35 Burst results for "Angelo"

Hurricanes claim testy win vs. Bruins, take 2-0 series lead

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Hurricanes claim testy win vs. Bruins, take 2-0 series lead

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Grizzlies claw back from 26 down, beat Wolves in Game 3

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Grizzlies claw back from 26 down, beat Wolves in Game 3

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Foundation for Economic Education Rips Apart Robin DiAngelo & CRT

Mark Levin

01:48 min | Last month

Foundation for Economic Education Rips Apart Robin DiAngelo & CRT

"The problem with CRT is that it's often the only lens some people want to use And they're using it everywhere Robin diangelo this is a thoroughly white woman who is thoroughly disgusting Has made serious bank thanks to CRT and over at the foundation for economic education And if you haven't been there see it's called foundation for economic education's a fantastic site The opted to take a look at some of the works Kafka crops one can one can find in CRT And he cites them D'angelo's biggest claim is that if you're white you're automatically an unavoidably racist Now to be clear the Angelo doesn't mean that all white people have a conscious anti minority basis rather she claims that all white people employ racist assumptions and patterns that aren't people of color in display and underlying bias Here's a quote she says racism is unavoidable and it is impossible to completely escape having developed problematic and racial assumptions and behaviors And speaking of herself who's white she says I also understand there's no way for me to avoid enacting problematic racial patterns If Deangelo and affiliate Professor of education at the University of Washington imagine that We're simply outing her own biased patterns that would be one thing They write over at C where her argument breaks the rules of good scholarship is that she makes it in a way that's unfalsifiable In other words you can't disprove a negative You can throw it out there all you want But that's not scholarship And in this case it's nothing but a vile vile charge

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Harden makes 76ers debut in blowout win over Timberwolves

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Harden makes 76ers debut in blowout win over Timberwolves

"James harden made a big impact in his first game since joining the seventy Sixers delivering twenty seven points and twelve assists as Philadelphia posted a one thirty three one oh two dropping of the Timberwolves I think it's on please help also like it's my job to do so pardon had been recovering from a hamstring injury when the Sixers acquired him from the net to the trade deadline last week Joel Embiid had thirty four points and ten rebounds in the seventy Sixers fourth win in five games the Sixers used a fifteen run to take a sixteen six lead and never trailed again Karl Anthony towns led Minnesota with twenty five points and d'angelo Russell scored twenty one I'm the ferry

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Russell scores 37, leads T-wolves past Grizzlies 119-114

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Russell scores 37, leads T-wolves past Grizzlies 119-114

"D'angelo Russell poured in twenty three of his game high thirty seven points in the fourth quarter to help the Timberwolves secure a one nineteen one fourteen win over the Grizzlies Russell hit a tiebreaking three pointer with one twenty three remaining after putting Minnesota head with a three pointer with six twenty three remaining and a pair of free throws with two minutes to go Karl Anthony towns added twenty two points and eleven rebounds while Malik Beasley had seventeen points on five of seven shooting from three point range for the wolves Memphis all star John Moran was not at full strength after getting hurt in the third quarter finishing with twenty points despite shooting seven of twenty five I'm Dave Ferrie

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Hedman, Kyrou, Aho win big in Vegas NHL skills competition

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Hedman, Kyrou, Aho win big in Vegas NHL skills competition

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Grizzlies win 11th straight, beating Timberwolves 116-108

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Grizzlies win 11th straight, beating Timberwolves 116-108

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"angelo" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

Marathon Training Academy

05:07 min | 4 months ago

"angelo" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

"How do I look like an athlete? I want to look like an athlete. What do I have to eat? What do I have to do to look like an athlete? Here's the deal. You have to become an athlete. You have to be an athlete. Don't put any limits on it. You don't have to be there in 48 hours, but you have to start. If you start and you think of yourself, don't put yourself in the and I never want to talk bad about because there's a lot of health, this saves people life, but don't it's unnecessary to put yourself in the diet community. Weight loss community put yourself in the athletic community in the sports community, even if athletics for you today is getting up and walking around the block. If that's day one for you, that's your sport. Hit PRs. Work for that next goal. Because when you work for that and you move towards that each day, you're going to have these milestones you're going to have these winds and those winds are going to motivate you. People ask me they say, you know, that's all vanity. And you just, you know, you focused on body composition. You know what? And there may be some truth to that. That's not the most important thing. But we're human beings. And if you can look in the mirror and see a physical representation of progress and it motivates you, it's okay to have that also. But don't have just that. See, because you got to have, you know, and you go to the Doc to get your blood work done and you can see progress. When you have your health is a goal, when you have your performance as a goal, when you have the things in life you love, energy, to spend doing the things you love. To spend time with the people you love. And then you have the right science. So you look in the mirror and you see, step by step small progress. All of those things, that's good. That's all good. There's worse things that people could be doing. Those are healthy habits. Start by getting out, get out in nature, and if you can, put on the headset. Listen to Trevor and Angie and go for just go for a walk. Go for a walk. I promise you, it won't be long. It'll be a trot, and then a jog. If you run in before you know it, get yourself a tribe. This is a great tribe. When you have that tribe in that motivation, you do exactly what Trevor said earlier. He said, when I hear and see what other people are doing and the enjoyment they're getting, man, that motivates me. Oh, that is the truth. It's awesome. You're an athlete. Think of yourself as an athlete, no matter where your starting. Love it. People want to learn more about mep pro and talk to one of the coaches there. Let's send them work we send them. Net pro slash MTA. Go to met pro slash MTA, and we get to play favorites here. So if you're part of the marathon training academy group, we're top of the pile. We're going to take and write on with a coach. So please go to met pro dot co slash MTA. I'd love to meet you in my team would love to talk with you. Fantastic. It's been great having you on the podcast again, Angelo, and here's to an awesome 2022. That's right. Thanks a million guys. All right, what's always great to speak with Angelo, he.

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"angelo" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

Marathon Training Academy

04:46 min | 4 months ago

"angelo" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

"The last stop. But even so, the average person that we work with does not fall into that category. They fall into the category of war behavioral. And by the way, every person on the planet falls into this category, I fall into this category at one point or another. And that is, you know what? If I eat clean and if I exercise regularly, my body does good things to me. I struggle to stay consistent with eating clean with exercising regularly. Because I'm busy. People say, oh, it's willpower. It's like, oh, I don't have the results I want because I like chocolate too much. Not saying that's not out there. That is. I've heard it all. But I would say ten to one when somebody says, yeah, I wasn't able to really follow through with my routine this week. It's because I like chocolate no. Because I got busy. So fundamentally, people ask me, well, what do you do, Angelo? People don't know me that they don't know anything about my background. I think, well, what do you do for work? I help people with time management. So I tell you. I wait for them to fish. That's essentially what I do. I help people with time management. That is going to be what boils down to. I tell everyone, win or lose is going to be based on can you do two things for me? I could do that. I can exercise, I get stop it. I'm asking you two questions. Can you prepare your lunches in advance? Can you prepare your synapse in advance? That's all I want to know. Will you allow me to pick what you're going to eat just for lunches and snacks? Why am I picking those things? I have no bias. I have no alternative motives. There's no reason for me to pick these two things other than out of necessity because the way I win is by getting my client's results and those are the two things I find are absolutely critical..

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"angelo" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

Marathon Training Academy

05:38 min | 4 months ago

"angelo" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

"Doing lunges can help them, but that's considered accessory, exhilarating training. What we want is we need to make sure the main entrees are in place. For a long distance runner, cycling helps, but guess what the main entree needs to be. That's where people come to us a lot of times with great routines, both a great nutrition plan, a great exercise plan, but it has an identity crisis. It's not specific and enough to get them to move toward their goal. And so for our listeners, if you're at home going, well, how do I know if my program is specific enough today? Are you making progress? And by the way, slow progress is okay. There needs to be progress. If it's so slow that you have a hard time measuring it, it's not enough progress. It needs to be relevant enough to be measurable. I mean, that's why we met pro stands for metabolic profiling because we're profiling all those little processes to see here's how your body is responding. That's what helps us get to our ultimate objective of helping somebody with that transformation. Hey, I just want to tone up and lose 5 pounds or hey, my metabolism is running so slow. If I'm not exercising three hours a day and eating like a bird, I gain weight. Wherever you're at, we have to figure out where you are today and build a routine to repair your metabolism, take your performance to the next level and figure out what step one step two step three and step four. And that's where the science comes in. That's why we goal set. You know what the second thing is? Lifestyle has to be. Because if I take all the science in the world and I try and one size fits all it doesn't work. I had a client who said, yeah, yeah, Angelo, all that strategy, you told me that's all great. So for a living, I travel, and I'm on a plane, literally 25 days a month. So everything you just told me, that's all great, but that's not gonna work for me. Don't give up. This is a strategy for that too. There's a strategy for that too. So now we have to do is we have to figure out what your lifestyle is and where we going to be able to make the most difference. Make our blows count, figure out where we're going to start and implement something that sustainable. So in this case, you know, we did a lot of our meals in Starbucks because you can get some simple effective nutritional meals on the go even at airports. So is it perfect? No, but there's always a.

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"angelo" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

Marathon Training Academy

03:03 min | 4 months ago

"angelo" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

"With a state where it needs to acclimate to that to stop you from losing more weight. So you don't die and so it's in a state of slowing down. And so don't think of this in terms of good or bad. Think of it simply in terms of a compensation mechanic that once you understand how it works within your body, you can control and you can use to your advantage or versus just a frustrating element that creates aggravation. So this time of year, what do you guys hear? What do people asking you this time of year? Yeah, I think people are definitely taking a look at what went right in 2021 and what went wrong and what they want to do differently and coming up with goals. And you know, there's also that piece of the picture. We have goals and then often we think, oh, well, I need to stay motivated to achieve these goals and I tend to think that motivation is overrated because it comes down to having a solid plan and then having good habits. Maybe you can weigh in on that from the nutrition side of things. Because the motivation is not always going to be there. So habit and routine beat out motivation. You have to have motivation to get started. Something that one of my mentors really drilled into me. It was an exceptional coach. Now he wasn't in the health space. He was in the motivation space, but he said a good coach lens others, their passion, their motivation, until they find their own. That's good. So motivation is the spark, but if you go back and you track, you talk with people that are successful at making sustainable progress with their health goals with their performance goals with their athletic goals, you name it. You are going to draw a straight line between habit and routine and success. People ask me all the time, say Angela, I went and I did a two hour boot camp. First time I went to the gym and a couple months, I did a two hour boot camp. I walked until I was nearly unconscious. And so aren't you proud of me and I'm like, you know what I'll be proud of. I want 5 minutes, and I want 5 minutes every morning because see that's something I can build on top of. I have this illustration that I use. I have two clients client a systema Angelo. I did what you said. I shopped in advance and I prepared the meals, the snacks that you asked, I had it all ready to go. I went out the door, I brought it with me. I had a good day, but I caved on my way home from work. I stopped at grandma's house. She was cooking fresh apple pie, and I couldn't say no to gram and it smelled so good. And I had two pieces of apple pie and fluids. That's cliente. Client B says to me, Angelo, I didn't have time last night, XYZ came up, so I didn't prepare, but this morning when I got up I made sure that I grabbed on my way out..

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"angelo" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

Marathon Training Academy

05:19 min | 4 months ago

"angelo" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

"It for helping me to get my marathon PR half marathon PR and generally just feel really good every day. And now you and Angela are building up for the Boston Marathon. So yes, stay tuned to the very end of the episode Andy's gonna come back on and share like what is her daily routine look like? What is she eating? What workouts is Angelo giver, you know, just kind of give you a snapshot if you're curious. Here is our fascinating conversation with metabolic expert and performance coach, Angela poli. Well about where now that I'm well on my way to my way whether my way went on my way.

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"angelo" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

Marathon Training Academy

05:27 min | 4 months ago

"angelo" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

"A 33 year old aspiring Olympian from Denver, Colorado named Brittany charbonneau, won all four events for the dopey challenge. Of course, it's a 5 K ten K, half marathon and marathon on successive days. And she completed the marathon in two 45, and apparently she just showed up and her goal was never to win. She just wanted to go out where costumes have fun and run as well as she could. And ended up just sweeping the whole thing, which is the first time that's ever happened. That's good enough at least to earn her some extra fast passes, I think. She definitely was blazing fast. The hard thing about that weekend from what I've heard is just how insanely early you have to get up because you have to beat the heat, but also I think do the whole race before the crowds come into the park. So people are saying they're getting up at like two 30 in the morning. Wow. Get on the bus and go to the starting areas. Well, we had several academy members who completed the dopey challenge, so congratulations to Marty Gregory and dipti. And we actually heard back from. She says, I can't believe I can finally say I'm a marathoner. I can't express in words how incredible this whole week has been doing the dopey challenge at Disney and ending it with a bang 26.2 miles. All the training miles, hours in the gym, early morning wake ups, time spent working through injuries and setbacks and planning and dreaming came down to this one magical day. I ran the 5 K and ten K with my husband and the half marathon with friends. I chose to run the marathon on my own to push myself and feel all the feels. It was the toughest thing I've ever done, but absolutely amazing. I'm so incredibly grateful to the MTA community for your constant support and love. My incredible husband and best friend has been my rock through it all and was there at the finish line with a huge smile, a tight hug, tears, and a beer. What more could a girl ask for? I'm feeling so blessed. Well, big congrats. On conquering your first marathon and taking on such a hard challenge doing a 5 K ten K half and full marathon on consecutive days and she finished in good time to you at the marathon. That's right. And we've been hearing from other people who are kind of giving the surround up of what their 2021 look like as far as their running goals. This one comes from Tiffany. She says, I finally got the 300 mile challenge done. I'm a new runner..

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With Inflation Still Hot, the Fed Takes a Step Towards Rate Hikes

The Dan Bongino Show

01:27 min | 5 months ago

With Inflation Still Hot, the Fed Takes a Step Towards Rate Hikes

"You know the fat just put out the statement about interest rate hikes and it just goes to show you how the economy we're living in now It's not based on I shouldn't say it's not based on I don't like hyperbole I'm like Joe Biden Angelo negri said Joey baby You gotta be real It's a large swath of what we perceive as value in our economy right now are not in fact value It's fabricated Federal Reserve driven monetary easing value that's driving up the price of assets like the stock market Very simply stated the fed just came out and said hey it's a Chiron on Fox now breaking news Expect some interest rate hikes in 2022 In 2022 folks we should be tapering and hiking the interest rate dramatically right now We are in the midst of an inflationary crisis We have not seen since 1982 You know I was a kid I was watching GI Joe cartoons the last time we saw an inflationary crisis is bad It's time to squeeze out and start draining the money supply from the economy The excess money supply right now So the stock market the point I was going to make without trying to overly complicate things the stock market which was in the red all day which was down The minute it comes out that there's going to be interest rate hikes The stock market jumped It's now up 64 It's been fluctuating between like 50 and 80

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Activist and Filmmaker Chris Rufo Talks All Things 'Anti-Capitalist'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:10 min | 6 months ago

Activist and Filmmaker Chris Rufo Talks All Things 'Anti-Capitalist'

"Welcome back to mister CRT. Chris rufo. So you mentioned some of these anti capitalists. These people who wish to destroy America tell us who they teach who they consult to and the kinds of money these anti capitalists, like Robert Angelo, Angela Davis, and Ibrahim Kennedy make. So as anti capitalist, they're doing quite well on. They Kris. Hey, yeah. Yeah, and that's really the rub, right? I mean, no one is really anti capitalist. If you look at the four remaining, the three rather remaining socialist and communist countries in Asia, you know, China is a communist country Vietnam as a continuous country. I believe it's Cambodia as the third one. They all have a smaller government as a share of DD GDP than the United States. Actually, in practice, the government of the United States is more socialistic than all of the remaining socialist countries. Everyone knows that capitalism is the great generator of wealth. And for a lot of the critical race theorists, they preach anti capitalism because it's fashionable. It's chic. It's perceived as high status, but they all practice the lives of vicious and greedy capitalists. They won't do it accumulate resources and money. They'll take money from oil companies from technology companies from everybody to feed themselves from the capitalist machine. But they justify it by saying that this is simply redistribution. This is simply taking the fruits of illegitimate capitalist capital accumulation and redistributing it to the great kind of proletariat minds that make up the Vanguard of this revolution. And if you look throughout history, the communists have always impoverished the poor and enriched the powerful. This is a thing that has happened in every communist revolution since the very first one in Russia in 1917. The cadre, the elite, the party members, always suck up the wealth and labor of their countries in order to further their political goals while impoverishing the people that they're purported to help. It's no different in the kind of hyper capitalists the United States than it is in the hyper communist Soviet Union of a hundred years

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Russell, Towns lead T'Wolves to rare win at Milwaukee

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Russell, Towns lead T'Wolves to rare win at Milwaukee

"D'angelo Russell Karl Anthony towns and Anthony Edwards combined for seventy nine points as the Timberwolves held off a box one thirteen one await Russell finished with twenty nine points for more than ten thousand Edwards not so much in a shoot around with the last practice it was it was great yes and we played a little bit he would come in I think it is gonna be you know walk through where we got up and down it works for us for sure because we came out ready not the walkie got within one ten one await before Edwards hit two free throws in the closing seconds yeah I sent it to Cooper at fourteen point two sixteen rebounds for the box who were without starting center brook Lopez and point guard Jrue holiday Chris Milton added sixteen points in the loss on the ferry

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Mike and Caller Angelo Discuss Why COVID Has Been so Politicized by the Left

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:58 sec | 7 months ago

Mike and Caller Angelo Discuss Why COVID Has Been so Politicized by the Left

"G let's see if you can give me a theory as to why the left has politicized COVID so much Angelo is in Queens, New York. Hey Angelo, how are you happy Friday? Hey, how you doing, happy Friday? Well, I guess it's just all political, maybe they want to just keep people out of the voting boots. They want mail in voting because I have written I'm a victim and Merck is making a pill. The only difference is it's going to cost $750 instead of $4. That's what that has a lot to do with it. Ivermectin is very inexpensive, and that has a huge, huge aspect of this, I think. It's a cheap inexpensive drug, big pharma doesn't profit from it like they do. I mean, do you know how much money Pfizer and BioNTech and all of what the Moderna vaccine and Johnson & Johnson? You know how much money they're making? Holy

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What is Humility?

Tara Brach

01:26 min | 9 months ago

What is Humility?

"So humility. You know the word hummus humility and humble come from it can be understood as close to the ground that kind of feeling of the essential common ground or equality with all expressions of life and we all have the same conditioning we all have the same basic aliveness and spiritual humility is in no way a kind of debasement and it's not a kind of false modesty. My angelo writes this. She says it's important that we learn humility. She says modesty is a learned effect affectation. It's no good humility is great because humility says there was someone before me. I'm following in someone's footsteps. They'll be others after us. We belong to each other. Were inter influencing each other all the time. Humility gets it. Were part of something larger. So it's not a debasement there's an honoring of our particular talents and there's a recognition of our limitations and are the places that we get that were really conditioned reactive but those are like ripples or waves on the ocean we know the depth of what we really

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"angelo" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

02:16 min | 10 months ago

"angelo" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

"You know there's a little bit of a mismatch of energy there. My heart will go on from titanic my i don't i don't know that's the celine dion. You pump that right before you're about to get into like to pitch for your new startup. mcgregor's listening to walk into the ring. Rose going down at the. I forget nazi wild. But if you're going to go like hang out with your grandma or something. You might wanna listen to something a little bit. Calmer get yourself into more feminine energy and again like like he said the male energy versus feminine verse masculine energy. There's people have stories around that sort of pick and choose so a lot of people hear this and probably get triggered by it because they're like. Oh when i say fenway energy he saying like oh. That's a girly thing to do. Though it it's not there's no sex attack you to get to doesn't have to be male in feminine. Does that be female. An energy you know like and so like saying something is feminine. Doesn't mean you're saying it's girly and saying something masculine doesn't mean you're saying it's manley right and i think i think that people get kind of in the past as well. Yeah understanding it in this format. And i like the fact that here's angelo this this You know kind of like mehrtens man kinda looking. 'cause he is is an explaining in his terms. I think helps maybe demystified a little bit. Yeah yeah this is. Cool this yeah. We'll definitely have him on again. Because we are check out alpha hippie their programs are podcast is legit. I would start there. And it's just listened to angelo behind the mic. There's just a he has a different perception of how a lot of us will approach things. And i think those refrains as little like little reframe here and there. We'll just help you out just to see things a little differently Go reach out to him if you if you like what you heard They are pretty awesome. So what else man. We have We took action guide notes of course for this episode. I think they will be fabulous and you can get them for free right now but only right now. If it's within two weeks of this going maybe again later. We'll see maybe later. We're toying with that idea. But right now it's just two weeks.

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"angelo" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

03:38 min | 10 months ago

"angelo" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

"Around it now. And so he basically his new stories over wrote my existing stories so i was less resistant to to that sort of change when when the opportunity came so. Now that's why you're a chain smoker. That's why i smoke two packs a day. Dammit angelo shifting. Now i'm just gonna. You're not doing that. I'm not doing that is not what interesting no like tobacco as a tool now. Now i know that's a tool in my toolbox of okay. If i really really wanna get focused in maybe we'll vaporize a little bit of tobacco like we don't even smoke it we don't even bust it. We like vaporize the tobacco right so it's a tool. It's so. I mean that's where you actually had a remember from when i did iowa and i didn't know it at the time but You might have said it. But i forgot but tobacco. I think was the shaman. There he had cigarettes. But you know there were like these ceremony oli rolled. You know it's not like with a backup margot rent but but that was part of the ceremony from us. Smoking that we were doing that. I walk but i think he was just like it was kind of puffed in the air. This like tobacco is like almost like in the area. I think that's pretty common. Actually in the ceremonies if it's like feminine dominant thing. It's gotta be an energy thing. And i guess i didn't really understand that but that is why angela was talking about with these stories have made. It gets back to what we talked about here. In this podcast. Yeah is all everything's a frequency. It's an energy most of it. We can't see you know like there's to other things like we just watched a video. We're actually not supposed to say much about it. But with our buddy immi shah but like a lot of what he was saying in that video which one day when its public will share it around. It's just not ready for primetime yet. But he was talking about how. There's all these things that we can't here. We can't see the spectrum of light you know there's all these auditory frequencies and sounds we just can't hear obviously like dog whistle. Dogs are here totally different. So just imagine anything that we're missing out on in life and angelo talked about how he is just has a deeper level of awareness. And that's how he's focused and allowed himself to really create space to do that and he. He legit trained himself into that space. And it's so. Obviously he walks on a different plane late. There's a different level wave of thinking obviously frequency waves. Then i would say anyone else walking on the street or most people you know. It's just kind of obvious. Yeah it's really intriguing. Yeah whichever's agree. Reframe to the whole intrigue verses intimidation. Yeah no that was. That was a good reframing. The most interesting man in the world so like you don't being a storyteller has Has additional benefits beyond the more obvious benefit of just now the attention on you right Another thing that he talked about. And i actually wrote this quote down because i loved it. Be an energetic. Dj of your life right down. So i was happy. Because i was like how i always like that line. Dj of your life and like the idea being that like when you get into your car a lotta times the radio might be on and you just whatever sort of energy frequencies the raiders putting out. That's what you're getting kind of. You're giving up the control of your energy to another thing the programming you. Yeah so like if you if you're trying to go into a sales meeting or something and you kind of be like empowered in the have that masculine energy and ready but you're listening to like For enya drive over right. It's like.

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"angelo" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

06:45 min | 10 months ago

"angelo" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

"That references and What we're talking about all right inside joke hippies hippies hippies these days man we we lean more that way this has been great. Where can people will. You had the book coming out later in the year right so the alpha hippie code. I'm willing to sell this thing. I'm black friday. It's going to be opened up for sale. I'm black friday. I'm writing it right now. Could go and editing and moore put myself out there in a beautiful foldable way on. They'll because is going to be all about these frequencies and and really how to embody them step into them and also to. It's a selfish memoir. My son so he could learn about how i learn them because i have deep fascination and wanting to know who my father was before he was my father and i trusted every boy deep down really wants to know a little bit about that so alvin because they'll be available round their time and i'm writing it right now as we speak and it's absolutely amazing. I laugh and cry every time we put a chapter together. It's an epic journey end. But it continued to do the work and surrenders to the divine and and know that. As long as i'm wearing the mask that everything's gonna be beautiful at umbrella things. It's start out with the hippie brand or the alfa hippie brand to manso you're growing like crazy it's fun to watch man be involved so it's been good. I'm sure we'll do it again. My man thank you. No thank you guys for having me So you two are two studs and anyone that listens to this show. Thank you so much for listening. And the shows that i trust that they they see you guys as i see while you guys are absolutely amazing and the the quality of content and also to the The tools and resources that that evergreen prophets and hustle and flow gina. That you guys bring out a really amazing and you know. I don't say that. Because i only look at them. I say them because we use them. And we trust in you guys in love you guys are devoted to you so appreciate your brother levy to thank you king. Hard edge face smoking's yeah take a breath. That was a lot of good stuff it was it was and i feel like we word like tip of the iceberg of the type of angelo talks about typically iceberg of just the conversations. We've had with angelo over the past on sense. why yeah it was You know it's easy to spend a day. Did a couple of weeks ago. It was pretty simple to. I was very simple to have an interview with him for nearly three hours. Jesus word of the time. Go but yeah so happens when you get someone. That's unit front stoop yapen. Yeah you know. It'd be in a storyteller. In how powerful is it when you can kind of understand how to tell not. Only the structure of store is like a layer deeper of the the. Why behind the stories like she the frequency all that stuff yeah when he was talking about storytelling like i think he put it in a context that i've never looked at storytelling from before right so like you know. In my mind being a good storyteller was being a good entertainer. Like people would want to be around you more if you're good at telling stories because you're more entertaining and more enjoyable to be around if you're a good storyteller you'd probably be better at podcasting blogging content creation in general things like that. If you're a good storyteller the the perspective that he approaches storytelling from now is that everybody has these existing stories inside of them and if he can replace your existing story with a news story then you guys are both on equal footing when you have conversations around the things they you. He told the story about fair. So for example. I've always had this story around like this was sort of referencing the show. I've always had this story around like tobacco and things like that like you know. Smoking is nasty. I hate the smell of cigarettes I had a teeny tiny phase in high school. Where i smoke cigarettes for a little bit because i thought it made me look cool. I guess i didn't get addicted. Didn't last very long. But you take pictures me like. I don't think there's any pictures. Pfleger smoking cigarettes. I'd probably bought one pack. Ever and by the time. I was the pack. I was like screw. This doesn't make me feel good but I i've i've always had these stories around tobacco right. But we went over to his house and we were there and And he started telling stories about tobacco he was like he was telling these stories around. How you know in in like the psychedelic world. You've got iowa which is the mother and tobacco is considered the father because of its ability to sort of your state in the masculine feminine energies. And there's a whole rabbit hole around that that he was telling stories around and then he was also talking about tobacco as tobacco used to be the thing that like in like tribal civilizations they would all kind of pass the pipe around or they would all pass the you know the the rolled tobacco or cigar around and that was sort of time was people like sort of passing the tobacco around and telling stories around tobacco and then he also telling us you know from a i don't know if that's the right word physiological to your body. Yeah he was telling us that like like little bits of tobacco in little hints of nicotine. Help you bring you more present and get you a little more clarity and people use like nicotine gums and things like that. It's like a focus new tropic and stuff right so we got to his house and i had no intention on like smoking tobacco with him that day but after he's he yeah we actually faked it but after he sort of framed all of these stories about like tobacco is the the the sort of cultural storytelling thing and tobacco does this for your body and You know tobacco being this sort of mother plant and all of these different stories tall around father plant. Yeah after he told all of these different stories. He sort of replaced the internal stories. I had around tobacco with these new stories. And then when he offered some up when he had his. You know his volcano vaporizer thing. When he offered some up. I was a lot less hesitant to turn it down. Because now i have all these new stories about it right. Yeah and that's say that like uber. I necessarily think tobacco's a good healthy thing. Now i'm just saying it's been completely reframed to me per meaning to it..

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"angelo" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

07:39 min | 10 months ago

"angelo" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

"Many people are out there pumping stuff into their head. That's changing their energy and their subconsciously. Doing that right so you can get in your car and put on the radio and now you're giving the control to somebody else's actually right. You know this whole like social dilemma thing. why not use it to your advantage. That's right they re though. I was doing this when i first started studying. Ano- p triggers right like neuro linguistic program. But now guys everyone knows the party trick right. I mean just so. If they're hijacking your wires. Why shouldn't you do it for you for the benefit of you share and now that we know from just listening to this show that there's too energetic frequencies the another way for energetic frequency that we all know is music which is an input right it could even be just. Sometimes i listen to just if i just wanna feel happy and let loose. I put on a fun house house music set and then all of all of a sudden i'm not in a funk anymore. Yeah if i want to bring myself down for a work session as you put on some Melodic techno kinda. Sasha ben bomer track comes into the what i'm about to read a take a little toot sqi draken espresso and before you know it. I'm reading things and flow to yeah last night myself in that same format works fabulously and so for me Be an energetic. Dj of your life. Because then you won't need to worry so much about what you're gonna say. I love the energetic. Dj that's that's like everyone can take that and run with it however relates to their lives. Right we've never had it so easy and actually do this. We have this available. Go on wherever you consume. Music and pick would frequency eh. One is called california soul. That's mine That for for the heart. And then i have alpha hippie life. Oh i'm just ready to go get him. Do you share that. Do you ever share any of you. Play this it's funny. Here's the deal. I wished want sharing them. But then people. I wouldn't know would add on and off. Yeah this is my intimacy. Don't you start in your own euless to but I'd soundcloud actually have if you follow. If you go on my soundcloud. I have the good shit. That's a bunch of good house. Music that i liked that his both happy and also sort of that work frequency and then i also under my name angels. His quite something called store. And it's the music i listen to when i'm trying to when i go take a sauna or what. I'm trying to go for a walk of deep contemplation. It's a low trouble frequency to get me into that. They've estate where i am more able to be a sort of that sub-conscious dreamworld and really think deeper more expensive about my life and things and so. Yeah dude i i really love it. I just encourage everyone finest song that remind you of your father. Find the song that reminds you of taking care of business. Funny funny thing about this. And i bring this up to my wife. Not many people know this. I've always wanted to be the person in movies that pick the songs like for scenes like there's just certain scenes in movies that i remember just Have you ever heard of a bronx tale. It's a hurt i. V wood chazz. Paul metairie robert deniro. Dark it's amazing but there's a big fight scene and what's playing in. The background is coming together. Like but you feel build one and one is three and then all of a sudden the fight breaks out and you're just you could feel that energy building to that right or guys if ghana flying out does it make you wanna run up to st. Throw some shadow boxer happen. Nothing will we're affected by this we. It's inside of us. 'cause like i said it gets passed the gatekeeper because their frequencies it's deeper than just that human mouse and that's why i love the music stuff because when you could use it intentionally you don't have to think so much. 'cause thinking is exhausting. Thinking get you in trouble. It just ruins it. You're in the experience. It feels like to your out of flow then right. So here's why we go back to identity alcoholism so you don't become a human doing because doing is exhausting. You become a human being. You be the thing and then you don't have to think so much you could trust yourself because over. Thinking is a strategy that we've created because we don't trust ourselves in our instincts and that's because we don't know what frequency really supposed to be in one. We don't understand the frequencies. Were not aware of them. We don't know which homer supposed to be in. We don't know how to get ourselves into rinse and repeat and so every day though the goal is to be in harmony with them. So when i wake up in the morning i go to access my masculine. I take care of business. That will my workdays done. I go be angelo. The guy that comes home cries on his front porch and makes his family dinner. I've become the topi- by become the fat buddha. Who won the good guy see when i'm connecting and cheering and lovey him. The fat buddha abundance but then when it comes time for business the fair buddha turns into me this other version of me. That's like you said. Matt some may find intimidating. That has nothing to do with me. That as do it someone else's lens of me all. I'm looking forward to respect and the big piece of chicken pompous hungry. Yeah like i said if you are not the predator once you get to that masculine part. You're the pray at the nature. Just place itself out boys. That's it we're just playing in nature that's all this is some glorified crazy nature that we've constructed ourselves. Yeah we don't want to admit there were animals dealers were animals. Yeah we sure are the sooner we integrate with that and the sooner that you we we could accept that and begin using our humanness. Our prefrontal cortex to develop a relationship with the animal. And so trying to deny that is the moment that you actually reach enlightenment..

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"angelo" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

02:34 min | 10 months ago

"angelo" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

"Wealthy. Boom buksh peng poonch. What's up everybody. You're listening to the flow chart. Podcast inch mount wolf and joe fear. Picky are you ready for this. I do not know if i'm ready for this or not. I don't know what about to get myself into. I do all right. Tell me why. Would i tell you i like to leave. You on pins and needles. Sloan okay tell the today yeah yeah. Don't listen mute. Your headphones today. We have the one. And only v mr alpha hippie himself his name is angelo cisco cisco i think technically the cisco thing but i'll see go because We wanted to have him back on the show. Because he's we've been we've been helping each other out young helping us Upper level some some really cool stuff that we're going to speak about now which is basically helping us show up as more pro min the ceo when it comes to business life just happier having more fun to clean chill and doing some bullshit. On the way yeah. We had him on once before and back when we talked to him last time he actually was running across fit jim in chicago successful and he went on to sell that business and move over to southern california and we asked him you know. Why did you come to southern california and we got some. I think we got some interesting insights into the way. His brain works just through finding out why he moved over to california. How did you know that you said you didn't know what's to come so matt's aligarh we can't we can't cannot trust you trust. It cannot be trusted but About the audience new joking man okay. They're in on the joke. So i would say a big takeaway one of the big things you'll get here through the course conversation because we just jump right in as we love it is be ready to look at your identity in a new light the and that might sound a little scary but this You're gonna have some actionable tips in things that will shine a light on things you probably not have been thinking about. It will allow you to moving groove through life a little easier also learning by where you might be screwing up with choices of music. But we'll get into that later so Check out the notes. Flow chart group dot com. You can grab the full action guide for this episode andrew in our facebook group within two weeks of this going live. That's over at flow chart group dot com and let's talk to angelo right after sponsor real quick. We are back with this. He trips aitrlift came back. And be a you know. A lot of y'all have been talking a lot about the trips talk a lot about h. We're talking about trips for for years now and it's a good thing because you hear all the seo experts.

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Professor Paul Kengor and Mark Levin Share the Same Analysis of 'Marxism'

Mark Levin

02:43 min | 10 months ago

Professor Paul Kengor and Mark Levin Share the Same Analysis of 'Marxism'

"Professor. Congress is precisely only a fool a Marxist forward, try to refashion the centerpiece of all man's humanity, the alpha and the omega around something like class for Karl Marx or race for the modern CRT advocates. What could be more demeaning. What could be so contrary to Judeo Christian values? That's what Marxism does, from its classical form to its modern American forms were less Children of God than products of class, race and gender. Here live in quotes the very worst of them. Richard Delgado jeans Stefan Sick and D a N D. Angelo for whom races everywhere and everything as his racism. As the antidote to this dehumanizing world. You live in quotes Dr Wyatt T. Walker, who was very close to representative Excuse me to Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. And in his essay in 2015 when he wrote was Steve Kalinsky. Steve Kalinsky. Walker stated. Today. Too many remedies such as critical race theory, the increasingly fashionable post Marxist postmodernists approach. It analyzes society has institutional group power structures. Rather than on spiritual or 1 to 1 human level are taking us in the wrong direction. Separating even schoolchildren into explicit racial groups. And emphasizing differences instead of similarities. Unlike Dr King's vision of judging people by the content of their character, rather than the color of their skin. Walkers. Views of civil rights were rightly based on religious values, humanism, not Marxism and critical race theory. The roots of critical race theory are planted in entirely different intellectual soil. Walker out Begins with blocks with each person assigned to an identity or economic bloc, as in Marxism. Yes, says percent Professor as in Marxism. That is an Americanism. That's what Mark Levin understands so well, especially given previous works of his such as rediscovering Americanism. American marks and is quintessentially UN American. People in America professing this noxious junk, maybe Americans in terms of citizenship. With all the rights and liberties and protections afforded thereof. But they are not Americans the way the founders of this country envisioned. America is less a place that an idea, said Ronald Reagan. It is indeed The ideas of America as it was formed by the direct antithesis of the ideas. A car marks. And his perverse heirs who today pushed their insidious new forms of American Marxism. Especially at our awful universities. And what Mark Levin shows above all is how un American American Marxism really

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'White Fragility' Author Robin DiAngelo Has No Right to Comment on Anything

Mark Levin

01:26 min | 10 months ago

'White Fragility' Author Robin DiAngelo Has No Right to Comment on Anything

"You see, ladies and gentlemen in robbing D'Angelo's rather small cranium. Nobody can escape this. Not even her friends. Nobody can escape this. This goes on in perpetuity, like all revolutions, too. Like all revolutions do And how did she become such an expert on this subject? Well, she's not. And here's the irony. Ready for this. As you'll understand. After reading the book, American Marxism. She has no basis to comment on this at all. Because she's white. She has an experienced She has an experience the the other Um Which is Black or some interracial. Color or something of the sort. She hasn't experienced it. So she's not qualified under any circumstances to project her opinions, her feelings her views on anything. But you see, that's because it's about Marxism. It's not even really about race. As I keep saying And this woman didn't have. Excuse me. This birthing person didn't invent anything. She's exploiting it.

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'White Fragility' Robin DiAngelo Plagiarizes Malcolm X About White Liberals

Mark Levin

01:41 min | 10 months ago

'White Fragility' Robin DiAngelo Plagiarizes Malcolm X About White Liberals

"Who wrote that book white fragility and is about as wide as Joe Biden, by the way. Knows her audience she correctly condemned. I'm going to read to you. What he says. But what's interesting is what she says. Basically regurgitates. What? Malcolm X it So this is a new thinking on her part. D Angelo knows her audience. She correctly condemns white progressives. For their brazen self righteousness and their incessant work, signaling, which is almost entirely performative. White progressives, she writes, often treat diversity as a kind of consumer product. They can be purchased and controlled. The people who bought white fragility, even the ones who actually read it. Some of the worst offenders. She's implying that's because good intentions playing especially prominent role in perpetuating white supremacy. She says involved in an anti racism efforts can be stylish for white people, something cool that provides intense feelings and entertaining insights to be consumed a manageable doses. People become conversant with the terminology, but in practice, the terms are almost meaningless. As the author makes clear. The road to Enlightenment is not a manageable endeavor. It's a treacherous Hawley, ceaseless bird and painful yet exciting. Malcolm X said, And I paraphrase it's not the Republicans and the conservatives. Trouble me. It's the white liberals. And she's picked up on that. And she's dressed it up. And has said in thousands and thousands of words and many chapters with Malcolm X said in one or two sentences.

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Patriots' Stephon Gilmore Addresses Contract Talks: 'I Just Want What I'm Worth'

WBZ Afternoon News

00:19 sec | 11 months ago

Patriots' Stephon Gilmore Addresses Contract Talks: 'I Just Want What I'm Worth'

"Velasquez, Velasquez, Angelo Angelo CNN, CNN, Anderson Anderson tweeted tweeted today that today she that spoke she with spoke Patriots with Patriots defensive defensive back Stephon back Stephon Gilmore Gilmore about his about current his current contract contract situation situation with the team with the team and he told and he told her that her every that player every player should be paid should be what paid they're what worth. they're worth. That's That's just how just it how is it is Also, Also, he's not he's looking not to looking push to a push trade, a trade, and he hopes and he to hopes find to common find common ground ground and get and it situated. get it situated. Gilmore Gilmore is entering is entering the final the final year of his year contract of his contract with the Pats with the Pats and has a and has a

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Patriots' Stephon Gilmore Addresses Contract Talks: 'I Just Want What I'm Worth'

WBZ Afternoon News

00:19 sec | 11 months ago

Patriots' Stephon Gilmore Addresses Contract Talks: 'I Just Want What I'm Worth'

"Velasquez, Angelo CNN, Anderson tweeted today that she spoke with Patriots defensive back Stephon Gilmore about his current contract situation with the team and he told her that every player should be paid what they're worth. That's just how it is Also, he's not looking to push a trade, and he hopes to find common ground and get it situated. Gilmore is entering the final year of his contract with the Pats and has a

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"angelo" Discussed on The Celtic Exchange Podcast

The Celtic Exchange Podcast

03:18 min | 11 months ago

"angelo" Discussed on The Celtic Exchange Podcast

"The champions league get forty million and get absolutely hammered five teams and i mean five six seven moseley boss luna's nps geez all the utopic for the at least. How fun is more than half of that. But you've got to compete and potentially end up at the knocker stagey so as money back for yeah just season where he had. The ideology been his idea ideology of who played football and can absolutely hoffa. Ps i mean that was just what can you learn from the early understand that. What would just be something different from post cognitive book. Maybe please football. So do we say it was for many of those left on me yes. It could cost coast europe elsewhere season just in the final season as an savell. Maintain your on auto north. Yeah so do something for your your daily. They also exceeded please so it just as started up things up for three episodes Barbarian journal obviously lots of focusing the happy with ange than the prospect even of eighty how moments feeling very good and very optimistic. Not kampot haiti. Feeling general 'em over so one awful lot but as manager an awful lot. About how i if i we at a point to start off with avenue been very optimistic for the season ahead a the early of course it has an up again. I'm going i'm going to has personal persona. Has own persona has has own view of a football has philosophy has stale but i still implemented have a. I'm very optimistic. Yeah james things could obviously be at another up against anyway. He's happy ash about at the moment. Happy to see more saying in a today. I think we need three month and another two before we get into the business end of the season. You know so yeah. I'm happy ash. I'm happy with the guy is looks like he's got getting energy and getting ideas and good. Football philosophy talent accordance. That's going to come in from the board side of things saying the guys. We you saw celtic saying please. They need all of this. Tension starts to drift and what l. e. v. and jamie style lil james fires champions league. Football cuba's young kid. Be so austell on the very very very early stages of andy statement. Celtic there's no these slowly but surely chipping away at that. The lesson convinced about has appointment that being said. It's what happens on the football park though. The state has success and by the next thing but according to infections to discuss which will give us a false glimpse of entrepot kogler celtic and perhaps an indication of what lies in store. Thanks buddy james for joining today show and as always thanks to you for less than if you joined what we do please continue supporters by shitless episode within when you think will enjoy it and you can also keep in touch with his journey comptoir and stick it on facebook and youtube. Thanks for listening and we'll see again next week..

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"angelo" Discussed on The Celtic Exchange Podcast

The Celtic Exchange Podcast

03:18 min | 11 months ago

"angelo" Discussed on The Celtic Exchange Podcast

"The champions league get forty million and get absolutely hammered five teams and i mean five six seven moseley boss luna's nps geez all the utopic for the at least. How fun is more than half of that. But you've got to compete and potentially end up at the knocker stagey so as money back for yeah just season where he had. The ideology been his idea ideology of who played football and can absolutely hoffa. Ps i mean that was just what can you learn from the early understand that. What would just be something different from post cognitive book. Maybe please football. So do we say it was for many of those left on me yes. It could cost coast europe elsewhere season just in the final season as an savell. Maintain your on auto north. Yeah so do something for your your daily. They also exceeded please so it just as started up things up for three episodes Barbarian journal obviously lots of focusing the happy with ange than the prospect even of eighty how moments feeling very good and very optimistic. Not kampot haiti. Feeling general 'em over so one awful lot but as manager an awful lot. About how i if i we at a point to start off with avenue been very optimistic for the season ahead a the early of course it has an up again. I'm going i'm going to has personal persona. Has own persona has has own view of a football has philosophy has stale but i still implemented have a. I'm very optimistic. Yeah james things could obviously be at another up against anyway. He's happy ash about at the moment. Happy to see more saying in a today. I think we need three month and another two before we get into the business end of the season. You know so yeah. I'm happy ash. I'm happy with the guy is looks like he's got getting energy and getting ideas and good. Football philosophy talent accordance. That's going to come in from the board side of things saying the guys. We you saw celtic saying please. They need all of this. Tension starts to drift and what l. e. v. and jamie style lil james fires champions league. Football cuba's young kid. Be so austell on the very very very early stages of andy statement. Celtic there's no these slowly but surely chipping away at that. The lesson convinced about has appointment that being said. It's what happens on the football park though. The state has success and by the next thing but according to infections to discuss which will give us a false glimpse of entrepot kogler celtic and perhaps an indication of what lies in store. Thanks buddy james for joining today show and as always thanks to you for less than if you joined what we do please continue supporters by shitless episode within when you think will enjoy it and you can also keep in touch with his journey comptoir and stick it on facebook and youtube. Thanks for listening and we'll see again next week..

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Vatican Indicts 10 for Financial Crimes

Sean Hannity

00:40 sec | 11 months ago

Vatican Indicts 10 for Financial Crimes

"Has indicted an Italian cardinal and nine others that are set to stand trial for alleged financial crimes. ABC is Megan Williams has more from Rome, the once powerful Cardinal Angelo bitch who has become the highest ranking Vatican based church official to be indicted for alleged crimes that include embezzlement, money laundering, fraud, extortion and abuse of office. That you was fired by Pope Francis last year and has maintained his innocence during a two year investigation. The pope ordered the former heads of the Vatican's financial intelligence unit and two Italian brokers involved in the Vatican's purchase of a luxury building in London have also been charged. Megan Williams, ABC NEWS Roma

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"angelo" Discussed on The Lemar Show

The Lemar Show

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"angelo" Discussed on The Lemar Show

"Was the afterthought no mistake the one just managed to make it often mistake state became the blessings of you know i was a mistake not estate. That's the wrong word. I was i was you know my brothers and my sister though like a year apart the difference between then three years later i came along and i was born a bali. The the talks actually told my mom that she's gonna choose her life or or or me because i it's going to be a bit dangerous One point and she said you know. God gave me a child. So i'm going to go with the if i have to go. I'm seeing this to through. And that's why. I was giving the they told her. Don't don't do this one. That's an amazing. Yeah so so you were the off the side and you know i was. I was born on the fourth of july in america which is like a independence day holiday. So wow with the bangs of the of the. What do you call it raises of there. There was me here i come. Hey do i have any significance met you. You made a big entry. Yeah i'm calling the five bucks off. Let's go angelo has arrived all right so the ninety s between you and the next. So so you always. I guess you had a lot of i. do you know that. Put me say explains your personality because out imagine because of that gap. There's a lot to observe. There's a lot of different people going through things that's right you know i it being very young first of all we had i had the influence of of the music that was around the house From my sisters and brothers obviously they were in there. When i was very young and very impressionable they would have been in their teen years and listening to whatever was popular for them. Did you hang out with like who was who are you closest to the one. That was nine years old. Someone older funny funny. You should ask that question because there were four of us. My eldest brother My brother below that who was only one year older than my sister. Okay.

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"angelo" Discussed on The Lemar Show

The Lemar Show

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"angelo" Discussed on The Lemar Show

"Hello my friends. Welcome to another show Thanks so much for the nice comments. Last week's qna also thanks to everyone who's rated and subscribed. I wanted a quick shout out to one. Mailing list subscribe called ben ben from the capture agency. Nice to have you on board All right so today is a nice one. I talked to another good friend of mine. He's talented accomplished musician. Angelo starr angelo's Been apart of my band for well since its inception quite a few years ago. He's knowledge and experience in music is vast and i definitely want to have a chat with hopefully provide you guys with some entertainment some knowledge and competence stories as well right.

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"angelo" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"angelo" Discussed on Serial Killers

"Last time we examined Angelo and Kenny's turbulent childhoods. . They're toxic attitudes toward women and their first three murders. . Today will cover the series of strangulations that had Los Angeles on edge as well as the fateful falling out that brought the cousins on done. . We've got all that and more coming up stay with us. . More by early November, , nineteen, , seventy seven cousins, , forty-three-year-old Angelo Bono Junior and twenty, six , year old Kenny Bianchi Felton principle they'd raped and murdered three women and loved it. . There I. . Two victims were sex workers known to frequent the sunset strip and their most recent kill was an aspiring professional dancer and waitress but to Angelo and Kenny they were all the same. . The cousins tossed the naked bodies of all three women along the. . Roads and hillsides of Los Angeles noticing the similarities between the murders authorities suspected they had a serial killer on their hands and they quickly -duced that the killer wasn't working alone the lack of fingerprints, , footprints and tire tracks at each dumpsite suggested that the killer had help. . There was no way one person could carry and dump the bodies alone but not wanting to tip the killers off police withheld their theory from the media. . then. . Again, , there wasn't much media attention on the murders yet and with little coverage in the press Angelo and Kenny felt free to choose their next victim on the streets of Hollywood and this time they wanted to be more discerning in who they picked. . Angelo had a taste for strawberry blondes and firmly believed that younger was always better. . If they were going to commit a crime, , they figured the woman had to be. . Worth it. . She had to be beautiful enough to kill in Hollywood. . It's not hard to find looks to die for and on November Ninth Nineteen, , Seventy seven Angelo and Kenny noticed a striking blonde waiting at a bus stop along the sunset strip twenty-eight-year-old Jane King was a stunner who'd look years younger than her age she was perfect. . Kenny approached the aspiring actress with a friendly smile and took a seat beside her on the. . Ever the charmer he engaged Jane in friendly conversation for a few minutes carefully building a rapport with her as he listened to. . Jane chataway Kenny. Feign . surprise when Angelo pulled up beside them in the Cadillac playing the part Angelo offer them both a ride home which Kenny readily accepted Jane hesitated at first. . But when Kenny flashed a badge and told her, , he was in the police reserves, , she happily got into the car. .

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"angelo" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

11:58 min | 3 years ago

"angelo" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Angelo Ponzi your host here at the Business Growth Cafe and thank you for joining us today at the cafe. I'm excited have rich Cacuso founder and president of Sales Positi advisors deserves to discuss how to help businesses see the possibilities in their sales program and drive business growth rich. Welcome thank you thanks for having me on Angelo. Oh absolutely I'm excited about this conversation now to all fairness to the audience we we have a relationship <hes> not that kind of relationship but a relationship that <hes> from a business standpoint that we've been working together and doing some things and we're going to announce some exciting news at the end of the show and and hopefully <hes> you'll take us up on this offer that we have coming up but before we get started. Why don't you tell the audience a little bit about yourself and your company and all those good things sure thank thank you for having me on and hello to all your listeners so <hes> you know my my company sales velocity advisors? Our focus is on helping build world class sales teams. That's it that'll help. Companies grow revenue sustainable revenue growth for the long-term okay fantastic fantastic well it to my shows the very first question I like to ask when you think about growing your business. What keeps you up at night and well <hes> I think the things that keep me up at night are probably very similar for many small business owners and that's that's just how to manage growth? <hes> you know of course in in this business when you're when you're in the consulting expertise space <hes> you know you you have a limited ban with in terms of how many clients you can serve <hes> on simultaneously sleep so you've got to be very smart and selective on who you're working with and balancing out the visit development access <hes> aspect of the job <hes> versus the client servicing aspect of the job. I'm sure you can relate to the Angelo I can so I've been in the fractional space now actually on and off throughout my career they didn't call it fractional back then they called it contractor part time and things like that but now in the last four years in that fractional space and that is always the dilemma in your your new couple years now into the fractional space and the biggest difficulty I have found and I think you just stated it. You've got a search of the clients you've got to go out and network and do all those things make presentations you finally get a few clients and then you're working those clients dance and we tend because of our limited bandwidth stop. Maybe the networking in the pipeline aspects of that so that's for me personally. That's what keeps me up at night is thinking about pipeline how to continually bring value to my clients while at the same time making sure that there's additional business coming in because of we do a great job at what we do we do. We work ourselves out of a job as so true. You know you think about it. It's very analogous to too many many small businesses right you. You've got this value proposition that you're excited about and you launch it and you're able to <hes> attract customers to your brand and you know you've got a revenue stream and those existing. Justin customers are fabulous and and you've got you know terrific relationship with them and then you stop focusing on New Business Development <hes> and that is really probably one of the critical mistakes that all companies make <hes> as their over reliant on their existing customer base and they're not focused on the future and having some level of time spent on New Business Development and that's one of the things that that I work with my clients with right you know in managing both aspects of the business servicing existing clients. Can you know you wanna be able to retain that business but you also need to be <hes> ongoing on an ongoing basis prospecting for new business well that and that Renewal Business Ah the tends to be where folks seemed to be comfortable. It's easier to make sure that you're constantly renewing and re and recapturing that same all business but there's that acquisition. I always look at the acquisition side. If I WANNA grow then I need to have some kind of program Graham in place for you and I give a presentation open giving a sneak peek of what we're going to talk about at the end but have presentations about how to continually to help grow your business from a planning aspect and things like that now <hes> your background is thirty plus years it <hes> Fedex not not a small company not even a medium size company true and I've had the opportunity to work with many large global organizations over the years and one of the things as a consultant as I start to speak to to businesses in the small to a medium size area they push back a little bit and say well. You know you've got all this big brand experience. That's not our company. I don't know how we relate to what you did for. Let's say Purina or <hes> Unilever Unilever bringing down to my small thirty million dollar company and I always debate that with him because to me it's about the skill set and not necessarily how much money my clients had do some of the marketing activities so does that happen to you in and how do you address address that coming out of thirty years of a large corporation <hes> Yes it absolutely does you know I spent like you said thirty years at Fedex and in a variety of sales and sales leadership roles and you know what when clients engaged with me. Eh what I'm bringing to the table is my experience and expertise in building and leading high-performance sales teams. That's what I do and the conversation that I have <hes> with perspective clients is is simply this my focus is on the fundamentals and ensuring that you've got the right people the right process and subsequently the right performance. That's going allow you to achieve sustainable revenue growth. Just the fundamentals just the basics. That's where we're going to be focused focused on so we're not gonNA engineer something like we would for a sixty five billion dollar company like Fedex. We're GONNA engineer something that works for you at five million twenty five million fifty million whatever your revenue spot is because Angela you and I mean we're really focused on that small to the lower part of the mid market right yeah typically it's one hundred million dollars or or an annual revenue and these are companies that <hes> focusing on the fundamentals and being able to execute mute them is the difference between surviving <hes> versus thriving right yeah well exactly and I think that the <hes> strategies we use. I mean there's just consistencies in to your point. The basics with marketing marketing is marketing and if we really understand are are kind of value propositions and to be able to work within whatever those frameworks happened to be so you know when I talked to too many small medium sized businesses. This is the founder many cases still there. They are the chief sales officer marketing officer operations offer officer and janitor right and so making that transition from doing everything or or. Certainly leading the charge to being more in that leadership role where you now empowering other people. It's it's a hard. It's difficult to make that transition so in your experience. What advice can you give the listeners that are in that but how how to be more efficient in that transition transition and really kind of changed the game right? It's very common <hes> in terms of like you said the owner C._E._o.. They're the chief sales officer and unfortunately that's not scalable and you you'll get to an inflection point with revenue where you can't grow any higher than you're currently at <hes> because you know that owner that C._e._o.. They're running the business and they'll have time to be fulltime sales fulltime marketing and fulltime time operations and and and be the C._E._o.. Right the visionary leader that they're supposed to be the company from a strategy standpoint so <hes> yeah you get to that point so nice problem the half where we've grown pretty quick and <hes> and now I'm at a point point. Were you know the the business these me to step back and be the true C._e._o.. <hes> or owner and I need to bring somebody in who's got expertise and a variety of disciplines that can help take us to that next level so whether that's working with somebody like me or trying to do it on their own you know sourcing <hes> assail the ideal sales candidate or candidates that could come in and help effectively <hes> prospect and convert a new business and continue that growth trajectory. I mean that's really the next step in the process and and it can be challenging for for owners and CEOS to navigate that <hes> but again you know with people like you and I <hes> that did you bring a lot of expertise to the table week we can come alongside of them and help in that journey and most probably the most important part of it helped them source top talent <hes> that will <hes> you know contribute to their success <hes> going on four so what are some guidelines I mean we we have talked and I've had <hes> other people on my show and we talk about talent acquisition and really identifying do go Jim Collins putting the right people on the bus right and maybe even swapping them around in the seats so what are some kind of strategies that that some of the listeners can could put into place when they really start thinking about the right people to bring on board well great question and I totally agree with you. I think first things thanks I. You really need to be able to SPEC out. What's that ideal? Candidate profile look like what's the skill set that you need the background inexperience you have. I would submit to you. It's more important to bring somebody in who's got sales D._N._A.. Day In their blood <hes> then it is to bring in somebody who is an expert in your particular industry and the reason I say that is this you can very quickly immerse somebody in a specific industry and over a period period of thirty sixty ninety days they have become pretty knowledgeable. I mean it's not that hard to pick that up but you cannot <hes> just bring somebody in who's never sold before or frankly is not wired to be a salesperson the bringing them in and teach them the nuances of how to sell and have that personality where you've got a strong ego drive <hes> your you know your your self motivated your resilient you need to be because you're going to get a lot of knows you're very disciplined. In terms of how you organize your time and where you spend your time you're able to successfully overcome customer prospect objections <hes> you're able to motivate <hes> prospects to to you know say yes so they signed that contract they start doing business with you and then you have the ability depending on the company and what you want from the Rep to also <hes> build and retain that relationship so they continue to do business with you those are things that are really hard to develop and it takes time so if you you know sourcing somebody who's got that type of skill set. They are bringing that to the table. They don't need the industry piece you can. You can teach them that you can train them that but the other stuff you know I would submit to you. Louis the you have the D._N._A.. To be a good salesperson where you don't it's you can't coach to it if you don't have it. You can't coach to it. If you're an introvert. You don't like being if you don't like being in front of people and tell your story and getting a lot of knows you're you're not going to do well. Tails is not where you want to be out. You got to play to your strengths right so that that process of the ideal candidate profile. What do you in terms of prioritization right? Here's the most important thing number one sales d._N._A.. Right number two maybe something he's got a few years of experience in.

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