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Fresh update on "bly" discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

08:04 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bly" discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"They say people will quit managers not companies. It's how you are getting new people all the time as expensive costs money having good solid motivated dedicated employees works for me. That strategy is always been when I'm bringing new people into the team. I narrow it down to two or three excellent candidates and then I bring the rest of the team in and I let them make the final decision on who they want to work with. It gives them ownership. It gives them a feeling of being a king and queen they have been responsible for bringing this person in they know it's someone they want to work with they can work with and I've found that it makes teams Thrive and everything flows easier off. That reminds me when I was in college. I'm not going to mention the name of it, but it's a well-known fast food chain, right? So I was in my senior year and I had to make money off. So I was working there and we had an incredible manager. I mean everybody loved her and she went on vacation for a week and I was the second to leave because the person who came in treated us in words that I'm not going to say, but you can all imagine and everything we did. I mean, remember I burned by finger and they told me you should have one minute and then you got to get back and get on it wasn't like I'm even sorry you burned your finger, right? And so I I quit the first person was fired. I could that was just like the second day same person was there I could only imagine, you know that the that she came back and there was no team left because of the way and it was the opposite of what you were talking about exactly. I wasn't in, New Jersey. Or goodness, I couldn't do anything. Right? Right. And the thing is I think a lot of entrepreneurs and I fell into this trap myself. So I know it. Well we're so focused on well revenue is what makes my business Thrive, It's actually impact and all your people working together exactly and but then there's the call opposite of it is the cost of losing good people right or losing you know, or not hiring the right people so long if you look at it that way to gets you there faster with less resistance less struggle less cost. So that's why I think it's a really good strategy to have. Well, you know, it's conscious millionaires. It's it's about consciously making that impact and creating the profits but it's also about just making a contribution with our lives. So I'm curious as to what something you do to make a bigger contribution through your life Eric. Well, this is it. I mean, really put my focus on how can I create? How can I be a hero everyday? Do I do something heroic every day and for me that means creating kings and queens become Heroes took their own. So I look at what impact am I having on other lives positive impact and if for some reason it's a negative impact, what's the lesson to be learned there? Cuz you gotta look at both right way to look at while I made a quote-unquote mistake or had a failure. What did I learn from that will move me where the people around me faster? So that's my conscious thing everyday is dead. Am I being the king minute might hate feet Hit the Floor being it's about being more than doing for me. Am I being the king am I creating other kings and queens because that gets me towards hee-ro thought to be a hero everyday. What's a book you'd recommend for entrepreneurs that are listening. One of my favorite books and it's it's interesting cuz not a pure Business book, but it is a book about some of the things we're talking about. It's called iron John. It's a classic book by the author Robert Bly. It's a beautiful break down. He he does a a full analysis of a Grimm's Fairy Tale called iron John about a wild man and a prince and it's really is about us denying that Wild free Beast that wild person inside all of us, which is partly our Warrior and how we don't give it enough credit and what it can really do for us and the Beautiful Things we can accomplish by embracing that side of us. So I think it's a great great book for especially entrepreneurs cuz you could see where your Wildman wild woman will really help you and we're able to help people that are around you. And I want to remind you might be driving jogging doing something where you're not sitting at a desk and looking at a computer. I want to remind you that everything about today's and all of our life can be found at conscious millionaire show and then just scroll down on that page. So you see the title of today's show motivate and Inspire your team member click on that. It'll take you to the show notes and we'll have all the answers to these questions all the ways that you can contact Eric. In fact, I'm going to ask him right now. What's the best way but we'll have all the social media for him and links to everything from the show. And so Eric. I know they're probably a lot of people listening that are really connecting with what you're saying. What's the best way for them to reach you off? I always recommend LinkedIn. I love it because is a business connection and I want people to take action that will contact me. So you look me up on LinkedIn. I'm easy to find on there. Send me an image. Send me a connection request. Tell me that you heard about me on on the show and that you're looking to learn more about how to you know, create kings and queens in your in your organization. Send me the note and then we'll talk from there. I love hearing from people that way I'm curious because you're someone who's really out there playing big. What is your next Summit? And what might be a challenge that you've got to overcome to get to yet that new Mountaintop. Yeah, that's a great great question. I really do feel into this and I think one of the things is so I've got some chunks coming out. I'm working on two different books right now. And one of the things I always say is not enough time. I'm too busy time. It's all about time and I have this notion of time as this enemy and it really want to that's my Challenge and my I want to conquer that the the the concept of time and I'm too busy and there's only a certain amount that I can get a job. I mean that's that's a limiting belief of mine. And that is my next dragon to slay. Well time is one of those things we all have to deal with I deal with it all the time and I have to remind myself it's really about priority. And what is your top priority and then the trick to that priority thing is being able to just say some things aren't they're not going to get done and I'm not going with them and that's okay. You know, the final question is really our our trademark question Legacy. What is the Legacy you'd like to leave Eric? I think it goes right along with what we've been talking about this entire episode and it is legacy of Heroes. I mean to me it's what do you leave behind? You not money not you know all these things. It's the ripples we've created so it would be heroes creating Heroes creating Heroes teaching people to lift up everyone else that's around them lift them into their greatness show them that you believe in their greatness home. Help them get their on path help them on their hero's journey because they will in turn do that down the line and I don't believe there's any greater Legacy than just through generations creating hero a m e r o after hero. I want to thank you again for showing up for showing up yourself for showing up to take another step. We're here to help you do that. That's what conscious millionaire is all about helping you build a business that's going to make those High profits and it's going to fulfill you and help other people by making a positive impact. I look forward to connecting with you on the next conscious. Yin are and Eric. Thank you so much for being our featured guest today. My pleasure JV. Thanks for having me on you're absolutely welcome. I'll connect with you on the next conscious millionaire..

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Record-breaking heat wave fueling wildfires in the West

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"bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

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01:30 min | 5 months ago

"bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

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"bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

03:01 min | 5 months ago

"bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

"To Argentina. Get too many books eventually. I'd the drum insists that tonight. We will be a long night. The Road Ravina goes on insisting that there is not enough suffering. The insists that tonight. We won't be a long night. Would Ravina goes on assisting. There's not enough suffering. Go on to Vena go on growling about God. I am rubbing my face against my little face like a blackbird flying through the nieves doesn't make sense but there's a lot of fun I'm rubbing my big face against my little face like blackbirds laying swiftly to believes okay. Good that's Internet one. No got four more. I WANNA do each year. Is that too much? We'll be okay for you know I did existence word existence now. I'll do one nonexistence called eating blackberry jam. When I hear that we all belong to non-existence drive my eyes. But then they raised them out of love for the little creatures of nonexistence some say the perch become like each other to keep the shark. This is this comes out of the Aquarium in Monterrey and I saw these fish. They were in a circle all going along and I said to my friend. What the hell are they doing that for? He said to keep the shark from coming into shark. Can't get a good fix on any one of them man. That's a big excuse for crowns per to become like each other to keep the shark from zeroing in but staying alive doesn't mean they are free from non existence. The cries of the infant barn swallows rising ingeniously cries of infant burn. Swallows rising from the mud nests fastened ingeniously to the rafters. This is a farmboys poem the cries of the Infant Barnes Wallis rising from the mud nests fad ingeniously to their. After's taught me to love the skinny birds of nonexistence. Taoist with their thin beards. Fishing all day with a straight hook. You know they do that. They do that. Taoist with your thin beards. Fishing all day with the street hook tell us they have learned not to expect a whole lot from non existence and.

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"bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

03:26 min | 5 months ago

"bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

"I'm going to read that one again just for fun but also because I was aware when I got to the Lark one that you have to listen what you've read written Watch what happens. It's good to remain in bed. And listen for the a slyly hidden in sequential insanity in summer world to Earth I especially love the end hidden bins in my like the Hog snuffing for truffles followed by Skimpy Lords. And oversized firs for this gaiety. Do I need forgiveness? Does the lock need forgiveness. Words blue eggs. I don't know I put the lockdown. When leads me to the next thing? So it's bird like thing then this warming and hiding of sounds they are the Little Lo- Heavens in the nest. Now my chest feathers widen now. I'm an old hand now. I'm satisfied so so I've already said how much I love Bill. And how much I learned from him. And what an honor to be here with his his wife and his children. So here's a little poem of bills you probably know. There's a threat you follow. It goes among things that change people wonder about what you are pursuing. You have to explain about threat but it's hard for other people to see tragedies happen and get hurt or die and you suffer and get old nothing. You can nothing. You do can stop times on folding but you never ever let go of the threat. That's good come on commission cladding and that was his way of keeping hold of the thread every morning to get up and do that. You know their stories. Other people have different ways. I musician will keep holding the thread by always playing the guitar hundred. It is and tie. And that's keeping hold of the hand musicians. Great Musicians do nothing but play if there's an audience there because they got hold of Fed and if you pay him they say okay so the other day. I wrote a little conversation with Bill. I wept so much when he died and and So this poem. I've been working on fifty five or six months in. I don't tend to go but automated January conversation with Bill Seven. Well Bill Hudson like he says it's about the same it's about the same. We still waiting for human beings to catch up. You know what it's like. You wait by the car while and finally go on loan you know what it's like. Wade with a car while and finally going along and I see offend mine diety. We should go. She wrote back..

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"bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

02:14 min | 5 months ago

"bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

"That's when you bundle. Aids pundits that home on nine hundred ten that got a lot of letters from academics in Ireland or said I never knew what was until I heard that poem the vowels perhaps Wales Mourn and sing at their stone table five miles down on the ocean floor. They more in some laws but the small finish sounds that earners in in oars INS mourn as well. We don't know what perhaps vows were. All created in a moment of Sauro before creation agrees. They've not been able to sing in this life. Are we the last answer all these little stores ings level? Those guys they are mourn as well. We don't know what perhaps if I were. All created in a moment of sal before creation agreed if they've not been able to sing in this life so the lesson that'll Goo Pinette Ron. I'm seven of my just reading your section seven. It's good to remain in bed. Awhile and listen for the a slyly hidden in sick wishes. You gotta look for these things man. They hide it's good to remain in bed. While and listen for the a slyly hidden insecure and sent in summer world to Earth especially in the in hidden would bins and my mother liked the Hog snuffing truffles followed by Skimpy Lords. And oversized for for this gaiety. Do I need forgiveness? Does the lock need forgiveness. It's blue eggs. Oh so it's a bird like thing then there's warming and hiding sound these are the Little Lo- Heavens in the nest now my chest feathers wide. Now I'm an old hand now. I'm says.

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"bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

04:39 min | 5 months ago

"bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

"Needed now. Attention to how men and women the ancient and the modern warrior and the peacemaker may seek to surprise to entertain and understand one another with Robert bly. Different ways dance together. Where William Blake imagined the city of art a place of constant interactive creation? Robert bly travels the world to make this real imagine blake with students followers worthy companions. Imagine Antonio Machado with his own school. Imagine Pablo Neruda and friends camping on the earth in early summer. Maybe Noah gathered all the animals into the Ark but Robert has sought to welcome multiple dimensions of the Human Psyche into one arc of conversation as the Feminine Become Stronger. What kinds of adjustment may be opportune in the male psyche? When Americans act more like siblings than like parents? What questions may help us to truly mature in a world war in an empire with commanders? Asleep the plight of the human what can citizens and poetry encourage do. We are very lucky to welcome Robert Bly to Oregon and to be part of this conversation with him somewhere in the back row. My father is signaling to night. We have poetry friendship courage and Robert. Bly I that image of their arc and strangely enough. I thought I'd begin with probably one of the most fattest people in the Ark and agreed sweetie. So thank you for inviting me here. And thank you for those lovely introductions nuder road all kinds of forms of his life and then later in after all the political he began to do odes to simple things can order rabbit killed on the road and old to suspenders and he did an old to my socks which I loved and read and translated. He and I read it together a number of times. So this is an Ode to my socks. And you're to think of of human beings who were able to love more and more simple things of the world motto. Mardi bought me a pair of socks which he needed herself with their own to Shepard's hands to suck as often as rabbit. I slipped my feed into them as the one to two cases of twilight and skin violence socks. My feet were to fish meat or wool. Too Long sharks see blue shot through my one golden thread to immense blackbirds two cannons. My feet were honored in this way by these heavenly socks. They were so handsome that for the first time. My feet seem to me. Unacceptable like too decrepit firemen firemen on worthy of that woven. Fire glowing sucks. Nevertheless I resisted the temptation to save them somewhere. Students collect fireflies as men collect sacred texts. I assisted the mad impulse to put them into a golden cage and give them each day birdseed.

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"bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

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03:01 min | 9 months ago

"bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

"Move to Argentina. Get too many books. Eventually I'd right. The drum insists that tonight we will be a long night. The RUDRA Veena goes on insisting that there is not enough suffering. The insist that tonight. We won't be a long night. Would Ravina goes on insisting. There's not enough suffering. Go on to Vena go on growling about God I I am rubbing my big face against my little face like a blackbird flying through the knees doesn't make sense but there's a lot of fun I'm having my big face against my little face like blackbirds laying swiftly to believes okay. Good that's Internet one. No got four more. I I want to read you. Is that too much. We'll be okay for you know I did existence word existence. Now I'll I'll do. One nonexistence called eating blackberry jam. When I hear that we all belong to non-existence drive my eyes but then I raised them out of love for the little creatures of nonexistence? Some say the purchase become like each other to keep the shock. This is this comes out of the Aquarium in Monterrey and I saw these fish they were in a circle all going along. ooh And I said to my friend. What the hell are they doing that for? He said to keep the shark from coming into shark. Can't get a good fix on any one of them. That's a big excuse for crowns per to become like each other to keep the shark from zeroing in but staying alive doesn't mean they are free from non existence the cries of the infant barn swallows rising ingeniously. You know the the infant burn swallows rising from the mud nests fastened ingeniously to the rafters. This is a farmboys poem. The cries of the infant barnes rising from the mud nests fad ingeniously to their. After's taught me to love the skinny birds Eh. Taoist with their thin beards fishing all day with a straight Hook Luke. They do that they do that. Taoist with your thin beards fishing shing all day with the street hook. Tell us they have learned not to expect a whole lot from non existence. And.

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"bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

02:14 min | 9 months ago

"bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

"That's when you bundle AIDS pundits that home on nine hundred ten that got a lot of letters letters from academics in Ireland or said I never knew what was until I heard that poem the Vowels House perhaps Wales Mourn and sing at their stone table five miles down on the ocean floor they more in some laws but the small finish sounds that earners in in oars INS mourn as well. We don't know what perhaps vows were. All created in a moment of Sauro before creation agrees. They've not been able to sing in this life. Are we the last answer all these little stores ings level those guys they are mourn as well. We don't know what perhaps if I were all created in a moment of several before creation agreed if they've not been able to sing in this life so the lesson that'll Goo Pinette Ron. I'm seven of my I just reading your section seven. It's good to remain in bed. Awhile and listen for the a slyly hidden in sick wishes right. You gotta look for these things man. They hide it's good to remain in bed while and listen for the a slyly hidden hidden insecure and sent in summer world to Earth especially in the in hidden would bins. and My mother liked the Hog snuffing truffles followed by skimpy lords. And oversized. For for this this gay. Do I need forgiveness. Does the Lark need forgiveness. It's blue eggs. Oh so it's a bird like thing then this warming and hiding sound. These are the Little Lo- Heavens in the nest. Now my chest feathers widen now. Now I'm an old hand now. I'm saying.

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"bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

05:48 min | 9 months ago

"bly" Discussed on The Archive Project

"Anniversary of the beginning of the war and another side of your mind learns that also on March Nineteenth? The swallows returned to compass Toronto as they do every year. How do you live with both of those without poetry without literary arts without each of US trying to reach without Robert bly? I don't think we could my father. William Stafford was lucky in many ways but one particular stroke of luck. I should say marrying my mother. Dorothy hope among other things but in addition to that one particular stroke of luck was the friendship of Robert. Bly For this friendship brought my father other into a world at both welcomed an advanced his ways of seeing and of saying the many rooms in the mansion of Robert Bly attention are available to everyone poetry translation publishing what is written now for what is needed now. Attention to how men and women the ancient and the modern warrior and the peacemaker may seek to surprise to entertain and understand one another with Robert bly. Different ways dance together. Where William Blake imagined the city of art a place of constant interactive creation? Robert Bly UH travels the world to make this real imagine blake with students followers. We're the companions. Imagine Antonio Machado with his own school. Imagine Pablo Neruda and friends camping on the earth in early summer. Maybe Noah gathered all the animals into the Ark but Robert has sought to welcome multiple dimensions of the Human Psyche into one arc of conversation as the feminine mm-hmm and become stronger. What kinds of adjustment may be opportune in the male psyche? When Americans act more like siblings than like parents what questions may help us to truly mature in a world world war in an empire with commanders? Asleep the plight of the human what can citizens and poetry retrea encourage do. We are very lucky to welcome Robert Bly to Oregon and to be part of this conversation with with him somewhere in the back row my father is signaling to night. We have poetry friendship courage and Robert Bly the I love that image of their arc and strangely enough. I thought I'd begin with probably not one of the most fattest people in the Ark and agreed sweetie. So Oh thank you for inviting me here and thank you for those lovely introductions Bernudo road all kinds of forms of his is life and then later in after all the political he began to do odes to simple things can order rabbit killed on the road and old to suspenders and he did an. Oh my socks which I loved and read and translated. He and I read it together a number of times so this is an Ode to my socks and you're to think of of human beings who were able to love more and more simple things of the world world. Modern Mardi brought me a pair of socks which he needed herself with their own to Shepard's hands to suck as often as rabbit. I slipped my feed. got into them. As though in the two cases of twilight and skin violence socks my feet were to fish meat or wool. Aw Too long sharks see blue shot through my one golden thread to immense blackbirds two cannons. My feet were honored in this way by these heavenly socks. They were so handsome that for the first time my feet seem drew me. Unacceptable like too decrepit firemen firemen on worthy of that woven fire era of those glowing sucks. Nevertheless I resisted the temptation to save them somewhere. Students collect. Fireflies has learned. Men Collect sacred texts. I assisted the mad impulse to put them into a golden cage and give them each day birdseed.

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Dez Bryant lands one-year contract with surging New Orleans Saints

Glenn Beck

01:02 min | 2 years ago

Dez Bryant lands one-year contract with surging New Orleans Saints

"I don't obviously. But if I did because who cares? We don't care about the money because it's not our money. Well, let's make it your money guys. Would you spend three hundred and fifty million dollars? If feel competent about it on Bryce Harper. No, I wouldn't. But I do want to say thanks to listen to you make a lot of arguments there in the make a lot of sense. But you can't throw the he's never wanna playoff series, Adam. Because you're the one that's been a spa espousing for the golden bat thing there are many times where he doesn't even get a chance to win those playoffs. Series everything else in that sense rival, thank you drag. Well, that's the let's take that have ninety percent of what I say all the time makes sense. Listen. Traits usually fifties ninety. I mean, that's that's pretty good. But that's the problem dry. Problem with baseball. You're going to pay a guy standing Gundy said this yesterday, you're going to pay three hundred and fifty million dollars who comes up four to five times a game. It's ridiculous. And when he comes off you bats to forty eight it's absurd absurd. Absurd. I listen. I agree with you. And yet he's going to get it from somebody. As is Scott Boris, his agent says Harper's bazaar is now open. Okay. We'll see where that goes. All right. Let's go to college. Let's start in basketball for Zion. Williamson RJ Barrick camera Duke. Did it Kentucky? I have said Stuart's gonna make people pay attention to college basketball before we normally do which is after the Super Bowl. Yeah. It made us. I mean, listen, we've never talked about college basketball so early in the season ever in the history of our show, and we were talking about it yesterday because Duke stole the show they stole the sports worlds. I am Williamson. The thing about Zion. Williamson guys he was a YouTube sensation before this. So everyone knew about this. But to see play out against Kentucky article and to see that he's just not a dunker. He's the guy who has actual game. He has range. He has touched. He could distribute the ball. It is it is absolutely breathtaking. It was amazing to watch. And. Yeah, we're all going to tune into watch. These freshmen bly and watched it fifteen play at see if maybe if they can go undefeated. Maybe it'll be the best team ever, which is saying something when you consider the school. We're talking about it was amazing. It was fun to watch. They had made college basketball interesting in a way that it hasn't been the regular season for college basketball in a way that it hasn't been since maybe the fab five I don't know what the last time we were interested in a college basketball team. Yeah. Your rights. Do we we had this note today dukes go to one hundred and eighteen points in that debut? There were twenty NBA teams in action last night and they play eight minutes longer. None of them got one hundred. Yeah. Utah Utah was a crisis. They got one hundred seven Stu, and by the way, they did it against Kentucky, by the way. Kentucky. Jank John Calipari was sitting there with his laws look on his face. And I can't believe that coach K is now doing what I've been doing for years because coach guys going to do it better than I've been doing the thirty four point loss for Calipari. His worst ever as a college or NBA coach going to college football the first two weeks of the rankings. We have pretty much pick who they were going to be where do you see the possibility of a shakeup happening going in the next few weeks? Well, Mike, this is interesting. Right. And I have a question for you guys are related to college football. But this is interesting. So let's say Georgia beats Alabama in the SEC championship game. There's no scenario which Alabama is not getting it. But what happens there? So does Michigan get bounced out? Once Notre Dame get bounced out, Mike, I would ask you this because they put this committee together to have some sort of vision. Where does this not the four undefeated teams make it to the final four, Mike? Michigan played Notre Dame right now the debt are they neutral field who do you think would win that game? Who was the better to there is no way. Saying michigan. Everybody's saying Michigan would blow out Notre Dame Michigan has gotten better. So is Notre Dame? You realize Notre Dame did since that first game. They have a quarterback who leads the nation in completion percentage. Okay. So yeah, he's heard he's going to miss this game. We'll be back next week. So to say that all of a sudden Michigan with blowout. Notre Dame to me is ridiculous has Michigan gotten better. Absolutely. They've gotten better. But you asked me I've already said if Georgia beats Alabama they're both in Clemson wins out there in and if Notre Dame wins out there in and Michigan is going to get left out. Now, Paul finebaum went the other way. He thinks Michigan may get in over. Notre an undefeated Notre Dame team. I don't think that would happen. But then again, I'm not one of the thirteen that are that are picking that are deciding this.

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"bly" Discussed on Only A Game

Only A Game

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"bly" Discussed on Only A Game

"And we might as well start that story with susan be anthony well that's that's kind of where i started so it is a good place to start that sumei see a few years back she was researching a book about nelly bly it was nelly bly that's what it was right so anneli bly was eight journalist one of the first investigative reporters of any gender and one of the first female reporters of the day ends so she was a feminist and she loves to interview famous women so at one point she interviewed susan be anthony and susan be anthony declared that she stands and salute every time she sees a bicycle and this was the part that really katsumi sees attention she said that bicycles did more to emancipate women than anything else in the world uh and i thought why is this feminist icon talking about a piece of athletic equipment basically yeah i mean when i first read that quote i think that can't possibly be true right right but but it was the 1890s when the bicycle explosion took place in the united states women led rather restrictive lives women's clothing was restrictive they were corsets and maung heavy skirts their movements were restricted unmarried women were rarely allowed to go anywhere without a shop around their physical activity was restricted they were kept indoors to protect their delicate constitution and the bicycle changed all that suddenly they needed clothes that were more practical for riding a bike so for practical reasons clothing started to get more reasonable.

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"bly" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

Elevation Church Podcast

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"bly" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

"Now as injured this man you can't see you've never been able to see but you can here it doesn't say he was death he was bly so you hear that jesus is close by and you heard of jesus is very wellknown and you hear the people talking about your situation you condition why you are this way and what's wrong with you and who messed up in so you hear analysts who knows and then jesus star sum up i came to do the works of god and while it is day while there's life so this man has heard i'm sure he's heard that jesus can open blind eyes and when jesus open blind born amazes is he just touched him and his eyes were open so now this man has an expectation because he can hear he can here so he's expecting i'm sure is expecting jesus is going to heal me lucky barred may as you know he'd love people well check this out verse five over six one of my favorite miracles in the history of the miraculous after saying this jesus spin on the ground what are the next three works say made some mud with the saliva and put it on the man's eyes now some of yellow will it's holy spirit but but check this out is still spit i mean this poor guy he is the hits keep come in for this fellow you see what i'm saying is like all right here i am blind everybody else can see they're talking about what made me this way and i had no control over it and now here comes jesus and so maybe he is expecting when jesus shows up he's going to speak the word of healing you know be he'll site.

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"bly" Discussed on Citation Needed

Citation Needed

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"bly" Discussed on Citation Needed

"Insane to say no you're still waiting a preliminary you saying oh i don't say no start this and i started out of all the places that nelly stopped to she traveled the world which was her favorite a puget unsound remain the straitjacket of gibraltar sees stockholm syndrome or it's in carl youngstown ohio i like that last one i'm gonna go it carl youngstown ohio is folks rated placed bad and it's a dead city now yeah yeah it was great that all right obviously like all iconic figures the milky way babe ruth and charleston had a gambling named after her what was it was it a the nelly belt at nutters stutters crazy net via poor d daffy tafea why it's got to be nutters stutters because it's it's insulting to two different groups of an answer well unlike allies question mine actually involves real things that were named after her she was jewish most famous in her time for investigative journalism she's most famous today as a person with a lot of weird shit named after a of the following actual things that are named after her which is the weirdest a parlor car only express train that's most remembered for a spectacular wrecked that killed seventeen people and 1901 b now he bligh's old time icecream parlor and river to new jersey mostly noteworthy because they basically mispell every word but ice in the in the name was it see the nelly bly kaleidoscope shopping jerome arizona the world's largest kaleidoscope shop and not because there aren't others apparently it seems like they'll be an easy title the take great but or or was it d the round the world with nelly bly board game in which players compete to see who could mary the oldest and least healthy millionaire i think he was seventy one she was like my age i'm gonna go with the kaleidoscope shot just because i love a world where there's more than one live without world.

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"bly" Discussed on Citation Needed

Citation Needed

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"bly" Discussed on Citation Needed

"Now for love life nelly later married a millionaire and you know why because she fucking deserve to and just like she deserved that fokker died pretty quickly and left over his business but she prove not to be a very good businessperson the company folded but not before she invented a new milk canister designed probably because she hadn't had any patents to her name yet so why the fuck not i put a balloon on the end of a turkeybased her to pick up cds for a science fair it was pretty ingenious also held a record briefly for break the target super smash brothers original think she's better than me time after doing all this stuff she go back in time and cough honor all guess i'll go back to my time and have some penicillin after her company polish went back to journalism sheikh cover the eastern front world war one and a women's suffrage movement unfortunately nearly died young at the age of fifty seven probably from accomplishing too much shit and running out of not giving any fox i letter was pneumonia the record is not super included via the summarize what you've learned in onesentence what would that sentence pizza that most people make me feel lazy but nelly blind makes me feel policy positively dead by comparing him all right so do you feel confident defaced the gauntlet of bly based questions from our panel i'd be insane to say no.

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"bly" Discussed on Citation Needed

Citation Needed

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"bly" Discussed on Citation Needed

"Her newspapersponsored a guessing contest all aware in the world is nelly bly and he offered a prize that the person who guest her arrival back in new york down to the second jesus christ the world is to be boring as for us honor adventure as a nelly visited a leper colony in china best porn tab ever even now in sideways they don't tell you them sideways and she bought a monkey in singapore that the second best porn us what your hands together sees still put your hand and it's the monkey as souvenirs goes beat stuff buck and spooned collection bye goddamn meyer were third or or a best friend made of your own hair i don't like it you can give did i threw it away see so for you didn't one of these little for a newly arrive back in new york seventy two days after she left having completed a journey of over twenty four thousand miles almost all of it alone and setting a world record for having done cooler shit than anyone currently listening to the show when i was a kid i once went to the slightly less white suburb next ours i was pretty pretty exhilarating took me way less than seventy two days after queues six baht hurt email i feel like x hands everyone is not going gonna write in at once of feel like we're burying the lead though you should seventy two days which second yeah i don't know how we can appear circa.

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"bly" Discussed on Citation Needed

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01:36 min | 3 years ago

"bly" Discussed on Citation Needed

"Her response to impress the editors she was asked to write an article for the dispatch and her new article the girl puzzle landed her a fulltime job what to dispatch the editor created this new pseudonym nelly bly for which being a newspaper editor he actually fucking misspelled witnesses soon on him he chemists peletier ended up in named it after a popular song head just got it wrong get this side it the reason i can't smells because everything i write is a suit of fat no nuts humanistic velde sudafed his show meta it's so matter i love that makes sense because all of his essay should be behind glass should have to get permission to film tonelli began her career writing about the role of women factory workers a job than in the garbage time late 1800s and strangely the current 2000s was a miserable difficult life and the results like reconstruction greater awesome now as a result use was to cover the women's pages which meant riding fluffed pieces that noone really cared about the citation needed story which are secure all here so at the age of twenty while so no one listened to care about everyone who listen to the show is on it it's a fine then it's weird when five people masturbate at once you think we can help each other out i don't know i don't see how that's where the age of twenty or you're not an fraternity.

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"bly" Discussed on Citation Needed

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01:32 min | 3 years ago

"bly" Discussed on Citation Needed

"Our people side of the warehouse out house hen house farmouse poor end mad house in that order muslims and we are grateful if you'd like to learn how to join the ranks no dough what would as plo door if you'd like to learn how to join their ranks be sure to stick around at the end of the show with that out of the way tell us heath what persian plays thing concept phenomena or event will be talking about today all right we'll be talking about nelly belie journalist inventor adventurer charity worker and all around bad s all right and tom usually of a little more animated than usual or your hopped up on trucker speed the tears of our our pressures are are you finally ready to teach us something i don't know why these see mutually exclusive fair enough all right so tell us tom if you can stop popping yellow jackets enable nitrate long enough to form a coherent sentence who was nelly blah hey don't judge my lifestyle noah you're basically a snowman of cigarette ashes at this point solis in it like it's a bad now we bly was about the most money where her fucking mouth is bad asked journalist ever she was born elizabeth jane cocker nineteen sixty in pennsylvania which admittedly as gross the towns you grew up in with acting in cochran mills after her father a mill worker decided just fuck it any bought the mail and bunch of land and basically the town because the family that bad asas together.

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"bly" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"bly" Discussed on KKAT

"Lose weight the first thing you have to do you have to lose weight you're going to get all the health benefits with it and uh so that happens at all ages what we gotta star wanting things down here what can skinny d do for someone listening right now that is interested in what we've been talking about well all the list is long but i'll try to wrap it up here you're gonna start losing weight at a pretty quick pace you're gonna you're gonna start senior skin looks better your nails are look better people are gonna look better but that's not where it stops people are going to get more energy they're going to lower their cholesterol maintain their blood sugars reduce pain by decreasing inflammation and on and in by doing that you have better mood you're going to be less depressed sleep better just gonna get a better sense of wellbeing this is a opportunity to really improve overall health well dr again unfortunately we have only a few minutes left here is there anything else that you want to share with our listeners today before uh before we sign off bly could keep going for awhile m a biggest point is it this is a very good investment in health and could be the least expensive health benefit you could possibly get yourself involved in we just talked about all the benefits you can see from this product in has huge rewards people over to themselves to give this to try and see if they can better their lives and just don't give up that's the biggest thing give this a try and start enjoying life i think that's great advice and dr again again thank you so much for taking time at a busy schedule to be with us today thank you i folks here's your last chance if you.

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"bly" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

The No Film School Podcast

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"bly" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

"A3rdi haven't seen it also commended at the only bly yet think alike john in covington afflicts on june thirteen is a hello on broadwaynow we don't single out comedy specials very often on the show but since netflixing is releasing an onslaught of them this year at if we want to highlight this one as one to checkout usually at put comedy specials on though on a ticket nap but dont do that for this one i saw over low on broadway in person last fall and it was honestly the best piece of life comedy slash diederwhateveri've seen in my anti lifewhile and you're a trained to our i've seen a lot of stuff and like this was really fresh a half of the shows improvised and then the other half is this really you know i loosely structured sort of story that allows room for improvisation i if you're not familiar with the premise of the show it's it's stems from two comedians nick role and johnmullany who play two elderly upperwest side roommate's named gilfis on endorsing egeland respectively who have their own cable access tv show called a too much tuna i already either a they've been these characters for i think like decades like it something they both started off a doing at very young age together i feel like all its missing is stevebro uh yeah it's it's definitely like a sketch it started from scratch comedy um but as i said the plays largely improvise in every night they would have a different guest on the show uh the the broadway show to get pranked with a sandwich that would have entirely too much tuna it's really really funny and if you wanna see to actors that are able to fully inhabit their characters to the point where they can just think like them and spout out whatever would come to the top of their mind in that given situation you definitely need to check out a hello i can't wait.

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