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"badri" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside
"You. You need to ask yourself. Are you doing everything you can to improve yourself. Not for her. Not for the kids. That will come. That's that's that's a result of you taking care of yourself. That are you doing everything you can to develop and your level of self worth and self respect. That's the first question you ask yourself an inventory and if you're falling short in one department okay now you know that gives you the benchmark so you can build upon that and get better and improve and develop and grow and as you do that. I think what you're gonna find is that she becomes more agreeable. She becomes easier to work with. Because there's not a whole lot of contention. There might be things that you're doing that raise barriers and walls for her now. I'm not saying that she doesn't have issues that she needs to work out. Maybe she does probably she does just like all of us but you can focus on your component of it and then you once you do that you have more authority delay the groundwork right because if i go if i go to my wife and let's say i've been a fat slob for ten years. Eat whatever. I want a drink whenever i want. I don't exercise. I don't diet do nothing to take care of myself physically. And then i go to her. Because she's put on a few pounds and i say hon really think you oughta maybe go to the gym. How do you think that's going to gym membership for christmas right. How do you think that's going to play out. Okay now. let's let's change this up a little bit. If i've been in shape and i'm dieting and exercising in. I take care of myself. And i take care of my body and and she puts on a few pounds. I would argue. Probably wouldn't even happen. Because you're the leader of the home and she's going to be influenced by that but if she does and i come to it and i approach. It's still going to be a touchy subject. But i approach it with a level of respect but also from a position of authority because she looks at me and sees what i'm doing and i say hey hon. I really think is a family. We ought to do this more so we can all be healthy. How you feel about yourself you. You approached it from that perspective. Still going to be a touchy situation. Not saying that. But you have the authority to be able to broach that conversation when we're at this event badri said something very interesting. He said you know. I can look at your boys and i can match them up with their fathers just by looking at the body types. Yeah i can look at your boy. And i can look at you and i know that your father and son without knowing your father and son and he said that should be a good thing not a bad thing and that goes to this question about authority influence. The way that you're showing up the way she's gonna respond majority of the time not always because people have their own their own free will but the majority of the time. You're gonna find that the people around you are going to respond based on who you are and how you personally are performing so you want other people to perform different. You perform differently in if you perform differently. She's going to respond to that. But there's a lot of books you can go look up. I can't find that book that we were we were looking at. But there's all sorts of books on boundaries and crucial conversations. Which is another book. That i think would address this this subject and then the boundaries conversation we had earlier on this podcast all right so called action a couple of things we talked about. I mean we started a new quarter at the beginning of july. For you guys that are wanting to get on task and work on your goals for the next quarter. Sign up for the battle planning app to learn more about that app. Go to twelve week. That's one that The numbers one to twelve week battle.
"badri" Discussed on Distorted View Daily
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"badri" Discussed on Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast
"One that's originally went on lake disappeared. Because owed and took the enchantment aquaphor and put it on badri bill so he could transfer back to his normal self even even though he had been you know enhanced by his people faced which i understand which within the context of doing that. The writers read the books. What you did was actually the chance for permanent name chetan permanently and bitter bill and then took his true self into himself. Lets him with took a part of a german guard. Now is both guided. Scary is now also genetically altered. Illion race uber humid. But yeah i mean. I like it i like how and i. It seems to me the perfect balance strenuous writing needles. This seems like a needle that they read without making. You feel like oh yeah. We had this read this table. This feels like this feels like an organic understanding of how this being coming through. This moment would seal how. He's going to approach other things after that moment because as he says it's not like he asked to have crazy else hair and beard because he's as guardian and it's like no sores. I take a shower shower. Cut my hair. I'm gonna shave. My beard is gonna be a respectable. Don blake like broken. The broke the staff so that or can never come back. Although i doubt that's the case i don't even think any the is actually dead yet. In fact i hope pointless he set them to another dimension. Although even that it seems as the blood like dude. Why are you all here. 'cause when you look at that scene it looks like oh yeah okay. There's a big on the hill but even if you see 'em the other crime watcher sending this to the So you guys. Refugees were what's What's here why are you here. It doesn't look like they're under attack in there in the midst of a battle. It looks like everyone just like standing around like oh okay. Guardians showed up for some reason. I don't imagine a big battle coming from that. What i'm sure the prominent have some guy battle to fight but at the same time like oh okay. That's interesting. i don't know where this is all gonna go. Although i did like the fact that as.
"badri" Discussed on Software People Stories
"You got the fitness. Would you got the the mental condition you got you know like pretty much eight seven people so it's not just a battle me to just for the player also for all the people in war so i think from at at at a time. Obviously when you're there you you limit yourself to a more like a one easter four ratio. Because that's all the can handle especially former psychology standpoint because then it becomes two conflicting but then when there's when your team set up you pretty much are going to allocate a solidly for months and you're just dedicated with the team and in that time when when it's not like sport never ends you know like gigot and tennis are how the operators like. It's pretty much if you combine. The two fifty two weeks isn't enough. Plays a lot of tickets and then you have. Tennis is like thirty five to forty weeks a year so on the because it's the individual side of things on that you're able to balance a timeout and also the kind that you only have spent at the when it's when they are really to a new the amount of time spent it's more extensive but once they are with for a long time then you can pretty much structure your time accordingly. So it's a combination. It's like i've learned initially it's like dick everything and anything and everything later now. Over the last seventy years. I think i wouldn't say. I've often it but i found a way to kind of now. Everything is immoral but back in the days was like okay. How my i. Seeing travel to india helmet balancing chivers and how traveling within and that was my individual talents as far as the relationship is sometimes it's one on one and sometimes it's one too many and we are kind of in a much better space now. Many be have the maturity model rate in software As the management may jobs they do let off on ecstasy and the buyer division. Though when you're talking about being the number of what. Yes i was wondering how do you do context So much context your switch between just between people between leadership and vendors adding i was and this as coal lumber although incidents than than of gold later than the so you prevail before envy of interaction fascinated descendant.
"badri" Discussed on Software People Stories
"We have an exciting and unusual episode lineup for listeners of software people story spot cast. Oh august but renard einon began. His career as a software engineer and today is a mental conditioning coach. Leadership coach and organizational management coach. He's used various data models and data to keep himself in his coaches in sync throughout the process. He's worked with some top players in spotlight. Cricket and tennis buddy talks about his consulting experiences with leadership. coaching and organizational change management in medieval management companies. This is an exciting conversation. Maybe see a confluence of technology in sport. Buddy and host guides are poking about how all started in. What battery does tune into this folks <unk>. People starting by the app. Have you heal absolutely might sourcing. Thanks for taking such lately. Me fall from the bay area. Lake all the podcast guests. I laid to feel your says an introduction bloodless most absolutely i think i think thank you for having me here and it's been long coming but i wanted to kind of chess insights on sleep it off myself. I do. I am a i would say. A software guy turned sports psychologists mental conditioning coach. And i've been in the field right now for close to san whoa trails close. Nearly twenty plus years now the holding has an alchemy from being a software percent spoke psychology person and how suffer has been an integral part had out on the psychology side of things. That's pretty much my stuff and you know and then <hes>. Been working a lot of <hes>. Cricketers <hes>. Tennis players and davidson is pretty much named on the sports of things and also on the industrial side of things that have been working closely with material management companies and helping them out on the leadership coaching side of things and also the organizational development along with in a how with the hr side about how psychologists helps and again how software to us has out in you know making changes and you know into development and also on the redo a lot of a lot of lenses and how data is a data warehousing can call it that has been a significant part in athletes are development. That's pretty much that there's a big enchilada but so we like to try to break it down as much as possible. I think <hes>. If i can now safely say you must be the first guest innovative podcast. Who had such a baby expedients across different industries from being software. I know you would up project management of that shed. What led you into psychology ethics. Psychology has been an integral part. Like you know because i was <hes>. I used to play a lot of tennis in college. And be it in my <hes>. Bachelor's masters but also you know like i grew up and sport has been an integral part of me. Obviously when you lose especially new sports you knew the lar- so using orleans has an impact on on your on your psyche. South always intrigued by the psychology of things in the bag was a rations book reader so he went fascinating lot of box bar what colleges and kicked on the nfl believe it. I was thinking that just fate and why losing and then <hes>. From there that journey was part of always there as in the back of my mind but then obviously you you go into engineering and on you go into that aspect of life and sport is also an integral part for me that the psychology was always lingering behind <hes> in my in my mindset and even in in walk and think when i was doing product management quality assurance it was always coming down locked to a your soft skills. And you're obviously where you have to because you're not just beaming with deliverables. But he also dealing with with people and how that how psychology plays such a such a big there <hes>. I think that was so it helped me immensely there but at the same time it was also challenge to kind of like because sodas always about to woman's and you obviously like what you give is what you get a hit. It was more about learning to push the right kind of buttons especially people. It's what person push that's gonna help them. Perform that was a very unique challenge on the software side of things. In sport it is comparatively a lot more easier. Because it's there's lots of hardness stewart. I think i think that made a for me to pursue <unk>. Shift from project management of this. It's still the same the essence or the principles behind. It are still the same. But i guess the obviously the methods and the processes behind odd. And that's that's where. I was churning between the two and <hes>. And found a way. I know it's like talk to explain it. At some point you find a we do <hes>. Gel between and i still do a lot of consulting work on that front. But i think it's now i see it as a as tool it's been a
Game, Set and Mind with Badri Narayanan
"We have an exciting and unusual episode lineup for listeners of software people story spot cast. Oh august but renard einon began. His career as a software engineer and today is a mental conditioning coach. Leadership coach and organizational management coach. He's used various data models and data to keep himself in his coaches in sync throughout the process. He's worked with some top players in spotlight. Cricket and tennis buddy talks about his consulting experiences with leadership. coaching and organizational change management in medieval management companies. This is an exciting conversation. Maybe see a confluence of technology in sport. Buddy and host guides are poking about how all started in. What battery does tune into this folks People starting by the app. Have you heal absolutely might sourcing. Thanks for taking such lately. Me fall from the bay area. Lake all the podcast guests. I laid to feel your says an introduction bloodless most absolutely i think i think thank you for having me here and it's been long coming but i wanted to kind of chess insights on sleep it off myself. I do. I am a i would say. A software guy turned sports psychologists mental conditioning coach. And i've been in the field right now for close to san whoa trails close. Nearly twenty plus years now the holding has an alchemy from being a software percent spoke psychology person and how suffer has been an integral part had out on the psychology side of things. That's pretty much my stuff and you know and then Been working a lot of Cricketers Tennis players and davidson is pretty much named on the sports of things and also on the industrial side of things that have been working closely with material management companies and helping them out on the leadership coaching side of things and also the organizational development along with in a how with the hr side about how psychologists helps and again how software to us has out in you know making changes and you know into development and also on the redo a lot of a lot of lenses and how data is a data warehousing can call it that has been a significant part in athletes are development. That's pretty much that there's a big enchilada but so we like to try to break it down as much as possible. I think If i can now safely say you must be the first guest innovative podcast. Who had such a baby expedients across different industries from being software. I know you would up project management of that shed. What led you into psychology ethics. Psychology has been an integral part. Like you know because i was I used to play a lot of tennis in college. And be it in my Bachelor's masters but also you know like i grew up and sport has been an integral part of me. Obviously when you lose especially new sports you knew the lar- so using orleans has an impact on on your on your psyche. South always intrigued by the psychology of things in the bag was a rations book reader so he went fascinating lot of box bar what colleges and kicked on the nfl believe it. I was thinking that just fate and why losing and then From there that journey was part of always there as in the back of my mind but then obviously you you go into engineering and on you go into that aspect of life and sport is also an integral part for me that the psychology was always lingering behind in my in my mindset and even in in walk and think when i was doing product management quality assurance it was always coming down locked to a your soft skills. And you're obviously where you have to because you're not just beaming with deliverables. But he also dealing with with people and how that how psychology plays such a such a big there I think that was so it helped me immensely there but at the same time it was also challenge to kind of like because sodas always about to woman's and you obviously like what you give is what you get a hit. It was more about learning to push the right kind of buttons especially people. It's what person push that's gonna help them. Perform that was a very unique challenge on the software side of things. In sport it is comparatively a lot more easier. Because it's there's lots of hardness stewart. I think i think that made a for me to pursue Shift from project management of this. It's still the same the essence or the principles behind. It are still the same. But i guess the obviously the methods and the processes behind odd. And that's that's where. I was churning between the two and And found a way. I know it's like talk to explain it. At some point you find a we do Gel between and i still do a lot of consulting work on that front. But i think it's now i see it as a as tool it's been a
"badri" Discussed on WTOP
"Career path visit Ung si dot e. D u Certified to operate in Virginia by chef Good Sunday evening, It's 10 28 traffic and weather together on the HBO go to return her in the traffic center. Right. Traveling on the Beltway in Virginia on the outer Loop just passed route 50 Arlington Boulevard, where the onramp Badri joins the Beltway and before the exit for Gallows Road, the crash more less confined to the shoulders, Traffic is able to get by in both the transition lane as well as the through lanes. The crash on the inner loop of the Beltway that remains along the left side. You get by two lanes to right there. That's right near gallows road. So kind of a busy night, right there in Annandale as a result of a couple of crashes now in the Maryland 95 north, found before to 16, right near the bridge over the buttocks in the debris has been clear from the roadway. There is one disabled vehicle over on the right shoulder. But be aware North found Baltimore Washington Parkway before you get to the bell, we just passed a good luck right over past. Crash along the left side with response on seeing you squeeze by single file to the right now in the district D. C to 95 South As you approach the exit for the inbound 11th Street bridge there westbound 6 95. They stopped traffic temporarily there as a result of the crash. There's also crash on I 2 95 North also Well, folks trying to get to thean Bad 11th Street bridge that maybe in the process of clearing as well, so hopefully a little bit better now and Maryland of one additional incident. It's going to be sat down to 70 just south of Democracy boulevard before you get down to the Beltway, that Christ there along the left side of the roadway, Rich hunter W to be traffic rich. Thank you. Now let's get your storm team for four day forecast. Here's NBC for Samara Theodore a spectacular weekend but things change at the top of the week. So here's the deal tonight after midnight. Rain starts to move.
"badri" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"In this show. Craves red meat at times. Burgers count yet. Your damn right. They all the time. Yes. Hey, you're a reptile Pilion reptile up to Nick. Yeah, I have the I have the hunger reptilian got Monica same reptilian. Yes, one hundred percent. I'm all about the meats, you have all of me. That's all I do. We love the on call. Sherry remember the not cult leader said, there's only certain types of people who crave the raw meat because they crave the blood, those with the vampire, demon in them. And she said, she warned Stephen that Barbara was possessed when the demon manifested in her. If it was the demon or Elizardo, if she hadn't both the human is no match for that kind of supernatural strength. Do you get a priest for this type of thing or like an exotic I don't? Jefferey of some Nick. Yeah. Get us. Sherry Schreiner for the program tomorrow. Okay. On the night of his death, Barbara and Steven had been drinking at a bar until two back at home. Stephen suggests occa-, this is two in the morning after a night of drinking. Stephen suggests they had out in the woods and fire the gun. Playedter back in the bedroom. Still distraught about his falling out with Sherry and her followers. The way the way Barbara says it he pressed the gun to his own head grabbed her hands and forced her to the pull the trigger. She said, she never knew that the gun was loaded that ends up being. I think it's less about demons and lizards and more about alcohol fireball shots till two in the morning, and then say, hey, you guys dude, I do guys way before before everybody falls asleep by wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. Totally go shooting, the gun, the dark woods, brother kind of did this. When we were we were up at Intego where, you know, you over serve sometimes, and, and he had a couple of cocktails, we get back to the house, and he's like you guys, do you guys. Let's see. Let's go on a walk. And I'm like, no, we're not going on a walk. Like it'll be great. We're going to go for a just go walk around the block. And I'm like, go to bed. No. But he's going for a walk. Oh man. When you that you are the one who is the voice of reason. The person is off the rocker you guys ever you guys ever tried to catch a crossbow bolt. All right. Yeah. Tasty tuesday. That's Nielsen Badri is gonna come and save the dignity of this show. What, Monaco on.
"badri" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Rid of time. When people are very empowered to change for themselves that which has not been healthy for their environment that which has not been healthy for themselves their their heart their diabetes or cancer. And you know, these are scary things you're seeing people say like, okay government. I no longer trust you, and I'm voting with my dollars. And every time you make that decision. You really are empowered. You know, it's funny. You talk about one group hating the other. What about the rest of us that hate both of them, which is probably the majority of the public. They're all eating beyond me. The rest of the public. Hard sides. How about somebody that thinks separately and makes decisions on a case by case basis? I like it. Well, I'm looking forward to hearing your podcast. I have not had the opportunity as of yet. You came highly recommended to me, and I can see why from our mutual friend. Mark Thompson who a it was a great guy. And I hope that you come. This was too short. Will you come back? Oh, I'd love to come back so much to talk about politics, or you can go through all this stuff because I think it ties into a lot of things, and I love that your energy, and your positively about the direction that we're going is is a fun direction for everyone. I would love to be back because we haven't even talked about my favorite restaurants. So lots dish on and my favorite dishes. Just one just give us one dish and one and one favorite. Okay. Well, I'll say go to Elizabeth alfono dot com, and you will find a kick butt meatless, Meatloaf. So you got to do that. And then I love sage it's an echo park. It's also in city love love sage and if you're going on date night plant food wine on abbot Kinney, it's pricier, but Matthew Kenney can't go wrong. But sage every day. I'm all about it. Yeah. That's a sexy. One to there in Venice. Young. Vegans is really. If you're on a on a date night. That's a great place. Sage wonderful. And I'm just curious. What is the stuff in meatless? Oh, okay. Well, first of all it all comes down to spices people. So even meet what tastes makes me tastes like meat spices. So word of the wise, go by yourself, lots of human. But so in my Meatloaf, besides all my spices, which can get into maybe next time. I'm here. It's if if chestnuts on season, it's chestnuts Keno wa mushrooms, sauteed onions, and celery, and lentils, and then he put it in a blender, and I pack it like in Meatloaf, and I have a really fresh tasty tomato paste, and I've got all my spices, cumin paprika, oregano, bagel bay, basil soy and a little bit of teriyaki, and I put those altogether with my Tangy tomato, paste and. Oh, yeah. You would. Freaky, like fifteen grams of protein per serving not that you've even talked to me about that. That's another conversation. We can have a plant based athletes. We haven't even talked about that. But yeah, there's just you're gonna feel so good. Time for to come back on because I'd like to get into all of these things are go vegan. Love is the fourth quarter. Badri KFI, Los Angeles. K F..
"badri" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"And yesterday, although it snowed off and on throughout the day up here, they never had to shut down the grapevine that was the concern that grapevine and even know why they call it that the grapevine, but that's that's really hairy going up into Bakersfield or down into Bakersfield or coming up away from Bakersfield because you get into those sharp turns eighteen. Dealers around you, and some of those turns aren't, you know, they're not wide enough where an eighteen we're looking really stay in its lane. And it's all over the place, the wind and the rain and the snow. It's really a a dangerous. Hang. That that that grapevine why they call it that same day. No. Call it the grapevine became through. Oh, why angel? Why is it called the grapevine? You know, I don't know. I think because as you look at it from the birds from bird's eye view, it looks like a great fun because it winds through the hills. That's so dumb. I mean, especially coming from a professor, that's like something. Like a third grader? But there are also is. There is a town called grapevine other it in. Yeah. Oh, that's but it is that right? Okay. The snow wasn't. Why is that because at an elevation of v fourteen ninety nine feet the community is located at the foot of a grade known as the grapevine that starts at the mouth of grapevine canyon. Oh, all right. A lot of people on the north side on the north side of the grapevine referred to that as the ridge route allies, we referred to it as the great. There you go. All right. We're all set the snow was at sticking to the five freeway, and that's really thanks to Cal. Trans their crews were doing runs up here with sand and Brian solutions that they were dropping while CHP officers were running traffic breaks to help slow down drivers as for today's condition. The cold is not a concern only up here the county public health department. They put Brian on streets. I didn't know that Brian is used for. I'll tell you who uses brine a lot. Cheap steakhouses because Brian will turn six ounce steak into a twenty ounce steak you soak in enough brine, and it expands I'm not going to say which steakhouse which cheap steakhouse does this. They they almost deal exclusively in brine. And it really puffs the stake up. I'll bet Nielsen Badri would know more about that department is issued a cold.
"badri" Discussed on Jocko Podcast
"He was walking the beach. And there was a fisherman that was fishing with a net and catch. Ching crafts, and he was putting the crabs in a bucket, and you know, it's really morning, and the guy's name Badri was Culion and bedrose was watching this happen early in the morning and looked in the bucket, and there was about ten crabs and probably about five gallon bucket and probably about eight inches of water. And he kept watching as one crab would climb up and grab on to the edge of the bucket and try and pull itself out. And he liked tells the fisherman. Hey, hey, man, I wanna let you know, you're gonna lose one of your crops, and the fishermen doesn't even turn around look at him keeps drawing net. And it goes watch. What happens and bedrose kind of steps back and he looks down into the bucket, and he watches all the other crabs grab onto that other crab and pull him back down. And he had this epiphany moment of the circle of influence. He had in his life. And he was like oh my God. I have crabs in my life. He's like I have people that I want to climb up and be better. And they're pulling me down and it is unequivocally. True. I mean, it's. It's something I brought up to the bud students yesterday said if you want to be the best seal you need to surround yourself with the guys who are driven disciplined, and they're pushing themselves to the edge. If you want to go to the next level, you need to surround yourself with the guys who are either already there. They spire to get there. Because if you're going to surround yourself with people who are content to just drink and not move forward at all they're going to try and pull you into that circle because they're going to feel threatened that you don't want to do what they're doing. And they want you to assimilate with them bursts driving forward and being successful. It's unfortunate. It's just kind of a way of life. It's horrible. It's horrible situation. So watch out for it. Because it's everywhere. So how did you end up? So you graduate high school and go to recruiter and boom, right? I mean, any any other particular things around the recruitment process? Yeah. The recruitment process was actually I actually kinda got off track a little so I went to the recruiting station. As soon as I decided I wanted to be a seal I went to the recruiting station. So I was fifteen years old this ninety five pound weakling and walk into the recruiting station. And I'm like, hey, I wanna be a seal, and there was an old crusty. I mean, he was like an old school probably twenty five years six and just crust is all get out..
"badri" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Okay. So now, we're going to get we do this every year just prior Super Bowl Super Bowl foods. And I always ask you about finger foods and not Jeffrey Dahmer finger foods, pre bowls foods. I'm glad that we do this before the Super Bowl. It would be weird to do it around thanksgiving time. There are everyone has their favorites. I'm really big on the basics. Get your Brad. Get your cheese. You beat says things like that hand-held stuff that you can grab we've talked about. These big smorgasbords where you can set everything up. Go and let people choose what they want have simple containers. They can carry things in keep in mind. Napkins and all that stuff basic stuff for stuff. They're going hold the hands. I love ribs have white. But those are a mess. That's why Chile is always a perennial. But now you see a little bowl. Of course. You put them in. They're not hand-held act cups. They take up less space on the on tables. If you have small table space were n tables or things like that. But these are the things that people are looking they're not necessarily looking for salad. You should have something you should have greens. And something like that available for those that do want it. But most people are going to wanna knock on. Nachos and sliders are great slider. Bars huge fan of get a bunch of different proteins, and you can even get plant based. Know, little sliders from beyond meat, and you can get these things have them all set up, and they can put whatever toppings. They want on them. Now. Let's do the other KADO report every year the price of avocados is critical to the guacamole issue. Because more guacamole is eaten during Super Bowl than any other two years worth of non Glock. Yeah. Who cares? Well, it's out people. You know, what every time? This happens. Everyone starts screaming about it. Doesn't matter. They go and get it. It's that it's that important is not much. You can do about it. You can do like a P homeless or you can do all these other thing. Now, it's just saying no, it's not avocado is avocado. People are going to pay for it. And if it's a dollar extra. Nobody cares. They're going to pay for it. How much are currently? I'm not sure they act. There was a there was a scare some weeks ago. But it really I don't think a manifested. I'm still finding them at decent. Prices depends. Where you go get a dollar apiece or dollar fifty. It depends where you go. I mean, you can go to the ninety nine cents only store they're not the best does in the world or anything, but you can get ninety nine cent avocados. All right. So over the years, you've actually come up with some really neat stuff that most people don't think of that are fairly easy to do. First of all, are you? What are you doing for Super Bowl? I will. Probably probably be a Disneyland is the reality knows that myth about Disneyland. Because every the myth is that land is empty on Super Bowl Sunday. And that's because one hundred twenty million people watch the Super Bowl that still leaves two hundred and forty million people left who go to Disneyland. Listen, I yeah, there's a lot of people still go Disneyland. The reality is we play it by ear. If we wake up and want to go Disneyland. Disneyland we wanna sit with the family and watch do they do anything Super Bowl Sunday? Disneyland. Not that. I recall I've been there a couple of times on Super Bowl Sunday, nothing that I recall. All right. So let's say, but if you if you want some ideas for some sauces, come back, and yeah, we come back when I talk about just some interesting different ways of doing Super Bowl food other than the the typical stuff, which is always a hit, isn't it? Of course, you don't need. You don't need to sway. You can put your own touch on the basics and people will love it like green. As you said eating greens taking out bread that you've left on the counter for a week or two not that kind of green. Okay. We'll be right back with Nielsen Badri, and we'll finish up the report and foodie Friday. This is KFI and there's Tessa, but. A man is dead after drowning.
"badri" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"I am on a podcast called the cash PT podcast with Dr Aaron lower and. In common. We have a coach we have a business the same business coach or used to business coach my my very first business coach ever now. We're just really great friends, and we keep in touch. His name is Badri Culion. He is a multi multi multi multimillion dollar, man. He has one of the fasting fastest growing fitness franchises in the world. It's called fit body boot camp he with over seven hundred hundred locations internationally. He also is a consult consultant and coach to the fitness profession. He is our mutual friend. And he Aaron is a current client of bedrose is. So he he being bedrose connected us, and we got to do this interview on the cash PT podcast. So I I hope you guys enjoy he asks lots of background questions. Lots of great questions about the differences and similarities between the medical model and the dental model. So I think you'll find it interesting. Yes. Have a wonderful day. Like, I said, please be warm please be safe. And we'll talk to you very soon younger back gases Dr Bauer. Dr Mark cost is my special guest today. I'm bringing you someone from the dental profession who is killing it. He's doing a great job amazing job with multiple businesses coaching cetera in I know, Mark through my coach Badri shout out the Badri Badri. Can't stop talking about remarks verse time to come with us and drops knowledge down the show. Thank you so much. I mean, yeah, Badri is one of my favorite people. And he's mentioned you several times. So it is my absolute honor to be on your podcast today. So Mark, I gnarly wanna have you on the show for the reasons of like Badri saying, hey, you need to get this guy on. But you know, as physical, therapists, there's a lot of things that I think we could do better that I see people in the dental profession during and so I wanna spend some time talking about. That aspect of the business because we're missing something. Just like I feel like we missed something that chiropractors get that dentists have because of how you're you're of you guys have like these you're almost like your own island as a profession versus where we came as PT's as physician extenders, you know, if years ago, we got out of that. But it's still the way the practice model work so to give everyone will background about who you are what you're doing. Can you just? Kinda briefly cover like have you get into dentistry? How'd you get an how'd you get into private practice? What what was the steps that ladder the pivotal moments? Led you down that pass. Yeah. Yeah. Thank you for. Thank you for the question. I never had dentistry on my radar. In fact, I was considering physical therapy considering being a physician. And I moved from Tucson Arizona to southern California. When I was fifteen and a half years old. My very first varsity baseball game big kid gets up to the plate. The starting left fielder at the time Jackson in my direction. My previous field had a warning track in a padded fence, this particular newfield that I wasn't used to playing on had neither of those two things. So I had a full speed collision with my face into the left field fence, I broke my jaw lost most of my upper front teeth in that kind of led to sixteen months of rehab in every different dental specialty and plastic surgeon, and and you know, physician that you could think of and that kind of got my interest peaked into dentistry because I was amazed at what they were able to do with my face in between plastic surgeons and all of the dental specialties they put my face back together. Now, I have a a nicer smiled ended prior to the accident. So that kind of sent me on this journey this past that I walked after that it was no longer..
"badri" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The twenty. Good morning. Whether we have a little bit better and more accurate view of how many? People actually watched the AFC championship game between the chiefs and Badri. Yes. So these are the rating the championship weekend rating for both games. Unbelievable. For for FOX was forty four point one million watching the saints in the Rams, which is used number. Our number on CBS was fifty three point nine million. So at fifty four million ten million more people. It is. I don't know. What it I think is Patrick Mahomes, certainly. Yeah. And I also gets Bill Belichick and Tom Brady, people know, these people and. I'm thinking, you know, twenty five years now, hopefully football still going strong. And it's as popular as ever as it is. Now, this is the best or most watch football game other than Super Bowls over the last five years. So whatever ratings slump that was perceived to be taking place in sixteen and seventeen has now been wiped out by the excitement of some of these great young players and storylines. But you know, how in the seventies? You had the Steelers the Cowboys the Packers in the early sixties. You had all these like dynasty teams spawned all these fans even like you became a Minnesota Vikings fan why? Well, because I had a family member who loved the purple people eaters, and he turned me into a Vikings fan because of that because he was a big fan seventy. And then you also are the dolphin fans and the the undefeated season of seventy two and Bob greasy. And and you know, the NFL burst on TV the teams that were there playing for championships ended up just infecting the rest of the country. And that's why you see the terrible towel. That's why you hear about. America's greatest team. That's why the raiders are so popular, right? You gotta wonder like twenty five thirty years from now are the patriots. Now, they've been doing this for twenty years with check o'brady are they spawning a whole new nationwide. Generation of fans. Sure, I think them and the Golden State Warriors as well. I think that's another another team that is doing that same thing. Now, obviously, east coast west coast. You don't stay up and watch as many games when they start at ten thirty. But I do believe that. Yes. That is that will absolutely happen. But the people who generally choose their teams based on the the aptitude of them that don't only stick with it. I think a lot of people in the seventies did. But I don't know if the same thing will happen here if it's once Brady retires. It's like all right. Maybe that'll be the end of it. But, but yeah, I mean, I I do believe that that that is that that is a real possibility. And there's also like some of these other teams in these areas like that like, Pittsburgh and in Miami. And all these like dolphin fans are known like down in Miami is not being all that passionate. But the outside of Miami dolphin fan is the passionate one because sort of like me with the Vikings always talk about this. When I go to. Viking games. The Viking fans out there. Like, oh, whatever, you know. It's okay. You're still breathing. This is my life is ruined. So it's always funny when you get the the way that we're wired with a fan base where in that area. Doesn't always match got Mets Nixon Rangers. That's me. Absolutely Marianne Long Island Mary. What's happening? Hey, mary. Good morning. How Beckham needs to go into the locker room to get here to fluid IB?.
"badri" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio
"No one not cops soldiers athletes musicians. Mothers teenagers, millennials are senior citizens in a recent article in the telegraph cited spiking anxiety among women going through menopause, and there's a sandwich generation of people who are taking care of their parents as well as their own children. Or so many of those today a anxiety affects them to along with millions of others in it doesn't care what you've done in the past doesn't care about what you're gonna do in the future doesn't care. What you have to do today. It's a risk in reality for virtually everybody. Now as business owners in high performers. We don't show up to work and wait to be told what to do we've got our own schedules. And we have team members. We have so much at stake in that leads the lot of pressure internal and external now a lot of high performers are where the problem, but do not prioritize it or believed that they have time to deal with it. One of the mistakes. We make is that we suffer in silence. Can we suffer through anxiety and science, my friend Badri Cooley did this and it's terrible. Because we're not knowing exactly what's happening or what to do about it. So listen. Here's the deal with anxiety is to make matters worse as a stigma associated to mental health challenges. Right. Listen someone's diagnosed with cancer terrible thing, but we get it. We understand it. Born with type one diabetes..
"badri" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio
"He he learned a lot about that in the helped me out during that time, then I took on another partner. Didn't learn my lesson after the first one and this. She. The second partner was like, I guess you'd call it like a sweat equity partner. This was somebody that had been like helping me, you know, when this other thing didn't work out. And I was in such scarcity mindset that when that person exited the picture that I just locked onto the next person was just like, hey, you be my partner, he know. Like again, like just didn't know what the hell I was doing. Somebody you could do it on your own rights. Yeah. Yep. I was I was the pendant. I was looking for the answers, you know, in in other people. And so that person of being like super toxic was just a liar in. It was just it was bad with such a good liar. Manipulator like, I would literally like catch this person red handed in a lie and be like, dude what the hell, but he was so good that he just be like dude your trip in man. Your bro? Your you blown way out of proportion your trip to the point where I'd be like me, am I cannot just. Writes, something like that. Yeah. I mean, like, dude he like he he got over on me on the good. And then he ended up like was sleeping with several women, you know, from the gym. And so, you know, they all found out about each other in that all blew up, and he tried to open up another facility take all my clients, and that didn't work out and that was lawsuit number two. And so from there, I finally like got everything in my name in the started working with bay droves. That was when I met that was when I met you in Badri ups. Yuji surges of that. Yeah. Yet through YouTube, sir, in that was one like one of his videos really impacted me was you know, where he talked about. You know, there are people out there crying themselves asleep at night because they don't know about the information you have and that hit me at a time where I was really like feeling sorry for myself. Like, you know, I'm convicted felon like who who am I to share my training information with people like really feeling unworthy in that hearing that was just basically like you selfish bastard, you know, how selfish view. Because it is so powerful. Me. In them. Yeah. So yeah. That that day like that. I got to meet you in bay droves. Because it was just us to in life. You knows me tramway in like me and training had gotten together as my fiance, we had gotten together he know through this in she had actually chosen to. She was, you know, gotten into medical school chose not to go to medical school to align. With this crazy person from prison that you know is. Conversation would've been greats been there for me. That was a that was a tough one. But it's all cool now. But yeah. That. These things because they are just so so -rageous reading like who could even write a movie, but this that you're you are persevering it and seceding, man. You know, you said he's coaching Email every week..
"badri" Discussed on Born to Impact
"But meanwhile, you've never even built a business or you never ever press persevered through any anything come on. You know, make sure it's someone reputable like bedrose and just just so listeners would understand. You're exactly right with I didn't have the money. And I I know some people might be listening to this and say, hey, well, you broke you had no job you had. No this. How did you afford to IRA coach? Have already. I I went to the I had built a really good relationship with the person who owned the towers who I was working for and construction we had a really good relationship. I had lunch with them. And I asked him and he believed in me enough to give me the money who what it took for me. I said, this is all I need and all the time ten thousand bucks ten thousand dollars discount. Ten thousand dollars at that time. And it was literally was that. I needed ten thousand dollars to do this. You know, and a lot of people don't even understand this concept that you have an ability to get well as Badri resourceful. You have that there's somebody in your life. There is something that you will and can give up on you need to give up in order to you don't have the resources. It's time to get was time. You don't have the resource of the having that disposable income or that the spousal cash in a Bank account, right or even relying on my savings. I don't even have savings. I have nothing. Right. So you have had literally in those when it comes to financial respects of what you needed at the end of the day, you need ten thousand dollars..
"badri" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Four. Badri? Thanks for hanging out. Don't forget Mr Mote Kelly coming up at six then you've got thirsty could place with the Bryan suits now. Even darker and more secret ear. Did you hear a his daughter Reagan on with him over the holidays? Yes. I was on with his daughter. Yes. Cute as a button, smart smart. Yes. As she walked out. She said. My my religion is science. Father like, I said great. She was the doll. She was our Santa tracker. Oh, yeah. She's great. She but very smart cookie and incredibly polite, and you could just tell she's been raised. Well, it must be on. The mom's side is my guess. All right back to vegan. I I get it. And I know that if I'm quiet you can hear. People's fingers puckering up because it's like, you know, you votes show by Neil. Oh. Well, technically, I technically I think your mouth is Victor to if not your throat is. It is you thought I was talking about the south's factor. I was like the mouth the throat. New year new fork? Yeah. Okay. Sorry. I'm a little rusty clean. It up. So I get that people get bent out of shape and they thank God. Because there are there is a militant side to these these food tribes and. And it can be kind of intense. Bella you are token millennial. Mondo? Do you fall into a millennial? I do. Yeah. On the end of the spectrum there. I know Curtis does. Well, do you find that people define themselves? Of course can be seen. KFI melinda. News on Instagram. Yes. Do you find the people identified themselves in your circles by the food that they hundred percent? It's crazy, right? So I'm not picking on millennials. I'm saying I'm saying as a fact that they are more aware of those things than than previous generations. There is a joke. That vegans will tell you. They're vegan every five minutes if they get the chance like they have to let you know like, oh, I'm vegan. Yeah. It's an interesting thing. Now, I I realize there's a lot to it. It could be for many, different reasons. And the reason why talk about it on the air is because the food technology. I've talked about this as being a new religion absolutely on the militant side of veganism or any food tribe. It is a religion. I studied religion for a long time. And I will tell you. It has all the earmarks of a religion hands down the circles people run in it is it is identical to Christianity the way the, you know, having their groups, and they're they're Christian. Barbecue on the weekends. And they're Christian potlucks and with the Christian friends, and they're all these things it's the benefit of eternal life. Yes. Okay. But maybe so I know they're eating right. Who knows if you live longer? Yeah. But there is a lot of that ties into this. However on the flip side of that nets this food show on the flip side of that is great food technology that we all can benefit from. Now, you can eat like crap and be vegan. There's there's tons of bad vegan food out there. So don't don't be fooled into believing that vegan is healthy doesn't have to be nothing has to be healthy anymore than eating meat has to be unhealthy. I don't believe in that either. But the technology is really outstanding. If you find the brand corn spelled Q U O R N, they have a meatless chicken breaded chicken, Patty that I'm telling you in the frozen section is better than a chicken, Patty. It is absolutely better tasting. The texture is more pleasant. It's got a great crunch and to me. It's like, well if it's same same that way to me. I'd rather eat that. And I'm finding more and more of those things because of this technology, and you're gonna find them coming to your door sooner than later. It is the fourth quarter. Nielsen Badri KFI AM six forty. Let's get the.
India facing rising pollution levels
"Every foreign posting has its perennial Goto stories the events or us that pop up time and time again over the years, and sometimes correspondent can witness one of these stories emerge and become a regular fixture in the news cycle. Well, ten years ago air pollution in Beijing made headlines, but it wasn't much of an issue in the rapidly growing megacities of India now, that's changed to sausage government action has could tangled toxic emissions in and around. Beijing while New Delhi is choking and pollution levels in northern India now worse than they ever were in China for South Asia correspondent, Chevron he knew it's already becoming a yearly needs story. I had a couple of weeks Christmas live in tropical Queensland and arrived back in Delhi just before the new year in that little gap between the plane and the airbridge it hit me in the face, a big whack of toxic foul tasting air even inside the airport. I could see a poll of yellowish. Gray. Guests feeling the arrival whole arriving in daily and winter is a shock to any visitor unless you used to the feel and taste of putrid, filling your mouth and coating it tongue before you've even hit the streets. The here is the Tory sleep bad all year round. But in winter, it becomes even more toxic as cold air prevents the pollution cloud from rising or being blown away. The official health advice is simply not to go outdoors. This is sadly exactly the story. I told a year ago on correspondence report when I arrived in Delhi to take up my new posting as South Asia correspondent are shocked to discover how bad the air really warrants. And I've no reason to believe the air quality will improve in this country anytime soon, it's that time of the win. Despite what anybody says or does air pollution in the national capital region seems to get worse Norris by no let up this year. It's no different with the education crisis makes headlines here, but that doesn't galvanize public or political will to do something about it late last year, the Lancet medical journal released a report that should have shocked. India into action it found that one point two four million people were killed by air pollution in India in two thousand seventeen that's one out of every eight deaths in the nation. It pollution now causes more deaths than tobacco here and half of those killed under seventy. Eight years old a report from the World Health Organization earlier last year found fourteen of the fifteen most polluted cities in the world are in India. The same report said that air pollution caused the premature deaths of one hundred thousand children in twenty seventeen. Children are one of the groups most at risk and coping mechanisms for parents, abound. Schools ask parents, not to let their children go outside when the pollution reaches hazardous levels. One popular online forum for ex pats living in Delhi illustrates the lengths that foreigners. Ken and do go to to try to keep their children safe. Their posts about karate classes being held at people's houses to ensure kids can socialize and exercise, but without going outside a notice one mum on the forum talking about an indoor rock climbing wall. She had built an installed to keep her children active without exposing them to the toxic air the pollution in. India is even turning the white walls of the iconic Taj Mahal green in the middle of last year in the boiling hate of summer. I watched as dozens of men scaled the partially shut monument to scrub scum off the roof by hand by now, it'll be caked in filth. India's gearing up for national election in April may this year. But pollution doesn't seem to be gaining traction as an election issue. The more valuable votes are in rural areas where pollution is less of a problem and even in Delhi most of the population is poor. So how to feed your family is a more pressing issue than the quality of the air, you breathe. And so once more I switch over the air filters in the great buzzing purifies, I used to keep the office, and my Badri slightly less toxic is a little orange light that flickers day and night, the one that takes the tiniest pollution conference known as pm two point five. They the ones that a tiny than a human hair ones that into the lungs and then the bloodstream and can cause cancer heart and respiratory diseases. The light glows and angry orange because despite pumping and purifying et twenty four seven the machines, cont low of the pm two point five to a safe level. All the privilege and technology in the world confines a pollution problem. It's getting more dangerous by the year this Chevron Hanyu in New Delhi. The correspondence report.
China has no interest in global domination
"China's president Xi Jinping says his country isn't interested in world domination. And that it won't be told what to do by anyone or he made the remarks in a speech marking forty years since the country introduced major economic reforms that turned it into a financial powerhouse lifting millions of people out of poverty. Well, China has displaced Japan as the world's second largest biggest second biggest economy yet despite its successes concerns do remain over its human rights records and the government's ongoing crackdown on political dissent, James. Let's take a look at the speech that she shouldn't ping Badri. Do you think that he had Donald Trump in mind with this reference to economic domination presumably? I think yes does needs particularly trenchant international affairs analyst to support that one thing. I mean, because of course, China is involved in a trade war with the United States and one of the biggest questions and international relations today is whether the rise of China is inevitably going to lead to a military or a wider confrontation with the United States. So I think president she was sort of, you know, setting out what China's ambitions are the limits and extent of them an, but also have Becky very clear that China is not going to be told what to do. And I think perhaps in some parts of its history China rather just feel that it was told what to do by by colonial powers and others. And I it's remarkable to think, you know, for those of us who grew up in the in the in the second half of the last century. And so the end of the Cold War and sound just to see the presence of China on the international stage. There's no reason why China should not be given the size in particular its population. And now, it's a Konami, but China is the presence in a way that it wasn't. You know for those of us who are growing up. In in the eighties nineties. It's just much much bigger on the world stage. And that is what president Xi is reflected place in Japan is the world's second-biggest economy that really took everybody by surprise. But cow. What I find interesting is that he talks about economic freedom. And yet one of the criticisms that it's often levelled against China is that it's it's not as open to foreign businesses, perhaps as it should be that they don't get biggest slice of the pie as they would like this being teeth. That's been just waved in front of them. I mean, it says something doesn't it about the confidence of the leader when he has to reassure people that he's actually not seeking world domination. I mean, how to imagine Theresa May coming up with the phrase like that just at the moment, but this was a pretty defiant speech by CJ Jingping. I mean, he was insisting that it was the centralized in United leadership of his party. That was delivering this fall from signaling that the country was prepared to open up to be more liberal to be more. Cutting of descendant, for example to the minorities in the country. Seem to be suggesting that the economic success that the country is experiencing is all down to his tight grip on the party and the country on which he said what delivering pick achievements that of moved heaven and earth the language here. It was quite extraordinary. But I think what is and I think what is interesting is that he didn't specifically mention Donald Trump all that trade war with the United States. But clearly there were also no indications that he's prepared to back down that there is any sign of a solution. A longer term solution to the trade war. There's a truce at the moment. But I, but it seems as though the markets were looking for much stronger signal of from the Chinese leader on how he was going to approach this in future instead of which it seemed to be I'm going to tighten my grip hair. Don't think I'm going to start relinquishing power judge. Because Donald Trump doesn't like it which also means as well in the advancement of power continuing is strategic buildup in some parts of the world, notably with money, impulsive Africa and Asia James very briefly yesterday throwing financing a lot of projects. And I think financing is the word not paying for them. But in the finance, and then when those case where the countries or the people who build them count Chinese take ownership.