21 Burst results for "Army infantry"

Being the best with Tony Herbert, "Soldier"

Jocko Podcast

04:35 min | 3 weeks ago

Being the best with Tony Herbert, "Soldier"

"Podcast to seventy three. We were with anthony. Herbert tony herbert. Also known ass and we started off his journey from a kid growing up in pennsylvania surf. You haven't listened to podcasts. To seventy three goal of that right now. He tried to join the marines at fourteen. Fourteen years old credit eventually joined the army at seventeen off. The korean war went from private to master sergeant. All kinds of heroic actions suffered all kinds of wounds shot hit with frag white phosphorus burns and also bayoneted multiple times including one bayonet stabbed that broke off in his chest. He in the korean war served as a platoon leader even though he was just a young enlisted guy and eventually at the end of that podcast and at the end of that part of his life. Us pulled off the battlefield. One of the most decorated soldiers of the war sent on a morale at it was basically morale tour and i were flown back to the to the white house. President truman and then basically went to london and antwerp in brussels and the hague and all the other european allies that were fighting alongside america in the korean war along the way he met. Mrs eleanor roosevelt. She encouraged him to go to college. He kind of agreed of the quotes. He says in the book is he. He agreed because he was already master sergeant in the army and he said what am i going to do. Sit around the enlisted man's club telling stories about korea so he was sort of not not over it but he realized that he'd kinda done what he was going to do. So he ends up getting assigned as an rotc instructor at a high school in denver because he liked to ski goes to the third ranger class. That ever happened. He was in. He ends up getting married to his hometown. Sweetheart mary grace starts going to college or he then he gets out of the army then starts going to college at the university of pittsburgh while he's there he writes a book called conquest. No war nowhere. Which was his first book about the korean war which he later rewrote which we covered. What when it was rewritten was called the making of a soldier. That was podcast to seventy three for the most part worked at a steel mill at night while he was going to college and then eventually commissioned as an officer in the pennsylvania national guard. Shout out to the To two eight iron soldiers all right so so then he goes to the. He's back kind of in the army and he gets them warnings at the army's different now you know the war is over. The good people got out. We just left with people. That shouldn't even be in the army that got those kind of warnings but he stayed in. He loves being a soldier he wants to be. A soldier. goes the basic army. Infantry course wins nine out of ten awards there including the leadership trophy which is the leadership. Trophy is awarded by the other students. Like the other students select. Who deserves this leadership trophy. Then he gets assigned as a ranger instructor and he starts. He starts in the mountain phase. And so today we're going to be reading so the first book that we covered we covered a little bit so he's written two books he's written. Three one was conquest to know where that one got rewritten. As the making of a soldier that was the bulk of what we read last time. This time we're gonna read from his second book primarily and it's just called soldier called soldier and lots of lessons learned but as i mentioned in the first podcast in two seventy three. There's some serious lessons learned about life and things get really crazy when he goes to vietnam as a battalion commander and we will get there all right so here we go go go to the book soldier written by anthony be herbert and he says this teaching young men the essentials of mountain climbing combat and survival was more of a learning experience for me than for them. I began discovering things about the resources in me as well as the way the army was moving. I was an

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4 more Atlanta spa shooting victims identified

All In with Chris Hayes

01:18 min | Last month

4 more Atlanta spa shooting victims identified

"Good evening from new york. I'm chris hayes tonight. We are learning more about some of the victims of that horrific shooting spree in the atlanta area on tuesday. The lena ashley yawn was three years old. A wife and mother to two children. She and her husband. Mario were at young asian massage. On tuesday for a relaxing spotting. Just to get a little time to themselves. When the shooting began they were in two different rooms. Mario was able to lock himself inside. One of those rooms of escape uninjured family members described elena as their rock always welcome people into her home and through the best birthday holiday parties paul andrea michaels. A veteran from the us army infantry described by his brother is a hardworking local business. Owner was working as a handyman at the acworth spa billing shelves there on tuesday afternoon when the shooting took place. Michaels leaves behind his wife of more than twenty years. Forty nine year old show. John tan was the owner of young's asian massage at at least one other spot on the area. She was a licensed massage therapist herself. She emigrated from china. Many years ago friend told usa today tan. Who went by emily at a daughter who recently graduated from the university of georgia friend describes quote the sweetest person. You'd ever meet

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"army infantry" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

05:13 min | 3 months ago

"army infantry" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Of the U. S. Army, Infantry and Special forces. His latest book America Trader is about a plot by China. It came out this week. And with his insider knowledge about the subject matter. It's drawing attention. I talked him about his new book and his story about the country that could be the greatest adversary of the United States. In fact, that was a naval postgraduate school in 1998 paper came out. Called unrestricted warfare written by to peel a People's Liberation Army colonels, and it was specifically how to win a fight without firing a bullet. So they've been talking about for years. Well, of course, with the so called China virus and all the increased tensions in this recent year between the United States and China as a writer of this story in the stories, all the other many stories that you've written in your books and this new book, American Trader When you look at the story, and you will look at what's happening in the world today, our your readers going to see things that are happening that they're going to worry about I well, I hope you don't worry about it. I mean the books or just, you know, supposed to be for entertainment. I'm trying to scare anybody like Scrooge promo it Z. Definitely plausible. I mean, you say Truth is stranger than fiction. There's a story in the book that I use, which is a real story. There was a guy that he was Chinese Dass brah. That ran for parliament and Australia and he want he want to see in Parliament and before he took the seat, he said, Hey, guess what. Ministry of state security from China paid for me to do this. I'm working for them. And because he was petrified. There's all kinds of, you know they're really putting the hammer to him. And two days later, he's found dead in a hotel room cause of death unknown, So I mean that's in the book, but I didn't make it up. I mean, that that actually happened as someone who tells stories about the human condition about global politics about the conflicts of the world. Do you worry that what has happened with this pandemic could lead to some things that you sometimes right about. Yeah, actually, I mean, my fourth book, A widow strike was actually about a pandemic, and I kind of had myself in the back because it all that stuff. I said it was gonna happen in that book. Actually, what we're doing now, The person who was infected was going to try to do a global pandemic. In order for her not to infect anybody else. He did social distancing. She wore masks she drink out of bottled water. That kind of stuff. That was means a ton of research getting into it, but the pandemic itself. I think we're on the cusp of of beating it. I mean, obviously, that The virus is clearly in a race to destroy everything, because now there's a new strain. It's out there. Everything like that. But we've been to pandemics before. I don't think it's gonna be the end of the earth. So do you consider yourself a futurist? No, not at all. I consider myself somebody who keeps tabs on world events. To be honest with you. I mean, there's a lot of times I had. I wrote days of rage, and I picked Boca Haram. As the antagonist in that book, and the book is published. They captured 400 girls, you know from Nigeria, and it made worldwide news and like, Oh, Brad predicted future No, I didn't. They've been lopping heads off since 2009. Just happen to keep up on current events. It's not too hard. Most of Most of world events are more like a lava flow than they are fire work, and if you keep track of what's going on, you can see what's gonna happen. Brad is a veteran of some 21 years with Army infantry Special forces and the first special Forces operational Detachment Delta that you served in and with Do you have any concerns about American security right now? Or possible attacks that we've even heard about it racist weeks on the United States. I mean, we have a pretty real best ability, defend ourselves. I do have concerns that if we pull out You know wholeheartedly from every where we're at, So you know, like Sander saying, Let's get out of Iraq Right now. Everybody get out of Iraq. Well, we're not in Iraq because of Iraq War in Iraq is a bridge against Iran. Iran wants to make a land bridge into serious so they can Fund heads block on attack Israel We're not. We're not there just, you know, prop up the Iraqi government were there for our own national security interests, hoping on the side of that, with some of the Iranian government officials threatening retaliation for our killing of one of the top terrorists in the world. That's some of the threats that we've heard about. And what U. S. Defense officials have been discussing and in a recent days, so you don't think there's too much to worry about with Iran or is there Now there's a they're going to attack as I said that since we hit some money, they have long memories. And your uncle. Let it go. Sooner or later, they're gonna hit us and it's It's probably not gonna be the way we think they're gonna hit us. It's not like they're gonna attack. President Trump or something like that, but they'll kill a diplomat here somewhere like that. I mean, we shot down there airliner. Um, I came out of the Korean airliner and killed all the Iranians come out of Iran from the bench in the, um, missile frigate. While six years later they blew up his van with him in it. I mean, six years after the fact. S O. He barely escaped with his life and they have a long memory and they're going to do something. Make no mistake. It's coming. That's New York Times bestseller Brad Taylor about his new book, America Trader. I'm Cliff Albert Coco News, San Diego's News and Information station. I do think that there is a great danger being presented. Find this president.

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"army infantry" Discussed on The 2 Dudes & a Mike Podcast

The 2 Dudes & a Mike Podcast

04:55 min | 5 months ago

"army infantry" Discussed on The 2 Dudes & a Mike Podcast

"I'm hey man you get anything up there. I think i just heard some stuff. He's like no. I didn't hear anything and then also sting and they hit the laugh and he's like oh shit. Yeah we're under attack dude fuck and he looks at me and i look at here. Currently pants down. Oh yeah pants down around on this bucket and he's up in this lab like way up high you know like a little bit of ways to not like over my shoulder twenty meters down or so. I'm all like we'll talk to do. What are you going to do. I'm like train for this canadian. Government did not tell me this exercise when you get shot at mit shit. What do you do told me. No one told me man like they're supposed to prepare you for everything. So i'm just like fuck i gotta go man so you just stop. Yeah get the fuck back. The safer place. It's covered in like you know safe material you won't shot at and then of course the live just picks them up with their camera system in their cannon that twenty mike mike cannon just the bill and then you know no more small arms fire but That was the first time. I got shot at it was It was pretty wild as as it was kind of like. Not what you expect you go to war. You'd think smaller fires going to be like in the movies and it's going to be like some guy turns to you and pulls a gun out and i'll sensor shoot ninety and you're gonna get like john maclean firefight knock toby towers like i'm gonna see the guy knows some guy taking pot shots from who the fuck knows where and two or three and then finally one on the lab and made us go..

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"army infantry" Discussed on The 2 Dudes & a Mike Podcast

The 2 Dudes & a Mike Podcast

05:06 min | 5 months ago

"army infantry" Discussed on The 2 Dudes & a Mike Podcast

"Not so bad right night driving. You're looking on these shitty. Just night-vision screens that don't work half the time. And you can't see anything from smoke so all you see is a trail ahead you and you're just trying to follow that trail rate and you gain a almost like probably what you got just lingo with each other. Like certain. words like a nudge. I know announcements as much. When i want to get a different commander. Because he's gone off. A nudge means more arguing. I'm like you said a nudge or a like turn. I'm like but so that was. The hardest for me was driving a vehicle. Because you're the guy driving right and we're always the lead vehicle. Section are surgeon flew the jolly roger like the pirate ship flag. The blocks go across. He flew that above our live band. Tour see yeah. We were warned. Like we're picking up until that they want to blow up the lab with the flag and i'm like surge. We take that down. I'm gonna drive this week. No i'm like oh fuck. We're going to die but he'd play a game that was started on. It was cruel. It just got me. Oh my got but then eventually became fun. Was you'd be driving and what the taliban would do they plant a bomb. But what they do is eight. Have to have a marker so they night it like whether it was a cellphone or a switch right call it in on a cell phone to blow it up time villain off a marker to see they know as soon as you pass this that giant green tree. That's when you're going to go right. So i'd be driving in my surge he'd be like a loppy..

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"army infantry" Discussed on The 2 Dudes & a Mike Podcast

The 2 Dudes & a Mike Podcast

05:30 min | 5 months ago

"army infantry" Discussed on The 2 Dudes & a Mike Podcast

"The rank was master seaman. The master was a master seaman through. Yeah now now. It's sailor atsu so there is no firsthand or anything like i don't know left hand votes enhance. I eat cock. It's got a buddy whose mom was in the navy in the seventies eighties. And when she got a she was an ordinary seaman and she likes to say that when she got out of yeah. I know it's hard to say it's probably. It's probably good that they changed. I mean when when she got out when she got out she likes to tell people that she got her discharge of semen papers. That's unfortunately unfortunately for my friends in the navy that that was my first introduction to the book but they do work are though i mean would you wanna live on a boom a boat once actually know what gusts that i met a guy who's on the naval like he said it was like a year at a time up to see and he said one time he did what he said he was gone eight years years years what he was eight years but he was like for three hundred days a year he would leave the three hundred days. Come back he'd be home for likes fifty whatever sixty five days one hundred four and then leave again eight fucking times in root for him man. That's top man than me. I couldn't do that. I mean. I've got to lose my shit. I've got a fear of deep water. So i don't ever want to be on a navy ship. I'm this yes. I even the whatever. The ferry yeah. The ferry to go to paleo. Did that once. I was like that guy wearing a life vest on the people looking at me like this guy on kilometer an hour and i'm like yo where the flares out of shit goes down dude. It's the you'll be fine. I'm like like just drink like no. I can't see land. Ten kilometer journey. That takes seven hours. He's the one wearing though as soon as can i just. I'm trained highly in swimming. And all that jazz. But i'm just now soon as i can't see land on no give me the fuck find me some land. I'm a landlord. Is that why you chose army. Then i just chose army because I just. I always kind of a childhood dream to be a relief. Gi joe honestly the truth. Yeah that's beyond joe. The show the cartoon growing up in the toys and all that and i to retired military one of them was from The are are cr..

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"army infantry" Discussed on The 2 Dudes & a Mike Podcast

The 2 Dudes & a Mike Podcast

05:01 min | 5 months ago

"army infantry" Discussed on The 2 Dudes & a Mike Podcast

"Hello german. I would like to thank you. For listening to this special remember in st episode honoring the former current and future members of our canadian armed forces the courageous members of the army navy and air force sacrifice so much to allow us to be able to do the show. And for you to be able to listen in the small way that we can show our respect. We'd like to thank all of the members of not only our military but all allied forces around the world. Please join us paying respects by listening to the traditional song last post followed by a brief moment of silence. Our show with retired army. Infantry members will follow Ooh Ooh ooh ooh Ooh What's going on my dude. Thanks for hanging out and drinking to do than a mike. I'm your host. Mike and is always sitting across from my favorite dude. Gus what we have going on today a couple of retired army infantry members here user couple off and we do we're gonna do a pretty Pretty cool numbers they show. Yes this is a very special episode for us in studio we have retired army. Infantry members both having to afghanistan we have retired corporal matt lupton and retired master-corporal simon as a party guys. Welcome johnson. Welcome first thing we do right here at the show is Do some shots. Somebody mr army guy is not going to be doing a shout with us. I'm just gonna call you out a fair enough so everybody listen guys all here. Go cheers. cheers cheers. Yeah there we go. You guys are the correct early. The problem i have is everyone drinking on logger. Except me. I think so. Yeah yeah you got some like root beer. You're calling other people out in your drinking root beer. it's five percent number one. I did the shot and it tastes fucking delicious. Gluten free is it really. Have you had this before. Yeah my brother drinks. Because he's a gluten intolerant. I just tried to support him in the best way by giving him alcohol that he can drink rubers that you're greater no actually funny enough. Actually my wife really really likes the sparkling pink wine from pr. I've been seriously considering getting a second tap and having a keg of pink sparkling wine and you do that. It's carbonated just like beer. So when you guys were on tour did you have did you. can you drain it out. Keg raiders. me we ship kegs. I mean is there like a or something not on tour. No like there's a guy and there's a keg pumping the cake we got. We got it because we were there over christmas. We got two beers at christmas time at christmas tour at the same thing we had. We got two years on on christmas and my Team leader was a cool guy and he gave me in my fire team partner..

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Gitlab Courseware as Code with Ben Allison

Software Engineering Daily

07:30 min | 8 months ago

Gitlab Courseware as Code with Ben Allison

"We haven't done very many shows about military and the software used in the military. Could you explain how software is used in the military and give get as an example of a piece of code that is used in the military? My particular experience I am a signed as a faculty member at the Army Cyber Schoolhouse. So my experience with using getting. As a software development tool is primarily focused on that environment. Instead of the rest of the army are organizations that use different tool suites get being one get lab. Atlassian. Different Damore positions across Dod's different toll sweets. But the army cyber school, we use get lab and get primarily as a way to manage our curriculum. into the way that came to be prior to me arriving at the school around two, thousand, fifteen and sixteen timeframe the school I was created until fifteen in. So there are there are kind of the The for students creating tells fourteen excuse me at first students two, thousand, fifteen into. So they're kind of acting like a never to start culture. So they had the flexibility because they had such a torch short timeframe to build. Their their courses for the first students, which usually the army gives you three years they had less than a year. So they had the flexibility more or less the political flexibility to do what works and get things done rather than to wait bureaucratic systems of what may be in the past. They had a lot of opportunity to innovate in a way that might not otherwise be possible in a more established institution within the army. So for them they were looking at how can we manage course where the army traditionally has a three year cycle that updates at a very slow pace it's all using binary data formats such as we're documents powerpoint to get stored in a Web interface where the upload the documents in download them when you need to instruct and so for us, we wanted to be able to have more flexibility where we could manage course where in applying agile software development principles, and then also be able update and manage the course the corser without having to go through the tedious process of using these other outdated systems designed for more a static types of curriculum that don't change very often. was a natural choice for those of US coming into the school house over background experience offered engineering. So I am at your centimeters haven't worked in the army in a development role personally, but many have in that influences the decision to use Gab. So for US instead of using a word documents, we use markup languages to track our curriculum, and then we use the CI pipelines to build that curriculum same. Thing with infrastructure code use a different four-match for us at t templates an open stack pipe last play. So for us, that's that's the the framework for how we chose to use primarily because it was available and we had the freedom to do so because the organization organizations just being stood up in the leadership was willing to assume risk by allow us to innovate in ways that might not otherwise be possible. Core. Swear is a term that this conversation's going to focus on explain what the term course where means and how it applies to this conversation. Suddenly Army when they have curriculum development coursework can be affirmative. This way when you when you joined the army every, there's different specialties for different sexually you have armor would be people drive tanks. You've got infantry that people go and do the very stereotypical army infantry things. You've got field artillery they fire cannons have got aviators to fly helicopters and they've got things like signal or does communique shipment in the Cyber Branch Cyber Branch was created. Ciller Signal Corps signals more it. Cyber is more focused on using P centric art centric computing space to create offensive and defensive effects of. The army in the government department at large, and so what that really means for us at the school is we're developing courses to support soldiers coming into the army in the officers enlisted and warrant officers who need at the Technical Erie that supports all of the operational context. Racial context is all stuff that in the ranch they can't really talk about what they're doing or how they're applying the theory in some cases. But but for us, we are strictly worried about technical theory that underlying. All. Of the operational applications. So for us, it's Windows Fundamentals Lennox Demento is understanding operating systems in how they work. And then understanding networking, TCI than full stack of networking and understanding enough to apply it an insecurity concepts both from offensive and defensive perspective whether you're trying to defend offensive actor or you're on the offensive side, you need to understand all of that theory that goes behind exploitation out of defend attackers hide in so on and so for the school when they talk about course where they're talking about, for example, the cyber common technical core is a module. Every cohort whether the officers enlisted are required to attend ends up for them. This is the overview of operating systems networking insecurity into the course where is the facilitator guides that go to the instructors, the student guides that go to the students and then the. Is. Code that deploys interactive ranges for the students due to work on from the classrooms or in this case during in nineteen up from wherever they're working from a remote location of again. Okay. So you've mentioned course where you've mentioned get and you're talking about curriculum management technologies like powerpoint and Microsoft and PDF. These seem like separate worlds if you're talking about office management tools that's at a higher level than something that you would need to version control on. So what's the relationship between the version control stuff and the traditional office suite? Right so and the traditional army you would this is something if he's ever been to a government scores in the romantic government, you often new to course it's kind of the general stereotype is kind of have a pulse and you sit in class and you sit through powerpoint slides in answer some very canned questions at our checks learning. Then you move onto the next thing and nobody ever fails and it's not hard. You just exist you get through it and then you go to your unit you actually do your job Leonard, job your unit that's the stereotype of of how training is done in the army and that's Not always accurate of course is stereotype. So that's that's health in some cases it's Not, how the OSCE wants to involve improving but that's that's A. Character of of how could be in. So when people talk about office documents in the army, you'll death by powerpoint sometimes there's certain models that are designed such a way that the army says you are not alone about this and you sit in powerpoint and someone flipped through slides and you're done you do it for a certain length of time they briefed the sides you. In you're done to the school severance doesn't want to be slide driven. So instead of being slide driven in powerpoint, we instead are facilitation guides that are stored a markup. We can also do slides using or ask you doctor and revealed a technologies run through ask Dr, which is a tick, the markup language in spits out issue on the backside, and so we do sometimes use slides, but we're not trying to be centered on. powerpoint dead were trying to use this after vine principles to facilitate learning through hands on

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Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On It with Kamal Ravikant

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

09:36 min | 1 year ago

Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On It with Kamal Ravikant

"If anyone wants to get healthy they can. And it's pretty easy consistency. We do that. But how often do we take our mind consistently every day? I'M GONNA take care my mind and I mind is what runs the whole damn show. I've worn droop. Wrote here hosted the Berkman podcast and today's episode. We're talking with author. Kamal Robbie conduct all on the topic of how to love yourself like your life depends on it because it does fascinating interview. Stay to welcome to the broken brain. Podcast where we dive deep and then the topics of neural plasticity epigenetics mindfulness functional medicine and mindset all with the goal of helping. You understand how your brain is not broken. I'm drew PRUITT and each week. My team and I bring on a new guest who we think can help you improve your brain health feel better and most importantly live more. This week's guest is Kamal. Ravi Gump Kamal is the author of love. Yourself like your life depends on it. He's meditated with monks in Himalayas. We got to hear about that served as a army. Infantry soldier and Co founded several companies and venture capital firm in Silicon Valley. Come all. I've been looking forward to this interview. Thanks for coming on the PODCAST. Thanks for having me man. I kick off with a quote that I came across years ago and I just thought perfect when I was giving your book by Gideon Gideon while Harper Winer. Yeah When he had mentioned you and then another mutual friend mentioned it and I started flipping through the book. I thought of this quote by CS Lewis. Success hardships prepare ordinary people for an extraordinary life interesting. That's going and while he was a wise man he was a wise man so I want to kick it off by starting from the beginning. You Open Up Your Book and you talk about in two thousand eleven. The company that you spent three years of your life building and all of your money went under set the stage for us at the beginning. Okay so the the genus. This book is actually. This is not a book. Set out to write. You know that people like I'm going to write this book. This was never a book to write. It came out of an experience. That was very transformative for me where I've been in Silicon Valley building startups building companies at Dunwell and the last company. I was building At self-funded if over three and a half years and then took on funding. Because I'd run out of money you know. Billing tech companies not cheap right for for years and And the whole thing blew up and I lost everything you know which in hindsight you you remember. I remember now. Look Ninety something percent star tech startups fail but when is yours and all your money you ego your personality is self worth all of us wrapped up in it. I I it. Blew up on with it and and I was in a really dark place and you know the other things happening in life to at the time it was almost like we had like Salami. I'll just happened at the same time and I was in a very dark place in one night. I just was like okay. I can't do this anymore. I gotta get out of this place or die trying. I cannot be here and and it was like this this intense moment of like saying. I can't do this anymore. Can't be here anymore in this place. This does this darkness depression. Whatever you WANNA call it and I walked over to my journal and my on my desk and I wrote down something to myself I and I you know you should write notes to myself but this this time. Something from somewhere deep I wrote a vow to myself and it was a vow Listen the book You know I'm GonNa Paraphrase but it was avowed alum myself and I don't know where that came from. I wasn't sitting on thinking you know what I need. Another makeup news failed. I need to love myself that I wasn't thinking that at all. I don't know whether we came from like somewhere. Deep Right. It was like one of those pure moments of life. We just come through something deep. I did recognize that. And it was a vow as a full on commitment to myself. And so I'm a big believer keeping your commitments that you made from the heart and this was a pure from the heart to myself and so I had to keep it except I didn't know how and said okay. I'm GonNa work on this. I started because I nothing else to do. My Company of failed. I lost everything of living credit cards and I was trying to figure out what to do next and so I just started like trying things in my head because that's the only thing I control the only control I really had was if I was if I was not happy verbs in my mind the only control ahead was will work on my mind as I started. Just do things to my mind and started trying things and I found. Things are starting to make me shift to make me feel better. And if they worked I went deeper if it stopped working through. I didn't care all I wanted was one result was to get out of this place and so avoid by following that almost like a decision tree of things that are working out working and going deeper deeper. I came up with like a simple practice doing every day and I was just getting better and better. Better my take a better in my life started getting better and this didn't take long. It took weeks if most right and it was it was. I'd never ever knew that was possible to go from that kind of darkness to like almost like light. And so you know it's like when you discover something in life that's really transformative. The next thing. Is you become like newly converted your friends. Who are going through stuff. I would tell them like Lara Dude. Like don't worry. I figured out here I would write little things because while I'll be building companies in Silicon Valley. I'd also been training myself to write literary fiction. I wanted to be write novels right. So I've done the ten thousand hours. I knew how to write someone. Just right up little things and sent to them like little almost a couple of word a couple of pages worth like. Here's what I did. Here's what I went through here. Do this right. I would do this for friends and because it gets tiring having to explain again again because people ask questions adding them again. It gets here. Let me just write it that I could share the same people. I mean different people and it started it worked for them because it's like a simple simple stuff. There's nothing complicated. Have to stand on your head and scratch your. You know like do anything to say. Just little stuff you're doing inside your head beer. And they had all the time any day she'll things that when and we'll get to all that and we'll break it all down but foundational things. That seem so simple that we often overlook. Well look ultimately. If you look at anything in life you look at Art. You look at writing. You look at Physics math anything. Simplicity's where it's all the if the closer to break it down to the basics the very very fundamental basics and simplicity is transformation happens you know especially for us as human beings. We don't need to know complicated stuff. We will not practice it. We need simple stuff that we can do consistently and I was talking with every time. I ritual you know talking yesterday and like was the Diet Best Diet I think the best I can keep consistently was the best fitness program. The one that you can keep consistently you know not the one that you do once a month you know and same thing with the mind. What is the best way for mindset the simplest most effective that you can do consistently and I was in a place where all I wanted was results? I didn't care about theory. I didn't care about Does it make me feel half better. I just wanted to get out over was right so I wanNA come back to your story because a company failing isn't event right and even the word failure is our story on it like you wanted anyway. I was totally in that story right. You're in that story. So you talked about this valley that you made to love yourself but let's go back and set the stage a little better. Because I think that a lot of listeners our podcast might be able to identify it. Identify with it. So what were you doing? You had a situation. You had an intended outcome. It didn't work out. It wasn't what you wanted. But what was the story that you created around it? And where were you at that time that you were doing the opposite of loving yourself while? I was a typical Entrepreneur story in the sense. Like look I didn't take even a Sunday off over three and a half years I think no near the end. My team convinced mutate. Start taking Sunday's off right. I was so obsessed. I was going to pull this off. My entire sense of self was wrapped up. All my money was wrapped up in it and it was coming close to be successful. So my ego was wrapped up in it I WANNA blew up. You know I I took it personally. You know which which is normal. But it's also kind of silly because I gave it my all. You know it's not like a didn't work my butt off you know But it was like the whole story of failure and also I was just. I was worn out. I was sick There are other things happening my life that would result just like a cascade effect of just being bottom and one of the things. I tell people as like look. Don't cut got caught up in my story in a it's a human thing hitting bottom is hitting bottom. People know what that is. You can be living in a in a in a Bedouin. Tent in the middle of the desert understand. What like feeling bad is like we're paying bottom doesn't mean that you have to have built a company to hit bottom should universal humane human. The human you know fear love pain joy these things these are all fundamental human constructs right so and that are all relative to your circumstances just like you said you don't have to be a founder now could be trying to do something for your kid's school well. You could have anything life. A BREAK-UP HAPPEN YAM breakup. Great for gave making your head bottom tastic. I'm poster child for those you know like I it's it's a very human thing but also rising is also very human

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"army infantry" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"army infantry" Discussed on WLAC

"Former US army infantry, officer How? To, work so we started spending less than we made Say I got rid. Slowly. Yeah so you've been investing in 401K's? Roth. IRA's not Roth traditional, spend but it's, a but that's where the bulk of this is then Then I sell software and software services. So I got him with a company on the ground level and make some money with that. When. It went public and now help people? Deliver. Software better deal so, how much of, that's there because of the public because the peo- Maybe two hundred okay all right so you did it without that then to all right well I'll tell you what when you. Get to that kind of money at one time really charge the system Every system Yeah. That's right, good. Question Mark. Good, point man. That's fun open phones at, triple eight eight, to, five, five, two. Two five I remember I was on book tour many years ago in Seattle and sitting in, a cafe. Having lunch and the guy with me said within eighteen mile radius of, right here there's twenty five thousand millionaires because of Microsoft stock Bummer employees or employees that have stock options and they got rich, on Microsoft. Stock that's why I was asking about his IPO very interesting stuff but, most millionaires are just like that guy right there This is the Dave Ramsey show.

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"army infantry" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"army infantry" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"And then they find out, you're millionaires they grab their back, you know, I mean, that's what you're trying to do is just deal with that and be prepared for that with with a good liability policy. So I, I probably wouldn't. I probably wouldn't spend the money at this stage. But if you get on up there at five million and you wanna bump into that might not be a bad idea. So did you inherit your money. No, sir. I'm a salesman apparently not. How old are you sixty one good for you. Well, done so one point, four million. And what's that invested in. About two fifteen in house eight fifty and investments. Rest is cash. And adding to it every day. So how did you do that? Tell people how they can do it. I, we got disciplined. I'm a former US army infantry officer. I know how to work. So we started spending less than we've made. Say the rest and I got rid slowly. So you've been investing in 401K's Roth? IRA's. Not rock the conditions, so it's, but it's a, but that's where the bulk of this is then. Yes. I feel software and software services. So I got him with a company on the ground level and made some money with that when it went public and now help people deliver software better deal. So how much of that's there because of the public because the peo-. Maybe two hundred. Okay. So you did it without that then too. All right. I tell you what when you get that kind of money at one time, a really charge the system. Every system. Yeah, that's right. Good question. My are good point. That's fun. Open phones at triple eight, eight to five, five, two, two, five. I remember it was on book tour many years ago and Seattle sitting in a cafe, having lunch. And the guy with me said within a eighteen mile radius of right here, there's twenty five thousand millionaires because of Microsoft stock. Former employees employee's that have stock options, and they got rich on Microsoft stock. That's why I was asking about as peo- very interesting stuff, but most millionaires just like that guy right there. This is the Dave Ramsey show..

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"army infantry" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"army infantry" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"I was switched back to work into the are Tillery where we were closer. These are guns that send out these projectiles that Dan land in. Most of them landed in muddy fields and blue ups, rice patties. A some may have made their Mark, but that's what I did most of the time and. The army infantry in the marine infantry would walk out there entities village, but I knew about it. I heard about, excuse me, even some of the women in our little base, which they know VC. Nobody see they were. Okay, no problem. Everything's everything's cool. Do you have any pictures of those paintings or any of the paintings still. The paintings went into a museum in Chicago called the Vietnam veterans arts museum. In that started Belk about nineteen ninety group of veterans, including a close friend of mine and. Though the group had head a a show at the name gallery in Chicago. First time they showed Vietnam veterans art, dealing with the war, and they even posted guards at the front of the gallery for fear. You know, it was very close to still the angst in the country. But a a beautiful article was written by the New York Times, and I believe that was one thousand nine hundred seventy eight or nine. And then the museum came out of that, and it has now folded into a larger museum called the national veterans art museum in Chicago. It's on Milwaukee avenue, and I gave them my paintings. I kept a couple back. I have a couple in my storage unit. I have pictures of the ones that that you gave them because the reason I ask is I would like to maybe. Make some of them available some of the pictures available.

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"army infantry" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"army infantry" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"I was switched back to work into the are Tillery where we were closer. These are guns that send out these projectiles that Dan land in. Most of them landed in muddy fields and blue ups, rice patties. A some may have made their Mark, but that's what I did most of the time and. The army infantry in the marine infantry would walk out there entities village, but I knew about it. I heard about, excuse me, even some of the women in our little base, which they know VC. Nobody see they were. Okay, no problem. Everything's everything's cool. Do you have any pictures of those paintings or any of the paintings still. The paintings went into a museum in Chicago called the Vietnam veterans arts museum. In that started Belk about nineteen ninety group of veterans, including a close friend of mine and. Though the group had head a a show at the name gallery in Chicago. First time they showed Vietnam veterans art, dealing with the war, and they even posted guards at the front of the gallery for fear. You know, it was very close to still the angst in the country. But a a beautiful article was written by the New York Times, and I believe that was one thousand nine hundred seventy eight or nine. And then the museum came out of that, and it has now folded into a larger museum called the national veterans art museum in Chicago. It's on Milwaukee avenue, and I gave them my paintings. I kept a couple back. I have a couple in my storage unit. I have pictures of the ones that that you gave them because the reason I ask is I would like to maybe. Make some of them available some of the pictures available.

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"army infantry" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"army infantry" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"The fda wants to require large chain movie theaters host the calorie information in all the concession stand snacks you get consumers want to buy a big slathering buttery tub of popcorn maybe that shouldn't be the government's purview we're back with the mike gallagher show registering once again here's mike in the relief factor dot com studio so that place in time where we got this historic summit he got all the shenanigans the g seven summit barely prime minister trudeau's eyebrow pop it off in a press conference weirdest thing i've ever seen sherlock if you've seen the video of it looks like his his eyebrows slowly coming down off of his where it's supposed to be maybe i don't know i'm told that they are denying that his eyebrow was coming off but the the the the peck's bad boy in me the the rascals side of me wants to say yeah that's what happened when trudeau messes with trump your eyebrow comes off and then you get mocked all over the world i you shouldn't take on donald trump's something bad things happen when you take on donald trump but you think i'm missing mischievous i can't hold a candle to our guest this guy is in a league all of his own retired army infantry colonel so he takes no prisoners you say your columnist for townhall.

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"army infantry" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"army infantry" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Apples and trees siblings shoot aziz days dylann roof sister yesterday and now this nigga let's see what else happened army vet who gave up his aarp teams in our facebook video threaten he's threatened with death and right by his fourteen year old daughter because that's reasonable i don't understand what is it about these people what is it about them you know hey i personally don't want to give i don't wanna have aarp team one nigga i'm gonna have to threaten to kill you on regular daughter because that's like the only counterpoint to what you just did that seem like a reasonable thing to say to me for me right veteran a us army became a viral sensation over the weekend by posting pictures of themselves trading ar fifteen in the miami police officers is being deluged with death threats he says he the unhinged programs porters also threatening the rapist fourteen daughter on saturday steve hermit of miami shared a picture of themselves turning over his weapons as part of a local police department bob back program riding on facebook post with some hesitation born in the style i turned into a our style rifles rifles to the mind police department as part of their gun buyback program today as a former us army infantry officer i have always considered myself a responsible gun owner my fourteen year old daughter and i built one of the eight hours from scratch together shit yeah that's why all these don't sell guns shit it's kind of like if you can build one from scratch i i didn't even think about but after the vince last month i decided enough is enough how can we as parents kids live in a world where they have to be afraid to be killed at school my daughter recently told me their plan is to only wear sneakers through to school from now on a case she needs them to run.

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"army infantry" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"army infantry" Discussed on WJR 760

"This this kind of ruin affect there are a few see fit of darnay uh my understanding has never been a few people that have been subjected to this in california uh in but they're very new and so we don't have a uh big track record at any in any of these other jurisdictions luck california i think they can arrest you if you're class' let's lights on the farm if you were a flag lapel pin you're certainly in trouble well yeah that's true so let's talk a little bit about what we have right now in michigan because we're going to have this walkout by kids next week for seventeen minutes during the course of the school day starting in the afternoon early afternoon the timing it up with what happened in the in parkland florida and and you do have teachers and you do have parents saying a hino the kids are going to become targets if they walk out of school so we got to be be careful here i'm wondering your thoughts on this because i'm not sure they're automatically targets just because they're they're gathered at mass how they targeted football games and basketball games in school plays and the like well the sad truth is in the modern era any of us who gather together become targets uh whether it's just pure in fantasy homicidal mania or if some kind of a specific terrorist threat uh wherever you've got groups the people there's there's at least a little bit of danger of the only thing that phase most of us is the fact that these events are rare because uh security in general is week i don't i don't know if i told you frank but i'm also former us army infantry sergeant and ever since i got out every time i get into a crowded place whether it's a mall or whatever i'm just disgusted at the lack of security to be honest and it couldn't get any worse for schools uh if it literally in my opinion couldn't get any worse because uh i started talking about this in public after sandy hook that was six years ago uh over five years ago anyway and i predicted that it.

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"army infantry" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"army infantry" Discussed on AP News

"The us army infantry during world war two charles thrown was 94 it wasn't easy for the rockets as they please chug freeman reports houston held off several milwaukee runs to keep their winning streak alive houston rockets extended their winning streak to seventeen in a row they took down the milwaukee bucks one ten ninety nine the rockets all the longest streak did the nba the season led by james harden 26 points he at twenty one in the first half now houston had a sloppy start they committed seven first quarter turnovers the rockets took a sixteen point lead in the third quarter the bucks got within four eric gordon hit two 3pointers to kill off the bucks rally gordon had eighteen points jantus under the kupu had 34 the box the bucks have lost six of seven chuck freeman milwaukee japan's economy grew beyond predictions for last year's fourth quarter the japanese government says the annualized growth rate was one point six percent thanks to strong domestic demand and private investment the preliminary estimate was only onehalf of 1 percent annualized growth in gdp the total value of a nation's goods and services prime minister shinzo ob as been pushing his ave ex program based on stopping deflation and loosening old sao regulations that have discouraged new and foreign businesses he's also pumped in public spending to keep growth going however critics say of economics hasn't helped the poor enough required listening with amazon music data music again the greatest guitarist of all time who alexa add this song.

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"army infantry" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"army infantry" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"And we've got a lot of veterans here people rolling up ready to try to win lakers tickets if you're come on your way here we've got a bunch of stuff that has already been delivered four for local la vats including coats and jackets and sweatshirts and and socks and underwear all that kind of stuff is here right now i want to mention shane of leho her son was just here we got a picture with them she tweeted in that her brother in law chris a gun does is eight years in the army infantry so we salute him also tauran ferguson is an army vietnam war veteran he's here as well if there is a veteran in your life or somebody in your family who has served or active military i send a tweet you can send it at venice may split use hashtag v a westwood so i can keep track of it hashtag va westwood all right so we're talking about last night's lakers lost saw these these last two nights have been the more depressing nights for the lakers since the start of the season other plank to of the better teams from the east i was gonna say i'm on one hand there are somewhat expected you there at boston boston red hot right in washington the record is in great but there are good team yeah in washington is going to be ice got more markieff morris back i mean they're going to be a good dad i mean they're going to be fourseed or a fiveseat potentially get to the eastern conference finals over there yeah good team yeah so so so that's that's that but i also think that we've got to adjust our expectations a little bit member last year when we were ten intent yes all got the ten intenet era glorious ten in that first month of the season are we were feeling so good we're like harry hey maybe this team.

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"army infantry" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"army infantry" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Say a deal wasn't in place but day hey a wink wink net that i i think there was spent five years with the taliban bob boise tell me about your son or my sons in the special forces and uh i can't tell you what brash firm thing but he went over and he went with hurd gall from the time he allow the sandbar and tell the time that he put his foot down on on allied ground and my son said that he's not putting more than a boil little peng kid that got higher to do on a job okay did you know a mom and dad were not all i don't care about bob i don't care about his mama's mom and dad are on on trials mom and dad didn't plead guilty so i don't give a damn about mom and dad bob okay gave up up so your son as pegged as a spoiled brat all right oh yeah yeah yeah what's the punishment what's the least matt a punishment you'll except send them back what's the realistic least amount of punishment you'll accept what do you mean be realistic he he converted he didn't want to be an infidel anymore he converted to islam and send them back home album with his body again aim going back pain we ain't ship put him back i appreciate the call and i get the sentiment i really do but he's not going back when i say be real be real or isak aware sandwich board on the side of the road i could see sandwich is in in board tell me i have to say sandwich board i could see sandwich board it's still fits we get another one in your bob meridian your unsuccesfully kboi go ahead bob ruling family samaranch essay double mich samaranch okay um vietnam army infantry here's what i think i think the picture has been an all the way back obama i.

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"army infantry" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"army infantry" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Workers redundant will save money and help improve refuse collection from today the raf becomes the first branch of the military where women can serve in every post it will now accept applications to join us ground fighting force the raf regiment is alldefense correspondent jonathan beal this is a significant moment for the raf every role in the air force is now open to women from fighter pilot to grant support roles the raf regiment is in effect the air force's infantry its main role is to patrol and protect their feels the regiment fought in afghanistan and suffered casualties it's relatively small just over two thousand strong and with we've been making up ten percent the force as a whole this is unlikely to be a flood of applications nor will they be the first women allowed to serve in close combat roles a few recently joined the royal armored cool for the first time but it'll be another year before women can apply to enter army infantry units and the rule marines where the call demands can be tougher sales of some vacuum cleaners restricted under eu rules from today machines using more than nine hundred wats send emitting more than eighty decibels will be banned once existing stocks run out his eye environment analyst roger harbin the new rules a part of an ongoing eu program to force manufacturers to produce appliances doing the same job but using less energy some anti eu campaigners say home to be properly cleaned if people have to buy low water each machines but energy experts say the best lowpower appliances clean just as well as high water to machines thanks to.

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"army infantry" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"army infantry" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Lichter is retired army infantry colonel he was personally recruited right commentary by the late andrew breitbart if you read his twitter you know i always have to have my i always say i have my finger by the 10second dump button casey goes on a tangent but i'm sure but he's always be good i mean kirch lecture you've never got in trouble i've never had the dump button with you one time we'll look like we can make that happen don't you dare don't don't make me hit the button because it the whole process and we got our ramp backup it goes ten seconds a will miss something important first of all thank you for this piece i know the way the left and probably some members of the the never trumpers right will will respond to you they'll say all he's the all right he's one of these these reel off the reservation all right guys and he does he's not he doesn't have the quorum we should have have you've gotten much push back for your peace yet for them i got a lot of that from the ally who may all of the caddyshack that is concerned with shag reference i too many prado khan remember prado on the the godfather cuba they all play kandahar they're tired of these guys what we're being abused beaten up hit by locks on the head you've got the pope pride weirdos wining we we we quite far what we can i don't know anybody you know i don't know better than that no people who we grew back well by the way the the the guy.

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