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Los otros humanos que existieron aparte de Homo Sapiens

Un RE MEDIO Podcast

10:19 min | 5 months ago

Los otros humanos que existieron aparte de Homo Sapiens

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Interior Design Done Sustainably, with Marcy Garcia from MG Design Lab

Sustainability Explored

50:19 min | 7 months ago

Interior Design Done Sustainably, with Marcy Garcia from MG Design Lab

"Hello and welcome to sustainability explored every week on thursdays podcasts navigates in utah topics through inter blues was the most disruptive minds in sustainability turn and their experiences working behind the scenes into actionable advice. You can use your life. No matter your background madam is. I'm an environmentalist sustainability consultant the host of this very show and today we're discussing and exploring once again from a different angle one of my most favorite topics interior design interior design. Sustainably made ease work in motto of the mg lab the founder of which marcy garcia we will be entered urine today. I'm ready to welcome marcy in a second and kick start this wonderful interview marcy. I'm very happy to welcome. Sustainability explored banks for finding time to talk to me today. We are discussing today. As i have mentioned in my intro one of my favorite topics interior design. If you were to tell me a little bit more about yourself how did you come up with this idea. How did you get into them. Sphere in the area of sustainable interior designs. Well first of all high and very thankful to be here. Thank you very much for this invitation. And the opportunity to talk bad myself and when we do not only for our clients but for the environments so i started. Let's let me tell you first. How is tightening here. This thing for me. This has been a personnel thing right. I interior design into architecture is my second career. I decided on social cultural status. I and i work in social peeled for a couple of years than i decided i wanted. I always wanted to be at designer of any kind. I had like my mom's creative. My grandpa is architects. So i just decided. I'm gonna go to school an idea into your architecture in san francisco. I lived in san francisco for ten years as i was going to school. I was also working furniture design shirt. So it's been fifteen years now of experience in this field and started in sustainability. I mean living in san francisco. You know. San francisco is the greenest city in the united states and canada. So everything used due and leads you to a sustainability path. It's it's it's embedded in you. You know you don't think twice about going. Sustainable it senior. Mind then moved to miami and I started having issues with fertility. My husband and i wanted to children and we'd just recruitment and bad Making you feel that. I needed to research also on the materials on how we build and impact that all materials on what i do for a living had on my body and bad just opened a huge world for me because even though i was living a sustainable life personally i was not necessarily implementing that into my business right but then when i started going through old this changes i really said you know like i live between drywalled between how between fabric three things all this gas chemicals and that obviously affect my health and help the health of my clients so i started this process. Like really prices in sustainability at wellness interiors about three years ago. And it's a process. I don't think it's a journey. I like to say sustainability is a process. It's not a pint of the nation. I don't think that we will ever comes point. Which we say. Okay here we are the texts. Right is it's a process. You're learning every single day every single day. The technology gets better. You discover new you you teach also news talk to people and so i'm right now. I'm really really involved in in in the sustainable field and the wellness fields in interior design and very happy of being doing this. Because i've found that neither it's not common in this field. You find a lot of sustainable architects. A lot of sustainable. Every everything i'm not interior designers interior designers do not have chosen to this just yet roman. Yeah it it will become a trend for sure in the next in the next year. You c- you just brought another. I like to say a different dimension to the health issue. Like twenty twenty has been all about health yes we had to look at it from a purely medical perspective but you know closer to the end of twenty twenty. I started seeing. Okay what can. I do to boost my immunity to with my immune system. shall introduce some vitamins or someone said vitamin d. Someone else says zinc someone else says something else. Oh maybe i should change my nutrition. But it's it's definitely you know what you what you said. I realized that our interior though. It's all we see all the time and again twenty twenty. We have been all confined in our homes but even our homes can become our own in visible yet. They're on the plain sight enemies so how it is stated bill. Exactly you know it. Is you know it's proven that we spent. I'm be this before. Covid ninety percent of our time endorse now. I'm pretty sure that that number is way higher right. So you're you're not at home. You are inside the restaurant or you are inside a museum or you are inside an office right so you are always lord and you never think about the air that you're breathing in there. You never never think about the quality of the water that you're drinking in bury. You never think found had the light both the natural light and the indirect likeb electrical lives affect your mood right. It's incredible by for example. Now that i'm talking about lighting lighting designer sewing point a natural lighting sewing port for me as a designer because it's prevent that when you expressed your Kadian lighting brigham. It can cause breast cancer. It can cause depression. It can cause in the efficiency near assistant and you never think about that. You when you're talking about interior design. You think this is just about creating beautiful faces about flashing pillow on taking the perfect photo ad. It's not at least porn need. That's not for means. Here design goes beyond this headaches. I'm helping you as might sign. Avoid future health problems. that's how i approach it. Like an added benefit is that it. It looks beautiful. You said pillows and you just reminded me for more than a year year and a half solid. My husband had steepness in his neck. I dunno i always feel uncomfortable. Maybe i need to change my chair. We changed jared in hell. We did all the screenings. All the possible. Mustaches ball screams. Nothing really helps so. He learned to leave with spain until one day decided to change the pills. None of the doctors ever told us. What's the mattress you're slippin on. What's the penal you're used. Maybe it's time to change it and read. That's you know appeal. Oh leaves three years after three years. It's better let you change it. No matter what the material is we changed the pillow. He will The first morning like he was born again so we left. It's a miracle that was Just in front of you. how do you sleep. What's material that you're sleeping on. Maybe it's time to just change your below. How is sustainable design. Different from just design in your case in the case of mg lab do you some kind of different materials or do you use the same materials as others but you play with them in a different way. What is sustainability design so at this point in eight crazy especially for residential. It's impossible to design a hundred percent sustainable for commercial. It's possible Best aparicio's We're not there yet with Inchon enrolled so many not only the hard materials are. We're dealing with soft materials. We are a lot of things and still companies are not there yet this year. I've found that more and more companies are making that commitment to sustainability which is great. That is the first step for me. I will work with companies that do not at least half a commitment. Having a commitment is the first step you need to take the first step. You take the sick right so. That's one of the things that i do so in that sense all my projects irish sustainable and mindful unwell bad nodal materials that are used especially in residential. Are hundred percents sustainable. Because at this point it spits not possible. Still clients hire you because they want a beautiful space and they are not willing to compromise the beautiful fabric with the the very nice and luxuries patterns. That is not sustainable with the fabric. That doesn't have that beautiful pattern raises santa. So it's it's a mix match. I definitely try working on Pyramid kind of him. I have my prefers zander's and from here there to there And then and then. If if at the end i find some things that that will please decline. I will make them happy. And it's not sustainable. I have to do it so it's a mix much of this point if we got back a little bit Interrupted you if we go back a little bit. You started with the personal story but how did it grow into a full on company. Well i've been in design for fifteen years and years to work for inter design firms. I told you wanted to have children. I was just towards prior on interior design firm. Hearing miami and working confronts firm wanted to have children. Because i was going through fertility Going through a process of of fertility. It is time consuming. So i decided to quit my job and Dedicate time to myself on my house while in the process. I just received calls from people. Hey marcy we know you're no longer working. There can use this for us this rise. So i was freelancing for a while until it became constantly man and it just happened it was never an. I never thought that i was going to be a business owner. I don't know one of the things that it was not in my in my goals and my pants but now very happy that. I'm a business owner because i am a catalyst for change. It's funny because i think that i'm influenced than people. Tell me all how many followers you have. I don't have many followers by influenza. Every single client to take better decisions about sustainability and about their health when in regards to think cheerier of their home. So i am an influence or because if i was not practicing this if i was doing this they wouldn't have the benefit of having a healthy home and more sustainable home right. What's your process. What's like i five steps that you undergo with the client. Maybe five questions that you have to To get answers to before you dive in. Okay now i understand your personality. I understand your needs in life. This is how i see your space because a have a bag run in social work. I am very mindful. That is i become basically mike clients friend before anything else. I like to know everything about their lives. Because the more i get to know them the better designed for them and the better or i can make sure that i design a healthy and safe environment for them so i started with the heart. I am ben never leaves throughout the process but hard is always there but Once i not who they are because every client is so different. Every human beings very different Dan is tired now with the actual interior architecture. It's i like to think from the road. Now to the details sorta when remodeling. So i i like the functionality of every single hays how old the circulation patterns work if it's gonna be functional for mclennan ford. They apply for the candidates and then from there. I go to the details. My leftist pap is really like the decorating the interior design. Yeah so i. I start with the psychology ben at a become interior architect. And then i become a designer. Is it possible that you or did you have any cases where you were invited to come salt someone and they would say we just want your expertise your expert opinion but we want to try things by ourselves due to budget limitations or anything or if you were to give some advice to people that are listening to us in one hundred and five less time accounted countries where to start what to look at in the first place you mentioned light and we had an episode to melt lightning lighting and the guests. Terry john from the uk light has to come from unexpected places. I loved it but when else would you slap. I think the first step is always a personal step in sustainability on once it needs to be from inside apt so tired by recycling is the first thing right when we talk now bowed interiors and how to make interior. Healthier more sustainable. We need to think about energy so energy. We need to talk about water when we talk about water. It's not only how we reduce the wasting water. And i think about the quality of the water. It's not only for me that you have running water. But i need to know that that running water that goes into your home to your office is quality water how to ensure that if the central system is what it is so basically what i do is is a test the water so i have i test the water and i test their quality as well in every single project that they work on. Yeah so i have for for the erc quality. I have a little monitor and then i just put it in in the interior and then i tested and if i see there is a chemical there that is higher than normal than restart. We need to bring in a carbon filters we need to. We take action based on the numbers that the are equality monitor gifts me for the water as well. So i test the water we The ph quality and then if we see that there is something that is no ride then we find the right filter right because if we don't know what's wrong not not every filtering. The industry's the same and not every filtering. The industry will will target the same chemical. So that's why we need to make informed decisions about this. So that's what i do about with water with the with the lighting. It is extremely important for me to make an to create a good mix of natural light and electrical light. If i decide to put let's say i say you have a beautiful light fixture behind you if i if i decide to place a light fixture in a certain location is because i made any form decisions about light is gonna serve you in some kind of way when on the signing offices for example a lot of people give the natural the windows to the president the ceo. Does he have follow. I one of my first recommendation. When i'm designing designing offices natural light is for everybody. Why because you're amply racist natural light is going to help. Kim heron be more productive instead of being in a cubicle. with no allied with no distraction. It's actually the opposite. Also i make sure that through my design at influence. It's crazy in my son crazy. It's not i influence. Good unhealthy eating habits. Why when i'm designing the kitchen. I pay attention. I i already know how my clients eat and they are eating app habits. But mike okay. So let's make this a little bit better make. Let's make sure that we create different countertops so the food is not contaminated and i make sure to tell them okay. This countertop is for this kind tempers for that. Maybe we have two different bridges Refrigerators sold the foot does not get contaminated. We create a special places and more visible places To roll some truth. It's i non doing it. I'm influencing indirectly client to eat better. But they don't they don't know it. I don i read on. Explain this to them. Like the recent behind it. But i know why i'm doing it. It's not just because it's beautiful. But it's because i want them to be healthier. Also ballard you know movement and fitness. I designed places in which i encourage clients to more indirectly. I hid when when the spaces are so plotted. Because you really don't move inside your space you go maybe from mature to use the dining table and that's it and you don't use all your house and when i said designer made clear that the circulation taverns are wide open. I tell my clients indirectly. Okay right when when i decide to remodel a home and put big win those i advise them to go outside as well and use the outdoors. Slow also you know the sound. How do i make sure that they are comfortable either. Hans with with any sound distractions when especially in an apartment buildings ryan Where you hear your next door neighbor if saw gnawing because you're not you're not comfortable in the interior when you're not comfortable in your interior. You start getting depressed again. Where the wiggled back to our in house so you can start getting dressed and you start getting these easy system illnesses that you'd beating half and it's incredible that sounds for example is a catalyst for that. You never think about it. It sounds like you're approaching your work in a very scientific yet this -tic way. So how how do you. Merge the two together is don't purpose Doesn't just happen to you. It is some purpose. Because when i talk about mindfulness in interiors people hanging about spirituality and you know like yeah it's per person but i don in i really don't well that into my work. I need to come into my words with data on how terriers are affecting us. If i know that if i know that this material or this layout or dislocation this color is not good for my health. I can say okay. This is why this is not good for you. This is why you hire me. This is why i'm helping you. And your benefiting normally beautiful pace by them helping you avoid future health problems and giving you a healthy home so yes. I need to lead a line. I love to read a lot of facts. About how the cheers affect us and again. It's a personally shoot for me. It is a personal issue for me. Because i also lifting here you. You'll do exactly exactly. So so. Yes i think i i take. I take him more of like the data driven and then i applied to to the creative side of it. You know there is a very popular. Non why no and misconception about nutrition for example that eating healthy is more expensive of buying from the organic market or farms is more expensive than just you know. Eat mcdonald's or something isn't the same for interior designers. Do people say oh. Why would i go for sustainable design. If i can just do it cheaper version. How is it in your professional sphere. Yes yeah definitely. There is the same conception about him -bility and healthier being more expensive. Yes it is it is. It's about ten percent more expensive bad. It's the national investment. But you don't think bad. Is that if you buy higher quality products. They're gonna last you for a long time when you use sustainable and energy efficient lighting gonna less forty percent more to forty percent. More than a regular lighting bri so those are the things that we don't think it's so it's it's just ten percent of initial investment by through the life cycle on through the last time of everything. It's really less expensive because you don't need to replace you don't to replace your lining as frequently. You don't need to replace your doors your flooring you know. So it's it's a give and take that as one of one thing that i do. Try to teach transmit communicate. Yeah to my clients you know and and little by little. It's not on this journey of sustainability and wellness in tears is. It's not an easy one. But hey we need to take. We need to take it on little by little. I find people. They're paying attention to it. You know we have a we say big greedy pace twice so you better invest at once. You eventually will save that. Yeah that is true. That is true and you know. I'm i'm really happy to see. The people are getting more are paying more attention to this. Because for me is the Made before is just about taking the first step takes you'd have to be you know hundred percent of everything because it will never sustainability wallis's is a never ending journey is just taking the first step so so when when i take this little camps with my clients order with evens people dying on my casper listening to the story that i'm telling i think that all this effort and all this late nights reading all this data up studying and is worth when you say people are slowly get use to their the other slowly. Educating themselves finding the information sustainability in interior design development. Were there any things major or not but the ones that you can recall off in twenty twenty changed and really moved. The industry forward good question. I think i can pinpoint just one thing at scene more colleagues of mine paying like it's time to pay attention to to healthier interiors onto start to pay attention to. I'm being more selective on the products. The the source for clients mort still. There's just a few of us. But i mean he was better than non and i think that it's it's just gonna become the trend. I read last year. I read in the guardian which is a newspaper hearing the like of very credible newspaper here in the us that said that in about ten years building. Sustainable buildings is not gonna be enough. The buildings need to be healthy for the occupants. Living working and playing in them so sustainability found another friend which is wellness. The joyfulness in in. You know leaving work in lane and down. Yes yeah yeah so so. I think that that unfortunately because of covet But fortunately at the same time yes. There's more attention to this. And there is more more people in our industry who are taking deadly into into sustainability and wellness. Here's what would be your predictions for twenty twenty one. This is gonna get bank sustainability and is gonna get bigger. I think that i'm the especially the receive in shawl industry here in the united states is in regards to interior design right. It's growing a lot a lot of people you know. Because of covid realized that apartment living is not what they want anymore they are moving into homes and so smart and we're also paying more attention to to not only our health but also to the mental health of the occupants. So i think that it's this is gonna become a trend. I wanna say in five years you're gonna be hearing is gonna be you know going to whole foods so it's it's just gonna get easier gallery. Baker is it hard to be a pioneer. Forget is very high it is. It's not it's not easy. It's not easy because people don't think it's important yet right. People think that. Oh whatever it just by. I'm just gonna do like a seal the tampa but oh let me by this chair than was made in china with the worst might be material child labor controls and because it's one hundred dollars less than the good chair at the quality chair people. Don't think that every time that they seat on the chair. The chair is releasing gases and fair breathing. All this but quality chemicals is going into their house. It's affecting their house. They're gonna like wasting a lot of money in doctors and in hospitals if they figure out the reason. Because it's not that easy. No i i have especially like with the air quality. You know like people. Don't think that even though you tell them like irib three things your breathing chemicals wing a home to just from your furniture from the floor from the paint. People just done realize that they're really breathing. I mean just the fact of breathing. It's not a doesn't compute. So tell them that. They're besides their now breathing. They're breathing like bad stat of so it's it's just they don fade on. It's it's it's really hard to make a person hand the consequences of everything that is indoors bad for every nine reject tours. There's one that is paying attention and for me you know. That's that's my goal. I'm going to reach as many people that i can. I'm not necessarily again to become clients but people could just read my message. Anders hand the message and indirectly make him difference in people's lives just because they're reading my message so i didn't use to pants into social media Because i i was he. Yeah then. I realized importance of me being active in social media because i could reach a lot of people i teach a lot of people. I could indirectly help. A lot of people are not necessarily my clients and then and that is bad. Became my beautiful spaces but a teacher and h you how to live and be safe and healthy in your interior just by making little changes and by making better choices. Let's say right. You know when you say it was not that. It's hard to be a pioneer. When i started studying ecology it was in tucson an eight when i started the uni. Everyone was like a college. You what is it. We understand biology. We understand chemist. What are you gonna do work in the zoo for years of bachelor. Two years of masters one gap year in between the two masters years. I graduate and i already see the industry. The banks the business. Oh my god. There are no ecologists. Someone has to do this. Environmental and social risks assessments of there. There are no people. Where are they of a. I'm here but i'm alone. I'm the only person in the group over thirteen. People that started studying with me that kept going the walk. Walk the walk and not just doing the talk so out of thirteen people. I'm the only one exercise exercising the profession that tell us something you know that you you should start where you are. B that fire near where when and where. No one yet understands you because by the time you're ready your work will find you. Challenge you in your work. Interior design precise very challenging career. It's now what you see on. Tv at all like has his are not made building one day. it's it's really challenging profession for sure Full of a lot of rewards spend full of a lot of challenges as well. And now that i'm trying to to spread the word about wellness and sustainability. It's challenging because as i wanna go. I would like to build the home or building a hundred percent sustainable on a hundred percent while and i'm still not able to do that because the products are still not there for me too. I wish them pints. When i'm just traded like myself rise because i can do it. I said like okay. I need to become a product design to become like a furniture but then thank you can be oldest things like Yeah i need to just focus on my message. When i'm doing and then be fine with the process and be happy that i took the first step that i decided because of my half to take this step and basically making my life mission. It's just non my work anymore. I used to think that. I was making a difference by the power of my Microbes humidity bad. Now that i'm into this. I'm making a difference because i'm trying to spread the word about our sustainable lifestyle of bad because they care about the the our air you know. There's only one planet there's only one body there's only one life and we need to take care of it so now that is. I think that that's my power. As being one of the pioneers in this in just spreading the word and byproduct of that is that i create beautiful spaces. I love love your approach. I love your vibe. And it's definitely not easy to be a pioneer to not be understood from the first ward for sentence. You know not your messages. Probably not always understood and met with no. Oh yes we understand. In with of course why are we all doing it the other way but it must be a very reward in path and by the time you said five years in five years you will see thoughtfully different picture definitely an five years. You will be happy. You started five years ago. Another other sane. One of my favorite ones the best time to plant a tree was twenty years ago. The second time is now is now. Yes it's always better to start if not twenty years ago but the soon this the the best it is it is. It's just. I might have taken the first step. That's an it comes. You know like the first step. Is you your personal life. How you know like for me is the first step would be just recycling seconds. Step is whenever you're purchasing. Something read how is it made. What kind of materials it's made off. Who makes you know are are not only the materials. I mean another things for the materials. Camille sustainable nice. Will kim. By fits non made in a socially conscious way. Forget it by the material for me. That is not the product for so yeah. It's it's like this. This big bobble that i'm we're working on and hopefully i'm very hopeful very positive bad bad. It's gonna start growing and extremely test next year is gonna i think it's i take it as an awakening and unfortunately covid was the one that s i think i know. Forgive me and day mega. Pardon from the listeners. I think it was a positive thing. I think it was a shake that we all need it. Our medical systems tested our tolerance. It tested our solidarity. I'm wearing a mask. I'm not gonna wear masks. We're all the same boat. Let's please respect each other. And until we don't will be facing this issues and by the way sustainability played a big role in it. You said recycling while can we all please take our expired meds in to back to the pharmacy instead of throwing it into the toilet and flushes down the toilet because marine environment marine creatures. They doubt to the antibiotics and they generate new viruses. And you new diseases so until we all learn but this is the place. This is the home interior and exterior this only planet. We have so far. I mean yeah. There's facing this challenges. It's funny because this is something that makes me laugh because everything is good for. You has the fame being interpretive. On ternent medicine alternative foods out. I mean there is not determinative planet tentative body this is it i mean there is not on Me this is it. So i mean yes. We can at least finally marcy. I always ask my guests. One final question to wrap up the interview. One of advice for the listeners of sustainability explored. Just take the first step. Think about what we just said. There is only one planet. There is only one buddy. There is only one life that we have. And let's make the best of the yarmulke count. Think about and i'm going to talk about interior design and it's your home. It's your Shelter the same way that you take care of your body on you. Go to their ganic on tours. Think about your shelter in zimbabwe. It was kind of that you bring to your home. He's to be organic. Needs to be healthy because it's your Shelter it's your home is your office. It's your restaurant so by doing this. You're making sure that you're bringing into your life on your voiding possible health issues in the future. So it's about prevention. Do it miss. Thank you so much. More seat was a big pleasure talking to you today. Namely more on interior design on sustainability. I must confess. You're the first person the first specialist in the field and beyond your field that i know of that approaches the subject with such an integrity and signs in it. When you said. I monitor air quality and they check the water. I melted all. This is not possible this first x. Fees and i am talking to her right now this is. I think you are taking it right now. It might sound like to the extreme but you are taking a whole to a whole different level where you know it's necessary. It's necessary end. Yes you are a pioneer the very prominent one if it's funny because people see me with my little machines and may little thanks and they look very lake jurists crazy. I just heard just to pay not law or might not Thank you very much. It was an amazing conversation. So thank you very much. I know who to give me the opportunity not to keep spreading the war bets. My whole goal absolutely and i encourage older listeners. To go check your website. I will leave the note in the show notes and read your blog. Absolutely any sta grandma. I pay a lot of attention to instagram and leads where i am constantly posting a lot of tips and advice on a healthy hong since sustainable homes make leaders at the mj designed that super. I will add it to their show. Not i think you so much and hang day touching but well. This was marcy garcia from the m. g. lab working on the interior design. I hope you love this interview. We enjoyed our conversation a lot. We discussed with marcy many interesting things. As i said i know that interior designers use air quality monitoring devices. They monitor quality of the quality of water are type of specialist. I am going to. And i encourage you all to not economize not to save on your wellness on your health and always reach out to the professionals to the experts. If you need eighty kind of work done be to nutrition beach design of your home wardrobe or anything else as always. I encourage you to subscribe to the spot cast on the platform. You're listening on. I encourage you to share this episode with your friends and family and anyone who you think might benefit from hearing what we've just discussed with marcie as always if you have any questions for me. Oh my g- ask you can reach out to either of us. Both of us on lincoln. We are from cheval findable and always eager to talk. I have already mentioned. Sharon the spot cast and i would also ask you if you can if you want if you fancy. 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Olivia Scott Welch Says This Was Her Favorite Era To Work In On Fear Street

Direct from Hollywood

03:53 min | 2 months ago

Olivia Scott Welch Says This Was Her Favorite Era To Work In On Fear Street

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Message for Christian Believers

Thirsty Digging

08:35 min | 3 years ago

Message for Christian Believers

"Have you ever thought about on podcast. What i was trying to get this podcast off the ground. I had a lot of questions. How do i record an episode. How do i get my show a tool the avs people like the listen to. How do i make money from my podcast. The answer to everyone of these questions is really simple. Anchor acas a one stop shop for recording hosting and distributing your podcasts. Best of all one hundred percent free and ridiculously easy to use and now anka can match you with great sponsors. Who won appetizer podcasts. That means you get paid to podcast right away. And that's what i'm doing right now by reading this ad you see thirsty. Digging was developed so that it could be various ways. Met this that we could teach you how to live your best life had to be happy and content what you have and how to strive for doing more whether it was through my own musings or whether it was through the interviews that we conduct on this channel. So if you've ever or if you've always wanted to start a pike cass. Make money doing it go to anchor that fm slash start. That's anchor that fm slash. Start to join me in a diverse community of podcasters over to use anchor. That's anchor that fm that slash start. I can't wait to hear your podcasts. Hello everyone thank you for listening to those. The digging my podcast. I'm john wanamaker. And today i'm out in the car. Actually making this podcast. Because i think there is a very important subject. I need to turku touch on for the christian church. I am a deacon at a major church throughout the united states and has very very far reaching Implications for anything. The church does. And i am no longer at church is an active member but at another church that is building me and leadership and i believe that leadership is necessary. Anyone that's involved. There is no such thing as a petitioner operations. Just someone who attends church in aparicio was just a phrase that was created. Recently the call someone who goes to church and simply soaks up. What's taught soaks what what's taught talked about and then never does anything with it. So as a believer we call to action being a believer means that actions dictate. Exactly what it is that we believe. So i am a believer. And i'm confessing that here on the pipe tasks and i confess it every day in my life. When i wake up early in the morning i confess. I wouldn't encourage other christians to also confessed their faith confessing. Your faith is something that you do to yourself. Something you do to guide into the spirit of god who lives within you and then you don't necessarily need to confess it to your friends what you need to do though is your actions need to depict you are a christian so you may hear my son in the background who is drinking and also it looks like i forgot to turn off notifications on my phone but Let this podcast not be something that you're deterred by the distractions because the message is clear Right now god has given me a vision and whenever guy gives you a vision gives you an entire book it once and then you have to flip through the pages of the vision and figure out how to make it plain to other people you explain it to and right now. I'm developing something. Called the celebration of the gospel. Experience gospel has progressed. It has gone from being in the mouth of slaves and then being in the mouth of sharecroppers and being in the mouth of black wall street and bleeding being an amount of the civil rights movement and being in the mouth of post civil rights movement post voting rights act being an amount of nondenominational and christian churches today and gospel music has taken us through the hardest parts of our lives and the hardest pows parts of our history and made us into people who need praise and need worship in order to move into honor and move into teaching and move into learning. So my event that i guy gave me was the celebration of the christian experience I'm looking to bring this event nationwide because right now. Churches are dropping in attendance. There are attendance issues and just like any church as it grows will also decline but churches are experiencing Tremendous drops in attendance. I remember growing up that me and my friends if we stopped in front of a we wouldn't even talk loud. I remembered that we had such reverence for church. We have such reverence for god. We had such reverence for things of religion but now we hear that people going into churches in shooting people people going into churches leaving drug packages people going into churches. Yes everyone in church needs help. Parisioners go to church needing help needing guidance needing to learn something but also passed as need help past need gyns. They need to learn something all they giving you is what was deposited into them so we need to stop putting pastors on a pedestal and look at pastors as just being people who are within a church who decided to take on leadership roles so once again. This is john wanamaker with the thirsty digging. Podcasts and i want to encourage you today to get into a church to get into something. I myself have experienced church hurt. My church hurt goes deep. It hasn't hurt me and my family because he kept me from church for months. But i never stopped reading. My bible. never stop learning. Never stopped pushing myself to pursue god more. Because i will be honest with you. How did you know that there was a building if there's a building. How do you know that there was a builder. The has to be if there was a painting. How do you know that there was a painter has to be so when you look at creation. How do you not believe that there was a creator. If i take a watch and i put a box and i put it in a box and put it in storage for ten thousand years. When i go back there was no big bang. That would make that watch back into a watch if i took it apart piece by piece. I don't believe in the big bang theory you may do. I believe that we all can coexist in whatever religion you choose to pursue but i do believe in a specific religion for me and my family. Whatever your religion is. I know we need love in today's media. We need love in today's Movements that we make in order to interact with one another. My next book coming out is going to be called activated dirt it. It said when we go to funerals has to this dirt dirt and as you can hear them in texas without mufflers but it said funerals ashes to ashes dirt dirt so if we return to en- dirt with made from then we are activated dirt dirt. That's walking around driving cars shopping putting on clothes talking to people and bringing about more children that are made of our dirt so if you take two cups dirt put him into the same box walk ten paces you could never separate that dirt from from each cup that was put into the box so with that being said what are you doing with the interactions. You have well. How will you influencing them in. How are they influencing you. So as we bring the celebration of the gospel experience. I want to let you know that coming to this regardless of where it may be the country. This will be an experience that you have with your able to interact with other people needing what you need. Wanting what you want and experiencing what you're experiencing remember everybody in life terry's ten pounds. It's it's either ten pounds worth of feathers. Ten pounds worth of rocks. But the person you're calling to ask for help you may see their problems his feathers. But i guarantee you ten pounds and there's just as heavy as what you're carrying. I'm john wanamaker. This has been thirsty. Digging and podcast and i thank you in advance for listening to a please share with someone who you think needs to hear it and i pray that you will continue to just support me in any way that you can. I'm john wanamaker thank you so much bye bye.

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Funciones del celebrante y de los asistentes a la Santa Misa

Meditaciones sobre las excelencias de San José

06:20 min | 9 months ago

Funciones del celebrante y de los asistentes a la Santa Misa

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Stop Sidestepping Your Dreams with Lauren Aparicio

Living the Law of Action Show

44:30 min | 7 months ago

Stop Sidestepping Your Dreams with Lauren Aparicio

"Stories of the human Spirit candid conversations about action passion and love the law live action is about living in Balance moving forward with momentum in inspired action overcome challenges create success amplify your life and Achieve things. You never thought possible. It's all waiting for you. If you're ready to break through your fears and live your life in Massive Action. This is the show for you. He's a best-selling author speaker advisor your home Mr. Action himself. Bra Baptist. Welcome to the show action takers glad to have you here. This is another episode of the living the live-action show a very special guest and she is in Florida and we are live in clubhouse. How cool is that? We have an audience and they're just listening in and we're so glad to have you here as you are listening on whatever podcast. Platform you are listening on now today's guest has become a friend like really fast like just like embedded into my life. And I think the reason is because action takers tend to attract action takers. We it's hard for us to be around people that are you know, kind of not doing a whole lot of stuff our our flame blue flame and our red flame Burns bright and we move at a very high vibration and not everybody can hang on. So this person I can totally hang on to Thursday. It's my very dear friend Lauren aparicio. Welcome to the show. Hi everybody. What's going on? Oh my God, just took background. Lauren is an actor model host singer voice over artist Clubhouse room Creator blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah. Like she is someone who lives a life of action and first of all congratulations on all the success that you're having you've been having a lot of success in a very very short time that I've known you and I'm thrilled about that. Thank you so much. I think I've always been an action taker but for myself that has been and to pursue my dream has been in the last five years or so, you know, I was always working for other people. I was an assistant for a-listers and Chef in the film and t space and I just kind of got to a point where it was like, all right, I'm taking action. I'm you know, making money I'm perpetuating other people's dreams and that's nice. But what about me off and I had to start taking action to pursue my goals and luckily had some mentors who sort of sidestepped my path and said, hey, you know, you really need to go and pursue birth. Thing and I'll help you out and you know, like there was so many people that basically allowed me to see myself in a different light and I was in a space where I finally started accepting that yeah, I don't have forever. And if I just want to go for it, I have the means and opportunity to do so, so why am I not doing it? So I really had a step into the brake light. So it's been a wild journey in the last five years. Well, what do you think especially about you is you've been in the industry a lot of people like on the outside want to get in you were in but you were behind the scenes. So share a little bit about life. Oh my God, I mean I started in tour production. I started working at venues when I was fifteen and then tore production after college when I was a radio DJ did podcasting for a while and o v v and then started going on the road with different bands and I was wanted to be a singer but I was too afraid to sing. I was too afraid that if I wasn't perfect, you know, I wasn't going to make it and so I just sort of sidestepped to that dream completely and started working behind the scenes in tour production and then eventually fell into film and TV production on the little film called Zombieland, and I was one of our favorite movies by the way. Yeah. Yeah love that movie. We have to talk offline about that because I love that movie and it's largest love that movie such a good film and it was it was at the time. I think that was before The Walking Dead and all that. So the zombie movie that came out was like Our Generations zombie film, you know, it was something that was very much needed a job. His comedy and so that was 2009 when we shopped that and I was a PA and people liked my energy they would call me a firecracker. They would give me a task and I would run to get it done and I'd come back and be like, wow, you're so fast. And that was great and you got exactly what I needed to get and I was just go for it. Right and you know slowly but surely actually very quickly. I should say. I kept getting booked and this is all in Atlanta. I grew up in Atlanta. I kept getting booked on movies and more movies and more movies and more movies doing behind-the-scenes positions. And then I moved to LA when I was twenty-six about a year later and started working in production. There did a lot of television and a lot of food TV and really got into the food space and Food Network thought it was amazing and I was enjoying it. I was kind of just like going with the flow, but I think you know for for all of that time there was always this subconscious thoughts. The back of my head that knew that I was using this job in these production gigs as an excuse not to go and pursue my own dreams. Wow. Wow, that's hm. That's odd because I was just thinking my question was, you know, when I talked to my coaching clients and they say, oh my God, my life is so easy. I am so successful. My life is so easy. I've not a care in the world and I I tell them you're playing too small if everything is happening for you. You're playing too small you have so much power to do and the fact that you realize that says a lot bout you. Well, it's even I mean thank you. But also I realized those things and I kept sidestepping. You know, I I realized it as at certain point I realized when am I going to go and be the actor? When am I going to stop being the actors assistant? You know, but then I just kept going because the money comes an opportunity comes and off and you sometimes feel like you can't say no because you still want to be working in the business. Right? Right. So you don't want to say no to a gig but then how do you reshape your life? So it's you in front of the camera and then you know, you also have to look at it this way to if you've ever transition from one career to the other people. There's this big fear of oh my God, how are people going to receive me off our people going to understand that I'm going for my dream now in my thirties like of acting but they've always known me as the behind-the-scenes person, you know, you'll get haters. You'll get people questioning wage. Good people, you know asking you why you're doing something you know, and it's it's just a lot of distraction quite frankly. And if you really feel in your heart that you need to go back to pursue something. It has no validation what anybody else says like that that validity doesn't hold you have to validate your own self and make that decision to to try it out to go for it. And I mean, you know, I just kind of came to the conclusion, you know, and this is all pre Covetous course that like, I don't know if I was going to get that opportunity again where I was in a space where someone was supporting me and saying like I'll help you with school and I'll help you with this and you know, I was thirty-three years old when that was happening and I was an assistant and it was just like, okay. This is literally being hand delivered to me. How can I not Go and do this now. Like there was I basically ran out of excuses Rob. Well, I think that's great in you know, the one thing is is that we get stuck and for you to know that you are suck because the law of actions based on this side plan and act and what happens is you don't act you think you're acting but you're just doing busy work rights and not do it and people think it's procrastination or lack of information and ninety-nine percent of the time it's fear and if you zero on that fear, like was it for your success was it fear of unworthiness? Yes, what was it fear of success for me fear of success fear of unworthiness fear of working hard, which is so crazy. Cuz I'm the hardest worker you'll ever meet. Oh, yeah, but working hard for myself is a completely different game and I would work 19-hour days sometimes on birth. I mean I learned I learned my dues. Like I paid I paid them earned them ten times over and definitely didn't get paid for the amount of work. I did and how hard I had to work off as a production person let alone a woman in production, you know and and working with men my whole life and and you know, now of course luckily things are starting to change and you know, the future of leadership is definitely feel you know, I and non-binary and I definitely I'm definitely thankful that this opportunity came back for me to say, okay. I'm not do production anymore. Unless I'm in front of the camera. I had to make that choice I had to say that out loud. I had to start telling people when they were asking me why I was going into acting they you know, and and stepping in front of the camera as opposed to behind. I had to like say out loud like it's my turn, you know, and I deserve this and I had to practice doing So I wouldn't continually feel this sort of like imposter syndrome. I felt more of an imposter when I called myself a chef in the business to be honest. Wow, not as an actor. Yeah, I was working cooking for celebrities and producers and stuff and had my own business for a while. And that was a job that happened overnight from Kraft service to being a chef or a really big producer Joel Silver. He is the one who is producer for the Matrix and you know a bunch of other films and and he's Legend and and that changed the course of my life when they sort of took me from obscurity on set the middle of like a 2 a.m. Lunch break. It's just quit walked off the set after thirty-two years and I got a phone call from his assistant at the time. He said hey, I know you like to cook. Can you come and finish Joel's meal his Chef like walked out and I'm like, I don't even know if I'm allowed to talk about this will find out what's behind a dog. Cuz we got a good audience so fun down. Oh, he's actually in The Hollywood Reporter right now. But anyway, you know, it was just like all right. Well, I guess I'm just now and then it was like, Chef tan my paychecks like overnight and it was very weird for me. I was a great cook. I mean I held my own I I ended up cooking with his main Chef mom and years and I've traveled with them and it was super fun, but I never felt really connected to that and when I was able to start off again, I hadn't acted since God like high school. I'd done radio, of course as you know, and how what we've been talking about work behind the scenes, but I hadn't been in front of the camera and so long to say that I was an actor. It was still a little bit easier than saying I was a chef. I don't know and so I just knew like I've always been a thespian. I've always been a performer. So I just when you run out of excuse you do one of two things you pivot into a job that you loved or you don't you know, like it's really 50/50 and it's your choice. Nobody else in that I didn't want I didn't want the validation from other people anymore because it's exhausting exhausting to worry constantly when people think about you and if what you're doing is the right thing, and I just had to start going with my gut and my intuition and what I knew to be true was that as soon as I started to step into that light of mine that I've always had but his life like the doors started opening and I got my first role in the Irishman. I mean l and Lewis is a huge casting director. My knees were shaking when I was walking into the audition. Yeah when you log And I couldn't believe I got it when you live in flow and you're doing what you're supposed to do. Yeah, things just happen and when you're deciding and you're planning and you're acting you're living in momentum, the universe takes note and things happen opportunity comes into your life people come into your life. They create opportunity wink wink like seriously. Yeah. Yeah, no kidding. Yeah, absolutely. And I mean, I definitely am grateful for every single person including you who has helped me with voice over recently and hand-delivering me to your agent and you know, not just that like the fact that relationships are off everything. Let's just start there. Like none of these things would have happened without me being my true self and having a relationship, you know, it wasn't like I became friends with someone to get the opportunity. It was truly because there was a friendship in a relationship there that the opportunity came anytime. I want you. I want you to stop for a moment. I want you to repeat Yeah, I really want that too late. So just repeat that again, cuz I know what you said but say it again it's so powerful. So basically like any what did I say wrong like any so like when I'm pursuing something because I want it versus building a relationship in a friendship. That's when opportunity comes but if I come from it as I want this opportunity it sort of taints the relationship because there's an agenda and so all these incredible things that have come to me have been because of organic true relationships that I've had and I'm very grateful for that. Absolutely and that's the best way to be a it's a lot of fun to do business and make money with your friends. It's just bad and people know, you know, I can tell when people want to get off in communication with me and one even access to me and they want something and I also know yeah when they're genuine and and being on clubhouse has made me a lot more accessible and a lot, you know, it's raised my platform and I have to actually manage and I'm starting to learn how people are different in, New Jersey. Wait, because I'm I love people and and I I love love people and I love being a relationship with people. I love connecting and I assume that everybody is like that I discovered in a very short amount of time that they're people that want to get to me to get to someone else and they have done that and I've seen that and then they pretty much put their finger up and said fuck you robbed and got to where they wanted to get and screwed me over when I was elevating them with, you know, it's just it just kind of blows my mind. So for you to say that money is really significant and really speaks to who you are. Thank you. I appreciate that. I mean I I will I won't ever forget you know, I was being treated really bad before I got that Chef job with Joel by some other girls that I worked in service and they were gaslighting me before people were talking about the word gas light. I wasn't even a thing. This is on Hunger Games and they were treating me like shit and I was putting up with it cuz I needed to work and I needed to make money and I'll never forget when Joel asked me on the spot to be his Chef. I actually even though I was miserable with these women on another phone not worked on, you know with on the film with Joel. You know I said no I said no. I can't be your shot because I have a crew like I didn't I still had sort of Integrity. Like I wasn't just getting like yeah sure because there's a structure on a film set. You know, I'm like one of those like I said, I can't just be like, oh, yeah all the money and run like even though these girls were totaled bitches found. I mean sorry they were and you know, not sorry because they treated me her horribly and I put up with it because I wanted to keep working and and people will will try it out your life. It's ruthless craft Services ruthless like oh, yeah, so especially in certain cities, so my point is my point is is I said no to Joel and took minutes later after I walked off of his trailer. I called back his assistant Carmel who's since passed and I said Carmel all do it because I had to take a minute after that offer to think about how I felt and think about where I was and I knew that this kind of opportunity to work for a producer that had done the things that he had done and also money and also creativity and also bring in a space where I'm going to be protected, you know, like I didn't want to be in this callous High School mentality very toxic group of girls anymore. I didn't want them and I sure as hell. I needed them. But again the universe showed up for me and so I called Carmel back and I said I'll take the job and then that's when I started working for celebrities again before that. I had worked for Ben Stiller. Yeah, there's a lot of people don't realize that the the chain of command and how it works in dog. Film behind the scenes there are certain pecking orders that you don't change their certain areas on a set. You don't go into there's certain people you don't talk to it is it is very, very structured and you just don't cross those lines. You don't sit in certain chairs. You don't stand in certain places you you're not where you're not supposed to be and you're where you're supposed to be and you thought oh the line or you will not be there the next day or the next hour. Yeah, absolutely. And I think for me it was just kind of like, you know, I was just trying to like be the good person. Like I was even though I hated these girls and they treat them the awful. I still wanted to go out with some Integrity because I didn't want them smearing my name just in case like this was just going to be like a one-time thing with it. May go up the rung, but you also can come down. Oh, yes that active again. So relationships are everything, you know, and so the producers really helped me and you know, I remember them looking at me being like yeah a few basically like they they basically treated me like I screwed them over after right, you know that I was, you know, betraying them and I was like, dude you can't be happy for me that like I've moved up the ladder. I've been working my ass off for five years doing crafty busting my ass in the union. This is before I was even acting right now. This is like 2013/2014. And you know, it's it's so hard even women even women will tear you down like it's not like a man or woman thing. It's an industry thing. Absolutely, you know, and it can be totally ruthless. So you've overcome and you know done courage. Yeah, it takes courage to step up and be like, no you're not going to treat me that way anymore and no I'm not going to work for this. Little peon amounts of money to deal with your crap anymore good for you. Like I it's hard though. It's so hard to walk away from this from this system that you create this lifestyle within, you know film and and for so many years. I judged my worth by my work and when I wasn't working my worth was completely punished. I felt like I was a nobody because people weren't calling and then all of a sudden they call and you're like, oh that was a dumb thought and that's that's almost everybody in the entertainment industry. It's it's the only job, you know, I get fired every a couple of times a week. I get hired for a job and I audition I booked a job I do the job. They love me and then I'm fired again. Thought they want to see if they want to rehire me every single time. It's just it's just part of the business and it takes a lot of thick skin to be in the entertainment business. I want to switch which which channels here real quick. I want to get a little deep wage. So, okay. Oh God. I want to ask you a question and I want you to think for a moment. So, you know I said that there's decide there's Plan and there's act and most people decide they planned and they failed to act. So what I want to ask you is what in your life have you done or you decided you planned and then you a cruise did it and what was the result by doing that what was the great result? What happened? Okay. Wow. I mean, I've done it so many times but the biggest go back to my big well acting asked acting with the best because I had lived in La already and New York had gone back to Atlanta got a job as an assistant to an action that actor was like, you know, I'll help you out. So I packed up all my stuff once again. Went back to New York for a second time after having a horrible first experience living there because of someone I was working for and I I went back to school. I was thirty-three. I went back to school and I was walking through the door of Lee Strasberg film and theater Institute legendary for Strasburg and the method right? He created the method and Page the stanislavsky. Oh my God, I can't even say it right now. That's okay, you know and it was I was walking through legendary doors, but I have this huge fear because I was older than most people there and I'm starting all over again. I left a a pretty cushy job, even though it wasn't as glamorous as I got paid quite a bit doing craft service and cheffing as well personal shopping. And yeah, I took this huge leap of faith that I have a photo of it on my Instagram from years ago 2017. And I walked through that red door into my first class and I opened my mouth to introduce myself cuz we were going around in a circle and it was like my whole life flashed before me and came out of Iraq into a form of tears and I just completely bald it all out. I couldn't even say my name because I was so nervous and another kid came up to me who was like so much younger than me and was just like I totally get it. I used to work in the mines of Australia and I worked for every single penny. I had to be able to have enough money and come to the states and just like immediately as soon as I was vulnerable and shared how nervous I was and excited. I was there was this community that had my back and I just like even talking about it makes me wanna cry and I just felt like I had a ride You know and it's so it doesn't really like matter what age it's it's seeing the opportunity and being open to the opportunity and then packing up your bags and not worry about what anyone has to say and not thinking about the fact that oh, well, you've already lived there before. What's what's it going to be like this time? How's it going to be different and just shutting up and showing up your demon your ahead and just getting in the car and putting the freaking break and you know, putting it into drive, you know, and like when you over think it is when you stop yourself off and so I always say fear will fuk U ya, So you broke through your fear and what was the big win? So now you broke through your fear. You decided to plant fear. Tell me tell me what's that big wins? So then I got a call from SNL to do some background work and they featured me as a bartender and then because of that they call me back two more times and with sag because they're a sag, you know, eligible show. I got my sag card within the first eight months. I was eligible within the first eight months of just going for it. Oh, yeah, all these doors start opening like that doesn't happen. Some people don't get their sad card for like ten years. Yes. Yeah. It's amazing. I was eligible within the first 8 months. That's crazy. And I did join for another year because I wanted to get a body of work and then I went in for the Irishman audition and I had been doing Comedy Central stuff and getting some really funny stuff a couple of things went viral and birth. And went in for the audition with Ellen was for the Irishman and then I got it and then I I joined the union then. That's amazing. I mean look look that was that's like one year not even a whole year. Okay, I did that all in less than a year. You you live the law of action and you had the momentum and suck when you decide a new plan a new act and you break through your fear and you live a life of inspired action. The universe takes note and says, hey Laura you been playing here and now you've stepped it up and you're playing here and now look what we're going to do for you and I'm sure doors open people came into your life and it's still happening. Now. It's it's a it's a domino effect and it builds on it over and over and over again and you still deciding you plan and you acted you're also an asker. So you decide you plan and then you ask, you know, you have a lot of things going on in clubhouse you ask me for help and all I can do is ever say no choice, but you have the cojones to ask and and that's really someone who lives and Inspired Life. So I want to really acknowledge you for that now we're going to get a little more wow birth. That's yeah, that's so I want to just acknowledge what you said about the courage to ask. I never thought about it like that because I've always been such an inquisitive person and I've always been the person that asked questions and raised their hands in class. I've always been that person because I want to truly understand and if I don't understand I'm going to ask, you know, it's just like if I don't have the knowledge on something I'm not going to tell somebody bullshit. I'm going to figure out what the answer is. So it is hard I think for a lot of people to just take that step to even just ask the question. What do I want off? And then how do I get it? And then how do I keep doing it? You know, so yes, so I appreciate that. So yesterday I texted you and told you so yesterday in clubhouse or the other day in clubhouse Grant Cardone was in there. He's got five hundred seventy seven thousand followers. He's incredibly successful multi-millionaire billion dollars a real estate just about a $47 check off. He's very intimidating to a lot of people and I had a chance to talk to him briefly and I had a question for him and I asked him because my philosophy is all he can do is say no and if I don't ask then I've already gotten so people don't ask questions based on fear of the answer and what they do is they don't ask the question because they're afraid the answer will be no home. And then they've already guaranteed that the answer is no so I asked and I got it. Yes and I got text from all these people that were in the room yesterday. They're like, oh my God, you're like asked him to be broadcast. You just like you just said flat-out. I would love you. Would you please be a guest on my podcast and and they're like, how did you do that? I said I asked I broke through my Fear Factor in think about it because one of the things is with living a life of inspired action and really breaking through your fear, you know, you're in flow when things are happening and my commitment and my stand off. How I live my life, which is to make a difference in people's lives. I believe that having him on the podcast and life transformation radio, which is my other podcast would be significant may have an impact on the listeners because he truly has a story of transformation. He's going to share that it's not just about money. There's a story of transformation that if you don't know about it, you're going to find out when you listen. I know that will have a significant impact on people's lives. And so I would have been selfish if I didn't break through my fear and ask that question. Yeah. Yeah, I mean to me I think it's just like anything when you tell your story you give others permission to tell there's absolutely yeah and so I can only lead by example. I'm only share what I know and what I don't know I'm here to be an active listener and learn and whether you're Grant Cardone or someone would one follower like you don't have to be an expert you just have to start and I think that's where the fear kills us all as we all feel like we've got to have some master plan figure it out and it's just that's just not it. It's just not it. That's what TV says, right instead say yeah, so you can give me a break baby steps decide plan act baby steps and you can always reach out and I'll give you another example, so I've been manifesting that I want to be a series regular by August and I literally got an audition of my first theatrical audition from my agent would just signed with two months ago and it's for a series regular so, okay. Yep. Hold on. Good job, you little action taker you I'm just so impressed with everything that you're doing. You're amazing. Thank you. Thank you, and it's just I'm sitting here in my hotel room and I'm reading the script for it. And then I'll do the the addition tape and it's not even about whether I get it or not. It's the fact that I'm a lines and I said that's what I want and I'm getting for my first audition with a new agent how long series regular that's fucking crazy. No, it's not crazy this perfect because you are living a life of inspired action. You are deciding planet. In fact, you're living in momentum and the universe is taking notice of that now I heard awareness. Here we go flip the script again speaking of scripts. I love it. When and your life. This is harder and this is like and this is this is harder. I'm just telling you when in your life. Have you decided to do something? Plan to do something and because of overwhelming fear. Failed to act. What was the consequence? I mean My Sanity because when I failed to act I just go around in my head over and over and over and over and I beat myself up when I know that I am the key to my own door. So it's no one else's fault, but my own so I can blame the weather. I can blame the dog. I can blame the house whatever but I think it's just having that moment that come to Jesus come to Universe moment and getting real with yourself in the mirror and being like yo, do you really want this or you just saying you want it because it sounds like a good idea and it sounds like it's fun to be famous or it's fun to be rich or it's fun to be all that wage. I've worked for Rich and Famous People. It's not always fun. Right and I've seen it from their eyes and I've heard the stories and I don't want to be an actor to be famous. I want to be an actor because the moment. I got onto the set of the Irishman and I stood on my Mark and I hit the mark and I did what I needed to do. I've never felt so alive in my entire life and that's how I feel that in that moment. I was exactly aligned and I knew that this is what I want to do for the rest of my life. I want to play I want to have fun. But I also want to inspire through the roles that I'm able to be a part of life, you know, and so yeah, I don't know if that answers the question didn't and I'm going to I'm going to it didn't and I'm going to I'm going to hold you accountable on that and I'm going to share with you. I know exactly what your home will I know exactly how you're feeling because I would do voice-over for free. I don't and I'm very well-compensated. I love bringing people's words to life. In fact that I mean, we just I just found out we've sold 411000 copies of how Elrod's the miracle morning that I narrated that is huge and most people don't listen. Don't listen to audiobooks. They don't read the books. And so that means that I have been part of the transformation of these people's lives that have experienced that book because I brought how Elrod's words to life and that just there's nothing like it. I mean when you get into a booth and you're delivering and it's there's nothing like it and I've done that camera work and I love it. I mean, there's nothing well, there's just nothing it's funny. I think like I think it's when you it's it's when you're connected just like when you're connected to the Happy what you always tell me absolutely, you know, you get you can hear the difference in the takes when you're connected to the copy and when you're not and it's the same thing on camera when you're connected that you are unstoppable but more importantly you're affecting people and when you can affect people and Inspire them, like what better job is there? Okay, here we go. I'm going to refrain this for you. So this is this is your opportunity. I want you to be vulnerable in this so we're in your life. Have you decided to do something you've planned wage and then based on fear, whether it's fear of unworthiness fear of success fear of looking bad in front of others or fear of looking to get in front of your family and friends and feeling uncomfortable about that that you failed to act and what was the consequence? I mean, I don't mean to sound like this but I haven't ever not failed. I've never failed like I've never failed. I I know I know Rob I've acted on everything I've ever wanted everything. I wanted to work in the film business. I did it. I wanted to go on tour. I did it. I wanted to work in the music business. I did it. I am to be a radio DJ. I did it. I wanted to work for celebrities. I did it. I wanted to become an actor. I am that I am doing that and I'm committed to that but as far as like home, I don't know. I don't even know how to answer that. I don't know how to answer that because maybe when it comes to love and relationships I can talk about how okay, that'll be good so I can talk about it in my career because I've never not done what I wanted to do. And you know, I've just always done it. All right. I don't know well, so here's the thing and I I very rarely come across someone who fails to act. I am one of those people I decide which plan and I act I mean, right we started we started to podcasts in the last 72 hours and we just keep going and going and going and I have a fear of heights. I don't have a fear of speed. I have a fear of knives. I don't have a fear of guns and I certainly don't have a fear of moving forward in business and I'm Not Afraid or fearful of talking to anyway, so I'm the same way. I will say in the past. You know, I almost didn't do an audition because I was just didn't think I would get an unworthy and it's funny because I I did audition for it. And after I did audition for it the job that I actually called my agent up Anthony and said, hey, I'm not going to do this actually birth. The job cuz I went ahead and did it broke through my fear and it was it was it was close to a seven-figure Payday. So that would have been the cost that would have been the cost. So that's why I was saying, you know, so in your relationship you've decided implanted you failed to act. It's just okay. This is a hard question to answer. I know it's very hard not cuz I don't want to answer it. I'm not avoiding the question but I mean, I think just because I did everything but I took time to do it like I've been explaining this whole conversation was like I wanted to be an actor and a singer my okay here. There you go home. I want to be a singer my whole life. I've never fully pursued that dream. That is one thing. I've never fully pursued and lullaby club actually approved me. I sent them videos of me singing. I've sung Broadway. I know doing Cabaret and stuff like that. But but yet I keep telling them while I'm too loud to sing. I'm a belter I can't sing softly off. So I just want to host so there I am hiding myself right there. So there we go, so, There it is. Okay. There you go. So we dug love deeper. So that's amazing. So then I said to them so I said to the team I said, I'm going to work on something else. Please. Let them know that I'm going to work on something but I do want to like host and do like ASMR but yes, I mean absolutely so you can get a band together. You could have been a recording artist like you could so grew up in the music business. I know very very famous people in the business that I could have. If I if I wasn't afraid to have sung in front of them. I probably would have be in a different position right now for sure and that's what I wanted you to, you know flush out in that. Yeah, there's a cost of inaction and letting fee. You like it's huge. But I don't want it anymore. I don't think I want it anymore and it's okay that yeah, that's what's so interesting is like I'm glad I actually waited this long to pursue acting because I have a life experience, you know, and I I've travelled around the world and I have stories to tell and I can use that in my acting and in my characters, you know, I'm just starting. Oh, yeah. I've only been to you know, I'm the beginning of all this the beginning of my career. Okay. So so yeah, so I I don't know I I definitely would the whole singing thing. It's definitely a regret wage, but that would be probably my only one and then when it comes to love that's a whole other story. So, you know apply for that will do that. I'd life will do that on life transformation ready. We'll talk about the transformation of your love life on transformation. So we are this is the living the live-action show. We are actually recording this live on clubhouse. We have an audience of people. So if you're in the audience and you would like to ask Lauren a question wage Please raise your hand and we will bring up on stage and we we happy to have you and if not, that's okay to either way. We just want to make that available to you cuz that's one of the perks of being live and in the room with all right, there's a lot of there's a lot of people in the room and no one's saying anything. So all I can say is that Lauren. I love you. I love you. I love you. I love your my friend. Thank you for being so extraordinary. You truly are this beautiful beautiful soul, and your light burns so freaking bright and I'm glad that you're really realize how extraordinary you are if someone wanted to reach you. In in being in your your Clubhouse rooms, once you go ahead and say your Clubhouse rooms and how would they get in touch? Oh, yeah. There you go. Yeah, so I have to clubs here on clubhouse one is called the only room it's an entertainment industry professional networking club. And it's the club where it happens. We connect we collab we make deals and we bring our highest selves to the room and it's a safe and all inclusive space for mindful entertainment professionals. And we do an ass can offer room every Monday and Wednesday right here on clubhouse 5 p.m. Eastern where people can come up introduce themselves. Say a I thought about who they are where they're from what they're working on and if they haven't asked an offer and it's been really incredible people have actually been signed in the room like randomly. There was a talent agent on stage Tik Tok star needed an agent and there you go boom and they ended up signing a contract like two days later and we're actually at would just hit as of right now that I'm looking where thousand members. Yes dead. Yep, that's graduations started the club like a week and a half ago. So that's pretty great. And it's all about building community. And then I do a show called behind the curtain on Fridays and I interview people just in the entertainment business but their stories and it's really really fun. It's like a little bit of late night meets Oprah meets Ellen and that sort of Echoes my main show quarantine, but cute which is on Instagram every Wednesday and I have incredible guests from all over the world as well chefs and actors and meditation Specialists and yoga teachers and dancers and am really incredible humans, even my own therapist has come on from the actors fund to help people get through the pandemic. So it's been quite incredible and and I really can say this to everybody took matter where you are in your life. You just have to create your own thing. I think that's the best advice I could give anybody. Don't worry about what everybody else is doing. I'm from a place of love and hearts. And and really when you start creating people will come if you build it people will come, you know, they will come and suck. So so true and I just started building my own little house of my own light and then the roof blew off of it and like attracts like and now it's it's not just about me. It's now about a community of people who want to live high vibrational e, and I'm here to help facilitate that in my own life and with my new friends, especially some incredible people. I've met here on clubhouse including you rob home of thank you so much for helping me. Thank you. Thank you for being a guest on the living the live-action show Lauren aparicio. Really? What a joy. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. All right, ladies and gentlemen, that is a rap for the living the law of action show action takers. You got this take time to breathe. Don't let fear stop see you decide plan and act and live a life of inspired action until next time. Thank you for listening to the living room all events show with mr. Action Baptist. He's raised reviews and subscribe.

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159. Qu es ser optimista

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#C172 (Chibcha to chickadee)

The Dictionary

10:28 min | 5 months ago

#C172 (Chibcha to chickadee)

"Hello word nerds. Welcome to the dictionary. It's may thirty first. The end of may think. I might try and get through this one a little bit quickly. The first word is chip jaw capital c. h. i. b. c. h. a. now from eighteen fourteen one a member of an indian people of central colombia to the extinct language of the chip shop people. I dislike pain chitchat. But that might be a little disrespectful. And i don't want to be that Yeah indian people over there all over. The place chip chip chip. Chen is next adjective from nineteen zero two of relating to or construe constituting a language family of colombia and central america. Obviously that's related to the last one next is chip uc or shibuk c. h. i. b. o. u. k. or b. o. u. q. u. e. noun from eighteen eleven. A long stemmed turkish tobacco pipe with a clay bowl. It's a checkbook. This is from french though. 'jabuka from the turkish Coobook so at least turkish is in there. I was gonna say if it's just a french word why why why. It's a turkish tobacco. It should not be french. Should be turkish okay next. We have chic. C h i c. I form noun from eighteen fifty six one smart elegance and sophistication of dress or manner. Synonym is style as in wears her clothes with superb chic to a distinctive mode of dress or manner associated with a fashionable lifestyle ideology or pursuit as in wearing the latest in urban chic. Three a faddish fabulously popular quality or appeal. Also something as a practice or interest having such appeal as in the transient tides of sheikh. That's a quote from irving kristol crystal with a came second. Form of sheikh is an adjective from eighteen. Sixty five one collectively. Stylish synonym is smart as in the woman who is sheikh adapts fashion to her own personality. That's quote from elizabeth l. post to currently fashionable as in a chic restaurant. Chic lee is an adverb. And she kness is a noun. And i don't think there was any eh molly moving onto chicano with a capital c noun from nineteen sixty seven an american woman or girl of mexican descent and kana is also an adjective. This is mexican spanish. It is the feminine of chicano. Which is that. Yes that that will be here. We'll get to that shortly. I was gonna say it'd be if they had one and not the other next. We have chicane or chikan. C h i c a n e of verb from circa. Sixteen seventy two. This is the first form to use chicanery. As in this is a quote a wretch he had taught to lie and chikan quote from george meredith. Oh by the way. That was the in transitive. Definition now we have the transitive definition. Which has the synonyms trick and cheat. So you can get an idea from that. This is a french word from a chicken air from the middle french Which means to quibble or prevent justice. Second form of chikan is a noun from sixteen eighty. Six one the synonym is chicanery. We'll get to that next but first to a an obstacle on a race. Course that's educate okay to be a series of tight turns in opposite directions in an otherwise straight stretch of a road racing course and three the absence of trump's in a hand of cards next is chicanery. Chikan reach cain ariya noun from sixteen sixty nine one deception by artful subterfuge or sophistry sophistry. The synonym is trickery. So yeah if you're playing tricks on people and doing nasty things that's chicanery number. Two a piece of sharp practice as at law. A trick is the synonym That's that next. We have chicano now. Yes now in from nineteen forty seven. Let's then why was khanna nine hundred sixty seven and this one was nineteen forty seven all right an american and especially a man or boy of mexican descent. Jocano is also an adjective next. We have chichi or chichi spelled. C. h. i see. Hi i form noun from nineteen zero eight. One frilly or elaborate ornamentation to synonyms are affect tation or aparicio's acidy presi acidy and the number three. The synonym is sheikh. This is a french word. but it doesn't give any other etymology g. Okay second form of chichi adjective from nineteen twenty. Six one elaborately ornamented synonyms are showy end. Frilly as in a chichi dress to synonyms are rt and paralysis. As in chichi poetry g g poetry. Gee-gee bu betri three synonyms arshi and fashionable as in a chichi nightclub. So chee next. We have chick chick noun from the fifteenth century. One a a domestic chicken especially one newly hatched. There are some goose chicks who live around upon and in a park not like a mile away from where i live And i saw them yesterday. They're like six or seven of them. this there so so dan cute Let's see one be the young of any bird to synonym is child and three is slang. Unless you are allowed to the synonyms are girl and woman This is from the middle. English shaikh c. h. y. k. e. which is an alternative of chicken although this chicken only has one c or a there's no see before the k. Chicken chaikin. that's how they used to spell it in the middle english days and our last word is chickadee c. h. e. k. a. d. e. chicken d. noun from eighteen. Thirty eight. it was it was it i Was that guy's name. You know my little check a day. Here i'll think of it later Noun from eighteen thirty eight any of several small north american assigned birds that are related to the tit. Mice usually having usually have the crown of the head. Distinctively by my brain is not reading. The words They usually have the crown of the head. Distinctly darker than the body and have sometimes been placed especially formerly in a related genus. So the genus of these guys is a police. Post deal. Poa sil- That is of the family paradise But then at the end it says there. Formerly in a related genus that genus is peru's peru's pa s chicopee birds What is that guy's name. I do not wanna look it up. I don't want it out some. It's two letters and that name. And i know it. I'm gonna kick myself when i figured out Okay we'll skip it so today. We had chipped chip chen. Ching suk chic. Chicano chikan chicanery chicano. Chichi check and chickadee Well i guess the ones that i thought were the interesting and fun. Were either chic or chichi. Which one i guess chichi seems like it has Maybe cheek ramlet al cheese way more fun word to say so. We'll pick chichi. As the word of the episode a g g g to t t t gt teach. T t t t g. g. Okay the holidays May thirty first. It's memorial day here in the states. It is the fda fashion awards it is world no tobacco day every day. Come on Uk has spring bank holiday. It's funny in australia. Canada and india. They are celebrating the usa me day. Do they get the day off like we do. Doubt it Let's see well. Are we on the right day. Yes we are is In brunei it is the anniversary of royal brunei malay- regiment in the dayaks in sarawak malaysia and west kalimantan indonesia. It is the beginning of galway. Deok i do not know how to pronounce those words. I apologize and then are fun. Holidays memorial day. We already said that and world no tobacco day and the last one is national. Macaroni day. all right. I've spoken enough for today. Thank you very much listening. And until next time this is spencer dispensing information goodbye.

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Hoteles en el espacio? Si, es posible

Un poco de todo

05:17 min | 7 months ago

Hoteles en el espacio? Si, es posible

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Running Urbain : Impacts de la pollution, comment agir ? / Paris Running Festival

Dans La T?te D'un Coureur

49:10 min | 5 months ago

Running Urbain : Impacts de la pollution, comment agir ? / Paris Running Festival

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We'll be talking real and unapologetic about all things light in culture and everything in between from someone who's never quite bit in listen to life as a gringo on the iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcast brought to you by state farm like a good neighbour. State farm is there. But as a liberty. Las aparicio sentiment debacles their state farm. The aletha sort of printing yeoman dawn. Stay farming gong. The your home income you brandon. There's our own don't see note. State farm is tie. This is straight fire with jason mcintyre. What is straight far family with me. Jason mcintyre straight fire for friday. August twenty seventh. We made it to the end of the week. It feels like a super long week so busy. Just slam wall to wall with sport. This podcast has been popping off all week. Four straight days against. I think a mutt one hundred percent. Sure raji can confirm. That might have been the first time in the year. We've done this podcast. We've had four straight guests but it's getting close to football. You know i know. Netflix is going to be a big fantasy football week. I've got like five drafts next week. I wanted to get in some of the as many smart folks we could if you missed it. And you're just picking up this one we had criticims. We debated tom brady. That was fun. Tea is the only man on the face of the earth. Who doesn't think tom. Brady's the greatest quarterback of all time daniel jeremiah. Just fun facts galore from one of the greatest sports media guys. That isn't with a team. He's very good. We had kevin clark earlier in the week. From the ringer spicy takes and we had preston. Johnson who kinda change it up a little curve ball. I dunno. I need to interrupt the prologue here at the beginning. Because i need to ask rob g prologue epilogue on it. I might have butchered that. I need to ask you rob. Gee where were you on the preston. Johnson and nf t. crypto punk service All that internet he stuff. I'm sure there was a segment of our audience. That really enjoyed. I asked where were you. I didn't ask god. I know the audience. Well i know. I heard from a lot of people that they totally dug it But i want to know what you thought. Just not my cup of tea. Not my cup of tea. You wanna elaborate. The first half of the first half of it was great. I love the college football angles and then we started talking about. Ft's and blockchain technology and you know crypto and things like that and it's like i don't know if that might be a little bit above the heads of eighty percent of our listeners here or are you calling our audience dumb are you saying. They're not sports fans chateauroux. I know they've got the always smart as fans are fan which is short for fanatic. Obviously there are a little crazy and unhinged and yeah yeah the the deep south college football country has a reputation as not the smartest folks in the world and listen a lot of that. People will just point like the high school graduation rates and in mississippi. It's like the dead last in the country and oh look they're also dead lasting covert like. I'm not going to come out and say that stuff you guys can look it up yourself but unfortunately we do have to talk about covert. I'm really annoyed with it. I got hit out here guys. La county and they came down with some bs mandates this week that's had four youth sports. Yes that is like seven eight nine. Ten eleven twelve year olds at youth sports before a practice. The athlete has to get a test and before the game an athlete has to get a covert test. Like personally i want some techs chains with dad's for some of these teams mostly dads that i know 'cause you gotta be careful the cove stuff and i'm just telling you these guys are like laughing like yeah sure that's really going to have good luck enforcing that i don't a i don't know why soccer is outside outside. It's an outdoor sport. You're out side. Our kids don't even have to wear mass at recess out side like a listen. I know delta serious and people are hospitalized and you can't vaccine give the vaccine to ten year olds but folks. It's really becoming a story. Not just in the youth sports level again. I'm la county. Maybe it's not bad everywhere else and oh by the way forty five minutes south in orange county. It's not bad at all. They don't care vice sports indoors ov- whatever but like that was one of the bigger stories in the nfl this week and that kind of sucks because if remember last year not only do we have the coverted but we had the election and that just tore apart the nfl season. It was like a subplot that nobody wanted. Nobody and now we gotta kinda do that over again. I just want the football. I want to gambling. I went to fantasy. I want all that stuff. I want my sunday's sitting down. Maybe with cheese and bread six but hopefully not watching red zone on one channel watching the local gym on the other and watching the jets on my phone. Like that's my sunday. I seventeen eighteen weeks that for me. That's amazing like i love it. No other people think i'm a little crazy. You know like you get invited to stuff. And i gotta pass like ninety seven percent of it a couple or make a couple exceptions. Listen unless my kids playing in like some high level tournament and a huge game is a damn good gentleman. Be like yo. I'm i'm gonna sit this well. I did get invited to so fi stadium Last year no two years ago two years ago when they were building it. My buddy got a tour and then afterward They took you over by car to the los angeles coliseum and rams forty niners and i normally unlike no but this is like building an incredible stadium. You walk around hard hat. Of course i had red zone on my phone quietly But like i that was tough you know and of course the game i bet on the wrong team in that one and yada yada yada but I don't know robin kind of nervous. About covert like this buffalo bill situation. I don't know if you want to set this up. I don't wanna read like the whole saga. But essentially i guess the buffalo bill bills have cameras at the facility and they have somebody monitoring the cameras and they said you. Joe bob had your mass pulled when you walked into facility at two fifteen or whatever and they had screengrabs later. When you're walking around here you didn't have your mass going at all. And that's in violation. You're fifteen thousand dollars. Did i get that accurately rub. Yeah pretty much. You know the thing that's funny or a made. The story funny is one of the receivers who got caught. And find was cole beasley. Who's been very vocal about his unwillingness to vaccinated the other part. That made it funny. I don't know if it was beasley. Or if it was isiah mckenzie who was the other one was very vocal about the fine that he got one of the one of the two was actually caught in person by nfl representative. Who happened to be on their team. Campus to discuss covert so it was just the wrong place at the wrong time. My and You know. I just wanted to say this i know this. I don't know if i step on your toes but let me. Just get off my chest and let you react to it so we found out during this whole spiel as cole beasley and isiah. Mckenzie are talking about fines that they got and how unfair this processes and things like that. We find out from sean mcdermott. That only around eighty one percent of their team is fully vaccinated. Okay by comparison in the entire nfl ninety. Three percent geyser vaccinated so if you were to take the buffalo bills out that number might be like ninety five ninety six you know. That's how low their numbers are relative. Everybody else they've decided amongst their team and their staff and their players that they're very big on the personal decision you know players opinions. Let them do what they like you know. As long as we follow the protocols everything will be just fine that obviously that has not worked out on the flip side. You have the tampa. Bay buccaneers the rainy super bowl. Champions bruce arians makes headlines earlier this week when after a joint practice between the bucks and the titans their kicker goes out to dinner with some titans players because he's fully vaccinated that allowed. According to the protocols he comes back and he tests positive. Because you know the that. Big outbreak of kobe on their team including ryan. Tannehill mike rebel. So bruce is so pissed about it. He reiterates to his players again. Going forward this season we are going to follow the protocols that were in place last year. That was when things were basically on lockdown. You're in nfl jail. If you're on the road you could not leave the hotel. You were getting wearing a mask everywhere throughout the facility. You were getting checked at every door. He's like we're going to do that this season because i'm not going to risk an outbreak. I'm not gonna risk positive test because it's going to derail our chance at winning another super bowl so if i tell you those to store those two stories the buffalo bills attitude which is. Hey you know we're just gonna deal with it as it comes and the tampa. Bay buccaneers attitude. Which is we're going to nip this in the bud immediately. I don't care if it didn't seem fair to you because our goal is to win the super bowl. Which one do you think is more likely to win this season. Which one do you trust entering the twenty twenty one season to actually perform to expectations. I'll take tom brady like that. That's what my overall point is. Look the tampa. Bay buccaneers are already great on paper. They're the defending champions. They have everybody coming back and on top of that. They've decided we are going to have an extra advantage over the rest of the competition by ensuring that our team is. I believe there ninety. Three ninety. Four percent vaccinated. The the coach expected to be closer to ninety nine by the time the season starts. And we're going to have the strictest protocols to ensure that we do nothing that's going to jeopardize the availability of our players. There's no way as long as we follow things properly. Tom brady is going to get it. Mike evans is gonna get it. Chris godwin's gonna get it levante. David's gonna get it because we have these protocols in place that are so stringent. If if we have a breakthrough then then. I don't even know to tell you buffalo's decided. Hey you know. I know got these protocols in place but kobe's beasley if you don't wanna vaccinated if you wanna walk around the weight room with your mask down. That's fine we'll just deal with it. It's no big deal. It's only fifteen thousand like ince baby in this in the world that we're living in today where covert as you said. Is wrecking youth sports. Now in this country that people that are going to be successful in competition are the ones that are willing to sacrifice and do those things and follow those protocols. The people that aren't you're going to see these positive little cases little mini breakthroughs. You're going to see this attitude that reflects their. We'd rather have fun and enjoy what we're doing then win and i think that that's just a perfect 'lustration as the why the bucks are contenders in the bills are pretenders. Yeah i mean. It's sad but true. I what i don't get as guys who are fighting so vociferously. I don't wanna get chipped. I actually heard not chip block not block but people think you're getting microchip when you're getting the you know the j. j. or whatever vaccine getting like you're getting a microchip so that would mean that i believe it. Every senator and every governor in the country has been vaccinated every former president it's alive has been vaccinated like i don't know where this fight fight for your right. I don't know where that's coming from. I don't know who specifically saying it but if they are i'm curious if they're vaccinated because i bet they are but they're just sounding tough to give off that vibe of all. I'm a rebel knock. I'm not going to capitulate get the vaccine like just do it. You know i listen. Nfl's a private business guys. You know this. They can do whatever they want they want to say. You gotta get the vaccine to play. You gotta get the vaccine. I mean listen. You're making a lot of money to play football. And i know you're getting beat up and it's a physical sport and there's long term pain and potentially trauma to your brain like five months out of the year. You gotta put your body on line five months like people say oh teacher ought g get summers off. You know even in the movie boiler room which i saw recently again for like the seventy-nine time if it's on your watching it Ben affleck is making speech. And he's like you want summer vacation go p. go be a public schoolteacher. Football players get. I mean basically. You got a report. What late july early august. Obviously you can't do no work out any off season but basically if you're not a playoff team your football calendars what like late july. To december thirty first basically so five months maybe six months out of the year. You're working and getting paid for to play football. And if you're not like on a good team and you're not a starter played that much and you're still making. I don't know two million dollars like you would be willing to walk away from that salary to hold in your beliefs and not get the vaccine. Even though all the smart people a lot of the rich people and a lot of the political politicians are all getting the vaccine. You're still gonna say no. I just it just doesn't add up to me and i. It might be a bridge too far. Essentially called the bills idiots pretenders. Because they're not gonna vaccine. I mean i think josh allen gotten it right no he has not no as far as i know he was one of the guys who said i need to do my research. Oh no which is funny. My research guy exactly. The nfl has access to the best doctors in the world. They they have the money to get you whatever. Peer reviewed study. You'd like to look at lamar jackson's pouring through peer reviewed exile definitely. I'm sure in his spare time right after it puts on the playbook. Can i get that. Peer review study from england. Like y- i know it's crazy how much we have to pay for outdated impersonal healthcare and even crazier that all just accept it. It's time to face fax. Healthcare is backwards. 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In the nation catch all of our shows at fox sports radio dot com and within the iheartradio at search f. s. are to listen live so it lamar jackson kirk cousins josh allen. Who what other quarterbacks cam. Newton will talk about here. Basically costumes might have cost himself as job now by all accounts it was unintentional that he you broke protocol. I guess he was taking the wrong test or something along those lines but listen. I don't even is it. Indefensible for cam to screw this up. There has to be like ask the and you know what the answer is. Hey oh you're giving out the vaccine. And i'm not going to have to worry about anything really i mean. Obviously you've got to still be cautious. But oh okay. Give me the vaccine. Yep okay let's move on like he. Covert erected season last year. It partially wrecked the patriots season. How you would still be adverse to getting. It is kind of beyond me. But i know listen. I don't want to be one of those guys. Like i trust me. I can't explain the science behind it. All i can say. Hey you know what if something goes in my kitchen sink. Do you think. I'm gonna play to try to play a hero in like look up youtube videos on fixit or is gonna say you know what. Let me call the plumber. He knows what he's talking about. Let me bring the plummer in here. He's he's the expert. Let's just let him do that. I don't know sh. I got it by the way i gotta stop saying bad words. I've heard from multiple parents who rob. Who like listening to the pod in the car with their kids. I've heard from at least half a dozen. Some kids locally here and i know And their dads of course And so i guess. I'll try to tone down the bad. Although chris simms had a nice little rant rob maybe one of the. Bill's awesome one of the best cuss word. Ranch that we've had from like a famous media person on the pod. If you miss the chris. Simms would texas legend chris simms by the way i listen. I thought kristen's had a good texas career. I got a buddy who graduated from. Ut austin huge texas fan. I said hey. chris. Simms is on the pod. Today's like i can't wait to listen to that overrated. Just starting you know. He's over hyper quarterback we've ever had major applewhite was better and i just i was like. Wow you know chris. Sims never lost a home game and he goes. he'd never beat oklahoma. And oh boy here we go so it is funny that You know how people listen to the pod and how they view the guests like i view. Daniel jeremiah's basically oracle and like chris. Simms well-spoken i. I know a lot of people hated the brady take anyway. I love the brady take. It was great. Oh jeez you and rob rob parker heard it was like. Let's get on the horn. We need to get him on on. By the way you haven't plugged the odd couple and forever robbed nice job member here the early on you. Because they're all a vacation on them when they're on vacation make sense anyway. So i mean let's just say mack jones wins the starting job and cam says i don't want to be here. I don't have a team for him. Now but i can tell you this if that goes down there starting cam over ben gucci ghanouchi too great nickname by the way is the greatest day in the nfl. I'm trying to think like other than i do. The chargers kicked the cam newton tires. I dunno sister. Herbert but i know tyrod is no longer there. Like there's a lot of unproven young guys now. My jets have always been desperate. Okay the mormon mahomes is the guy no doubt that being said they don't have a vet backup. They've got some young two young guys and like it. Nobody's going to jets gains anyway. But would people go to jets games to watch cam newton. I dunno also being said if you are in. The market for quarterback your. Qb went down. Who you go and after gardner minhsiu should he become available. I think he is available right. He's a backup or cam newton. I i don't think that's a slam dunk that it's no. It's not he kind of. I don't want wanna system quarterback but no no he's better than that and that's why i totally agree with what albert beer said on this. Podcast might even earlier this week or last week my days kinda run together these days but he made a good point like look if cam. Newton is not the patriots starting quarterback then he could be out of the league now. Obviously if somebody gets hurt he could be a replacement starter. Lamar jackson gets covered for the third time album. Made a great point. There certain guys that because of their talent because of their status because of their charisma because of their overall attitude towards football. You don't want them as your backup quarterback and this is not like cam newton thing because he's not the only one who's like this like if aaron rodgers was available and he had to be a backup quarterback. I wouldn't want aaron rodgers. Demand backup quarterback as good as is because he is one of those guys who's always gonna think he's better than the starter he's gonna carry himself. He's better than the starter he's going to have a little snippy attitude when people ask him about his playing time or or why he's not playing and he's just there's some guys who are just not built to be the guy behind the guy like eli. Manning is a great example. He said i'm going to retire. And give away all this money rather than hold a clipboard for danny dimes. Because he's like. Hey i'm a two time superbowl. Mvp weather alum. I going to be backing up this guy and cam. Newton is one of those guys where he people gravity to him in such a way and he has. Mvp's been to a super bowl in his back pocket like you can expect him to carry himself the same way that chase daniel does or brian hoyer does so i. I totally agree with our beer. Went i if if him not getting this. Covert vaccine which leads to his five day suspension which ultimately leads to him losing his job to mack jones then i could totally see him not being vaccinated ultimately in a roundabout way lead to be completely out of football. It's wild i'm trying to look cam. Newton salary history like obviously listen. He got like a five year deal a one year five million dollar deal with the patriots again not trying to look in his pocket but he's thirty two taken his share of hits Listen the guys probably made well over one hundred. yes rookie. Deal was twenty two mil. His next contract was one hundred three mill. I'm sure he's just been bank off the field right as long as it's now wasting all the money. You should be fine and walk away at thirty to your brain. Hasn't turned to mush right and you. I'm sure kim could you transition into media. Maybe i don't know if that's not. He's definitely a different dude. But i don't see him coaching but like you don't need to. 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This weekend's loaded robbed g goes now man. it's zero. So i go up to scroll thing i go for week there and like there is no zero and a lot of the calendars have. It messed up and her showing one. So i find the scheduled for this weekend. It's like ucla hawaii nebraska illinois like nebraska illinois. I'll take. I'll take a look at that. I think i games on either fox or has one and then. Ucla hawaii will be a ucla tuneup for the big game. next week. rob g will be in attendance. I don't know if he's going to be reporting from the sideline he's going to be the sweet You know do i use this week. Who were they playing lsu. So you know. I'm really going to enjoy the first half. I know that for sure. I don't know about the whole game but the first half. I feel like it's going to be good the let me look up the line on that by the way. 'cause money's been pouring in on ucla and if you do want them next week you should probably get it before. They beat the tar out of hawaii Because they are expected to clobber. Hawaii and the line will continue to come down. Lsu by the way folks. This is not your older brothers. Lsu this Ucla was favored by eleven against hawaii. It's up to eighteen and then for the following week the big game against lsu. You know that one is. Let's see here. It was four and a half down to four. That's not that much lineman down further yeah i listen to everything i said about betting on again i but yeah. I'm a huge. Ucla fan and my has season tickets. Which is why. I'm able to go to this couple of games this year. Actually because he's you know when you have that kind of money he's decided you know what i don't want to go to the ucla you've got other things to do with my money and time so give me some tickets on excited about going. Let me say this is a make or break year for chip kelly. I know that i was very optimistic. And i think you optimistic too when he came to to westwood but at some point you know you can't always blame it on the cover being bear when you got there. But you've had a couple of recruiting cycles by now where there's no more excuses chip need. Some wins in the Some w using the wind column. I i just. I don't know what happened to chip kelly. He clearly lost his mojo but remember how good this guy was at oregon. And i feel a little bad. Because he's fallen so far so fast. I maybe the. Nfl did irreparable damage to him because he made the playoffs his first year. And then it got ugly fast because he wanted to all the power in the control and how he rose vinnie. Kicked him out of the building and blah blah blah blah. I don't know man. it won't part of. His problem is ego while yeah that too but part of it is that everybody started doing what he was doing. Like when he was an oregon and they were in their heyday. Nobody was running the spread like that at that speed like the they. They had their own offense. It's called the blur. Nobody was doing that. And now alabama with all of their five six seven star athletes. They're running the same thing. So it's one thing for oregon to do it when they got to five star guys and they're you know taking a catching teams off guard. Another thing when alabama's doing it and they got fifty five star guys and now you see in the nfl you see mahomes is doing it. Retiree kill you know. Th there's there's some elements going on with that in In green bay with aaron rodgers they run a lot of spread formations. So and i think it got to a point where chip kelly decided. Well everybody's doing what i'm doing so i can't do that anymore that he did a complete one. Eighty decided to do a very slow methodical offense and has just been. It's really tough to watch it. It's easy to get players to oregon. Right oregon nike cool setup and you would think ucla. But i guess he didn't check the how tough it is to get into ucla. It's a tough. It's a tough school to get into that rob. Gee that's where you went right. You're right. I don't think i i doubt i could have gotten to anywhere now with my grades in high school. But we don't need to go there. No no need to revisit but my mediocre high school grades. But that was at a time where you could get in anywhere now. You know if you don't have a three eight good law you need higher than that. There were four one four to get any any bees to get an ucla. No no this you run a four four forty no or you have like forty. Two inch vertical. Yes exactly no. That's not gonna happen all right. This wraps up a pretty pretty pretty good week. I mean at least. I thought it was a phenomenal week. Great guests rob. Gee thank you for booking them. Next week we will bring on my guy matthew berry for fantasy extravaganza. I don't know when in the week probably mid to later the week. Because i don't think anybody's really having fantasy drafts yet. Most start next week and then bullied into What the v six. Or whatever right before the thursday night opener folks. Football's different animal around here. I can't wait. I mean it is all consuming. It feels like we do daily podcast for a year football season over since january. I it just been hot. You know basketball was good. But i like football. Just totally different. Like my whole routine changes. I wake like forty five minutes earlier. You've gotta read so much more stuff. The injury reports lie movement. I mean i love it. I live for this stuff. And the gambling contest i entered. I cough up a lung. No i should be fine. It was one point two to the winner last year. They expect more entries this year. They have already called it. Four million dollars to the winner. Have i talked about this rob. No i did see the The article about four mill. Now i know you're like oh. Wow that's right. There's a lot of luck involved in it. And i have been in the money late in the season like as late as like week. Fifteen twice in. I guess like seven years of done. This and I i mentioned this before. It's really tough to be committed for eighteen weeks and really keep that routine and not diverge have to see your family and travel and get ready for gifts for the holidays and thanksgiving like that stuff chews up a lot of time. Thanksgiving week is always brutal. There's just so much shit going down and it's tough to gamble and again four million dollars chance of winning slim but there are quarterly prizes and they used to be off fifteen k twenty k. Two hundred k. Each quarter if you went so you could. You could open the season. Awful doesn't matter. You got the next quarter rebound. I'll never forget two years ago. I opened thir thirteen and two. I think it was not. I was thirteen to heading into the week and i was like top five where i could win an easy twenty k. And i went to and that's just not gonna cut it. I mean there's no room for era you really got to go. You can't have anyone enforce three jews. Okay you need a form one and you have to get five dollars and you got to do this every frigging week. It's quite crazy. But i love it. There's nothing more challenging that i've done you know. I did a ten k a couple of years ago. I vowed i will never do another ten k. It just wrecked my body for like a week. Man i was. I was hurting so bad. Because i didn't like slow down i got. I got some decent time but it just wrecked me. I'm not you know. I'm just i trained but not well enough. I never actually ran a full ten k. Before the ten k. I don't know man. I just think there's gambling is is the hardest thing ever sports gambling. Could say it's a fool's errand. Perhaps i'm sure there's people laughing all what an idiot good year so far with the gambling march madness was good and be for good. It's all documented on fox. They've tracked by record so they're making the ship anyways. 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March 4th: Carly Koppes HR 2

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March 4th: Carly Koppes HR 2

"This is mornings with kale and northern colorado's voice. Thirteen ten kfi k. Like to moment moment. I like komo vet. Melvin and indeed. They are consolidating. It's been a long time coming. I think well county clerk and recorder carly compass will agree As a the clerk recorder's office will be hosting an open house today at their brand new domicile. Congratulations carly thank you. I really liked that intro. Because i we are. We did moving most successfully. I'm excited about it. Because like you know in our press release in as i've told a lot of people you know. The three divisions of the clerk and recorder in greeley have not been underneath the same roof since two thousand and six and so to finally all have all of us underneath one roof and it's one big happy family is pretty awesome and pretty amazing embry excited. You took the words right out of my head. One big happy family so what happened in two thousand six that well. The happy family was bifurcated. Six there was actually some legislation that was passed that required that the election department Be secured environment and underneath. He valence and the old building just wasn't capable of doing that. And so they actually built the building across the street from fourteen to For the elections department and now we are able to be all in one eye at all those years ago and so. What does that mean for us in terms of officiency. It's actually means quite a bit one. It's a lot larger building. If you guys have been around for a long time you know the old star building. It's quite large so we're very blessed to be in there And also just being able to have all three of the departments right there. You know you can make sure once you get an update your vehicle registration. If you got gotta any type of things with voter registration you loud. Just walk down the hall which is awesome. 'cause always important. I know it's not. We're not anywhere near an election time. But it's always important to keep your registration record up to date And then again just with motor vehicles. There's a lot more space for the public. So you're not going to be top of everybody You know we can see the hundred people in there if we need to. And it's just it's just a lot more convenient as well. We now have a lot of parking. Which is fantastic. Because you know we see all sizes of vehicles and there was definitely some times in the in the parking lot that i was just going. Ooh that's like an inch away from each other. And now i don. I am hoping. I never had to have those moments of gosh. Don't hit donate it. Exactly right don't open your door. Whatever you do well and it's a good thing because with all that additional space. I mean almost sounds like we're gonna have to drop aparicio's pieces to get from one department to the other which is a good problem to have. Yes there's definitely a little more walking for myself inside. Just keep telling my team that this is part of the new wall. Kenny wellness fine. We're going to get there. You go there you go now. You're having an open house this evening from for this afternoon from four thirty to six at twelve fifty eighth street correct. That is correct. We're going to have water and cookies if you guys like. We're ready to you and show you our new location. I know we. We'd been in it that fourteen or two buildings for decades so we wanted to have the opportunity for people to one drive to our new location and then see how to do flow is going to work inside. Hope anybody that is able to come out and check out our new digs because we're very thankful for them. You know moving. I don't think ranks in the top ten of anyone's favorite thing to do Particularly when it comes to your own household it's like by the end of may throw and stuff in boxes. Unfortunately you don't have that luxury. How difficult was it getting everything. All systems moved and making sure that everything is up and running now in such a planner and we have some great Teams are it department in both county has been tastic and our facilities formerly known buildings and grounds is also really really strong and so With us working with the moving company and then our it department and even the state it department. It really actually wasn't that bad Is there was a lot of stuff you have to remember just in my recording deferment document dating back to the late seventeen hundreds wow to move out of that document and a lot of nat. I mean a single matt cabinet is over five hundred pounds empty. Who it was. That was a quite quite an interesting time because every warning that we moved it was snowing. Oh great to add insult to injury. That was that was. That's what made it. Fun was the snow but my my team was able to pack everything. Very nice and organiz relabeled everything and we knew exactly where it was going to go and so when we moved the big motor vehicle department Know shut down for one day to the public after president's day and we were able to get absolutely everything unpacked organized and set up in one day so again. My team did a fantastic job. The wo- kenny. It and facilities employees. It helped us just knocked it out at the park as well. Is there often a run on those documents from the seventeen hundreds. We don't really have too many people do every now and again go and look at those because they're just absolutely fascinating over when when look at those maps that were hand-drawn and just how one hundred percent accurate they were is just absolutely mind blowing and a loss crack for sure. Yeah you talk about being meticulous and having that attention to detail up at that is absolutely fascinating. Seven fourteen now thirteen ten. Kfi a thirteen ten kfi k dot com joined by weld county clerk and recorder carly compass all right so There forever changing the way we vote or at least making a run at this has You had The house democrats passing that voting rights bill. And it's funny. Because if i'm not mistaken i believe this was the very first piece of legislation introduced by a speaker. Nancy pelosi which shows well her intent to change the way we vote now. Legislation passed to twenty two without one single republican vote as republicans claim that this measure that basically has the effect of voiding state voter identification requirements and making permanent the widespread mail in voting. That was common in last year elections requiring states to offer online and same day voter registration as well as weight not done yet. Fifteen days of early voting nationwide republicans. Not too happy about this. Wanted to get your thoughts on it. Yeah it was a very long read for saas number. And that is encompassing a whole bunch of of points. Just like you you said You know colorado. We've been all mail ballot. We've had that length of early voting for our general elections and so those aren't too huge big tax for colorado. However my concern with this is they're moving some things away from local control and never a good thing not a fan of losing any type of logo control. Even i don't. I'm not a fan and i don't support. You know. states losing their local control and or you know county is losing our local control. And so that's what's more concerning for me is that there are pieces in this bill that would limit our ability to service our voters in whatever manner. The voters are asking us to do. So i mean as you know is the voter hampel sample some of those some of those examples so for example you know with with the id portion of that that needs to be at a local state ability to decide on what we're wanting to do as far as identification requirements Taking that to the national level you know every single state is different. Every single state is unique We we shouldn't be trained to dictate at a federal level those local decision. You know me as your county clerk. I work very hard to know. Weld county out different demographics to know the different people that i'm trying to serve and i know that ninety nine point nine percent of the people here in will county have a driver's license and that's what they use so again trying trying to change some of the basic functions of voter registration now. We are same day registration however in colorado. You still have to be resident for twenty two days. They're essentially taking that away. Which is not okay with me either. you know for me i. It's all about being an informed voter and if you just moved here. How are you going to be an informed. Voter gail right. No you make a very good point. So do the states. And i can't help but think that you as well county clerk and recorder not alone in your feelings about this now. Of course it has to get through the senate. But it's probably going to be pretty well rubber-stamped but do you have any recourse to the states have any recourse not not too much especially when our secretary of state has come out and where to get everything you need to know. It's definitely going to be very challenging again for us in colorado. The majority of that bill doesn't have a huge impact again. It's more about limiting the local control. That i just am not in favor of that in any aspect all right but back to good news just wanted to get your take is that was just breaking today but back to some happier news as you move to your new digs again. Everything that we need to know. You've got an open house to celebrate that new building that consolidates the motor vehicle department the elections department and the recording department to one complete once they compact because it's much more spaces one complete location. Tell us what we need to know about this evenings open house. We're going to start welcoming people to take some tours starting at four thirty and go until you know the last person shows up for a little bit. We do have a cutoff at six but We're very excited for everybody. To come in is at twelve fifty h. As in harry street. So i mean it's just right down the road from our old building so it's not too far not too inconvenient from where everybody's used to going so we're hoping that if you can come out and join you can and take a tour of the new digs and and see why we are so very thankful that we're able to have this location With just being able to service more people in a more efficient manner because of the faith And then i'll just be the the nice new brand new smell of a brand new building and a virtual housewarming gift to you and all of your colleagues. Yeah the cards in the mail Well county clerk recording your colleague copies. Thanks always and yeah. You're gonna have a ribbon cutting. I'm thinking maybe we will you know we're kind of just we'll play by ear. I may just across the parking lot. That'll be something to see all right. We'll see that up on youtube or facetime or face burned well county clerk in recorded copies. Thanks so much. Always gail you bet. Seven twenty thirteen. Ten k of k thirteen ten kfi k. a. dot com this time check sponsored by the candlelight dinner playhouse in johnstown putting on a stunning hilarious production of the church basement. Ladies now through march twenty eighth with all of those covid nineteen protocols in place for your safety and your peace of mind for tickets and information. Visit colorado candlelight dot com candlelight dinner playhouse broadway in your backyard. What's happening in your own. Backyard listened to no now with tanner's swint a northern colorado's voice. Thirteen ten kfi am as headlines podcast mornings with gail and more and a schedule of upcoming sports broadcasts find them at thirteen ten km km dot com well. Congress continues to dither over one point nine trillion dollar Covid relief porco palooza. Bill no surprise here This as president biden has agreed to a compromise according to a piece of cnn with moderate democrats to narrow the income eligibility for the next round of fourteen hundred dollar stimulus checks that are included in that hefty hefty hefty bill nine percent of which has anything whatsoever to do with covid relief. The rest is all pork but the senate is expected to take up this week. Now what does that mean well. Seven million fewer families will receive a partial payment than what have under the house version of the bill This is according to an estimate from the penn wharton budget model The new proposal would completely cut off those who earn more than one hundred and sixty thousand dollars a year married couples and individuals who earn more than eighty thousand dollars a year. Now as you're aware the house legislation which passed on saturday set the income caps at two hundred thousand dollars for couples and one hundred thousand dollars For individuals but the same households will receive the full payment of a fourteen hundred dollars per person including children individuals. Earning less than seventy five thousand dollars couples. Earning less than one hundred fifty thousand dollars. It just gets. Curiouser and curiouser will just as in the house bill then the payments will phase out faster for those who are earning more now. The house bill had already narrowed the eligibility compared to earlier rounds of stimulus payments. It would have sent money to more than ninety three percent of tax filers. The senate version will deliver money to about ninety percent of families. Federal government sent payments worth up to twelve hundred dollars per person last year and up to six hundred dollars in january. The next round is intended to well. Essentially top off those six hundred dollar checks so that individuals receive a total of two thousand dollars Senate democrat leader set to move the bill. Forward this week They're continuing continuing to dither with the language With the fifty fifty party split. They'll need the support of the entire caucus. So are we clear to which you might say. Yeah not crystal about clear as mud right. Tell you what we're going to run despite keith. Wineman presidential wealth management when he joins us this morning right around seven. Thirty five interesting. If you're eyeballing the markets this morning we'll see their rather mix and we've got the fed talking about the economy today. Weekly jobless claims are coming in better than expected so we got a lot of ground to cover with keith. Wineman presidential wealth management when he joins us right around seven thirty five posing on seven thirty now thirteen ten. Kfi kfi here mornings with gail weekdays. Six to nine and northern colorado's voice thirteen ten kfi k. At seven thirty three keith presidential wealth management in markets kind of mix this morning it is and some good stuff to comment on because there's a lot of stuff going on so that's when isn't there. Yeah true true. If stocks closed lower today it would be the third day in a row and yesterday that a precursor of doom and gloom again yet. Because it depends on basically what happens today. You know every day it depends on what's happening today not anymore so we go to yesterday. Investors seemed to be spooked again by the threat of rising interest rates. Even though the yield on the ten year treasury dropped a little bit that fear of rising rates often correlates into profit-taking by investors in the big tech stocks and we saw that with tesla apple and twitter. They all closed lower yesterday We'll have the government's february jobs report at this time tomorrow and that often moves the markets. the economists that are surveyed are expecting two hundred thousand new jobs and unemployment holding steady at six point three percent. I'll have the the the the number for you tomorrow morning right here at this time this morning. First time jobless claims for the week ending february twenty seventh coming in at seven hundred forty five thousand lower than the estimate. That's nice a lot lower. The estimate was seven fifty. They came in at seven hundred forty five still lower than the estimate as gail said this afternoon fed chairman. Jerome powell will speak on the state of the us economy at the wall. Street journal jobs summit. Fyi with regard to that one analyst. I saw this morning. Who is respected. Describes the us economy right now as being spring loaded spring loaded spring. Break that down for us. Well ring loaded good. It means it's ready to go is ready to fire to take off. Yeah think like pellet gunners spring loaded and you pull the trigger and you don't want to be in front of it in this context. It's a good news. I i thought it was a very interesting choice award. So what's the trigger. If it's spring loaded stimulus but but behind even behind the stimulus. It's the desire you're seeing of americans to want to get back to. Their lives can texas mississippi. And yeah yeah a rolling back. The mass mandates and all of those covid nineteen restrictions to the chagrin of many including residents of the state of texas. You've actually got businesses san okay. That's all well and good if you wanna do that but we're going to run our business as we see fit kind of interesting. They're not alone. You had a president. Joe biden saying other a bunch of neanderthals in texas. Well what about the fourteen other states. That have done the same thing. President biden right right. And i've seen other credible forecast from one economists that i follow the is is vetted he's real. He is predicting economic growth at a ten percent annual rate this year. That's robust that spring loaded yield on the ten year treasury note This morning one point four seven west texas intermediate crude oil anticipating better economic times up a dollar nine sixty two dollars. Thirty seven cents gail talking just a few minutes ago about these stimulus plan and the stimulus checks. I confuse myself on that one. It okay. let's see we can simple. I felt like we should play a playing the benny hill theme underneath that us. I'm struggling mightily to make some sense out of all this. And i'm reading this piece out of cnn. Going wait what. Let's simplify but still no. I mean you you you were spot on now okay. Fourteen hundred dollar checks as as it's predicted right now with what we know about how the congress moves and the best forecast is how does the congress move aspera slowly but that's what the founders intended not so much sporadic but slowly some the fourteen hundred dollar checks will begin going out in the second half of this month okay. We're we're likely to see approval of around the middle of the month. And then checks begin to go out and i love how they refer to it topping off topping off that six hundred dollar check that went out while six hundred or so dollar check will people who are going to get elected. Never want us to forget that we've already gotten hundred last year. They want us to forget that because it was under a different administration and there were already gotten six hundred this year. So yeah they say topping and all together. It's two thousand dollars but back to the point. Just think of it this way. The government's computers will calculate whether you qualify for that depending on your latest number on file. Your adjusted gross. Yeah this gets back to wendy. You file those twenty twenty taxes if you were to your advantage in this scenario if you risk getting disqualified by the eighty thousand individual or one hundred and sixty thousand limits that gail just mentioned those limits are correct and if you're worried about that here's what to keep in mind the government computers when they're calculating whether you're gonna get that check or not are going to use the latest adjusted gross that you have on file whether it was for twenty nineteen or whether it is for twenty twenty it. It's it's really when you boil it down. It's not that complicated. Pretty simple but you know it's funny in the descriptions at turn into word salad. Well yeah sometimes. There's just not enough ranch dressing. Here's one here's a good one okay. President biden speaking to a group yesterday. And it's being carried on the internet and by a few television networks and it's it's routine. He concludes his and you can find this clip. He concludes his prepared remarks and says and i quote questions and he looks off camera and says are we going to take any questions and suddenly the screen goes to bars and tone. Wow olive vertical color bars and questions are. We're going to take any questions. Goes to bars and tone. Well there are some under saying that he tends to put a lid you know the proverbial lid We haven't seen a whole lot of president biden and some saying than an odd to making any assumption to an md. Don't play one on the radio but Some saying that this is the worst kept secret in washington. Dc because you've got vice president. Kamla harris taking those phone calls with heads of state. Not president biden. Be careful a message. You send no that could have been an and i recount that for you. Having seen it. Exactly as i saw it i added i had added. No you didn't imbalance and for all. We know that could have been timed thing. It could have been a satellite feed. That was set to cut off at a specific time. But if that was the case i would question is the president that good at timing himself up to up to a to a hard time like that. I don't know. I'm i'm just saying i'm just saying it goes to be careful to message you send. It didn't look good. Whatever happened to the state of the union address waiting waiting. Jen psaki saying that. Well that's still in the works. We'll get back to you while they're waiting until they have a victory With this one point nine trillion dollar stimulus plan so they can crow about that. In the meantime just keep back issuing those executive orders to basically cancel the trump administration. Yeah waiting until you have a victory. That's politics right. I mean timing. Is everything right. I can see that. Yeah but typically We have a state of the union address. January twentieth lot of people under the and mistaken impression that that is constitutionally mandated no while the constitution does require the president to provide an update on the status the state of the nation. It doesn't set a deadline saying only the message must come quote from time to time closed so they can skip it. Well yeah i mean. Eventually though to do state of the union address again be careful. A message is sent. Yeah interesting all right well Speaking of a messaging. I'll tell you what one message that you do. Want sent toots sweet as well When it comes to your retirement years You need that message into the future as you gaze at your bucket list. I know you have one and those wonderful retirement years. Well you need to telegraph that message into the future. What the heck am i talking about. Well that means you need a plan. You need a plan a solid plan so that you can take all those items off your bucket lists come retirement. You're like years and years away from it. Believe me believe me. Those years go by very quickly so in essence the earlier. You start with that plan and get it to work for you. The better when keith. Whiteman presidential wealth management cau- at his loveland office will just answer your questions. That's that's a great start on what gaels talking about and we can do that at nine. Seven zero seven seven six seventy five hundred level and office president of wealth management nine seven zero seven. Six seventy five hundred keith. Whiteman presidential wealth management. Thanks to much you. Seven forty four now thirteen ten. Kfi kfi all sports story in northern colorado state in the country tune into the hall. Show weekdays noon to two and thirteen ten. Kfi the nuggets get back to the western conference finals. Listen to the whole show for the latest denver. Sports stories on thirteen ten. Kfi k t one time when blue does not connote singing the blues. Now it's actually some good news seven fifty three now thirteen ten. Kfi a thirteen ten kfi k. A. dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail from the auto collision specialists studios as you heard dr news this morning. I'm working for peace out of the collins colorado and by sadie swanson Larimore larimer county as level up certified businesses. They now operate in level blue. These are businesses certified in the states. Five star otherwise known as level up program yes they can now operate under level blue restrictions a needed breath of fresh air for those businesses in larimer county now. The county actually remains in level yellow on the state's covid nineteen dial the more than three hundred and forty level up certified businesses again referred to as the five star program by the state can now operate at the less restrictive level blue. So what does it mean. For those certified. Businesses restaurants can have fifty percent capacity or up to one hundred and seventy five people indoors last call for alcohol shifts to midnight. Critical manufacturing can operate at fifty percent capacity or one hundred seventy five people offices Can gear back up to fifty percent. Capacity as gyms and fitness studios can operate at fifty percent capacity level or again up. To one hundred and seventy-five people groups sports teams and camps can operate at a maximum of fifty people per activity retail retail. Meanwhile can open at fifty percent capacity personal services fifty percent capacity or again and it goes to the square footage of the facility up to fifty people limited healthcare settings fifty percent capacity or up to fifty people indoor events and entertainment can operate at fifty percent capacity or up to one hundred seventy five people outdoor events fifty percent capacity or two hundred and fifty people or are you taking notes. Outdoor guided services and entertainment can operate again. You've got it fifty percent capacity or up to twenty five people now. Larimer county was shifted to level yellow. The morning of february sixth after the state adjusted the cove nineteen dial metrics as corona virus case rates continued to drop statewide as part of the adjustments to the dial counties in level yellow including larimer. County could not allow businesses certified in the level up program to operate in the less restrictive level. Blue until seventy percent of those ages. Seventy and older had received at least one dose of the vaccine. Larimer county met that goal on friday this according to county health director. Tom gonzalez has wednesday. The county has vaccinated about seventy one percent of those age. Seventy and this is according to the county's Data dashboard governor. Jared polis as we mentioned yesterday announced that the state had also met that goal vaccinating. Seventy point seven percent of all those age seventy and older by february twenty eighth by the way lamoure county sought zero deaths from covid nineteen. In last week had just fourteen patient hospitalizations. Due to the virus on wednesday which gonzalez directly attributed to older residents getting vaccinated cases for those aged seventy and older have also dropped seventy percent in the last month but compare to another metric while cases for older colorado have dropped gonzalez said tuesday that cases in those eighteen to twenty four have increased by forty percent seven fifty seven now. Thirteen ten kfi k. Apart northern colorado's force thirteen ten. Kfi a block party wednesdays from four ten pm. Local team is going to be dancing this march we have local and national college hoops coverage here on thirteen ten. Am k. i. Here's my very humble suggestion on meet out. Vape proclaimed by governor. Jared follows eat meat and lots of what check in with a weld county. 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Oxybutynin Pharmacology

Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

13:30 min | 2 months ago

Oxybutynin Pharmacology

"Hey all welcome back to the real life pharmacology podcast. I'm your host pharmacists. Eric christianson thank you so much for listening. Today it's always hit over to real life. Pharmacology dot com. Go check out your free top. Two hundred study guides thirty one page. Pdf lots of little nuggets from Things that i've actually seen in the real world and clinical practice as well as things that often show up on board exams and pharmacology exams. So really great for anybody studying pharmacology. Or if you're looking for a refresher And you've been out in clinical practice little while to Great little review To canada touch touch base. And make sure you're keeping up to speed with all the medications so gin real pharmacology dot com. Go subscribe and you'll get that free thirty one page. Pdf all right. So let's get into the drug of the day today and that is acsi. Butin brand name of this. Medication is ditch. Japan also There is a brand name Oxy troll and that is actually a patch formulation of Oxy butin pretty much. I i only see oxy. Beaten used for urinary symptoms On occasion at may be seen it for You know excessive salvation. And if you can a rare indications but by and large if you see oxy butin You can probably guess that it's going to be used for Overactive platter urinary urgency frequency In in symptoms of incontinence can so with that said mechanistically. Oxy butin is is classified as a urinary anti cholinergic. It blocks the action of acetylcholine on urinary smooth muscle and ultimately this Decreases urgency Decreases urinary frequency symptoms and also can help with Bladder spasms and i guess technically can be classified as an anti spasmodic specifically For the the bladder there as well Dosing of this medication. immediate release you know daily doses in the range of of two point five I've seen upwards of twenty milligrams max for the immediate release formulation extended release formulation There is a dosage form up to Thirty milligrams so i i have seen that on occasion as well Extended release product is typically given today. immediate release product is typically given Two to three times a day. patch formulation. that's a little bit interesting. I it's been quite a while. Since i've i've actually seen it used in practice but it's actually changed out two times per week So in my mind. That's maybe kind of a downside where it's kind of a little bit of an odd schedule you know it's not once a week So it's it's changed every three to four days and it is recommended to be consistent with that patch. Change gin not not a product as he used Very often But i i have seen it used a couple of times now. Adverse effect profile as you can imagine oxycontin and begin anti cholinergic. It's going to have anti gic adverse effects and In our geriatric patient population. This medication is on the beers list. So understanding knowing those anti cholinergic effects are absolutely critical. i think probably the easiest way i remember it is. You can't spit c. Peer poop so you know you're driving off Your vision issues Constipation urinary retention Those are all potential adverse effects. Another one i do remember is You know many patients with diabetes can have gastro priests kinda kinda slow gut movement and anti-narcotics can potentially worsen that so it can exacerbate Patients symptoms with gastro prices so Classic med medical permits. If i ever see a patient. Medical provide Most of the time. I see that medication. It's for gastro priests. So if i see oxy butin added on and i see this patients on medico provide. I definitely start digging into diagnosis and saying. Hey you know this is probably going to worsen their gastro prices a little bit so again. A lot of these adverse effects are dose dependent and we think about that anti corner burden. Is this patient taking other anti cholinergic as well that are kind of contributing whether that be prescription or over-the-counter agents such as you know diphenhydramine that's in you know advil pm and tylenol pm Those are definitely things. You gotta look out for for sure So in addition to to sell those adverse effects Confusion can certainly Happen so adding onto patients issues. That may have a dementia memory issues. Already fall risk and certainly sedation. Lethargy can happen as well Rarely hyperthermia May be an issue with anti cholinergic. Mets like oxy butin in here. So you know. I'm more live in more. Northern climates. probably not too big of an issue that we worry about up here However she got a patient. That's traveling and you know they're traveling You know to to desert or you know really warm. Climate for the time of year that they're going That might be something to to give them a heads up to be really really careful that they may be a little bit more susceptible to hyperthermia in elevated temperatures there Also i did want to mention Med one one dot com the blog. There did do a recent article on drugs. That cause hyperthermia so if you just google search that drugs that cause hyperthermia med one one That should definitely Pop up for you a search engine if you wanna see Some other meds In addition to anti-colonial jake's that may cause hyperthermia great little article there to go check out and a few good refresher. Is there a couple of other things about the patch that it did want to mention. So from practicality standpoint patches generally going to be more expensive so probably one of the big reasons why you don't see that compared to the the dirt cheap oral tablets there however There is probably a lower incidence of Dry mouth and constipation. i'll keep in mind can be dose-dependent and that type of thing But using that patch formulation May cause a a little bit less problems with the gi tract. There all right so let's take a quick break from our sponsor and we'll wrap up with. Drug interactions fear in the market for pharmacists board certification. Study material like mt m. s. b. c. p. cps b. c. a. c. p. b. c. gp or the nap plex exam. Definitely go check out met at one. One dot com slash store. We've got links to all our content there or study materials Your support their directly helps keep this podcast free In addition if you're nurse Med student Any other Medical student that has to deal with and work with patients taking medications at definitely. Go check out med. One one dot com slash store got great books on poly pharmacy case studies. Drug interactions all sorts of relevant clinical practice pearls That you can definitely benefit from an learn from for sure. A lot of them are taken directly. from my experience as a clinical pharmacists for ten plus years. So definitely go check out. All those resources met at one one dot com slash store Like i said purchases their help. Keep this podcast free in educational for all to benefit from all right so let's wrap up with drug interactions first off. I always think of that. Anti corner burden You know. I kind of alluded to that before. So you tricyclic antidepressants Even like respiratory anti-foreigner. Jake's like air patrol. Pmt atropine Some of the older antihistamines. I you know. I think of hydroxy hydroxy. For example there diphenhydramine. I mentioned before Syklla benzopyrene another example of an older Skeletal muscle relaxant with semantic cornered properties. So we gotta remember that anti corner burden and obviously those adverse effects that i mentioned in the previous section That go with that. Cns depressant effect so additive effects. There again as far as causing drug interactions. So alcohol pennzoil's opioids any medication. That kinda has sedative type properties That can contribute to confusion In sedation definitely need to think about those agents in combination with a drug like oxy butin three a four inhibitors have talked about a lot of those in the past Some of the the mac relied like reuther mice and clara ice and can sometimes increase concentrations And the activity of oxy putin not. I wouldn't say crazy crazy Risky but there is that potential where we raise concentrations and have the potential to increase adverse effects of oxy butin mentioned medical provider through mice and being used for gastro aparicio's So definitely think about that and oxy bunin could definitely counteract or oppose What you're trying to do with some of those Pro kinetic medications for the gi track there and gastro paribas. And then of course. Lastly i definitely want to mention Dementia medication so. If you see a patient on your air steps your kamenda's you've got to remember that oxy butin can potentially Clause those medications to be added. I've seen that in clinical practice. Where patient starts in butte increased for urinary issues. And now all of a sudden four weeks six weeks ten weeks later. Oh yep you know. They're having some confusion. They're having some memory issues and now we add on a dementia. Medication like era receptor dementia. And you know are we actually having dementia and dementia issues or did oxy butin cause central nervous system adverse effects and caused those issues ultimately leading to the prescribing cascade and the addition of those dementia medications so again same thing if you see patients already on dementia meds be extremely careful with a drug like oxy putin Because we may worsen that cognition and worship worsen issues with with patients there so yeah and this is one of the things that we Look out with Urinary Medications like oxy butin and there certainly are other urinary anti cholinergic. That may have may not have as much Central nervous system penetration or risk for adverse effects. So again. I'll talk about those in future podcasts. But there definitely are Anti corner anti corner jets that have last action on the cns so get need to look at those patients critically think clinically And make sure we're selecting the best agents For our patients there are well. That's going to wrap up this podcast for today. Thank you so much for listening If you enjoyed the podcast founded helpfully rating review and i tunes wherever you're listening also go subscribe real pharmacology dot com and of course support the sponsor met at one one dot com slash store s. t. ari if you want to track me down You can email me at met education. One one at gmail.com Probably the most active social media profile. you can find me on linked in erik christians in farm d. c. Bcp sbc gp. Thanks again for less than Take care and you have a great rest of your day.

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Encore - Ben Angel - Biohacking Tools to Boost Energy and Performance

Untangle

43:29 min | Last month

Encore - Ben Angel - Biohacking Tools to Boost Energy and Performance

"Welcome to untangle the podcast from meditation studio the five star app and news. The brain tenting had that helps you meditate. I'm patricia carpets. The muse headband. An app can help you. Start a meditation practice or deep in your practice and the muse ask was specifically designed to give you lots of meditations visualizations and features to help you sleep better all great stuff. Check it out at cheese. Muse dot com. If you're looking to be more motivated energetic and focus. This guest is for you then. Angel is author of unstoppable and ninety day planned to bio. Hack your mind and body for six snap. His program which was featured in entrepreneur magazine is designed to help you feel better is deeply glenn emotionally using a blend of neuroscience psychology and biohacking. His goal. find your way to peak. Productivity is ninety day challenge. Has you looking at all of the influences. On your energy he shares. How uncovering his food allergies and making some changes in nutrition had a huge impact on his overall wellbeing and he says our brains and bodies are like machine and they work much better went well oil. You'll hear how he challenged himself and others with his biohacking tools and day plans now. Here's ben it's great to have you on tangled today. Thank you so much for being here is my absolute pleasure on. It was really fun to read. Your bach unstoppable a ninety day. Plan to bio. Hack your mind and body for success. There's some really interesting jams in there. And i wanted to start the conversation by asking you. What was your inspiration for writing this book and were coming up with this ninety day plan. It really came about as really environment out of necessity just by traveling around the us. Three months is focused on it. Or and i go back to australia and suddenly started depression. Anxiety stress fish very much tower now in the pasta experienced depression but i always knew us from the psychological standpoint. I can fly. Strategies of the pig is the psychological strategies. And that would help me shift out of this time just did absolutely nothing and i was getting significantly less and offer a couple of wakes at that point. Always big very active as the problem solved. Ustralia voice mindset as she just gotta do but what i found is despite a note. Land those designed by nutritionist. Where he now six days away. Having one batch meal away knows pretty much doctors. I really was a nato and monster. Twenty seven sane just progressively was to the point that i was in my life which sets sight but if anyone's listening to this get help immediately i was really feis originate and that was do. I have to give this up the psych my health. Because i'm having to An i simply i-is do it anymore. This insane idea which was to on aparicio blah to write a book about going on this ninety dietitians by my way back to them as a joint. The final chapters getting off so night fully jobs within project by wealthy though willing since i bank was really out of necessity and the whole by academician really represented paradigm shifts. That was using. Excuse me everything that. I knew about mental. How specific play. It was really quite a to die. A fall and fight trance such as vitamins day or matinees they would eventually become price. Essentially suicidal had experience as they just went. I thought out for everyone and pasta has worked for me. But in this particular instance it didn't and that's what really lend me on. The journey to us questions are different in the book. You talked about the fact that you felt sick. And you had brain fog and a lot of allergies and just growing up you had all of these different physical and mental ailments. What was your progression as a child. Did your family or your parents help you get better. Did you just always feel orebro when you were in grade school and then in college and i want to lead up to the trigger breakdown when you felt that you wanted to take your own life but i wanna understand. Had that all begin and when you did ill the way you felt when you were younger. Is that when you started on the self help journey growing up much tonight she is. I'm once experience album timis so if my brother my route the fall i was inside. What watching hebei or infects roddy and really getting out. They're socializing did any sports. So just didn't have the energy or working for experiments in the book. I can say in hindsight door. She'd events that had as a child. That's impacted me. Later in life especially around the sensitivity and got health issues and one of the best bonds was as a child. i had on a few infections. So it was in alabama by audience. Now as we buy these. Take a scores fraiche anchor by now. We see all of this phrase. I almost every single waking running health both mental house. in fact i the lights in china. The myron lakes developed a sign by which it is a cycle engine designed to change and individual psychologists shifts in the bacteria with enact dots as proven effective with children with autism walla as depression. And what. i'm now realizing tighter on the has not does a four. Things really escalated for me. I had had a close. Benny boy on it. Because once again sinus infection so just by affected us eighty healthy just simply wasn't himself and it was one particular study author. I wrote look which showing a individuals with depression had lowell owes of particular bacteria. Roy was odd dodges. This might increase the use especially in some cases also coincided with depressive episodes becoming the fact that administration region tight had changed behavior. Why even gave you the will to want to finding the solution for all of this when you bill as depressed as you bow. It's so hard to take action. I think it's a couple of different things. I think it's a cultural growing up in armand. Did you just pushing paper response. Depression very different ways of may out would lay. I would always you find behind the scenes. I was only considered three hours. Eight where some companies function happening off to lunch. That it was two three knots. And i was pretty much idols. I was still producing videos freshman. You'll magazine but to sure. I sound admiral. I would slow down teleprompter an innocent. I would stay myself up so sounded normal. Wow we're doing these different things. Everyone's different just talk it out. I could but a really was that necessity that i want to get on says and the factor helps a lot with signs on track with alicia. I was entirely different liberal of accountability. I've made a promise and was dave aspirin. I kind of person that you talked to interviewed something. Like ten thousand people to look gatt common patterns and behaviors than solutions. What was your process for that. Yes divest spray Come across his head strong when i was going through. His life necessarily unheard his best known story in spain since the since bowen asleep during mating and i saw how he was fired hacking into health. Obviously time in australia never met before here. But i want to find ways to him but it was processed. It wasn't just the ninth is all that there was off five months for when we have a wisha embrace soc than in speak don and i was still struggling a balas. H dyer that. I could really hidden during that race such price or a great book. I wanted to most statistical evidence to find out what other really struggling to the content arou- so initially we did a two thousand eight thousand an aligns. The different shots and not question questions not just around mental health. In general. Do you have a lot. What is your energy like. During the diet to experience jay have any got health issues. Diarrhea constipation life three questions. What we actually have it was. The fifty percent of relation is struggling with a woman's spray depression digestion and big projects explain why food cravings really later on is spy oil. Say sound this seventy five cent experience sprang folk which is a huge number suffering with brand fog. It's way you just each onstage. if you're to raid something outraged very long. Doesn't make sense your brain jewelry. Things ago jose found cress tonight. Eighty two percent are easily distracted. Bridges while the vice six hundred setting experience inconsistent energy during the day and a fifty cent do not wake billing refresh so tidy. Maced cheer seats. I was ceo zone valley right myself against our feeling feline. Also help to guide way. Are i needed to racer ash. Ryan eggert rains crisis. Scientists doctors by hackers nickel social utrition us natural pass as many as possible to ensure the book is offering as possible. Were you surprised by some of those statistics or did they confirm what you already believed. I think initially looking at the statistics they work by shopping's mater say how which really struggling him stanza may process ernest journey which was another reason to dine with a was i needed. Just share the big pulses of barren rots. How are you able to distinguish between what is psychological biochemical physical. How did you distinguish between mind and spirit will hanson look at it from perspectives best the psychological perspective which is very much the traditional. So hello if someone uses typically areas but site awake. Mind saturday nights up. And that's what i initially and there are certain obviously sideboards patrollers late hall hosted by or events the initial health and it's on tonight violence psychological side to different signs of the same point doesn't matter which spicing up one tax the as the other site Aside how that impacts on the increased levels which aligns crispy brains and we my spirits wine jane and a hall of hoisted installation sporadic tonight line and on the chemistry is this particular depressive Oss so in twenty follow aswa ranch in brain cancer quite sunlight so that depressive episode is clearly cyclist sharla without a question. Is the lunch implications in this case. I couldn't actually do the cycle. For what is my brain wasn't if we blame everything on letter. Willpower of trump incident by psychologist. Dr council gone. She's actions is that if everything spreads online willpower mindset Weinhard's and that is really barons the individual because it may look on the print side by side. They're numerous factors mimic cycle disallowance sanchez food. Since two on mow his asia side effects for me now side effects medication a well reported to change. There are some benefactions latest arrest lace wishing races and individuals. Desiigner going have risky sex so it was really important ispra by size because i had question myself why is the science strategies that apply so has lost. Its eight years. They were way square trademarks pasta spanking on stage in front of vows in this energy and competence function may strategies by working and i was looking at one side of the twine. The office side. Of the client. On his brian jennings my bosses incentives straight depression anxiety and stress. I had to look at the bosses of the medical professionals boss. Episode and h. one individual ossets aspire to share experiences. This time is offering their individuals silence and joined me. Does one of the reasons why china with the ula for to make show we all both sides on smash dan. This is also why you like functional medicine too because it looks at the whole mind body systems and how they interact with one another. It's so interesting you talk about the shortcomings of each of these like the therapeutic. The medical South help each of these communities are industries. Just look at a situation through their alan lands which may block their ability to see what's really happening. Where the patient or with a person. Yeah that's when calvin. Because i i went our status in australia. Adelaide bios suppose melbourne victoria and what happened. Was they running back. As normal i'm us doing array such the mic director fairly. Well totally well is a logistic company or the lines. Different tests us. Send blessed sack. Hold a sample goes to assign labs the dodgers us. Iraq portrayed them so i answered. Dr mar francis announced the questions that all of my test results normal. What is this novel. Range ice stop. It was the demographics snore. As she said as is a sony graham wise that a europe male now your demographic general society that doesn't make up society and backs from my previous test results is the for example vitamin day and this just issued see is also linked with depression inside stress. I found out about him. And i was very ranch but despite that because unlimited i could've still i was still experiencing symptoms efficiency. I also sound out the bottom ranch or iro so as very much having the rest of my life which provincial works with a functional doctor so in the if they less jarring remains as i'm getting over seoul's ambassador to send you the results and awesome question. A are all ranch. As if you're in a in high ally experiencing symptoms i functioned. Dont'a look at that same steps right now before this and and semaines. That was one way. Holy crowd more sense wants fosters tape since just injured asking you also talked about in the buck. How sometimes people are just so used to not feeling well because maybe they just think. That's the standard mrs. How the you know. We're all gaul hired or is he in all of this. So do you think that's what holds people back from making changes. Because they don't know that they can possibly feel better and then is the case. That's where the biohacking may be comes in because if you can have a little like we know in feeling better that give you the will to make some of the bigger changes which i think can be really daunting people to change one of the issues that we now fi saying this is the best. We've done epidemic. It's just an address. There have been studies amount of the while joing because tonight exhaust-related ice beating spray s-oil played in national notes. Mace him for for sop. When seems efficiency is also how insights with depression as sense about so. We can get advice though Balanced should be off the research. That's awesome by doesn't sequel. I assume that about fifteen years ago wasn't as industrialize legit so it's not rights. Depression rights despite urine. Yeah i do believe that. S lightning trek dot us so slowly and like you said just don't realize Better is an are great. I think this might be where it gets a little bit confusing. You do so many things in your thirteen week or ninety day process from new tropics to vitamin to changing your diet to. You've got psychological hack meditation and so many maybe talk about what you think is the best way to start a process or feeling better and what will have the biggest impact on your overall health and energy and then we can get into the one. You feel better. These are the other things that you can do. So the best buys is so assessment than in the second hats. So what i want to on the fbi shows that. I want you to look at your bible by saw. So if you think about michael highness analogy we used to join died. Should believe shash to spin cigar for all message. Sure use over different options on that as the the fight against to go play in new finds they size as powell citing bites or rich abso- and while that palestine by does is it such a sweet shall some functions in so as fast as funds started day now if used this analogy full an individuals. We're not that much burns so shrouded around sponge off the draw. Close the die. And what coincides for diet is also about each so started by our identities. We maybe off by just going by mid off to nine are is not all in syria a professional press tonight or are we at anything dumb and if we look at us as individuals and imagine that we have battery. That needs to be recharged shots. Every single dies the psychological was follow as via lunch or energy but we break his battery levels. So tho- different did firm shots ciphers dongpo battery a full that a fully sharks. 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08/13/2021 - Best of The Odd Couple

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

43:36 min | 2 months ago

08/13/2021 - Best of The Odd Couple

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You're listening to the best of the odd coupled with chris russo and rob harker and while the field of dreams game was going on the new england patriots and the washington football team were playing in the preseason and all eyes were on cam newton and mack jones we know mag the first round pick of the patriots. A lot of people see him. And certainly you know the patriots hope he emerges after you know train or draft him in the first round that he will emerge as the heir-apparent to tom brady and last night. Of course cam. Newton gets the start only plays to series surprise there. Four for seven forty nine yards a field goal in two possessions. Matt jones comes in thirteen for nineteen eighty seven yards two field goals in five possessions quarterback rating rob both of about seventy eight. Seventy eight point nine for camelina. Why home about seventy eight point two for jobs. No they were like you know. Neither guy was spectacular near the guy was bad. It was what it was but the patriots fans were excited about mack jones. Some of them gave him a standing ovation when he entered the game. Last night. Eight play. Well i actually think. And let me preferences we we. We're not making a big deal out of preseason trey wingo hit on the head neither the office or the defense game plans air. Remember that mack. Jones was playing against at least half the time second and third teamers so he was not facing the first team players. That cam newton and those are just facts that that's right. I think mac played a little better Then then cam. But again i mean. He was facing lesser competition. He threw a nice ball christian wilkerson. That should have been caught. The wilkerson dropped off his fingertips in the end. Zone would have been a nice. Play down the sideline about thirty five yards or whatever it was but it was a nice would've been a nice play and at one point he completed leverage. Straight pass is one of the stats. That stood out to me rob. He looked good in a hurry up. Eight for nine in the hurry up offense. That was good. He looked poised good but his average pass. A tipped was seven yards or his average throw was seven point two yards. Cames was zero point. Three and cam got most of his yards on a couple of screen passes that to running back turned in running already. Receivers turned into big gains. But there's that here's where i think. I think it's a competition. I think the good thing for patriots fans rob is that i think they can feel comfortable in that. Who if if bill bella check those with mack jones. And i think right now cam. Newton is clearly starter. But i think mac is relatively close. He's getting at least half the rep so far with the first unit in practice. Like i said he played fairly well last night. But if belichick decides to go with mac jones in game one. I think the patriots fans can rest assured that bella check has seen something that makes him really believe in magazines because we know he likes cam new and nothing but praise cam. No he really okay. We got him as a player right as do the players on that team. They like him. They made him a captain chris right. Yeah but bella. Check has always been the type of coach. Who didn't he would not make decisions. Based on the fan base based on the money that a guy is making based on who has the biggest reputation none of that what the media saying he bases it solely or who he thinks gives them the best chance to win. That goes all the way back to cleveland. I was in cleveland. when he benched bernie kosar the beloved. You remember the beloved bernie kosar they love bernie. That's right and yet. They turned on ballot. Check in a minute. He's at bernie at diminish schools and went with any test. Diverting i think appalachia big role to him losing their job and then brady second-year year rob when brady blue drew. Bledsoe got hurt. Brady led him on a run. I remember bledsoe came back late that season in the play offs and wanted his job back and blessed was a three time pro bowler at that point. I mean nobody in their right mind. Rob would have said at that time there tom. Brady's better than drew bledsoe and yet he ballot check stuck with him and the rest is history and so i think you can rest assured if indeed he goes with mack jones emmys jones right. We all know he's getting in there at some point but it means he's ready if i think that's something. The patriots fans caressed assured about. Yeah i just think that there's only one way course of action. You gotta start cam you gotta see what you have and if cam can do it in a game or two or three then you make the change but cam can't be a backup. They made all these free agent move. Spent all this money in the off season. I don't think you do that for a rookie quarterback unless you knew ahead of time that that he's that guy i just don't believe i think they give camera shot see what he can do and mack jones eventually gonna play trey. Wingo said it. Everybody knows chris. When you move up and try to make a trade to you know you go get a guy you eventually when you draft them. I mean you know in that spot. He's gonna play that. That's why that's why you took him. You took them so I do believe that you start with cam. And cam will dictate ultimately whether he continues or whether they make a change but cam. I can't see so if you don't start cam you might as well caught him. I don't could be on the team as a backup. Just interesting you say that because albert breer of em-. Qb monday morning quarterback he said this week on straight fire on that podcast jay mac and rob g exactly what you just said arrive here is this is unlike not the niners to think macs the starter cam might not be on the team. Wow what why not. Because the team loves they love cam. They love cameras a player as a person and everything else does he fit as the backup or. Would you rather have brian hoyer there. Who at the very least you can be a resource to your star. Wow campus definitely not a bad guy but there are just certain where when they're done is a star. It's just hard for them to find work because like teams. Just don't have it in their head. This guy can be kind of in the background week to we resource for the starter and all that different stuff. So if cam work on the patriots like i would look for an injury somewhere like maybe that would be where he would wind up going. I would breer saying. And i hear what you're saying is you. You never want to have a backup. Who's a bigger name or more popular than your starter. And it doesn't always have anything to do with ability. I mean tim rob not he's not good enough to be a backup but still if he was. You don't want him tibo as your backup because as soon as your starter struggles a little bit. Tibo is so popular that people are going to be calling form to play and you versus where distraction is a direction and so i get what you guys are saying and i felt that way. A lot about cameras. Well like he. He doesn't see himself as a backup. He believes he's the best for the job and the players love him and he's popular and he's a leader. He's got the locker room. And so that's just not a good situation for your backup quarterback have however i thought last night rubbing. I'm not just judging off this press conference last night. But when cam spoke about mac and he talked about how mac asked him just came to him before the game was like. Hey you know. What should i expect you know. It really seems it seems sincere. It really seems like cam is in. This guy's corner like obviously understands. They're they're competing for the job and and all of that but he seemed like he was really ready to give this guy advice and that he likes him. He said he admires e. k. Right remember brett. Farve and aaron rodgers had no relationship. Show no exactly absolutely wouldn't ought to them as i am. Think cam maybe realizing. Look if i lose this job as the starter i won't. I think he understands. He may not be in the league unless he will accept the backup role and so i actually think he might be able to be the backup. Rob if matt comes out you know this the player see what's going on in practice and as much as they may like cam if mac is playing well lighten it up throwing it better than cam. We know cams go- better leader at this point. He's going to run it better. But he's not the greatest pastor in the world and so if this kid is better. I think the players will understand. Okay we got his back he could start a and i think if cam i think cam could be a backup now because i think he has matured and understands. That might be my only place in this league going over. Yeah i just don't see it. I don't know you might be right chris. I just don't see it. I think that if camp camp play and isn't a start at the patriots. Better off with just releasing him and brian. Hor is a career backup. I know he started some chris in the league. But that's a guy who can be the backup and if and if mack jones gets her you know he's a he's a guy gets hurt. Who knows the system or whatever but you really if you can avoid playing more than two or three times a year you would. Do you know what i mean. I don't think it because because if they start mack jones or saving in game three he takes over if he struggles. Then there will be calls for cam right and this is just how it is. That's how i so. I get it and you don't really want that where your rookie quarterback dan once you make that it was. Why fitzpatrick's gone chris. Miami like right right exactly. That's why he's going to go. Which guy right. But here's the thing and this is the difference with its patrick and cam rob. Where's i do you think. He's in the league. If he lets say your scenario you know matt takes the job they cut cam. Do you think he's done in the nfl. I think there's a good chance of that. The only way would be now. I would say i would say he's done. I would say he's done see. I don't think he'd get another chance to start but remember we. We thought a similar thing with rg three. At least i certainly did. I thought this guy can't be a backup. he still sees himself as a starter he's popular. We know what he did is rookie year. Similar things with camp. Although he just. I am way more success and right i need yes pseudo right like. This was a long time ago. Nobody came those terms. 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We're glad to have you on the outcome. How are what's up. Thank you. Thank you chris. Thank you rob. I feel special to be show. I feel special great to have you know drought it and rob you start. Because i know robbie's rob is still on cloud nine. I'm like in my skirt. blew up. i mean after notice in a regular season baseball game. But but let's just come on mike. The setting the scene the cornfield the ending. The home runs the ninth inning. Tell me how how awesome that game was to watch it was. It was really nice to to to have something different in a sense. You know guys don't normally like to do much you know during the season but their own personal routine but the fact that you know they got a chance to go to a place. That's a historic place in a movie scene and they reenacted it and play you know. They have a nice stadium to play like that. I'm the guys enjoy opportunities like that. It's a change of scenery. Fresh air everything around it was like beautiful and then the game. The way it closed out was even better mike. After the game. Alex rodriguez made a point of saying that four of the home runs hitting by african americans. And just we need more african americans in baseball. What are your thoughts on that. I mean you play when there were more african americans in the league. But what i is. We also need to say that. Das- cameron is with the tigers. So you have a son who's been up to the big leagues. I think he's he's not he's not with the team. Now right is in a minor league are He's he's a rehab assignment right You know but he's trying to get back up there To be able to try to help help young young tigers getting involved in the central division over there but you know as you say that You know about a young afro-americans it obviously. It was the most watched baseball major league baseball game. And i think like sixteen sixteen year. Yeah yeah like fifteen sixteen years so that gave an opportunity to put some young every american kids to see somebody that looks like them playing the game and then to top it. All off to see a young guy from birmingham alabama. They've got all this way. That's from a jew co college that you know the the went through the ranks in a way that you know nobody else is like man. He like me. I can do something like that. I that could be me so it's to be able to see. Have that opportunity to do it. And i think that the drought also too is That setting kind of reminds kids have like literally standing to about now What a little world series so it made it feel that type of that type of setting and feeling that energy in that place like that Especially especially all kids to be able to get exquisite man. I can't i can't say enough about it and the way and it's like i mean it is what we all dream about to be to do something like that and just don't happen to be a guy who has all the swag birmingham alabama. You know what no doubt. I wrote a column about that. Some some kids young black kids could have watched that last night. I wanna be a baseball player after see. Let me ask you about your son. Das- and how did he get involved in baseball. Was it just because of you did he. Did he play other sports. What got him. I mean from the make it all the way to the major leagues. We've seen more and more former athletes with their kids making it fernando tat tease junior flag. Guerrero junior it's incredible. How many guys have made it. But what what was the difference for your son and why. He didn't pick maybe football or basketball. Well first and foremost he's the baseball player all the way then it was basketball. I think he tried out for football. Like one time. He got like a stinger in his knick's and that was like when he's in the seventh grade and i said Now you're done you. Don't you know like for him. You know i grew. I grew up. I had to play football. I grew up in south georgia. So where you know like is dog days and you had to play football. They can't pick me up on a truck and said let's go. We're gonna play football. And you know i. I'm thankful that i did go and play Because it taught me so many different values or whatever it is but he's you know he was a basketball got his number one thing he's fifty came out of the room and anybody been cared little red at a ball and You know and he's he was around. He was around baseball. Is we spoke about the last time he. He's been around baseball and said he was not walk even going to club i could walk and even finding everybody throw a little ball to him and we in seattle we had basically a almost like a a a little league team you know because they play games while we were playing a game than they used to get mad with him because we start playing the game. He didn't wanna play with little kids in the more he wanna watch grown guys on tv. So you know like yeah. Yeah yeah yeah. I always say this man like kids that come up and mainly clubhouses. They can always they know what it's like. They know how to act and what it feels like to be in. The big league is when you go to the minor leagues. What makes the adjustment when when you had to make the adjustment. But he's guys and that's probably the best thing and like to be an experienced that For him to be an experience he knows what it's like to being big league. But you know to go through that molly senate when you got buses from eight twelve fourteen. You know fifteen hours sometimes and get up the plan and you know these little small cities that's hard. That's what is your. what is your feeling about. The decline of blacks playing baseball. Like do you have an opinion on why that has happened over the last twenty five thirty years or so. Well i chris i i would say this. It's probably because when i was coming. Obviously i'm not much. I'm pretty sure. I mean you got the age range Mind robbed chris but you know the fact that we get a chance to you know we. We probably paid. The most was probably twenty dollars. Start a season where you gotta pay bill and everything you know. It's almost bikes in. Sometimes you don't need a glove. You don't need a bad because the coach had all that kind of stuff but now it's not localized in a city. No more it's all travel a minute. Take two four five thousand dollars to get through a season. Just that's just that's just your kid amendment. You're trying to take your family to go see your kid by so it basically turned into like golf tennis a very young age and keep kids get discouraged because and they don't talk that baseball. You're not gonna come nate baseball. No baseball baseball is gonna make you understand the craft and be i you know. Have a humble sense of what you're trying to accomplish on a day-to-day basis. Because every day. you know. You're working on your crap every single day. so every american kids that used to dominate awesome in everything. And when you come along with baseball you don't you don't get a chance to just put the ball in the hand and you go run for sixty yards or you make a tackle when you pissed off or when you're playing basketball and giving the rock i'm going straight to the hoop. You can't do that in baseball. You got you got the whole. You gotta harness all those that type of energy and be able to focus on trying to do something special and then you have your special players who. I felt like had the price at all. You know you have your berry and your your your canopy. Juniors alex rodriguez and now you know might trout into ronaldo kunia especially like they won't they were put on this earth to play the game of baseball while everyone else had to work. Tirelessly hires me trying to learn how to play this game. Try to get better at this game and you have to understand how to deal with failure and that is one of the hardest thing that we do but you gotta be resilient you have to be able to go back and keep coming back you know. I came up in asia. Whatever so many afro american players. Not only that i ever american coaching. So whenever i was going through something you know my one of my one of my favorite coaches was at the start was Had dallas williams. Who played you know. Y you know in annapolis. He played i think in a little bit. I don't know much bigly time but my favorite cousin was von joshua. I have on joshua. But joshua. Play all of the great hank. Aaron willie mays is you know all of those berry Bobby bonds to hit him. Say hey man keep going. You remind me of a young. Bobby buzz me being a baseball historian and a baseball guy. Understanding that knowledge of the game like man. It's just so. I can be like bobby buns man. So you know you keep that vision and your head and you work on it understand that no matter ups and downs you go through. There's a chance that you gotta be something special and for me coming out of the grains georgia eighteen around a little soaking wet six one hundred pound guy i had to grind. I had to get it. I had to go and work my butt off every single day. Just to get a little time that i got i was gonna say my you're it has to be the greatest moment you had in two thousand two with the mariners. When you hit the four home runs in one game. What was what was that like. I mean okay. You hit one. That's okay that's great to do you just seeing the ball better. What was it that day because not too many. I think only thirteen gaza and a history of the game done that. What made you that day. You know be able to go yard four times You know. I think the best way i can describe it is rob is the fact that i was able to get into this zone where we feel like you're feel very good place but you don't feel very good at the plate to get four balls up in the air to hit the fence miami. Everything has to be perfect in a sense where to take place I'm fortunate that jerry may was with pitches because we beat 'em fifteen fifteen to four i think. Wall for home homerun pitches Well you know. Jeremy was the manager so he could he could instruct his pitcher could not picture me right right but the fact the fact that they have. So you remember man. Bret boone china record because we hit back to back in the first inning alone so it was already a good day for me. Everything else was gravy. You know down to home isn't first inning. That's almost like saying like so. Fernando talkies julia's day. Hit two grand slam in the same inning. I think everybody done everything has to be. That's no great stuff man. We appreciate your time. Yes man. I could sit here and tell you got all day about everything all kinds of all kinds of things. I love it though. I love and appreciate you and get you back on the podcast. Okay inside the park. Like all right bill. Thanks fox. sports radio has the best sports talk lineup. In the nation catch all of our shows at fox sports radio dot com and within the iheartradio app search f. s. are to listen live starbucks cold brew. There's nothing like it especially come summer when you're bouncing from bike rides to beach trips to backyard barbecues. It's the bold smooth ice cold coffee picking up the powers your summer day. Find your happy place at starbucks order ahead on the app management concepts in power federal leaders at every career level. They're six leadership programs. 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Finra sipc in one borrow available on margin accounts with at least five thousand dollars. Invested not available for all account types of litter. Rob just signed the four year. No surprise we knew he was gonna stay with the clippers right but he just signed a couple of days ago for four years. One hundred and seventy six million now. The interesting thing would kawai rob is. He left some money on the table. Not obviously still generational wealth but there are several ways he got the max but there several raise he could have done it where he could have gotten even more money you know so you know he he could assign like a one year deal or two year deal with the player option after next season and then signed for five years. Two hundred thirty five million He could opted into his contract and not become a free agent this summer and then signed like four years. One hundred and eighty million so it was weird. I mean again obviously. He's he don't have to worry about money again real. You know what. I'm gonna say. Not weird chris. Coming off another injury to keep betting on yourself. I think like. I would want to secure that money for sure at this point. Do you know what i mean. Just yeah if he had another injury say he he comes back and he's not right or whatever like he's going to get paid he's gonna miss. Most of the season could miss the whole year. And then you'd have to reestablish yourself next year you know what. I'm saying what it may do rob and i'll say this. I don't expect to see colli next year. You know that's just my opinion. I mean you're not a doctor right. But i think it makes it more likely that he does come back. That is the fact that he's already signed a long term deal because had he done the short deal. Let's say he did a one in one and or one year deal. He's not gonna wanna come back in april or may and risk being rusty and not looking good. You know what i mean. And you say say he came back and just didn't look like himself and now you want them to give you the long-term max deal. You know what i mean. So maybe he would have said you know what i'm not even risking it whereas now he's got his money he said so he can come back and not worry about. If i don't look quite one hundred percent. I think it makes total sense financially. You know what. I mean like like coming into an off season where. There's some doubt. I mean you expect to come back but you don't know nobody let me throw this at you for you deal so over the next four years do you. He leaves the clippers to a championship. I do and i know a lot of people are going to say no. They're not gonna win. Brooklyn's there and lebron and and utah phoenix suns. And all that. We just saw jaanus when a championship. We just saw jaanus win a championship because kevin durant has a bigfoot because You know a couple of players in the west got nicked up got. It opened the door can they. Can they do it. We just saw them go to the western conference finals without them. They were down to older utah. That was the number one seed in the west and somehow they were able to get through that. They went through six game to the sons. If paul george hits a free. Throw it to chris who knows how that's huge turns out so so there there. We found out that tai lue is damn good coach. There's a lot of things i like. Reggie jackson came of age. There was a lot of Baca comes back right after surgery. There's a lot of things that are going on. A window can open up for the clippers. It's not impossible because we saw it happen so i think that they do win one championship at least one during his four years with the clippers. Coming up the windows definitely open. I mean you'd be an idiot to say to windows open. you know. Once he gets back that sad. I don't think they'll win one. And here's why say one again. I'm not expecting to see them next year. Because the that that injury supposedly is nine to twelve month rehabilitation nine months would get him back around mid april which is right in the playoffs start so he wall played a regular season. At least and i think rob. I think they'll make the playoffs. But it's not a guarantee without kawhi because the west is pretty conference but i do they get in but i just think i don't think you'll come back because he's overly cautious in addition to just the timetable. He's a guy that historically has just been. I got to be one hundred percent before. I'm going out there. And i heard stories about him like that when he was in san antonio before he became a star he just is that guy that's look. He's cautious about his body. And so i. I don't think you'll play next year. So if i if i take away next year. He's going to be thirty one. When when the next season stars twenty twenty two season and rob it will have been five years at that point since he played six more than sixty games in the regular season. And i don't think he's gonna get healthier. Then he's been as a younger player so there's gonna be low management. I'm sure there's gonna be big time low management and. I just think that he's not gonna be a better player. I think it'd be really good. I still think it'd be a top ten player and he may be exactly what he's is now like what he was when he got hurt. Which is one of the best players in the world. But i think you'll be better and as he is now. He lost a three one lead to denver last year. And this year when colli was there they were to to utah and the second pretty good utah team but not not worldbeaters and then they went on of course and won the series without him. But i'm just saying like they. They haven't been a spectacular team with him yet with nco is health. They got to the finals if he was healthy. I think they would've. But i i do. I think they would have been better than phoenix. And i think they would have had a shot against milwaukee but by the time he gets back lucas coming. I mean lucas giving him all he wants now but let them get out of the first round around and he's taken by himself. He's taking the clippers. The six and he's taken the clippers the seven i get it. He had one but he's giving hawaii in. Paul george fits and he's going to get better jaanus. Who knows what type of swag this championships going to give him in the buck. So they're not going anywhere brooklyn's about design it looks like kyri and hardened for the long haul they already got the red signed up for the long haul so they ain't going nowhere mentioned the lakers and suns in i mean so i look like you said there's no doubt there contenders and the window is open like you. Just look at milwaukee outta winning with milwaukee when john and and back in milwaukee people swore up and down. He made a grave mistake. He'll never win a tidal. That was dom. Why would you do that. And you know things work for and his favourite chris but he won. He no doubt and so. That's why i believe that there's always a will. There's a way. I don't think that this reconsider your map out and say we're going to be. Who's going to win the next four championships. We don't know managing concepts in powers federal leaders every career level. They're six leadership programs include courses. Line to opium cues and fundamental competencies taught by experts with federal experience management concepts programs combine live instructions with experiential learning personal assessment coaching an online collaboration to deliver the real world skills. You need over. 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09/07/2021 - Hour 2 - Rasheed Wallace is Hating on LeBron + FOX Sports Radio NFL analyst Randy Mueller

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We're coming to you live from the fox sports radio studios and we got randy mueller former. Nfl executive of the year. He joins us every week during the nfl. Football season as a fox sports radio. Nfl analyst so he's talking to us at the bottom of the hour about twenty nine minutes about all things national football league so we will get into some good topics with him. Keep it locked for that. Also you can follow robin meal and social media rob at rob parker s on both twitter and instagram. I am at chris. Underscore bruce art chris on twitter and chris. Bruce are sixty eight on instagram. right interesting it's an interesting situation overall. So we're she. Wallace was on the million dollars. Worth of game podcast in november of twenty twenty. So that's what nine ten months ago. And he's he talked about. Lebron james and also kevin durant. But we're gonna focus on the brian about whether what kind of player lebron would be back in there which obviously overlap with lebron's era. She came in the league in nineteen ninety five. The brian came in in two thousand and three lebron. One lebron's greatest moments was at the hands of rasheed wallace. Lebron score forty seven forty eight points. I believe in game in game. Five of the eastern half again. Yes yup lebron was tremendous against that. Very good Detroit pistons scenes feet which featured but anyway for some reason. I guess the reason is that the podcast posted an excerpt from that interview which again took place ten months ago. They posted it on facebook today and so a with gone viral. It's trending everybody's talking about it and it's very interesting to hear what rasheed said here. He is in my era. He probably probably would have done good because his physical stature with him being a little bit bigger than a majority of the rest so he probably would have held his own. But i don't think he would have been as successful as he is now like now is yeah i mean like i. Don't you're doing it. I mean so but it was a whole different era. Back then bro. So be solved. I told you beasted you know. I think i think you will held his own. I can't necessarily say he would have been a beast. But i think he would have helped zone because that was the question the way they worded. The question was with brian. Be a beast or would he be soft. Be store soft had he played in your era. I'll give you i stab. Describe 'cause i. I i just say i'm in listening to them. Baffled and listening to it though. It wasn't like he went after him. Oh we couldn't have played. He would have been a bomb. I'm just what that would be now. I know but but i said he would have held his own because of his stature. I don't if i heard that okay. I i don't i don't get it as like. He said he couldn't play. I just say that it's it's natural. I think for playing the different time. And you know that chris. Now you can't even touch anybody defensively. It's a foul. This just a game has changed a lot and to to lebrons benefit. You know what. I mean like when you're that bigger that much bigger and stronger everybody else and you can't physically do anything. I think that gives him an advantage. But i don't. I'm not bothered by. What was she said. I'm not bothered by his his opinion so he could say what he wants. But i i strongly disagree hell. Ise held his own healthy zone. What does that mean. does that mean. He's pretty good. He's i i mean who's hold narrow today. Zach levine zach. Levine's like twenty six twenty seven point. Score zach levine. I would not say zach. Levine's holding his own. That levine is ball. And he's above holding his own so hold his own somebody. That's holding their own. I mean tucker's holding his own. I mean the and i don't think rasheed things he would have been that but i would say that we're we're she was saying he would not have been a superstar would have been good start. He didn't he didn't shit. What do you think holding his own means. I still think he was saying that he would have fit in and he would have been able to play and be but not not not maybe not the second best player in some people's mind all time. Maybe not there. Maybe he's in the top five but maybe he's not second if they had different rules. You know what i mean. I don't think it wasn't like he wouldn't be able to play. Oh he would have been a bomb all remember that. That's not what he was saying. Don't even speak on the mike anymore. If you're going say lebron couldn't have played in ero. But i'm i'm stunned because and again you're right. Who who we don't know exactly what she meant by holding his own but holding his own is not usually described of a superstar. Hold his own. Certainly isn't dominant. And i'm gonna tell you route. I think had lebron james played from nineteen ninety-five on obviously. That's the tail. End of jordan's ero. I think lebron would have been just as great as he is now. I think lebron would have still been second. Only to michael jordan would not have entered. The league is that he would not have won a championship during jordan's era just because the brown was still young. He didn't even win the championship. That early in his career When jordan was even gone. But i don't see how in the world because lebron is not just big. Lebron is physical. Too and i think he would have been even like. Here's what i say when people talk about michael jordan. Oh he didn't shoot the three very well. He was a thirty three percent. Shoot from three. That was a weakness. I i wasn't a weakness because back then it just wasn't a huge part of the game for most players most great players even an jordan's three point shooting percentages the same kobe's and while kobe was not known is a three point shooter. You never would've say that's a weakness like he's a horrible three-point shooter. He was okay at it. And that's what jordan was. But what i say. Rob had jordan played today. He would have been very good three point shooter because he would have worked on it and just like you said many a time rob. When he entered the league he was not a jump shooter. He was a slasher a driver to the basket doing it in the pain at the rim and he developed into arguably the greatest mid range shooter of all time. And if you don't want him to live in new realized that he couldn't keep doing that playing that right. I was the pistons and knicks like giving it. Give them the business every night every night and so just like i say jordan would have developed a three point shot. Had he played today rob. I believe lebron would have adjusted and adapted to the physical nature of the game. He certainly strong enough. He certainly big enough quick enough athletic enough and he was a football player to a novas high school but he was a guy that could have played big time college football. Had he chosen to go that route. So i don't think you can question. It's tough i get it. People see him you know he gets hurt or gets hit and he falls in you know he acts like he's a career threatening injury as he's getting up and he takes the time. Jim brown used to do the same thing so nobody would call jim brown sauce so i don't think there's any question that lebron would have been a physical more physical player. If the era dictated he would have had to and he still would have been able to get to the rim attack the rim and all of that. The lebron is the size. Rob of karl malone and yet a better outside shooter he could run. The floor like malone probably would have developed more of a post game too. And i just think like you say she. I don't even view this. I mean this. Is she opinion. so i'm not saying it's an insult he's disin- lebron season. Titans come off like that. They asked him a question and he answered it. And you know what it would have been different. And i don't know who's podcast. That was but but we talk about it all the time to the problem with people who do podcasts. Who aren't trained journalist trained interviewers have them explain what that means like right followed up following. We talked about right. What she what is a hold his own me what is horrid his own mean would he be a bomb would he be. What does that mean to you. Who would have been. Do you know what i mean. What he's still have been. This first is second best player in nba history. Or you telling me out of the top ten you gotta make what she gives you something. Hello if you're doing a podcast or you're out there dude. Ask follow up questions. Listen to the person you're interviewing and have them explain it when they give you something. Vague hooked on his little beast or soft thing because he did follow beast or soft. But that wasn't right. We need that. We wanna know we wanna know now. Cast rob of gilly the key. Who's a former rapper. z former. I mean. i'm sure he's still drop a bar. Six sixteen here at air right. If you can get on. Somebody's track somebody give him a beat. So maybe he's a rapper. Maybe not a former rap but anyway gilead a kid. But i agree with you. Rob you gotta follow that up and i. I just think it is interesting because you hear this with a lot of players. Kenny smith i think at one time didn't have the brian in his top ten. Exactly now he does. Charles barkley i would just put. Lebron is top five. I think there is interesting. I i feel like somebody older heads. underestimate lebron or i would say under rate him at times and i think i. I don't think it can be not denied that in my opinion receipt is underrating. Lebron i mean i get it if you want to say you know. This is a guy that i think is tremendous. I think he's the best small player ever. If you wanna say though that steph curry might have been a different player back in that era. Where was more physical. You can hand check. You could hammer guys on their way to the basket. Then i i can. I can rock with that a little bit at least a little bit. But lebron robbie wouldn't have been able to handle the physicality no he would have had to a main he would have had and he's got the body right tonight to handle it out of hat too because that's you adapt to what you're what you can do. Remember our lebron used to run people over you remember that just like like just bulldoze people over and get the calls or whatever and it's just a different game but yeah but i. I just thought that she was responding. But i didn't. I didn't think it was like. Oh he can't play he's a bomb would be out of my top twenty if he played an era. Not at all. Not at all one thing. That's interesting. I'll tell you what the errors are incredibly different. I'll player too. I i talk to a player from back in the day. Not back in the day. It really was like there and he said it's he actually said it this way. The days of comparing players from my era to today are over. He said it's almost impossible because the game is so different back. Then this inside out back. We're do it. We're gonna do our best to compare but it is so different. I mean rob you watch games from back in the day and liked the ninety s obviously the eighties but the ninety s and the game was around the paint right. You know what. I'm saying like everything was around the paint. God's will pass up open nineteen footers all the time if they were like shooters and even if they were sometimes not always shooter like that pistons run when they won that championship. Chris in two thousand four. You remember there was scoring eighty. He points and winning. That was that they held. Was it eleven straight games or thirteen opponents under eighty points. Chris like it was incredible. No my my first year. My first team. I it as a beat writer. Ninety five ninety six season was the cleveland cavaliers. Mike fratello was the coach to rail brandon. Bobby fields christmas saw okays guys like that right there. They were one of the most talented teams in the league. So fratello did this. Czar was slow it down rob and rob. It was commonplace. I don't mean. I don't even mean once a week. It was commonplace for their games to be in the seventies white commonplace and sometimes in the sixties occasionally like it was just a much different game much more physical much more inside out out than today's game so is different but i do disagree with rashid. I i think the brown would have been just as dominant as he is today in a slightly different way but i still think he would have emerged as the second best player of all time. But now it's time to throw it out to you. A seventy seven ninety nine on fox. Eight seven seven nine nine six sixty three sixty nine. Do you agree with rasheed wallace. That had lebron. James played in the late nineties. Olen he would have been able to hold his own. Whatever that means hold his own versus become the dominant superstar and some some people's minds the goat. Robbing me say the second best player of all time would he have become that had he played in the more physical nineties. You'll turn away and with the couple fox sports radio. Be sure to catch. Live editions of the odd couple with chris broussard. Then rob parker weekdays at seven. Pm eastern four pm pacific. On fox sports radio and the iheartradio app hates ban hosted the fifth hour with ben. Maller along with my trustee sidekick dave guest. God would mean a lot to. Have you join us on our weekly auditory journey dress. What in god's name is the fifth hour. I'll tell you it's a spinoff of this ben. Maller show a cult hit overnights on fsr. Why shoot you listen picture. 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And i think that becoming a dominant player in this era may require a slight lesser level of mental toughness that it did then due to the level of physicality that most of those players played with so he may be holding his own. I don't think she's not saying. Lebron isn't a great great basketball player but the difference being being dominant basketball player in that time period little bit level a level of mental toughness. That may not exist at this time and this era well fail the yeah and i think again you know i think lebron i do think is mentally tough player but i think people look at what happened against dallas in twenty eleven and hold that against him for his whole career but i think he'd learn grew from that and magic. Remember rob in eighty three eighty four. He had the real just a horrible series against the celtics. Greatest point guard ever dribbled out the clock and bad passes and turnovers and they were calling. You tragic johnson. That was kind of a mitchell. Mentally was out of it and of course he bounced back. So i i do. Think the greatest of the great which lebron magic art and a few others they They can even get mentally tougher because the game and excelling at the game means so much to them. And i think that's what lebron did and i think that's what he would have done. Had he played back then but good yup good call their lawrence. Appreciate you in orlando. What about just in phoenix urine. The couple fox sports radio. What up justin fellas. Y'all are awesome. Thanks for taking my call. Listen y'all on the way home every day. Thank you yes there so to your point i feel like lebron and all the great could conform to any other era. Not just the one that they played in. I mean because they're great for reason. If if play with rashid he could be tough. He could be physically talked. He could be mentally tough. If rasheed jordan those guys played played. Now they can develop a jump shot. 'cause it's a shooters leak like i think. I think those are the kind of thing that the greats do. here's rob. The ironic thing is received was a stretch for especially in detroit by remember he. I mean i actually would like to seem rashid in the pain. A little more and he was very good in the paint actually just he on the line breeze. I think about what she chris used to do. A pre game warmup. Right is to watch him. He would take the basketball head up to basketball's in both hands above his head and shoot them one and then the other one and make threes from almost half core really rhys like like i watch his mavra him and then you remember when they beat miami and game seven down in miami to go back to the nba finals for second year remember. He beat when they beat shacking. Wade right guess guess. Rasheed was the one who had a put back in the paint. You know what i mean like wasn't he didn't take it three had the muscle is. When are we remember him making a play. He was good around the basket. She was a really a great player. No doubt about it. And i agree though with the colorado and i've said it many times here's my mantra. The superstars of any era would have been at least stars. In every era superstars. Some superstars would've been just not quite as good but stars in every era. And i think that that that's what i look at so You might not have been a superstar in every year but you would have been at least a star. Take bob cousy. People wanted this. Bob cousy give bob cousy the benefits that the players have today. Rob give him. You know the travel charter flights. The better equipment better shoes. The weight training to better nutrition the year round play better coach and all of that and i think he would have been a top point guard today just like it was back in his day. I think his shot would have been off chris. Because you can't feel the laces so. I don't think so it would have been del cid arizona's squeezer. You're the couple of fox. Sports radio the ball used to have laces go ahead. Nelson air you guys. How're you doing. Our you fried ryan. I'm going to agree and disagree. I'm going to agree with you. That i think the brian can be complain. Error in eighties especially the eighties nineties. The problem with his game for today back then. They were true centers and true power forwards. They would beat him to death in his game. Wait is now where. I have lebron. I don't have him in my top five. I probably haven't mytalk tan. But not my top five because he disappoints me. When i like guys like jordan bird koby they want the shot at the end. They always want the ball in their hands and lebron's game he he would have to learn how to post better to learn how to rain shot. I still think he has a good mid range shot. He's not somebody fear from outside. He had to work on that part of his game. Getting to the rim got beat up. Now i think the the the best point humane as a good call but the point is that when he went to the rim rob instead of. I don't know nobody did. It was nobody home nobody. Pj right now with the floors. Those bread is one guy. Whoever is whether he's taller not is one guy there. It would have been patrick ewing shack trauma hollywood reviewing right oakley and anthony mason. I mean like the davis boys in san antonio there were other people. Yeah it would you. I mean like we said we've said it. Many times are back then when you went to pay had to be able to finish over under around six dudes it was six dudes in the pain would have layers your teammates and other any opponents. But that's just how we grow and now they act like all. You need the floor space. You can't drive if you got a guy posting what that's even grew up when knowing you drive. It's going to be trafficking. There's traffic you got to renew your way around. Yup yup all right. We got randy mueller former me. Nfl executive coming up as we switch to the gridiron but first fox. Sports radio has the best sports. Talk lineup in the nation. Catch all of our shows at fox. Sports radio dot com and within the iheartradio app search f. s. are to listen live all right. Thank you ralph. We're coming to you live from the fox sports radio studios our next guest is a weekly guest. He's a fox sports radio. Nfl analyst former nfl executive of the year. We welcome in. Randy mueller randy. How are you saw grand. Great guy good to be with you guys. I'm happy to be here all season long looking forward to it. Great to have you as always. I did a list. Randy of the five quarterbacks who i felt were facing the most pressure this season. I'm gonna give it to you. And then i like to hear your thoughts v Lamar jackson fourth carson. Wentz third matthew stafford second to tug of iowa and the most pressure the quarterback facing the most pressure in my book baker. Mayfield your thoughts. I can buy that. I'm not gonna disagree with any of those. I think they all have different reasons. Why they're facing the pressure. Like you say i mean mayfield's facing pressure of a contract year right. He's got to prove himself. He's got to do it again. To on the other hand has gotta prove he can play at all. there's a lot of detractors around the league miami is as rotated their roster a couple of different times now just in the last couple of years so they're trying to prop up for him win so we obviously know the factors there and lamar's another guy that i almost feel bad for because i don't think lamar's value is going to change. He is what he is. The body of work is there. He's been an mvp. I almost think that the Ravens need to just pay the guy and move on so so we can Move on it and put the other pieces around him even more. They've just been hit with so many injuries this off season and during camp. I'm just not sure that lamar is going to have the help he needs. I think it's matthew stafford by far from the standpoint of everybody you can look at all the stats in detroit. I call them stat pad for because a lot of those stats. Randy came after the lines. Were down twenty one. Nothing a little different from the defense. He's against teams with winning records. He's like six fifty four lifetime never wanted division. Never won a playoff game and peter king and all these football guys are all picking the rams and he's gonna be the mvp they're going to win the super bowl. And sean mcveigh gave up draft pick for the next couple of years. I mean they're all the way in. I think he has to. He has to deliver a super bowl. Otherwise is gonna wind up being a bust and people might look matthews taverna's say maybe he wasn't that good. Well i think he's already the winner. Rob forgetting detroit. That's you know. Put that in his column already. I think hooking up with sean mcvay does meat a lot I i don't know how much pressure he feels other than for me. They aren't the favorite in that division. I think the forty niners have a deeper Different built team. But i think they're the team to beat in that division. I think it's it's not if you have injuries it's win and i worry about the rams from that standpoint. They're paper thin right. They just got rid of so many depth players I think stafford it. And i'll differ with you a little bit. I think he's really good. And i played the detroit card with him to to to not to make an excuse. But just the fact that i think he's had to do it on his own and i agree with all the numbers you mentioned. Obviously they are factual. But i don't think he has proven he can play in this league. And if you polled the executives around the league the football guys. I think that's why you probably read the peter kings and other jumping on board. And you know. I hate to eight the but i just think matthew stafford is going to have a great year and i don't think he has a lot to prove i think he's been there done that and we'll see if they don't win the division it'll be he he's never wanted division. I'm just gonna randy. Here's my push back to you and they don't get to the super bowl. They lose or he plays plays okay. I just think that the buildup is so big that he can't play poorly like because everybody has put his his his self out there when he was in detroit. At calvin johnson was a first ballot hall of famer and dhamma consumer go back to two thousand fourteen fifth. Best defense in the league. They lost a playoff game at dallas. Couple years after that they had a home game in in in against green bay where they could have won a division. he's been in some situations we can't act like it was all detroit on fair. Well i hear you. I think. I think he has been around. Like you said some hall of famers but the impact that he's been able to make with them or they've made with him for whatever reason just wasn't there. I think the pressure in la is on. Sean mcveigh i really do. This is the guy that signed off on signed off on gough then changed his mind on golf and sent him pack and now he signed off on stafford I just think he's. He's almost everything all the days in his own basket. Look at their staff of this year. Rob they've changed so many coaches and it's like he doesn't really care he's going to be bigger than any one of them and the pressures on mcvay. Okay that's fair. But i know that they gotta get to the super bowl eventually. Randy another guy. I'm expecting big things from at the quarterback position. I think jameis winston will have a big year and being running for comeback player to you or most improve. Whatever you wanna call it. What do you expect them from winston. I'm excited to see him. I really think chris. I said this last year when he signed with the same it was a perfect spot for him for all the reasons that that i think. He's going to be decent this year as he got to sit behind an hall of famer last year he got learn parts of the game that he never ever got to learn in tampa and i don't think he's a turnover machine like that last year in tampa showed i'm with you. I'm i'm i don't feel pressure for him. I feel excitement for him. And i know. Sean payton has you know. Obviously his scheme speaks for itself. But i think he's bright eyed as well that Lab coat on with the experiments he can make with james winstons arm and the different levels of threat that he can threaten the field with. So i'm with you. I'm excited to see that again though. It's a team. That is just paper thin and i worry about them if they get injuries and you know how the league is. They're gonna get some injuries so hopefully they can piece it together long enough To see what j. j. james can do how about dak prescott coming off the injury the ankle and then The shoulder what kind of i mean. He's got his money's got his contract so it's not personal but the cowboys haven't made the plus in the last two years i think if they don't win that division which looks like it's on a tee for them to hit and get mike mccarthy could be out in dallas. Is this a big year for mccarthy and the cowboys well i think the big year for the cowboys but if mike mccarthy's on the hot seat it means that jerry jones has to admit that he made a mistake and i don't know that that's going to happen in year to at least it hasn't in the past. I think i saw the other day. Dave campo got three years right. So jerry is not apt to say i screwed up. I think the is not necessarily on deck because of all the reasons you just mentioned the president point for me with dallas. Who's dan quinn. I think the demands has to be better. They wasted not wasted. They used all of their draft picks on defensive players. It like the falcons defense was good now last two or three years then he was the head coach so he had his chance to fix that as well so we will see and i love dan quinn. He's my neighbor in miami with the dolphins under nick. Sabin them so. I go way back with him but i think the pressures on him to fix what was historically bad defense. I think the offense even though that hasn't been preseason as missed all the time. I think they've got enough weapons on offense. They should be fine. Said dan. quinn was your neighboring miami. He his house and blocked his house. Didn't block the view of your of the ocean. No not not hardly he. He was our defense like coach. When nick sabin was the coach. So i go way back with. Dan and i'm rooting for him. Believe me randy great stuff as always we look forward to talking to you every week. Enjoy the game. 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I think tampa. Bay's got the best with mike evans antonio brown who i think's gonna do have a big year. Chris guy when scotty miller not to mention the tide ins but anyway amari cooper took it a step further and said adding out of your dress that they have the best receiving core but he said they got the best receiver period. He said direct quote. I'm the best receiver in the league even if the stats don't say so. He said he thinks he's the best receiver in the league. I beg to differ route. I mean just off the top of my head. The andrei hops stefan digs tyreek hill. Devante atoms julio jones. I would take decay metcalf over and then there's others that you know we can argue about it. Mike evanson and several more and then at the end of this year will. He beat a best receiver on his team. Cd lamb is coming. So i just look. I'll minded guy thinking that way. I remember stefan marberry. Say he's the best point guard in the league. You know you should feel you know when you're at a high level and tomorrow a high enough level rob where he you know. He's not like a role player so to speak. But you shouldn't have to say it is the the the right right. I mean volunteer alice. Adams as or de'andre hopkins. You talked about those two guys probably would be the two guys i would look at as the best receivers in the league at this point near a lot of other guys but i i don't know maybe he's feeling himself. I don't know maybe you know they were scoring a lot of points. Last year before deck is going to continue. I know l. took a lotta l. But maybe felt good about that. Chris and maybe that's where they're going Here here's the quote. He said the dow's morning news. I think i'm the best receiver in the league. But there's a difference between thinking you're the best and actually going out there improving it. Do i think i'm the best. Yes have i proven it. I wouldn't say i have. I'm with that route. I'm with that. i think that's a very good quote. I think he should. And i think all the guys we listed and i think mike evans chris godwin when they should all be thinking on the best on the baddest. But i'll give credit for understanding. I've improved it and if he ends career without proving it then so be it you. You can't say you the best and we remember a couple years ago. He was off the field and the big moment for the cowboys. Remember that yes. Yes i mean that's yeah yeah. You can't be the best receiver. He wouldn't even on the field. I remember that that was a big moment there for the cowboys and he was not available. Not there so. I i just think it's okay to be confident. Chris and all of that. I just think whenever you got beat your own chest and and tell everybody else how great you are always question. It didn't devante adam. Say that last raji. Didn't he say. I thought he had last year. I think there were three different receivers who all said at one point either instagram twitter or an interviews that they were the best devante adams de'andre hopkins entirely hill. Oh estefan digs of four. It's like a must if you're a wide receiver like i guess you got more detail. Here's what's tough about. The amari cooper comments came last season. Nine receivers had more catches than him. Eleven add more yards. Dozens more had more. Tv's than him so he has. He has nothing to back up his statement. Unlike the other guys he's not the best. I mean not not los. I don't know if he's married. Mrs cooper his girlfriend wouldn't say he's the best he's not he's not the best receiver newly. That's just if tyreek hill says it. That's arguable right. Some people might go retiree others won't if devante atom says it de'andre hopkins basically what i'm saying. He's not in the discussion. You know what i think. I heard that. Abc is going to do a remake of tv. 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Making something positive out of something negative

No sitting on the sideline dad podcast

19:08 min | 6 months ago

Making something positive out of something negative

"On the sideline dad podcast episode seven book a kid's perspective about the time during the twenty twenty pandemic with my guest pariser do authored a book. Pandemic twenty twenty an annual suspected risha. Fun interview talk to very genetic. Very nice kid gets her perspective when she wrote the book. The house or the book during the pandemic next on the podcast. Let's do this Welcome to the no sitting on the sideline dad podcast a podcast about a journey of discovery and conversations about not sitting on the sideline of life. Let's get involved. Here's host jo foley. Podcast him show foley. I really wanted to say thank you for being inefficient first time. Thank you thank you for taking time. Listen i really do appreciate it. if you like. This podcast content comes up. Please share with a friend and see if they like. You do like it like it. If i like you. We share with a friend. More work is on the podcast. More people listen. I really do appreciate it next. I guess aparicio had do appreciate what a book and nine years old. I remember when i was nine years old. I didn't write in. The book should have put nine years old about her experience. During the pandemic we talked about writing the book how the process around the book and how a parents help preseason really positive attitude and really inspiring especially for younger kids her age she also fit some really interesting tip in kook tips about keeping your desk organized for online choice. Some the kiss. I'm going back yet from Go back to regular school and learning from online. So keeping kind of organiz. It's helpful tips because in a kids can really use help. She doesn't really funny. Started about a parent. Special her dad. You find more about that during the interview but both parents were very supportive of much. Does she has youtube channel. She writes a blog. Sure a book. She does podcast interviews. She go to school ship as a kid really positive role model kids her age also. It was fun to have my son as the co host. During this interview. he could ask patricia. Some questions in sean did a great job in patricia. In sean had a great conversation in person really information so let's jump right in walking on the podcast. I mean what the podcast thank you. Well it's interesting to you. Wrote a book about your experience from an annual respective and the pandemic because we hear about the adults all the time because we don't hear the child's perspective what product on the book. Well as a kids perspective is really unique. And yeah you're right. A lot of people look at a pants respective. So it's really important to look at a kid's perspective. I think all kids perspective is different. But in my book pandemic twenty twenty. It really shows my perspective a nine year old's perspective and chose the way i've you things in different situations. Sarah what what. How the book start you know. What what what does the idea came from. So i actually never outs write a book. But one day i was watching the news to see covid nineteen updates and just things. You normally look forward to seeing on the news then. I started writing no cards. 'cause i knew from that moment. This would be a story experience that i wanted to remember doing that. I decided right no cards. Those no cards turn into essays which were more detailed. They had what i would do in a daily basis Nineteen different things here. And there that i wanted to remember fucking by the lake and my mom suggested right above and then as a my dining table and thought about it. And then i got my computer and typing. So that's basically how the process so we're to question what question you have for the on precession. Forget it's okay. it's okay actually forget. Let's all right. that's all right. Well you can think about it. Forget that's all right. That's all right. Well one thing about how was the process an adult. That's hard to write a book. I mean coming from a nine year old. what what was the process. My book is on fiction vacation. Boats made Take more immagination more creativity but my book for me was really easy to write because there was really my thought process in my perspective in books i just kept typing typing taibbi. And i remember when i was typing. I thought one hundred years from now people are going to look back at this book and remember what pandemic was like pandemic twenty twenty. If a pandemic happens again they can look at this and j. kids respective and maybe help. Different perspectives and a falling pandemic was interesting to see. If you were mentioned maybe a parents showed you to. Fans flew into nine one thousand nine hundred spanish flu back then way back then and another before this one so you must have a lotta pictures of what it was like before the pandemic yes so before the pandemic i thought my life was totally busy. I always blocked. Didn't have a lot of time. But now i look at where i am right now and i'm so grateful for the life i had back then and that just reminds me to be grateful for whatever you have because changes are constant good changes that changes positive changes negative changes so Yeah just grateful and a good time. One thing is interesting too. I know from experience my son here sitting next to me one hundred question but he's remember my now you want to ask the question. How long did it take you to type up the book. It took me around twenty days. you can pick up twenty five. That's pretty good What do you think of that. But that's cool that's cool well. One of the experiences about going to the pandemic from your perspective obviously learning from home do from home from your mom and your dad. What was the experience view. Well honestly i obviously am everything changed. A virtual of the pandemic in the pandemic so school also change virtually and for me at the beginning. It was really hard. I'm not gonna lie. It was it was like how do i do this. How do i get into this. What classroom. But now. I've gotten better at it and so it's easier for me in that perspective. I did not get to me with my bends and not do many gatherings and that was the hardest part for me your during the pandemic countries as kids you play with your friends and need them and have a good time but in the pandemic it's slow down just a bit so i just did what i love to end kept me positive and in high energy well eating sugar and chocolate and now vaccines are coming out so we're causing fingers stay tight. So what are some things that you miss doing with your friends. In school i think interacting with them and socializing with them school. Technically was the same thing virtually and in person because it was just a way to learn but in a different point of view and a different way when you are in a in front of a computer and when you're in person is really different. So i think that was the biggest thing for me. What rain the book. What was kind of some of your. Was your parents really supportive about your writing the book a my mom came into nigeria. And that my dad thought it was a great idea. Yes they were really. Supportive in is just beat needed just ordinary ten year olds. I think that age is not a barrier and neither gender. You can accomplish many things as long as you work hard and do good. So yeah everything. Yeah thumbs up one thing you mentioned. Actually i know you have a youtube channel. I know you like math. And i have a question about that actually kind of curious and i know i saw you like dance and i saw the one with dad. How was that experience when the youtube channel. The video you dad. I tried that one. My dad loves to dance and so do i. So we came up with the idea to dance together. We my dad really enjoys big deal. I enjoy just pass. Go hit bob fusion girly style So i taught him a few movies and we combined together and it was really fun while it's interesting to about to the hip hop and dance and also video you during the pandemic during the time of everything you know. You can't go to the hairdresser. You can't get your haircut. I saw you cut your mom's hair. How did that go foia. Well let him while. I i like my. Here's my here's game long. Some like what is i. Cut it so i asked her. She was like no that near you know. And then i convinced her and i and i was so scared because i didn't want to ruin a actually turned out a good and so everybody had to do it. We're in the pandemic. Everybody has to do it and stuff like that. One thing about being Homeschool what are some of your routine. What kind of tips you can give kids. Who still going through it. Right now. And could be pretty hectic. Well i go to school or just virtually set wednesday homeschool virtual confused. So i will soon have an archie. It's in my book. So i would say heavy really comfortable and quiet space. Maybe our room ourself and joe move your areas. I'm because if you have a lot of siblings or a lot of family members they It gets really hard to talk. And then It's disturbing. So i have my own room in the house where i do my work and it's really nice in keeps me focused. I think having schedule because for me The the schedules are. They're always really hard for me to follow. And so keeping it to do what i wanna get done in the day and what i need to do and i need to go to just helps me sort things out so yeah those are few once trump. Can you talk anything. A question about being home-schooled like you with your mom at work. He'll play chess against insincere. Home schooled learning in so a great question. I have been playing chess for four years out during a half which technically rounds up to four or three whichever one you want to add I i always went to chess tournaments. And i went trophies in competed but since the pandemic i was not able to compete and chess. Men's but i do learn and does my dad at home so yeah too trusting to another thing. I was kind of curious about who was math. Math sean you. The math and i was wondering what is the math kangaroo. Or what does that. What is that. I was kind of curious. Competition is still. Competition is a national competition. Where kids compete. There's word problems and just mad big in things to solve and twenty one year. I did the math competition. And i got seventh and state for my h double and twenty first national league so yeah question when asked by anthony. Okay well you know what's interesting to he. Also you want award for the book and the Also to where the he's being with the proceeds go for the book. Yes so when. I read the book and published. I started getting book. Sales proceeds out of it and i was deciding where i wanted to put my proceeds so i thought well the book was about pandemic twenty and letting people touch to it in a kids perspective unique so i thought why. Don't wanna help people out if there is a good gesture and it also runs. My heart went on people. Smile so I decided i was going to devote my money into three parts. The biggest portion it was going to donations to the derek food. Bank and covid nineteen th organizations. A little part is going to the book opening just celebrating that because it was definitely a big deal for me and this smallest portion is going to my education funds and for my education funds. You know middle school college funds activities. I wanna participate in so yeah. But as i was saying Further donations till now. I have donated two thousand and fifty derek meals a dirtier food bank is donated and then five hundred dollars. The team kentucky governor andy. This year won't congratulations. That's very very very nice. Your parents mookie. So proud of you for that one. It's a nice thing you do. Donate the proceeds from the book it. You're amazing amazing ten-year-old nara. Think your mega very bright future ahead of you. One thing. I was curious. What's happening. What he what are you gonna read another book or your parents going to continue with youtube channel. What what's next changes are constant. And i'm learning new things every j and adding to myself Do to myself. I have a few of my inspirations and i miss them if you buy yeah okay. So my parents were civil. I always offer them. And they've shown me so much in life in i have to be so grateful for them I sir as i said a few times. I've mentioned i. Yeah because that's a big part of my life by Mothering dick shift and priyanka chopra. Priyanka job is a hollywood actress and She also acted in the bollywood industry and She's an artist. And i really the of her and then mother they should is a dancer and bollywood industry in is an artist and she also danced flawlessly. And i always look up to her. Other than that. I am come here is so Come on here's a vice. Miss kamala harris. She had a quote saying. I'm maybe the first but i won't be the last and that really hit me because it told me. Hey you're possible. New generations and new things are coming ahead and we're ready for the future and let the future come away which is actually on my book here. That's great that's awesome. It says this is one of those times except and bracelet. The future come our way so yeah from there so those are when my Biggest inspirations so yeah and dad to meet other than that i d meals. I'm skater and i'll beginning element you dad. But i'm happy to move on. I applied and got into mozambique mills here in louisville kentucky. And that's where i'll be coming. So that is a stem premium. School amnesty mazique middle school so thinking based on that i think engineer but as i said changes constant. I can't really say anything. Well that's what the fantastic. You have a bright future ahead of you wrapping a final thoughts. Anything you want to leave with kids give them about trying new things reaching out striving for better things in goals. I say to all those kids out there and even adults that we're the next generation and we should Serve a play full of love plus diversity and hard work and i think that's what will lead us to our best ability and our potential. You can get my book. Pandemic twenty twenty on my website www dot com that created or. You can go to get to amazon in. Give my book. Because as i said these book. Sales are going to donations so Every book that's me paris. Just it's helping me and those donations How people need so that the way Yeah but other than that stay positive and yet good luck baby aparicio being on the podcast and i really do appreciate it sean. You ain't final thoughts wanna ask a question. Say bye. Thank you appreciate. Thank you and i really appreciate time. Thank you thank you so much wrapping up this episode. I wanna thank you for listening. I want to thank her. Hairdo from being guest on the podcast. You can find more about her over appreciate her new dot com also wanna think of parents. There have been inspiration to really show how it is to be supportive of their kids or kid and and and help them live their dream. That's it's important. You come on to the show for the show over. No city on the sideline dot com slash one zero seven. Hey please comment say hello or just say. Hey i'm doing okay. Whatever you wanna say. I'd like to hear what you have to say about this episode or in the talk about. I see what you're doing. And how this pandemic on this part of the pandemic of a year ago it was pretty amazing how it goes down nounce. Everything seems to be opening up this time. It's been challenged for all of us. We need to check him the children because we're so busy trying to figure out. Make sure things you know like toilet paper last year or paid house. Take time a listen because they really need us. More than ever during the moment are widespread of challenges for disruptions in stress during the pandemic deposed children and a lot of men to house though because it's stressful stressful time. And i think it's really important to take time and listen. I wanna thank risher. Her dad i've been on the podcast. Oh her dad's putting her in person me on the podcast also really important to me because you know i wanted to support my son. I want him. He did a great job. The first time doing an interview and helping down the podcast. I'm really proud of him while. Thank you for listening until next time. 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Persecution, 3-31-2021

Unfolding Truth with Chris Barhorst

1:00:07 hr | 7 months ago

Persecution, 3-31-2021

"This is from effortless change. Which incidentally andrew teaching on the gospel truth broadcasting encourage you to catch that excellent excellent teaching and This lesson is less than fourteen. It's entitled Persecution in the persecution that comes for the word sake as the as the parable teaches. And we'll discuss that. I just wanna say pete. Mercer taught an excellent bible. Study last night We did not get it on camera but so he's an up and coming rockstar. For jesus so. I just appreciate him a lot so anyhow this message. Persecution lesson fourteen from effortless chain. Let's pray father we love you. We praise you glorify. Thank you for your son. Jesus jesus we adore you hear our covenant with god the shirt and the guarantee of that better covenant because of your shed blood and holy spirit. We welcome you to do what you do to guide us into all truth to reveal. Jesus christ in him crucified to us. What that all means. And how how we can walk in that. Lord and then you you holy spirit in you enforce that covenant lord we thank you for it we thank you father god for relationship with you in jesus name now. This isn't always a fun. Subject to think about persecution but the scriptures very clear in second timothy chapter three verse twelve says all who will have godly in christ. Jesus xiao suffer persecution. Well that's not on my refrigerator. i guarantee you But but it's a reality and it's true that if you're if you're not living godly. According to what god calls godly and you won't be persecuted in other words. If you're flow with the devil you won't run into him so speak because you'll run into the negative things of this world but ultimately you're flow with him and when when you go god's way you're going contrary to the way of this system in in the bible says in second corinthians four four that satan is the god of this world or the god of this age a on in greek and the system and i John chapter five verse. Nineteen it says. The whole world lies in wickedness literally in the lap of the wicked one. First part of that versus. We know that we are of god and the whole world lies in wickedness. When you're of god or out of god you're truly born again and you're going god's way that's where we're persecution and opposition comes but it doesn't come because you're so great it comes because of the word of god in you. The enemy does not fear. The written word of god which reveals jesus the living word of god. He doesn't he's not afraid of it when it's in a book just in god's book but when when this starts getting on the inside of you that's what that's his fear and so we're we're talking about effortless change and the word is the seed and that the we're going to see that persecution comes because of the word the enemy the liar does not want the word of god sewn in our hearts amen. So let's get started. God's word is never the variable. It has the same potential in every single person. God's word is never the variable and has the potential what made the word produced differently in the parable. The sewer wasn't the seat itself but the type of soil it was it found itself in. That's why you can. You can preach a message and people some people be really blessed and they're on the edge of their seat and then other people fallen asleep and and they could care less. It's not they're both here in the same thing. But what is the difference. It's the condition of a person's heart and this is one of the things i've discovered in my christian walk. I love to be around people that really love the lord and they're really relationship with god because even though they're not perfect none of us are you know we're all in various stages of growth. They love god their hearts after the lord and that's where we connect amen but you know others. It's a choice. It's up to us whatever we treasure. That's the direction of our heart. And i was thinking today about a covid covetousness being idolatry inefficient five five in colossians. Three five and i was thinking about how how so much. Actually it started. When i was reading about in joshua chapter seven about how when the children of israel were defeated by a little called. Ai right after they had defeated powerful foe in jericho in joshua chapter six and they were defeated because a man by the name of aken he took the curse thing in other words and it affected the whole nation and the bible says he hid that thing among his stuff and i thought that was amazing. Because that's what we do A lot of people say man. I'm in love with the lord. I'm in love with him. But as i've shared before out a second timothy chapter three around versus four and five. It says they're lovers of pleasures more than lovers of god and it does. It's not listen. They have a form of godliness. They but they love pleasure more than they love. God in other words. It's not that they don't love god. They love pleasure. More and god defines hate as to renounce one choice in favor of another. It's not just active aggression as as we define hate but it could be or an act of rejection that type of the i. It's it's a choice. It's it's valuing one one above another and then so god does god's gives us richly all things to enjoy and as i've often said he doesn't care that we have things he cares that things have us and that's the difference in these are heart issues and that's what the parable the sewer is all about. Amen so we're going to get into that. And i'm excited about it. All right okay. It's god's words never the variable. It can produce the same. In every single person's life what made the word produced differently and the parable. The sewer wasn't the seed. Which is the word of god but rather the type of soil or the type of heart it found itself in in other words when we receive the word of god a farmer he what does he do does feel he till's it. He cultivates it. He keeps the weeds out all those types of things. That's what we do. The scene will produce. But for example it says in the parable the source that the cares of this world that's the thing zaidi's of life the deceitfulness of riches and the list of other things can choke or suffocate. The word it doesn't mean that this person this person openly rejects god but it means that the word of god becomes unproductive in their life. If you read in second. Peter chapter one versus five on down the first four versus talk about you know partake of his divine nature. These awesome things you then you get into verse five on down and it says and besides this giving all diligence speed haste exerting effort add these things to your faith these at seven things to your faith and your faith virtue to virtue knowledge to knowledge. Temperance or self control temperance patients or endurance to endurance brotherly kindness the brotherly kindness the love of god and it goes on and says if these seven attributes their seven there. If these things are in you inobound they make you that. You're neither baron. Nor unfruitful in the knowledge of our lord. Jesus christ you realize that you and i if we don't Cultivate the field our heart. The word is pure. The word will produce. The seed of god's word will produce it will choke and suffocate. This word that's why it says. Add those seven things to your faith because because if you do you will not be barren or unfruitful and the knowledge of our lord. Jesus christ you can have the best teaching the best knowledge. And if you don't guard your heart that can it will not produce your life amen. We don't want to be baron nor and fruitful and the knowledge of our lord. Jesus christ anyhow moving right along this parable the parable. The sewer illustrates four different types of hearts it reveals that there's really only one type of response that will allow the seed of god's word to produce its fruit and even that heart there were varying degrees of of fruit being produced thirty sixty and one hundred fold but it was only one type of heart of the four listed that that allowed the seed of god's word to produce amen. Let's let's continue looking at the second type of person who heard the word we do. This in mark chapter four versus sixteen and seventeen mark chapter four versus sixteen and seventeen. We're looking at it in mark's account it is also in matthew thirteen and luke chapter eight but in mark chapter four versus sixteen and seventeen or look at the second type and these are they likewise which are sewn on stony ground. Who when they heard the word immediately receive it with gladness and have no root in themselves and so endure but for time afterwards watch this when affliction or persecution arises for the word sake immediately. They are offended. wow notice. They received the word. They're excited about the word. There pumped about the word i have seen. I've seen this so many times in my christian walk where people receive the word. They're excited they're pumped up about a particular message and then as time goes sometimes. The persecution is just like hope deferred which makes hearts hope delayed proverbs. Thirteen twelve making the heart sick and then and then after a while. It's just you know because it's not based in the fire of word and god's word and it's not getting route in their heart The fire doesn't get in their heart. They after a while. they're offended and they they just. it's not that they openly renounce christ. It's just that they don't bring any fruit to fruition. That make any sense all right but look at this. It says they hear the word versus sixteen and seventeen mark chapter four. It says they receive it with gladness. They're excited they're popped but they have no root in themselves. This is a big deal. The word of god musket root in my heart. I cannot live it. Must it says they have no root in themselves. Here's another point. I cannot live on another man or woman's revelation of the word of god. We all have people that we admire. We'll have bible teachers that we love and that's wonderful but i cannot live on their revelation. It has to become mine. For example i love andrew. Amac we all know that. But and i love his revelation of healing things. I listened to that. I know is a revelation him and that's got to be my revelation for example. I don't get sick. that's what enders says. Well i'm learning that. I don't get sick. I say god if you are no respect for persons and if that's available to him it's available to me but see. It's got to become my revelation. My heart has to be assured. I it has to be rooted in me. I can have all the correct information in my head. I can it. I can speak but if it does become rooted in my heart. Listen there's no condemnation that's the big thing you and i must receive. In any truth we receive. There is no condemnation. If you're in. Christ jesus and if you are that means you just keep going you just keep pushing forward amen. But it's a it's not allowing these things to choke the word in your heart but now watch this. We're gonna talk about the persecution that comes to steal the word. It doesn't become because of your personality. It comes to steal the word. I just did a post on facebook a little bit ago and it says god doesn't exalt people some people say. Oh yeah he does well yeah he does but not directly. God's exultation is when you exalt his word when you exalt his word you go along for the ride and in that sense got exalts people but it's the word that's what the enemy fears. The word of god. Jesus is the living word. The written word is revealed in the bible but the more revelation we get the more we're able to teach others and help others and and fulfill our purpose on this planet that god created us for the. That's what the enemy fears. Because that's what's going to do damage to the kingdom of darkness but it says they have no rooting themselves so they endure for time and then they go for a while afterward. One affliction or persecution arises for the word sake immediately. They are offended. The word offended here doesn't mean they quit believing or renounce the word it means they back off the word they back off the word they're not pumped about the things they were. I gotta stop here and just plug for the holy ghost. This is why. I'm so adamant on being born again. And after that being baptized in the holy ghost and fire matthew. Three eleven luke. three sixteen. It's baptized in the holy ghost and fire. I know people said the baptism and fires something separate. I don't see that in scripture the baptist the fire of god is in the holy spirit amen. The bible says in hebrews chapter twelve versus twenty eight and twenty nine. We receiving kingdom present tense in english and in the greek. We're receiving wait a minute. I thought jesus gave me the kingdom luke. Twelve thirty two fear little flock at your father's good pleasure to give you the kingdom words of jesus right but in hebrews twelve twenty eight. It says it says but we receiving a kingdom which cannot be moved. I've received it. But i'm receiving this. Don't make any sense. we sit. Does i received in my spirit. I've got it it's mine. It's like having an inheritance in the bank. it's yours but if you never make a withdrawal it doesn't do you any good right amen. So i'm receiving a key i've already received. It's like you are saved. you're being saved and ultimately you will be saved. What does that mean. If you're born again you're saved in the sense that you're his property but if you're renewing your mind you're in the process of allowing that salvation to be worked out through your cilicia round and ultimately we will be saved in the sense that we will receive a glorified body amen. That's in the future. So my point is i'm receiving a kingdom which cannot be moved and it goes on to say let us have grace whereby we may serve god acceptably with reverence and godly fear. Look at this. Next verse verse. Twenty nine of hebrews twelve. It says the last person that chapter says for our god is a consuming fire. What does he consume well. He consumes fear. He concerns consumes the negative thing. He consumes all the things that are not of him. But it's also. I believe the fire of got fires powerful in the sense that it lights the way you know. There was a pillar of cloud in the old testament by day a pillar fire by night and cloud by dana pillar fire by night but it also lights the way it warms. You keeps you warm. There's all kinds of so the fire. God is necessary. And i believe it's over in. I want to say leviticus chapter six. Where talks about how in versus ten eleven around there and talks about how in the old testament. God lit a fire. They had to keep it burning. If you're warning if you're bap born again baptized in the holy spirit immersed in the holy ghost and fire. God has lit a fire on the inside of you. And you you keep that fire burning when you pray in the spirit now. This is a controversy in the body of christ. Not be because the word. Of god's very clear but i wanna tell you if you use that on a consistent basis if you pray in the holy ghost which just praying and tongues private tongues for spiritual edification if you do that on a consistent basis. He guide june to the word. You're staying in the word you stay built up. I can honestly tell you after. All these thirty six or seven uninsured. How many years. I've been saved december eighty four. You do the math. And and i can tell you shortly thereafter. I received the baptism in the holy ghost and fire and to this all of my mistakes all of my ignorance. All of my thinking that i knew more than i did all that stuff. God is faithful and the holy ghost is faithful when you pray in the spirit. You are praying mysteries secret. The secret councils of almighty god and it's powerful and he'll keep that fire burning on the inside of you. sometimes. I look and i think i don't even know how still alive. How did you do this with all the you know. Ding dong of my life. Well it's because of the holy ghost he is the one that guide you into all truth. Amen so he can do that without praying in private tongues. Yeah not as see. The problem is our brain. Our brain thinks it knows more than it does. That's why he took that language away from our brain. Why because death and life the power of the tongue so on the day. The birthday of church. The day of pentecost what happened he gave them tons of who coincidentally fire cloven or divided tongues of fire. Y remember the animals and the old testament. They had be divided hoof. The god's saying you can put this in your mouth. isn't that awesome but see i don't. I'm on this. This is for somebody. This is for us all but if we stay in the fire of god that is a choice that you and i can make. And he gave us a lengths but he took that away from us. I was thinking of proverbs. Eighteen twenty one. This couple days ago but i was meditating. Verse twenty the verse before a man's belly stomach shall be satisfied with the fruit of his mouth and with the increase of his lips. Shall he be filled. The next verse. Death and life are in the power of the tongue not in the power of the lord. It's his power that does good on our behalf for sure but it's in the authority of our tongue and they love it. They understand the power of their words shall be satisfied. They love it. Show eat the fruit of amen. Think about that. On the day of pentecost the lord went for that the tongue that little member he man. The bible says no main containment james chapter three. The holy ghosts can do it though. No man can but the holy ghost can do it as you yield yourself to him and pray in the spirit you will stay built up on your most holy faith and you will stay in the boundaries. Just keep yourself in the boundaries. Where the love of god can reach and bless you. that's one translation jude verse. Twenty and twenty one. There's only one chapter and then that was good all right so the word offended people back off the word you need to recognize that satan doesn't have to make you totally disavow your faith in the word if this is this boy this one. We're going to camp for just a little bit. I gotta watch the time if he can get you and i through lies. That's all he has where you're cautious and afraid to speak then you're hurt and offended and now you aren't enthusiastic the way you used to be. Think about that if the enemy can somehow 'cause you and i to be cautious and afraid to speak up why because we've experienced setbacks. I know i've dealt with this. Where all i don't wanna saying i believe in. I've i believe in healing. But i just don't wanna i don't wanna say by his stripes on he'll to too many people because what if it don't work and a hefty you. It's up to him. it's already worked through. Jesus that's why i'm sitting there. I'm going around now. I'm saying surely heath bore my griefs are sickness and he carried my sorrows or pains both medical mental and physical yet. We did esteem him stricken smitten of flip but he was wounded for our transgressions bruised for our neck with these. The chastisement of or four piece was laid upon him and by his stripes. We are healed. Isaiah fifty three four and five. That is awesome stuff. But you know there's a temptation to back off your confession to back off your proclamation of the word and i'm gonna get into that. The bible says that a wholesome tongue is a tree of life. Wholesome tongue is a tree of life but a breach there in in the tongue. A breach there in perverseness there. And i'm sorry a breach there in his pervert. I'm gonna do this. I want to make sure. I think i'm butchering it. Proverbs fifteen four. A wholesome tonga's tree of life but perverseness. There is in as they breach in the spirit. That's what it says but perverseness in the tongue is a breach or break from the spirit. Whether so much there the word. Wholesome is the hebrew word mar pay and it means. He'll tongue health healing. That's what it means. So he'll tongue or a wholesome tongue as a tree of life but perverseness in the tongue is a breach in the spirit. That word mar pay as used in also used in proverbs. Fourteen thirty where it says a sound heart of mar pay heart. A whole healthy. Healed heart is the life of the flesh. But envy the rottenness of the spirit. I think is how it says it all but but hard is the life of the flesh. A sound heart is the life of the flesh. Want to make sure i did that. One right hallelujah. glory. I sound heart. Yes but mba's the rottenest of the bones that's what it says a sound heart once again. It's that hebrew word mar is is healed heart and it's the same word. Choose for your tongue. And i think of proverbs seventeen twenty where it talks about a perverse in the heart of twist. The light and that this person finds no good. Then it connects it to your tongue so they go together. Amen all right but but once again if you if he can get us to be cautious and afraid to speak see. The promises of god our voice activated and what happens with an offended heart at something that didn't work out the way we were believing for etc. Then people say why believe it. I just don't talk about it. How many times have heard people say well at our church. We believe in in in the baptism in the spirit. We believe that you can pray in tons. We just don't talk about it. You know why because it's offensive to some people it doesn't matter we purposely try to offend people but if the word offend you i can't help that and i'm not gonna pacify. Somebody's unbeliev by backing off the truth of god's word that's not helping them that's hurting them. Why don't wanna turn people off. People are already off. We need to turn them on. Amen all right moving right along the so the bible. And here's another plug for the holy spirit proverbs fifteen thirteen enemy attacks our hope because if he gets our hope faith has nothing gives substance to but proverbs fifteen thirteen says now the god of hope fill you with all joy and peace and believing that you may abound in hope through the power of the holy ghost the holy spirit of god is the one that causes us to abound in hope and when we abound and help faith has much to give substance to glory to god but the enemy wants you to back off of your confession and i want to show you this. I'm going to give you some words here. This is so good. I'm debating on where to start because it's also good. Let me just start with f. I john chapter four verse seventeen. There's like thirty one times. That this greek word parisa is found in throughout the new testament. And i just this. I am so pumped about this word and have been for a while but it just keeps getting more pumps. You know what that is. That's the holy ghost. That's the holy ghost stirring it up the more. It's the revelation it's like onions. The layers are being. Peel back. And i see more and more and more how powerful this word is. It's translated boldness. It's translated confidence. We're going to see that. I'm just going to give you some of the words. Were this word is used the point. Being the enemy wants to offended heart. He wants you to back off of your confession. He wants you to back off of your declaration of the truth of god's word yes believe it. Just don't talk about it. Well we're gonna talk. We're going to see how it's the opposite. The way god thinks and i'm going to go with what he thinks. But look at this. I john chapter four verse seventeen and very familiar verse and it says here in our love made perfect. The that's the old king james but what it's talking about is our love. The love of god in comes to maturity. That's what he's saying. Here's what it looks like. When god's love mature nests that we may have boldness in the day of judgement because as he is so we in this world. now. I've said this before. I do not believe this is talking about the future judgment. The bay seat for believers the great white throne judgment for unbelievers. It's because it talks about as he is so are we in this world. I believe it's talking about when judgment. Jesus for examples been judged for our sins. Jesus has been judged for sickness when these things come at us and they're trying to say well you know it's the you know you get you deserve this. You deserve this. You gave the enemy authority. You don't give the enemy authority. You can give him place but you cannot give him authority. He has no authority. Jesus completely stripped him of his authority. But you can give in place for wars of that but it says we. God wants us to have boldness in the day of judgement because as he is so. Are we in this world. That's who we are in the spirit. He has joined under. The lord is one spirit. First corinthians six seventeen but the boldness that we have is talking about in the day of judgement when something comes at us in this life that jesus has been judge for. Let's just pick a simple one like depression when depression and all that comes at you for what jesus has been judged for. You can declare that. God's peace rules and rains in my life you can declare that i have the joy of the lord. You can declare those things. Because of what jesus has done. You can have boldness in the day of judgment now. Here's what i want you to see. The word boldness here. This is so powerful. I mean this is from there's lexicon alexa conscious too. Fancy word for dictionary. It means freedom and speaking. That's the boldness. He's talking about the free. It's a belief that speaks up. Now watch this. It's freedom in speaking. Its unreserved nece in speech. This is what parisi a means. I can have boldness which means unreserved nece in speech when sickness comes at me that jesus has been judged for i can begin to declare that by his stripes. I am healed. That's what the word of god says. I can go to deuteronomy twenty eight. And i can look at all the curses for burst. Fifteen divers sixty eight the end of the chapter and those have been reversed because of jesus. Perfect obedience. I can claim the blessings of god that everything that was curse has been turned around because of what jesus has done but see the enemy wanted to back off of that confession. Don't be so radical people are going to call you a fanatic. They're going to call you names. The bible says wearing they think it's strange that you run not with them to the same excess of riot. Go their way the party lifestyle speaking evil. That's first peter four four but look at this so that the word boldness here and we're going to look at it in a couple of the versus. It means of speech. It means. okay it means frankly without concealment and means free and fearless confidence that means assurance it means without the use of figures and comparisons in other words. This is for me. And i declare boldly that the promises of god work on my behalf. Amen the enemy wants you to back off of that. Oh you zealous it but what happened is somebody rolled their eyes or they they came against. You didn't work out like you thought it would would should or whatever and so you back off. Persecution comes to steal the word out of your heart and to get you to stop talking faith because we talk the walk. We walk the talk and talk the walk amen but look at this same share the same word. Go over to first john five next chapter. I'll show again. It's many many places. I wrote down several but it's thirty one times in the new testament. It says while of these things verse fourteen and i john chapter five and notice what it says it says in. This is the confidence we have in him. A word confidence. You could literally say. This is the boldness same. greek word. parisa. This is the freedom we have in speaking. This is the unreserved nece in speech. This is being able to speak openly and frankly this is the confidence that we have in him not in myself but in him watch this. I'm in him. He's in me that if we ask anything according to his will he hears us i fifteen and if we know that he hears this whatsoever we asked we know that we have the petitions that we desired of him. I think of what jesus said in john fourteen fourteen. If you ask anything in my name i will do it. See we back off that well. I tried that wants and it didn't work out. Well if it was according to his will which is his word. i mean. listen this this is why you got to spend time with god to allow him to have faith in your spirit that allow him do a part that faith in your particular situation you cannot believe god without having a relationship with him. That's why the holy spirit's called the helper not the doer. Hey man we have to cooperate to walk together except they be in agreement. It says the name is three three. That's just an awesome word. But i'm gonna give you a few more places that this word is found in. The new kai there so many sometimes it's translated to speak boldly and john seven twenty six. It's translated openly and mark. Eight thirty two and john seven thirteen All managed just. There's just so many play. I'm not gonna give you all of them because we would be here for a long time but i am going to show you boy. There's let's just jump over to give it to you. As you're jumping go onto hebrews chapter ten verse nineteen but in hebrews chapter four verse sixteen it says let us come boldly under the throne of grace that we may obtain mercy and find grace to help in our time of need one it says. Let us come boldly. That's this same. Greek word aparicio's let us come freely speaking. Let us come unreserved. Our speech let us come openly. Frankly let us speak. Boldly we let us come boldly under the throne of grace that we may obtain mercy and find grace to help in our time of glory. Be to god look at hebrews. Chapter ten verse. Nineteen we're going to see this again. Having therefore brethren boldness to enter into the holiest by the blood of jesus once again having bonus to enter into the holiest relationship with god intimacy with god having freedom in speaking bonus unreserved nissim speech. Amen a speech. That that's bold. It speaks up because it's confident in what jesus has done. But i don't feel that well listen. The enemy wants you to back off of your confession. Look at this one. Hebrews chapter ten and look at verse thirty five cast not away for cast away there for your confidence which has great recompense award. And if you read the context. It's talking about persecution. Things people were going through their goods being destroyed. All this stuff and it says we have confidence. We have boldness. We have freedom in speaking. We have unreservedly mrs speech. We're able to speak boldly and frankly and he says don't cast that away. That's what the enemy wants you to do. See that's what it says when when it talks about the word Persecution comes for the word sake and people don't have any route in that stuff that's why they back off of their words back off of their confession. They back off of the boldness in their confession. Because things haven't happened the way they thought they should and they don't want anybody to roll their eyes or laugh at them or to talk about a or make fun of them and he saying right. Here don't back off of that amen. One more maybe. I'm gonna say maybe just in case i want to do more but look at this one. Here's this same we're fijian's chapter three verse twelve. It is like i said thirty one times in the new testament. And it's it's an awesome awesome word. habre's what i say. Chapter three verse. Twelve says talking about I'll just start with i. Ten to the intent that now under the principalities powers in heavenly places might be known by the church the manifold or multifaceted wisdom of god. I think it was the greek scholar. Kenneth waste i think he says that literally every Saint every christian is is a professor in principalities and powers are are viewing this like their students of god's wisdom manifesting through earthen vessels like you and i who florida gone but verse eleven according according to the eternal purpose which he purposed in christ jesus our lord now look at first twelve in whom we have boldness and access with confidence by the faith of him. We have the boldness and access with confidence or a faith that speaks up. We have this boldness this faith that speaks up this unreserved us in in a speech because of what christ has done and you watch sometimes people they go to witness they go to share their faith and because somebody rejects them. And i've had that most people least haven't but there there are people that i remember years ago. Being at the mardi gras with a ministry down there ministering in going down on bourbon street in passing out tracks and talking to people about jesus and all these different things. And and i remember i had one religion is a drag one track and i walked up the guy and he looked at it like this he goes. What does that say i says. Well i started explained to him so he spit on the track and stuck it on my chest now. That didn't feel good. I didn't like it. You know it's been a long time ago but you know stuff like that can happen so what. I'm not going to witness again. Because i i don't want that to happen. See and even a lot of times. And i'm saying this this is why paul said pray for me. Let me show it to you. Same greek word if asian six relieves right into this diffusion chapter six. Oh i love this. Don't you love this fijian's chapter six. Look at this. oh my word. Oh my word i'm gonna start with eighteen. He had just got done talking about the armor of god which i believe is prayer armor. But that's another subject. But in verse. Eighteen says praying always with all prayer and supplication in the spirit and watching their and two with all perseverance and supplication. For all saints. Watch this and for me praying for me. That utterance may be given unto me. That i may open my mouth boldly to make no the mystery of the gospel and a lot of times. We back off our witness we witness anymore because of rejection or because somebody said so. Maybe somebody said something. We couldn't answer when you know what i've discovered that when someone challenges my faith in in areas or they they say something that maybe i'm not seeing you know what it does to me. He causes me to go into the word and solidify either solidify what i believe. Change what i believe. Because here's what i know about truth if you're if you're hearing the truth you're not afraid of people that question it because if you're really released seeking truth now i agree. If you're non established in the truth. People people are talked out of things because of they listen to the wrong people. They listen to people that are critical of other people instead of listening to the word of god and it many times it masquerades as apologetic. It's not politics. It's demonized in its origin. And it's designed to get you. Look away from jesus and at somebody else that you disagree with. You need to recognize their but not major on it. That's not politics. How do you know been there done that. Got the shirt through the way. I've done it man. I'm telling you this. For example i've studied mormons jehovah's witnesses the all those different doctrines and even doctrines in the body of christ. And i'm telling you the enemy doesn't care what you and i look at it as long as it's jesus christ in him crucified you need to recognize their by focusing on truth. If you focus on truth you'll recognize. They're just like when people learning to recognize counterfeit currency or money. What do they do. They become so familiar with the genuine. As soon as they touch a counterfeit. They know it and look at that. It's snowing out there. George wow here. We are april first. And that's not an april fools joke. It's snowing out here in west central ohio. Praise the lord. I'm looking at here thinking. Glory god all right praises. Holy name all right. So why if the devil can get you in that mode where you're cautious and afraid to speak. He can stop the word of god from working in your life. Why because the promises are voice activated. Jump down here to psalm. Ninety one very familiar song powerful song look at it. He dwells in the secret. Place of the most high shall by under the shadow of the almighty verse. One verse says. I will say of the lord. He is my refuge. And my fortress and my god and him will i trust and we camp here but there's people they read the some well. I know some ninety one says this. No play she'll come down my dwelling and all those other things but it doesn't seem to be working for me but are you saying it. I will say in. The lord is my refuge. My refuge personal and my fortress my god in whom i will trust when you understand covenant you understand. He's my god anybody can say he's god because he is but only a born again child of god say he's my god. Anybody can say my wife. Jennifer is a wife. But only i can say she's my wife because we're in covenant together. Amen alright glory be to god that some been dealing with me about the power of my words sometimes you have to take time and and just begin to quote the word and let me tell you something. Speaking god's word is praise and worship you speak in thanksgiving and praise and adoration. And i've heard people say all that's new age. That's chanting that's a macho. Don't get me started. Listen jesus warned about vein. Repetition not repetition the elders in revelation. Chapter four there around the throne the living creatures the elders and they're constantly saying holy holy holy lord god almighty which was and is and is to come that because it's exploding out of them. How many know that's repetition but it is absolutely not vain repetition. There's a difference see enemies counterfeiter. He's not an originator or a creator alleluia. Okay look at this mandy chapter. Four a verse. Excuse me mark. Four seventeen really ministered to me when i saw that afflictions and persecution comes. Come for the words sake see. This is where people miss it. They think all they're coming at me because they don't like me it's not about you. They don't like the word of god coming out of you. Are you hearing me. That's what they don't like. Because the convicts them many times even professing believers of their complacency. I'll do you just keep standing on the word may also they don't come because they persecution doesn't come because of you or me personally. It's because of the word it starts pressuring and motivating them to change. The word of god innis can motivate people to change and people that don't want to change. Don't like that amen. And watch this john three and look this one verse hold on. I'll get it here. The so good john three sixteen so great most familiar versus scripture. But it's awesome. I'm just gonna start with verse. Seventeen for god's not son into the world to condemn the world but that the world through him might be saved. That was the purpose he that believe on him is not condemned but he that believe with not as condemned already because he hath not believed in the name of the only begotten son of god and this is the condemnation i nineteen that lightest come into the world and and men loved darkness rather than light because their deeds were evil for everyone that do with evil. Hate the light in either. Come to the light lest is should be reproved but he that doeth truth come to the light that is deeds may be made manifest that they are brought in god. The bible talks in romans. Nine thirty one and thirty three about that stumbling block being jesus and jesus said in matt excuse me mathew chapter eleven he. I'll just go there. Matthew eleven because i wanna i'll read it to you and i'll look versus four through six. He says and jesus answered instead of them. Go and show john again. Those things which you do here and see john had said to his disciples john's imprison etc and he said to his disciples to see who he was in. So jesus referred john back to the scriptures about here it is. The blind received their sight. The lame walk. Lepers are cleansed. The deaf hear the dead are raised in the poor of the gospel preach to them. I believe that's from isaiah forty two. And here's i'm after verse. Six and blessed us he sou- so ever shall not be offended me. See people don't stumble many times. At god they stumble at the only way to god is through jesus because everyone wants think well. I'm a pretty good person. I'm this and i'm that but who wants to be the best center. Ever went to hell right. We all need. Jesus that's why. I tell people all the time when we got a teaching on this and and be doing it again soon is that spirit is a spirit of anti christ. It's not anti-god the spirit of anti christ is often pro god but anti christ. It's talk about god but don't talk about the only way to god is through. Jesus the way the truth and the life john fourteen. Six noman comes to the father but by him. That's what offends people. Because you're saying you're saying. I'm not good enough. None of us are. That's why he gave the law to show us that. We needed a savior. Remember that jesus said in luke sixteen. I believe it's i fifteen. He said to these religious folks pharisee said you are they who justify yourselves among men but god knows your heart for that which is highly esteemed among men is an abomination than inside of the lord. What is highly esteemed among men self justification. People run for political office and they gotta show people how good they are put on the front many times. I'm not saying everyone. But i'm saying listen. We're all a mess without jesus and that is offensive to people. That's why people stumble at jesus romans nine talks about him being a stumbling block. Why because people want to think they're justified by the law whether it's mosaic or sign antic law are just the law will. I'm a good person that's why people become self righteous and they look down on other people luke. Eighteen versus nine hundred fourteen talks about a fair scene of public publican. Both of them went to pray and the fare. See the bible. Says he prayed fuss with himself. He prayed with regard to himself. The greek says and he despised other people self righteous. People think it's about them. He started bragging about all the things he did. The religious things giving is fasting all those things which in the right place right. But if you're putting your faith in them the wrong they're dead works but he says he despised other people and he despise the publican he says the lord i thank you that i'm not like other people. I think it's amazing. When the bible says he prayed with regard to himself toward himself. I think the devil said i'm out of here. I can't this guys. I don't need to help him be more self righteous. This is what happens. This is what the enemy does before. You're a christian. He'll say you're good enough. You're good enough. You're a good person after you become born again. You can't do nothing right because he wants you to focus on you instead of jesus. That's the spirit of anti christ. The spirit of any crisis often religious and pro. God got a whole thing on that. The two faces of anti christ one of them outside the body of christ and one of them inside the body of christ the one outside the body of christ is actively oppose to faith in christianity you see it in political arenas the one inside the body of christ comes not actively against anti and that sets it comes in the state of or in the place of christ. That's why legalism is any kreis. Narcissism is danny christ. The false grace message. That says that turns grayson. The lasciviousness is anti christ and we could go on and on but it comes in the place of christ and it's not him all right so oftentimes watch the persecution. For the word's sake May not be understood We may not mentally be able to separate understand it but that is really what's happening people. Think that it that it's you they're upset with and it's an issue. They're criticizing but what they're really doing is criticizing god's word coming through this is why asian six twelve says for we wrestle not against flesh and blood. Why did it say that because that is the temptation is one flesh and blood People come against us. We were tempted to think it's them. It's not them. It's what's behind them. Even christians jesus had a thief among his own ranks. Judas iscariot. I realized they weren't born again. That was before the cross but they were disciples that you know for that period so it comes in that in that way as not wrestling against flesh and blood but against principalities against powers against the rulers of the darkness of this world and spiritual wickedness in high places. I've often wondered. Why does he have to say that. You're not wrestling against flesh and blood. Because that's the temptation is for you. And i do think that man. It's people that are the problem. It's what's behind people they man we need to recognize that the enemy loves it and he does this in churches and families and marriages if he can get you to think that that person is your enemy. He's got a house. Divided against itself cannot stand. Look at america. you know what the devils doing. he's just trying to get. people divided. listen. I don't care what color your skin is. I care about the condition of your heart. The enemy wants us to be divided over pigmentation skin. I could care less. God doesn't care. Racism is evil in all of its ugly forms and exist everywhere if you make it about race. That's what racism is to me. It's not about race. it's about grace. Florida gone so about jesus. When jesus spoke caused the revival or a riot this is this happens when you truly exalt gotten word many places. Excuse me and even churches many times it becomes more about cultural acceptance than it does about the word of god it becomes noise nichols a numbers kind of thing. It becomes like trying to get people. It's just about the number of people we did. We use that as the gauge for success. No that's not what it's about. There's there was a movement that i don't know if they use the term anymore. Not but it was called seeker sensitive. We need to be son sensitive. We need to focus on the truth and the truth will offend some people. I'm just going to tell you the truth. We're gonna we're gonna see that here in a minute. I gotta fly. We're just about out of time. It's naive and incorrect for us to think that if we just walk in love everybody will love us. I used to think. According to the scriptures in john chapter twelve. I used to think man. All you gotta do is lift up. Jesus all mental vo. Come running i used to think. That's what this verse was talking about. But it's not talking about that. You've you've all heard it. If i be lifted up i will draw all men unto me. Let's look at it. John and these are the words of jesus. now now is the judgment of this world. John twelve thirty one now is show. The prince of this world be cast out. He's talking about what he's getting ready to do at the cross that that moment is here and it says it says verse thirty two and if i be lifted up from the earth i will draw all men unto me. The word men is a. Tally is not in the greek. He's talking about the judgment that we deserve. Jesus took that judgment great vine of the earth revelation fourteen was cast into to the wine. Press of god's wrath and he took that judgment now if we don't accept him that wrath still abides on us john three thirty six amen because all the judgment i deserved was put on him. That's why sam. Chapter two verse. Twelve says blessed. Excuse me kiss the sun. Less he be angry and you perish in the way when his wrath this kindled blessed are all day that put their trust in him. People are going to go to hell. Not because of what they do or don't do but because of whether their faith was in him or in themselves. Do you believe there's degrees of punishment in hell. I believe hell's going to be terrible no matter where you're at but i absolutely do just like there's degrees of reward in heaven and it's based on what you did with the unbeliev not born again. How far they went just like rewards in heaven are based on what you did with the new birth and the power of god that was placed in you the same power that raised christ from the dead. According decisions one is in you. And i is born and children of god. What am i doing with my using it. That's what we're awards are based on and you don't wanna lose your reward. second john. i believe it's versi amen. Don't have time to go there. But jesus said if i be lifted up from the earth i will draw. What is the all. i believe. It's the judgment that we deserved unto me but you have to receive it. And then the next verse says this he he said signifying what death he should die. What was what does that talking about. Roman crucifixion he was going to be lifted up on that cross. Which was going to be like a lightning rod drawing the judgement from god that you and i deserve and when i put my faith in the son just like the serpent on a pole in numbers chapter twenty one that speaks of jesus on a brazen poor bronze speaks of judgment and all who fix their gaze upon him the bite of the serpent in this world where he'll amen. There's so much to say about that. I've often ask people. Why isn't it. Land signifying jesus. Why isn't it lamb monopole. Because it's talking about. Jesus who knew no sin becoming sin that we might be made the righteousness got him. Jesus became sin this a little side note but he did not become a center because he became a sinner. Then the sacrifice would have been null and void why because he became sin he was righteous and holy and he became sin. So that you. And i who knew no righteousness could become the righteousness of god in him by simply believing in what he's done. Glory to god. That's good all right. You need to recognize that when you begin to stand on the word without compromise it starts to release its power. This is why i believe that. It's imperative that we look at our heart on a daily basis and say lord if there's any air in my heart and i'm not giving you a yielded to you. One hundred percent helped me to walk in day and night. Meditation to constantly be focused on my relationship with you. The word of god he m- in throughout my day. Either people will repent and love you or though criticize you because of it gods were divide and separate people look at mark. Excuse me matthew. I'm sorry chapter ten. I'm gonna show you this matthew chapter ten and look at verse thirty four. This is good matthew chapter ten and look at this verse thirty four. Jesus said think not that. I am come to send peace on earth. I came not to send peace but a sword. Wait a minute. Didn't the angels proclaim peace on earth goodwill towards men. Yes yes score. Got an highest. I believe that's luke to fourteen but the peace now is a peace with god that they did not have under the old covenant. That's what's available through. Jesus romans five one therefore being justified by faith we have peace with god but on the earth. We're not gonna enjoy peace on the earth until the prince of peace returns. Now we do. As much as it lies within us we live peaceably with all men. Romans twelve eighteen. But there's gonna be some people that aren't going to accept that. But and that's what jesus is saying here. Think not that i am. Come to send peace on earth. I came not to send peace but a sword for i i. I am come to sit him in various against his father and the daughter gets her mother and the daughter in law against her mother in law. A man's fo- she'll be they of his own household. That's what he's saying. God's word will divide. Golly i mean we don't we don't intentionally try to be offensive to people but when you take a stand for god's word not everybody's going with you this is where people back off because we all have this desire to be liked. I mean if you don't like to be like there's something wrong with you because we all want to be accepted in light but we have to recognize that. Some people aren't going to accept us. Why we i tell people you need to accept your acceptance in jesus luke chapter. Excuse me fiji's one. Six says to the praise of his glory wearing a us accepted in the beloved or highly favor is how that words translated. Luke one twenty eight. We're highly favored in him. We when you accept your acceptance from god and you get your acceptance from god. That's what empowers you to handle the rejection of those people who don't want god. Now thank god. There's a lot of people that do want god your brothers and sisters in christ. That's why we need to be close to our brothers and sisters in christ. You don't understand chris. They're not perfect. Neither are you in your spiritual are but you gotta work that out and we're growing in that hopefully alright. If i get offended become gun shy about speaking the truth because of what people have to say the word of god will cease performing and producing in my life. Oh my is that also. I made a decision almost forty years ago that i wasn't going to let that happen. I've been trying to be bold and let the word of god rather than the opinions of men rule dominate me. It's become a habit and lifestyle for me. I may not be doing it perfectly. But i'm moving in that direction because of my conviction from the word of god. Now let me show you this. And we'll wrap up. I call this a holy habit. Look in hebrews chapter five. I'm gonna give you the word day. I've mentioned before but i'm going to give you the greek definition from lexicon in verse fourteen the last verse in hebrews five but strong meet belong to them who are full age even to those who by reason of use. The word use is the greek word. Heck's us it means habit. I'll give you the definition here in a minute of the more expanded definition who by reason of habit or use have their senses exerciser trained to discern good and evil notice. The word here for for uses. The greek word heck says that means a habit and this is what got me. It means a power acquired by custom practice or use. Wait a minute chris. Don't we have that power. Yes we have the kingdom of god also but we receive it in manifestation and in our walk as we cooperate with the word of god and the power of the spirit of god so this habit that trains are census to discern good and evil. It's a habit. And it's acquired by custom practice or use. It's been said that you you form your habits than your habits for you and that the secret to your futures hidden in your daily routine. I'm going to show you that. Jesus had a habit and we will land the plane. Look luke chapter four luke chapter number four. Jesus walked in holy habits but look at luke chapter four and look at verse sixteen and he. Jesus came to nazareth where he had been brought up and asks. His custom was that's his habit. He went into the synagogue on the sabbath day and stood up for to read. And i'll say it to you bring it down to our modern twenty-first-century language. Jesus had a habit of going to church. He went to the synagogue. Hebrews chapter ten says. We're not the forsake. The assembling of ourselves together as the manner of some is you know this is I don't want to get on the whole church thing. I know there's problems in churches. I know the churches in a building. I get all that stuff that people say but listen. You're not the church you're at if you're born again you're the temple of the holy ghost. The word church means group people organized in a public assembly. Where the church when we come together with a church as a group a man and being the church means simply operating according to who you are in christ but you need your brothers and sisters in christ you don't well. There's no good church. And i don't want to subject myself to legalism find something on. Do something get involve somewhere. We need brothers and sisters in christ if we walk in the light as he is in the light i john one seven we have coin aena fellowship one with another and the blood of jesus christ cleanses us in our walk from all sin amen. So it's important. And so. I say all that jesus. I'm not trying to get on the church thing. I'm just trying to say there are only habits. Reading the bible is important were commanded to study to show ourselves so we've been approved not the mayor points with god second timothy two fifteen right. We are to do these things. We need to develop these holy habits. The you know you're developing habits whether you realize it or not there either wholly habits or not solely habits amen. So so this is. This is what he's saying. But anyhow we need to recognize this is part of getting the word rooted in yourself so that when tribulation in persecution and you're not offended by because tribulation and persecution has come. You don't cast away your bold proclamation of what you believe god is faithful. You say god is faithful. I may not be the best example but doesn't matter. Here's what i know. We try to intellectualize people into faith in god. It never never. It doesn't work. Someone can talk you into it. Someone else can talk you out of it but it really is a thing of the heart you present the word and the holy spirit works on the heart. I used when i witnessed the people. I'd walk away and i think all man. I didn't do that right. I should've done this should have done that. And don't get me wrong. I always want to be open to improvement but listen. It's not my job. It's my job to share his the holy spirit job to convict and it's dependent upon their heart and what they will allow him to do. Amy let me pray for you father in the name of jesus. I speak blessing over everyone. That's watching or we'll watch. You are so blessed. Because jesus keep your faith in him relate to god based upon him. See yourself in christ and christ in you. The hope of glory. I thank you for this blessings. I speak financial blessings. I speak debt. Cancellation i speak supernatural annoying. I speak open doors. God wants to open doors for people the right doors but you stay in your lane. That's preparation and god will stay in his lane. that's promotion. If you stay in your lane you you have to backslide. On god to miss his perfect plan will for your life. you're blessed in. Jesus name amen.

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Ondansetron Pharmacology

Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

12:36 min | 2 years ago

Ondansetron Pharmacology

"Hey welcome back to the real life pharmacology podcast. I'm your host and Pharmacists Eric Christianson and today on this episode. I'm going to be talking about on dance Tron. brand name of this medication. Izzo Fran this might medication is primarily used to help manage help prevent symptoms of nausea and vomiting and with that it that nausea vomiting could be due to a variety of reasons so one of the most common medication induced Ah Nausea and vomiting situations with chemotherapy so we may use it in that setting particularly with agents that have high. I met a genetic potential. there may be various disease processes so in in my practice mostly in geriatrics geriatrics experience in geriatrics. You may see hospice patients on this medication that maybe through their disease process or something. They're they're having thing some some nausea and vomiting. another good example of a situation is Gastro Aparicio's from patients with with diabetes that may run into that issue there. I have seen on dance a Toronto used in that situation but I as a clinical pharmacists I I think about nausea and vomiting and when I see nausea and vomiting it immediately makes me think of of medications and you really gotta look out for Zoll friend when you see it as being one of those trigger type medications as Managing Zhang or potentially masking a side effect of another medication so some great examples of you know somewhat common medications that are we used out there so the gop ones so these are your Victoria's by Atas. things a true listen these things of those nature. I was those medications can cause a significant amount of of nausea and stomach upset so keep an eye out for those metformin foreman can cause some. Gi upset certainly did Jackson toxicity. CEO Cohen inhibitors in dementia. opioids kids can sometimes especially initially caused some some stomach upset and things drugs with dopamine agonists activity. I think of managing Parkinson's disease and if we get too much cinema we might run into some of that nausea vomiting antibiotics of course incredibly common cause of of stomach upset nausea insects as well other common example that I have seen cause some issues there so definitely look out for those trigger medications that we might be using on dance at Tron for economically so this is a selective five. Ht Three receptor antagonists essentially blocks serotonin cernan activity within the Chemo receptor trigger zone sometimes referred to as C. T. Z. And and this area is basically found in the brain specifically I believe the MINU Law Bogata but with that that's that's kind of the the Central Area Region that we've we've found researchers found to be the Control Center for Nausea in writing basically akin be triggered by substances substrates in the blood that run through that area that the body may trigger as you know poisonous or toxic and and we want to get rid of those in a very quick fashion there so that's where the the drug acts potentially there now. If you remember in the Z. There are other neural transmitters editors in play and dopamine is a big one there which I'm not going to talk about on this podcast much but if you remember some of our dopamine blocking type agents agents can be used to help manage nausea and vomiting as well. They're adverse effect profile. Usually it's thoroughly well tolerated from from what I've seen in in practice I would say probably some. CNS changes are going to be of the most common in within the adverse effect profile. Heresy May see some a drowsiness sedation type of facts. maybe dizziness maybe headache things of that nature but there's two specifically that I did want to mention that definitely do come up again very very rare these two do but some certainly something to think about so the first one cutesy prolongation and I'll talk a little bit about that in drug interactions thinking about other medications and risk factors as far as non medication risk factors that you've got to think about when we're talking about. ekg changes and that risk of tour sods due to cutie prolongation so low magnesium low potassium if a patient patient has a lot of pre existing heart issues that might be a patient at risk there as well and then certainly those those medications which all cover and Drug Interactions Serotonin Syndrome was the other rare but obviously serious potential potentially reported issue with these medications and particularly you think of other meds that would exacerbate eight that that Serotonin type of fact I have seen conflicting evidence on this so the FDA they've they've come out and Said said you know we've received reports on Serotonin Syndrome with on dance tron particularly maybe on patients on some of those other medications ends which all uncover and then. I I did see a review article that that says you know this isn't an issue and or there really isn't any true mechanistic way that we can hypothesize that there should be an issue because if you think think about it where blocking Serotonin so it should in theory depending upon the receptor have locking type of facts not additional serotonin too much serotonin activity so that one's still kind of up in the air for me. I guess as far as what do you do in in clinical practice. I have seen drug interaction flags. Come up for this and if somebody's on let's say Sir trillion or assessor I with that said I I certainly look at it. I think about it and Kinda way it on an individual basis risk-benefit type of assessment there so yeah. Hopefully we get some more research on this. I've I've seen a potentially both ways where some say yes. This is absolutely an issue and other research may be saying yeah. Maybe it's not really that big a deal so I would keep your eyes out in the future and see if we can figure out more info on that and help you know kind of settle how big of a deal if it is a big deal. Let's take a quick break from our sponsor and we will cover drug interactions when we get back if you're in the market for test prep material NAP plex P. S. B. C. ACP geriatric Afric exam pharmacotherapy or the medication therapy management certification which is a newer release definitely go check out MED. I did one on one dot com slash store. I if you're not a pharmacist we have plenty of other resources as well there so books on Amazon for example books audible dot com which you can get your first one on audible for free so go definitely check out those links there again all those are admitted one one dot com home slash store and we greatly appreciate the support which helps keep the real life pharmacology podcast at no charge charge to you so get one dot com slash store now finishing up on drug interactions here Zo France France announced a tron is a sip three four substrate so that means that the enzyme Cyp three or four breaks down this drug so if we alter the fact of that enzyme by using other medications for example that could lead to altered concentrations of the drug so inducers of CYP three or four can lead to lower concentrations or risking less effectiveness basically Klay opens your Saint John's Wart and I think I've gone through quite a few of those throughout previous podcasts as well inhibitors I can potentially raise concentrations now the Serotonin controversial Serotonin Syndrome risk and you know the case reports associated with that drug interactions wise we gotta think about patients on other drugs that can cause serotonin issue so so as there is S R is. DC as Emmy is Traumat- all potentially so those are just some some common examples that you might see that interaction flag come up and then have to deal with it basically on a case by case patient by patient basis basis. They're Cute T. C. Prolongation drug interaction risk is the last one I wanted to talk about. You've got to think about anti arrhythmic specifically you know. Ami Odor owners probably the most common I see used still in clinical practice and if if you've got a patient on that and you add on dance Tron that risk of cutie prolongation can certainly go up other medications that come to mind the Anti psychotics Quin alone antibiotics may be MAC relied antibiotics so just some examples bowls of drugs that may in combination with on dance tron work to prolong that q t interval so I think that wraps it up for today. If you enjoy the podcast please please take the time go livas kind rating review on on itunes. greatly greatly appreciated to all of you who have already done that. if you're listening somewhere else definitely feel free to to leave us a rating in review there as well well if you'd like to get an update as to when we have new podcasts available you can definitely go to real life. Pharmacology alleged dot com and subscribe there and we've also got a free thirty one page top two hundred. PDF that can definitely early be advantageous to nursing students pharmacy Students Pharmacy Technicians Med students PS PS and the like they're so so top highlight the top two hundred drugs highlight really important things that actually come up in clinical practice there. I'm I'M GONNA sign off for today. You can track me down at admitted one zero one dot com or realize pharmacology dot com and shoot me an email if you'd like have any suggestions comments concerns definitely feel free to shoot those my way. I also tracked me down on linked in Eric Christianson farm. DB'S EP SBC G. P. and connect with me. They're signing offer today. Thanks so much for listening and have a great rest your name.

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La carcel mas antigua del Imperio Romano

Podcast RadioViajera

12:07 min | 9 months ago

La carcel mas antigua del Imperio Romano

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