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'Are we all going to die?' We answer kids' questions!
"We heard there were lots of kids who had questions about crew Navarre's so we asked you to send them in and hundreds of you did. This episode is for them. Sorry if you have a little one in your life together have a listen and hopefully this will make things a little clearer. We're GonNa try and answer as many as we can today so let's get started. High analysts said that an Foia Zolt analysis can know what that the crying advised? Look like recurrent viruses is so tiny that you can't see it without a special microscope but if you look at it through that microscope it looks like a little bowl with spunky things will petrels coming out of it and the first scientists who looked at these viruses thought that they looked a bit like the outside layer of the sun which is cold. It's Khurana so in another language code. Latin Corona means crown. So if you look at the picture for this podcast you can get an idea of. What the corona virus might look if it was big enough to see it's like a spiky bowl hike earner cost my name is Quincy and. I am from Adelaide. My question is how do they test people for Corona virus? And how do they keep the people who are testing from getting it by two really good questions? Quincy how they do. Is they poodles swap out into knows that goes right down to the back of your throat as well. Because you news connects with your throat. And the swirl around a little bit to pick up secretions and then the test. Those secretions looking for the virus. Actually don't for the virus itself they actually look for the genes the genetic code on the virus they multiplied and if they find the genetic code for the virus they say that you're in fainted and how they keep people testing from getting the virus. They wear what's called personal protective equipment? So the they're waiting. Full gear gowns covering them masks and sometimes goggles and gloves. So that they don't get infected so the protect the people from getting the infection. Hi I'm rocket nine eleven. I'm from Ballantyne New South Wales and my question is why the neighbor was the corona of ours. And how do I know what's true and what's not people are worried? And sometimes when people are worried they share information trying to be helpful. But it's not always true and also there sometimes people out there who share fake stuff on purpose because they're trying to cause trouble and so the best way to figure out what's true and what's not is to figure out what sources you can trust and just into will raid them. The best sources are going to be based on what scientists are telling us through the research that they're doing so the best thing for you to do as a kid talk to. Your parents will talk to adults you trust and work out with them how to figure out what sources seem trustworthy and follow those. Hi I'm Lisa. I'm eight years old and I'd like to know how to scientists come up with vaccines for new viruses like curve in Nineteen Gordon. I was really frightened coming into this one. Teagan we get questions and sure enough. We are great question Lee. So maybe for everybody out just explain what. A vaccine is a vaccine fines. Apart of a germ that you can inject into people safe late. So they don't get the disease and that it stimulates your immune system which is a bit like an army and it stimulates this army to fight the infection when it comes in so the army remembers the infection from the vaccine and the army is ready to go and should the infection. Come in Jerem coming after that. The army marches to attack it and get rid of it now. The trouble with viruses is that it's it's hard sometimes to develop a vaccine which is safe which doesn't give you the infection itself. So what they do for covered nineteen whether recovered nineteen is finding different ways to marshal the army to get the army to remember the covered. Nineteen so this remembers covered nineteen so when it sees covered nineteen it goes and attacks and fires all the guns at it in a way that is safe so you're not going to get the infection so one way they're doing it in. Australia is find a little bit of the virus and hold it down as if they're holding it down with a set of tweezers. We're talking about things that are so small You'd need very special microscopes to see it and the hold it down and then the train the army against that little bit of the virus hoping that that little bit of the is enough to for the army to recognize the rest of it and the the general vaccine to that little bit of the S- called RN e in the viruses run former material. Another vaccine that they're developing overseas in Boston actually gets one of the messengers that takes messages cell from one part of the cell to the other to tell the army to generate an immune response and they're generating vaccine which puts in a messenger into the cells to tell the cells to generate an an immune response to covered nineteen virus when it comes in and they're all sorts of technologies like that which are really new technologies that have never been developed before really exciting and one or two of them are probably. GonNa turn up with a really good vaccine from brisk this. Why can't we have taught me to lenny? Everyone's doing the very best. They can to stop spreading germs. So as few people get sick as possible so we know that one of the why this virus spreads is through touching people who have it and sometimes people can be seen and not know it yet. So if you're living in the same house of someone and not seek its. Arcada have hugs with him. But if you're not living in the same house as someone that's why maybe just taking a break from having hugs with them for the moment. The good news is that this won't last forever. Scientists are working really hot to find a way to protect people from corona virus. And once they do. We can get back to hugging friends again. Hi I'm abby and I'm nine I have asked my like many other kids and I've heard deflategate current a virus when you have asthma. Your symptoms can be worth wise that abby. Good question to three things. I'll say so your age ten not to get very severe disease from from covered nineteen thousand. Don't tell you don't tend to get very sick. Says the first reassuring thing you can pass onto other people. So that's why we're trying to isolate everybody but you tend not to get to seek. So that's a that's good news and it's also good news for your Asmaa because if you're not going to get to seek in your asked me makes it a little bit. Worse is only a little bit worse off. You know a mild illness. Oh you wouldn't be too worried. I think older people. I'm talking about people at your grandparents age. They're more risk and if they've got severe asthma real problem for them but for everybody with asthma. You just gotta get your small under really good control now and I and I don't know what you're on but you people are sometimes on a blue puffer to help them before the take some exercise and there's sometimes on a brown kind of power which settles down the inflammation in your lungs. If you're taking too much of the blue puffer and you're using the blue puffer a lot during the day that's a sign
"ballantyne" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"This is Bernadette with Adriana. Bobby Antos Nev. Mendoza we have read Aldo on the controls and Tina Burnett in studio with us today. And we've got Dr Sarah Ballantyne coming up too so lots of good information. What are we talking about Tina here? It is how much of aging is in our control. SLAM LOT WE CAN. Do you have void a lot of things a lot of things aging corona virus. You know what just popped in my mind. I told you I think if something like this so that south by South West might be might be cancelled by many people out of the expose festivals. Coachella 's happening soon have lost their minds and I have to say. I think the media is totally stirring this up into making it bigger than it is absolutely everyone except for one life radio that is and there's viruses. There's Ben viruses since the beginning of time and they're never gonNa go away and there's going to be new ones every year every couple years. We just need to keep ourselves. Strong's a strong in our immune system's strong and so you can fight off almost anything you know that I would I would. I would bet money on it. The people that have actually died from it. Were not already not in good health. Well I mean not necessarily sick but your immune system is key and if you don't have a strong immune system from eating healthy it's that kind of talk about today. Eating healthy tinker solve exercising. Not Smoking not drinking too much living in filth you know seriously. I mean yeah think about from what I've heard. What like. Yeah I know exactly. That's exactly that's what I thank you for. We were about that yesterday. Yeah working out. I mean when you have a virus growing and you can't get to a clean place or place that is germ free or at least clean. You know No places germ-free. There's germs everywhere. But yeah it's like it's gotta be a case by case study and people are absolutely losing their minds. The Expo West was cancelled It's one of the biggest events in the health A natural food industry And it was cancelled in everybody's like what was cancelled the week of which is even more crazy already there to set up. We're already millions of dollars are being because well and I think it's to create hysteria in my opinion to push the mandates that they wanna push for more vaccines. Oh Yeah because the vessel working on it. Oh my God what did I read last night. I totally forgot about. It was right as I was falling asleep. I think I don't know it's about how. Oh I'll find it. I'll find it. I can't even believe I forgot about it. I didn't want to get back up out of bed. No the Chinese have have have the stock market. There's a IT'S A. Let me think you've sent us yesterday. No it's about the the Oh my God. Chinese pharmaceutical pharmaceutical companies. Calm Down Bernard that. Because I'm so excited when I read them because when you start putting two together like like a scientists in a laboratory like seriously but it was a I'll where's my phone you guys talk and I'm going to try to find it because it was that good. It was that good go ahead. The death rates are dropping. And we'll Wuhan so and the thing is too if you look at the total number of cases and how many of those cases that people actually died pretty small percent income housing flu. Thank him and kids. Were dying this flu. I mean it's I don't know why they're making more because it's never been here in the states or the strain at least. Yeah maybe I it talks about entrepreneurs in China specializing in vaccinations that performed solid including the Kong With I guess that's a stock K. A. N. G. of Huan Bio- Biological Engineering. Their stock was up by twenty three percent or because of the corona virus. Yeah because they sell and what was. It says their stocks down over the last two. Yeah Corona Beers down so sorry for the people that I think. I don't know what show it was. But they said that Thirty five percent of Americans believe that you can contract corona virus from drinking water. Okay so the guy who was talking about that was Bowen. Jim is listen to them. Yeah you're talking about how that that's thirty. Five percents actually think that if they drink they'll get the virus that they drink. Are you serious? Is there people really that dumb out there? Yup and Jim was like. Yep Yep Wow. That can't be real. No it's definitely true from three different show. Oh my God yeah. They will kill. That doesn't necessarily mean it's true. I don't know I find that hard to believe how could thirty five percent of the population be that ignorant educated people around here. I know but still have common sense. Well here's what it was. It was it was basically a piece on billionaires The richest people in the world new. The new numbers just came out and who got richer who lost money but it was about. The Corona and mentioned the Corona Virus. And that the corona virus have has resulted in many booms for China Pharmaceuticals Doing Vaccines Online education and online games whilst causing share prices of hospitality and travel to drop within schools with schools. Shut since Chinese New Year. Online education providers are up and Blah Blah Blah. But the but the producers of vaccines are up this one company by twenty three percent. And you know it's always about the money it's always about the money at the root of anything evil. The root of it is money and greed. And I and I just there's a you know I could go. I wasn't planning on talking about vaccines and I don't really want to. Because it's it's I get so upset when I when I talk about it because I have read so much about it starting back twenty five years ago with Dr Robert Mendelsohn about how we are in over VACs and that was that was before you know after That was before nineteen eighty six. I think what actually carry his book with me and I wasn't prepared to talk about this but you know this is what you need to know where there's smoke. There's fire where this corruption and greed. There's going to be lies. That will be told to cover them up and we only to open our minds and just and just talk about this subject and talk about it without people being censored the fact that we are being censored in this country about any subject let alone something that affects the children and the future of this country or the world because we're a world society. Now we really are Is it needs to be examined. It's wrong and if there's somebody doing something wrong. It needs the the curtain needs to be pulled down on them for sure right. Yup that's skies keeps getting me started right out of the hidden. Let him know I was watching. There's been there's so much corruption. Oh my God it's everywhere. It's the root is money. We were watching. What what we're going to say. Well it's kind of on this topic but when we were talking about just how things are censored and things are covered up. You know there was A. There's a show on Netflix. About this little boy that was that was eight years old. And I. It's it's a what's his name the last name Hernandez and They did a Netflix series. On this little boy's parents had beaten and abused him for six months that his mother had him. He had been living with his grandmother before that. I don't know what the logistics were about him being but they were trying to basically it was. It was like how did this it come to this point. Where they they? Finally the mother finally called police because she says he slipped in the toilet. Well they did. You did you hear. Gabriel Fernandez Gabriel Fernandez Fernando. It's the saddest documentary watching on Netflix. Stop 'cause I can handle it. But they they actually ended up and I didn't. I haven't seen what happened. But the they brought in the social workers there was four social workers that the parents had the the sister and brother lie to the social workers and say that everything was fine when they knew that parents were locking him in a box gagging him beating him shooting him with. Bb guns dragging him and he would go to school with bite marks and watches the new earning him with cigarettes and he has said everyone knew in the system failed. Him He yeah. This system failed him and I was just thinking how I mean. How does something like that slip through the cracks? They had social workers on them and they're they're actually charging the social workers at felonies. Unfortunately it happens a lot so much red tape. I used to work for family court in New York State. I was the assistant court clerk. I talked about this the other day and I mean there were some of the most horrendous just like that stories and pictures and everything that we were exposed to and It was just awful. I think this one little girl. She had long red hair and when she died at six years old she waste. She weighed twenty six pounds. I believe something like that an enemy. She wished they kept her in a closet. I mean you hear about these things you think. Oh My Gosh. Why are people? How can people be so so messed up and so mentally ill and just so cruel and I don't I don't have the answers about them being on drugs or anything and I was thinking. Are they just really that evil that they and the man was the girls? The woman's boyfriend and he was like this. Six two giant man's muscle behind the big. Little boy was only like four foot one sentenced to death. He this guy. He's on death row. I I did see that. She got sentenced to live. Thank God that you know. I didn't finish it. Wow I couldn't I had to turn it off. What are you guys doing? Watch and stuff like that. I I was like I want to see what that's about all over my I couldn't watch. I can watch it. That's the thing that's where I saw social media Sal. I'm all this all this happy. Talk like this okay. Jeez health and wellness. I promise you we're going to have a happier show over so don't do that. Dr Sarah Ballantyne is going to be and she's a PhD and she's going to be talking about. Busting the myths of intermittent fasting and Tina Burnett. How much of aging is in our control? Stay tuned everyone. You're listening to one life radio.
Be Your Own Valentine With Karen McGregor
"You probably realized already that this is the week when you're going to hear a lot of talk about Valentine's Day and showing those around you how much you love them. But have you. You thought about being your own Valentine this year whether you're single or coupled there are things you can do to feel more fulfilled in your relationships and with yourself Karen. Earn McGregor is a leadership expert and bestselling author of several books including her upcoming release. The towel of influence. She joins us this week to talk about. How are we can change our approach to love and relationships to find greater joy. CAIRN welcome to live happy. Now thank you so much for having me here. This is such a great time to talk to you because we're getting a lot of messages about love this month. Today's topic we're talking about how to be your own Ballantyne but before all the married people in a couple of people shut off. I think we should point out that. We're not just talking about single people right even. If you're in a relationship you need to learn how to be your own Ballantyne absolutely. I think it's so important that we really look within and see what is it that bothering us. And and what is it that not okay within us the potentially could affect our relationship with our loved one or if single and we tend to. You may not do that as much as we should. We tend to look what we want from the other person more than looking inward back out what we need to be presenting that true that so true. Yes I think most of us when we get into a love relationship or when we're seeking someone someone as a mate. I think that we generally tend to make long list of requirements. That really really need to be met in order for us to be happy and since you know your show is all about that. I really WANNA point out that. That's probably the biggest mistake that I've seeing people make. And I've I've made it myself is to really have increasing number of preferences so as an example when you live with with someone you may find over the years that you just have more and more preferences about the way they act the way they talk the way they walk and and you know in the work that I've done with my book. The Dow vins weren't always say that if we want to be truly influential in the world if we want should be true leaders in the world. We have to come from a place of not meeting anything to happen in order to be people filled and happy. Yes we're going to do. Things are going to take action. But we don't actually need it out of some lacquer fear within so I think that's really key. We change that perspective. What then happens because I know a lot of times. What you're looking for comes to you when you stop looking and when you start accepting your moment. Is it kind of like that. When you stop making this list of demands Chroma partner you get really well. I think the first thing thing is getting back to your theme is that you really do become happier more fulfilled person the catch. I find sometimes with people who talk about the law of attraction is that you never want to do something as the transactional behaviors. If you say well. I'm going to overlook that my husband doesn't pick up his talk 'cause I'm a bigger person than that. It doesn't necessarily mean that you're going to have her filled happy state. Because now you've put it in your mind that you're going to rise above this but really. It's it's almost like creating a new checklist of these are the things I'm not going to do. In order to get this result and the same thing with law of attraction I think if we come from a place of lack and fear and pushing and transaction. Then we're always hoping for the greater result that I agree with you that when we let go of all of that when we really focus on internal happiness and not needing anything from anyone else truly not needing anything when we get there. You're then you're absolutely right. Our life flows things. Come to us and you'll myself personally financially. Things their way better her when I don't hang onto preferences and needs and things like that so I think that's really the key to successful relationships. You know speaking of Valentine Day and it's one thing to understand that that makes sense it's another thing entirely to put it into action because it's not necessarily I nature to just say all right I'm not going to obsess on that. So how do we start living that way being able to accept except ourselves and being able to accept where we are and that we don't need other element we don't need other person. Yes well I think the first thing is and thank you for asking because the how to always so important isn't it you talk about it but we do need the. How'd you the first first thing for me is to become committed to the practice of watching my thought and how my thought get triggered into the emotion and more thoughts and then I get stuck on that thing. That's bothering me and so for me. The biggest practice that I've done that made such a huge difference. In part of my book is to really see how an initial thought ought can get carried away in to all of the emotion and more thoughts. So once you observe yourself getting into. Let's say you know you don't like what someone has said to you. And maybe it's a loved one or you're single and somebody said some insensitive thing and when you hear hear that initially most people are going to go to their old runes about the am not good enough and this whatever this person said is proving it and subconsciously subconsciously. We do it consciously but it comes out as a hurt and so we feel that hurt and then the next what in our head is usually either defensive or withdrawn so we usually lean in to try and defend ourselves and get what we want or we run away and escape escape that which we don't want so it's one of the two typically and so when you watch yourself lean in in order back away based on that initial thought you can actually and this was true. Actually stop it in that moment and how you stop. It is also a practice. You might come down and you'll be right uh-huh and so her knee. I actually find that. It helps first of all to be gentle on myself. You know this is something that's GonNa take for most people if they're committed to it. It'll take years of practice not just overnight but I find even within two three weeks. The people have remarkable changes. If they keep up the practice right so you just breathe in and you watch and you visualize your thought. Almost moved like they could be an object floating down a river and you just watch them float down the river and then when the next one comes you watch that float down the river as well well and for some people like myself you know. I really enjoy the art of meditating. You know and so that he if you have a moment just quiet time to breathe and allowed. US got to float down the river. That's wonderful for some people. It's more movement committee so as you're watching yourself. Let go with the thoughts. You're running or you're exercising or something to get rid of the energy it has presented itself a Lotta people spend years and years and therapy. I'm certainly not against it. I just feel that everybody I've met. We all have ruined. Some of US have learned to cope with them really well but I feel that the best practice for for all of us is to start to be aware that we don't need our mind to control us. We need to control our mind the other other way around.
"ballantyne" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio
"Doing my presentation and going. Oh my God I screwed up so bad eh about that and and so still still did occasion but I was like okay so this year I just showed them how much value could add from my first presentation the first half an hour. The presentation made the money. I did a presentation on at the end of the first day about ten in the thing that I did for your for your group resulting as Hamilton. Yeah I I wanted people to make money overnight and so when I started my presentation the next morning I was like hated and make some money overnight. There was like a guy made like thirty five hundred bucks so nine ago. Listen like if I can offer you overnight and so then that allowed me to go into my mastermind sales presentation but used. I also used way more like for everyone in my ten points in my mastermind sales presentation I said. Hey you need in order to be successful. You need to be this. Let me tell you about how I helped. Frank become this so that he could scale business. How I helped Ron do this? How it helped this first? Matty do this. And then I brought brought up Mattie and Rob Hanley and I think he met rob maybe one of toys for tots things really good dude and then and this Guy Jay Lenin who teaches personal trainer haven't become personal trainers in the UK and they came up and did. I'd like a two to three minute. Hey Craig helped me with this end. They gave the presentation of their lives. It was amazing. It was amazing Absolutely Amazing Madyan. MJ Awesome in. Rob has been good friend of mine for a long time so he did a great job and then I went into the strongest present sales presentation. Addition I'd ever done and you know we got a lot of people in from that and I also one other thing that it is you know the models talkie teaches. Yeah Ah we've got a pretty good. We've got ballantyne method all model out now. And we've we've got people labeled as if so basically imagine the three circles clarity guy grand. Yeah yet your clarity discipline and then you have strategy got so if you have clarity but no discipline right right. You're labeled as a dreamer yacht. Doer will be outside yet. You're a dreamer not doer. And therefore your strategy is Red You can't build a strategy if you're a dreamer but yet no doing away okay. Great then this is this is this was a magic one. The one where Probably about five to twenty people signed up came in and said on that lost warrior. That's why signed up when you when you said. Loss Warrior was me tribesmen lost warrior. It has great discipline right. They're willing willing to grind and hustle. But they don't have clarity and if you don't have clarity in your But you're working all the time. UN behaviors a great. You really efficient at doing something that you should do it. We got a Guy Group. We call the raging bull HORRI- right civil loss warrior resonated with so many people there Iona Jim working fourteen hours. Dan Wash Warrior so having that one was was killer. It just like like people just yes me. Where where do I give the money to to to attempt closer was the last one? So there's business battler which we haven't fully fleshed flesh sat went out and then ideal is empire builder when you have all the things are color when You had vision at when you have disciplined disciplined you're going to have a strategy so that you can go and So business battler but just had the wrong strategy so there third. They've got disciplined got. They know where they want to get to in. They're willing to work hard but their strategy sucks and so they are always in these battles in their business rush but the empire builder had some all working. It's funny because of this sought last Wednesday night. We wrapped up ten beats of six figure. Coach live and interactive. Coaching was four four hours from eight thirty PM to twelve thirty in the morning. And I did a pitch on McCall I I saw lion I didn't have a planet did have what I did at the normal presentation and we made an offer before we taught a framework a framework that shows high strategy load strategy high tactics low tactics. We haven't fleshed it out to give names to all these different corners of what Will happen you know. But we've presented that in we show people. This is what happens when you have high taxes strategy. You know you. I'm really grateful for that. Jamie guy that Jamie mckean guy because again he worked in top business and help you with. He forced me to create a K.. Amniotic connect with that guy. Yeah and models Yeah Answer He. He pushes me really hard and every time I might not do that. He's like you. He won't give up and so he knows he and I are very similar. Which is why we connected strongly because man I I would just I resist assist a lot of stuff in? He won't accept resistance on things. which is what you need right from a coach or mentor someone on your team? And he's like Craig Craigie got come up with this one you need. You need to have better term here like Nancy such little detail. That doesn't matter but he pushes me hard. I'm super Grateful for it in his you know allowed me to have some good breakers. I'll hand on big time. The models is huge Isleta doing earlier last year by five. Might it's been a little. We're going to look at something like that. He gotTa Have League. You're close you got the C habit. It sounds so yeah we got the levels. I'm a big thing. I love levels. You know. Move into the next. Next level is not getting stock. So so that's really by the way. Like what Craig just shared guys insists have been taken the same kind of notes taken a mastermind I hold you guys is are grateful and appreciative. What he just showed great? Thank you to me like a full blown outline on how to take solid from the DM into conversation. I gain insights John. How 'cause we're on organizing seagrams? Why aren't we just finishing? Is Laurie So there you guys is go you guys have a full blown. Strategy for essentially how to convert clients are leased into paint customers. They know it's a interesting interesting pupil going that night. He he really did like all that stuff for for free like have how does he even. Business is the way that for free. Well here's the thing it's like first of all we're going that something is going to be better off here. I want to sit on this can. Can I want you to go back by. This just came up the other day. This is something. I'm trying to hammer on her clients. Here's the people that struggle the most. They put the free stuff behind. The they put doc best stuff behind the pay wall right the fundamental problem. They believe the stuff that's most valuable could only get if you pay for a nice why the business struggles unlike. Oh Man. If that's your best stopping your business is struggling need and put it on in front to see if it's any good in the first place. It's it's good people end up coming in so I love that okay. Cool let saw them. We've talked about so many great things here. You know what what's on the horizon coming in twenty twenty for yourself. What were a you will not a possibly? Actually I was GONNA say not a book But then actually just on a call the other day Jamie's like what we I write a a book about the Ballantyne method is resistant to call Ballantyne method we. We've named the name our programs a few other things blueprint blueprint to balance method. Everybody wants balancing so so it will be the ballantyne method. We'll probably right like little fifty page book. Another thing that we're doing is a Webinar. A big on doing a Webinar stuff in we were talking about that right before here is just the Webinar to get people into fifteen hundred dollars. Course we're doing a a lot of that and I'm really excited excited about the mastermind because I'm like I finally figured it out. I think the the masterminds. We've had recently been killer in got that figure it out and then so we said last year was our last perfect for treat and we will stick to that and a union capital capital and Adrian. You guys what's up with events. Well busy by run Empires Summit Takes time you know you're putting a quarter million bucks into these he's events you gotta make money back on and Jason is. We were talking about. I think he just wants to move away from coaching so I'm pretty sure he's not doing any events because don't serve his long term goal with me it was like I said it was gonna be our last perfect life treat because I what is I I kinda shot myself. My confidence in the foot put the way that I had the previous year's event and it didn't generate a massive return on my investment. So I don't I know what our event will be but it will be saying weekend. It'll probably be smaller. A- probably have a I might call like the Ballantyne method event and just have a hundred people there instead instead of three hundred people or my trying to another three hundred person event. We'll see but it is because I I've finally figured it out a figured out the formula. It's a making it. You know three x return on your investment. Okay but I really want to get much more on the delivery or I figured out that figure added the structure of the content. So that led to the most massmart. Say Gotcha. Okay so I finally figured that out but I didn't. I didn't yeah. I mean I wasn't sure sure. So so the perfectly for not area his name in the world eater so it doesn't really matter but the event is made like our event is awesome because we put so much effort into uh everything about it from the snacks speakers duty. We run things on time. Unlike most places do the round tables at night it really is incredible event event. We give him away. Amazing Goodie bags when people say listen. I've been to alive and this is truly the best event of Evidence Bentiu so we get a little bit of a natural natural hyphen that it is San in the end. You know the power bring people together and I get a lot out of it and I developed relationships with people which then and leads to more stuff in the future. So we'll do an event this year Decem figured out exactly what that is in. Ob late November's will or not laying over late in the year in early November. I respect you guys runnings events. They're they're just run. A mastermind event is his off. full-blown operation. Yeah your size for sure that a lot of details go into After go into the hundred million dollar mastermind spearheads. You're like oh my gosh. Twenty one hundred next book was slowly slowly. Add goes in what Craig thank you thank you so much. This has been an incredible time incredible insights. I just I'd love your vision. I love to share on the books at a truly love of what you're sharing just with your vision for helping. Every single person have coach. Wow it's I WanNa make coachee available.
"ballantyne" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast
"Which obviously doesn't sound like a good thing but most people probably did leave their parents are he went back for them and then went and spent years concentration camp and then wrote about how you we survive it and you survive it with your mind and you know as powerful powerful book and then the other book of book that really has changed my life and I don't you know that's a cliche but it certainly is true is the art of living by Sharon Lebel and that is actually just a short translation of epoch? Titas teachings so. It's kind of like the Dowd Jane you know just like you could read just one page per day and I I buy for everybody. Who's got anxiety stress comparison syndrome ingram all that SORTA stuff? It'll set your mind right. Read a once a year these amazing okay grabbing all the everything's resonating Craig. This is great anywhere else folks should go and check out your stuff. We already dropped. The book will link everything in the show notes as well. Yeah even after. I told you not to follow anybody on instagram. Go to instagram. And I'm real real Craig Ballantyne and it's positive stuff every day for sure all right time Craig. This has been great. No problem guys toxin. Hey thanks for listening to that episode. Hopefully you enjoyed it. Good Dang you did. Of course you enjoyed it. What's not to enjoy weren't gonNA publish it unless you and we're going to enjoy this we don't enjoy it? We don't publish it. Therefore we the only published we listen and read the notes as well so very true. You know what I WANNA do. I WANNA actually start reading some reviews some of some of the people that listen to our podcast. Because we're getting some really cool reviews and also I want to kind of incentivize people to leave more reviews because then we're gonna read them for you. This is our Out Section. Yeah that's kind of what is going to become the altro shoutout section so yeah. Let's do some reviews in prior to that. Let's talk about some of the guys that have supported us and and there's a couple of shoutouts from our friends in in some other folks that reached out to us these two actually our our friends. They're they're pretty close friends of ours and they support our show so you know if you WanNa get more like an exclusive shoutout reach out to us we have a couple of spots available occasionally so depends But I Yard Buddy of ours. It's actually Steve. He's one of our masterminds. Who runs a podcast called beyond eat figures and they're chatting with just amazing entrepreneurs who do have either exited or they currently run a business that is above ten million and they basically grill so they have three hosts over there? stiebel shirt Mary. Goulet and Richie. Oh Tae they're all buddies of ours as well Alva in San Diego and the Beasley Grim. Until they figure out their methodologies he's the tactics and action steps that actually got them to accomplish that which are what few companies ever would ever get to that point for sure? It's a great podcast. They cover a lot of ground and you know the whole thing is trading trying to uncover what goes into creating eight figure business so that other businesses could sort of reverse. I engineer the success so amazing podcast that Steve Shirts beyond eight figures. PODCAST definitely go. Check it out on Apple podcasts and everywhere where you listen to your favorite shows. Oh you don't like it. It's very similar to this one with different approaches. So I think if you're a fan of this you're gonNA love issue beyond eight figures and then our other supporter for this episode is Our good buddy. Casey Zeman's easy Webinar. An and both these guys have actually been on our show to Steve and Casey. Yeah so if you.
"ballantyne" Discussed on Ace and TJ
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go hunting Tonight Digging Oh yeah oh I'm GonNa be a long called long legs skins are really tanned in the Sun GonNa go hunting to nine book thanks thanks junior junior nurses who are mailed okay she please keep me anonymous but they are around females a lot and we'll listen to the drama and they learn how the female mind works plus they aren't freaked out by a lot of see Steffi for sick they'll take care of you but I would think their tolerance for Crap at home would be pretty low if they're around women all day who are being dramatic and griping nagging and all that I bet they snap when they get home pretty easily schism probably fucking the opposite because they're used to it oh yeah opt imen- really adapt to that okay that's the absolute worst thing you can do I mean to a normal guy the worst thing that can happen am is for his girl woman to not be happy there's a guy right now on love after Laka this girl had fell in love with him before he got out of jail she met him picked him up taken care of and financially they've been engaged and now that he's out with her she does nothing but gripe and have mood swings and all that and he's about ready to go back in prison get rid of Oh gosh when I was in jail I had to lie If I wanted to play basketball had to line to you I was on lock now because if I wasn't there to talk to you on the phone you just go crazy I'm miserable this should be the time of my life as we should be the time I just got out of prison you making over here he says former band geeks typically sweet they're intelligent and they're gentlemen and there's no such thing as a former right it's kind of like being in the Marine same once a Benji golf and I'm not saying that in an insulting way I just think that's being a member of the band it is cool you got a talent scrape several people have said several ladies have said anime quote Unquote nerds but they don't say why so we don't know why that is one wants redundant one lady say when they says gamers she never tells why she just goes on and talking about how great her gamers yes but we need it but what is it about gamers that make them great yeah I need to know that is your boyfriend now Gamer no okay the opposite they find that attractive no offense rob yeah no not at all back dead serious I need to know exactly why and this lady says her husband is a classic rock slash metalhead hard exterior lovey-dovey interior the power ballot yeah exactly Asian. 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"ballantyne" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast
"You're not put here to cut the lawn unless issue absolutely love but if you don't if you don't love cutting along if you don't love doing the dishes you don't love doing the laundry. If you don't love making all the meals find somebody else find a service that can do with these things that you have more time at Church so that you have more time with your kids so that you have more time with XYZ ABC one two three whatever it is that makes a difference. That's what I challenge you to do and there's nothing wrong with it. There's nothing wrong with it because there's somebody out there who wants to do that stuff and who is willing to work at a fair Airway Jr and if you can afford it so frees up your time to do an actor amount of Bible study in that really matters to you on this a win win win win win situation yeah. That's it's wins all the way around. There's no doubt about that and obviously that's bringing alignment that you talk about so much in your book unstoppable bringing the alignment and that structure into your life which creates the freedom right. You're you're creating. You know. Maybe the these these tasks that you don't want to have to get to. You're putting people bowl on those tasks so that now you have an extra few hours a week to devote to writing to tinkering in the garage on that project that you've been putting off whatever whatever it is that really gets you excited and gets you. You amped up makes you feel good makes you proud of yourself like these are all good feelings is to have and the trouble is those feelings. Get shut down a lot in life because we're we're kind of railroading ourselves with doing all these like must do things that you know don't. Oh don't fuel us and and just rob us of of of that Productivity Yeah and especially the female entrepreneur really suffers from this I work with so many of them and I love being the guy who comes along and says you don't ever have to do a clean your house again and you don't have to cook all the meals not a bad person if you don't and they are like. Oh my Gosh Josh thank you for saying that because they're mother-in-law's like breathing down their throat. You didn't make all the peanut butter and Jelly sandwiches this week. You didn't cook all meals will know I was out you know running a training business business or growing a business or is out writing a book. you know making peanut butter and Jelly sandwiches every single day now you of course you're. GonNa make some with love some days but you can't. You can't be guilted into saying up. You know what my book is going to have to wait another eighteen months because I have to do the laundry every single week or whatever no you gotta you gotta be okay with living differently than our parents did because it's a different time and there are different resources available to us and they're different impacts that were making as opposed to our parents so move on and do what is right for your life. Not What is somebody else. Thinks is the way that you should live yeah. Yeah no doubt about that do do what's right for your life. Not what other people expect or want for you got. You gotta live by your your terms. Live life on your terms talk about if you would because I think we've kind of at least touched enough on the book is fantastic by the way if I haven't already said that unstoppable all you gotta go get it. What's the best actually platform crag where people can go and actually just get this book really quick well. They can get on Amazon. So you get audible Amazon. You can also go to be unstoppable. Book dotcom. At won't yeah that's the F- you get the free shipping. They're just pay a little couple of bucks for shipping. We'll ship you out a copy with the the New Wall Street Journal Bestseller Sticker on it. It's really awesome and then no matter where you get it. We have a video course bonus that goes with it so you can you get to watch like three hours of further training that allows you to really reduce anxiety and be super successful so wanNA share that with everybody's I really enjoyed reading on the plane. I got about halfway through it and I'm excited to just continue and finishing it. It's it's really a nice I read it. It reads pretty fast and it starts off with a lot of where we started in the beginning. Just trying to touch on Craig's what Craig's life looked like like you know fifteen years ago and how obviously you know those bad times in our life for this times that we're maybe not that proud of are are actually really good things to have because what it creates forrest creates this the strong desire or passion for change or at least shows shows us what we need to fix in our life and we see that a lot of our favorite pastors and leaders you know like a lot of people are on their second chance and it is something that we should give. Abdur selves to can you talk about how important it is crag to have others in our lives that hold us accountable for these small steps progressions these changes that were making how vitally important it's because we can't do it alone. This is vitally important to get the accountability you to get accountability from somebody that you deeply do not. WanNa disappoint when you have that you can move mountains in your life and whether you look at this person as a big brother like the way that everybody probably had a high school teacher that believed in them listen. That is what you need. You need to get somebody evidence. Hey listen. I'm going to get this done by this time and I'm going to check in with. You have a lot of clients who send me messages. Did they exercise eat right today. What time did they get up because they don't WanNa. Let me down and that's key having something like that a friend or a pastor of peer something like that. Just make sure you have accountability because we have all the information. We need to be successful. We're just not using it properly irakly because we don't have accountability yeah and I'm obviously I'm so fortunate and blessed in you know any anybody who's seen me on our our facebook. Lives are on Youtube or whatever whatever platform they've. They've seen our team here our team. Obviously we have a great leader and Mike. Can we have just a team. That's all on the same page and we just help each other move in the same direction and I know that there's pay people listening that maybe don't have that luxury where they work. You know maybe they desire for change and they wanNA start surrounding themselves with the right people but it's really hard for them. Because of you know they're not super super happy where they're at and they don't. They don't see those people around them. What what what's what's your advice. Maybe for that person of than trying to find a new job. Hey Listen I've worked in many negative environments that worked at factories all this stuff and and you know what there's plenty of places your church your gym on line and facebook. There's plenty of positive groups out there on facebook. It's not all negative and politics politics and all that stuff. If you see negatively remove it from your life as quickly as possible remove it from your life as quickly as possible. You would not drink water with poison in it. So why do you allow people's negative poisonous emotions words into your head. People care too much about what other bad people think of them. It's ridiculous and you gotta get over it because you're worried like oh that person's going to criticize me a person's already criticizing you to call on you nasty names behind your back and if you think nobody's calling you names on your back you're living in La. La Land so right now. What you need to do is get over that and get over that fast and say I'm GonNa live. If my best life in my best life is life that serves my family and my friends who might be in my fitness. Finances live that best life and everybody nobody else around me. If you WANNA come along for the ride I'm going to support you. If you want to denigrate me you're out of my life period. You're not born with toughness deafness. It has.
"ballantyne" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast
"That's so true in Dana. Age where we get just so mesmerized is in so involved in in these things that really aren't I mean in the big picture. Don't matter a whole heck of a lot how many likes and shares and stories and all this stuff that's going on. You know a lot of it. A lot of it is not our fault because here's the thing is every single day that we wake up we go to war with there must be a hundred thousand engineers in Silicon Valley whose entire job whose entire life purpose is to make us addicted to this phone yeah like every every single day. They wake up and hey. How can we make instagram more addictive. How can we make people get used a facebook an extra fifteen minutes a day. How can we get people to download this APP and check in with five times like that's what you're up against every single day and there's one hundred thousand of them they have PhD's from Mit and if you think you're GONNA win that that war by playing by their rules by going on now I'll have all the notifications on here and I'll be fine. No you'RE NOT GONNA win that battle show show you my phone and see how few APPS are on their instagram. Uber are the only things I use on here and I get notifications. I own this phone. I've eat that phone. Nobody ever beats me in phone game incidentally and it's worth mentioning Craig does a lot of great posts on instagram share your handle with the listeners just so that they can beat you know inspired for change in life yes and then I'll tell you the secret about my posts us on instagram so it's Real Craig Ballantyne Real Craig bound sign and most of the posts that you see on instagram are not created by me. They're not uploaded by me. They are uploaded by my team. People ask me what's my favorite APP for creating stuff on instagram and say it's other people other people so people they're they're looking at the other people APP Right. Everybody's going other people. I like this APP and it's it's not actually in the APP store. It's available everywhere though everywhere out in the ethers and so so I have people who who know my vision there on my team. They know my vision of read my books. They've seen the previous posts that I did make they know what we're looking looking for. I coached him on and I give them feedback after I've gone through the post and an when I started getting other people to to post my stuff I went from getting an average of thousand thousand likes to an average of twelve hundred. Their posts are better than my posts. That's cool right because they know it and they're young people. They know instagram Iran. They know it gets a better response. They do these beautiful things. I believe they use an APP called canvasing. There might be another one but I'm using the APP called other people. If if.
"ballantyne" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
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Shooting kills college football player, injures Giants' pick
"Off campus shooting wounded college football player who just been drafted and killed a teammate just hours after being picked in the sixth round by the New York Giants while spurn university cornerback Corey Ballantine was injured during an overnight shooting into pink a Kansas while his friend in college teammate, twain Simmons was shot to death. Whilst burn woke into Pika confirms that Simmons is dead at age twenty three the giants. Ballantyne also Twenty-three as non-life-threatening injuries in a statement while sperm president, Jerry. Farley says Ballantyne is expected to fully
NFL, Corey Ballantyne And ABC discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"Back now with the bizarre and tragic ending to a day of celebration. For a college player just drafted into the NFL the player wounded in an off campus shooting his teammate killed. Here's ABC's more solace with the one hundred eighty pick. Of in the two thousand nineteen NFL draft. The New York football giants select one of the best moments of his life. Corey Ballantyne defensive back Washburn quickly followed by one of the most horrifying Got gotta gotta return.
Corey Ballentine NFL draft 2019: Giants DB pick shot, teammate killed
"Here. One of New York Giants late round picks recovering tonight and not from a football related surgery or hangover from post draft party, Cory Ballantyne. Couldn't have been happier on Saturday. Getting the news that he was joining the New York Giants sixth round draft. Be part of the conversation. I'm definitely ready to start learning and be around the God, it'd be raunchy die. But hours later he was in the hospital. He and teammate were shot at a house party near their school Washburn university in Topeka Kansas that teammate Dwayne Simmons was killed Ballantyne. According to the giants is expected to make a full recovery. The team says in a statement they've spoken to Ballantine. And they say their thoughts are with the Simmons family and the entire Washburn community. The press conference Washburn had planned to celebrate. Valentine's selection was cancelled on
"ballantyne" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"A planned celebration for Ballantyne of beloved former Indiana Senator has passed away he was an expert on foreign policy who was at the forefront of helping the Warsaw Pact states dismantle their nuclear arsenals in the wake of the break up of the Soviet Union. Former longtime GOP Senator from Indiana, Richard Lugar, has died a Rhodes scholar Lugar spent eight years as mayor of Indianapolis before being elected to the Senate in one thousand nine hundred seventy six Lugar, generally, a reliable conservative lost his bid. For a seven term in the twenty twelve primary over his apparent willingness to work with Democrats from time to time he passed away Sunday at the Inova, Fairfax heart and vascular institute in Virginia. Richard Lugar, was eighty-seven Karen McCue, Fox News is President Mike Pence praising the former lawmaker for his service expressing caution last night on C span historian, Ron Chernow. He was the keynote speaker at the White House correspondents dinner. Donald Trump is not the first be the last American president to create jitters about the first amendment. So be humble be skeptical and beware being infected by the very things you're fighting against journals biography of Alexander Hamilton inspiration for the hit Broadway musical that correspondents dinner a scholarship fundraiser, the choice of churn now instead of a comedian an attempt to smooth things over with the White House. Not only did President Trump's schedule a competing event that rally in Green.
"ballantyne" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Cornerback Corey Ballantyne selected by the New York Giants in the sixth round of the NFL draft was shot along with a teammate off-campus earlier today Valentine is expected to make a full recovery, but his teammate defensive backed Wayne Simmons was pronounced dead at the scene of beloved former Senator has passed away he was an expert on foreign policy who was at the forefront of helping the Warsaw Pact states dismantle their nuclear arsenals in the wake of the up of the Soviet Union. Former longtime GOP Senator from Indiana, Richard Lugar, has died a Rhodes scholar Lugar spent eight years as mayor of Indianapolis before being elected to the Senate in one thousand nine hundred seventy six Lugar, generally, a reliable conservative lost his bid for seventy and the twenty twelve primary over his apparent willingness to work with Democrats from time to time he passed away Sunday at the Inova, Fairfax heart. Vascular institute in Virginia. Richard Lugar was eighty-seven. Karen McHugh, Fox News. Vice President Mike Pence honoring his fellow Hoosier saying, Indiana and America will never forget Luger's leadership and service expressing caution last night on C span historian, Ron Chernow. The keynote speaker at the White House correspondents dinner, Donald Trump is not the first won't be the last Milchan president to create jitters about the first amendment. So be humble be skeptical and beware being infected by the very things fighting against the choice of journal instead of a comedian and attempt to smooth things over with the White House. Not only did President Trump's scheduled a competing event that rally in Green Bay, Wisconsin. He said no White House staffers or cabinet members could attend. None did but the president's former.
Giants sixth-round pick Corey Ballentine injured in shooting
"And off campus shooting has injured a Kansas college football player who had just been picked up in the NFL draft hours before a teammate. He was with was also shot and killed just hours after being picked sixth in yesterday's NFL draft by the New York Giants whilst burn university cornerback Corey Ballantine was injured during an overnight shooting into Pika Kansas while his friend in college. Teammate, Wayne Simmons was shot to death. Whilst burn located into Pika confirms that Simmons is dead at age twenty three. The giants say Ballantyne also Twenty-three as non-life-threatening injuries. It a statement Washburn president Jerry Farley says Ballantyne is expected to fully
Corey Ballantyne, New York Giants And Topeka Kansas discussed on The Boss Show with Jim and Steve
"Wounded by gunfire. Overnight. One of the college seniors picked in the NFL draft. Cops are investigating the off campus shooting and Topeka Kansas of a Washburn university senior chosen by the New York Giants, Corey Ballantyne. The school says he's expected to recover, but a football teammate was with him also shot
NFL Draft: Giants, Jets make final picks
"The NFL draft wrapped up with the final four rounds in Nashville. The giants added six new players Notre Dame cornerback Julian love, Wisconsin linebacker, Ryan Conley Auburn receiver. Darius Slayton Washburn corner. Corey Ballantyne Kentucky Georgia south Ajay in Syracuse defensive tackle Chris Layton, the jets meanwhile, finished off their draft with three. Selections tripper, west go a tight end out of West Virginia play Cashman, a linebacker from Minnesota. And also on Austin a quarterback who played his college ball at
"ballantyne" Discussed on The Persistence Factor
Interview with Craig Ballantyne
"ballantyne" Discussed on The Persistence Factor
"Reward and I'm okay. I know my expectations. I made the decision on how my life is going to work and I'm okay with that. And so when you are okay with that takes a lot of stress off, right. Like if you say I wanna lose these last ten pounds and you've been saying it for two years, five years and just haven't made the decision and you're not doing the work, you know what? Just let it go. Yeah. Okay. To let it go because then you can use that energy and put it into something else. Absolutely. Great. Coaching. I was gonna ask you, you'll, how does Craig Ballantyne defined persistence, man, it's, you know, it's when you get knocked down like we talked about before, there's going to be those days what everything goes wrong, and and if you quit on it and you just you could have done so much more. And so when you are persistent, you realize that you're capable of so much more, you realize that you're always chasing your bestself as my friend Ed, my lead said he said it so, well, he said every day that he knows you knows like he's he has so much potential and he's always pushing awards in. So when you know that you're capable so much more in, you're always moving towards it even in the face of adversity. That's when you're persistent and that is when you are going to get it. So if you are persistent, you'll get it. If you're consistent, you're gonna keep it, and that's how you earn the rewards. Wow. When you transition from this world, would you like to be best known full. Just a guy that helped a lot of good people. So we, you know, in our business, we do good things for good people to support them so that we can help change the lives of hundred million people physically financially mentally and emotionally during my lifetime. That's what it's all about. Great ensemble, unless questionable you excited about what projects all you can right now that you're extremely excited about. I got a whole bunch of them. So first of all, the unstoppable book, that's my next book unstoppable had to.
"ballantyne" Discussed on The Persistence Factor
"Seventeen years. Years. His books videos is coaching programs have transformed lives of over seven million people physically financially mentally and emotionally over the last two decades decades. Using his same five pillars of success that has allowed crater become a cr- actually. He's actually what something I wanted to talk about. He's actually been to fix anxiety tax, which has basically in a nutshell, transformed his life. So I want to introduce my good friend. Someone I look up to someone died my Mr. crepe Ballantyne. How are you? So welcome to the persistence factor fifty so much for that introduction. That was fantastic. I'm ready to rock and roll. This can be so much fun. Amazing. All right. I know that you are extremely busy, and this is going to be a very, very quick interview, so I appreciate your time. But first of all, just wanted to talk about the evolution if you will of crepe Ballantyne worry old started and to where you are today because it is, as I mentioned earlier, it is persistence back to story. So kind of share with listeners, what was it like growing up as a kid in so of the Cray Ballantyne in the beginning, if you will. Yeah, absolutely. So, you know, it was a Canadian kid and just like most Canadian kids, I love playing hockey and so I wanted to be a pro hockey player when I grew up realized pretty quickly that wasn't going to happen. So I thought, how can I get into the NHL and I went along the way and I figured out, hey, I'm going to become like a personal trainer and then a strengthening conditioning coach, and I'm gonna get the NHL that way. So that was the route that I took from high school to college and even beyond college. That's what I was doing because I was persisting on my dream almond. Fantastic. Okay. So from where you are now, what you've done, how did you transition from puzzle training to become in one of the so off the trainers and coaches in the world right now because was a tough transition for you to go from the fitness industry to what you're doing right now? No, but it was a long transition. I mean, it wasn't so. Something that I did overnight. I mean, it was something that I mean, I started coaching entrepreneurs in two thousand seven. So it's been over a decade that I've been doing it and you know, obviously I got better over time, but I was actually, I knew what I was doing back then I helped a lot of people make a lot of money online with their fitness businesses because I transitioned from that personal trainer into having an online business where I like to say that I was Canada's version of Tony Horton. The p ninety x guy, and I was selling my workouts on the internet. I had videos of some videos than washed over three million times on YouTube. And so I've helped the lot of people in a lot of people then came and said, hey, Craig, how do you do this online stuff? How do you sell turbulence, straightening? How are you reaching millions of people? And so I started having seminars doing it. Then I started doing one on one phone coaching. I served my own mastermind groups. I teamed up with this guy Bego school, Ian. We started our own mastermind group. We started coaching so many fitness entrepreneurs. I mean, if you name. The top dogs in the industry, allow them have come through. Our programs are being connected with his one way or another. And then I decided I was, I had said everything that I needed to say.
"ballantyne" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
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