenalin" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"adrenalin" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Member. I didn't doing hormones for a long time and and what I what I found is is basically there's only one problem when <hes> in using suggestion is when people have <hes> have what's called type three diabetes <hes> which is insulin resistance in the brain and and one of the characteristics suggestion is that it it increased it actually causes some degree of insulin resistance which is a good thing because it prevents people from getting sleepy and <hes> people don't get sleepy when they're driving or as a passenger when they start using restaurant. I you know myself I used to slap my face when I was driving trying to keep my eyes open but it was just too low sugar from Tula Chancellor Anyway so so the point is is that <hes> when people have which called insulin resistance in the brain <hes> and then they used for gesture right away. Hey get even more insulin resistance and the body has even a harder time getting sugar into the rain sales and there's an immediate release of excess adrenaline so in that situation <hes> you know people that's the only downside using professional but it's also a good thing because there is no test for insulin resistance in the brain. <hes> you only find out about once you develop Alzheimer's rice and dill dill Bredesen's would agree wrote. The end of Alzheimer's has been on the show so what you're saying is is now entering the mainstream which is awesome so so basically the only tester is to determine if somebody has type three diabetes or resistance to the brain is using progesterone so somebody uses professionally getting get palpitations increasing increasing anxiety or whatever them than the likelihood is they either have type three diabetes to begin with or they just have no fuel in the brain and <hes> and the projection is actually hindering getting trigger into the brain so <hes> you know but other than that there is no I have not run into any downsides progression <hes> so it's a relatively you know relatively safe format when you compare it to other hormone you mentioned using it with kids. I mean so chill A._d._H._d.. Say a pump on the back of the neck before bed or before meals or well kit kit kit kids with A._d._H._d.. You're GonNa they can actually tolerate digestion four times a day to begin with <hes> <hes> but you can talk to their doctor. I even the stuff's available over the counter or you think it's so safe in and well let me remind people doctors don't get training and hormones a fair point and and right away as soon as you mentioned hormones contraction. They'll say no but the question is you know what if what if what if they doing to help you know. I don't know <hes> severe point well. It's just there's nothing nothing for children with better bedouin. There's it's nothing <hes> used to get bazo precedent in anti heretical hormone <hes> until the F._D._a.. May Stop but right now. They have nothing to treat children bed-wetting but like I say you can get rid of bed wetting and twenty four hours. Just why lowering Adrenalin and you you you have to use progesterone to do that. You know you weigh the downsides way up sites and and might might feeling is that the fetus can tolerate such incredibly. I mean incredibly high levels of progesterone. Why can't children tolerate? I hear you only have forty years of treating patients. I'm I'm presuming including children with this so this clinical experience of.

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"adrenalin" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"adrenalin" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Strength of gesture and that's available without a prescription and people use one pump of that an blocks well drilling well and before every meal the while the reason for that is as soon as people put food in their mouth the body's pretty out insulin and when insult goes up blood sugar drops and remember when blood sugar drops the body puts out more adrenaline so one of the ways controlling adrenaline is to control insulin and that's what's Nice about digestion is at you know it controls both insulin Adrenalin <hes>. It's really a miracle type hormone <hes> that is not really well understood by the medical community will keep your insulin Alan down and one of the biggest things so I know that you're also interested in anti-aging my my new book on aging just hit preorder Amazon is called superhuman but one of the big things that helps you prevent aging is stopping post-prandial post-prandial <hes> high blood sugar in other words after you have a meal your blood sugar spikes and that causes some of the problems in aging. Are you proposing that putting progesterone cream on before a meal could to help with that spike in bludger happens after meal well I don't. I don't necessarily think it's that excess sugar that speeds up the aging. I think it's the production of insulin so against insulin's there but but low insulin is actually more dangerous than high insulin excellent. Isn't it well. I'm not talking about low insulin. I'm talking about you know. Insulin is a hormone that speeds up the aging process yeah so I think it's the what you're talking about from an anti-aging Stamford. Well you know here here you go into the field of what they called Telomeres Yup. We've definitely had several episodes keillor's. I think a lot of the audience knows but define them for the people who may be new to the show well it. It's just a a segment of <hes> on the end of certain chromosomes probably all chromosomes Thomasson said quote telomeres and they are being shorter your life fan but I just want to say that stress is one of the major factors that actually short telomeres <hes> and again you don't blocking adrenaline Roland prevent stress or eliminate stress so <hes> so from an anti aging standpoint. I would say that progesterone is way up there. In terms of anti-aging. There's definitely a a big role for that <hes> and I actually did a bunch of research on the POS perennial problem but also talking about the role of progesterone during hormone replacement therapy and all apart from its effects on adrenaline so I mean do people you said a very very big thing and I'm not sure that I I fully understand it. <hes> to the extent you do but I feel like some of the anti-ageing experts. I've interviewed if they heard you say there's no such thing as it's too much progesterone they might do a backflip about well. You know <hes> member..

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"adrenalin" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"adrenalin" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Feet insomnia even tonight us and each of these I know other causes and other things that will get rid of them. Almost all all of them well none none none none will eliminate tonight as quickly as putting suggestion in the back of the net that we're here. We're talking about five six minutes and this works for almost everyone half of people tonight's I would say more than half. I'd say probably ninety five percent <hes> very interesting <hes>. How do we know that adrenaline is not a symptom that it's a cause <hes> NO I? I hear what you're saying but <hes> no. I think it's a 'cause I I don't see it as being a symptom. Here's why I'm asking fascinating interview in the first one hundred interviews on bulletproof radiate with Dr Dwight Jennings things <hes> and he's found through twenty five years of neurological dentistry that if he adjusts the height of someone's rear molars he can get rid of tonight s and sleep apnea and a bunch of other conditions A._d._H._d.. H._D._A. Bliss that's probably fifty percent overlap with the list we just talked about <hes> and the mechanism of action he describes it. Reduces substance P like the pain signaling molecule in the body which allows the body to relax people who you have a jobless alignment will routinely have sympathetic nervous over activation and thus excess adrenaline so he corrects the jaw adrenaline drops symptoms go away well. I hear that but but I think the PROXIMAL 'cause people that he's dealing with have access to begin with and caused a misalignment because it caught T._m.. Jay is one of the problems for grace as Ronald and <hes> and so if you fix adrenaline people's team j just goes away at that yes that's cool. Okay that would that would point towards the Journal and being a core 'cause all right now. We're now. We're getting somewhere. This is fascinating okay. There's a drug called a Beta blocker and I've recommended that to a few friends who <unk> are unable to speak in public with any other thing that they just freak out so McKay you should go talk to your doctor and see if you get a prescription for the stuff and see if it's medically safe and all that and then they do it and it suppresses their excess adrenaline. They're fine. Should everyone with us list of symptoms symptoms just take a little bit of adrenal blunting medication and be done with it well again you know here with dealing with bandaids again well. It's you know Beta blockers block adrenaline. There's no question but they also have their own little <hes> list list of side effects and you know clothing impotence is what one of the side effects and their anti thyroid drugs so but wouldn't it be better just to lower adrenaline to begin with <hes> of course. I'm just saying I I may be wrong but now you have forty years of experience experimenting with this and seeing what happens clinically. That's why you're listening to you. The the wisdom of elders is something I'm a huge fan of so betablockers aren't the answer what about say taking adrenal extracts. You can get glandular extracts. I've used those quite quite extensively where you have the raw ingredients to to at least make adrenaline and <hes> are those a good idea or are those not a good idea. I wouldn't recommend them. <hes> well it just that you know you the term adrenal fatigue <hes> and it's condition that actually doesn't exist. It's a naturopathic pathogenesis and and the thing about naturopathy primarily the what caused saliva test and the problem with saliva tested that when people have access to drennan member rental into survival hormone and it's cutting off blood supply to certain.

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"adrenalin" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"adrenalin" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Excess adrenaline or is it that these are traumatized fearful people or is it some environmental thing or like why why this change in our population or is this always been there throughout history well first of all <hes> the primary source of adrenaline is Jimmy relationship to low sugars and the brain <hes> adrenaline actually peaks at two thirty in the morning <hes> that's the the classic time that it's released and <hes> and because that's the time that the brain basically runs out of fuel the <hes> you know all all this advice about not eating anything before going to sleep you you know it was actually incorrect. <hes> you know part of the treatment and we're GONNA we'll be getting into treatment is to eat something before going to sleep so the brain has fueled so the body does snapped put out adrenaline to provide it. You know people that have insomnia you know people that have their brains race or trouble falling asleep staying asleep people that grind their teeth at night people that keep the jaw clenched wrestler Slake Syndrome people they get up at night to urinate all related to x adrenaline and <hes> and you mention you know adrenaline does create stress. You know you know almost all stresses related increase adrenaline and the body does respond to stress us by putting out cortisol and you're right these two hormones come out at night and they're both raising Shikha levels you know to to <hes> you know the adrenaline raises sugar levels for the brain and quarter solo racers trickles to deal with the stress and it's probably the no one quite a weight gain and nobody ever talks about this. <hes> you know pupil died in exile during the day but they put on fats or in the white because any excess sugar that the body is not burn up it stores fat in the Fat Gotcha so if we have low sugar at night. We're GONNA have adrenaline if you have high sugar tonight. We're going to get fat right. That sounds like blood. Sugar Regulation might be the key here well. It's the key to you're absolutely right. It's like you know that that's Adrenalin..

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"adrenalin" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"adrenalin" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Everything from medical groups to elder care to health research any run something somebody called the platte wellness center in Rancho Mirage where he's looking at the root causes of illness and this whole show is going to be about one of his things he studied in his life's work. I'm talking about Dr Michael Platt by the right but <hes> in his forty years of practice. He's looked at what happens when we get excess adrenaline and what he's come up with here which is also in literature of course is that things like Fibromyalgia Autism A._d._H._d.. St Bipolar Disorder Depression Anger Weight gain and addictions are part of excess adrenaline in how another hormone that's typically used in hormone replacement therapy for women called progesterone can help to fix the problem. What if you're listening to the show going what the heck here's the deal if you're alive and you have social media you probably have access adrenaline or maybe even not enough adrenaline because you burned yourself out? Listen to the show. It is going to describe you or someone that you know Michael Michael Welcome to the show. Thank you for having me right. Did you get interested in new in in adrenaline just because you're a native New Yorker and New Yorkers are always angry how it works. That's a good point but <hes> I've been doing hormones for long time and <hes> and wanted the advantages that I had is that when I saw patients I sat down and talk to them for about two hours and when you sit down and talk with patient you oh you learn a lot and I started seeing certain pattern <hes> and so he started putting things together and it came up with excess adrenaline. <hes> is the underlying cause of a lot of conditions that and some of them were felt to be incurable <hes> wide ways government talking about this. You know that's an excellent question. I don't really have the answer few but <hes> you know part of part of the problem. If you allow me to bend a little bit sure is that doctors are not a trained to treat the cause of illness you know the the basically trained to give out band aids to treat the cause of illness and <hes> they actually get very little training hormones and you know so part of this program related to who are friends the drug companies <hes> who control doctors learning medical school they control the F._D._A.. The control the medical control medicine and and we and if you don't mind my saying so and I hope they're not part of your sponsors but you know for for the most part drug companies have no interest in people being healthy now. There's there's no drug company sponsoring bulletproof radio. I don't think you have to worry about that. Okay well it just yeah so <hes> so it. It's your I've written a book as Jermaine O..

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"adrenalin" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"adrenalin" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"I have caused my wife gray hair. I have sacrificed time with my children. I try to make every sporting event, but I'm gonna miss one or two every year I have sacrificed events in, in finding that balance, you know, has been difficult. It's been super difficult. Most people don't wanna do that. You know, most people don't wanna do that. But it is within everyone it is within everyone. Do you think I don't know? I I'm gonna tell you why. Because we're no different than the first ones we're talking about. I'm strictly talking about America right now. We're no different than the first ones. Yeah. I'm really ones. There were those who just wanted to get by as well. But they, but they didn't have that they didn't have the option to just get by, when we were building the foundations of the country, you fought in the wars, you help build the factories, you help make the bricks you, you, you made the footwear. You've made your wolf the fat like you did everything that this country needed in the industrial revolution industrial revolution. Whether you are farmer or factory worker, whatever you were you didn't have a choice. So is everywhere. Ski this store was that a byproduct because some people didn't even make the trip. Right. We're so was that a byproduct of their ancestors, who came before, who, who, who ingrained that into them that, hey, we fight we toil. We labor, you see them saying versus those that I'm not I'm not going to America, this new Marion, I'm not going to this new place on this new adventure. That sounds ridiculous. I'm staying here. I'm comfortable here at some point at some point in life. At least once in your life, some type of survival mechanisms going to kick into your brain. I don't know what it really what, what chemical gets released. You mean like adrenaline is it adrenaline? When did you put in a like a fight or flight not fighter flight? Let's say, let's say, fight or flight. What is it is? It's essentially as okay you're either going gonna you're going to live where you're going to. Cortisol and things like okay, so he's actually. So everyone is going to be put into that category. At some point live. Now, I just like to force it. Why? Feel streaking good man. I don't think enjoy it. But that is that unique is I don't I mean 'cause I don't think everybody enjoys it really. Yeah. Man. Okay. We'll do plenty of like who can't you know they have the slightest sign of adversity and they blow up. Why do people bike why did they hike? Why do they run? Why do they do activities? I mean it's the same thing they're trying to get the same type of release. They're trying to get that release through activity. What's the balance though between? So I think human nature is probably defined better more efficient effective ways of doing things. And so that's like a level of comfort and complacency. Right. Like I wanna do this as easy. I'm lazy I wanna do this possibly here versus I wanna push hard. Yeah. I'm gonna look for an efficient way to do it. But I'm gonna go above and beyond was expected. You see what I'm saying? I do see what you're saying, and I think the instinct truly we do seek comfort, right. Like we seek to innovate and drive technology to make things easier. More comfortable. I can put on my I wa I can work with. Say that we have cut this table, a certain size, we could rest our arms on it. Right. And articulate. The freaking might already have Mike's right? And you already had. We want to be bigger and better. Right. You know, more comfortable more, natural like this. There's still what drives that we talked about. You know we talked about wash off the comfort. Yeah, remember? Yeah..

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"adrenalin" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"adrenalin" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"He's also going to be there for the who convention, but I will box him. But I mean, how's your skill your by dot skilled, not like you? But but I won't find him for sure. Would you liked it gained some? Yes. Yes. I will. I will. I mean without taking on a fulltime Klein, here's a trainer, I can tell you that the thing that works. The best is literally just moving the person's hands with your hands. If you throw a I shall demonstrate okay for you. But. Well, you guys can narrate for all time. But if you're doing this on the street that you can do it on the street to someone's going to you know, you need to. I'm not saying step do. Yeah. Don't just find a random woman leave leaving Starbucks. Do it really dealing fighting. Mark sort of is over here. Yes. It's just get the hands to move and move them. All right. So they both just took their headphones off square off, the focus pads and the gloves are always out bare knuckled. Okay. This. Like that. Because both hands will come down out there. Those kind of do that. That's okay. That's all you need to. Okay. It'll work Tom's a windows. I'm messing around. Okay. Every ill work every time. Just go down. And then. It'll just threw down to take it up throw two or three shots to the mid section. But you gotta do with your your lead hand your left hand. And then just throw the next one right to the head. You're sharp sharp. You're you have sharp. It'll work strike sharp. It'll work. Yeah. I guarantee you don't just get into the moving forward clubbing in the head kind of thing because anelle to sort of cover up getting hands down. Yeah. Throw a couple of the body. And then you you're you come out it'll work I guarantee it. But but here's what will work. What happens is is the adrenaline kicks in and everything's out the window, right? This is the problem with the amateur fight. Is you train you train you train? And then it becomes. Here's what it is. It's like it's like if you train for an earthquake, and you go all right family comes together. Here will meet in the door standing the door. Jamb you go for the Hillary power. I'll go for the. Try frozen food and then an earthquake hits. And you just scream we're all gonna die all run out the fucking front lawn. Get hit by car. That's that's what happens in these celebrity five. Yes, you have to figure out a way to have that earthquake hit and not jump up and yell. We're all gonna die and have all the fuck and training and all the drilling go out the window, which is what happens because. Adrenaline. Just ruins. It ruins fucking at ruins fighting. It ruins everything. Just when you get a huge flood of adrenaline. Well, it's the enemy of technique who wasn't Tyson is everyone everyone has a plan to get punched in the face. Right. Well, even. I felt tread right? Right. I do I get your throat show. So. Know what I would say is have that combination. Just throw that combo over and over and over do it in the shower do it when you're standing in your bedroom. Just literally throw that thing. So the muscle memory becomes that. Also, what would you do if you're Wade if you wait a lot more than the other? He's going to be a better shape than looks like he's taken steroids. But he's he's I think he's shorter. But I've got away a lot more. Would you can you Leded could you? I think you go full Joey buttafuoco biting she shall be missed. Oh god. What's that female China? China Christ go fuck. Joey. Make them not only fighting a woman, but he was rough housing or physically like throwing her around like it was the most Joey buttafuoco moment of all time. Like, he like, he was fighting a woman and really given it Tammy was like leaning on her and doing dirty boxing throwing around you ever see that. I got offered a billion dollars to do that before. He did it really to fight China. Yep. Fox. We could be talking about. To see I did too like white how what are the order now? How can this work actress two ways this can work?.

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"adrenalin" Discussed on Weekly Infusion

Weekly Infusion

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"adrenalin" Discussed on Weekly Infusion

"It's okay it's the breakdown at upwards of of yelp we're talking about the find more skills between a hundred and fifteen and 100 and fortyfive upwards towards a hundred forty five you're complex motor skills breakdown tell which are hardliners your harvard i'm sorry yeah that you're you're you're beats per minute now upwards towards a hundred forty five you're complex motor skills those are skills that we see in a lot of christ rules uh the the skills that i teach their gross motor skills they thrive between 100 and forty five hundred seven give us our example would give us ample that well we actually went we teach our woman's program we put women in positions that they would find himself in if they were being kidnap sexually assaulted a domestically violated so it makes it not brand new they've been there they been there they done that so they are better able to control they're gonna response spoke god forbid a stranger to fix a woman throws are down straddles her hips are gets in between these women goes into that panic mode she goes in has this adrenaline surge and that jones surged last very short period of time it could be twenty seconds in the b forty seconds it could be sixty seconds what once she exhaust added rebel that adrenaline she experiences the adrenalin dump so the better were able to control that adrenaline response the better able we're going to be able to fight back in logically think about how can i unwind your back out of the situation and alleged your teeth gross motor skills give an example of on for example using your trunk muscles using the ground is your base the reality of what would happen in a sexual saw take that same situation if a if a man was already in between the woman's knees and rape would be imminent know she would based on his chest she can can't move in so she slide yourself atr fico to the hips she grabs his wrists and she kicks right down the sewer lines called an uptick as actually illegal in the ufc it's like it's like a.

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"adrenalin" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"adrenalin" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"So the guests the guest start to arrive over this byerly importantly before the guests arrive nico teaches bruno how to latch cushions onto the boat to make sure they don't fly away which is important is important details member yes the laghouat noone told me yes they hated sir sir thank all right everybody after the main get where i cannot greet the adrenalin junkies yeah so these people come on the boat and and and the whole crew juices themselves and the guy the made the primaries like oh man like matt why isn't matt wearing pants wisely wearing shorts i'm accuweather trampoline parks or just relax advocate mr jury at his villa chance here okay listen trampoline jerk let them where shorts nearly caribbean congratulations adrenaline chunky who owns a trampoline park the care they in general in jumping on a trampoline indoors yeah congrats on all that adrenaline on a yacht gathering that's that's the next extreme sport rallying dream the chapel leading endures they get the touring cates i kiss decent and he's like dave i'm going to be shitting on the fancy toilet if that's okay my favorite part in all of this is jerry trying to understand what the washing machine and she's like what is this oh three number doors around how many times do you think john has access only flush that fanta toilet because it doesn't have a normal flusher thing it has like a late and you're supposed to step on the late and pat causes it took like it has projects a beam of light and he basically trump him of light so flushes i know jenneh's like a cash is trying to capture i let like nonstop springer pause on it and when on my another the bathroom there i leave with poop on my hands.

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"adrenalin" Discussed on StartUp Podcast

StartUp Podcast

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"adrenalin" Discussed on StartUp Podcast

"From morning to night i was really going to have to do things that i i'm sad to admit this but i i feel like i i i didn't have the energy to do it i was too tired you know it's like our business had been running on my adrenaline for five years and i was spent after all of that hard work all that adrenaline she made a decision it was ohga she going to close saint haratine who fellowship it felt awful i mean i you know we can are about crying leg a little bit of tears you know i couldn't breathe crying kind of like i have failed i have failed crying sadness you know she told a customers put an it up on the website and filed for bankruptcy birth business and personal mary took it hud she got depressed edgy started to game white which pelican of a slap in the face because it meant the one part of a business she had lift the closure made no longer fit a saint heard them to talk to wear right now at you can't afford to go to a tighter and get new ones she'd actively like she did which he started the business frustrated that can't just go out and buy some of the wrecked that fits right it's a feeling she knows a custom customers can relate to i mean 'cause obviously has no best no that's no situation unique to you this is a lot of you know women and trends guys who feel the same way so what do you think this loss the of saint haratine has been like for them um some people have written to me and talk about what a big loss it is what uh.

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"adrenalin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"adrenalin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"To go back to the beginning because tax the i think i think i think football much different listen in football you play once a week you have all the adrenalin guys want hit in football probably guys walk down the sideline open their fight in a date to our game in our game is game it's a game where you're playing every single day you're taking pictures you're you're butcher poll he's back there grinding one hundred fifty pictures game squatty what back there for three hours trying to call outside sliders and and curve balls in the dirt blocking them and now he's got idiot on the mound heroin and harper the best player he's saying what is going on here i'm trying to play baseball nick on the mound trying to play and i think that the point here a a couple of things so obviously the the way you you started this you think strickland was completely wrong for what he did so i think we understand that aaron booed said the same thing and i'm glad from the baseball side of it to know baseball players of what they think about that do you then think that posing new strickland was going to do it and and there was any kind of conversation before the game about that or when you when when harper came and stricker was on the mound you think he knew what was coming i don't think so because of his reaction i mean listen basra policemen around the game threetime world champion if there was a planned hey will go after harper here which would be ridiculous to begin with but if there were sort of plan then posed you wouldn't have been so shocked and would have had a plan to try to stop but obviously you frequent kind of went road here and i don't want to speculate exactly what type of conversations were going on in the clubhouse over the past two and a half years but no matter what was said if posy with on strickland side and they had a game plan movie over here and he would have reacted this way mike mike mark to share let me make sure i'm understanding what you're saying it the is the etiquette here the star player is this because posing as the star player because every catcher is grind do all that stuff but posy happens to be one of the biggest stars in the sport so the etiquette is actually specific star.

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