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HOW TO MAKE FAST CASH AS A WELLNESS COACH ONLINE. THE #1 MISTAKE YOURE MAKING THATS HOLDING YOU BACK FROM MAKING MONEY ONLINE

Rich Bitch

30:43 min | 5 months ago

HOW TO MAKE FAST CASH AS A WELLNESS COACH ONLINE. THE #1 MISTAKE YOURE MAKING THATS HOLDING YOU BACK FROM MAKING MONEY ONLINE

"Though if I had to start over as a health coach online and needed to make money fast. Well that's what today's episode is about my friend. If you're a new health wellness or life coach. This is the conversation for you. Sam skelly and I felt like it would be super helpful to give you the real deal. No bullshit no fluff on what money-making activities you should focus on if you want to start monetize ing as fast as possible. Listen you're my friend? I'm going to be honest with you. I'm not going to sugarcoat anything building. A sustainable online business takes years and years of hard work and consistency. And I know the beginning isn't really fun. It's super frustrating. It feels like it's never going to work and you're spinning your wheels. So I'm sharing with you. What I did to land my first few clients online in hopes that it helps you to start making your first one a three K. Five K. ten K. Online. And if you didn't know I started as a health and wellness coach. Ten years ago I started as a wellness blogger. I started the blog in my shitty college dorm room. I didn't want to go to class. So instead of going to class a started to create content. I was working two jobs and during lunch breaks or during class. I would record videos and answer back to my blog readers and creek content. I had no fancy funnels. No fancy website. No facebook ads. I didn't even know what a facebook ad was. I had no big team. No team at all. Google was my business coach. Hundred thousand dollars in debt. So that was my driver initially to start this online business. It was to pay off my college debt and I had none of these things but I did have passion and obsession to help women and I was obsessed with earning digital marketing so I showed up every single day on video I made human connections. I started real conversations and I focused on relationship building not sales and that ultimately led me to my first few one on one clients by me showing up every single day and building these human connections with people and utilizing video. That's how I landed my first few clients and that's one of my tips for you. Today is if you want to make fast cash online. You have to get your butt on video. People can't pay you. If they don't know you exist. Visibility everything. Visibility is everything and to build that intimacy and that trust which is necessary for sales. Video is the best way to do this. And it speeds up the sales process right. If if someone sees you on video they may purchase from you within a few minutes of getting to know you and like you entrust you where a sales page is great. But a sales page doesn't build intimacy like video. Does it just doesn't so my first tip is to be more consistent on video. Igt instagram stories. Youtube facebook live. Whatever social platform your dream customer is hanging out on? I want you to show up on video at least a few times a week. Number two is getting intimate in your. Dm's answering every single damn building those relationships sending back a video message or a voice message actually giving a shit about the people that follow you so you can help them and this is how you land your first. Few One on one clients is by providing value and building that relationship and responding to them and being obsessed with solving their problems. This is the time to double down and get intimate in your DM's and in your email number three. I want you to start thinking of ways to build your email list. Maybe this is a free me. Um maybe this is an option and yes you can make sales directly from social media. I'll be honest in the beginning. I was making sales without an email list. But it is smart as a business owner to start building your email list alongside building your social media. Number four is to start with one on one coaching. You'll hear in this episode. Sam skelly and I really put an emphasis on starting with private coaching. If your brand new and you have a smaller audience. It's so much easier for you to sell this one on one coaching than it is for you to sell these passive evergreen products where you need more volume and you need more customers. So one on one. Coaching is where I started. It gave me a ton of market research. A ton of testimonials amazing feedback. It helped me to sharpen my skills as a coach. And it's where a lot of coaches start online for majority of you listening. You're probably going to start one on one coaching. Before you transition into group. Coaching e-books passive courses. And these things that make you money while you sleep. That's not really the reality of the beginning of your online coaching business and again. I'm just keeping it real with you guys. In the beginning I was doing fifteen sales calls a day I had fifteen one on one clients. It was crazy. There was no making money while I sleep. Not at all not in the beginning but remember what you do in. The beginning of your business isn't what you're going to be doing. Three four or five years in so. Those are my tips for you today. One video to get intimate in your. Dm's number three start building your email list. A number four start with one on one coaching so I hope those quick tips were helpful. Let's dive right into this conversation where I ask Sam exactly what she would do if she had to start over. As a health coach online I started doing like old school guerrilla marketing. Yo like I started facebook gliding every single day creating content every single day if Sandra from Oklahoma commented on my facebook you bet your booty I followed up as like Yo Sandra. It's meant the skelly here. I hear that you're struggling with food and body. Can I support you? Can I help? You can jump on a call. Let's do it like. How can I support you? You know I went. There went the extra mile. And you guys listen to me. You gotta go the Extra Mile Right now. You have to if you want to survive in this. Climate entrepreneurs are made in climates. Like this. And if you're willing to go the extra mile to do the work it takes you will win and not only will you win. During this time you will come out the other side thriving because people have stories like I don't want to sell right now. Yes we're going through a contraction but people still are prepared to spend money on things that they care about so create content for that ideal person. Follow up make one to one human connection and put yourself out there. So that's what I had to early days and I would do it again today if it came to that because at work the reason why once one coaching is going to work in this climate and the reason why. I'm calling it. This boutique style is because if you did it any other way. Here's what would happen if you're like okay. I need to make money now. I'm going to sell this twenty seven dollars e book and I'm just GONNA sell a Shitload of them. Well first of all e books do not change people's lives you get paid for transformation you don't get paid for content necessarily and when you do that then you're just hustling hustling hustling trying to slay. These twenty seven dollars in books. What about if you'd flip? That model did boutique style. You started with your high in coaching. You started with a thousand dollars a month ninety seven a month and you had ten clients. Okay great now. You're making ten thousand dollars per month. So maybe you only need three thousand to live off of so seven thousand is in your business that you could put back into your business through marketing through buying media through anything else but if you start trying to slay a twenty-seven e-book you're never going to have the capital to be able to grow your business so is there a time and place for low end products that are just widespread and those like low ticket offers for sure and you just came out with one. I'm coming out with one. It's like yes and it's taken US ten years to be able to do that and for it to be successful so if you're just starting out and you are focused on needing money. Yes you want to help people. Yes you got into this because you love healthy love wellness. You love transformation. Maybe Your Life Coach. Whatever it yes yes yes and you still need to make money. You still need to make money. It is still a business. So what is the low hanging fruit? How can you go after the opportunity capitalize on that opportunity? So you're in a place where your business actually feels comfortable. If I had zero dollars in my bank account and all I had was my skill. I would do the exact same thing I did on day. One of Hungary frankness I would show up on facebook live every single day I would make human connections with every single person that commented and liked on that video. I would personally reach out to them. I would comment on their comments. Then I would reach out to them and send them a voice note or a video. I don't even think we could do video messaging back then. I don't think we could so I would send them a message today. There's video messaging. There's voice messaging do that. Go THE EXTRA MILE. Show your face and she about that all the time. Get on video. Show your face and makes a difference. Yeah so I would do that and you know what I did. I pulled up Google drive and I would create a list of everyone I reached out to. When did I reach out to them? What was their response? Is there a discovery call booked? Did they book a running list? Hundreds of people so within a couple months my one to one coaching program was full when everyone else was trying to do their news and put new paid advertising and pooping that maybe if I get five thousand likes then maybe I'll I don't care I care about Your Bank account so my coaching programmers. Well within a few months. So then I doubled my prices. I went from four hundred. Ninety seven to nine ninety seven. Had the same amount of people so I doubled my income in a few months. You guys kept going and kept going kept going on then. I was like wow actually. I'm realizing that I don't actually like one coaching at the level that I was doing it how much I was doing. I was doing eight hours a day. I'm like this is intense so I then was like wow. All of these. People had the exact same issue every single one of them struggles with emotional eating every single one of them struggles with binge eating every single one of them has body image issues. Okay well I'm GonNa Create a group program. I'm going to take all of my people who just graduated my six month program and I'm going to put them all in a program called the society enter the ascension model. Yeah so then. All of those people entered my group program. They all got to meet each other. A created connection at creative community. A lot of those women are still friends today and most of those women are still in the community and engaged members of the community and then from there. I was like wow now this is growing and growing and Greg let's retreats etc etc fast forward five years and I started a certification program. Because I was like I am way too busy. All of the knowledge is in my head. I need to put this into a framework. So it's teachable and start hungry for happiness certification program five years later and now we have hundreds of coaches so that was the early days of hungry for happiness. But you know what it's like you got to do the work you gotta do the work. I'm getting emotional even thinking of my early days as a health coach because word that comes to mind is hustle and hungry. Just Mo- hungry to make money and I would never take back those days hours of sales calls a day. I'm talking ten. Sales calls a day from my car so I could go to my part time job just to make it work. I DID A TON OF VIDEO. I did so much video. You guys so many facebook lives. I remember your days. You had so much hunger so much. What happened well. You're still hungry? You still have that tenacity and you still have that. Resilience is just in a different way. You don't have to be so am calling a guerrilla marketing. You don't have to be so boots on the ground about it. Your hustle is just in a different variety. But you still have it. And it's less hustled for you right now. It is just more consistency fucking been on instagram stories. Every single day since you were like twelve or something like now I'm consistent because I learned from you but I can remember like five years ago. I'm like how does this girl this? I don't understand how you do this so consistently so much every single day serving your audience every single day I might. Oh man that's really working for and I should probably start doing that more than I'm on there all day long and it really works more than ever is not the time to fart around Sandra. This is not the deferred around my friend. What the Heck are you selling? What pain point or are you solving? What problem do us all in? The health industry either not buying generic health and wellness. They're buying a specific solution to a specific problem. What is what is the problem you saw. What is probably his. Although probably saw again you guys? This is not the time to answer on. Have eight niches. Now that's a luxury and now what you need money. You didn't order number get focused. Yeah hundred percents. The riches are in the niches. You what else. It's just like. I just have a little giggle. I was hanging out with my hungry for happiness. Certification Women on one of their group calls and I was like Yo. Pull up your website. Pull up your shit. Let me see me. Just rip it apart for a second and I can be real af with those girls because I built the trust with them so I was just like giving it to them. I'm like no that's never gonNA work. You're never going to get a client if the bag would you buy that? Nobody you know if you don't WanNa hop on a site or an instagram bio go. That's me one hundred percent. You're doing something wrong. You know what I'm saying like just go on other people's sites and just feel into your body. Is this me or not like is there an expansion or contraction? Are you excited to read that or you? Not excited to read. That hook has got to be so clear. Some of my best students that have graduated from the hungry for happiness certification program are the ones that are like. I help stressed out nurses under the AGE OF THIRTY FIVE. Stop emotional eating. It's like very clear. Oh cool this is the girl for that. I empower women to unlock their divine shockers. So we can all be an alignment and be happy. I'm like what whatever trying to be acute. You gotta be clear. Like I help women who've tried everything and their battle with food and their body. It's got to be so clear. They'll people don't like niching down for two reasons number one. They think well if linage down like what if I don't have any clients that's a fair and then the other fear the second fear is well. I don't WanNa talk about that same thing forever. You guys I've been talking about food and body for ten years and I have a multi seven figure business so I'm just saying that works. I'm not saying you have to do it but if you want money in the bank. I want to serve clients at the deepest level and you want to transform them. Get obsessed with that one thing. I started my second company. Two years ago breath work company. And so that was a chance for me to talk about something different for awhile but right now in the process of launching a food and body product some talking about food and body again. And it's about how can I find different ways to talk about this same thing to make it more interesting for me as a marketer right because if I'm not interested they're not interested so I've been playing with? Okay how can I tie in breath? Work and emotional eating and not only does that excite me. That's still valuable for my client. Because breath work directly helps emotional eaters. So it's just about finding new ways to talk about the same thing but when we are being a Debbie Dabbler. Were diluting our message. Your audience is going to be confused. And they're gonNA be like Oh. She seems nice but I would never give her. A dollar is one of the biggest mistakes. I see. Health coaches making. Let's just say coaches in general? Here's one of the biggest mistakes. Listen up your marketing and your contents are two different things. Oftentimes people try and market what they teach in their programs. And to Angie's point it's way too out of their zone of what they see is as the pain you gotta dumb it down you gotta dumb it down to like a third grade level so if I was to market what I am delivering in the Food Freedom Journey. Which is my membership site. If I was to talk about the content that I'm delivering and how I create transformation for people and break them out of emotional eating if I was to talk about how I do that. And the fundamentals of that and use the frameworks of that in my marketing. They wouldn't get it. They wouldn't get it because the emotional and energetic tools that I use in the program to create change and transformation integrating breath work and etc etc etc is far more advanced than my ideal client of course because I want to bring them to be like okay. Everything you're doing is wrong. When it comes sue ending or battle with food. Please come here join this program. I can't say that I wouldn't have a business so I got them down. I gotTa talk about the pain. I got to speak their language. You know so I got to say. Do you ever feel like you have willpower. When it comes to food why do I say that because they say that to me? Do you ever feel like you've tried everything. How many times has a woman said? Or maybe you. If you're women listening you've said to yourself or one year France man. I've tried everything when it comes to dieting and trying to lose weight and emotional eating so I speak the words that they tell themselves at night. You phrase it integrate way and. Insert yourself into the conversation. They're already having. Is that what you say? Yeah Yeah so. It's that exactly. What is the conversation there? So if I was to talk about the three fundamental energetic states and Beta brain ray whatever if I was talking about my contents that I deliver in my programs I would leave people if I am talking at third grade level to my ideal client. Whose name is Laura. And I was just saying it as is. She's like all you understand me so there's that heart-to-heart connection there is that understanding. Then I add in some of my personal story with food and then there's a there's another layer and then I add. My personality tells him sort of inappropriate joke. Or make a weird face or a voice and that she's like she's also human So she stacking reasons to work with me. Love that that juicy. There's so much Walton. Simplicity and health coaches who? I've coached who are doing the best in war going fulltime six figures they are the ones who have the most basic mission statements. They have the most basic. I help statements in their bio. They keep it simple and they double down on simplicity and they doubled down on what works and they speak the language of their customer. They don't make more than it needs to be. Yes of course once they are in your doors then you can show them all do shit you can give them the weirdest shit you WanNa give them. They come see your methodology but when it comes to your marketing like Sam said guys your marketing and what's inside your actual contents can be a little different Someone in your door is difficult in itself and then once they're in then you can sit them down and say. Hey listen becky. It's actually not about food. I know crazy right. It's actually about food lenny. What it is about the becky would've never walked in your door unless you use the word at suit. Yeah here's another big mistake that people make in this niche and I've seen it over and over again quick question for my fellow entrepreneurs who also suffer from S. B. S. Squirrel Brain Syndrome. Add if you also have SB S. Keep listening my friend. Do you wish there was something you could take. That would give you insane focus during your workday but is also completely natural and caffeine. Free is yes. I have something for you. That may just fix your Squirrel Brain Syndrome. It's one of my best brain. Haxhi grits and something I take before he record every single podcast and every single time before I speak on stage. It's called be brain fuel over the years. I've tried so many things to help me with my focus and I'm so happy that I've found something that actually works. Ballitser helps with fighting brain fog feeding the afternoon slump. Incredible focus for your workday supporting your focus. Your energy your productivity. Oh my gosh. It's my little obsession and if you follow me on stories you know. I'm taking shots of it every single day to keep me focused if you're ready to not suffer from Squirrel Brain Syndrome anymore. Had to beekeepers naturals DOT COM. Use the Code Angie lead to save beekeepers naturals dot com code. Angie Lee it saves you Moolah. I'm so excited. Let me know how it helps. Sps I love you. I love your brain. Your brain is going to love. Ballitser talk about feelings. No must feel their feelings. Almost talk about feelings almost method or stress or whatever it is gonNA scare people. If that I made this mistake Lott I would go so deep. 'cause as light as I am. I also have the other spectrum. I'm very deep as well. I've got both sides and so I was like really planning on this. Soulful deep marketing. If you guys see my content or my instagram like I go deep in my poetry but I put my poetry out there so they can relate to me. It's not a marketing tactic. It's just like I sometimes put my depth in there so people are like. Oh right I talk about the stack of like giving reasons to work with me. So then they see the other side of it but that's not necessarily like direct marketing. That's getting to know me as a human not myself but I was only leading with the feelings darkness but they got stuff for so long and it actually was not effective so we got out even more. We gotTA keep it like real logical real behavioral. Yeah it has to pass the Google test. If you born googling or your product guys if it doesn't pass the Google test it's not a thing absolutely honestly. What do you think you're googling like how to stop emotional eating? Yeah Yeah so simple so basic how to stop emotional eating how to stop binge eating binge eating help Eating too much food help but sears the guys it must pass the Google test. If you cannot see your customer Taibbi into Google. The pain point that you saw ways you confused at. It's not an actual problem in the market demand. That people are willing to pay for those. Kinda go together as mentioned I do a consistent breath work every single morning Monday to Friday eight them. Now I'm getting my audience used to that. I have only been doing it for like a month now. But it's grown from fifteen people watching live to now more like eight hundred eighty five ninety sometimes so it has to be consistent. Same thing with like a podcast coming out and in the email going out you just got to keep showing up. Keep putting yourself in front of your face if you're like hey. I'm not the type of person that can do that at the same time every single day. Maybe your mom. It doesn't work cool but fine. What works for you and show up every single day or show up consistently because again dabbler number. The dollars are who I just made. That up. Sounds good fine a flow that works for you and to stick to it. I used to resist this a lot and I've had to just find something that feels good for me. 'cause I used to always resist this. I'm like I don't want to schedule. Don't want this and I've had to do it in the way that works best remain. I'm like you know what I do breath every morning. At eight o'clock screw it. I'll put live on my audience. Do with me. You know that works for me. I love that that you just made it work with your schedule Yeah Yeah I was doing it anyway. That has built up a lot which has resulted in sales was just resulted in people. Joining my programs that that sort of thing. The show is just like no brainer right now. There's no one that I follow. That doesn't show up on video all the time. Why do you follow? And because she's on video all the time she's showing her face all the time she's doing funny. Carol Basson things all the time you know. It's like Oh this is a funny. This is entertaining. I'm getting value from this great content. You know you have a beautiful way of packaging like really potent content in a lot of humor which is a real skill and if not your thing don't train be funding because it's just gonNa be awkward but show up in a way. That's you practice on video. I love showing people my old youtube videos of like Kay. You think I'm on video. Yeah Scroll back on the old youtube channel and you'll see you find your voice and you find your low and if you're introverted that's cool be introverted on video. You don't have to be an extrovert to be great on video. In fact some of my favorite people I follow are introverts on video. And it's great. I always ask myself what has been my purchasing behavior in the last little while. And why have I made those purchases breath and just observe how you respond to people and how you make your decisions like what is it based on more and more and more? It's personal branding. You know it's like Angie. Leah's a brand behind that Angie lied brand you have sole CD. You have marketing. You have offerings. But you guys aren't like Oh my God I just love how you source e from this place over here. It's like no you love Ange. And how she talks about an how are in. That's the connection. That's the relationship. I am a spokesperson for the things that I offer. Certification pass breath work. You're connecting with me. The personal brand the person in. Here's my creations. And if you like what you see as the person you were going to enter in the next doorway which is the offerings. Because you're like well if this is what I'm getting for free. That must be pretty awesome. Which is delivering her certifications. Do you think your brand would be where it is or you would have had the success that you did as a health. Coach Without Video Duh. No there's no way so. I was out of speaking event about a year ago and the hosted popcorn style. And they're like hey like bridge hand like. How did you hear about SAM? Nine out of ten people said video instagram stories. Your Youtube Channel Video. Facebook live video video video video dude. I don't know where I'd be without video. I think we would be working at State Farm. Insurance together with Carol. Baskin disguised their vision famine. I worked in an office together and it. Not Oh my gosh are desperate have to be in the HR office. Oh we would be fired. So they have a deep obsession turning mediocre health coaches into masterful coaches so that they can scale their influence their impact. But mostly it's their income because when we make more money we can just do more good in the world money in the hands of good people does good things and so this is why we have hundreds of hungry for happiness certification alumni. Who ARE MAKING BANK IN DOING? Good in the world because they have mastered their skill. They are masterful at what they do in today's world. You've got to be a master when someone joins the certification program. I might go. Hey My intention is to turn this person into such a masterful coach. Give them all of the training. The frameworks the tools everything. I know that I've helped. Twenty three thousand people transform with. Give that to them so they can embody it and they can teach it and they can replicate it because I have a proven system that helps but with this exact issue and so when people join the program. That's what they get and you can see the impact of that when people graduate. They have the confidence to go. I know my shit. I know if I'm in front of any client. I can create a sustainable transformation for them. I'm not talking about a band aid on a bullet wound. I'm talking about sustainable. Transformation helping them heal the wound that has created thirty years of suffering sustainable transformation so that clients can finally live the life that they want to live. Finally live without suffering without this battle. And so when you can do for your clients over and over and over and over and over again with a proven framework. A proven system. You are going to become so much more valuable than what happens. Is Your referrals skyrocket? Your money skyrockets your ability to just serve at a deeper level skyrockets. Everything becomes better. You know we cannot be mediocre anymore. If you want a great bank account if you want a great business you have to be great. It all comes down to you and so it's through application and invitation so I make sure that everyone who joins the certification program is prepared to go deep with me. You got a tiny little taste of it a little bit on this podcast but like I say it how it is. I don't take any bullshit. I cut through the noise. I get right to the truth and create clarity so they can execute take action and make money and change lives. That's what this is all about. It's really really imperative. It's so important that we become masterful coaches because that is what is going to take everyone to the next level. That is a win. Win Win for everyone. Because you cannot take someone deeper than you've gone yourself and one of the big things with the hungry frankness. Certification is for the first couple months of the program. I don't even teach you how to become a coach. I pour into you making sure you are confident and have healed any emotional stuff in your system and I work directly with you to make sure that you feel empowered. And I don't empower you. I teach you how to empower yourself so there is no dependency thing here going on but I teach you exactly how to do the framework on yourself so that you can feel energized in alive so then you can teach from a place of service and sharing not trying to convince someone and there's a huge difference there so that's how we break it all down but yeah I mean so important that you have that framework. This is exactly how I create change people. You have that system in place so then you can just rinse and repeat all day long. Random repeat my friends rinse repeat. Make it easy for yourself to be successful. Make it easy for yourself to get results. And like Sam says it just doesn't pay anymore mediocre so become the best know your shit have a framework is actually GonNa be easier for you to coach then too because then you have a step by step process that works versus your rowing Shit at the wall. And you're hoping it sticks so if you're listening to this and you have that fire in your belly year like This is the thing I need. I would love to talk to you. I would love to chat with you. You can head over to Hungary for happiness dot com slash Angie. Le- let us know that the baby grandma the Oh gee baby grandma herself saint you over. Let us know that you just listen to this on the show and I would love to talk to you. I would love to see where your auto and find out if the hungry for happiness. Certification Program is in alignment with what you're creating what you're doing and more importantly where you. WanNa go so hungry for happiness dot com slash Angie and. We'll see in their own. If you guys loved this right now tag tag. Let us instagram. If you loved this episode.

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362: A Cardiologist Takes on Common Health Myths With Dr. Jack Wolfson

The Healthy Moms Podcast

1:15:14 hr | 2 months ago

362: A Cardiologist Takes on Common Health Myths With Dr. Jack Wolfson

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Mama and if you use the Code Wellness Mama. Send you a free gift with any purchase. So again, J O, DVD dot com forward slash wellness Mama and the Code Wellness Mama All one word for frequent. Hello and welcome to the wellness. Mama podcast I'm Katie from Wellness Mama Dot com, and while mess dot com that's wellness with an on the end, which is my new line of personal care products that go beyond just safe and natural to actually be food for your hair skin and body. I am really excited to share this episode with you. I am here with Dr Jack, Wolfson who is a board certified cardiologist who uses nutrition lifestyle changes. And supplements to help avoid and handle disease We talk about all things, heart health and some common myths to dispel together with his wife who's Dr Wolfson they are the doctors Wolfson are linked to their website in the show notes you guys can find them. They have an excellent resource for all kinds of holistic health and lifestyle information. They are parents to three kids who were all born at home and in this episode Dr Wolfson. And I go deep on heart health. But so much more. He talks about things like heart problems that can affect even young people and what to do about them metrics that we can track to know how our heart is doing at home factors that we can change to improve heart health and overall health, and we some common myths and misconceptions about things like cholesterol, saturated fat and vitamin D Sunshine, and also things like one small change you. Can do that could save someone else's life and also reduce your risk of certain problems by as much as seventy or eighty percent really fascinating episode. I know that you will enjoy this as much as I enjoyed recording it and without further ado here we go. Tekere Wolfson. Welcome. Thanks for being here. Thanks so much Katie pleasure to be on and really excited to delve into so many issues that really are going to be just so beneficial. For your audience so ready to roll me too. I have so many. So many areas I want to delve into with you but I always love to learn a little bit about my guest I and I know that you are cardiologists Dr. I love to hear a little bit of your story and how you became a natural heart doctor. Thing basically, like my father before me, my father was a cardiologist. I wanted to be exactly like my dad and follow in his footsteps and that's exactly what I did. I went through four years of medical school three years of internal medicine, three years of cardiology, and then I joined a very large cardiology practice in Arizona where I became a senior partner and on the job I'm doing Angie Grams and pacemakers and all the high tech cardiology stuff that that US cardiologists do and. In two thousand and five. So a couple years on the job. That's when I met the woman who would become my wife and she is a doctor of Chiropractic as she says, Dr of cause, and she starts telling me all this stuff about how doctors killing people that drugs are worthless procedures are worthless mearns up my entire career is a sham and Katie she told me this stuff like on our first date. And what she was saying. Is, far as you know as far as these things and how I need to become a doctor of cars to talk about nutrition at talk about important lifestyle things, unhealthy lifestyle and and using evidence based supplements in Chiropractic care move this stuff really resonated with me because I saw sickness all around me as a conventional cardiologist I saw sickness in my own family with my father and has my father is dying of, Parkinson's like disease in his late fifties his late fifties he's dying of a Parkinson's like disease and the Mayo Clinic tells us. There's nothing we can do for your father. We have no idea why your father is sick. And there's nothing we can do to help him here comes this you know twenty something year old chiropractor and she's like I'll tell you exactly why your father's sick because he eats garbage food he doesn't get good sleep in Chicago cardiologists he doesn't get any sunshine he. He drinks too much alcohol. He takes this neuro toxin poison called lipitor. For cholesterol he's around radiation exposure, and of course, NFL, all the hospital based toxins. She's like that's why your father's sick and it made perfect sense to me were most cardiologists medical doctors would run from this person to me. It was quite simple to listen to this woman number one. She's absolutely drop dead gorgeous and number two she was spot on and that's how I changed to a natural cardiologist open up my own practice in two thousand, twelve Wolfson integrative cardiology together my wife and I are the Doctors Wolfson and wrote my book in Two Thousand Fifteen and there you go. I love that and I love hearing voices like yours and your wife's who are in the medical field and who are speaking to this holistic approach I. Know I've taken heat for that as a doctor as a mom doing research and I always thought it would be great. One doctor speak out about this because then they can people were really listen and they will change the industry but I would guess you've probably gotten some heat for saying some of these things in your profession as well. I do. Katie I do every day we get commentary and whether it's on social media emails or phone calls on a Webinar maybe somebody who doesn't like what I have to say you know they make comments But as you know, you gotTa have free thick skin to survive in the world in general let alone in the natural health space. There's so many people that are against our message because again, it's just it really shocks what people have learned rocks the foundation of of what they think is health and wellness. So that's a problem there, and then the other side of that of course that it's such, a pharmaceutical driven world is so geared towards conventional medicine conventional doctors that those industries. Of course, you know fight US tooth and nail and you know it's I I know. I know your credentials and I know your history and obviously respect everything that you do. But I I always laugh when people comment you know whatever and sometimes like people have called me like like. Daddy blogger and you're a mommy blogger. Oh, you listening to mommy bloggers. Yep. Mommy bloggers who go to the Internet who go to pubmed dot Gov and pull up the medical literature like a mommy bloggers who are actually doing the research as opposed to the cardiologists of the biggest group that I left. When nobody does any research everybody there is only interested in pills only interested in surgeries they're not interested in finding the cause. So when Katie wells or any other. Blogger goes into the medical literature and pulls this stuff up like wait a second. It turns out that sunshine is really important for heart health and sleep is critical for heart health and environmental toxins or dangerous to your heart y are the cardiologists talking about it? They're not talking about it because they've never been taught. To, learn about it, and again, it doesn't make money for the cardiologists. So why would the cardiologists sit and talk about air pollution and all of its infinite risks when they don't make any money on it and it's it's really a sad of affairs. But you know again, let's not worry about and and I don't mind offending people on facebook social media if you don't like what I. Have to say and I know you've you've said the same thing as well. Katie Ellison if you don't like what I have to say, you know what? My my my pages and right for you go to another page where where people are are more in line with what you WanNa talk about you know get off my email to the unsubscribe button. It's real simple. You don't like my. Message go somewhere else exactly and I think you hit on a really important point is that parents especially parents who have health issues or have children with health issues I think are some of the most motivated researchers in the world and I think the best outcomes happened when we have educated intelligent parents who are looking into these issues asking great questions working with practitioners and doctors who are also. Doing the same thing I think that's when we're going to see the actual change in the industry and the reason I was so excited to have you on today in to talk is that at least based on the recent data, I've seen heart disease is still the number one killer in the US, and so this is a massive problem and it's not one that a lot of people I think. Really start to pay attention to when they're young. It tends to be something maybe people in their fifties or sixties start to realize could be problematic but it seems like there's a whole lot that we can do in our younger years that can help really improve our odds as we get older when it comes to heart health. So I'd love to start brought in go specific. But what are some common heart conditions that young people might face and then also what are some the tend to come more with age? For sure heart disease is the number one killer worldwide I mean frankly I mean it does happen younger folks the pre menopausal woman the woman who is still having periods still menstruating she appears to be very well protected from the typical heart disease that we think of but to conditions I'll talk about real quickly I think that young women should really know about because the number one cause of heart attacks in younger women is something called. spontaneous coronary artery dissection and I think women should have some understanding as to what it is because if you do have the symptoms of a heart attack, we shouldn't kind of glosses over and pass it over. We should really look into it and I think young women certainly could get missed and scattered S. C. A.. D. Happens oftentimes under stress. So stress right now is at an all time high so we really need to pay attention. To what the signs and symptoms are of scout and again, it's heart attack symptoms. It's pressure in the center of the chest it could be shortness of breath it could be sudden sweating nausea and I don't WanNa scare again I don't want to scare women here, but I want them to just you know it's it's not a common diagnosis, but it does happen I think women should have some awareness of it and I know your audience. Is So, educated. So I think I'd like to see him read up on this and I've got a few blog posts on Scott as well. There's another one called Takasu bio cardiomyopathy or broken heart syndrome, which is which is where some stressful event again causes something that looks like a heart attack and it leads to heart damage I'd like your audience to become aware of that and I talk about that on my website, but you know listen. The most common thing I. Hear from Young Women about is really palpitations. Flops Beats in women. We would say are typically PAC's PVC's premature beats. They can be very problematic, very bothersome and women are concerned about that, and we have a lot of You know interesting stuff on that and I actually have an upcoming. A webinar. This particular topic and I think young women really need to to get a good understanding is to what palpitations are, and we could you know what why they're from why pharmaceuticals are not the answer and how we can treat it a naturally but just wrapping all this point is that like you said, of course, the behaviors that we do now prevent us from developing high blood pressure down the road coronary artery disease down the road strokes down. The road. So the behaviors that that you teach on your website are obviously super super critical for these women to again. Yeah I'M GONNA. I. WanNa be around for for my children and I want to be at their weddings and I want to see the grandchildren and I want to see the grand children get married and so on and so forth I wanted to live a very, very, very long life and I wanna live in a healthy way. I love that and like I said, I, think this is something that's so important to think about even at a young age and the people just aren't and I'm curious many people listening very good advocates in their own health and do a lot of you know at home management and testing and experimentation when it comes to heart health are there metrics that we can test from home or in a lab or looking at things like resting heart rate? Are there metrics that we can monitor to kind of get a picture of how our hearts doing? Yes certainly I think looking at resting heart rate is actually a very good. Very, good idea I mean certainly resting heart rates in a young healthy person while they're sitting and maybe you know reading a book, it should be in the fifties anything You know fifties maybe into the sixties anything above that while you're at rest I think is is certainly a sign that we need to up our game a little bit and either whether it's You know make better food choices or or again in a look into sleep look into sunshine looking to environmental toxins. If you're if you're reading a book in your house in your in your heart rate is seventy five and you're not under stress for any particular reason. I think again, you need to look maybe some environmental toxins maybe your house is full of mold. You know again, I think that's a great point that you that you make that the heart rate should be nice and welcoming controlled in those in those scenarios Outside of that, you know as far as inflammation we know is linked to cardiovascular disease inflammation is linked to heart attack inflammation is linked to stroke. It's also linked to cancer and brain disease and everything else and the the real big sign of inflammation is pain. So if you kind of have pains if you have aches and pains like you just wake up. In, the morning and and again you hurt or it's an evening and you hurt that's a sign that you're inflamed again that's that's where we need to start digging in deeper to to see what the issue to see what the issue is I. Think also you know checking your blood pressure certainly doesn't hurt. I'm not saying you gotTA check it every day but you know if you do you know check your blood pressure the healthy person you know healthy young person blood pressure one, hundred over sixty, one, ten over seventy. One sixteen over seventy, six, those kind of numbers. Once you start getting into a top number above one twenty and you're young I think again, it's an opportunity for you to really kind of dive in to what's happening and then I'll say one more thing about this Katie. 'cause it going back to the pulse thing that you mentioned we can check for food sensitivities. By checking our pulse. So if you eat something and you check your pulse between fifteen and thirty minutes later, if your pulse goes up by ten beats per minute, it may be a sign that you're sensitive to food. So take you know gluten or dairy or coroner. Soy. Or whatever that particular thing is. If your pulse jumps up after you eat, it may be a sign again, the you're sensitive to it. And those are, of course, the usual offenders gluten a corn dairy soy can be offenders typically you know, of course, caffeine is gonNA raise your heart rate's sugar can raise your heart rate as well. So that's kind of a simple way to check. That tip and that's like you said anyone can do from home and there's not even monitors that Kinda give you your heart rate in real time. What about heart rate variability because this is something that is being talked about a lot more in the literature right now from what I've seen, and also amongst health experts I'd love for you as a cardiologist explain heart rate variability, and then also share your perspective on it. Yeah. So hurried variability is something that. That, you can't check at home and has it has to be on a monitor. So you have to be on some kind of EKG or rhythm monitor to to have basically a computer program read out what's called heart rate variability and heart rate variability is essentially the very short time differences in between beat what's called beets of beat changes. So when your as your heart is beating, it's not all for example, if your heart rate is sixty. Beats per minute that means your heart rate is beating once every second. But again, the time between. Those those heartbeats sometimes, it'll be a little bit less than a second. Sometimes, it'll be a little bit more than a second and all those different changes. There are called heart rate variability that again testing can tell us and the more heart rate variability you have it is a sign of heart health. So having a lot of hurried variability again is a good thing and we see that very common of course with younger people and we. See it quite obviously on an Ekg and younger folks as people get older, they start to lose it and it's again a sign that something is not right now as we look into how to improve heart rate variability that's where so many things come into play and it goes back to again the nutrition, the sleep, the sunshine, the environmental toxins it also goes into how physically active people are and I think there are a couple of simple. Strategies. To improve our variability I'm listen. My wife is a doctor of Chiropractic. I'm a big fan of Chiropractic for all things health and wellness I think everybody should be under Chiropractic Erin I could talk about this for a podcast if anybody's interested but the the rate variability is improved from from chiropractic care. So I think there's great value in that I think acupuncture massage also improved heart rate variability as well and I think. It's a very important topic and I think that if somebody is looking again for a something, that's that's not dangerous. That would be a hurried for ability check now that I'm talking about I, love to mention this as a thing not to do and that is called a cat scan of your coronary arteries looking for coronary artery disease. I am very very against radiation exposure I'm very against that test although there are other quote unquote holistic cardiac. Quote Unquote Natural Medical Doctors that are for that C.. T. Scan very against the scan because it is a massive radiation exposure and I think like you pointed out, there's better ways that are non invasive and non dangerous to assess heart health. What about lab testing when it comes to some of the basic factors I know they look at cholesterol like the. Quote good and bad cholesterol, and often like when I've gotten labs, they'll give me a cardiac risk factor ratio when it comes to these kind of more basic tests what value do you see those and how can we if possible? How do we use those to know of our heart is doing well or not? Okay this is this is a big one. And it's a it's a fantastic one because again, these are noninvasive way is to look at cardiac risk. So if if number one, if we look at inflammation I, think inflammation has to be checked because if you're inflamed, you need to figure out why? Because if you're inflamed, you're in trouble. So let's look at markers of inflammation I and things like H.. S.. C. R.. P. Things like oxidized ldl things like phospholipids A to, which is a really good cardiac marker There are other measures, but I think those that I mentioned are really important to look at from an inflammation oxidative stress standpoint you mentioned cholesterol and lipids. The most important measurement of lipids is actually a ratio. It's called the April video to a ratio in the lower that ratio. Is the better. So I. Don't even bother checking total cholesterol total ldl's aged yells that doesn't matter what matters really is that ratio April be aibo a I also like to check on homocysteine high homocysteine is linked to everything. It's a sign of a methylation disorder. So we need to really look at levels of Homocysteine, I'm a big fan of course of checking vitamin D not. As a reason to take vitamin D supplements. But as a sign, we need to tell people to get a lot more sunshine. I'm a big fan of Omega three testing as well because ourselves need to be loaded with Omega three. So if there's deficiencies and Omega threes, we need to get people eating more high quality seafood, and then also we do advanced testing intracellular vitamins intracellular. intracellular Glutathione Co. Q. Ten. So those are really critical from a heart standpoint I love doing leaky got testing looking for leaky gut looking for gluten sensitivity because all that's related heart health, and then most recently, we've been doing urinary tests where we look at a couple of things. One is thirty one different mold, micro-toxins because if we're getting exposed to mold, we are in major trouble and I've got videos on that and in. The. Most recent thing I've been offering is environmental toxins where we look at twenty seven different environmental toxins, things like all the different pesticides including where we look at parabens and phthalates and plastics and I know this is such a passion for years and I know a lot of the a lot of the personal care products that you use. I. Love You know I love your product line. Because I, love the fact that again you're, you know you talk about you know what the ingredient is why it's in the product and then what the environmental working group says about it I think it's so beautifully displayed I'm so I'm so happy to be able to tell people about your product line because I think it's just a great source, but again I find it very beneficial Katie to tell people. All right. Here here's objective data that you're getting poisoned from your environment whether it's plastics, phthalates, parabens getting pesticides BPA in cardiovascular disease. It's in the literature and again, my my cardiology colleagues he's they're not looking at this stuff. They're just looking at in a very myopic way looking at how can we use a pill? How can we use know some kind of imaging study or how it essentially becomes a moneymaking proposition under the guise of no we're just trying to keep everybody healthy but I'm telling you Katie, it's a very money driven. Profession, and it's it's very unfortunate. Wow. What about triglycerides? How do those come into play 'cause I've seen some really interesting data on. How that can be predictive of different things and how to lower triglycerides. I guess now that you mentioned too I mean honestly I can go on about the lab testing. You know I mean I mentioned thyroid testing and and how it's important for heart health and we didn't mention blood sugar testing and how critical it is for heart health. But the triglycerides are are a delivery form of energy. So when we eat food whether it's protein carbs or fats, these often get processed in they get transported. To to other areas of the body to be used as fuel. Or to be stored as fat and is, and that is what triglycerides are the delivery mechanism of food energy, and when we have the higher triglycerides, the higher cardiovascular risk and like the ratio April be able a triglycerides also is just is is just a linear or a straight line. For every point your triglycerides Galop Sodia risk, and again, same thing with able be able a for every point your blood sugar goes up so does your risk so I do think that yes, triglycerides are an important measurements and then again, how do we start to reverse that? That's where we get into again proper nutrition lifestyle and evidence based supplements to to improve our numbers without the use of Statin, drugs and other pharmaceuticals at that makes sense and I know when it comes to. Cardiovascular health one of the more controversial topics in the last few decades has been fat intake and especially saturated fat intake, and even now it seems like this is still a relatively controversial topic of which fats should we be consuming, which should we not be consuming and how much do we actually need and certainly there are viewpoints there are across the board for this. So I'm curious both in your clinical experience and in your research, what is your take on the whole that debate? While I. Am my book is called the Paleo Cardiologists. The natural way to Heart Health I. I will tell you that for anyone who's interested my book is available. It's it's called Free Heart Book Dot Com. Free Heart Book Dot Com will get people my book for free. All they do is pay shipping and handling but you know it's it's I mean, I'm the Paleo Cardiologists Katie when I first started again, cardiologists like all medical doctors we get zero training and nutrition zero training in nutrition. So which makes The quote unquote the Mommy Blogger infinitely better. Than than the cardiologists when it comes to nutrition because again, we don't, we don't get trained in that sadly enough. So when Started learning the truth about Cardio Vascular. Disease and how to achieve true cardiovascular health nutrition is one of the first things I drove into and. After after reading just tons and tons of literature, I just came out with a common sense approach like eat like our ancestors did and our ancestors were hunter gatherers for millions of years. So what are those hunter-gatherer foods they are free range grass fed meets their wild seafood's they're not and seeds and eggs, and Avocados and coconuts, and you mentioned saturated fat and coconut has kind of like the one of the big. Villains when it comes to saturated fats and that's been vilified of course, because of the of the Food Industry and the candy maker is and all the stuff you know from the nineteen seventies promoting hydrogenated soybean oil instead of coconut oil but islands in the South Pacific the islanders live forever there and that's all they do is eat coconut based products so that despite the fact they all smoke. So eating eating those. Kind of foods. Then of course, vegetables, seasonal fruits, that is the Paleo Pyramid. What is you want to do from the art you want to be mostly plants and a little bit of seafood meat that's up to you. If you want to be meat seafood heavy that's up to you as well are peo- ancestors did not eat grain they did not eat of course, sugar in high amounts that did not have corrina did. Not Have. Soy, and of course, everything back then was organic was chemical free as much as possible. There was no artificial ingredients in those foods. So although the science really support this in wrote a chapter in a an integrative cardiology textbook that is a medical textbook that published in two thousand, nineteen, I wrote a chapter on nutrition heart health and I have one hundred, eighty, seven references on why the Hunter Gatherer Diet Paleo Diet. Ancestral Diet why that is the best way to go and blue richer supports it and I think that's although I do I mean I've got the utmost respect for animals and love for animals and we are involved with animal charities and animal rescues I think that veganism is a very, very wrong choice and I would encourage anyone who is who is vegan please eat seafood please eat seafood because it is pure brain food and again all societies in the history of the world were meats and or seafood eaters I think we should embrace that in a very healthy and respectful way. Agree and I think I'm on the same page with you absolutely that diet is one of the most important probably starting factor when it comes to any aspect of health including heart health but I think we're also there's a lot of really cool ways that we can support our overall health and our heart health beyond that specifically, I'd love to get your take on the role of iron and tracking that and how much we need or don't need because like you mentioned pre-menopausal women are typically lower. Risk of cardiovascular disease, and at least one of the theories I've seen presented about this is that premenopausal women are losing blood every month losing excess iron and some people speculate. Maybe that's why post menopause the risk of heart disease for women goes out to that similar of men I'm curious your take on that, and if that's the case is there a benefit to monitoring our iron levels and like for me mine tend to run so I give blood pretty often Katie that's awesome commentary. Yeah. No that. That's fantastic and that's such a great great point and again when I'm talking to. you know I mean to you and again and just makes me think again about how cardiologists ninety nine percent cardiologists. Would have no response response to what you just said about the importance of checking iron and ferreting levels and making sure those are under control for cardiovascular health and wellness and yes Menstruating women, they bleed are Paleo ancestors they used to bleed. They used to have trauma they used to get cut. There was bleeding that would happen and you know, of course as men and women alike. Now, we don't even cut ourselves shaving. There's no blood loss. All we do is stack up all of that iron and it storage form, which is called Sheraton and I think it is a massive problem especially two men that are on testosterone replacement. So I don't think a lot of your listeners have in our on on a new testosterone replacement, their males, but I think this is. A major issue for men that are on testosterone that's a whole nother discussion but again, testosterone tends to really stack up hemoglobin. So high hemoglobin high on, and now essentially your heart is pumping around sludge and that will increase cardiovascular risk. So in answer to your question, I love Checking Iron I love checking Sheraton ideally both are below a hundred I. Think. The optimal range for iron is probably between thirty and fifty and I. I think getting blood drawn for testing. Every three months I think really gives us objective measurements of where we're at and to make sure we're on track into keep us on track I think that's important but also the fact that you're getting even just a few tubes of blood. Drawn I think it's beneficial and then like you mentioned the concept of Therapeutic F- lobotomy where people go to either either donate blood or if they don't take your blood, you can just again have blood drawn maybe it's two hundred and fifty C. C.'s maybe as five hundred CICI's of blood and doing so every three to four months while you're monitoring iron. Monitoring ferreted and while you are monitoring your hemoglobin to make sure that you're not getting Nemec but I do think that's valuable I do practice that personally and Ultimately there is data that says that people that donate blood regularly have like a seventy to eighty percent lower risk of dying compared to the people that never donate blood. So I do think it is very important and it's something that I check on every single patient. That's fascinating and good to know I. Love Things like that where you can truly potentially save someone else's life and also get a health benefit of your own i. think those kind of little things can make such a big difference like you said when we do them regularly, I had no idea. The data was that strong though for reduction in risk rate I another thing you have written about and talked about a quite a bit is vitamin D and You touched on this. A little bit at the beginning of the interview, but I would love to go deep on this because it's something I've researched quite a bit that I monitor in my family members, their vitamin D levels I know we're seeing correlations with that and Kobe outcomes, and certainly there's a lot of data on vitamin D status and cardiovascular health. So talk to us about from a doctor's perspective what you look at when it comes to vitamin D what we to know to optimize this. Well. Vitamin. D, obviously, a really is a hormone produced in the skin and actually it's produced from cholesterol. So as cholesterol is traveling around through the body through the blood vessels of the body when the sun hits cholesterol, it turns it into vitamin. D. So if we have quote unquote high cholesterol, it is typically a sun shined deficiency because when you have high. oftentimes, it's with low vitamin D levels. So as you get more sunshine, you turn that cholesterol, which now will drop you turn it into vitamin D and it'll start going up. So the body does all these things in the body. Does it absolutely perfectly until we as humans interfere with it with a modern lifestyle now vitamin D receptors are everywhere in the body. Every single cell has these catcher's Mitts for vitamin D so they need to be activated. By vitamin D and in the receptors, go inside of these cells and work their magic they do what they're supposed to do, and if we don't have vitamin D to activate it then again, the system doesn't work. But again, the answer is not vitamin D. in the supplement form, you can get plenty of vitamin. You can get quality vitamin D from eating animal foods that have vitamin D. in them because the animal produced it for for its livelihood. And it's true of eggs as well and The the point being though is that again when you have low vitamin D now it's a signal to tell you you need to get sunshine and Smart Sunshine at that. So the importance of getting morning sun, noontime, Sun afternoon sign the you talked about you know everybody loves to debate the food story but if anyone thinks that food and nutrition is more important than sunshine they would be Critically managing an error in their health, and in the advice that they're giving a people, sunshine is just as important as food and. Measuring those vitamin D levels are really critical and you know Katie I've spoke all over the world and I've got people that come to see me from all over the world people from Canada people from New York people from Minnesota people from Portland Seattle, Norway Russia and it. So often these kinda cold weather climates. That's why they have cardiovascular issues high blood pressure, atrial fibrillation, heart attacks, cardiomyopathy, whatever it may be because they live in these climates where they don't get sunshine and what do I tell people I tell people to move Mike. Yeah That's my best advice is for you to move move to a sunny climates. If you'RE NOT GONNA move I, understand the reasons why you'd better take a lot of vacations to get into the sun. So for every five to seven weeks, you're up in the cool a climate where you're not getting son in the wintertime you better take five to seven days of vacation I? Do agree that there is room for red light therapy infrared sauna I think that stuff has. Value. But again, nothing replaces the power of the sun and I do think that Vitamin D supplementation has a role along with vitamin K specifically vitamin K to supplementation for people in the wintertime whether just not getting the sunshine exposure, and then finally let me just say when it's when it's the summertime stack up the sun almost like you're Sarah going in hibernation, you're building up all these high vitamin D levels so you can carry it safely through the wintertime. All of that is so important. Especially, the sunshine piece I think I focused on nutrition side just because of my background for a really long time and I notice a drastic difference when I started using sunlight to my advantage in several ways both in the form of morning sunlight as soon as possible after waking up, which we know has benefits for kind of the whole hormone cascade throughout the day and that made a big difference, my energy levels in my sleep, and then also getting vitamin D through the sun it midday whenever possible I found out through I have some BDR mutations I don't absorb vitamin D well through. Supplements, and so I do actually need the Sun and there's a segment of the population that has the same condition into for me. Sunlight was a really important key and you mentioned as well vitamin K to love to go on this as well because it's kind of fascinating what I've read in the data about vitamin K. two and I don't feel like it's as widely understood or known about as things like Vitamin D. so walk us through how vitamin K two comes into the equation Equate simply cates who keeps the county in the bones and out of the arteries and so often I think people run into problems when. They take counsel supplementation they take Vitamin D supplementation. But if they don't do the K. along with it, that's where they run into trouble. So k. one is involved with blood clotting and stuff like that. So there's a pharmaceutical Kumon and Kumon and again interferes with vitamin K A K one and K two for that matter. That's why more people in Kundun have coronary artery disease is because of the K two in Bishen Kate one in addition is leads to the blood thinning capabilities but k. one is easy to get from from green leafy vegetables K. to can be a little bit more difficult to get and that's where. We have to reach against the animal products to get quality K. to in our systems. But a lot of times it is beneficial to supplement with Ketu I do that for all my coronary artery disease patients, but I also check intracellular levels of k one K two. So again, all the magic happens inside the cells. So we have the ability now actually test for intracellular K. to along with intracellular magnesium and potassium all these other things by love checking, intracellular K to, and that really I can use for people to say, Hey, this is a sign. We got increase those cates who levels because it's critically critically important it's. Real quick to circle back to the sun. The Sun is so much more than just a vitamin D story. Of course, I mean vitamin. The sunshine improves blood flow sunshine is a natural blood thinner sunshine for all of our hormone production Again, sunshine is so critically important to our skin is a solar panel is is what it is. It's not just a bag that holds our our bones together. It is a solar panel to absorb the power of the Sun. The is the retina. The back of the eye contains UVA UV receptors for this particular purpose to again to harness the power of the Sun to extract all the health benefits and really I mean the son was here before humans were in any version of the story you choose whether it's evolutionary biblical, whatever it may. Be The son was here first and we we evolved in in sleep cycles, of course, whether as light and darkness. When there's light that's the sun with his darkness, we should be sleeping. It's a and really just comes down to a common sense thing I mean like my eight year old can reiterate all these topics number one just heard it from since the day was born but again, he can just it's just it's just common sense behaviors for sure what about so when you hear about vitamin K., you also often hear about calcium in the same sentence how do things like calcium and magnesium come into play when we're talking and Cardiovascular Health Occurred Calcium essentially calcium causes muscles to contract, and that includes heart muscle and blood vessel muscles may need him causes causes them to relax. So I typically I don't think calcium is ever really a major problem I. Think we get plenty of it you know in our food, and especially if we eat quality seafood and we things like I started means and anchovies that contain that contain bones that contain high sources of calcium I'm a big fan of the small of the small seafoods. And then again in calcium from vegetables as well. 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Wellness Mama all one word for frequent. Another factor that of course often talked about when it comes to heart health is exercise and there's a lot of data that regular exercise can improve cardiovascular outcomes. But then I've also seen studies that say, for instance, marathon runners are actually higher risk of certain cardiovascular problems. So I'm curious both as a doctor, and then also what do you do in your own life when it comes to exercise doesn't awesome question and what's again? Yeah, I mean it's. It's very interesting in the sense that what happens with marathon runner. So I used to run marathons when I would watch the people run marathons Here's here's what marathon runners do they run a mile and they have a power bar. Then they run another mile navy packet Goo, and then they run another mile and a half an Anna you know. So you know what happens is that as you are physically active. Generating. A lot of free radicals you're generating a lot of oxidative stress and if you don't have adequate antioxidants, your body is becoming damaged from that behavior. So instead of running a mile and having a power bar again and you gotTa make sure you're giving your body. Good Antioxidants. With. So that's why you know Greens drinks and eating green leafy vegetables or or or citrus containing. Vitamin C are importance of Omega three from from seafood. Of course, is a tremendous antioxidant, very important. They're having good quality cholesterol consumption in the foods in the fats. Again are of critical importance as well for those that are physically active. Now, here's the thing Katie I'm totally against getting on the treadmill and running for forty five minutes while you're watching CNN or Fox or whatever your poison is you're inside your in an e. m. f. bomb environment you're under the artificial fluorescent lights and then. They're cleaning off the treadmills with some kind of toxic cleaning agent. So I hate the idea of exercising indoors unless it's in your own house. If you have to go to the gym at sporadically get outside get outside no matter where you live, you can get outside. There's no such thing as bad weather only bad clothing. So if you need to gear up investing good quality clothing, but you know we live in Colorado I mountain bike I stand up paddle board I kayaked we go for hikes. Go Horseback riding in the wintertime Key, I do a st skinning were skin up the mountain and ski down I do cross country again I'd snow bike. Get. Outside and be physically active that is again now not only are you getting outside getting in the fresh air? But. You're also getting sunshine exposure to and even in the wintertime, there's GonNa be some value to that. So that's my take on physical activity. Do it do it outside and then compliment that with healthy food choices I love that that's such. Great advice that I noticed I think for years I kind of bought into the exercise idea that. Cardio at the gym or whatever you can multitasking was into a podcast and I hated it and I have recently started hanging out with people. My kids are training in pole vaulting. I've been hanging out there and just focusing on things like weights and sprinting and climbing and fun things, and it's been not only so much fun. But I've noticed the changes, my health as well when muscle tone even in labs and so. I love that advice get outside and do things that are fun as well to circle back I'm making notes of a few quick questions you mentioned that caffeine intake can increase your resting heart rate. What are your thoughts when it comes to caffeine intake in general because certainly for a lot of the MOMS listening caffeine intake regular part of our lives, and we definitely would not want to necessarily give up our daily coffee but. When it comes to heart health, is there a healthy mountain and what do we need to know about caffeine? That's let me just real quick if I can finish that. You did actually make the point about pole vaulting and stuff like that and I forgot to mention you're building muscle mass is more important than running marathons. So squats lunges pull ups, push ups building muscle mass is very her important undoubtedly, and if we're going to exercise in the morning, of course we need. A Cup of coffee or two or three to get us going in the morning. Now, when I first met my wife, she was very anti coffee. She was because I because I was born and raised on coffee and she said it leads to adrenal fatigue leads to gastrointestinal issues at leads to leaky gut and I said, okay I I understand what you're saying it makes sense. and and for Awhile I gave up coffee but one of my best friends is the head of cancer too big institution in on the East Coast and he was always sending me all these different studies and links to the benefits of drinking coffee and you know the the evidence is pretty irrefutable. That's coffee drinkers do very well, and that's people that drink folger's and you know like McDonald's coffee let alone if you're drinking some of the best organic coffees in the world that don't have mould. And an organic again, don't the pesticides the chemicals. In there because coffee is a very, very, very fantastic source of antioxidants. So again, you talk about how we generate free radicals in our daily life, and of course, more physically active while how you combat those free radicals you do so with antioxidants and coffee is a tremendous tremendous antioxidant especially when you're getting the good quality sources of that. So the allergy literature on coffee and Caffeine consumption looks to be very good Coffee drinkers have a lower risk of heart attack stroke atrial fibrillation, cardiac death, but here's the thing to and I know you're into genetics and whatnot is that the way that we? metabolize caffeine can according to data have an impact on heart health as well. So if we are slow metabolize irs of caffeine and those people, we typically know who we are. You know where we're again, you give very jittery. You don't like the way you feel on caffeine those people tend to naturally avoid it the slow metabolisers. If you're a fast metabolize her of caffeine, it actually markedly lowers your cardiovascular risk. So that could be a role where genetic testing comes in but overall, it appears that that coffee is heart healthy to a and finally again, if you're a woman out there on your suffering from palpitations. Flip. PBC skipped heartbeat. Something's not right. You May WanNa look into avoiding caffeine and see if it clears up your symptoms us. Another pet topic of that I would love your take on is sauna use because I really got into this after visiting Finland and the literature is pretty robust and pretty amazing if you look at the kind of Metadata of. Their, saying on US can reduce all cause mortality, and especially there's a lot of studies with cardiovascular risk factors showing that it can lower blood pressure also can help with resting heart rate over time But I've seen some studies that claim even a pretty big reduction in overall cardiovascular disease and death risk to me. It's an easy exercise medic in it's a lot of fun to sit Massana with friends in just sweat but I'm curious if. What you're taking on the literature at this is something that you incorporate in your life. Yes I do I think that the literature clearly supports sauna use you know fortunately you know when you start talking about the things that we're talking about whether Sauna. Or, it's red lights or all these other kinds of natural therapies. Again, the medical research is not quite as is not nearly as robust of course, as the pharmaceutical data because that's where the money is made in the pharmaceuticals, it's not made in telling people to use a sauna, but you're right the the literature is very clear that sauna users, people that that sauna four to seven times per week have like a seventy, five percent lower risk of cardiovascular death in heart attack compared. To people he used the sauna up a less than once per week and that again that data comes out of Finland on big Fan of Sauna use I love the I love sweat Saunas I love to sweat I think it's a great detoxification of our ancestors were constantly sweating and now most people never sweats. So then there's value in the sweat aspect of it and detoxification, but I think also the components of infrared whether it's far medium in in a near infrared, I think. Are All beneficial I. think it can be a new thing can be a family thing as well as far as on is concerned So I do incorporate it into my life. I do so more Katie in the wintertime when I'm not getting that natural sun exposure in the summertime I don't use the Sauna very often in the finally I'll say this I don't be interested in your take. I'm sure it's similar to mine when you're in the sauna, it's really A. Time to have conversations time to have inner peace to to meditate to have constructive thinking time. If you will I don't mind listening to music on the outside, but it's like know people I've seen people take their ipad in the sauna cellphone in the Sauna, even reading a book or a magazine in the Sauna. The problem is that the sauna heats up those materials and now they start to out gas and now you think you're detoxing while you're breathing in the glued. Losing materials from that book or a magazine I would encourage people again just when you go into the Sauna, take a glass of of your high quality water take in your organic towel that is You know wash with or Ganic laundry products, natural laundry products and Yeah. It's just have some good quality thinking time. Very much in agreement with you on that and I think the Sauna, the benefits as well as that it's a time of hopefully relaxation like you said in the body going into a pair state and so I think even. Trying to read or learn or focus on something can keep you from getting as relaxed as possible I. Think what I saw in Finland that really struck me was. The son of course, has health benefits just based on the heat and everything we studied but I really think a lot of those benefits come from it being a of community relationship for them and getting in this with other people in having great conversations I. think that often is an underestimated factor when it comes to overall health and we look at the data blue zones and just data in general we know that having. Really, good high-quality relationships in having a strong community around you are really big predictors of overall health. In fact, I've seen even some studies that would say those standup almost any other health actor you have. So I think if it's possible making sauna time a time for family time together or time with people in your community or that you have relationships with I. think that's a whole benefit of its own that really can't be discounted. I mean if you don't mind like to expand on that as well those those are fantastic points the sense of community and in no time is this more important than right now right I mean during covert while everybody's on lockdown, everybody's you know it's supposed to be stuck inside of their house and they're in isolation. The cardiology ramifications of that are absolutely cataclysmic. We know from the cardiology literature that's social isolation markedly increases your risk of death. Again people are are socially isolated before it's now worse than ever and again losing that community bonding, the importance of of hug the importance of of of physical contact with one another or like you said being born into the communities. Katie limit. Let me throw this out to you as well as long as I'm talking about it. What do you think about what's happening to these children? Now that are born into the world. And all they are seeing right now is they are stuck at home with mom maybe data's around once in a while because dads off at work. Now, the baby who was supposed to be born into the tribe supposed to be born into the community like all of the other humans and all the other monkeys and primates were now they're just they're around all. These other contacts now they're stuck at home in social isolation all they see as mom, and then when they go out into the world, all they see is other people wearing masks I think that the long-term consequences of this are just going to be again, just catastrophic and it just so sad for these young children for these babies being born into this world. And it's it's really it's it's it's horrible. It's horrible on so many levels. I fully agree with you especially just what we know of early. Childhood brain development, and how seeing facial expressions and mirroring them is so important for brain development I think I think you're right. Babies aren't going to get enough inputs and they're going to get enough exposure to a wide variety of people that should be in their tribe and I actually I don't know what the solution is but I'm hoping that maybe this will spark a return to more authentic real types of tribes because for. So long a lot of those things feel. Like, they've moved online or digital or have gotten just pushed to the wayside where the tribe became maybe just the school environment or You know the social groups that that came from that for a lot of families and for a lot of kids and I'm hoping now that isolation has kind of been forced for a while that we will get back to those small real life communities of people that we live nearby and have common interests with in contrast, and we actually can build stronger communities overtime because like you said I think. We're GONNA see some really drastic and dangerous outcomes from this. I think you know one thing that we really haven't touched on at all as it pretends to cardiovascular health and wellness and and again, everybody loves to debate. The Food Story. Food any more important than sunshine? We said, no is food anymore important than sleep definitely, not just food any more important than physical activity probably not is food any more important than environmental toxins environmental toxins are pretty darn nasty according to the medical literature but the more the more that I I I, learn the more that I. Live the more that I see the more patients that I see I think the number one risk factor in any and all disease is stressed stress. Fear anxiety, which now are at an all time high. Is I think the biggest risk factor for all disease and I think the medical literature really does support that. Again stresses linked to hypertension linked to heart attack risk, stroke, risk cardiomyopathy, risk atrial fibrillation, and those are just cardiology diagnosis aside from. Cancer and bringing diseases and stuff like that. But as we are getting pushed into stress at an all time high, it's something that again is is just it needs to be controlled and you know as you said, I do hope I can. I can hope that's the end of all of this again is about how we rebuild our communities, but we're being driven so far into isolation from one another while I I, don't know I don't know how the communities are going to start to repair themselves after this one when everyone is is going to be now conditioned to socially distance and that someone sneezes in a grocery store that it's. Time to evacuate the store. It's stresses at an all time high and we're GONNA see the ramifications of it. You Know Katie real quick people with with all the mass unemployment that's going on right now because shutdowns and lockdowns people that are that are unemployed of a five, hundred percent higher risk of committing suicide but they also have two hundred, eighty percent higher risk of dying of cardiovascular disease while they're unemployed. So the mass amount of unemployment that is going on right now again is going to lead to so many different downstream problems, Katie. My personal opinion on this would have been whatever viruses let it blow through the country. People are going to get sick some people will die people always die it does it does happen but again, I think that the consequences of shutting down the country are far worse than letting this blow through our our country and really it's time to highlight everything we're talking about her about real health and wellness it's not about isolation is not about wearing masks. It's about again keeping your body bulletproof by eating the right foods living the lifestyle thinking the right thoughts that is how we are going to win the game when the war whatever it is that's how we're going to win to stay healthy for the long term. I agree with you that I think I always go back to kind of the STOIC idea of what are the things that are actually within our control that we have the power to change and when it comes to health outcomes, we always have the ability to choose our own inputs, our own actions, and to do things that improve our own health and that's always. The case and doing that has actually always been good for society as well because it reduces things like heart disease risk and cancer risk, which could have a big cost for society. But now we're acutely it can help. We know there are certain things we can do to support our body that can help our ability to withstand viruses in respiratory illnesses and I'm right there. With you. It's kind of unprecedented that we've seen a complete societal shut down for any type of disease and it's kind of surprising to me how rapidly that happened in how so many people seem to have just sort of accepted that, and certainly it's a very controversial topic. My personal take is that I'm not worried about the virus Dolphin I would gladly get it. And get it over with and contribute to that I. Think you're right I think we have to look at total harm minimization, not just total cases of the virus, and when we look at what we've done to the economy and the potential costs long-term to the economy of about ten million dollars per patient who's actually had co bid for not actually doing very much to. Look at total harmonization I think we're going to be dealing with the aftermath economically for an extremely long time. Then when you're looking at something on a nationwide level, you can't discount how important that is and how that's GonNa Affect. Mental Health. And other health outcomes over the long term. So again, I don't know what the solution is but. I think it's something. We need a lot of great minds working on solutions four right now because it's completely unprecedented. In a real quick and I think my solution is. Whatever it is. Let it blow through. A you know let everybody gets sick or let everybody be exposed to this virus I mean certainly I mean not to go in other directions here. I'm not afraid of any natural virus that would that would occur I'm not afraid of natural bacteria, fungus virus obviously man made viruses are different different conversations but again, we keep ourselves bulletproof in as we keep ourselves bulletproof by doing all the things that we that we've discussed that we know that you have on your website and the other podcast interviews that you've done. You keep yourself bulletproof. That's what how we're going to survive. I Love I love show impatience You know talk about the movie castaway with Tom Hanks so Tom Hanks winds up on the remote island no matter what you think about Tom Hanks as an actor as a person whatever keep that aside. But think this about the movie castaway and he works for Fedex he's in a plane crash winds up on remote island and on the remote island he goes to sleep with the sundown. He awakes before the sunrise watches the sunrise spends the day out of the sun by the way he's. He's wearing a loincloth any of us who showed up on the island we would just be running around naked, which is our ancestors did it and there's no, there's no chemicals there's no pollution. There's no Wi fi cell phone towers em he's physically active on the island. The only thing that he suffers from on the island is we mentioned before is loneliness social isolation again is is is again so bad on so many different levels. That's the only issue there. So the point I'm trying to make is that if we were all born onto the island what our genetics, our genetics mean nothing. happened. On the if we live on the island like again, like Tom Hanks did and we live that kind of lifestyle we're bulletproof or not having heart attacks were not having strokes or not having cancer we're not. We're not going to be impacted by any kind of virus. We will truly live as long as we wanna live and that may be one, hundred, twenty, one, hundred, and thirty. I don't like to put numbers on one jeopardy at truly believe people can live as long as they wanna live when they stay happy and well but that's that's what's going to protect us going forward all the tools we need our inside of our. It's not going to be injected. It's not gonNA be You know through pharmaceutical whatever it is whatever this virus is it blow through the country and let's move on because what we've done is is damage that we cannot even comprehend and in the future we will we will see how how ravaging effects are. I agree with you and I believe we've already flown through an hour of time I. Think we'll have to do around to Wendy if you're willing because there's so many more topics that we can talk about. But a couple questions I left to ask toward the end of the interview are if there's a book or a number of books that have really influenced your life so what they are and why I love this question. Because I have a This question before do love to do a lot of reading obviously a lot of my stuff is now medical research but one of the first books that are read about just kind of like common sense about the way to eat was nutrition and physical degeneration by Weston a price, he wrote that book in the nineteen twenties as you traveled around. The world with his wife by boat looking at how how tribal people lived and and and why that was so healthy. So I love that particular book as really a good foundational point, commonsense eating. So nutrition and physical degeneration I. Also, I, I liked the book outwitting the devil by Napoleon. Hill, that was actually a second book. His First Book of course is world famous thinking grow rich but the second book that he wrote was only released a about ten twelve years ago finally released by his family because the concept of the devil was very. Very Taboo at the time in the nineteen thirties well essentially, it's all about about how the devil is anything that interferes with what you're supposed to do. So the devil could be like just like rummaging around on facebook like how you're gonNA, change the world and save the world Dr Jack Wolfson if you're on social media just for fun or quote Unquote Relax Station or maybe you're you're in the market for a new car and you do all this research on the new car well yet, it's important to know what kind of car you want to get. But again, at some point again it, it distracts you from what your main task is. So that's called outwitting the devil and then. Personally I love anything written by David Iky. I C. K E controversial to say the least. But a lot of thought about kind of why we are here how we exists what we are on a quantum level. All that stuff is is exciting and then and then finally let me say anything by an rand love love reading anything that she wrote. I will put links to all of those in the show notes and outwitting devils in new recommendation I. Look Forward to checking that went out. I'll also make sure that we link to your website in your writings that people can find an stay in touch with you but any parting advice for listeners or most important steps you would lead them for their health or for life balance in general. I think just those things that we talked about some of the what I guess all the different S.'s and SS sunshine and sleep and it's an and seafood, and then again the stress factor as well. I. Mean just you know find your happy Happy People I believe Katie truly happy. People. Don't get sick I believe that happiness finding you're happy whatever it may be so maybe involves relationship changes maybe involves career choice changes or locations of where you live or whatever it may be really work to find your happy because again as it's, it's cliche will only go around once and and you'd better be happy in this in this lifetime. So again, find your happy please love that that's perfect place to. End Like I said I would love to do around two one day. I appreciate your time. Thanks so much for sharing today. This was fascinating anytime. Thank you so much Katie and thanks as always to all of you for listening and for sharing your most valuable asset with us your time we're both so grateful that you did, and I hope that you will join me again on the next episode of the Bonus Mama. Aghast. If you're enjoying these interviews, would you please take two minutes to leave a rating or review on I tunes for me? Doing. 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There's more copycats less originality less resourcefulness etc. Because there's really no incentive for people to try harder or to try something different and on the contrary what we're dealing with now it's times like now that forced us to really get better to innovate to pivot to dig deep because honestly at this moment. Not Everything is right for the taking and I think that there's probably about three things to help people who want to survive this and want to do well coming on the other side with a business and presence and a brand that is even better than where they're at right now on the first is you have to have real mastery of the material so whatever you're teaching whatever your area of expertise is I think that it is important that you do have a real deep understanding of the thing that you're doing if you don't have a real understanding of the thing that you're teaching it's going to show you're going to get left behind so what that means is that you might need more education. You might need the ability get better innovation. Become a thought leader in your industry study more. Think outside the box that only someone who has mastery over their material really is going to be able to create those things. That are going to help you moving forward. The second thing that I think people need is a clinical and objective perspective. I think getting too attached to the way that you have done things in the past or the way that you think things should be done or the week that you like things to be done. Sometimes we can get really email about that. I think we kind of think. Oh well you know. This is the way I've always done ahead of this. What's worked in the past? I think sometimes we take it personally when things aren't working and look we're at a position right now. We're like a lot of things are not going to be working. People are going to experience a ton of frustrations failures obstacles and things come up and I think that we have to not take those things. Personally I think we have to look at all of this as clinical. So when things come up in your business and you try something and people aren't selling are people signing up or the message isn't hitting think. Resist the temptation to take it personally and try to just look at it clinically and go okay. What's working and what's not working and realize that it's probably is just a marketing. Issue is probably just a communication issue. Might even be kind of like mastery of the material issue. I think that if you look at it and you kind of remove the emotion. There's always a place to go and I think you have to maintain that possibility mindset in a place like this and we can't afford to be super attached to doing things one way and so what that means is again being clinical as possible and not taking your failures or your struggles personally getting clinical with it and then being action oriented and the last thing that I think that you need to do to survive and to do well in this time is be a leader because if you have a personal brand if you're teaching something on the Internet you are a leader whether or not you think that you are whether or not you want to be one or not. You absolutely are a leader. And I think that leaders lead with level-headedness. They leave with being grounded with having balanced the lead with action. They take massive action even in the face of insecurity even in the face of scarcity. And I think that it is important for the people who were phone you your audience the people who kind of look up to you whether or not you want that. You have to be that example. I think we have an opportunity to be that example so acting in abundance even when you don't feel one hundred percent secure even when you are getting a little bit into scarcity. I think it's important. So the three things that I think in summary We need to survive in do well in this time is number one real mastery of the material. I think that the masters and the people who know their material super well are going to be able to whether the storm number two getting clinical and objective with how you do things so instead of taking being super personally and getting really emotional. See Things as maybe marketing issue. A sales issue information as your communication issue and detached from being emotionally invested in it number three leadership and level headedness. I always ask myself. You know. It's okay to get emotional. It's okay to have all the feelings but the end of the day. How do I want to show up? And that's a conscious decision and it is a decision. I think a lot of people. Just feel at the mercy of what's happening and I always try to remember that we do have a say so those are the three things again. I think a good economy is great. And it's amazing but it's also a super low barrier to entry so to me. I would rather have something. That's a little bit tougher. That's going to force me as an entrepreneur to get better and to innovate. Hey I'm Joe Stanton from screw the nine to five. And if there's one piece of advice or loving kick in the Butt I could to help you navigate. These turbulent times. It's this this is your time. This is your time to show up. Serve shine and sell now. I know that sounds so obvious. But there are a lot of business owners out there who are in their heads right now beating themselves up for wanting to make an offer to their audience. And what I want you to realize is that creating something that truly serves and helps people in the wacky. Times is the best thing you could do for them and your business. So what could that look like? Maybe you create a free experience for people. Inside A pop-up facebook group that helps them achieve a specific result and gives them a quick win and then upgrade them into working with you in an even deeper way or maybe it looks like doing exactly like what Angie's doing with this kick ass mash up episode and creating wildly helpful free content for people. Or maybe it's leveraging the power of affiliate marketing. Were you simply connect your audience to the people products programs and services? You use like a believe in without having to create a product or program yourself maybe it looks like creating an intro offer. Something that is low on cost and heavy on the value. That could be something like a paid virtual workshop or a quick three day bootcamp or paid five day challenge that helps people in real time overcome a roadblock and makes them want to grab your course or Join Your coaching program or even your mastermind. Whatever it is. I just want you on the field. I want you in the ring. I want you showing up and connecting with people leaning into what you were meant to do because this is our time as entrepreneurs and this is when the world needs us an even bigger way. Are you going to step up into this opportunity or wait on the sidelines? What's up baby? Grandma's this is your homegirl. Kk coming at you live. And I've got a burning question for you. Are you going to choose fear or are you going to choose faith right now? Fear or faith. It's such a simple decision. And sometimes we get stuck making preferences. I'd prefer to have a tighter but I'd prefer to make more money. I prefer to have a better relationship. I should do this. I should do this I should do. They should do this and then pretty soon we all over ourselves because we never made a decision. A decision means to cut off from and means no other option exists. The interesting thing about fear and faith is that they are completely made up neither exist and a lot of you know a lot of people that are operating from one of those two categories in our world right now. Fear occurs when we direct our attention to something that we don't want faith occurs when we direct our attention to something that we desire something that we want one of the greatest lessons. My boss Tony Robbins. Ever taught me as he said. Kay if you'RE GONNA make shit up in your brain in your head than why wouldn't you make up something that serves rather than destroys you? Our world has gifted us the opportunity right now to sharpen our decision-making muscles that's all you've been you've been gifted a big decision to make and that's fear or faith regardless what's happening around you. There's a part I already know that about you because you're listening to the show which means you're a cake ass baby grandma. Okay call on that part of you. The part of you that is hungry. The part of you that is courageous in the face of fear. The part of you. That won't put up with excuses. Here is my quick tip. I want you to think about the area of Your Life. That right now you are most stressed out about the one that is keeping you up at night. The one that you're like. Holy flack Jesus. This area of my life is doomed. Nothing you say will make it better. Then I want you to take that word that area of your life and attach it to the of this sentence. Corona is the best thing that ever happened to my insert word. Now brainstorm. What would you have to do? What would have to happen for? That STATEMENT TO BE TRUE. Humans are rewarded in public for what they create timelessly. What they practice relentlessly in private. So I guarantee you if you put true relentless effort into that list when we come out of this thing which we will you will be light years ahead of not only the human you were before it all started but all of your competitors. Okay you got this girl shooting home here. Of course you could tell the baby gratify me at Judy. Holler J. U. D. I. H. O. E. R. ON INSTAGRAM and by website is Judy Holler dot com for all the things but my advice and this time of disruption and anxiety and fear and overwhelm and stress is to stay in forward momentum to keep moving things forward for yourself in your business inch by inch hour by hour day by day microdosing goes small. Go small to go big right now because I think sometimes even though spall moments of just inching projects forward who really help you stay informed momentum and a gives you this really beautiful dose of confidence encourage because when you do one really great thing for yourself today it inspires you to go do something great for yourself tomorrow so interesting. Ford keep informed momentum and the other thing I'm doing to stay sane as I'm moving my body because there's a lot of science around this idea that when you move your body you change your mind when you change your mind you change your life so get on the bike. Go for a walk run. Do Yoga in the basement. Dance out in your office. I've been doing a lot of this lately. Putting on like a sequined jacket. Somehow Pink Lipstick to raise my vibe and just dancing out in my bedroom in my office so I guess the moral of the story is keeps smiling but yeah move your body. Move your body to change your mind also to keep inching forward one day one hour one project at a time. I'm I'm founder. And CEO of brand up were a creative agency for online entrepreneurs. And we've been working with Angie on Oliver. Brand touch points from building visual brands to highly converting sales pages. I'm here to let you guys in on my tips for leveraging this white space to really get into a creative flow so whether you're a seasoned entrepreneur or someone who's recently lost their job and looking launch online now is our perfect opportunity to do a little brand and business audit. I think this white space is a beautiful opportunity for creation and getting into creative flow. So let yourself get inspired. That might mean a few different things for you. I know a lot of us are being mindful of budgets right now but you could totally roll up your sleeves and get scrappy here. So if you're an established brand I'd urge you to Do Audit. How are your websites? Converting right now is your website doing a good job at selling. If not now's the best time to figure out why and optimize from there. And what about your visual branding? I always advice to get scrappy or diy in the early phases. So if that was you now is maybe the best time to revamp. Everything and make it cohesive and do a little bit of future casting look at the rest of the year figure out. What other product launches you have and right now. Take the space of building those visual brands. That when you're ready to launch you could just hit the ground running get creative get inflow make it intentional. Make it strategic. Now that we aren't forced to create we could just allow inspiration flow and on the other side of things. If you're starting from scratch don't over think it builds something with their audience in mind make it intuitive and make it beautiful remember conversions. Are What matter here? Not Building something pretty with no endgame so roll up your sleeves and get it done. Feel free to reach out to me. Directly my Insta- is Anna doing things. I'm always happy pointing in the right direction. Come say hi and visit our website at. Www dot brand up B. R. A. N. D. UP DOT I. N. K. There you can inquire about working with us one on one or if your brand new we have some awesome branding and website templates. That can really get up and running stat. I really hope you're all looking at this as opportunity to create and I look forward to co creating with you guys I got good news for you. Baby Boo never before in human history. Has there been a better time to grow your business online better yet. There's never been a better time to market your business on social media. My name is Jasmine Star. And I'm a photographer and business strategist and also the CO founder of social curator and I have the honour of speaking to hundreds and hundreds of small business owners every single day and what I tell them is what I'm going to tell you. Early studies have shown that with the increase of people being at home. People are spending now twice as much time on social media twice and another piece of aggregate news has been that large organizations conglomerates businesses. Aren't spending as much on advertising at this time. Because they're not quite sure how their business is growing in relation to the uncertain times. So what does this mean for you? Sweet Hustler Dreamer small business owner. Is that more? People are spending more time and big companies aren't paying to play which opens the doors wide open for your content to get seen by more people. I get it. Times are a little tough but you are tougher. This is your opportunity to create great pieces of content. That not just sell what it is you do but you serve your audience. In one of three ways you can educate them you can entertain them or you can provide an escape. All of that type of content is going to resonate with the audience. Who's at home ready and waiting to hear from you. So now the real question becomes. Will you show up for them? I can't wait to see the content that you create and you produce wanted cheer you on along the way you can find the instagram at Jasmine Star. Send me a Damn I want to give you a little shoutout. Want to have a little conversation and have a little fun in these crazy times Ladies My name is Kayla craft and I'm super excited to share with you the most powerful business tip I ever learned and it is monetize before you create if you have this amazing idea to share and contribute to the world put it out there and get buyers before you create it. One thing that this does is it creates market research for you so when you buy it you can ask people. What exactly do you want to see in the course? What exactly do you WanNa see in this book? Whatever it is and find out exactly in their words what they want to see. These are buying paying customers of yours. Then what you do is used their language to market to other people that are your potential customers. This is so powerful once you have buyers then you create the program and make it but don't get caught up in that getting ready to get ready to get ready in plan plan plan plan plan and create something to then go and sell it to people that don't want this offer so that's my little tip of the day. It's how I've created to multiple seven-figure businesses in just the last couple of years. So you gotta be in the knowing in the knowing a certainty that everything that you desire is already yours. Everything that you desire needs to be in alignment with the belief that you can have those desires step into that This is Chris. Harder host of the money mindset. Podcast for the love of money and De Truth of the matter is this. Unfortunately Corona virus is gonNA cause far more bankruptcies than it will deaths but the good news is it's also going to create more opportunities more new products more new solutions more new entrepreneurs and best of all more brand new millionaires than any other period in our adult life. And that's because with every great shift there is also a great shift in opportunity and while some people are focused on the loss. Other people have trained their minds. And you can to to focus on seeing the opportunities that come out of every single situation just like this one has a matter of fact. There's two great questions you can ask yourself so you can recognize the opportunity and see were you fit into it. So that coming out of this thing you'll be one of these success stories and those two questions. Are this number one. What are the brand new needs? What are the urgent gaps that have been created because of this new situation that did not exist and did not have as much urgency just a few weeks ago before we were all living in this new world? What are those brand new needs that were developed? That's number one and number two ask yourself. How do your current skill sets? And how does your past experience fit into solving one or some of those new needs? When you ask yourself a better question you a better answer and when you sit down and really spend some time asking yourself. What are the brand new needs that have been created? And how do you fit into those needs? Then you're going to see the opportunity you're gonNA see a ton of opportunity and when you see a ton of opportunity and you take a ton of action. You're going to come out the other end of this thing. One of these brand new entrepreneurs one of these brand new success stories and possibly one of these brand new millionaires. And you know. 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A little bit of lack of clarity because when you are multi passionate when you are passionate in general. It's really easy to feel like you're being pulled in a million and five directions and so this season I really have been encouraging creatives and entrepreneurs to take some time as much as it feels like a little uneasy that there may be a dip. In sales slower season when it comes to revenue. I always like to think about the way that fields work when you think about farming. Well how a lot of farmers would farm for thousands and thousands of years is that they would farm for six years and then on the seventh year let their fields rest and I think in some ways. We as doers and as business owners forget to do that and so what? I think is interesting about this time. As as much as it was unexpected and maybe a lot of felt unprepared for it. It's also an opportunity to reset and to come back stronger and I have really been focusing on reading business development. One Book that I really love is called. Ema Three visited and he talks about developing Your Business program and there's kind of seven key components to that the first being really digging into and clarifying your primary aim what that is now maybe slightly different from what it was when you started or several years ago and then when life gets busy and you go through pivots sometimes that primary aim begins to shift and you need to revisit that then. The next step is to determine your strategic objective. The third is to determine your organizational strategy next thing your management strategy than your people strategy than your marketing strategy and then your system strategy. You might have bits and pieces of this figured out. You may have gone through this process or thought through a lot of these components. When you first started or your two ago I think it's a great opportunity to revisit that to strengthen some things to make an adjustment where adjustments to be made. I also think it's a really great time to get super clear on your numbers. One of the reasons we panic when things go wrong or when they don't go according to plan is because sometimes we can feel a little bit unclear it when it comes to things like our finances and our projections because again when we're so into what we're doing and we're serving our clients and as long as we're making revenue. Everything seems to be good as long as we can pay our bills. Keep our lights on. It could be easy to get caught in that like hustle mentality to where we don't really sit down and do the hard things. I was just talking to a lawyer friend of mine which she pointed out how her business booming right now because so many people who have kind of put off some of the legal things that are boring and not as exciting as getting clients and marketing on Instagram. And all the things that we hear about she kind of referred to as the dentist a fact and she said a lot of times people don't want to go to the dentist until they have to go to the dentist and in some ways a lot of business owners are experiencing that right now like they don't want to have to do the boring legal stuck at their house in order if you will until they kind of have to and so if anything look at this as an opportunity to get your house in order to really clarify some of these things or revisit some of the goals that you had set before to clarify your projections what you actually need financially when you know what you truly need and where. You're really going less likely that you'll panic if things are uncertain are things. Don't go according to plan when you can get clear picture on your finances. You can make the necessary adjustments and decisions to continue to sustain at least for the most part so yeah just really take this time to work on your business even though it would probably feel better financially and what not to be working in it. This is really an opportunity in your business is going to come back so so much stronger if you choose to take advantage of it in this way Low It's Rachel Luna Aka girl confident on Instagram. And the host of the PODCAST. Real talk with Rachel Linda the best advice that I can give you in this time and any other time. No matter what's going on in the world is to get into a great journal. Practice in fact studies have shown that journaling boost your immune system. It improves your mental health and increases productivity. So right there your mind body spirit. It's all taken care of with a simple five to ten minute journey practice every single day. It's a life changing. Hit Me up if you need some props the second practical tactical thing that I can tell you you're going to want to really focus on is starting your day with income generating practices. So you're GONNA do your journaling in the morning and then you're gonNA go out and start making money. What's an income generating activity? While it's following with the client's it's creating a post that has a call to action. It's writing a sales email or writing a sales page. It's anything that will result in a cell or someone coming back and saying. Hey tell me more about your offer and the third thing on a more mindset perspective is really reconnect with your identity and the way that you do that is by assessing. What do you believe what do you value? And what do you want to see in the world? When you have the answers to those three questions you will never against juggle with indecision. And I'm telling you right now. There are going to be so many opportunities that come from this season. And there's no greater chance for you to grow ten x one hundred x like this is the moment the only way you're going to be able to leverage that is if you're very clear on who you are what you stand for and why you are here so. I hope you have fun. Get to journaling and definitely reach out to me if you need any support with this ad. Love it's Natalie Jill Natalie. Jill Dot com website and Natalie. Joe Fit is me on social media. Gosh what crazy times. We're in right now and it's really letting me reflect back to other times in my life where we had massive massive setbacks and the blessings in those and I know that sounds funny to hear in times of crisis but I can remember very clearly like it was yesterday. What was going on When nine eleven happened also I lived in Reston Virginia area years ago when we had the sniper attacks and we were put on house arrest and life changes we knew it and then back in two thousand eight two thousand nine when the stock market and the housing market crash and just everybody was in massive financial breakdown. What I know for sure what I have seen firsthand witness in my own life and witness with so many others is that when there is massive failure step back crisis that innovation creativity new brilliance is always born out of it hard times never last but they always always create innovation creativity and massive shifts with people. Some of the biggest success stories. I know of came out of hard times. My recommendation for what's going on right now is one surrender to it instead of trying to fight it and being uncomfortable with the change. Look at what the opportunity is right now. The opportunity to create space the opportunity to think the opportunity to go within the opportunity to really take some time for you to get back to your roots and really do some deep thinking on where you could serve where your gifts are where your creativity can shine. Think that first and then looking at where you could potentially pivot in your business or with your life. The question always to ask is what is a problem that people are facing right now that I have gifts awareness and solutions. They could really hope that problem. It's not about being original and it's not about being better than somebody else's idea but it's about coming together and really thinking where can I actually add value? So that question again is what is a problem that people are facing? And what can I offer as a solution to that problem with my gifts? My skills my creativity if you approach things from that direction and create a win win. You never edible news Study here and I know everyone's kind of stressing a little bit about what's going on with the online business so and he wanted to check in and asked me to give you tips that I'm doing right now right now for me. It's all about goodwill some of us. We meet times like this. We get a little bit stress. We think we gotta sell but right now. I'm all about capturing leads so I am giving away a lot a lot of stuff right now capturing goodwill and part of I did that. I have a huge generosity bank in terms of all these products that bill so one lesson I would say is when you're a creator and you're putting out lots and lots of stuff. I capture everything and then I basically put that stuff aside for times like this so I'm giving away workouts. I'm giving away programs and especially stuff. I'm in the health and fitness. Baso especially stuff that I built. They can help immunity sleep program stress programs workout programs meditation programs. All of that kind of stuff is all the stuff that I'm giving right now and so to me that's really what it's right now is goodwill and then of course there's always going to translate into better business later and so that's the primary thing I'm doing and then to other tips is to me. It's there's certain people right that this is a time of possibilities as well as fear and so in marketing. Yes sure you WANNA tap into some of the fear base aspects for example. If you're dealing with trainers and people who are coaches those individuals want to kind of be like. Hey listen you've missed the boat and you might WanNa get an online space and then other people who are the lay public. I'm kind of speaking to look. Did now's your time to focus on health and fitness so the marketing aspect. There's a little bit different but I hope that's helpful. That's what I'm doing friends. It's your girl. Alex Beedon you can find me at Alex beaten on Instagram. So right now. Thanks to a heavy dose of self-isolation. We all have extra time on our hands. We're spending less time out in the world socializing which inevitably means we have more spare time in the house to do whatever we want to explore other things right so I've three pieces of advice for you during this time. The first is to use this time to connect inwards and get clear on what you really want this time to be about. So for example I'm gearing up for a big launch in. May and I've decided to start using evernote as a space to organize all of my launch thoughts and ideas which is something. I normally don't have the time to do so. I've been using different notebooks to divide projects and goals and it's been so beneficial to not only help keep me organized but to keep my goals top of mind because guys. I'm a very visual person. And so seeing it on the left hand side of evernote with all my projects and goals. There it's just so rewarding it has feeling even more confident that this will be my best launch yet. The second piece of advice is to let yourself play and explore something new. Ask yourself what opportunities are showing up for you right now so for me personally. I decided to challenge myself to show up on talk every day. For thirty days specifically creating content for my niche giving advice on how to build your audience online and guess what guys I grew my talk followers to two thousand people in only seven days so you never know what can come from committing to a fun project like this plus. I love that. Not only do I get to be creative with this. But it's also good for business. And then thirdly I'm encouraging you to connect compassionately with yourself and the world. Obviously it's a sensitive time for everyone but I want you to ask yourself. What can you do during this time to offer? Someone supports so for me. I decided that I was going to offer free. Weekly Corona virus support calls. And they've been going really well and I'm about to give a massive shout out on my email list which has like forty thousand people telling everyone to go and help a business that has been really negatively affected by the pandemic. So simply ask yourself. What can you do to help and support Ngo tribe you guys? It's Laurie harder. My handle is at Laurie harder. And I'm so excited to be doing this because I think times like these are some of the most important times in our lives there the Times that make us assess what we really want. What have we been tolerating that we don't want and what do we want to focus on every single day with this valuable time that we've been gifted so one of the things that I think everybody could be. Focusing on right now is adding value to their audience and acquiring even more audience because when the time comes to make an offer or maybe you have an amazing offer right now. You want your people to know what's coming be raving fans and be craving it from you and view you as the expert and remember that visibility is everything if you are not visible every single day for them and adding value in some way then you're essentially in visible so be visible every day otherwise technically you're invisible because you're just not showing up for them in the algorithm or in life and one of the questions that I'm asking myself every day is what's the story. I'm going to tell from this time. Is it going to be a story of victory? Did I move forward productive? Did I connect deeper with my current tribe and friends or did I let fear completely consumed me in takeover and paralyze me every day? You guys routine is everything you woke up and worked out in the morning before all of this happened. Keep Waking Up and working out in the morning. Drink your water. Eat your healthy food. Connect with French just via zoom. If you went out every Friday night put together. Resume Party with all of your girlfriends. Keep normalcy in your life. Routine is everything and I promise. If you're connecting in your tribe and adding value this can be very powerful time in your life that you will look back on as that time that launched all those big ideas and big things for you and got clear on what it was that you wanted to do. Love You Hi this is Christine. Hassler I have a master coach and host of the podcast over at non with it. What should you be doing should in air quotes? Be Doing for Your Business Right now. Well my answer may seem strange. My answer is nothing but by nothing. I don't really mean nothing. One truth that we know right now in a time of massive uncertainty is that there's massive uncertainty. We just don't know what's going to be next. We don't know what the economy's going to be like we don't know what the consumer is going to be like so we can do our best to predict and prepare for that but not at this moment right now right now. We're in the beginning and right now we as individuals are being asked to go within before we look outside of us and try to go figure out what we're supposed to do and as entrepreneurs and as business owners your business is often a reflection of where you are internally so I would highly highly highly suggest using this time to do internal work to really look at our where my blocks where my fears that have been coming up. What are some things that happened to me in childhood that I haven't dealt with where some old relationships I haven't let go of? Where do I still have scarcely? Where was I running my business in a way that wasn't sustainable? So instead of just trying to put a band aid on that and think about what's next go in I now. I'm not saying that shouldn't think about your business. You may be saying. Oh Christina silly advice because I have to pay the bills and make money but again that's coming for more of a scarcity mentality if you really invest in yourself invested time energy and maybe even money in your inner work and get more clear about how you can show up in a way that serves people better and is more prosperous for you. I promise your business will be different but trying to figure that out. In a time where there's mass uncertainty is like trying to speak a new language overnight. It's just impossible so my advice is just pause for a moment. Look within trust that the answers will come and you'll know what to do and you will be better at Your Business and you will come up with even better ideas if you take a little retreat deal with some of that stuff you haven't wanted to deal with and then look forward. Sometimes we gotta look behind us to move ahead. And that's the big lesson that this time is teaching us. We're seeing a lot of systems collapse. Received how reliant. We are on certain things. And we're all being asked to take a big pause and reevaluate. How do things we can do that? Best buy starting from inside. I'm Melissa Rambo Saney bestselling author podcast and entrepreneur. And my tip for you. Today is to make sure that you are taking care of your mental health. This is so important and one of the best ways that you can do. This is through meditation. So if you don't already have a meditation practice now is the perfect time to take one up and this will not only help you'll personal life but it will help your business to there is so much going on right now and taking care of your mental health is key to staying healthy and happy. So you can start with guided meditations. You could start with one first thing in the morning. This is the best time to meditate. As soon as you wake up. Don't pick up your phone straightaway. Don't open emails? Do something good for you. That feels you up. You can do a guided meditation for one week. Stop that first thing in the morning and then on your second week. Add a second meditation in the afternoon and commit to this for a month and see how you go. Watch how. You'll mental health and your happiness levels in crease. This is the best way to boost your immune system and calm your nervous system so make sure you stop meditating today guys Amanda Bucci here and I am coming at you with a tip on how to survive and thrive during this time and the thing that I want to share with you is really about leadership so I know so. Many of you are feeling the call or the poll. Or maybe there's a sense of pressure to step up for your community and stepping up for your community really means that you have to step up for yourself and one thing that I really noticing for myself and for my clients and for people around me. That is really supporting. The sense of taking ownership of the word leadership is stepping into what I call service consciousness and I heard this term at first and my spiritual psychology program at the University of Santa Monica. And what it really means is to kind of remove from the picture and really recognize the fact that you are a conduit and a vessel for service to be transmuted through you and your body to other people and what this really means is making sure that your first and foremost taking care of yourself you are honoring your body's needs you are honoring what you were going through your struggling with. But you're also recognizing that you have power you have influence your story matters right and it's almost this energy that comes up from inside of you and says. Oh yeah I know exactly what to do. I am going to get out of my own way. Pressed the record button. Press the play button. Turn on my TV. Send somebody a message. Saying how can I support you fully detaching from the outcome of making it about you and make it actually about your level of service and with that will do is it will create a sense of trust with you and your audience. And that's what they really deeply need right now. They need creators and entrepreneurs and leaders that they can trust and know are going to hold them and be there for them in time of crisis and the best way you can do. That is detached from the outcome of is this. Dm CONVERSATION GONNA lead to a sale or whatever it actually is and recognize. This conversation is going to lead to a relationship a connection and a loyal audience member who is going to follow me through whatever I do and I can show up for them I so leadership really taking ownership of that word is my tip for you. I hope you guys enjoyed the episode. What's up you sexy baby? Grandma'S IT'S SAMANTHA. Skelly here from PAS breath work and Hungary for happiness and I WANNA drop in and share a breath work tool that can help through these anxious times through these times where we feel like we are overwhelmed. Were spinning loops of stress and anxiety. Ten Times in those situations we can feel very untethered and when we feel untethered and we are in no man's land it can bring up a lot it can bring up a lot of feelings of. I'm not good enough. I'm not qualified. I don't know if I'm going to be able to support myself. I don't know if I'm safe. I don't know if I'm protected and so whenever you're in states of anxiety and overwhelmed like that you get to remember that through the breath we can access safety through the breath. We can access certainty through the breath. We can access deep seats of calm and contentment. And when we don't have that available for us we tend to spin out. We tend to just get anxious and get all SPINNEY. And what's really important to remember is we're not gonNA find certainty and safety in the external world anytime soon. So what's really powerful is having a tool that we can tap into any minute of the day to allow us to really find these deeper states of contentment. Peace calm safety so a powerful breath. Rick Technique is called the Halo Act of breath. We're just going to do a little one just to give you a taste of it. Fifty brats enter the nose out through the mouth in through the nose out through the mouth. And then what we're GONNA do is we're going to take a deep breath in through the nose and we're going to hold it and then we're gonNA relax so when you're ready. Let's begin. Lost Ten taking a deep breath in through the nose holding at the top holding her breath for as long as you can feeling the peacefulness. The clarity the ease that comes from moving energy in our system beautiful and when you're ready just relaxing the breath that's it all right. That was a little forty. Five seconds. Little snippet of that. If you feel called to do more breath work used this practice in your everyday life. You can follow me on instagram. I do breath work every single morning at eight. Am for my community. You can also head over to pass breath. Work Dot com where there is an array of resources for you all right. My Love have a beautiful day. What's up everybody? This is Britney Hawn with hustle and flow. My instagram is hustle and flow official. During this time. I have come up with three things that you can apply to your business right now. The first thing is empathy right off the bat. I think that is the key to what's happening. People are feeling uncertain. They have fear. They're stressed and the one thing that will get everyone through. This time is community. But how do you cultivate real community by showing empathy? The second thing is education people still want to learn. They still want to consume information. So give them the information that they need to hear whether that's reassuring them letting them know more details about what you offer or even something really off the wall of a personal life like how to cook and five simple ways if you're not used to cooking from home. Ding Ding Ding. That work for me because your girl here is not domesticated at all and I am forced to eat from home or I'm just going to be eating a bunch of popcorn. 'cause I know how to use a microwave and that's about it so even educating on things like that we'll get people feeling that you're interested and you're serving and you're giving information that they could use and lastly entertainment listen. I know things are heavy right now. I'm not even going to deny that but everybody wants to have a moment to smile and a reason to laugh so give it to them. If there's something funny that you're able to show on instagram stories. Show it whether it's a mean or it's a video that you made or even a tick tock that you made people are really looking right now to just send some positivity and get their mind off what's happening even if it's just for a minute is my friend Cathy Heller. Who is the author of? Don't keep your day job. First of all Angie thank you so much for having me be a part of this. I think it's so generous that you continue to shine so bright and do everything you can to help your audience wall. There's so much going on with the virus there's also so much going on in the economy and I think it can make people feel like what do I do. Do I press pause on building a business? What what is the right move right now? What would be sensitive what would be ethical. And at the end of the day the the body needs blood to flow or else. If there's no blood flowing in a body the body won't work. It's the same thing with money. The money has to keep flowing so truly the best thing everyone can do is to have the courage to be in business so that we can spend money in the economy so that we can hire people and my friend. Susie said it to me so well Susan more she said Cath you either have the courage to sell or you work for someone. Who has the courage to sell? But if you WANNA work if you WANNA make money you're either going to have the courage to sell which really means to serve or you're going to work for someone else. Who has the courage to sell? Who has the courage to show up in serve and one thing I want people to understand? Is that while the parts of the economy that are completely collapsing right now. There's other parts of economy that are really soaring. I just read an article in CNBC. That was saying how has borough is seeing a spike in their sales. People are buying Jigsaw Puzzles. Monopoly Games people are seeing this. There's a spike in crafting. Stuff people are buying stitching sets and people are subscribing to online classes and people are being more productive and using their time connecting with people over zoom so. I think it's really important that if we're going to see what's here that we see everything that's here. There are people who are absolutely devastated from this economically and then there are people who would normally right now be spending money going to events and concerts and traveling for spring spring break and right now instead. They're looking for other ways to spend that money to entertain their kids at home to pick up a new skill or craft to start to start enrolling in some online courses. And so that is definitely here and so to turn a blind eye to. That isn't really going to help anyone. That's certainly not going to help us. And I do feel like what we're being called upon right now to look at is what is really essential and some businesses won't survive. They're going to have to pivot their model. Maybe we're being asked to find out what's really in alignment with who we are. Maybe there's an opportunity to figure out. What do we really have to give to the world? That really feels like it's truly who we are. It's really sharing. What's essentially what we're supposed to be sharing with the world. And what is really laced with that empathy for ourselves and for our customer what businesses will sustain themselves. And last it's going to be about relief figuring out how to pivot right now. Show up an answer. Those pain points and really be clear that you're here and and leaders will emerge and we need people who have the courage right now so I would say do whatever you can take care of yourself cry when you need to scream into a pillow when you need to have a glass of Rosa when you need to take a bath when you need to Sometimes you can watch some reality. Tv I finished. All of love is blind. And that did me some good and at the same time there might be a moment where there's a little crack in the clouds and you can start to think about how to raise your hand and give yourself permission to have courage to serve. Maybe in a new way that really emerges as a blessing of the cell phone keep going. I hope that helps you. Guys hope this was helpful. I hope you have a great day. I'll talk to you again soon. Thanks Angie does

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SHOULD YOU STOP SELLING? HOW TO PIVOT, NOT PAUSE. YOUR BULLETPROOF BUSINESS BLUEPRINT - PART 1

Rich Bitch

25:15 min | 6 months ago

SHOULD YOU STOP SELLING? HOW TO PIVOT, NOT PAUSE. YOUR BULLETPROOF BUSINESS BLUEPRINT - PART 1

"Hey friends welcome back to the show. I am so happy and so grateful. You're here WHOA. I know this is a crazy time for all of us and as your friend. I am super committed to helping you. Especially when times? Get tough but the good news is the good news. Is that now more than ever is the time to own and online business never before in human history. Has there been a better time for you to have an online business and to make money from home. Wait speaking of being stuck at home. My fellow blond ladies W T.F. Are we supposed to do with our hair? My hair is looking like a brassy trumpet and my nails are looking like salad fingers please. Dm ME help please. The tips anyways. So I if you are super inspired right now to start your online business and you're like Ange. Give me all of the tools. Give me all of the secrets I have one for. You is going to be really really helpful. You're wanting to launch your course your Website Your coaching program. I have the perfect platform for you. I've been using this platform myself for over three years. Yeah you guys. This is literally the only program I used to run my entire online business. All of it. Land e pages website courses videos trainings membership. Say You name it I use could Zhabei could job. It sounds like what Sabi but it's spelled could Jabbie K. J. A. B. I. I'm having too much fun with this ad right now. Anyways listen friend. Your girl is not sack nerd. Okay and I wanted one platform to host my courses my website. My email is my landing pages. Might membership say I wanted to keep business easy? So if you're like me and you want to be able to run your entire business from one platform then could job is for you and it gets even better my friend my home. He's that good job. Are Hooking you up with an offer you cannot find anywhere else to dry out. Good job for thirty days completely free. Holy Jesus's Yes thirty days completely. Free head to Angie Li Ka job DOT COM Angie Lee K. A. J. AB dot. Come a use it. I love it. I know you will to Angelique. Ajab DOT COM a friend guest. Whose bad back welcome back. Welcome back welcome by acted. You just drop a single so your new album. Can I get it on spotify? It's on spotify cloud? Yeah No. That's what friends I missed you and I'm so happy to be back in your ear balls. It's been an interesting time in the world and what I thought about what I wanted to record for you. I really wanted to put out contents. That would be the most helpful for you during this unique and challenging time just like you. I don't have all the answers but I am committed to helping you feel confident and safe during this time. So my genius marquee man and I spent a week putting together a business blueprint for you. We put our heads together for the last week. Crafting this business action plan. And here's clay to tell you more about it. Yeah it is a crazy time right now and we just wanted to. We're not gonNA talk about Covadonga. I'm going to talk about any of that stuff. We wanted to add value. Wanted to give you the most useful valuable stuff so we did three episodes episode number one. Should you stop selling? We're going to tell you about our strategies on that episode number two. You're seven steps to a bulletproof business and episode number three the F. RT model to build a bulletproof brand. We're going to record all three and we're going to drop binge netflix style. You're going to all the same time so you can binge them like we've been binging tiger king guys. You have to watch tiger king on Netflix. It's my obsession my obsession. It's insane the best thing I've seen on Netflix. Because the most rain show. I don't even know what to think. It's so strange ever in my life. That's a bold statement and I'm keeping it. It's so weird. Go Watch Tiger King and you'll thank US later you'll learn more about America. Appear Pants laughing anyways back to the show that the tiger king add next Beta. Okay step one guys get your mind right before we teach you these strategies and tactics. I want to talk about mindset because if you're constantly operating from a place of fear anxiety and worry you're never going to get anything done right and if you're operating from panic and refreshing the news constantly or refreshing your twitter feed constantly. I have some bad news for you. These strategies and tactics won't matter because if you're in a fierce by role you're just GonNa stay stuck and you're never going to get anything done and this is the time to take action. This is the time to be creative and this is the time to really start seeing the positives of this change. Yeah there are some good things. Number one is. Desperation breeds innovation and creativity. Most people know this but in sixteen sixty five. The University of Cambridge temporarily closed due to the bubonic plague killed tons of people during that time. Isaac Newton had to work from home. Like many of us are working from home and he used this time to develop calculus in the theory of gravity so I try to set the bar too high. Maybe you'll finish your book. Maybe he'll finish your course but we're all working from home right now and that opens up a time to be innovative and creative and get away from our great cubicles and maybe get away from someone looking over our shoulder and create the thing that were meant to create if you look at the things that were created coming out of the last recession things like slack Airbnb Uber some of the biggest APPS instagram. Some of the biggest APPS came out of the last time we had a recession and this is not a full blown recession. But it's an opportunity to go deep and like indie said desperation breeds innovation creativity. And there's GonNa be some amazing incredible things build coming out of this yes. Desperation breeds creativity. My friends and space breeds creativity. And Right. Now you've got a lot of time and space so use it to be creative next. Is I want you to find out how strong you really are. Because it's times like this that really show us our character and our strength and we grow former challenges. Not from our wins. I don't know about you but I've always grown from my most difficult times in life not necessarily from my wins and you've endured hard things before and you can do it again and guys. This is the time to not sit there and complain but to create and to be creative. And if you're listening to this you're probably a creative small business owner and more than anything you've been wanting the space to create so here it is. Here's the time in the space right and you didn't come this far to immediately give up when things got tough. Can you be someone who still shows up? Even when it's scary. Can you hold both narratives of confused and worried but also hopeful? Can you sit in the current moment but see the future and see the possibilities that are going to come out of this time and last but not least? Welcome to entrepreneurship friend because entrepreneurship is about failures. And you're not really an entrepreneur yet if you haven't fallen on your face so welcome to the club. Welcome to the roller coaster ride. Yeah if you haven't failed. You're not an entrepreneur That's what entrepreneurs do. Is THEY GET UP AND FAIL? Every single day and it doesn't mean your entire business crashes and fails but now is the time to be resilient entrepreneurs are resilient entrepreneurs are creative entrepreneurs bounce back and. Now's the time when we all need to do that. The next positive is you can earn attention. Easier on social media you guys. There are more people paying attention to their phones. Their instagram their social media their emails their laptops their screens than ever people are home. They are in research mode. They're looking for answers they're looking for help. They're scrolling all day. This is a benefit for you. If you're an online business owner never before in history. Has there been a time where so many people are on their phones scrolling and looking for help so if you have a solution this is your time to help you can test new platforms and products and services. These people are in an open state of mind. They're willing to learn and try new tools. New Ways of working new ways of connecting zoom has been around for years. We've used it for years. But in the last few weeks it has millions of new users millions of people are using zoom for the first time same with slack slack has a record number users and people are reengaging with social media a lot of people to quit. Facebook or reduce their usage of facebook are coming back to connect with friends and colleagues news knows a connection tool people are willing to try new tools as long as they bring connection and value last. But not least you have more time. Remember when you said you wanted more time to get the thing done to write the book to launch the course to start the podcast join the network marketing team to create the yearbook. Whatever it is. You're doing that excuse of I don't have time is bullshit and now we all have time. There's nowhere for us to hide. And this is the time for us to finally invest in our business and to create the thing. We've been wanting to do. Yeah hundred percent the I love what you said about. The excuse is gone. Because if you're human you've used that excuse of I don't have time and excuse just evaporated you're probably scrambling and finding another excuse but right now the exclusive. I don't have time. We all have time right now. So go through prioritize. Make a list. Whether it's you WANNA finish that book finish that chorus create that foundational content launcher podcast launch YouTube channel. Whatever it is that you WANNA do make that list be realistic prioritize work with a friend and keep each other accountable because right now you have the time. Yeah and what's been really beautiful about this time for me? And for us is really assessing what matters most in our business and in our life and I'll be releasing more episodes on the behind the scenes of what I am shifting and changing and pivoting a bit but this has been really beautiful time for me to take the time and ask myself. What do you really want to do what you really want to create in this season and in twenty twenty so some changes are coming but they're also really really good changes and I'm actually really excited about them right now? So space breeds creativity. My friends for sure. Okay now for the juicy juice a lot of you have been asking me Angie it. Should I stop selling like most things? This not a clear cut or binary choice. Like allowed things right now. It's not all or nothing. Depends on what you sell into whom the answer is clear. Yes stop all sales no matter what or no. Go Ham and sell everything on a clearance sale. The way we look at this is pivot. Don't pause and we're GONNA explain number one pivot. Don't pause you're offering evaluate the current climate in context and be honest is you're offering relevant and helpful to people in the current climate. If so then you should keep selling so for example if you're a photographer and your primary offering is shooting weddings. Not a lot of people are booking weddings for the next few months. So you need to pivot offering. Maybe you offer instagram. Or Adobe presets to help people take better pictures from home in the meantime or you could create free content for brides to list built on how to prepare for their wedding day from the perspective of you a professional photographer there at home now and again. They have time to consume that content. Yeah I really feel like this time for business. Coaches wellness coaches network marketers. I really feel like this is the time for you to step up. Maybe more than ever so if it feels integris and it feels authentic to still be sharing your offer right now. Then keep sharing your offer you guys. If you stop celine you stop sharing your gift and if there are right now who need your help with health wellness how to make money from home. Then you have to keep selling you have to keep sharing your gift and I love Laura Belgrave from talking shrimp. I read this quote in her email the other day and it reminded me why sales doesn't have to feel slimy Nikki. If you're truly selling something that you love and that you know can help people. It's actually such a gift and Laura says is commerce is not on compassionate. Commerce is not on compassionate and what Laura means by. This is if you have something right now of Value. That helps people. You don't have to feel weird or be sale shamed by via bowl four for selling it and for still showing up on social media Yeah we had somebody on our Webinar. The other night they said clean energy. Don't you think that people are not buying things around? She sells things around body image and improving body workouts and stuff like that and we took. We literally took the camera from our Webinar. Pointed it at the new home gym that we create and so we said what if you could create content on how to build your home gym or Homework. You can do and things like that she said. Oh my God I get so. It's just seeing it from a different perspective and like engine. I always talk about putting yourself in your customer's shoes. Close Your eyes and say okay. My customer. Who used to maybe go to the gym is now stuck at home? It's not that they're not thinking about body image that everything changed and now they're coming at it from a completely different angle and they need different services and offerings. He I if you have a gift and you have a solution for people. Keep showing up. Keep selling like Laura says from the talking trump. Bugai's commerce is not on compassionate and if people are sales shaming you right now because they stopped their sales and they decided to give everything away for free forever now because their mother Theresa while you know Mother Teresa's still has bills. You know what I'm saying so I really feel like this is not an either or thing like oh you're amazing or giving everything away free or Oh my God you're judging people you guys. You can be extremely empathetic to the situation and be extremely flexible with your customers which we're going to get into but also know that you have bills and you have employees and you have a family to feed and there's nothing wrong with you honoring your work in honoring your time and honoring your gift guys. I'll say it again. If you have something right now that can help people to get healthier to feel more confident to reduce their anxiety to work from home to do at home workouts to stay fit from home. I mean this is your chance. This is your opportunity to show up and to sell number. Two pivot don't pause your positioning and your messaging so again. Evaluate the current climate in context is your positioning your message aligned to people with what's going on right now highlight the relevant aspects of your product or service in the current climate so again for example if your wellness coach that helps both. Let's say with anxiety and fat loss. You probably want position highlight the anxiety stuff a little bit more right now than fat loss because there's more people concerned about that. That's more top of mind right now. Let's say you're a business coach. That helps your customers may be developed new offerings but also cut unnecessary costs and expenses. You probably want to highlight or focus on the latter right now because it's more relevant or let's say you're a network marketer that sells products but also teaches people how to build a business from home. Again what might wanNA focus more on the building a business from home because people are more concerned about that right now and that's more relevant right now than maybe trying a new type of shampoo. Yeah I've been thinking about this if your network marketer. I think that this is actually one of the best time for you to explain to people about the opportunity to work from home or to make residual income and if you're a network marketer I mean. This is the time to remind people how important it is to be healthy so network marketing. I think you're gonNA crush it right now if you do it. Well and you pivot a bit right wellness coaches. I think you can do incredible right now. If you pivot your programs and pivot your messaging just a little bit quick question for my fellow entrepreneurs who also suffer from S. B. S. Squirrel brain singer and gay. Add you also have SB s? Keep listening my friend. Do you wish there was something you could take. That would give you insane focus during your workday but is also completely natural and caffeine. Free is yes. I have something for you. That may just fix your Squirrel Brain Syndrome. What Ooh it's something that I just took an hour ago. Actually so I'm in the zone for you right now. It's one of my best brain. Haxhi grits and something I take before I record every single podcast and every single time before a speak on stage. It's called Luke's brain fuel and it's hands down the most incredible metro vic I have ever taken. I've tried hundreds of different nutro. Picks and nothing comes close to the efficacy of ballitser brain fuel. Over the years. I've tried so many things to help me with my focus and I'm so happy that I've found something that actually works. I've been taking ballitser now for two years every single day to help me stay focused and to help me get more work done. So you're probably wondering. What the cheeseburger atropine Angie. Una Trophy is a natural brain. Booster that helps with cognitive function and focus ballitser health with quiting brain fog beating the afternoon slump. Incredible Focus Your workday. Supporting your focus. Your Mental Energy your productivity. Oh my gosh. It's my little obsession and if you follow me on stories you know. I'm taking shots of it every single day to keep me focused if you're ready to not suffer from Squirrel Brain Syndrome anymore. Head to beekeepers naturals DOT COM use. Angie lead to save beekeepers natural dot com code. Angie Lee saves you Moolah. I'm so excited. Let me know how it helps. Usps I love you. I love your brain and your brain is going to love ballitser and for you life coaches is this the time to niche down. You know I love that word. Is this the Time Niche? Down and focus on coaching or career. Coaching or helping people make money from home. Guys it's all about pivoting not pausing and it's all about being intentional with your positioning and with your messaging and not completely just throwing away all of your offerings but asking yourself as a business owner. What do my people need right now? And what problem can I solve? One hundred percent so number one was pivot. Don't PAS offering number two was pivot. Don't pause your positioning and messaging and number three is pivot. Don't pause your delivery model and pricing so again value at the current climate in context. Is your delivery model and pricing empathetic in the current climate? And if so great and if not how can you slice it up and repackage it so again? Imagine your personal trainer. Jim You work at is closed. Your clients are at home. So what can you do? You can create at home workouts. Publish them on Youtube or instagram again. This may be a free offering now but allows you to build your list build your audience and build your brand. You could create a guide on how to set up a home gym on a budget. What are the most important pieces? People can order from Amazon to build out a simple but effective home gym. Or what are some of the body weight exercises they can do at home and then last one that you can charge money for those same clients who had at the gym. If they WANNA use you you can personally train them from home where you're using zoom so you can hop on zoom on video. Look at them and do some purpose together and charge them just like you would charge them in your Jim. 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Flavored vapes to get outlawed in Michigan

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

08:17 min | 1 year ago

Flavored vapes to get outlawed in Michigan

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by aqua. The open source digital experience company brands often struggle to find a comprehensive solution to power their drubel websites and applications aqueous platform platform enables you to build operate optimize at scale as the open source leader aqua gives customers around the world the freedom to build tomorrow on their terms learn more aqua dot com and by bank of america feeling stuck in your job bank of america's the academy for consumer and small business helps you develop a long term career path through peer your mentorship immersive programs in a variety of clear and distinct paths. You can reach the next level on your career. Take your first step towards a long term career. Path at careers dot bank of america dot com. We'll start with the corporate borrowing frenzy of september twenty nineteen. I'm david brancaccio in new york once upon on a time say a year ago the benchmark ten year interest rate in america was up near three percent now with the ongoing trade war and u._s. Central bankers thinking thinking of lowering rates for a second time u._s. Bond yields have surged super low this morning. The tenure yield is at about one and a half percent. You can borrow borrow for practically nothing something that has caught the attention of some big corporations marketplace's justin who is here live. Yeah apple revealed yesterday that it's issuing seven billion dollars dollars worth of bonds and you know it's not just apple walt disney coca cola caterpillar united airlines twenty-one companies issued almost thirty billion dollars ars in debt on tuesday alone. Hello low low interest rates. Yeah companies are borrowing just because it's a good time to borrow you know we've been reporting a lot lately about the rush of people trying to refinance their mortgages. This is kind of like that lower. Interest rates on government bonds means companies can borrow more cheaply to john deere you know during company. The tractor tractor maker issued thirty year bonds paying two point eight percent. That's a record low for that kind of debt. Interest rates are so low companies can pay off older more expensive debt early in an apple's case. It'll use the cash for share buybacks and dividends. It said it will also be used for day to day operations for buying stuff. Maybe even potential acquisitions though so you know we'll see about that. Apple already has about two hundred billion dollars in cash and hasn't been buying many companies lately already has that much cash in its borrowing marketplace is just an oh. Thank you very much. Let's do the numbers. The footsie index in london is down seven tenths of a percent bought dow s._n._p. And nasdaq nasdaq futures here are all up in the case of the s. and p. future of nine tenths percent dow futures up one percent worried about the appeal electronic onic cigarettes hold for young people michigan has become the first state to ban the sale of flavored vapes. They come in candy flavors for instance earlier. This ear san francisco banned. The sale of e cigarettes altogether marketplace's tracey samuelson reports the bubblegum candy and fruit flavors that contempt young people are already already banned at the federal level for regular cigarettes. Michigan is doing the same for e cigarettes but there are two sides to the e cigarette story says kenneth warner along time tobacco policy z. sector my great concern with the rush to judgment on flavors and other policies on these cigarettes is that they're so narrowly focused on the worry about the impact on kids that they're ignoring this much larger population of existing adult smokers who could benefit from cigarettes. He says e cigarettes can help smokers quit or lower. Their risk of tobacco related diseases von raise. The director of harvard's center global tobacco control says many adults may not need afridi flavors to do that but he thinks michigan shouldn't have banned menthol e cigarettes continuing to allow menthol would have been a better alternative for the purpose of giving giving an option to the forty percent adult smokers who prefer mental <unk> products vaping industry groups say the ban could create a black market for flavored products or hurt small businesses <music>. I'm tracey samuelson for marketplace. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by harness wealth are are you capturing all the opportunities. You should be with your finances. Harness wealth can help. It's smart algorithm helps you find the best financial tax or legal adviser to meet your unique needs needs go to harness wealthed dot com slash marketplace to find the right adviser for you. That's harness wealthed dot com slash marketplace. Nearly sixty million people work it see around the world freighters fishing boats and beyond ballitser prize winning journalist. Ian urbina has spent years investigating. What is the story of poachers pirates. It's an human traffickers on the high seas. His new book is called the outlaw ocean. I want to know why it's such a free for all their largely because the oceans around the world world are so vast and there are no police out there these ships are constantly in motion and they might be owned by one country and flag to another country and captained obtained by someone from a third country and the fish is being offloaded in fourth country so even when everyone knows that ship might be breaking the law. It's not really clear who would do anything about it. Working conditions on some boats fishing boats in particular can be awful slave labor. Sometimes many of the workers you writer traffic debt bonded. It sounds like something out of the eighteenth century but still going on even now yeah i mean i think that was the most oh shocking thing i found never won the level of violence you know on the order of fifty percent of deckhands interviewed in some parts of the world have seen murder on ships also debt bondage and slavery or other forms are really common. Most of these ships are worked by migrant workers who are too stuck there on on board until their captain decides to let them go and that's people forced to work but you also write about thousands of people essentially abandoned stranded at sea z. sometimes for years. How does that happen. Fishing is a business with tight margins and when the companies that own the ships go belly up they declare bankruptcy and cut their losses and walk away but there guys on those boats some of these crews are stuck on the high seas or or near a foreign land for are upwards of a year and clean water and try to jump overboard and swam to shore some of them drown even when they get to shore. They don't have papers so it gets very very desperate. I mean maybe there are some technical solutions. We could learn a bit from air travel. I mean many many airlines have transponders and so air air traffic control knows exactly what airplane is out there. Usually that's not the system that applies on the high seas yeah there. Is this really interesting contrast. Yes you find between airplanes and boats. I mean they're both traveling through space that belongs to know when and everyone and yet in the airline industry there are strict rules about knowing everyone. Who's on board. Did they all get on to they all get off. What is it carrying. Where's it headed virtually none of those rules apply to vessels and there's just been this long cultural resistance in the fishing community <hes> to that sort of oversight the the book is called the outlaw ocean journeys across the last untamed frontier intervene. Thank you so much thank you and the gold rush toward fake fake meat continues given all the attention the summer to impossible burgers and beyond meat. The meat giant hormel has announced its new brand to be called happy little plants. Some may hear an echo there of the late t._b._s. Artist bob ross and remember his happy little trees yeah. That's it kellogg's. Morningstar is now outgoing with you ready for this. They'll call that stuff in cog. Mito incognito kinda dajo shaped like a hamburger patty in new york. I'm david brancaccio and you're listening to the marketplace morning report from a._p._m. American public media.

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Inside Supercars - #276 Thursday - Klimenko, Jones, Croker, and Stone

Inside Supercars

16:36 min | 6 months ago

Inside Supercars - #276 Thursday - Klimenko, Jones, Croker, and Stone

"Naimatullah Jones Dick Johnson from team. Penske and you're on in Subic from the rice treks across Australia. He is inside supercars. Welcome back to inside because it's a day to twenty twenty Grand Prix and making your house or having we put away yes. Unfortunately but It's the White House. He might have inside the wall. There's of course there's well there's rain or snow or this drought till there's dust so this instals we mother nature. We can't help. Have you had any communication served as management around? Oh just a norm. That goes after the change. We'll keep you updated. They were very they. Were very very good. Sean same even sent one to forty in the morning. Your design. We're on top of the. We'll we'll keep you updated. We at this round Melvin. They liked the second cog in the wheel side. I really didn't have any sign. We we just go with the flow. Yuck knows amaze me that time crowds which racist to. How would you feel about that? Bryce here for liberty in a dream state. Sometimes I would say yeah I would say fans 'cause it's hot the other you know. We are a fan based entertainment sports series. We will end the Mike's Sport once or twice is because of the bars. I understand but you can't do that. You can't do that to the fan. How do we draw? I'd rather not race and make it up during the then Then rice in front of nobody because the battle what makes spoke good. It's the cheering in the vein new when someone knocks into someone else in someone else goes across the line. We don't do us but without the fans here okay. It's only hours. After it was opinion was pool so to speak. Have you had any relations to which why they'll go to picking up these four races? I think the full. It's going to be hard because it. This is the only place that we do do. Full I think they might. They might do around like a ball around or something else to pick it up on a pickup round I they. I don't think they will disappoint their fans because they know that the fans are very important and a big part of this series but I think they will try their hardest to make it up and keeping it in Victoria so that its own a slightly different tack abuse to Arabic's is is pretty busy social media stakes already. So your your whole nation sue because of might I consider today to increase their membership of equality Does that fit with you? Well so I look everything I do. I do because of my fans and the fans of soup because you know everything do might not be logical and it might be a bait and everything else but it keeps people interested in. It keeps people wanting to know what we're all about so I should because nate's to increase the the they have to show people. They're not what they think they are because people get angry. They get angry supercars. Sometimes it's not super guys fault. Sometimes it's just a comedy of errors in the everything seems to be a comedy of errors last year was mustangs this year. It's Corona Vars. What else they can do to keep the holdings back mixed reviews writes. Yes if I I don't know if we can do. This is just a personal opinion in two weeks. I don't know if it's going to the health department gonNA see that as well. That's long enough isolation to the team too been as we had zach bound right extol will wake in two days and I I I would love to say we going but I can't do with one hundred percent or on we'll sit back to white by email changes to what comes down shoot and see what is happening. Thanks pretty much bridge. And then we've been team manager had TGI team penske. The loss to the house is going into the truck it. It's sad ending girl three. Yeah it's it's a weird feeling at the moment we're just sort of casually packing up on a fraud. I which is I've been a little bit unusual. And it's a first for a million many years of doing this but Yeah the coolest thing might why above way we make decisions so Respect that in the Victoria and at all that stuff will move onto high playoff. Tickets can continue at the Knicks. It's far too early to be saying to Where the racist could be to replace The races from here but I think the retention is. He'll be an additional rice week. Yeah at this stage. The that's the belief is that the intention is to Find a gap in the calendar and Rachel. The Rice's mistakes would say maybe the possibility of all which results by saint since Victorian. Yeah to replace this one now that And obviously also found to really be speculating about either Tansy or or Hampton downs because Those are two away meetings and We have to work Tasmanian and New Zealand Governor. They're going to do about these events. Yeah look at a guy. That's a decision for the The category And probably governments and people around that sort of thing I guess the ideal scenario would be to For decision to be made before we ended up there but I guess the relevant People Mike. The Rock called the right time. So you'll boys this weekend we will. Yeah we'll behind on a fraud. I not which we'd goes is I mean some of US got some Some of our kids sporting events to attend this weekend and stuff that it'd be nice to To behind for the weekend weather data will be enjoying tomorrow being not being able to get some on cricket match for the the underlying reasons and Voice boys on big deals I got. They got their first hockey game. O Rama and may being high viable applies. Well all right. Well thank you been Kirkman George you and hope you get your chance to play them in New Zealand. We'll catch up with you later in the. Yeah we get down there and We can put on a show for the people down here with Matt Stone He's GonNa disappointment of now packing it all the while. You're getting. Yeah look at this according to come down here and get up and start out on track activities. Just to turnaround got harmed but look at the decisions in the hands of the event and the organizers and obviously Victorian Health So we respecting an abide by their decision I believe the plan is to reschedule the supercars portion of the event for later in the end we will still get out out. Yeah full season of Racing Y- that obviously opens up some some quietly pretty where you know the other tracks can perhaps come back and obviously it's too early in the piece for anyone to be making too much speculation but you know it's it's It's good to be a rescheduled and sort of essentially partnership because obviously the F. One cancelled from God's point of view. Look forward to picking out where we where we are now at a later point in the year and I wonder if it's too cold positions will sit in the record ballitser belonging to stab you. Look I mean from the when the when this event is rescheduled imagined they would start from scratch but as far as statistics sky is IT A. Is it an official Rice Yeah that's it's an interesting point a leave that for someone who cares more about their side of things that I do believe. Point of view you know understand. It's playing it safe here and the the Australian aspect of the The virus obviously not nearly as bad as the European and having an influx of Europeans Has created a bit of a bit of a situation so completely understand it and support. And we'll we'll just keep doing nothing and come back when we come back. Come back later in the year to do this round and hopefully I rising in Taza in a couple of weeks start now. Gary cool a few weeks to get his ankle right. Yeah yeah we planned it all just to forgive coverage on. Yeah look it's it's It's fallen and Gary Actually performs line wasn't in too much pain yesterday on track so we weren't too stressed about it all in terms of his injury but it is good to be outlet that recover properly Before Rolling back in to the next round of Tasmania in a few weeks. The other one could have anything always jake. Of course he made his debut. Yes look I mean Jacob probably feel sorry for him the Mars because he went out there yesterday and it's a format rolling straight into qualifying on day one. I did a fantastic job. In our opinion you know. He came back today having looked at his daughter and his video learnt law and he was ready to go out there and actually have have a crack at it. So it's disappointing for him that that we gonna take him harm By yeah as I said before win win. Supercars portion of this event gets rescheduled. Later in the year. They can jump back into the at and again you got a whole another track and do a whole nother event so is extra extra malls for him which is always a good thing. So we'll take the positives out of it that we you know. We had a good run yesterday with Gary Qualifying and twelve and Jacobson malls around here without without losing a whole rice meaning and we'll take that as as it is and carry on pentecost soldiers. You were founding gemstone smart minimum ratio. He didn't come this weekend. Yeah Oh that that that That monetary is up. Hip Dodger means decided to stay home Yeah he's got a couple of grandchildren a thanks to me now and I think. He sees his children off racing and he goes. He'd rather stay home and play with the next generation so I think he made a very smart coal this weekend by a long time and And we'll be good because now you go to council you actually just driving to the first reading potato. Yeah not not a scratch on him which is always good and not a lot of mileage Like anything will always Bill away from work to do on the cause. Because you know we'll always repairing them. We'll be trying to make them quicker so we'll we'll manage to fill the time problem Behind a couple of days earlier so the more time to think. Oh okay now. You obviously saved up to being a two car team this year. I'm one of the cavs. Are You RUMMY So we're renting super three. This year we ran The Toronto that we built For Jason Gomersall team along with myself we ran out at Adelaide. But that was the what's the word that was the basis of the final run for that around this one song for that that car and that? Tc and program As Jason an NFL team of modes more into super the series three series series this year. So we We do have full program running which is scheduled to debut in two weeks city multiple. Talk Yes at the next at that next round. So we'll We'll keep our preparations going for that and head down there and hopefully Not have some of the The international issues that we've had this weekend being around Racing Tauranga thank you. It's nine and I look forward to hearing that figure rain now ours so with pride joins one of the longtime competitors in this category and obviously great disappointment to have depending food. Yeah I think it's. It's very disappointing I mean obviously Safety of everyone seems Easing in the forefront of people's minds go prequel bryce. Alford by all accounts. Somebody's pulled up. Beat him decided snapping. They wants to at some stage of possibility of running with that crowd. Today obviously decided. That wasn't enough well and You Know Stanley from Subic Perspective. Very interactive with their fans and You know I think it would be a pity one of the things I love about what we do is how how much excess I get to. It would feel. We'd rising ran he a- applying any Being involved in any sport I should imagine not crowd. Yes sorry so It's wearing in uncharted territory with a bitty stuff at the moment so so everyone has a very different opinion about it. And and so in this instance waylaid by the call and so We're taking appointments from them. It's far too early to be talking about. This will be resheduled at some stage down. The right I understand really I. Tones will pick up a full races that I think for them to come back here and do all this again here at I. Another track supercars to get those flights on Though this is variously on We've got a lot of discussion to to to have to work at where we are Yeah so that'll be. Dingy course still sevens flights and We're not much change back. Checking police scoured things like that but otherwise you sort of pretty well radio voice. I have a couple of days Yeah we just sort of working through that now so we Regrouping get ready for the next one committee. You've actually paid at castle. I would struggle to remember one day the truth. I think this is a bit of a a sign of the times unfortunately and You know I don't want to make light of the situation but there's one person it's been diagnosed with controversial bars We CORONA CORONA virus. So I look at it and I find it. You know there will jumped on planes and flying back to Europe. Every drivers flew out. Yeah I told. That's where the disease is rampant. So if you're really worried about your health he stay exactly I. Just I don't understand that I I don't I'm not making light of the virus so any of that sort of stopped can't help but you know what some people are thinking. And and at the end of the day I one of the great things about a strategies would be removed from all these maybe. Nobody contained to a certain extent for the moment. So you know we just need to be aware of what's right for our fans and L. Employees and make the right choices on the light. Thanks Brian we look forward to receive. And that's from insight because tomorrow we'll be back with only John's inside. Supercars is produced by thunder media shooting next on for more or locking the podcast on itunes or mobile device search inside supercars the views expressed on inside supercars including the panelists and guests do not reflect the views of the network thunder media will sport radio any publication or broadcast of the show without the expressed written permission of fund. Media is strictly prohibited.

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ANG PULANG DOORBELL | TAGALOG HORROR STORIES

Stories Philippines Podcast

22:58 min | Last month

ANG PULANG DOORBELL | TAGALOG HORROR STORIES

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THE LITTLE VIAL THAT CHANGED MY BRAIN. SHE QUIT HER FANCY FINANCE JOB FOR BEEKEEPING. HEDGE FUNDS TO HOMEOPATHY WITH FOUNDER OF BEEKEEPERS NATURALS, CARLY STEIN. MY #1 BRAIN HACK FOR FOCUS.

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THE LITTLE VIAL THAT CHANGED MY BRAIN. SHE QUIT HER FANCY FINANCE JOB FOR BEEKEEPING. HEDGE FUNDS TO HOMEOPATHY WITH FOUNDER OF BEEKEEPERS NATURALS, CARLY STEIN. MY #1 BRAIN HACK FOR FOCUS.

"On the other side of fear lights freedom on the other side of what we're scared of there is just so much possibility opportunity and we spend so much time on the. What if this doesn't work out and all of the possible negative outcomes and we're not really giving enough weight to the potential positive the only resource that really matters time ads really it so the longer you wait. What are you keeping yourself? Akron money all of the other things. We can recreate. Elevate at your life and ask yourself. Am I doing with my time what I want to be doing and if not how do I get there so three years ago I drink this little brown vile in my friends kitchen and it changed my brain forever? No joke within a few days. I saw a huge difference in my focus and my ability to get more work done. And if you know my story I've struggled with. Add most of my life so to find something that actually worked. Oh my gosh I wanted decry. I was so happy I was so happy. I opened my own. I jumped on instagram and idea to the founders to learn more yoga what the heck is this vile. It's working on like anything else I've tried and I've tried every single supplements for focus and for mental clarity. So what the heck is inside this vile? I need to know they replied. It's called be licks her brain fuel. It's an atropine that contains royal jelly from bees. Wait these dude. We need to geek out on for a second. Did you know that a bee's brain is the size of sesame seed which is super tiny but it has this remarkable capacity to learn and memorize things? I can't even remember what I had for breakfast. And my brain is hopefully bigger than a sesame seed. Okay this is nuts okay. So for example a B. has the ability to make these complex calculations on distance traveled so they can get back to their hive. Okay did you also know that honeybees communicate with one another by dancing? Bees are literally my spirit animal by dancing. I'll go is that okay so safe to say. I'm in love with bees and I fell in love with beekeepers naturals. So that little brown vile also known as be liquor. Brain fuel quickly became my brain's best friend. And don't worry. We are going to Geek out together on the science of Elixir at the end of this episode. So get ready for that. But if you WANNA check it out and you are ready to try ballitser head to beekeepers naturals dot com slash Nj Lee beekeepers naturals dot com slash. Angie Lee the Cote. Angie Lee saves you on their entire shop but I would definitely start with their Felix brain fuel and today. I'm excited to share with you. My conversation with the founder and CEO Carly Stein. She had made the fancy degree. The six-figure Wall Street finance job in New York and she left it all. She left it all to start this company and her story is such a beautiful example of what it means to embody ready as ally in that place right now where you have this cushy 401k save job but your soul is craving something different something more and you know you want to leave. This is the episode for you. Tomorrow is promised to any of us so start messy fail forward and I am confident that you will find your wings once you take the leap. I went into finance after college and I was working on the trading floor. Goldman Sachs and I had this career. That was very good on paper. I felt like I should like it was quote unquote successful but I was really miserable. I was really struggling with anxiety. I think it was. I had this profession that I was told by so many people was good and I was lucky to be there all of these things and then I felt completely empty doing that job and so I really struggled. I didn't grow out thinking I was going to become an entrepreneur. I didn't really have the confidence in the early days to start the company. I just kind of went for it anyways. I knew that I'm incredible with be products. I knew that I have an aptitude for sciences. I knew that consumer really struggled with supplements and I had a lot of ideas in a lot of passion around that and I just kind of follow pretty much. Everything in my life has ever been a challenge or a pain. Point has ultimately served me. And I think that's where we learn the most. We don't really learn from the high points in life. We have like beautiful experiences from them. And maybe we can take away lessons. I shouldn't say that we don't learn. I mean we learned from everything but when things really fall apart when there's really struggle you have no choice back in those moments that you really you get to decide who you want. What was the reaction of your family and friends when you wanted to leave? Finance desert of the company were they like urine saying my God they thought I was Bat. Shit crazy honestly. People thought I was completely crazy until like this year. Like pretty much until very recently. They're like oh I guess you're companies like a little bit bigger now now you're legit. That was something that was really hard for me. I had so much self doubt just making that leap and the lack of financial security going from something that was buried stable to something where invested Paul my facing then and with not taking Thalari for the foreseeable future but everybody who I really trusted and relied on in new thought. It was the biggest mistake of my life. My friends and family actually intervention me. Which was really hard pretty much dark time for me so I left Goldman and of twenty sixteen. My friends and family thought I was blowing up my life making the biggest mistake of my life. They legitimately help like an intervention to try and talk me out of this. What seemed to them like a rash decision and I was being pulled to this and I was like you know at. This is a big risk by taking a risk does not get any easier the longer you wait and I keep growing in this role. It's just going to be harder to leave and I just kind of have to do it so I left. Goldman and of two thousand sixteen. I think it was mid twenty sixty in once. I had really decided what I was going to do. dusted settled. I went to Southeast Asia just to kind of get away from everyone. I wanted to go to Europe and kind of go to the place where I discovered propolis to put my head down. Solo work as a nomad entrepreneur by. I didn't I couldn't afford to go to Europe because the living situation there was too expensive. I could however afford lights Southeast Asia and the cost of living out. There is pretty low so I was able to do that. I went over to Bali and I worked out of this. Co workspace called who'd it was beautiful and I basically spent my days alone putting together a business plan to fundraising plan and meditating and doing yoga and just kind of getting away from everyone else's opinions next stations about what should and shouldn't be doing with my life and then I came back early. Twenty seventeen we raised a small friends and family rounds. You got to work and not ever since what would you say to the Woman Who's listening? Who is am vicious? She has an idea may be similar to you at something. That was once your pain. And she's like. Oh my gosh I have an idea for this product or the service. But she's so terrified to leave her nine to five. I mean it's study. She's got a 401k. How do you leave that? I mean that is terrifying it absolutely terrifying so I think there's a few things I think first of all calculated risk. There's this attitude with entrepreneurship where it's like all an all or nothing and in certain respects absolutely have to be all in you have to be bought in completely your idea and what you're doing in order for it to work but you don't have to kind of completely off route your life to start something you can start moonlighting. I encourage people all the time when they're inefficient. They don't like but they sort of feel attached or they need it financially. If you're efficient there is so much time in the day and nothing teaches efficiency like juggling two things so start working on your business. Start kind of laying the groundwork and then once you have a foundation then you make that leap so you know you don't feel pressure to just do it all tomorrow but you absolutely shouldn't hesitate to start because I promise you running. A company is more intense than navigating sort of early stages of putting together a startup. And your nine to five so that would be my first thing and then my second thing is you gotta go for it because taking a risk as I said does not get any easier the longer you wait. People get more rooted builds up. If you're feeling really pulled to something you just have to believe in yourself and move forward with it and if you fail gray as an amazing learning and probably go on to create even better. Yeah I always like to remind women that they are probably already in their worse case. Scenario if you're at that nine to five and you're so terrified to leap into jump because God forbid you go back to your nine to five while you're already in that worst case scenario so what you have to lose on the other side of fear lights freedom and I really believe that on the other side of what we're scared of there is just so much possibility and opportunity and we spend so much time on the. What if this doesn't work out all of the possible negative outcomes and we're not really giving enough weight to the potential positive the only resource that really matters. It's time like that's really yet so the longer you wait. It's what you keeping yourself back from money. All of the other things. We can recreate a time. We have not yet figured out how to recreate that. So that's what you really need to look at the most precious at and really look at your life and ask yourself. Am I doing with my time? What I want to be doing and if not got there. The single most important skill is resilient. The smartest person on my team certainly not smartest person in the world by I am incredibly resilient and any time you push through pain anytime you continue doing something that you can't do or you don't WanNa do your building that resilience muscle and bat is what it takes to run a successful business and continue going when things get really hard so when you hit a wall and you're feeling like things are falling apart. Lift the narrative. That is the opportunity for you to build that resilience to problem solve and to build the exact skill set. That is going to carry you on you. A wild next. I asked Carly about her health journey and what happened to her body. That inspired her to create this brand. I was really struggling. With immune related issues chronic tonsillitis. It was really really rainfall fallen. I would how else bit where I had a hard time breathing and I was always looking for things in the natural health world and I became really frustrated as a consumer. Because I would end up spending all this money on these like fancy supplements that some celebrity endorse. That just didn't do the trick I they just. They weren't strong enough really to help my immune issues in the viral issues and then in the pharmaceutical world have a ton of allergies and sensitivities to a lot of over the counter products so that was an option. Either so I was kind of always sick. That was just the state of affairs for me and then when I was in Europe College Student. I got really sick and I was going to have to come home. I was just not into that because I had busted my butt waitressing to get there in the first place and I didn't WanNa cut my semester broad short and so I went into a pharmacy in Florence and the pharmacist took one look at me and she was like you need propolis not that. And she's like you know from the. B. Is knows like oh so honey and she looked at me and she said no not honey propolis completely different things. I had never heard of propolis before his desperate and so I was ready to try anything and I used it and in about five days. I made a full recovery so I went from completely swollen tonsils really bad situation to basically making a full recovery and feeling great. I'd never had a healing experience like that. Generally with most over the counter stuff I had some sort of adverse reaction and then with all the natural stuff I had tried. It just didn't really deliver on results so when I found be product that was really the first time I was able to will recover and I kept using propolis as sort of daily immune booster and I didn't get sick for the rest of time fraud and was traveling around Europe. Europe is so progressive Drill I started noticing other be products. Things like Royal Jelly. I remember in France the first time I found Royal Jelly supplements and all these brain supplements made Royal Jelly in and also some anti-aging ones and I found these things. In Copenhagen energy boosting pills made be pollen and I started incorporating all these products in my life and I was feeling amazing again not thinking about starting a company just like cool. I found my thing and then I went back home to finish college and of course when I got sick I couldn't find be products anywhere and when I finally did. I had a really serious allergic reaction to the PROPOLIS that I bought. It was an organic propolis that I bought it a farmer's market and I had a really bottler reaction which was devastating and so I was doing a lot of chemistry courses at the time. I was actually Ajay from a chemistry class. So I ran talk city on the PROPOLIS that I purchased and I figured out there was pesticides in it and that's when I started to really do research on the world products products. I learned that even organic products often have some level toxicity or pesticide exposure because there are pesticides everywhere especially around sort of math agricultural areas where the bees are so. I in this predicament. Where I knew what I needed to stay healthy but I couldn't get it in the quality that worked for me so I started beekeeping to make propolis for myself and how was the beginning of everything for me. I completely fell in love with beekeeping. I completely fell in love with the bees generally once I learned a little bit about how bees contribute to our overall co system and the world's most important pollinators just the intricacies of the high of and then I started using all of the other be products and making things myself I was just completely hooked and it was my hobby for a long time and I actually went into finance and built a career there and I was not really happy with it and ultimately what ended up happening was they left my job to pursue my passion which is making products and sharing them with the world. So I didn't set out to start a company. I didn't stumble upon this amazing product. Line the Division. I just started making something to heal myself and then I started sharing it with a few people who really liked it and it came to a point where I realized I think there's a lot of could benefit from these products and they need to exist in the world. Lastly I ask carly about my favorite little brown vile. Let's break down the science of BE LIQUOR BRAIN FUEL. It's been a lifesaver. It's really been a lifesaver when it comes. Add focusing podcasting begin. I take it before every single speech now. I just love it but not in an addictive way. It just really helps me feel like I have this focus and I don't need caffeine. Then tell us what ballitser is how you guys came up with it. How you use it just all of the things because I have tons of women who the me now because they see me talk about it on my stories. And they're like dude. What is this weird little vial? What is what do I do with it? Does it taste grows. What are you doing? They think I'm crazy so I mean you are the number one spokesperson for help productive you. That's the case study ever but I share your Felix or obsession so I'll just kind of break it down for everyone because we're using some nuanced ingredients in that baby. So what is actually end? Bulich Search Royal Jelly which comes from the Beehive and Royal. Jelly is actually the food of the Queen Bee. So all newborn be is the I three days in their Fed Royal Jelly. And then after the first few days there transitioned off of royal jelly onto a more normal diet of honey and pollen. And only the be who's to become the Queen continues with our exclusive Royal Jelly Diet. And if you just look at how that affects the Queanbeyan nature of the Queen Bee will have three to five years versus a regular or Drzewiecki lives six to eight weeks during foraging see than the queen will lay up to fifteen hundred babies a day versus regular female. Who doesn't let any baby doesn't have any babies and the queen. Bee is just much more robust. If you Google a picture of a Queen Bee versus regular worker be so in nature. Royal jellies working magic to create a structurally different creature with very different longevity profile. And then for humans Royal Jelly is just incredible superfood while across cultures. It's been used for thousands of years. There's a lot of anecdotal evidence suggesting that Royal Jelly supportive to balance hormones. We know that it's incredible for boosting energy levels naturally without creating a crash but a lot of the Western world has really focused on the neurological foxborough jelly. So we know that the substance has incredible effects on our brain and the reason that is because Royal Jelly is really high in a neuro transmitter called. Cd Choline which is actually only naturally occurring in Royal Jelly and essentially what it does help to speed up our transmission system so it helps the communication signaling between our brain and body to be really efficient. So it's naturally doing that for us. And then Royal Jelly also contains these two fatty acids called ten. Hda An pin oxide. And these fatty acids they actually promote brain derived your traffic factor obedient. So they help our brain to create a spark neurogenesis of creating new fresh cells in the brain and they just really helped to ensure that our brain is functioning optimally and we're aging in a healthy manner. There are so many things today which affect our brain health which we don't even realize we live in a very toxic world full of carcinogens just from the general pollution pesticides were exposed to to our high stress lifestyle. A lot of things we're doing are really not conducive to brain health and we're really on it with things like green juice and probiotic but we're not really on a day to day typically taking care of one of our most vital organs and so using. Alexa for me and getting that dose Royal Jelly Really Helps to support my brain. It helps me daily. Just focus memory concentration. Because I'm also bouncing off the walls eighty and when I could be like Sarah file really in the zone. That's just been huge for my productivity but beyond that is something that I use to just protect my brains. Make sure that I'm going to age in a healthy manner and retain my memory and all of these sort of things as I go and then the other ingredients in ballitser. It's a plant based ingredients called the COPA money. Area is an extract of leaf attritional used medic medicine into Dr Janik which means it helps our body to modulate stress response. It's also known to support long term memory. So it's really great naturally help memories and it's neuro protective agent so it helps to protect our brain from environmental toxins stressors all the bad stuff and then the third ingredient in there is Ginkgo Biloba which is an extract from a tree. It's really big in the world of Chinese Medicine and also an adopted Jin also helps to protect our body from the Natural Stress Response. It helps to create circulation in the brain and body and anti inflammatory so all the Felix says is those three compounds. I'm a really big fan of supplements that have short ingredient list and very potent supplements that have two thousand ingredients. And there's not enough of any one thing to really do the trick in your body so with Alexa revealing in the three to five hundred milligrams per active ingredient. It's just three clean ingredients and then water and non GMO vegetable blitzer end so a super simple formula three things that have been combined to holistically support brain health improved memory improve focused retention and just help to reduce your stress response and protect your brain from all of the damaging things that we expose ourselves to basically. Everybody and their grandma needs this especially their grandma. Thank God both my grandmothers super sharp. But I have both of them furiously on Balikesir them like. Listen Grandma if you keep doing this crossword you WanNa keep kicking my ass bridge. You need to be taking the shots. And they're both on it. Their COQ super sharp. But if you want to age in a healthy manner and prevent neurodegenerative conditions it's amazing to incorporate the superfoods into encouraging. Yeah now when is the most ideal time to take it? I would not take it at night lizard. The other thing I love about Felix. It creates a natural boost in energy. But you don't have that crash that you've got with caffeine so that's just a really nice feature that being said. I wouldn't take it at night unless you're planning on staying out. I like to take like serve one sort of hot tip. It's really great to take it with food but Copa Montazeri's soluble until if you take it with a bat source or a little bit of food in your belly it will be broken down a little bit more efficiently so I usually take my be lecture shot after lunch. I'm really intense. I sometimes do today. I'll do it after breakfast after lunch. It's really funny. Because my co-founder Daniel. He's like a much bigger human than me and he can only take half of. I'll like he cannot take more than that and I was like dude. I'm taking like two day. There's a lot of our customer base. It does do half the vile and if you are that type of person where you're really sensitive. Just do half vile but the cap back on. Leave it on your country. The rest. The next day is totally fine as well but for me. I do want to biles a day. I like to do them after. I've had a little bit of food what I also do some times. This is like a rocket fuel situation if you have a be like. Sir Shot with a little bit of coconut oil. It's really intense. What really Oh. Yeah that or like when I take it with Omega as I also have the same response where it's like white intense. Wow intense in a good way Vine like yeah major focus. A few days ago I did our investor important. I was working with three hours of sleep. Which I don't recommend for. Anyone should know better especially the wellness entrepreneur. But I was doing that and I was really sleepy and really out of bed and I had a spoon of coconut Omegas Vitamin D capsule and then be and I was like in the zone. Oh my gosh carly just changed my life you guys. I'm about to take it to the next level. I would like hype all day though. Okay my next boxes coming on Sunday. I'm county now. The moment I am just going to do a tablespoon of coconut oil or peanut butter or some sort of fat. And then I'm going to add the be lick Sir and maybe Omega. If I'm feeling even more cray cray and see how much work I get done. I love that on. That's such a negative. It's interesting because it breaks my heart that so. Many people are using a lot of medications for add. When I really think that it can be healed and release. Your rank have be supported in a natural way. And we can take things like Elixir or nutro picks to have that focus instead of just automatically popping pills. I mean what are your thoughts on that when you are using it for attention span. I think our body has an incredible capacity to heal and regenerate I think with the right supplement like with Elixir for example. We know it's a study from university. Of course audit found that regular consumption of royal jelly. Actually improves your spatial reasoning. We can really improve and change our brain with the right supplement schedule and I do think that over prescription of things like adderall and studied drugs is a real issue. We've seen it become a huge issue on college campuses. I think there are now for ways to support rain hall. That don't leave you as a deficit in the long term. I wonder if there's a way to get this into colleges and into schools because I remember being five ten eleven years old and them telling my mom. Oh she has. Add outer all and my mom was pretty holistic. So she didn't want to Gosh. I wish something like this existed. Then you imagine if you guys did at colleges to see how the students improved their greats. I mean that would be amazing. I do not. We have a pretty strong amount of college. Students are supporters of the brand and using which I love to see and then my little sister is in dental school right now. It was really interesting to learn about this from her her friends in dental school with her. They're all related students. You kind of need to be there but a lot of them. Got into school using adderall. A lot of them have transitioned off about role and are using Alex and they call it liquids which is really funny but I think we do need to do a better job of creating awareness around this product in letting young people there are options. Because we really don't know long-term what's going to happen when we introduce heavy dose pharmaceuticals. We don't know necessarily what the right dosage is kind of damaging to our body to go through that experience and so using something. That's more natural. That is going to be a net positive for your hall. There's a lot of reason to explore that. And it's completely safe. Right I know a lot of women Demi saying is this safe. Can I take too much of it? Can I give it to my eight year? Old E has issues concentrating at school. What are your thoughts on that? So it's totally safe. We've saved Alvin up on the balk just because that's generally what recommended with supplement that being said we have a lot of customers who are using this for younger kids. I usually suggested they diluted a little badges with some water put in juice something like that and also it's really we're building supplements they're using completely not trump your ingredient completely safe but we're building high dose formulas. They're quite potent so it really is sort of on the customer to figure out what works for their body and I'd rather somebody of a supplement that works very well. They're fine taking half of it then something where. They're needing to take a whole box before they see results. So that's just kind of my logic there. I really want things to work. As broad of a consumer base as possible and then the only other thing is royal jelly balance hormones. So if you're pregnant dots the one time that you might want to not be taking Royal Jelly. You KINDA WANNA light your hormones. Do their thing no carly when. I'm training day. What am I going to do the same thing? Honestly I feel like I'm GONNA take it. I know what I'm GonNa Still Take it when I'm pregnant one day. I don't care what carly just said you guys. I'm going to take ten a day and see what happens one of our Mary. She's a great friend of the brand. 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Why Christmas could be a super-spreading event

Coronacast

11:19 min | 3 weeks ago

Why Christmas could be a super-spreading event

"This is an ABC. PODCAST. Hello, this is corona cost a podcast about the coronavirus I'm health report, a Teigen Tyler. Journalist. Alter Norman Swan is Friday the fourth of September. No I want to ask you a question that's something that POPs up from time to time in the questions that we get from out listeners actually I should say poops up from time to time. Sorry about sewerage testing. It's something that we've seen. There's different jurisdictions around Australia that testing surge because it's possible to detect fragments of the size Kovtun virus the virus caused covid nineteen in Surridge, and it can just be a way of showing that it's in the community there, and we saw yesterday that they've detected viral fragments of the Saas. Coronavirus in a sample Aley Beach, which is like on the Great Barrier Reef many many kilometers away from the closest break. How much White should we put on a single virus sample showing up in the? North a lot to be honest. These tests are actually quite difficult to do and the comment with positive results. So I'm not across the methodology, but I did look at this for seven thirty a few weeks ago and spoke to an expert in this area because you might remember the the found cases in Europe dating back to last Marceau. These said when the the. Sewage I think it was Barcelona and then they found cases in Italy sued samples turning up positive in December, which which would make a bit more sense but march didn't make sense and really the methodology in March wasn't that good in Spain and wasn't properly controlled. So hopefully, this was properly controlled. It's just not something that you would hang your hat on it's viral fragments. Their right to set up a clinic to see whether or not there is some virus around in far north Queensland. Ballitser see one positive sample is just not something you'd go to town on, but it can be a Senate that they've used that as an opportunity to test people just to see that it's not going under the right there. It's prudent and it's another way of just checking around and see what's going. It doesn't mean people where infectious when they went to the bathroom in Airlie beach. You the virus and fight the study just released. That shows that you excrete the virus really quite a long time after you've been infected much longer than people imagine maybe up to a month, but it's not as solid fictious virus and it's important to note that just because the virus existing series doesn't mean that the water is contaminated or anything like that in those areas no no. This is highly unlikely to have been infectious virus. Let's keep traveling down the eastern seaboard a bit. Tell us what's happening in in New South, Wales and Victoria at the moment let's stick with Queensland Queensland's doing well couple of cases yesterday reported New South Wales is still in the double digits low double digits yesterday with I think three cases whether or not absolutely sure where they came from. Some community spread from unknown source circulating Virus Proving Pretty. In New South Wales and question is do the really WanNa get down to zero and what are they going to do if they if they really want to get down to that level? Because sides cleaned, the premier of New South Wales is really keen for the Queens New South Wales border to open up. vehic. Well, Vic just bounces around and we're waiting on Sunday to hear from the premier but what his plan is for juicing restrictions looks likely that the restrictions go on for a period of time to try and get down to much lower figures. So it's just tough stuff victoria are doing it. Well, it's still a high proportion of the cases are people who are working in healthcare settings hospitals in h care. So once they've got that under control of the numbers will drop down quite dramatically. So that should be tractable if you like by the by Victorian authorities, can we talk about big events for a? Second because we heard the other day that Queensland hosting the AFL Grand Final Gay, Queensland, and New South Wales is debating whether the new. Year's Eve. Fireworks should go ahead how big candidates be at the moment well in Queensland in October. So that's what is it a month six weeks away before the grand final they've got time to get their numbers done really low. I would think that they should mandate masks. So you don't get into the grand final unless you're wearing masks and then I would have thought that the thirty thousand crowd would be pretty safe. The thing should insist on is that anybody travelling by public transport on that day? She wearing masks as well because the greater risk is almost certainly on the way and when you're funneling into narrow corridors what have you on the way to the grand final. USC fireworks is really in in Sydney is difficult a major event, a huge morale-booster. You can understand the state government wants it to happen I understand that police transport health don't really want it to happen because the can't work how to organize it. So the again, the issue here is not necessarily. A million people gathering around the harbor to watch the event. 'cause that'd be outside and lower risk. The risk again is getting to the venue and remember this is five or six days after Christmas. Day. So Christmas Day is potentially a super spreader event around Australia. When you think about it, people are going to be gathering in their homes. It's going to be pretty depressing if you can't have a proper Christmas dinner with your family Christmas Day with your family and people popping in an art. But when you do if they're still virus around, then it's going to be a place where the risk is that you spread krona virus. and. Then of course, the exhibition period of coronavirus five days. So five days after Christmas it's New Year's Eve. This is sending really depressing. Well, I think that there is way round if they wanted it to but but I'm not sure that state government's can apply for what's that. They could probably get numbers down much lower now if they were to mandate mask-wearing and so the everybody's in the habit of mask-wearing proper mask-wearing. By the time we get through to Christmas could very low levels alternatively, they could just say for the month of December. The first week of January. There's going to be compulsory mask-wearing so that you bring donating risk of infection prior to Christmas and then in the post Christmas period and then you insist and you police mask-wearing on public transport and here's where people congregate on New Year's Eve honestly naively at the beginning of this pandemic I never thought we'd still be talking about these sorts of measures. Coming into Christmas year now is the time to talk about it because they've got to spend money on the fireworks pretty soon. So speaking at the beginning of the pandemic, let's talk about that very moment and Karenna Costa's will remember that we've mentioned the very good podcast patient zero a few times before. But for those who missed it, patient zero tells the stories of disease outbreaks whether begin. Why they happen and how we ourselves in the middle of a really big one and yes, that big covid nineteen is what the latest episodes all about and I don't want to give too many spoilers. But are they spend forty wonderful minutes exploring the first cases the patient zero in countries like Germany Italy Spain and of course he in Australia and sorry to tell us a lot. More about that is the present. Olivia Willis. Welcome leave. Hi, thanks so much for joining us on current cost. Can you take us back to the twenty fifth of January this year which feels like a lifetime ago what happened on that day? It does feel like time ago instantly time where a lot of us were kind of a little bit blissfully unaware of what was to come but. On January twenty five, we know that current Ivars was already kind of beginning to take hold and it was actually that day that the very first case of Covid was confirmed in Australia in Melbourne. So we had a guy who flew in from Wuhan in China to visit his family touch Melvin on January nineteen he started to feel unwell after he got off the plane. So you arrange to see a GP here and did all the right things he called ahead he wore mosque and you went there but he was actually sent home he wasn't tested. This was pretty Early days of the epidemic, and then the next day he felt worse. So he's family took him to Monash Medical Centre which hospital in Melbourne south. And there he was isolated and tested and laid a confirm to have covert. First case. But what's remarkable about it is that he didn't spread the virus onto anyone else was actually incredibly diligent as he's family was because of what was going on in Wuhan, and so they you know isolated him that called ahead while mosques. Things and then when the team at Monash did contact tracing, they found that he had an spread it on twenty one else so he wasn't patient zero really because he suspicions zero was the one who spreads well exactly he was out he was I kind of case but he didn't create any onwards transmission and we kind of learn in the series at that's not unusual. There are a handful of cases where those kind of I confirmed infections didn't necessarily ignite the epidemics that followed. So we look at a case in Germany. There was a woman who had traveled there from Shanghai. She was the first person to be Germany to be infected and. Stopped Sixteen cases but it was actually contained very quickly and efficiently, and then it didn't spread any further. So it really wants no live is who was patient zero in China you can tell us. If I knew I told you know we don't. We don't I kind of the research so far tells Sophie tells us that it was likely to be sometime maybe in November twenty, nine, thousand nine. So initially, we had the kind of red herring of the seafood market where we had that I big cluster of cases but some research suggests that it was actually probably they're a little bit earlier. There was one report of confirmed case in I think November seventeen that was reported by Chinese media based on some government data they'd seen So does that example and then I know they looked at things like search engine daughter and social media. To See if there was people reporting an increase in symptoms and so on and they found that was likely. Yes. There, but they're not too sure and when they when they've done kind of genome sequencing, they've also been traced it back to a common ancestor in November. So live just quickly tell us the the patient zero diseases you've dealt with so far, and then how to get how to get to download this podcast called patient zero show where we kick off by wearing Haiti in. Two thousand ten where we follow a patient zero of a cholera outbreak there, and the unusual way that cholera made its way to that country. We also look at the history of HIV in Australia HIV AIDS and how it first emerged here, and then we've got a really unusual episode about a a virus kind of transmission story through an organ transplant that happened in Melbourne. So WanNA listen they can find it in their podcast APP if they woke up, rn. Presents patient zero all I can hear it on radio national on Sunday Mornings at eight. Am I, truly truly recommend you guys download patient zero it's an absolute trip, but that is all we got time for. Today, don't forget to leave us a review on apple podcast if he can as well 'cause, we really do love reading them. On Monday CNN.

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Episdio 8 - Os mestres do som

Ouve Isso

26:35 min | 2 months ago

Episdio 8 - Os mestres do som

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HOW TO MAKE FAST CASH AS A WELLNESS COACH ONLINE. THE #1 MISTAKE YOURE MAKING THATS HOLDING YOU BACK FROM MAKING MONEY ONLINE.

Rich Bitch

32:44 min | 6 months ago

HOW TO MAKE FAST CASH AS A WELLNESS COACH ONLINE. THE #1 MISTAKE YOURE MAKING THATS HOLDING YOU BACK FROM MAKING MONEY ONLINE.

"Guys listen to me you gotta go the Extra Mile Right now if you want to survive in this climate entrepreneurs are made in climates like this. And if you're willing to go the extra mile to do the work it takes you will win and not only. Will you win? During this time you will come out the other thriving you gotta serve Intel. You earned the right to sell. I don't about I care about your bank account. So here's one of the biggest mistakes. I see health coaches making. Let's just say coaches and general? Here's one of the biggest mistakes. Listen UP OKAY. So be really honest with me. Are You Kinda Sick of business coaching courses? That cost you thousands of dollars me to this is why. I don't offer really expensive coaching and I want to help. Women grow their online business but in a super affordable way. I just don't think you need to spend ten thousand dollars to learn marketing. You know I'm saying so. What if there was a way you could learn marketing and sales directly from me and my genius marketing man on a weekly basis? What if you could get business feedback from me and other ambitious entrepreneurs so you didn't feel alone on this journey of building your business if yes and yes you are in for a treat? I did it I finally did it. I launched a monthly membership site and I created the school that I wish existed. So if you're an online coach network marketer small business owner and you've been wanting to my eyeballs on Your Business Marketing School is or you heads. You Join Marketing. School Dot Com to watch our free to our INSTAGRAM marketing training and enroll into marketing school. I'm so excited to meet you. Cheer you on and be Your Teacher Join Marketing School Dot Com. Your customers are waiting. So what would I do if I had to start over as a health coach online and needed to make money fast? Well that's what today's episode is about my friend. If you're a new health wellness or life coach. This is the conversation for you. Sam skelly and I felt like it would be super helpful to give you the real deal. Noble Shit no fluff on what money-making activities you should focus on if you want to start monitoring as fast as possible. Listen you're my friend? I'm going to be honest with you. I'm not going to sugarcoat anything building. A sustainable online business takes years and years of hard work and consistency. And I know the beginning isn't really fun. It's super frustrating. It feels like it's never going to work and you're spinning your wheels. So I'm sharing with you. What I did to land my first few clients online in hopes that it helps you to start making your first one k. Three K. Five K. ten K. Online. And if you didn't know I started as a health and wellness coach. Ten years ago I started as a wellness blogger. I started the blog in my shitty college dorm room. I didn't want to go to class so instead of going to class I started to create content. I was working two jobs and during lunch breaks or during class. I would record videos and answer back to my blog. Readers and create content. I had no fancy funnels. No fancy website. No facebook ads. I even know what a facebook ad was. I had no big team. Not at all. Google was my business coach. I was one hundred thousand dollars in debt. So that was my driver initially to start this online business. It was to pay off my college debt and I had none of these things but I did have passion and obsession to help women and I was obsessed with earning digital marketing so I showed up every single day on video. I Made Human Connections. I started real conversations and I focused on relationship building not sales and that ultimately led me to my first few one on one clients by showing up every single day and building these human connections with people and utilizing video. That's how I landed my first few clients and that's one of my tips for you. Today is if you want to make fast cash online. You have to get your on video. People can't pay you if they don't know you exist. Visibility is everything. Visibility is everything and to build intimacy and that trust which is necessary for sales. Video is the best way to do this. And it speeds up the sales process right. If if someone sees you on video they may purchase from you within a few minutes of getting to know you and like you entrust you where a sales page is great. But a sales page doesn't build intimacy like video. Does it just doesn't my. I tip is to be more consistent on video TV instagram stories. Youtube facebook live whatever social platform. Your dream customer is hanging out on. I want you to show up on video at least a few times a week. Number two is getting intimate in your. Dm's answering every single building those relationships sending back a video message or a voice message actually giving a shit about the people that follow you so you can help them and this is how you land your first. Few One on one clients is by providing value and building that relationship and responding to them and being obsessed with solving their problems. This is the time to double down and get intimate in your DM's and in your email number three. I want you to start thinking of ways to build your email list. Maybe this premium. Maybe this is an often and yes you can make sales directly from social media. I'll be honest in the beginning. I was making sales without an email list. But it is smart as a business owner to start building your email list alongside building your social media number four is to start with one coaching. You'll hear in this episode. Sam skelly and I really put an emphasis on starting with private coaching. If your brand new and you have a smaller audience. It's so much easier for you to sell this one on one coaching than it is for you to sell these passive evergreen products where you need more volume and you need more customers. So one on one. Coaching is where I started. It gave me a ton of market research. A ton of testimonials amazing feedback. It helped me to sharpen my skills as a coach. And it's where a lot of coaches start online for majority of you listening. You're probably going to start with one on one coaching before you transition into group. Coaching e books passive courses. And these things that make you money while you sleep. That's not really the reality of the beginning of your online coaching business and again. I'm just keeping it real with you guys. In the beginning I was doing fifteen sales calls a day I had fifteen one on one clients. It was crazy. There was no making money while I sleep. Not at all not in the beginning but remember what you do in. The beginning of your business isn't what you're going to be doing. Three four or five years in sill. Those are my tip for you today. One video to get intimate in your. Dm's number three start building your email list and number four start with one on one coaching so I hope those quick tips were helpful. Let's dive right into this conversation where I ask Sam exactly what she would do if she had to start over. As a health coach online I started just doing like old school guerrilla marketing Yo. I started facebook live ing every single day creating content every single day if Sandra from Oklahoma commented on my facebook you bet your booty followed up as like Yo Sandra. It's met the skelly here. You're struggling with food and body. Can I support you? Can I help? You can jump on a call. Let's do it like. How can I support you? You know I went there. I went the extra mile and you guys listen to me. You gotta go the Extra Mile Right now. You have to if you want to survive in this. Climate entrepreneurs are made in climates. Like this. And if you're willing to go the extra mile to do the work it takes you will win and not only will you win. During this time you will come out the other side thriving because people have stories like I don't want to sell right now. Yes we're going through a contraction but people still are prepared to spend money on things that they care about so create content for that ideal person. Follow up make one to one human connection and put yourself out there. So that's what I had to do in the early days and I would do it again today for came to that because at work the reason why once one coaching is going to work in this climate. And the reason why I'm calling it. This boutique style is because if you did any other way. Here's what would happen if you're like okay. I need to make money now. I'm going to sell this twenty seven dollars a book and I'm just going to sell a shitload of them. While first of all e books do not change people's lives you get paid for transformation you don't get paid for content necessarily and when you do that then you're just hustling hustling hustling trying to slay. These twenty seven dollars in books. What about if you'd lip? That model did Bucci style you started with your high in coaching. You started with a thousand dollars a month ninety seven month and you had ten clients okay. Great now you're making ten thousand dollars per month so maybe you only need three thousand to live off of so seven thousand is in your business that you could put back into your business through marketing through buying media through anything else but if you start trying to slay at twenty seven dollars e book you're never going to have the capital to be able to grow your business. So is there a time and place for low end products that are just widespread? And those like low ticket offers for sure. Andy just came out with one. I'm coming out with one. It's like yes and it's taken US ten years to be able to do that and for it to be successful so if you're just starting out and you are focused on meeting money. Yes you want to help people. Yes you got into this because you love healthy love wellness. You love transformation. Maybe Your Life Coach. Whatever it is yes yes yes and you still need to make money. You still need to make money at is still a business. So what is the low hanging fruit? How can you go after the opportunity capitalize on that opportunity? So you're in a place where your business actually feels comfortable. If I had zero dollars in my bank account and all I had my skill I would do the exact same thing I did. On Day one of Hungary practice would show up on facebook live every single day I would make human connections with every single person that commented and liked on that video. I would personally reach out to them. I would comment on their comments. Then I would reach out to them and send them a voice note or video. I don't even think we could do video messaging back then. I don't think we could so I would send them a message today. There's video messaging. There's voice messaging do that. Go THE EXTRA MILE. Show your face and she talks about that all the time. Get on video. Show your face. It makes a difference. Yeah so I would do that and you know what I did. I pulled up Google drive and I would create a list of everyone I reached out to. When did I reach out to them? What was their response? Is there a discovery call booked? Did they book a running list of like hundreds of people so within a couple months my one twenty coaching program was full when everyone else was trying to do their nose in put paid advertising and pooping that maybe if I get five thousand likes then maybe I'll I don't care who likes care about Your Bank Account. So My coaching program within a few months so then I doubled my prices so I went from four hundred seven to nine. Ninety seven had the same people so doubled my income in a few months. You guys kept going and kept going and kept going and then I was like wow actually. I'm realizing that I don't actually like once one coaching at the level that I was doing it how much I was doing eight hours a day. I'm like this is intense so I then was like wow. All of these. People had the exact same issue every single one of them struggles with emotional eating every single one of them. Struggles of binge eating every single one of them has body image issues. Okay well I'm GonNa Create a group program. I'm GONNA take all of my people who just graduated my six month program and I'm going to put them all in a program called the society enter the ascension model. Yeah so then. All those people entered my group program. They all got to meet each other. A created connection create a community. A lot of those women are still friends today and most of those women are still in the community and engaged members of the community and then from there. I was like wow now. This is growing and growing grant let's retreats etc etc fast forward five years and I started a certification program. Because I was like I am way too busy. All of the knowledge is in my head. I need to put this into a framework. So it's teachable and started hungry for happiness certification program five years later and now we have hundreds of coaches so that was the early days of hungry for happiness. But you know what it's like you got to do the work you gotta do the work. I'm getting emotional even thinking of my early days as a health coach because the word that comes to mind is hustle and hungry just hungry to make money and I would never take back those days hours of sales calls a day. I'm talking ten. Sales calls a day from my car so I could go to my part time job just to make it work. I did a ton of video. I did so much video guys so many facebook lives. I remember your days. You had so hunger so much. What happened well. You're still hungry? You still have that tenacity and you still have that. Resilience is just in a different way. You don't have to be so I'm calling guerrilla marketing. You don't have to be so boots on the ground about it. Your Hustle is just a different variety. But you still have it and it's less hassle for you right now. It is just more consistency like fucking been on instagram stories every single day since you were twelve or something like now. I'm consistent because I like learned from you but I can remember like five years ago. I'm like how does this girl do this? I don't understand how you do this so consistently so much every single day serving your audience every single day I might. Oh man that's really working for and I should probably start doing that more and I'm on there all day long and it really works than ever is not the time to fart around Sandra. This is not the crime to fart around my friend. What the Heck are you selling? What pain point are you solving? What problem do us all in the health on his industry ebner not buying generic health and wellness? They are buying a specific solution to a specific problem. What that Greece. And what is the problem that you saw? What probably awful problem to solve a problem. The saga again. You guys. This is not the time to dance around eight niches. Now that's a luxury and now what you need money if you beat him or than ever get focused. Yeah a hundred percent. The riches are in the niches. Yo what else to say. It's just like I just have a little giggle. I was hanging out with my hungry for happiness. Certification Women on one of their group calls and I was like Yo. Pull up your website up your shit let me see let me just rip it apart for a second and I can be real af with those girls because I built the trust with him so I was just like giving it to them. I'm like no that's never gonNA work. You're never going to get a client. It does so vague. Would you know if you don't hop on a site or an instagram bio? That's me one hundred percent. You're doing something wrong. You know what I'm saying like. Just go on other people sites and just feel into your body. Is this me or not like is there an expansion or contraction? Are you excited to read that or you not excited to read that Hook? It's gotta be so clear. Some of my best students that have graduated from the hungry for happiness certification program are the ones that are like. I help stressed out nurses under the AGE OF THIRTY FIVE. Stop emotional eating. It's like very clear and I'm like Oh this is the girl for that. I empower women to unlock their divine shockers. So we can all be in alignment and be happy. I'm like what whatever trying to be cute. You gotta be clear. Like I help women who've tried everything and their battle with food and their body. It's gotta be so clear though. People don't like niching down for two reasons number one they think. Well if I- niche down like what if I don't have any clients you know that's a fair and then the other field a second fears well. I don't WanNa talk about that. Same thing forever you guys. I've been talking about food and body for ten years and I have a multi seven figure business so I'm just saying that works. I'm not saying you have to do it. But if you want money in the bank and you want to serve clients at the deepest level and you want to transform them. Get obsessed with that one thing. I started my second company two years ago. My Breath Work Company. And so that was a chance for me to talk about something different for a while but right now. I'm in the process of launching a food and body product. Some talking about food and body again and it's about how can I find different ways to talk about this same thing to make it more interesting for me as a marketer right because if I'm not interested they're not interested so I've been playing with? Okay how can I tie in breath? Work and emotional eating and not only does that excite me. That's so valuable of my client. Because breath work directly helps emotional eaters. So it's just about finding new ways to talk about the same thing but when we are being a Debbie Dabbler and we're diluting our message. Your audience is going to be confused. And they're going to be like oh she seems nice but I would never give her a dollars. One of the biggest mistakes. I see health coaches making. Let's just say coaches and general? Here's one of the biggest mistakes. Listen up your marketing and your contents are two different things. Oftentimes people try and market what they teach in their programs. And to Angie's point it's way too out of their zone of what they see is as the pain you gotta dumb it down you gotta dumb it down to like a third grade level so if I was to market what I am delivering in the Food Freedom Journey. Which is my membership site. If I was to talk about the content that I'm delivering how I create transformation for people and break them out of emotional eating if I was to talk about how I do that. And the fundamentals of that and use the frameworks of that in my marketing. They wouldn't get it. They wouldn't get it because the emotional and energetic tools that I use in the program to create change and transformation integrating breath work and etc etc etc is far more advanced than my ideal client of course because I want to bring them to be like okay. Everything you're doing is wrong when it comes to ending or battle with food. Please come here join this program. I can't say that I wouldn't have a business so I got down. I gotTa talk about the pain. I got to speak their language. You know so I got to say. Do you ever feel like you have no willpower. When IT COMES TO FOOD WHY DO. I say that because they say that to me. Do you ever feel like you've tried everything. How many times has a woman said? Or maybe you if women listening you've said to yourself or one of your friends man. I've tried everything when it comes to dieting and trying to lose weight and end emotional eating so I speak the words that they tell themselves at night. You phrase it integrate way and. Insert yourself into the conversation. They're already having. Is that what you say? Yeah yeah so it's that exactly you know is the conversation that there so if I was to talk about the three fundamental energetic states and Beta brain ray whatever if I was to talk about my contents that I deliver in my programs I would leave. People F- I am talking at third grade level to my ideal client. Whose name is Laura and I was just saying it as it is. She's like all you understand me. So there's that heart-to-heart connection there is that understanding then. I add in some of my personal story with food. And then there's a there's another layer and then add my personality. Tell some sort of inappropriate joke or make a weird face or a voice. She's like oh which is also human So she stacking reasons work with me. Love that that you see. There's so much Walton. Simplicity and the health coaches who coached. Who are doing the best in your going? Full time six figures they are the ones who have the most basic mission statements. They have the most basic. I help statements in their bio. Keep it simple and they double down on simplicity and they doubled down on what works and they speak the language of their customer. They don't make it more than it needs to be. Yes of course once. They're in your doors. Then you can show them all the shit you can give them the weirdest shit you want to give them. They come see your methodology but when it comes to your marketing like Sam said guys your marketing and what's inside your actual contents can be a little difference. Someone in your door is difficult in itself and then once they're in then you can sit them down and say. Hey listen becky. It's actually not about food. I know crazy right. It's actually not about food lenny. What it is about. Becky would've never walked in your door unless you use the word shoot. Here's another big mistake. That people make this niche. I've seen it over and over again. Quick question for my fellow entrepreneurs who also suffer from S. B. S. Squirrel Brain Syndrome gay. Add if you also have SBS. Keep listening my friend. Do you wish there was something you could take. That would give you insane focus during your workday but is also completely natural and caffeine free. Yes I have something for you. That may just fix your Squirrel Brain Syndrome. It's one of my best brain. Haxhi grits and something I take before I record every single podcast and every single time before I speak on stage. It's called B loser brain fuel over the years. I've tried so many things to help me with my focus and I'm so happy that I found something that actually works ballitser health with fighting brain fog beating the afternoon slump. Incredible focus for your workday supporting. Focus your mental energy your productivity. Oh my gosh. It's my little obsession and if you follow me on stories you know. I'm taking shots every single day to keep me focused if you're ready to not suffer from Squirrel Brain Syndrome anymore. Head to beekeepers naturals DOT COM. Use the Code Angie lead to save beekeepers naturals dot com code. Angie Lee saves you Moolah. I'm so excited. Let me know how it helps. Usps I love you. I love your brain and your brain is going to love ballitser. You talk about feelings. No must feel their feelings. Don't WanNa talk about feelings on one. Admit that they about anxiety or stress or whatever it is. You're gonNA scare people if that I made this mistake a lot. I would go so deep. 'cause as light as I am. I also have the other spectrum. I'm very deep as well. I've got both sides and so I was like really playing on this. Soulful deep marketing. If you guys see my content ear my instagram like I go deep in poetry but I put my poetry out there so they can relate to me. It's not a marketing tactic. It's just like sometimes put my depth in there so people are like Oh right I talk about the stack of giving people reasons to work with me. So then they see the other side of it but that's not necessarily like direct marketing. That's getting to know me as a human not myself but I was only leading with the feelings darkness but they got stuff for so long and it actually was not effective so we got a dominant even more. We gotTA keep it real logical real behavioral. Yeah it has to pass the Google test. If people aren't googling or your product guys if it doesn't pass the little test it's not absolutely honestly. What do you think you're ever googling like? We're not to stop emotional eating. Yeah Yeah so simple so basic how to stop emotional eating how to stop binge eating binge eating help eating too much food help. But here's the guys it must pass the Google test. If you cannot see your customer Taibbi into Google. The pain point that you saw wage. You Confuse eight at. It's not an actual problem in the market demand. That people are willing to pay for those Kinda go together as Ange mentioned. I do a consistent. Breath work every single morning. Monday to Friday at eight PM now. I'm getting my audience. Used to that. I have only been doing it for like a month now. But it's grown from like fifteen people watching live to like now more like eighty five ninety sometimes so it has to be consistent. Same thing with like a podcast coming out an email going out. You just got to keep showing up. Keep putting yourself in front of your audience as if you're like. Hey I'm the type of person that can do that at the same time every single day. Maybe your mom. It doesn't work cool but fine works for you and show up every single day or show up consistently because again dabbler number. The dollars are just made that up. That sounds good. Fine a flow. That works for you and just stick to it. I used to resist this a lot and I'd had to just find something that feels good for me because I used to always resist. I don't want to schedule. I don't want this and I have had to do it in the way the works. Best for me and I'm like you know what I do breath every single morning at eight o'clock screw it. I'll put live on and let my audience do with me. You know that works for me. I love that you just made it work with your schedule Yeah Yeah I was doing it anyway. That has built up a lot which has resulted in sales was resulted in people's running my program. South that sort of thing. So it's like no brainer right now. There's no one that I follow. That doesn't show up on video all the time. Why do you guys follow an 'cause? She's on video all the time. She's showing her face all the time she's doing funny. Carole Baskin things all the time. You know it's like Oh this is a funny. This is entertaining. I'm getting value from. This is great content. You know you have a beautiful way of packaging like really potent content in a lot of humor which is a real skill. And if money's not your thing don't train be funding because it's just GONNA be awkward but show up in a way. That's you practice on video. I love showing people my old youtube videos of like Kay. You think I'm going on video. Yeah Scroll back on the old youtube channel and you'll see you find your voice and you find your low and if you're in favour did that's cool be introverted on video you don't have to be extroverts to be great on video in fact some of my favorite people. I follow are introverts on video and it's great. I always ask myself what has been my purchasing behavior in las little while. And why have I made those purchases and just observe how you respond to people and how you make your decisions like what is it based on and more and more and more? It's personal branding. You know it's like Angie lease a brand and behind that Angie Lee brand you have Seoul. Cbd You have marketing so you have her offerings. But you guys aren't like Oh my God I just love how you source. Cbd from this place over here. It's like no you love Angie and how she talks about it and how Shamar in. That's the connection relationship. I am a spokesperson for the things that I offer. Certification pass breath work. You're connecting with me. The personal brand the person. And then here's my creations. And if you like what you see as the person you are going to enter in the next doorway which is the offerings. Because you're like well if this is what I'm getting for free. That must be pretty awesome. Which he is delivering in her certifications. Do you think your brand would be where it is or you would have had the success that you did as a health coach without video. The No. There's no way so I was at a speaking event about a year ago and the hosted popcorn style. And they're like hey like just raise your hand like. How did you hear about SAM? Nine out of ten people said video instagram stories. Your Youtube Channel Video. Facebook live video video video dude. I don't know where I'd be without video. I think we would be working at State Farm. Insurance together with Carol. Baskin I envision Sam and I worked in an office together and it not my God. Our desks would have to be in the. Hr Office fired so that. They have a deep obsession of turning mediocre. Health coaches into masterful coaches so that they can scale their influence their impact but mostly it's their income because when we make more money we just do more good in the world money in the hands of good people does good things and so this is why we have hundreds of hungry for happiness certification alumni. Who are making bank and doing good in the world because they have mastered their skill. They are masterful at what they do in today's world. You got to be a master when someone joins the certification program. I might go. Hey My intention is turn this person into such a masterful coach. Give them all of the training. The frameworks the tools everything. I know that I've helped. Twenty three thousand people transform with. Give that to them so they can embody it and they can teach it and they can replicate it because I have a proven system that helps with this exact issue when so when people join the program. That's what they get and you can see the impact of that when people graduate. They have the confidence ago. I know my shit. I know if I'm in front of any client. I can create a sustainable transformation for them. I'm not talking about abandoned on a bullet wound. I'm talking about sustainable. Transformation helping them. Heal the wound that has created thirty years of suffering sustainable transformation so that clients can finally live the life that they want to live. Finally live without suffering without this battle. And so when you can do that for your clients over and over and over and over and over again with a proven framework a proven system. You are going to become so much more valuable. Then what happens is your referrals. Skyrocket Your Money. Skyrockets your ability to just serve at a deeper level skyrockets. Everything becomes better. You know we cannot be mediocre anymore. If you want a greats bank account if you want a great business you have to be great. It all comes down to you and so it's through application invitations so I make sure that everyone who joins the certification program is prepared to go deep with me. You guys got a tiny little taste of it a little lick of it on this podcast but like I say it is. I don't take any bullshit. I cut through the noise. I get to the truth. And create clarity. So they can execute take action and make money and change lives. That's what this is all about. It's really really imperative. It's so important that we become masterful coaches because that is what is going to take everyone to the next level. That is a win win win for everyone. Because you cannot take someone deeper than you've gone your south and one of the big things with the hungry happiness certification is for the first couple months of the program. I don't even teach you how to become a coach. I pour into you making sure you are confident and have healed any emotional stuff in your system and I work directly with you to make sure that you feel empowered. And I don't empower you. I teach you how to empower yourself so there is no dependency thing here going on but I teach you exactly how to do the framework on yourself so that you can feel energized alive so then you can teach from a place of service and sharing not trying to convince someone and there's a huge difference there so that's how we break it all down but yeah I mean so important that you have that framework. This is exactly how I create change people. You have that system in place so then you can just rinse and repeat all day. Long Ransom repeat my friends. Rinse repeat make it easy for yourself to be successful. Make it easy for yourself to get results. Unlike Sam says it just doesn't pay any more to be mediocre so become the best know your shit have a framework actually. Get it easier for you to coach than sue because then you have a step by step process that works versus your rowing Shit at the wall. And you're hoping it sticks so if you're listening to this and you have that fire in your belly year like this is the thing I need. I would love to talk to you. I would love to chat with you. You can head over to hungry for happiness dot com slash Angie. Le- let us know that the baby grandma the Oh gee baby grandma herself you over let us know that you just listen to this on the show and I would love to talk to you. I would love to see where you're at and find out if the hungry for happiness. Certification Program is in alignment with what you're creating what you're doing and more importantly where you. WanNa go so hungry for happiness dot com slash Angie and. We'll see in their juicy. If you guys loved this right now Sam Cagney. Let us know on Instagram. If you loved this episode.

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s3e11 His Night Begins (Desi Crime)

Indian Noir

25:41 min | 4 months ago

s3e11 His Night Begins (Desi Crime)

"This is Indian. You're listening to season three episode. Eleven of his begins. We don't left. Hand was in a cloth sling as he drove one handed for hours in a painkiller as he arrived at deposits compound just after four thirty in the afternoon. He was greeted by. Gory display the made his Tomac turn vitton stayed in at. Todd's head stuck on a pike planted in front of the sanctuaries. I'm gates the Pasta and his wife were sitting at the foot of the Morbid installation. The bikers encircled them. The heads bowed moon fairly advises silent. Funereal circle reminiscent of medieval painting without the vehicle. Joined the mourners officer while without said they're coming for US tonight the pastas lower stood up angle it large on his face. The bikers took the Q and moved back. The pastas wife still sat on the ground weeping. What happened with that? The Pasta in quiet vidartes explained the circumstances surrounding his injured hand and foot. The sudden appearance of I'm in good Vanni and most pertinently. The sad news of Leuven I expressing. What are we going to do? The pastor asked you should leave with your people began saying that would be running and hiding and you know they will haunt us down no matter what. Tell me. I'm wrong the Pasta said vidartes not noted. You're right and yes. It is better to stay and fight. The Pasta looked at some thought. Spe led his dead is. We're staring up at the sky and his mouth was framed in a painful expression. He suffered the pasta same then. He looked down at his wife. Now she's suffering so it was like a son to her be not Kosta sad glance at the pastas wife and side then is can the sorrowful faces around him today. We have lost a brave and loyal ally friend a brother taken by deceit slain by cowards. The same enemy will be here by nightfall to finish US and it is my express vish and your leaders desire to stay back and fight these monstrous but upset the bikers straightened their slouched shoulders and listened intently. I have a plan but I cannot execute it without your help. Everyone nodded determinedly. At this point prevent had walked out of the clinic and joined them he looked at the gory sight fearfully and turned to his father for insurance. I'm assuming you have a bunker here. A bit asked the Pasta. Yes but it wouldn't hold more than fifteen people the Pasta said and I'm hoping this plan of yours doesn't involve hiding in a hole for months some key. People need to lay low if we are to succeed in this mission without sin looking at proven and then at the past. His wife gave me some. Hey Rope and metal pipes. That's it to the by case before casting a glance at some of the harleys in front of the sanctuary. I'm afraid some of those will need to be sacrificed tonight. Vidartes noticed a group of showed commanding a huge tribe of goat's watching them from across the road. How faithful of the locals to you without asked the pasta very said the pasta. My dormitories are crowded with their children seeking treatment for addiction. They will do anything to protect them and US goat without said we believe there is an es been waved at the shepherds and they waved back to. What is your plan? The Pasta Ost scan the eager faces around him and then turned to the Pasta and said before I tell you that I need to call someone. Oh I'm in good. Money botched the fleeting blow of the badlands from speeding Ben's he knew places like this intimately he had grown up in a similar part of India. His parents were sharecroppers who ran up debts and were murdered by the goons of loan. Sharks the people who killed his parents. Where Lynch the neighbors? Who betrayed them by showing the machete-wielding thugs their hiding place will pour farmers like them. The incident Ormond a valuable lesson. There is no point in reserving your compassion for the less fortunate they will just the same as the cunning wealthy looking for a chance to prosecute that agenda of betrayal to make a quick buck. The True Religion was the cult of the self fulfilling his ambition at the cost of everything else. Amends driver had decided to play some old spaghetti western tunes and the Kotla both Bolt. It suited the sites of drought and fields and along the highway. The dry climate had brought over to the breadbasket of the country and that was forty. There was a strong desire to check out of life the syndicate was. He had to lend a helping hand. As far as I was concerned he was doing a social service. His drugs helped ease suffering. He had similar justifications for his previous end vers gunrunning supported freedom fighters smuggling delivered expensive goods to the masses at reasonable rates sex trafficking of underage girls fed the needs of animals who would otherwise rampaged through the streets raping and murdering women. I'm was never the villain of the story. That was a myth crafted by those who misunderstood him. The Syndicate was an unheralded Indian business. Success story a remarkable act of entrepreneurship used to be located in other industries shining example of determination passion and peppis. Almond should have been lauded. He should have been fitted with awards interviewed by TV channels. Every two days books should have been written about his inspiring rice to become one of the most successful business leaders in India. Why then was he denied these days because some sorta portray him as a criminal his activities as illegal heartless labels heaped on his achievements by small. Mines the blood. He had spilled to unify inefficient and unproductive gangs under the battle of the syndicate would have filled the ABC. Many times over yet received for his hard work was ingratitude. He couldn't stand the insults so he decided to operate from the shadows for a while. The other puppets including the incompetent lunatic pepper took over the reins and things seemed to be on the right path. It worked because he was providing the strategy and directions is the puppet muster but this festive out appeared on the scene and wreaked havoc. Cao's attracts chaos and now he had many gangs vying to destabilize the syndicate somehow people developed the impression. That in good bunny was no longer in the picture. He couldn't complain about that outcome because he had wanted the enormity. But what he didn't anticipate was that people don't fear what they can't see now he must be seen. They must witness the atrocities he's capable of and to that end the full force of the Syndicate would in the first instance be brought to bear upon vidartes and his lackeys once he was done burying their corpses. He would deal with the other troublemakers. I'm imagined that in the future. He looks back. At this period he would surmise. The syndicate was having some troubles. That's all like an unexpected afternoon. Allstone that REX parked cars? But its foundations. Were sold it. It's might unblemished. It's vengeful presence. Omnipresent and omnipotent and a short its enduring might by crushing its enemy overnight in an awesome bloody display of shock and all he looked at the fleet of vehicles in front of him and behind him is best men armed to the teeth his horsemen of the apocalypse who the plight of the hapless few who day to stay the Hornets Nest. I'm in smiled at the thought as the vehicle sped towards the pasta sanctuary instead of being stuck in the basement bunker. I could be out there helping you prevent protested. I know you can but I want you to be safe and prepare for trip across. The border wants tonight's fireworks over the that said provoked at his feet and disappointment. The Pasta tells me you've made enough progress for us to move home. He thinks the program has given you the resilience to say no should temptation strike again. Premium looked up and passed his lips and nodded. You addicted to violence the same way. I am addicted to drugs provincial. Looking accusingly at his father I am. I suppose that at said but that is exactly what will save us now. No proving said didn't answer. He looked ashamed. I do if I could ever love you. Forgive you for what you have done but I understand you. I understand how you became. Who you are proven said it up. I'm glad I didn't think it was important for me to be understood but in these last few months I have made peace with my nature. And I'm glad you see me for what I am to thank you for keeping me alive. Prince said you have nothing to thank me full. This is my duty. I love you son. Vidartes said pre bent sideways and picked up his duffel bag the pastas wife who was preparing to enter. The bunker approached them. She placed a handprint shoulder and looked at vidartes. I've Luke after him that you make sure my husband and my boys come out of this safe and sound. She said to him. I'll do my best. I promise poverty. That's it. He looked on as the pastas will eighth and prevent climbed down the days and entered the bunker located in the basement of the clinic. The steel blast blast-proof door creaked noisily. As one of the pastas helpers crossed shut vidartes prince departing figure to leave fully disappeared behind the dual knowing fully. Well that this could be his final gleams of his son. The last member of his family been on didn't want his island legacy to be continued but he wanted preventative. Don Hard not to die. At least he got his son to the border. We looked at his left hand which was still in a sling and had the joint swelling in his left foot granted. He was not in the best shape and their plan to survive the syndicates. Upcoming retaliation was on shaky foundations but he was who he was a was truly in his element. Shock was the master of turbulent and dangerous waters. That is where it lipped. Well it hunted and where a died without had made arrangements for one of the pastas assistance to take probation and the pastor's wife to the border should he and the others not survive the night? The bunker opened up to a tunnel which extended for nearly a kilometre to the east and offered access to canola fields tended by farmers loyal to the pastor. Bidart could proceed with his plans with the knowledge that his son at least had a fighting chance. Better than what Aena and Little Miller and Davina had the thought made him angry. He could feel the blood boil in his veins. He clenched his fists. Trying to contain his outrage. He had the political out to him. That it's time brother Vidartes couldn't afford to lose focus. He had to be cool and calculated to pull of this audacious plan. He walked to the reception area of the clinic. Through a series of corridors and rooms when he reached his destination he was greeted by the sight of the Pasta and the bikers armed and ready like soldiers waiting for their generals instructions. Not Walk them through the plan again in a calm and methodical faction and when he was done he shook each person's and and wish them well he watched them leave the building when the last person left. He pulled out his wallet and gazed at your photo tearfully. He put the wallet in his back. Pocket gathered his weapons Lord out and exited the building into the arms of the night haste. Night had begun and he ended. Its groom like a man who had mustered its essence Ankeny smooth down the lapels of his ash. Ash-grey Italian suit with delicate sweeps off his open palm. Before pulling the binoculars out of his pocket he was standing atop a hill a kilometer away from the sanctuary surrounded by his best bodyguards. The spot offered an excellent view of the pastors compound. That UNIN was expecting art the Pasta and they'll men to make their last stand. The three buildings and its grounds were located on the side of a highway which ran through a sparsely populated region. There were no other dwellings for my in both directions. The emptiness of the vast open land around him was even more pronounced by the fact that the sanctuary hosted the only source of light in this empire of darkness who a delightful setting to face up to my enemies almond thought there was a slight chance that vidartes and the pasta might not have the courage to stand up to him that they could have fled in the cover of darkness. It didn't matter. Even if they abandoned their base of Operations Almond was going to personally supervise the destruction of their lair beat out and Co had burned down his house now. It was his tend to extend the same courtesy. Once he had been the place down to the ground he would hunt them down without mercy if the man had any owner would rise up to almonds challenge. In fact from what he had heard vidartes. He doubted the man would back down from an old fashioned fight to death where time to find out the state of play. I'm in said to himself. He lifted his night vision. Binoculars and glossed the sanctuary. He's spotted motorcycles. Lined up in front of the main building forming a defensive barrier in the windows silhouetted against the light dark figures holding long tubular metallic shapes gunmen. Guarding the perimeter. Almond thought. Good you are indeed. A son of a gun without we are good to go to one of his guards who press the radio to his mouth and shouted commands fifteen vehicles cars. Suv's and motorcycles. He most from the documents as they tore down the highway and popped themselves in a neat row facing the compound. Scores have gunman stepped of the vehicles and took up positions almond would lead the artillery do critical damage before writing his cavalry down. There he just wanted to be there to walk amongst the smoking rubble to pump ballitser into boards crushed by masonry or half compromised by the shrapnel from his armies guns. He was finishing that is what he was always good at. I have the best people in the business to do. The heavy lifting and then warts in at the last moment and finish the job like a stone cold closer late this shit up amid said his bodyguard transmitted those exact words by the radio to men with Bazookas climbed up on the roofs of the SUV's and since shrieking projectiles streaking into the buildings explosion smashed the stonework splintered the woodwork and crush the cladding as fire waved the inside of the building. Multiple detonations compromised the structural integrity of the building and the rain of debris crashed onto the pot vehicles of the attackers. There was a few seconds of awestruck pause than all the guns Bart Unison. The sounds of the night where silenced by the roar of weapons. Filing a wall of bullets crashed against the Sanctuary's wars sustained salvos crafted holes and terms turn to dust would caught fire and metal structures buckled as a constant unceasing hail of shrapnel tore through the pastas domain of hope after Fulton minutes. The arms felt silent only. The music of destruction competed against a rising wind. Creaking metal the crackling of fire. A dust cloud slowly began its ascension into the upper atmosphere. Nothing can survive that bus. One of his bodyguards said that's the truth right there son and you know what I thinking we should do. This more often uninsured without telling his eyes away from the Ip's the Cutler boss Notre delightfully that the barrier created by the motorcycles were stranded to bits and the gunman arrayed in front of the building in defensive positions were wiped from the face of the earth. He manipulated the controls on his lens to take a closer look at the bodies of the defenders. He wanted to see if any of them still had their heads intact. Unin scanned the debris field looking for dead bodies. He Newton something on smile. Turn to a frown.

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The Last Newspaper Reader: part four

Monocle 24: The Stack

19:37 min | 1 year ago

The Last Newspaper Reader: part four

"This is the last newspaper Rita a book by Mikhail and gala other than being the author of the stale and Gila is the editor in chief of German weekly Freitag in the last episode Michaela Angela sought out a copy of the observer from the day of Joe Stras, death and pondered what one of his ears would have made of the news at contained elsewhere and gala professor administration for those choosing to read publications not expected of their status and revealed his contempt for newspapers intellectually sterile questions of the day pages. The final part of Michaela Ngaire is engaging pen to printed. News features his musings on web, people tend to read the paper one public one very private and concludes with him discussing medium with fellow Thomas. Hot devotee. Newspaper readers are getting older and older but incomplete opposition to this fact, most newspaper publishers are trying to make their papers younger and younger supposedly the disdain for older readers is at its lowest. When it comes to the local papers with the regional press. It's far more likely that Odori deserve feared since they missed nothing. What local journalist right is read closely and ROY tied them if they make a mistake. They'll never hear the end of it. Everyone knows everyone else's business says professorships who's not only an expert in German press history. But also, a passionate reader of local papers, of course, howlers still amused. The professor, but what's most important to him as the courage local journalists needs which far exceeds that of a big city journalist the latter can hide behind their limited. But local journalists can't it's in the paper. That's what people in the countryside say professors shirts is the only passionate newspaper too. I know. Doesn't seem to be driven by contempt and hate he's a big lover of newspapers. No, one springs to his mind when I ask him which writer infuriates him, and he has to think carefully before he comes up with someone who stories he can't stand when I say lover of newspapers. I mean this to for many years. The professor was the only person who writes me when he liked an article Dritan, and who it would hardly be an exaggeration to say saved me. He certainly saved other people to with his lines, which are the lines of true reader. Of course, professors shoots is not only a passionate newspaper reader, but also newspaper collector. However, he's changed his ways he still reads the Tagespiegel at the table, the others. He reads on his era. He explained to me how he does it. It reminded me of collecting CD's or completion of songs on an iphone his procedure has nothing to do with collecting newspapers anymore. It's merely another episode in the story of the dematerialization of the world. He started reading these. I when he was at secondary school, however before long, he not only read it. But sorry penned a letter to the editor in which he criticised an article for taking too much of a softly softly approach with Adolf von Tatton, a far right politician from the MP that must have been in nineteen sixty nine he said. Professors wanted to bring the letter he wrote to the editor along to our next meeting. He kept it somewhere. But it was nowhere to be found. This letter was of course, signal to the world. The major newspapers were foreigners to the wide world. Whoever read them all ready felt a bit. Like, they belong there for me. It was the Spiegel which I bought from the kiosk at the train station and before long, I like thousands of others was imitating, the Spiegel jargon, and my essays that Jorgen no longer exists, but that's no loss because it turned generations of half intelligent men into know-it-alls. Sometimes you may find an ambitious voice in the local paper to something that would possibly see more at home in one of the world's major papers. But something across an ambitious voice is not really the reason why if we've been living somewhere else for a long time, we still take up the local paper when we're back visiting our relatives. In fact, we use the local paper to reclaim piece of home. And we're delighted to read the names of the places that. Were all and will continue to remain there season Bertillon, Vince Hennion attic fire closure of business poor harvest when visited my parents loss. Winter I read in the paper about the death of the manager of the music venue. Merlo Huntington Henson had fuller me for years or rather its name had since it appeared on the gig announcements on the radio. I never actually went there. The venues on the other side of Ben world famous musicians. Like check Baker as Zola and screaming Jay Hawkins perform their this. Thanks to the long standing manager of the mirror who now passed away in Provence where he'd withdrawn after lengthy legal dispute, they'd captured the voices of local celebrities between the lines you could read this impresario may have been a man of many talents. But it wasn't an easy person to deal with the thing. I liked best. Was this part of a lengthy obit Trie in Dr Klein went he uploaded a new photo of himself. To the social media platform Facebook on the twenty third of December book heart aka Murli Pesher had for longtime being smiling. Again, not a sly or cynical smile. No, a peaceful, comfortable one that was generally interpreted as a sign that Merlin's again was now finally starting to enjoy life after spending many years fighting for his life's work two days later, he was dead. It's stories like this that Thomas Bernhardt might have had in mind when he emphasized how much the newspaper can help the author come up with material you might think that this is self evident for modern authors. It isn't better handcuff example, didn't like newspapers paps he still doesn't like them today. When hunky was young. He dreaded the newspaper so much that he was only able to enjoy a stay in New York when there was a strike meaning that no world newspapers were published. Instead, there was just a thin Taito called city news Hencke saw the newspaper as a mere distraction a deflection from what was important disgusted him the famous author. He didn't say who still wanted to know what was in the coach section when he was dying in the throes of death. His friends had to report back to him about how this or that new publication had been reviewed, but you can detect an influence on hand. Kaz writing to modern literature isn't conceivable without the newspaper. And you don't even have to think of James Joyce's. Ulysses a work that does everything to the newspaper to know that no you can start with Hanukkah himself. Because of course, he read the newspaper too. And of course, he also read it like Bernhardt did in public houses. And of course, it had an influence on him to even if this was only that hanker tried to right exactly how newspapers weren't written reading newspapers in the public house is the name of his revenge on newspaper reading or rather his commitment to an unhappy. Passion suffering from an obsession that wasn't even desire. It was a nameless. But very specific pub in Salzburg where hand care unhappily read the newspaper and pondered his unhappiness. This was probably about thirty years ago. You might think that his fascinating essay on the quiet place in which the place in question is the privy is secretly also a small essay on the newspaper, but it isn't the newspaper doesn't appear in this essay. Even though the toilet is the place that springs to mind when you think of your own history of newspaper reading it upsets me when I go to a different toilet. And I can't find any newspapers. Even if there are books there, you read books in the bath on the toilet you read newspapers, or magazines special cases, these supplement that many people put beside the toilet based on the assumption that newspaper supplement becomes outdated less quickly than in newspaper itself. I used to live with t- back then t- taught at a small university in the evenings. He listened to echoed aside. And in the mornings, he read the Noa circa Zaiton for which he had a subscription he had as much contempt for his cities to newspapers as he did for the local football club, which he scoffed at in favor of the Bundesliga. You wouldn't find the end it said in the Lou, but the supplement to the ends at SETI ends at folio. They're always several copies of that lying on the floor beside the toilet. But in all the time, I spent living with T, I never finished a single article in the ends folio. Most of the time I didn't even flick through it. Instead, I stared at a colorful photograph of Kim Il-Sung on the wall. Supplements belong on the Lou where they are never or only very rarely read a fate that I presume they share with the magazine Matej, which is one of the major unread products of the press that said the age of unread newspapers and magazines is only just beginning the newspaper may be dying. But corporate publishing is becoming increasingly popular every university in theater has its own magazine magazine that mainly goes on red I should add, but the Stiller good income opportunity for cultural journalists after all the fee for an article is inversely proportional to how much it's appreciated as if you have to compensate the authors for the fact, they won't be read another chapter in the unwritten history of reading on the Lou should ultimately deal with the shortage of material. How often would you find yourself sitting on the Lou reading a newspaper that had been lying there for weeks? Even though you were already familiar with its content. So you'd read an article again and again studying it while this article wasn't. Designed to be studied at all. But simply to be read quickly often, it wasn't even the whole newspaper. But just part of it the sports pages, for example, that someone take into the toilet with them or even part of the sports pages if the newspaper was to be used for another obvious purpose. I wasn't really making any progress. At my Thomas Bernhardt studies until I get a press appointment with Claus payment. Peyman asks nothing and says nothing to me. He simply starts talking. Let's start. So I am a real newspaper person. That's what connect me to Thomas Bernhard. One of my fondest memories is reading the awful Austrian newspapers together insolence in a small town cafe in GME, a lovely small town on the lake at how delighted we were to see the Transi on the front page of the Kronen Zeitung which happened from time to time because a television series was being filmed there, it gave me great pleasure to be able to appreciate the so-called natural beauty of the Celts candidate. I'm still a newspaper person today will be not quite to the same extent. Until recently. I read an average of ten to fifteen newspapers day, which I would have delivered to my home in copen pick that number has now diminished. But I also notice, of course, that the newspapers are starting to merge, more and more. Why would I read a critic from the ballitser item in the Frankfurter Rune shell to consequence? I cancel my subscription to the Frankfurt Haroon show. Why would I get the m some tag if I'm reading the same things in the Morgenpost? This merging madness also has its repercussions. Now, I read in the following order noise. Deutschland to get it over and done with a paper that still not particularly well made but one that has an excellent features section. The best feature section out of all daily papers. In fact, then fulsome fast food. Some true joy beat Zad the only German tabloid newspaper with its own coaches section then the Belinda Xitong east Berlin's bourgeois paper, which is written against the likes of us. I relish how far off the Mark. They are in terms of their readers, these insane critics, then the Berlin Morgenpost, I really enjoy reading that. They still believe in themselves. I've unsubscribe from the tug Spiegel with Berlin Bush wa paper, you get the impression that they've given up that they know they're destined for death. And that's how they write to without even a glimmer of hope I didn't wanna become infected by that. Then things get a bit more interesting. The panel to paper, I read is the Sedova xylitol. And I finished with the a stick it out. I go to the letterbox in my Jonah bottoms or dressing gown to fetch the newspaper, and then see it through. It may be the case that I read the features section in. In the morning and the sports section in the afternoon and the sports section of this Ajay's item is still world class and then on Thursday, there's that side debuted. He doesn't good job of that dealer Renzo and on Sunday. I always buy this Spiegel and focus too. I also sometimes by the tug Spiegel on a Sunday, occasionally, free, tag and Cicero too. So I am the perfect consumer. But it saddens me to note that the newspapers are essentially becoming much of a muchness the reports in the mixed news section of the same in every paper. The same three press agency reports we've lost what used to account for the great charm of the provincial in the seduced Chaim that you could read a special report from southern Bavaria. That's all gone, the newspapers losing their identity, and they are losing readers. What connects me? With Bernhardt is that he was a very good writer too. He was also a passionate rutta of the letters to the editor was once an issue about a tram which made him read a strongly wooded letter to the editor at university in Hamburg. And this is now the last thing I will say about it. I ran a very successful student paper the elephant it's now coming back to me. I wrote theater reviews for that. And later, I read massively long articles for the Zeitz. I always wanted to ride I suppose, that's my fascination will be printed word comes from. I also wanted to write novels plays or even become a Hemingway of the features section, and then I decided to just knock that one on the head and do my own thing. Now, you know, everything I now get the chance to us. My third question. You explain the how you read newspapers at home I say, but I can only imagine Bernhardt with an eastern. Paper in a coffee house in the small town. Cafe yes. In mountain. He would go there every morning ate his new skip Ville, and we would argue about what we had to read. The papers were stretched out beside us on wooden frames time and time again a situations in plays where people draw particular stories from newspapers this curiosity this desire for something new. That's what the daily paper is like what's going on in the world thirst for knowledge burn her directly incorporated material into his plays. And his pros. I say quite unlike his rival Hanke who in fact opposed the newspaper and stood opposes it today. Yes, also likes to ask me. What's in the paper? I'm the communicator for Peter hunter. What are they written in the paper then or congratulate him if there's been a favorable review of one of his books. UP have been nominated for the Nobel prize again. He's always happy about that. But he will in one me when I visit him in barris that I better not have that damned newspaper with me again or else start thinking funny things again newspapers are how we see and gain knowledge and naturally have become an uncontrollable instrument of power. The Auburn of a writer tells the story of another author who has the reviews from the newspapers read out to him on his deathbed. He didn't want that. He also got worked up about the warmongering of the western newspapers. With regard to the war in Yugoslavia. And was of course, right about almost everything that there was a lot of propaganda going on internationally too. And this was based on many untruths and false truths. The newspapers brought about Saddam's poisonous gas supplies, and it's all a blatant lie. Getting worked up is part and parcel of newspaper reading that. It goes without saying now, we have social forums. And that's rudderless. I've also experienced some scandals online. I'm not interested. I've had dople gainers who've been writing in my name, and that was how the conversation continued Klaus payment lamented, the disappearance if data reviews from newspapers and accused the remaining critics of Vinet chewed or spiteful nece. He also came back to Tomas Bernhard. If anyone had an appointment with Bernhardt, they weren't allowed to be late payment explained if you turned up even just a few minutes late Bernhardt would be gone, and you wouldn't see him again that day, but Bernhardt also traveled a lot and read the world newspapers, he traveled so as to write in a foreign neutral place and towards the end of his life. He often went to Portugal, Yugoslavia Poland too. Whenever payment is away. Traveling. He always buys a newspaper in whichever city. He's visiting even if he can't read it like in Tokyo or in Russia, he breathes in spirit of the city. Through the newspaper, the noise Irqah must've occupied and outstanding position Bernhard's experience of newspapers. I said payment nodded described how Bernhardt wants lefty pub in guman because it didn't have a copy of the ends at dead and sought out another pub, the did he always been afraid of being sucked into Bernhardt universe payments said suddenly afraid of becoming one of Bernhard's characters so to speak the coin of character Bernhardt had introduced him to such a double murderer or a lawyer finally payment told the story of a man who hanged himself pity Beaujoire man who ended his life hanging from a rope with makeup on short skirt as if he wanted to say, this is who I really am your pay. The boys were earn is really a Treny. It's this one story that Thomas Bernhard must've been thinking of when he spoke about the use of reading newspapers for his work. I no longer know how payment came up with it. Because this is the point whether recording of our conversation cuts off in my haste at Pax cassette of my sons, and what she'd recorded an episode of Alba Hotson plots the old cassette on which you could originally here that and then Klaus payment speaking runs on without them. And I listen to the white noise for awhile. The last newspaper reader is a book by me Halen gala published in Germany by Galliani, Berlin and translated by Alastair e Paul. It was serialized in Monaco's winter weekly. This series was narrated by Tom Edwards and edited by David Stevens.

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Episode 110: Crypto Messiah

The Crypto Street Podcast

31:57 min | 2 years ago

Episode 110: Crypto Messiah

"Ladies and gentlemen. Welcome. Let's go. Thank you for tuning into the crypto Streep podcast here. Your host shoe. Trent's and. Interest. Lot to go through today. Probably looks a little strange with Dale me talking on the Curto straight account, but killer and principal out tonight doing spend some time with their family and doing some other stuff. So it's just me and crypto messiah who is a longtime friend slash guests of the show were just going to kind of keep it pretty short. And sweet tonight talk about the the dump age that went on today with bitcoin. So messiah how's it going? Hey, what's going on y'all? Was this your fourth episode fourth time being on? I think it's my third, but my memory is a too great. Right. Maybe four I think there because you know, I think I did too so low, and then I did that one with bully. Yep. Or wait. Wait did. I do. I don't know, man. You definitely did to solo and then the hundred up with bully. It might it might be the fourth one. Yeah. Which is pretty dope. I think that might be tied for the record. Honored. Yeah. You should be. So let's dive right in. We're going to try like I said, we'll try and keep this short. And sweet. I know a lot of people are are freaking out about the market. So, you know, salsa dump today, I think air only pulling up the chart here. But look like, you know, I mean we damn near dumps five six hundred dollars on bitcoin. And you know, it was pretty interesting to see I had I always have the charcoal up at work and just kind of you know, keep tabs on it throughout the day. And all of a sudden, I look, and it's you know, going down. No big deal. Turn around grab something off my desk. Look back, and it's like just keeps false going down more than you take another look at it. And it's going down more not I had our time keeping miles is off of it today to. Yes, totally. It's almost like you just can't you can't stop watching the brutality is like a car wreck. You know, you don't really wanna look at it. But you you can't not you've got a rubber neck, exactly. So in your opinion. What you know? What happened? What's going on? I'm not huge fan of narratives. But you know, a couple that I've seen that you know, may be legit. You know, you've got this all this fucking drama surrounding bitcoin cash right now people removing hash rate from bitcoin. And and all that. I mean, the whole the whole situation's really negative for the system as a whole. And then you also have does she think it was CBO e futures expiry today. So those those are the two main theories, but I mean that doesn't always have to be arrived at the reason. I mean, it could have just been a fucking, you know, I mean, we went sideways forever, and it was a distribution event. And now he dumped so what do we do from here? I'm not going to say, you know, like three thousand our bitcoin or whatever yet for me. We have we still have to test that kind of fifty five hundred level, and depending on what exchange you actually, look at different exchanges have different looking charts. Like, for example, I still look at bay. Phonetics which some people are are verse too. But I like biff next because there is a fucking retarded amount of money on the necks rates at bit phonetics that moves v necks and a Finnish nanna are going to occur. They're going to occur on phonetics. So I really like biff and X and. You know, if you actually look at the bit for next chart, it's still in this kind of descending wedge structure right now. Now, what would really get me concerned about the coin? Is it bitcoin broke the fifty five hundred level with force? I mean because of two reasons I mean, that's it's a pretty good Haryana level right there. You know, there's a breaker from the bull run, and, you know, a nice support level under it, which was tagged. You know, the Wyckoff spring maim. If you look at the chart from early November thirteenth of November last year bitcoin actually Tump from like seven thousand five hundred all the way down to this five thousand five hundred level. And after that occurred it just fucking took like. Freaking insane. So I'm I'm really looking at that level with interest. And you know, what I'm not? I'm not a bitcoin trader, so I mean, do I care? Yes. I do. I mean, I have bitcoin. But I I mean, I don't go. Fuck I'm not long or or anything. I'm not getting liquidated fucked around with bitcoin trading, and I've had some success, and I've had some losses, but it's just not my forte. But if I were to be the controller, that's what I'd be watching in in. If if you look at other exchanges, like bid stamp. I think the situation looks a lot more dire. Stanford this stamps not as as liquid is bit fanatics. You know, there's there's no margin a bit stamp either. Which makes things a little different. So I mean, I've never really put a ton of weight on on the bit stamp chart. I think I think the most important chart to look at is probably biff necks, and you know, what to be honest. Maybe even by now is somewhere you'd wanna look I mean, they do a lot of women that exchange. So yeah, I mean, it's this. It's not over yet. But it's definitely something you want to keep your eyes on and you definitely want to especially if you're holding spot, bitcoin and. You know, like you really do have a lot on the line. You know, like, you you it could affect her life. If if you if it quit went down at this point, you know, you definitely want to have a strategy to minimize your exposure. Because if we break that kind of fifty five hundred level on on biff and ex some of these other scenarios could come true. And you know, I'm looking here. And and, you know, the two levels that that make a lot of sense or like, maybe forty five hundred to forty seven hundred and also three thousand three thousand two hundred both look pretty prime. And and you know, here's the thing for me. Some I wanna add onto with the the last time when you said we were at the seven thousand broke down to similar inch here. So last year at this time, it was fifty eight hundred about a November twelve and we fricken flew fourteen thousand dollars up to two the high of nineteen thousand eight ninety one on. By December sixteenth. I mean, so, you know, a month there, some that's just kind of the reality of what can happen. And I really think that's what everyone is deep down his kind of hoping for is that what I think happens. You know, I still feel like, you know, to me this this dip just confirms the barest bears basis that we have you know, we just had flock on the other other day. And he was kinda he message me this morning. I was like damn I feel so good. Because this is what I called when I was on the podcasts. And and it's true. He did. So, you know, but I still think we might have little year end rally, and I know no prince kinda thinks that also, but I agree with you. This this range here is is pretty important. I kind of had said earlier to some other folks that if we close the daily below fifty eight hundred than I think we might not have that. Bowl bullish scenario. Nice little pump towards the end of the year. But more I kind of look at it. I'm kinda at a fork in the road. Not really sure. Which way I'm leaning yet. Waiting to see what's gonna play out. You know, one thing that is really interesting is when you see capitulation juicy massive volume, and if you actually look the bit next daily candle. I mean, this is the largest volume on a bearish candle that we seen since let's see. And this charts since that we've seen since April. Yeah. Actually, which is interesting because we've seen this this period of low volatility, and then you know, you see this this explosion down. So I mean, the the Wyckoff spring is name, you know, everybody laughs out at mixon of it. Because you know, it's just one of the many opium scenarios that are being thrown out. But I don't see it as being invalidated just yet. Although it's it's very close to being and validated. But I don't here's the thing. Making calls is for our ego based traders, you know, I don't give a fuck about making any kind of calls. You know, what I do care about is having plans? Making a call was plans or reactionary whereas calls are predictive. I have nothing to prove here. So, you know, I don't care either way, you know. I don't care. What it does? If it breaks down from this level, probably gonna sell my spot bitcoin. Yeah. But that's a plan. If it breaks on then do I have a a level at which I take profit on the spot bitcoin. Yeah. Probably you know, I'm might be looking at this. You know, nine thousand five hundred ten thousand range looks pretty decent to me. We are getting to the point where. People are going to see their families. And they're gonna talk about bitcoin. And yet people might not have a lot of credibility left after last year is the joke. Fuck you. You know, you told me to buy bitcoin. I finally bought it in about twenty thousand bitcoins. Fuck you. But that being sad. I mean, we are approaching season of time where people do see their family and people that are passionate about this are going to talk about bitcoin and people are going to ask. Hey, how's that bitcoin go in and you're like? You know, that you really have to ask that, you know, like, are you serious? But yeah, I mean, it's not just have a plan. B reactionary is is the best those, and I think that's really the how you should approach all trading and not, you know. Yeah, it's great to have your targets. And I think you a lot of people base their their plan on their targets. But you always in my Vinnie need to have a, okay, if targeted doesn't get reached in, you know, this happens than what? Because what am I going to do in heat of the moment? Not everybody is always thinking clear, and you know, maybe panicking a little bit thanking is going to go up. It's going to deal with like commodities a lot. And you know, it's a little different with trading stocks crypto than commodities because we sit behind the computer granted, we do work hard. But when when farmers are raising their commodities a lot of times, they're doing a lot of manual work. So they could. Probably be a lot more attached to theirs. But I've noticed the most successful customers that I have that deal with us always have a marketing plan in place, and they the plan. No matter. What happens? Yeah. So. While we're on that. Let's talk a little bit less really dumb this down for people listening. I know there's still a lot of confusion amongst people at least that interact with on the whole bitcoin cash. Fifty one percent has critter has what does you know? What is your opinion on that? Maybe give a very high level view of. What's going on behind that? I guess so you kinda went out there inky shut give a high level of -pinion of of the whole situation this kind of building. Yup. Yup. Okay. So basically bitcoin cash is kind of a. The organization if you could call it that has dissolved in the end side, you know, people have realized, but because you've got a bunch of fanatics, you know, that that branched off into this and their fanaticism there. They were once United because they disagreed with bitcoin for whatever reason. And that you know, when I said, they disagreed with bitcoin for whatever reason, it might have just been because hey, like fuck these guys we can make bitcoin cash and make money, you know, we can dump on them. It doesn't have to be some kind of altruistic, you know, like reason like that. So these guys they make bitcoin cash, and eventually the problem is every fucking person that did it has a huge ego. An every hour soda did it. I mean, you've got all these giant egos, which is never a recipe for success in you, basically you have too many chiefs and not enough Indians. And so you you have people beginning to. Disagree over the future direction up bitcoin cash. So you have two camps. You know, bitcoin ABC, you know, which wants to follow their plan. And then you have bitcoin SP which wants to follow their plan. Now, you have bitcoin SV camp is cabin air airy Calvin airy. I mean, and crack right and chain those guys and in the bitcoin ABC camp his Roger vir Jeon those guys. So. Really? I mean, the big issue. Here are is in my opinion. Craig Reid is just a massive fucking asshole. And has a sugar daddy Calvin airy who is just rich as fuck and. They're willing to. Go all in on those. They're willing to really fucking spend a lot of money, and they know how to really fuck over bitcoin ABC. Bitcoin cash ABC. The whole thing is is a huge mess. And like I was saying earlier, you know, it doesn't look it doesn't make anything. Look. Good doesn't make bitcoin. Look good doesn't make bitcoin cash. Look good, especially, you know, all this ego shit crack right bragging on Twitter about we're going to destroy your chain. And you started a war and to shut up like come on like, it's just ridiculous to me. But. It is just an ego trip. And eventually it'll be over in the sense that. I doubt both of those chains are going to continue, and I could even see Roger vir becoming bitcoin proponent again. And that's kinda my really far out prediction. I don't think he's too far gone. And I do think that he had he's done enough for bitcoin to where people wouldn't mind him coming back. The thing. I think I could see that happening because he is a strong voice people that aren't into crypto heavily now. You know, maybe don't necessarily know the past the no the correlation or whatever it is between bitcoin bitcoin cash, but they see then read that you know, he's the what the bitcoin Jesus or whatever they they used to call him. So I totally see him doing that. Now that you say that I don't know if. I don't know if it happened. Maybe his pride would get in the way in. He could think you know, fuck that. I'm not gonna go back to those crazy, bitcoin lunatics. And I do think his argument of bitcoin cash so much faster than bitcoin. You know at the time. I think the bitcoin chain was severely overloaded in people was high in it. So, you know, the compared the volume of of bitcoin to bitcoin cash, of course, the bitcoin cash is going to be that much faster. I mean, the volume wasn't even a tenth of what bitcoin was I believe. So of course, it's going to things down. So that the whole argument. I mean, I get it. He's believes in bitcoin cash supposedly says he sold all his bitcoin for bitcoin cash. Why wouldn't he be, you know, the loudest voice for I get that? But I don't, you know, the whole thing like you said with with ABC versus VS or whatever, it's it's bad. It's. It's a black guy for crypto. It's black guy for every everything as a whole in. You know, Craig I just continually makes himself look like a huge asks. Sorry, greg. You know? And then he's coming out and saying he owns fifty one percent of the hash. So he could crash it. I mean, come. It's the whole situation is just a huge mess. And you know, whatever I mean, this is this is always how it's been though. I mean there including myself, there's a lot of immature people here. So, you know, you're gonna have you're gonna have people acting out, and you know, you're going to have people making themselves just and unfortunately, the guy that's making acid himself is extremely extremely rich. So. And then he throw in the the factor of money to you know, money, always clouds people. If they can get an extra buck. I mean, how you know it's hard to pass that up. If you could do something like that and make millions on millions. You know, would could you look in the mirror and say that you maybe wouldn't do this thing. I mean, I'll probably would I'm kind of an asshole too. So I'm not I'm not gonna lie, you know, like money. Yeah. Exactly. It's it can be life changing money. It could literally set your family up for the rest of their lives. You know, and that's pretty hard to pass up. I totally agree. You know, whatever the not to be honest. It's it's something that yet. Interesting. I mean, this is a real housewives of cryptocurrency. But at the same time like I've just going to sit here and watch the bar, you know, and that's kind of all I'm I'm interested in doing. I bought some bitcoin cash. For the run up to the fork, you know, an at ran up, and I actually took profit. I think point. This chart. It was right against the two hundred may as why did it and sell? And sell its act top. But I point nine four. It's funny. The only reason I sold right. There though is I just had a little bitcoin cash about to play it, and I had to pay some developer bills for some surprise acts that I have going on. So I lifted it nice that just just perfect. Yeah. Worked out perfect though. But it was funny. I you know, I thought I actually thought that you know, we're really going to see some rage bumping right here. And we still might after all of this plays out f- work tomorrow, it's gotten ugly. It's on the fifteenth man in you know, what I think there might be a. A countdown or something. Hold on just second. Yeah. So we're recording on the fourteenth. So when I say tomorrow it actually be today when this comes out. I think there's a countdown. Or? Because Quinta dance gets we've got about thirteen hours left. Just what according to catch dot coin dot dance. Which is a really interesting. Website. If anybody, you know hasn't checked it out it, you know, shows the different mining BIC when protocols that, you know, the current block hide hash rates whose money blocks cetera while this I've never heard of this. Cash that point that dance, and and actually the do it for bitcoin too. So it's cool there as well. But. Yeah. I mean, it's like I said, you know, let's just play out. You know, one thing. I am seeing is. A lot of high cap out coins dumping, which is no surprise to me. I've laughed at at the high cap investors for a while just because you know, still you look at things with absurd valuations if you just go to Quin market cap dot com, and we're still looking at theory classic with an eight hundred million dollar valuation. Which is just outrageous veto five hundred million. You know, a Q Tom two hundred eighty million. I mean in and you're looking at people are fucking lying net. Like that blows my fucking mind. Anybody would buy something, you know, that expensive? Back in before we had that freaking crazy Altea in two thousand seventeen. When when you invested in things you invested in like five six million dollar caps. Those weren't even like micro caps back in like the big big ass projects where you know, eighty million dollar cap. One hundred million dollar gap. But if you look at Quin market cap, those are the projects that really really really bled today. And as you go down the list assure you, you're seeing some some other leaders as well. But if a lot of the biker cops kind of held their own verse their underlying assets. But you know, they took the hit that the underlying asset did. That's how they were depreciated today, which is interesting. Sued happens with all of the stuff. I mean, it's being exposed to the sector is dangerous. And you know, it's if it goes to three thousand things things definitely could get uglier. And if you look at a lot of these large gaps, they haven't even fully retraced yet, which is very very, it's terrifying to me. And can you imagine like? For instance. Let's let's say something that's like just totally nasty. Let's look at I think Cardo is her. However, you say it is really really good one to look at. This one's actually gone down a bit. It's actually might even make a higher low here. But I mean deal low for this was six hundred seventeen associ- which is still another fifty percent loss from. From where it is. Which is. I mean, that's that's pretty scary to me, and then you have others shit like v chain. I can't even find this one anymore v c h here we go v chain against bitcoin. So are low on Bina was an August. We hit one hundred one so one hundred forty five so yeah, you could you could still listen fucking money on that these are high caps. You know, they're they're still down turning hard. And. You really want to identify cumulation patterns. You wanna you wanna look for projects that are going sideways and not just sideways like, oh, we're going sideways, and we're dead. But you you wanna see signs of buying? You wanna see in spikes to see this accumulation you wanna see a spring on the project? You know, you wanna see had two big fucking wig down. You wanna see somebody capitulating? And then it rebounding quickly. That's that's what you wanna look for right now, if you have to be exposed to the coin sector at all I do when I'm trying to you know. I wanna find gems, and you know, I wanna get get multiples and keep rotating, and you know, a lot of the coins that have theory base pairs have been performing pretty well. You know, they have. Just. Yeah. And you know, I will say I'll probably catch a lot of shift for this. But you know, it was so just kinda consulted when sideways for so long big. I'm talking about bitcoin year that it was kind of nice to see some volatility today should to see anything. Oh, it's a live. You know, like go. Here we go. It's it's actually happening. So that was kind of nice as as you know. Shitty. As it is to the say that. But how shitty would it be to just watch it? Go fucking sideways again for two more months this level. I mean how miserable without they. And you know, avenged it was gonna make some sort of move. Yeah. Yeah. And I still, you know, I'm still long-term pretty bullish on on bitcoin. So. And you almost feel like there was an Rick was saying this earlier today in in him. And I were talking that, you know, it's still seems well I think it was in your group messiah that still seems like there's still too many happy slash bullish people. Yeah. There's definitely a lot of Abol still. But the question is they really ballitser they just putting or they, you know, buying into their own. At this point. Because, you know, I'm I'm bullish the sense that I'm a long term player, and I can survive draw down because I've already extracted enough to be I've got more than I ever thought. I would say so I mean, if it doesn't he thing, you know, or or theory or whatever I mean, that's fantastic. But at the same time, you know, you like my profile. I had always be capitulating. People don't understand what it means stump and people need to understand win to dump like, I'm watching theory. I'm right now. We're we're looking at theory on fanatics two hundred eighty bucks guy, the low and bits and X's like one hundred sixty seven dollars. So I'm not going to be bare bearish on a theory. I'm a toll we make a new low here. Massive massive volume down on a theory USD and biff next today and didn't make a new low. So you've got a higher low with higher volume. You know that that's bullish. But it doesn't mean that won't keep going down. And that's the thing. You know, people don't understand is a theory anything that that is very liquid verse bitcoin is going to suffer bitcoins fate. So. If bitcoin tanks, it's going to drag theorem with it, you know, bitcoin moons than it's going to take theory with it. You know, it's if you can't bet against particular parts of the sector, you know, you have to to look at the sector as a whole. And the only thing that kind of falls outside of that logic is maybe something that. Is fundamentally extremely over valued in. Let's say. We we had something I mean like each and back in the day or one of those random holy cats about computer off. Literally, I shall her step on the power button knows. No, she's done it before. But you know, it's everything in the sector is going to perform. Kind of as a whole and a really interesting follow. I don't know if if you follow or not, and you should actually have mine crypto street one day because I be really interested in hearing them is crypto Quant, I think if you've ever seen his. Of all, let's see. I'm looking up right now. Sounds familiar ripta at crypto Q -s crypto quantum mental. And he's got a Quant model that he follows. That. Measures and gauges relative market performance. His his whole spiel is, you know, he wants to look for for things that are going to outperform the market now outperforming the market doesn't always mean. Like, I'm making money. But sometimes it means I'm losing less money than my index. You know, I'm losing less money than the majority of other things. And when everything else is going up, you know, I'm making more money than the average the core of the market. Really interesting follow though, really interesting trading model. He's got some new strategies that are that are pretty cool. And he provides a a jiggle spreadsheet that frequently with his quantum models. So check out, you know, he scores coins and stuff, it's it's really interesting. But he's he's like me. But even more extreme, you know, he's he's always rotating his positions, you know, he'll rotate positions after like thirty percent. But you know, he might be in a ton of shit ton of shit jet. Check him out. It's really interesting, and he's got a good take on on all of this. He's one of the better guys around here. Go to so I I'm pretty sure I follow him already. But. He's gotten more popular recently. All right anything else. I like I said at the beginning. We're going to kind of keep the shorts night. We just wanted to touch on the the marketplace today, and then the the bitcoin cash fiasco so to say so you got anything else you wanna add close with a quick summary. Have a plan, you know, don't predict react. Don't don't. I mean, this is glorified gambling almost especially if you're fucking shit coins. You know, you don't don't invest more than you can Liz you don't wanna put yourself in a bind when to get yourself in a position and. Be careful about what you're buying. I see one of the most fatal mistakes to buy something that's over shield. You know? So if I mean, if you see something that everybody's buzzing about on Twitter to you miss. You miss the the drain so things that people are quiet on and and to add to that is, you know, this is one of my biggest problems, and I still constantly battling myself with this is there's going to be a different thing. That's gonna pump. You know, you can almost guarantee that so fuck, dude. Look coin market Cadman. Yeah. A thousand coins. Why do you have to be in the one that everyone's talking about something else? It'll be that much sweeter. When the one that you actually sit in dice tack than research actually pumps. You're the first person to make the call. So you're the guy that discovered so you know, you you and your friends are holding it. So I mean, whatever, you know, what it's all about. Appreciate you have me on man. It's been a good a little short session. Yeah. Thanks for your insight as always in the support of the show, we greatly. Appreciate everything you do for a so thanks for listening. Stay safe out there member like everything messiah said, especially don't forgot sake. Some put anything on the credit card or don't take out a loan to do this shit. You can you can start low and build you can start small Bill highs. So take care Tipu waitress. Who's for the boys peace out? Everyone takes listen these.

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Want To Give Up? Don't. Choosing OPTIMISM When Entrepreneurship Gets Tough. Become A Paid Speaker with Jess Ekstrom

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Want To Give Up? Don't. Choosing OPTIMISM When Entrepreneurship Gets Tough. Become A Paid Speaker with Jess Ekstrom

"Failure. Will always feel better than regret period because if I just let her get on an elevator and I never tried I would have gone to bed every night thinking what could be the aftermath of a no is never going to be like ruining, but the aftermath of a yes could be life changing. So when you realize that there is life after mistakes, there's this level of confidence that doesn't really leave you after that. My pet entrepreneurs when they tell their stories, they're like Oh yeah. One day had this idea for an avocado slicer and the next day I'm in. COSCO ALL. Look I came here on my yacht for this podcast and you're like three. Do you ever feel like sometimes you just want to jump off this roller coaster of entrepreneurship and become a dolphin trainer at seaworld. Yeah Okay your meets me too. Yeah. listen entrepreneurship can suck sometimes I'm just GONNA. Keep it real. Okay it is not easy but before we throw in the towel in quit, let's listen to today's conversation with my friend. Jess. Jess is the author of chasing the bright side and she's the founder and CEO of headbands of hope. Now, here's the really cool thing about headbands of. Not only are there headbands adorable and you've seen me rock them on almost all of my stories. But for every headband that you purchase a headman is given to a child with cancer. So next time you want to go to target to get a headband get one from headbands of hope because every single headband that we purchase goes to a child with cancer I, love this company I, Love the heart I love the mission and justice truly a girl after my own heart because she's gritty, she's persistent. She's bold. She's denise. She really embodies ready as ally and taking a messy action and Funny Story Justin. I both paid people in the currency of food in the beginning of our careers because we were. So broke, she paid for her first website in Chipotle Burritos and I paid for my Dj for my very first event in Chicago Deep Dish Pizza, which is delicious and honestly is worth more than money. You know what I'm saying Sell Xavier say you have to get creative when you're broke and I love that jazz and I both used food to make our first investments. So let's dive into this conversation with Jess. I know you're GonNa, love it, and get such beautiful reminder that when you're persistent anything is possible. If you are super inspired right now to start your online business and you're like an give me all of the tools give me all of the secrets I have one for you. That is going to be really really helpful. If you're wanting to launch your course, your Website Your coaching program, I have the perfect platform for you. I've been using this platform myself for over three years. Yeah. You guys. This is literally the only program. 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Business Hashtag radio. Oh my gosh as finding another reason to love chipotle. But my name is Jess. I'm the founder of a company called headbands of hope and every head being sold we donate one to a child with cancer I started my company when I was a junior in college I had no clue what I was doing. I was interning for make wish and I see a lot of kids lose their hair to chemotherapy and they'd be offer like a wig or hat win a lot of the weren't really concerned with covering up their heads. They just wanted something to feel good about themselves, and so has this great way for them to boost their self confidence and just feel like a kid again. So I started headbands of hope my junior year for every headband sold we donate one child with cancer Tom Shoes had just been to my school and lake. The founder talked about this one for one model that he created that he wanted other companies to replicate and do like business for good it like cool. I'll just be the next time she was like, no big deal. So started having as a pope I was communication student had no business experience APP hall so i. Just look at what I had being at a university. I went to the business school in any professor that was smiling in their photo asked them for like fifteen minutes of their time I'm like, okay. What are taxes like what am I doing here and slowly I got my business plan together that way, and then I needed a logo for headbands of hope. So whenever the graphic design school and I wasn't aimed graphic design, I asked a teacher and I was like you know what would be this great idea for your class if? Every student in the class created me a logo and I picked the best one and that was how I got my first logo for headbands of hope. But the story that you love is when I needed my website to be built, I had again no clue where to even begin and so I met with his computer design student every day for lunch for her to teach me like Photoshop and chop fi I paid her in does so I'd like to say that headbands of hope was burrito strapped in term I am currently patent-pending. Love this because it is. So the epitome of ready as ally you are like. Ready ally let's go. You didn't have all of the answers, but you knew that you have grit and tenacity and courage to say I'm just GonNa Start Messy and you really creative too because it takes creativity encouraged creativity to say, okay. How could I get a low? If I really needed one and I was broke how would I get a website down if I really needed To and I'm broke and that is that's what makes a true entrepreneur is someone who says you know what? I'm going to figure this out absolutely and I think that one of the differences between entrepreneurs who figure it out and the ones that don't is this rooted belief that what they're doing is GonNa make better you believe in this product or whatever it is that you're selling. So much that you know that it would be a disservice, not sell it, and so you kind of are able to push through the darker times the Messi -ness of the beginning because you know that the result is worth it and that's how I felt with headbands of hope was I was like, yes I'm messing up left and right? Yes my first customer was my mom and It was like crickets for like three months but I know that this is going to help kids with cancer and so I'm just GonNa keep going and I'm just going to figure it out but it definitely was not fire right out of the gate might pet peeves with entrepreneurs when they tell their stories they're like, Oh yeah. One day had this idea you know for an hour And the next day. I'M IN COSCO ALL. Like came here on my yacht for this podcast and you're like great know. that. Oh. Sorry. Old ought to buy yacht podcasts thought of the idea six months ago I. It doesn't happen too many of us but here we are literally I was talking to some entrepreneur wins and I was like what's been your biggest challenge and they were like you know sales are just so much that I just can't keep inventory in stock and I'm like Bowl Shit like please. Spare me with your SOB story like that I can't even deal. So I mean it was it was messy and for a long time I thought that the hurdles and the speed bumps were because of who I was as a person I was like clearly I'm not qualified clearly I shouldn't be doing this. But now I realize that all of those hiccups in speed bumps and things that you experience when you're creating something are just evidence that. You're in it. You know it's like okay that means that I'm in the game and that's what I keep telling myself whenever I reach kind of friction I'm like look I'm in the game rather be playing than watching. Yeah. Tell us about another ready as ally moment when you had to bootstrap it was massey it wasn't sexy but you made it work because the woman listening is in that position she starting the company, she's a small business owner. She's a coach and she's wondering, should I give up like it's many year or two? This isn't fulltime yet where is this really all going and I think that you have such beautiful message around just not giving up I remember I was really thinking that I wanted to get headbands of hope into stores they went to this trade show for stores come around and like they pick their products for the coming seasons in there's anywhere from like Mom and pop boutiques till norge trump's will come to this show. So I remember being at this show and one of the things that I learned was that you have these catalogs that you give to buyers of your product line and I was like well I don't want to print a catalog to make flash drives with my logo on them with catalog in there with a video about me and this company, and I'll just out flash drives and. I was standing at show hadn't played a single order like I was really getting down myself and I saw this woman walked by and she had ulta store name tag on I was like Holy Crap Bats Ulta buyer and she didn't even look at like she just kept walking and I was like had this moment where my feet were like cemented to the ground but my heart was like just go for like what like what you have? To lose there's literally like nowhere to go but up and so I chased her down she was about to get on the elevator and I was like look you know I know that you don't have a lot of time she wanted nothing to do with me I said I I, started this headband company I. Think it'd be great for Alta people wear headbands when they're putting on makeup like this is what we do. This is our cause. Headbands of hope I could tell it was like losing her and she was kind of her body language was like security but then I was just take this flash drive. It has everything on it and get back to me and the moment I said like I had a flash drive her whole demeanor changed she turned around she's like you're catalogs on this an granted. This was like six years ago maybe flash drives for like a big deal. But and I said Yeah House like it's all along here and she was like that's a great idea like I love the you know innovativeness of this house like great cool like I don't sell flash drives so have bands but I gave her the flash drive and that was like my one thing that I was doing different than I felt like everyone else and then four years later we launched an all thousand Alta locations so it wasn't quick. But I think about that moment a lot because sometimes we get in our head Abou, like this cost benefit analysis of going for in the moment and that moment right there taught me that failure will always feel better than regret period because if I had just let her get on an elevator and I, never tried I would have gone to bed every night. Thinking what could be the aftermath of a? No is never going to be life ruining, but the aftermath of yes could be life changing until you might as well shoot your shot. You know you might as well make the ask when those are your odds. So that was how we got into oldest at the same pace of the Olympics but nevertheless we made. You have some lady balls. That's why like Yale you've got lady balls because. We. All have those moments where that person is literally right in front of us or we have the opportunity to go say hi to that person networking events and our feet are glued to the ground. But our heart is like go do it goes to the person your own society. Like. And I've had those moments where like it didn't work out like nothing came from it. Those aren't really scars. I don't even really think about them. You just keep going and so when you realize that there is life after mistakes, there's this level of confidence that doesn't really leave you after that I, came out with chasing the bright side because I felt like I was the entrepreneur that was gonna get busted for knowing what I was doing. I thought that like one day someone was going to be like she's a fraud, pull back the curtain and like halfway dress like something like that. It wasn't until I started talking to other entrepreneurs people who had chased something that they're proud of that I realized that like they all feel that way and they all had those like Ulta moments where their feet felt like cement ground or they've all had these like royal screw up site could have been the end but the one thing that they all had in common was that they believed the thing that. They were doing meant something you know that the world needed it that it was a gift it wasn't a product it wasn't a service it was something that was going to make the world better and that was the token to their resilience. So chasing the bright side, I, I wanted to normalize the ABC's this messy middle that we go through to bring our ideas to reality. But I also wanted to show that we can spend all the time we can read so many books articles, whatever it is about how to be more creative, how to be more resilient. Ambitious but the one thing that we need to be is optimistic because when we truly believe that what we're doing is going to make the world better than all of those other traits happen like I. Don't consciously think about being creative or being innovative or being resilient. It's because as I have a belief in the end result that I can do all those things and so that's what optimism is all about. It's not a mood it's strategy you guys. have to read this book. It's so good. I read it on a plane ride and I felt like you were my bff and we hadn't met yet. I was like, oh. My Gosh, this is me. I've never been the smartest I'm not Super Techie I'm not all of these things that people would think you need to have or be to be successful but man, I, always win the optimism award I'm like don't worry guys were going to get through. It I think especially now it's so important when the world literally feels like literally feels like it's ending who's going to be the people that bring it out because it's not going to be the people that think that it's done because then they're not going to do anything you know because they think that the world has done like so it has to be the optimists. Yeah I believe it's a superpower you know and I know some people say there's this thing I just found out which I love hear your thoughts on this. It's called toxic positively. I'm like guys. Hold on. This is the last thing we need to shit on in the world because God forbid, there's people out there helping people to be more optimistic and happy. Oh GEICO, there is no no. Is. Dob I just think that's so silly but I believe that have this unwavering optimism or you see the bright side as your says. Not Lose because there's always option and man we could lose a ton of money and business and I'm like it's OK guys. We're going to find it again or we're going to make back don't worry and people think I'm crazy my team everything's crazy and I'm like you know what I've choices I'm either going to positive or I'm going to sit and cry about it. So right, what do you want me to do call it toxic positively I. don't care I think it's the only way to get through this crazy game called life exactly and I think that the misconception with optimism. It is about being happy all the time but happiness and positivity and optimism I think are completely different things in my opinion. Yes. In order to be optimistic, we have to be willing and open to see the shitty parts of life and headbands of hope started because I saw something that was really tough. I was being sleeping beauty for make wish for this girl who her wish was to go to. World to meet sleeping beauty and she was too sick to go. So I ended up going to her house dressed as sleeping uni and tried to make her wish come true and it was like one of the toughest things emotionally that I've ever done and it was that moment that was like this before and after a moment for me in my life to be that close to something that was so. Meaningful and she was wearing a headband that day and that was really what got those wheels turning oftentimes we forget that hard times actually give us the choice where they can be the excuse as to why we do less or they can be the reason as to why we d more when you think about everything that's going on right now like the black lives matter movement were you know even like? Progress in Corona Virus Vaccines Right now, all of those things began because something was bad. Those tough times can be breeding grounds for innovation and solutions in. So optimism isn't about being happy. It's about sitting and absorbing the tough times in thinking like, what can I do to help you know how can I make the future better though it gets a bad rap sometimes, I'm like I'm here to defend it. Yeah I'm like guys. It's not toxic positively know what this means is you're willing to see the dark side the light side you're you're willing to to to feel the heaviness and the shitty parts of it, and let's say for example, you guys lost a ton of money from for your company. It's not you saying, Oh, that didn't happen. No, it's real it happened. But how can we move forward now? That's. Optimism is saying you know what I am still obsessed and focused on the goal and our vision and our why and we can acknowledge crap that's happening in the company or ABC and being crazy happened in the business. But when you sit and you drown in it, it means that you decide to put the energy towards where are we going? We're going exactly and optimism means you're moving and and you're not. Like sitting in the same ramping stagnant. So this season of life that we're in a lot of my income and a lot of my time is spent from public speaking. You know I speak around fifty times a year, and that's that's how I make my living like I draw small salary from headlines Pope but it's speaking that's really what my bread and butter is in that came to a screeching halt in. March, I had this moment where I didn't panic but I thought, okay. What is this now like making room for and I had this idea that I'd been sitting on for like two years and it's this guided online journaling service for creative entrepreneurs where every day you get a prompt that helps you work on your ideas. Help you bring like these things that are sitting in your head to life helps you organize. It's called bright pages and so this year we built it and I like never would have done that had I not had this pause in my speaking career and I talked to some other speakers in. They're just like trying to ride out the storm and there's like, when is you know the season GonNa pass like optimism gives you the opportunity to absorb the landscape that you're in and then forge the trail that you want to go instead of like waiting for the storm to pass. It's like you wrote a book on this or something. I'm not naturally. I think sometimes curious if this is if you're the same way, my husband was saying the other day because I was being really negative about something the other day and he was like you should read this good book called chasing the bright side like okay. Let's not do that right now but I was telling him I was like you know some of the content that. I create and the things that I write about are things that I actually have to think about doing and that's why I write about them because it didn't come natural to me like the things that come natural to me. I don't really think about it's the things that after work on is what I like to teach. Yeah. Yeah. We teach what we need to learn ourselves. A lot of times we do. So I'm with you on that. Real quick before just chats with us about become paid speaker and how to gain confidence as a speaker. I WANNA fill you in on two of my favorite hacks to fighting brain fog. You ask me all the time and what products do you love for getting rid of Scroll? Brain Syndrome and getting focused. Oh my friend I have the answers for you because I've been dealing with add since I was a little girl so I am basically a Guinea pig when it comes to testing all supplements that help with focus and productivity, and you know if you watch my ID stories that I geek out on the tropics, an big is essentially a natural brain booster. So here, my to absolute favorite intro picks that you've got to try dude I've tried over one hundred zero picks. Okay. These work I actually took both of these before I started recording this and I'm feeling good I'm feeling very good. Okay. Number one is be liquor brain fuel I've been. 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Kryptonite they they I had three the other day and I was in the zone I was in the Matrix as so they figured out how to put brain Busey nutro picks inside of delicious sugar free chocolate. So check these out at beekeepers, naturals, dot com slash Angie Lee, and Nirvana Dot Com. Oh baby your brain is GonNa love you. All right. Let's dive back in. Speaking was like just for these experts, people that had this theory and they went to some crazy school and spoke at banquets and all these important events I'm so wrong about that. I realized when I started showing up as a speaker being completely myself being completely who I am quirks and all that was when I started to get more gigs was when I started to show up totally as myself including the stories that I share. So I, thought I was like, okay as a speaker I need to prove myself i. Need to prove my credibility. So I'm talking about things like Oh when I was on the today show and Buffalo Blah like no one gives a shit can learn more about the time when I wired money to a fraudulent manufacturer that ran with it than they did about the time that I was on the today show and so I started crafting my messages and my talks around the things that I feel like we're most transformative in my life and usually those are your mess ups in here failures not your successes. And so I started to speak more and more, and I, fell in love with it because one it's a great way to reach your audience impact people but to the path to income is so quick. My first GIG was for a slice of pizza. But my second GIG was for twenty two hundred dollars and you want a lot of shit for food Oh. My God I. For you don't want that to get out but. You're saying. Does and I'm there. Your website. You've AIDS I wanted to your website which police Britos. Pizza I see a Phoenix carries a lot of power in my. mind. Honestly. Someone was like, Edgy. I'll give you a lifetime supply of peanut butter to speak I'd be like, okay I'll do it. Yes. Sold I started to speak more and more one of the things that I realized as I was speaking with like there are not a lot of women speakers out here especially as you get into like business conferences and things of that nature and so I started you more research and it is like. Women are twenty five percent of the speaking industry and they're over two million speaking opportunities every year and like the perfect storm that's happening right now is that these audiences are totally over this like male Pale on sale speaker and they'll call out like all male sneaker lineups or panels com mantles. So these events are looking like actively looking for female speakers looking high and low in there is not a lot out there and I was talking to my friends who is the speaker coordinator for this huge conference and she was like I want to have more women speakers speak we just don't get a lot of applications and I was like that is crazy I need to. figure out how to do this. So I started an online course in a community called mic drop workshop in it's to help women become professional speakers. So we help you craft your talk and then we help you sell it because a lot of courses and things out there like you know, own the room learn how to be a speaker like what do you want to say? But they don't talk about money like they don't talk about how you can get paid. You know beginning speakers can get paid anywhere from five, hundred, five, thousand dollars just in their first few gigs because what they think is like, what is my hourly rate? Which speaking is not about an hourly rate? It's the value of that one hour talk that you've created, which is all. Of Your Life experiences that have led you to speak for that one hour. So that's what we do in my drop workshop, and now we have a thousand women and the course which has been awesome. How all my Gosh I love this I love this. Okay. Talk to the woman who is terrified of public speaking, but she does want to put herself out there and public speak. First of all people love when you're authentic and just own it like I've been up there before. But like I'm kinda nervous bear with me for a second and people in the audience want to be able to see themselves in a speaker. That's why I think is also important. We not just have more women, speakers, but women of color we need more diversity on stage with that. If someone is up there speaking and they're like a little bit nervous were they you know maybe stumble a little bit like someone in the audience can be like, oh, she's so real like that's. If you're not as perfectly polished speaker. That's great because it bridges the gap between you and the audience, and then I would say like. Speaking is not about like reinventing the wheel a lot of times. We think we have to go up there and say something that no one has thought of before. But a lot of times it's just about reminding something of like what they might already know it might be about. Building confidence or being empowered or problem solving in its using your story to tell that narrative and so that's what speaking is really about it's not about information. It's about transformation. How can your story provide lessons and opportunity for someone in the audience to apply their story? That's what holds a lot of women back because they feel like they have to have Dr beside their name or like this is my book or this is my bestseller. No I started speaking when I think I was negative dollars in my business. You're like, not not even just a few negative negative for sure. Like a great way for not just not just for me to make an income through over the years but also to grow headbands of hope every time you speak whatever it is that you do whatever it is that you sell, it's also an opportunity to share that story like maybe you're not up there giving your pitch, but if you're talking about the origin of how you got started like with. Ready is alive or like Your Book Your Coaching Services or whatever. Like you're going to be ally of the door people that went by it after your sure. Yeah. The big fallacy and speaking is that you have to be perfect and this super expert professional person when in reality my speeches that do best are the ones where I similar to you I use a lot of comedy into what I do. So it's just funny weird. It's it's genuine. Whatever's genuine for you for the woman listening if you're not weird, don't you don't fake being weird. If you are weird weird and be that person because what the audience is attracted to is not the smartest person or the person with the best slide show what we are attracted to as humans is genuineness and we can feel it. We can see it we. Can Sense it in. That's what that's what I'm obsessed with. Right is the woman who I'm like wow she wore when she wanted to wear now what she thought she had to wear and you just rocked it I mean pays me brave I wear gym shoes jeans a crop top and the amount of women that wrote me saying Oh my God you just gave me permission to not wear dress up. I'm like, yeah. I'm up there for two full days. You Think, I'm wearing a dress and heels and that's just not why anyway. So for me to all the set be this fancy girly girl that would be really an authentic. So just be who you are up there and. Prepare a little bit of course but still fully you right totally be yourself and I know that sounds super cheesy. But it's like it's what people are looking for, and then I'll give you guys to more tips that I think would be really helpful and that first one is focused on one talk like a lot of people are like Oh do you give a different talk for each place you go hell no I don't give it A. Different talk each place I go because then I wouldn't be good at it. So I know that I have one talk that have created that I know will hit out of the park in. So when you're trying to build your speaking career focus on the one thing that you want to be known for like, what is it that you want to say build your talk around that because I see a lot of speakers that have their website. Now here, the five to ten different things I can talk about maybe you'll get like some free gigs that way but people who are paying five, ten, fifteen twenty K. for speakers aren't looking for a speaker whose dynamic like they're looking for speaker that conservative up one thing. So don't give them a menu give him the chef special like the one thing that you're young. This is what I do focus on the one thing that you want. To. Say Make that your talk and then the second thing is like I know a lot of time speaking for an hour which is what typical like paid keynotes are seems like Oh hell? No like how would I go up there and speak for an hour like what would I do and so what I like to do and we do this in mic drop workshop is we break it down just sandwiches and other food analogy for you. So you break you're talking to like three to five different sandwiches. So you have your over arching theme of whatever it is that you want to provide the audience that transformation and then one sandwich you have your bread, which is the message or the lesson that you're teaching in the meat is your story, your personal story that you have with that, and then the bread is that message or Lesson again. So you introduce like what it is the era to teach the personal story that like helps you discover it and then hit him with one single tweet a short condensed line after that, they can go tweet or remember, and so feel free to five th those with your talk, and then you can add more or take them out depending on how long are being asked to speak. And it helps a lot with just organizing your thoughts before you get up there. Yeah similar to a course or a podcast episode. The fallacy is that you have to go up there and teach people everything you've ever learned since the moment you were born, let's go in sixty minutes when in reality they've done studies and they've found that the audience member usually only digest one really strong point of yours. So you may as well get up there and hone in on one point because the portable story is oh. My God did you hear just speak and you know optimism got us. APP domestic through the hard times. That's what they're going to remember. They're not going to remember view covered ten to fifteen different huge messages and tried to dive into all of them less is more less is more and similar to a book. I mean to bring you back on to do a whole episode just on book writing. But I I'm grateful that people are telling me this now before it comes out because the advice around less is more speak at a six level like do not make this the. Most. Complicated book ever with every couple ever women will not finish it in an unfinished book is not a recommended books. So I'm actually making it simpler than I thought and I think that's good advice for speakers to ramps -olutely. Like it's actually kind of funny when I spoke at a kindergarten class once was like, what am I going to say to kindergartners? You know like what is it and so I started putting together what I might say the same freaking thing that I say to like. Fortune, five. Hundred. Companies, you know it's a lot of the same principles in. So when you think about like being a ten thousand dollar, fifteen, thousand dollars speaker you thinking your head. Okay. Well, I have to do something that no one else has ever done before I have to have research in this area or whatever it might be in. No like people are paying for the value that you bring through your storytelling like the manner in which you deliver it in the authenticity so the audience can connect with you from. When I look at my drop workshop when women start to see that money coming in is not because of like Oh this change that they made on their website or like this or that it's like 'cause they freaking asked for it a lot of women say, oh. Do you have a speaker budget instead be like what's your speaker budget? So little things like that that just say like this story, this thing that I this is my product you know, and this is what I'm selling in. That alone can do wonders from just going from free to pay. This is so good. This is so good. How can everyone work with you learn more about how to become a paid speaker? How can they dive into this with you? So you can head to MIC DRP WORKSHOP DOT COM, and check it out. Cosso, DM ME ON INSTAGRAM I've learned from you. Angie I'm like come into the DMZ like I never used to do that before But yeah, definitely at just underscore extra on instagram mic drop workshop Dot Com and you can go to chasing the bright side Dot com, find the book and I would love to hear from you. I love that you are l. mic drop workshop dot. com. Yeah. That's How I decided to do the course and I'm sure you can relate to stuff like this is like I have been teaching speaking for awhile like I should make this course and I was like drop workshop that'd be cool I said if the domain is available I'm GonNa do it and it was so. I. Love it and you guys I get probably five DMZ week asking me where my head is from that I'm wearing my stories. So here we go. Ladies Are you ready if you see? Any headband nine ten it is from headbands of hope. Okay. If I get that one more. Oh. My Gosh I, send it to you or something, and then I saw you wear it. I was like, oh, that was sweet. You know she wore it once and gave me a shout out and I was like she wears this free headband more than I wear headbands and I'm so honored. Every single thing love and I get so many supplements like it looks really good on you. They're like, oh shoot that's. I'm like I know had abandoned help. Yeah and we and if you guys are listening and you're on the site, we also have six now. So check out the masks and then my favorite are the tube turbans and so they go as Bamba than they. Also, you can wear them as a mask so they're multi-functional. So check him out. All right guys go give just some love on headbands of hope. DRP Workshop all the things go say hide her on Instagram and if you love this episode, let us know Hag us. We love you chase optimism Did you love this episode? 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"Hope v. Fear" (with Sherent)

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"Hope v. Fear" (with Sherent)

"Hello and welcome to hysteria I'm Erin. Ryan and I'm Melissa, master, Monico. But let's say I have a question. Yes Erin how hard do you think it would be to bribe the World Meteorological Organization into only naming storms after people who annoy me I feel like it's it's it's a fight worth taking up. Okay. Because I was doing some research into this week like what if hurricanes were only named after my enemies and it's not the national hurricane. Center. That names hurricanes the World Meteorological Organization and they have like a list that is strictly controlled and it's on a six year rotation. I just would need to figure out WHO's working there figure out how much I can buy them for. Maybe. It's like. Maybe, it's like FIFA and it's really easy to bribe. Or the Olympics. Okay, let's get to the show. On today's episode reread Cheney Guarantee Harris joined to tackle the following question when he talks like a misogynist and acts like a misogynist prize it. So hard for some people to believe a guy on their own side, politically might be a misogynist. What's stronger hope or fear And which adult trump child is the families least valuable player all this and more right now. Let's get to the news Elissa. It's been another huge week for creeps who think they should be in charge of things. So that's exciting. Several big weeks for creeps in a row but we've got another one. Have you been following this Aaron Coleman? Stuff. I mean how can I not? Yeah okay. So for listeners to have mercifully been spared this story because it's an awful one. Last week, nineteen year, old Aaron. Coleman was declared the winner in his primary to be the Democratic candidate for a seat in the Kansas House of Representatives he won by fourteen votes. He's a progressive but wait coleman it turns out when he was in middle school was a bit of a shit. He told a sixth grade classmate that she was fat and should kill herself and the girl eventually. Did tried to kill herself Another woman says, Coleman got a hold of a nude photo of her that was taken when she was twelve. Now, both of them were twelve at the time. Coleman said that if she didn't send him more, he'd send the photo to all her friends and family she refused and Coleman sent the girls nude photo to everybody she knew when she was asked about his candidacy. For the Kansas House she said, all I know is he's an awful person and he shouldn't be allowed to run for anything. A. Third Girl said that he called her house over and over again to the point that it constituted harassment for months. So you know after this comes out this guy's only nineteen and the usual leftist Bro suspects immediately leapt to his defense saying we can't punish somebody for things. They did when they were twelve because he was a child and Glenn Greenwald of the intercept even interviewed him in the interview was posted with the headline Aaron Coleman, the Nineteen Year Old Kansas progressive who won his primary on his troubled past and promising present hard to believe that Glenn Greenwald Think Misogyny a disqualifying character flaw in a politician, I. AM shocked. So after this came out, you know women raise the alarm saying like look he yeah happened when he was twelve but he was only very recently twelve also the women hadn't had accepted his apology on Sunday he announced he was dropping out on Tuesday he announced he was just kidding he was back in and he blamed the progressive circular firing squad on. His dropping out. Then later that day the intercept the same outlet but published that glowing interview with him the rising star published a piece where they talked ex girlfriend of colds who said he choked and hit her within the last year. The outlet also has screen shots of text messages that are really shocking. I thought I was prepared. I was not there really horrible. So. Great Work Everybody Eliza what do you make of this story and do you think of the people that were defending? Coleman a some kind of rising star learned their lesson to maybe listen to women who have reservations about misogyny. So Aaron this one goes back to the old where there's smoke there's fire. Yeah it's just so depressing because no, no one's learned their lesson. They're really fucking care. They care that they got called out I. Don't know that they care that happened you know I just. He you know like I always talk about how much I love law and order 'cause there's usually some sort of justice will let me tell you. There's a common theme law and order when kids do real fucked up shit when their kids usually they do fucked up shit as adults and that deranged behavior if not addressed follows them and so this was only like seventy years ago and I don't really feel like he's learned any lesson since when he got busted the first time for telling someone to kill themselves here's what psych I'm back in. So No, I don't think anyone's learned anything. Yeah I mean. I just I can't begin to like. Here's something that really drove me nuts about this story when the story first came out that he was a middle school shithead. there were a lot of women who were like look I'm a progressive, but this is a little this kind of sends me some bad signals. I'm getting a bad feeling and it was like a bunch of leftist dudes who I it politically often agree with where like? No, it's fine. It's fine. Leave him alone he was a child he was a child he was a child. It's finally learned his lesson when whatever people do in their children is goes away I guess and you know. I'm really exhausted having I'm really exhausted of trying to convey to people that are extensively politically on my side that reservations that women have should be taken seriously. Like We shouldn't just ignore misogyny and the pursuit of power because in that case. We are. Morally, no better than the people that we are trying to unseat and I it. I don't know I hope that at least some of the intercept people are a little bit chastened by this because this is deeply embarrassing for them. It was like a life comes at you fast thing where it's like, Hey, this guy's look at the look at this rising star wops the rising star is He was eighteen when he did this other stuff so. That's the thing I mean I guess if Like I do think that people can outgrow. Stop I did stupid stuff when I was in middle school and high. School. But like I also, just like didn't decide to run for something when I was nineteen, I did make sure that I had fully evolved before. Anything important I guess. So yeah, maybe I. Don't Know Erin maybe I'm maybe I'm being a fucking Debbie Downer maybe they will learn something maybe they'll be like, fuck. I feel there has been I mean maybe they will be like fuck but because they should be like fuck today because they did fuck up I think. One kind of encouraging sign I've seen is I think that people have gotten a little bit better for the last ten years that I've been working in some form of media they've gotten better at understanding what constitutes a good apology. Like. Franchesca Ramsey has made a video but like what a good apology looks like and and I think people have gotten better at like understanding that in order to make amends, you need to do some work and your apology needs to be accepted. You say you're sorry and then the people that you wronged either accept your apology or don't, and they do they have power over that process and also I think that you know if somebody has a history of. Doing misogynist things or racist or homophobic or Troubling things I think that I think that it's possible for somebody to work past them. If, they have actually done work like restorative work. And it just didn't happen and I. Just I hate how quick some men are to just assume that whatever happened to these women is not as bad in degree as what we would be depriving this man of by not letting him be the Democratic nominee. That is the fucking best way to put it Erin Thad is like in a nutshell that's it. I'm not adding anything else that was it. Okay. Good. Because I want you to add a ton to this next topic we're going to go. You know it's coming We have to talk about the RNC because it happened. My ears are still recovering from Monday's speech by the cocaine twins. Back, all of the weirdness of the speakers aside and the boringness of the procedures side it was a ethical nightmare. Elicit, can you explain all the ways that it? Made you cringe. Okay couple things one this is not an ethical thing. This is just bad judgment. One thing I thought that was really complicated that the DNC executed well was getting voices from around the country into the programming every night and these guys did it to accept they appear to have flown everybody in to Washington DC I mean like I guess the number one. Most Meta thing it. There's nothing about their convention that has addressed cove it or shows that it's still a problem or is modeling good behavior. Okay. That was like my number one bugaboo. But my overarching Tabu. was that they have violated so many ethics rules that like. Let me just say to everyone you hear the Hatch Act talked about on twitter and on TV. and. It's not like some obscure thing. It's like it's literally like say when you go to nursery school and they're like don't bite other kids it's about that basic it's like don't take the. Don't take your position as a public servant as a federal employee and do political witchcraft. When you're doing your job, it's pretty fucking simple and when we got to the White House, we took it so seriously because. Because it's important and I'll never forget that when we were taking a flight on Air Force One. President Obama needed to make political call and we were like wait a minute school who pays for that call if we make it from Air Force One and they were like like the government pays for it and we were like, no no. So we spent a lot of time and effort in. A political phone line into air force, one that the DNC paid for so that political work was never done with the. Public's money. So what? fockers have done is let's just like rewind. Everyone saw the unveiling of the new Rose Garden. I don't know what happened to them. I won't rest until I do. All the cherry trees are gone. Bikini Wax essentially got a Brazilian the Rose Garden got. That's exactly right. It got a Brazilian and it now looks like a like a maze like creepy maze from space. And you watched last night and you're like Oh my God, the trees are gone. And I can't say that they were directly related, but it's hard to say they're not that now that the trees are gone, there's a clear press shot from the residents to the podium in the Rose Garden Malania was utterly unobstructed. Could she have had that dramatic entrance if she hadn't taken away all the trees with government money, she definitely couldn't have and. That was bad. That was bad. But what was worse is the where's Waldo Donald Trump is doing in the White House with all of his vignettes that filming for the Convention. So to clarify for everyone, there are places in the residents where they live that you can do some political activity where President Obama would walk all the way back to the house to make some political phone calls so that he wasn't making them from the Oval Office. If they had filmed some of this from the residents from their home portion of the White House I I maybe I maybe have been like, okay they threaded the needle. Okay okay but they didn't he used. He used everything that you should not. He. The president did a naturalization ceremony with the Secretary Acting of Homeland Security as part of the convention he harden someone these are all official duties and what's really fucking nuts about it. Their official duties that did not appear on his official schedule. So there is no argument to be made that these were done in any sort of official capacity of the president can do them wherever keep pardon someone which like. The guy being pardoned not as a as a as a cameo in the RMC video I mean the whole thing. America, your money was used to execute a mediocre RNC event. If they're gonNA, use my money at least steam the fucking flags properly behind Malania set up a shot that has some depth. Also for everyone watching Mike, Pence is going to be delivering his speech from Fort Mchenry to National Park. It's not allowed and the forklift they brought in fucking knock something over there today. So like what on it's just it's like their crimes are always out in public so I don't know why this is shocking I. Wish my money was not so directly used. For their. Bad judgment and bad taste. Yeah I mean you really set it all from a position of authority. But. There are a couple of things that I that I would like to add one. Why was Maloney addressed like Hitler last night was fucking weird. That was extremely weird. She we all know that she has weird fashion choices and why was she just like Hitler? Czar second of all, you know I. Heard I heard some coverage of the RNC NC and Milania speech and you don't like usual people were like, Oh, it was a speech calling for America to come together Blah Blah Blah Blah look. The first lady. Is, not a good speaker. She's not she's not interesting. She doesn't have any like you know has nothing to do like she's she's not a good speaker. She's not interesting to watch. She seems board while she's talking she seems a little afraid while she's talking and think that it should be okay for people to point that out instead of fawning over it because she's not she's not a good speaker. The speech was like lame ass platitudes I was listening to it last night on the radio and I was imagining seeing it written out. And how I would if somebody had filed that to me as an editor, I would just like crossed out entire paragraphs like it was a bunch of Miss America answers smashed together and it created a total alternate reality of what Donald Trump is. No second thing is I am very worried about Mike Pence's speech tonight. I'm not sure. I can stay awake for that man speaking. For he last night, he did I like couldn't focus on him. It was like looking at a roll of paper towels for five minutes. Okay and another thing Mike Pompeo in ethics violator on social. Essentially like taking a family vacation to to countries where we don't really have any diplomatic business to do. But now he's doing actual diplomatic business and using it to campaign for the president delivering a speech in a tone suggests he vastly overestimates his own charisma he is. Very unfunny charismatic, and he deeply believes that he will one day be the president and I for one thing cannot wait for him to fall flat on his oddly sized neck. And you call him a some because it was like the best thing I've ever heard because that's all he is. He is and you're so right he stood up there this chest puffed out and he's like I'm going to give a foreign policy speech here from Jerusalem with Jerusalem behind me in my personal capacity. It was like you know in in Greece when Danny tries to play basketball and he doesn't yes rules and he just runs down the court and very fucking foolish that was Mike Pompeo's speech was like none of it was landing the way you think it's landings. And again, taxpayer money used to fund his bad performance go yeah he's. The RNC is bad but at least it's not interesting. That's true. It's it is. Deeply Boring and even. The naturalization ceremony, which is a significant moment in these people's lives I've never seen video of a naturalization ceremony that I haven't been moved by until last night donald trump reads like anytime. He's not being cruel he sounds bored and. He just sounded totally bored and just like. I was to. Uninterested to get that angry you know you know what I thought was speaking of board when Donald Trump was watching melania speak. You could see in his head he's like wait a minute the family got a memo every member of the family got memo that said when they speak about me there to say, they love me five hundred times looking directly into the camera and say what a hero and champion I am of all the things I am not hero or champion of and he kept waiting he's like. I'm I know she didn't tell anyone like I have her like in an ironclad prenup or anything but like she was not Phillix Walsh, we were bored. He was anxious. He's like where's my moment and he didn't really get it. Malania could be the biggest star in the whole world if she just used her next live TV appearance to shit on her husband if she wasn't a fucking birther, let's not forget. She's terrible but I'm just saying that a lot of people would forgive a lot from her if she only said what was really undermined. Do you WanNa get to a quick toast and roast before we move on Yeah Yeah okay. I'M GONNA start with a roast while do actually I'm Gonna I'm GonNa Roast this and donated instead to the campaign of somebody. WHO'S GONNA lose their bid for Senate last week. Arizona. Senator. Martha mcsally who has never won did she she was appointed. Section to the Senate and then she was appointed when the other senator from Arizona retired. So she is in the running to lose a Senate seat for a second time real impressive against mark. Kelly? Literal astronaut literal American hero anyway. Martha mcsally is lagging behind Mark Kelly in the polls and last week. He said. We're doing our part to catch up to get our message out but it takes resources so anybody can give I'm not ashamed ask to invest if you give a dollar five dollars if you can fast a meal and give what that would be. So Martha mcsally is asking Arizona's so in Arizona State where food banks are ramping up to be Unable to meet the. Needs of the Population Martha mcsally is asking for people to skip a meal to fund her failing. Senate Campaign Holy Shit Fuck that guy. Marlin Bell. She couldn't believe it. I had to read it so many times. Don't eat give me your money. Give me your money instead of eating a campaign spokesperson responded. This is dumb. Non Story about a candidate making a joke on the stump. Okay. Bitch. If that wasn't. You gotta run that through several more open mics before you put it in your tight five you're. Not Funny and I don't what's the what's the setup? Once what's the punchline explained to me how that is a joke Martha mcsally on and look I don't WanNa I. don't want to neglect the state that I've adopted Wisconsin and I don't wanNA throw shade on Michigan but Arizona is one of the states you can adopt through could media's adopted state and if you adopt Arizona, you, can help Mark Kelly Defeat Martha early and then you can eat a full meal and feel fine with what you've done with your time it was really extraordinary she's just not in the pricing she's the worst she's i. really something real balls there. Yeah. Real real balls go astronaut. Beat this awful person. Okay. Do you have a a toaster? Rosta. I got a quick toast something. I really enjoyed earlier this week. You know it's never a dull day when Katie reporter ASC and Presley get to questioning people mostly because they come so prepared. So earlier this week they got the chance to. Depose, essentially postmaster degeorge Roy at the USPS and my favorite things because you know what it shows that if women just even prepare a little bit, they can topple the dumbest man and he. Katie. Porter's. Stump question that truly stumped him was do you know what a stamp costs? Did Not Know Aaron, he did not know how can you even imagine he didn't know what it costs to send a postcard or I love when she got super tricky a square envelope, the square ones the ones that need extra postage like all. Right, like a birthday card or like a zoning institution or things. And so I- super enjoyed Katie, porter I really also enjoyed ASC who again, so prepared for the moment. But at the very end the very end, she did some real public servant constituency outreach and she asked him if he would please make sure that the wheelchair ramp they had been requesting at the US facility in Jackson, Heights could sort of. Later match under it, and I was like girl you go. So anyway in a world that is the dumpster fire I took genuine joy in in their in their questioning. Yeah. That was a delight to watch but you know it's really frustrating is like. What a look, the only way that he suffers any consequences for likely literally did perjure e like perjured run in. Like the only way anybody suffers any consequences if we get trump out and replaced him with Joe. Biden and then we also get a better senate in A. Right, and I'd also like to be postmaster general. I think I'd do a really good job I. think you'd think you'd fix a lot of stuff I think I was you. Okay. Let's. Let's take a quick break when we come back personal political. Hysteria is brought to you by talk space change is always a constant, but these days feels like there's something new to grapple with every day we may be adjusting to this new normal, but it's still stressful and it's important to talk about it and seek support talks. 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To fake to you make it like Hike a lot and sometimes I see people out there that you can always tell how much time somebody's spends outside by how much like gear they have people that spend the least amount of time have like a camelback on a two mile hike. Need. Like I started I think like the first time we did this back five twelve years ago when all the started I, go walk around. Wrap around my neighborhood like Fanny Pack Extra Barry My phone in case I, got like stranded. Like arouse the street and for always afraid I was GONNA run out of water like what if I get dehydrated in forty five minutes? I'll take me to do this hour this two and a half mile walk it was. I mean, bless my bless my spirit. You know what dehydration is no joke though you do have to be. And I think anonymous people talk about that keep your cells. Okay your cell, the plot. You'll be able to pump it up those hills as very. That's a writer who said that. I also want to I want to introduce everybody to a special guest joining our panel. Today is a two spirit member of the Narragansett tribe of Rhode Island she is a competitive POW. Wow Dancer and a fierce and outspoken advocate for indigenous and lgbtq rights. Please welcome guarantee Harris. Ask requests unanmous everyone. Hi thanks for having me on. Can you repeat that greeting because it sounded awesome Oscar. We lost on US So that's Basically. Hello in our language it's kind of way cooler though because. It comes from our word for light. Like the light of day we cry and so it's actually almost communicating like recognizing the light within the people that you're talking to similar to anonymous day kind of thing. That's awesome. We're so happy to have you. Can you talk a little bit before we get started about competitive power dancing? So the outfits that I wear on my instagram, we usually call those regalia. Because Regalia our special clothing that we wear for these special occasions, and pow-wows are normally open to the public today. So I encourage everyone anyone if they haven't been to a POW to attend. One. It is one of the easiest ways to. Become exposed to indigenous culture that is still going on in the Modern Day and. We welcome people to come and learn about our culture through powwows so. Traditionally The against that people had thirteen celebrations like Thanksgiving's throughout the year everyone knows about the first Thanksgiving but our people had been having these festivals in celebrations giving thanks for different harvests throughout the year so. In the moon that I was born in June is our strawberry moon and we have a strawberry thanksgiving. And in August we have our green corn. Thanksgiving. And so in our language, PA was our medicine people and those medicine people were very important at our celebrations and today. The word Powell has become synonymous with these intertribal celebrations today where native people from across the country gathered together to feast in Dance and get back together with one another So dance is a huge part of these things and as time has gone on and things have become more and more flashier competition has been added into the mix to make things more exciting So yeah, I absolutely recommend to everyone in anyone to come see the competition dancing at these powwows. You know that sounds like so much fun. And it also kind of brings me to the topic that I wanted to talk about with the four of us today because it seems like there's something really hopeful about going outside of yourself and experiencing another culture and reminding yourself that the things that are going on in your life aren't going on every single place but in a time when it seems like the things that are going wrong in our individual lives are also the things that are going wrong. Everywhere, like you know having the president that we have the pandemic, for example. How do we find ways to be hopeful? How do we find ways to find hope or brightness and you know especially in another week where an unarmed black man was shot by police it's really sometimes hard to see hopefulness and and happiness and rear you I know that when we started batting this topic around you Kinda came back saying that you weren't feeling. All Sunshine and rainbows. So I mean, do you think hope is important to move past door to move pass stuff like this or do you think that we need something else? I. Want, to believe that you know hope is intrinsic in our human experience and you have to. You have to hold space in it and really protected because it can be so corroded by the things around you and you know I'm I am that generation where the first person I got to vote into office told me to believe in something when I was nineteen years old I really like worked really hard to do that. I'm older. Now it's gotten much more difficult but I since I sent that email from a very dark place I have been thinking about it. And the thing I think that makes me punchy about it. It makes me annoyed about it is because. Folk who are in marginalized groups who know the reality of how their rights in their lives mu taken away? have no option, but to, be hopeful. Like there, I have to be hopeful to live my life. And because if I don't have it somewhere in here, then I am. Letting, go I right to live in for the babies in my life that have their futures, and for my communities into the people I love to be seen as equals in the. Mvp the, majestic things that they are. And sometimes I think I'm afraid I'm faced with the question of Lake doing hope or how do we use it? I think my logical brain gets very like itchy because it's like I don't understand why have to hope because my. My right to be here isn't like a hopeful thing. It's I. Deserve to be here. Which I guess is hopeful but I don't think of it is because I've never for one second thought I didn't deserve live I. Deserve. So if you think about that it that way we all have to be hopeful to continue to keep moving forward to take one step forward. So ease lake somewhere in our genetic DNA. That's the Nice version over the other side I've been like I don't know what the fuck is going on, but I'm GONNA stick to the first part because it's a win that we still allow. A lot can happen. Sharon. I wonder how hope has played in your life because you're a boundary breaker, you're somebody that faced adversity as you were kind of expanding people's concept of who could dance what dances and talk a little bit about the role of hope in your life, and where are you getting hoped from now? I mean they they say that hope is the expectation is the cause of all misery. And I think. that. That absolutely is true. But that misery isn't something that. We should I. Don't know feel like we need to keep distance from but actually. Choosing to push through a kind of struggle. In holding on to hope amidst all of that Is really important if you ever want those hopes to come to fruition. So when I? came out to spirit. Rich for anyone that doesn't know to spirit is a modern day term that. basically expresses the collective ideas of. Indigenous People our traditional values relating to lgbt people the idea being that. LGBT people. exists to with the spirit of both a man and a woman, and somewhere in between and. So after coming out of the closet. I decided that I wanted to dance. The fancy shawl dance, which is a women's dance it was created during the women's rights, movement and. Really. Shook things up within the powwow circuit and to me, it's always been seen as a dance of liberation. When I, I told my mother that I wanted to dance this dance. She told me now. And she said that I Probably couldn't dance fancy shawl. because. People were not going to be accepting of. Me Doing this dance because of course, today within indigenous communities colonization hundreds of years of forced assimilation have a lot of homophobia and transphobia in what once was very accepting communities So, hope is a prerequisite to Existence today as a spirit fancy shawl dancer And yet I had to. Go in knowing that. My hopes probably wouldn't manifest instantly in that it would be a long tumultuous journey. And what gives you hope now, I mean given everything that's going on what are you hopeful for and about? I'm hopeful. that. Our people will become more visible each coming day. I feel like the things that bring me the most hope our little things being able to here the names of my siblings in our traditional language ran for a long time that wasn't even a possibility to. have the outside world call you by. Words in our language. So. Every day. Going out and? Having the world cmih. Those kinds of things are, what makes me hopeful because? Awareness is the first step to creating any kind of change with all of the issues that indigenous people and black people and Brown people are facing today. They. All a fundamental level. Go back to the fact that people outside of our communities can't see us and they don't recognize the problems that are going on to be able to change anything in the first place. Lissa. We're talking about hope and I think. That since you worked for, you know the president who ran on hope. I was wondering how your relationship with hope has evolved since you left the White House. Shit Will tell you this even. I am like so pure of Heart in. So many ways may be naive would be a better word but even when we were on the campaign in two, thousand, seven, two, thousand, eight when people would say racist or bad things about Barack Obama I was like I'd get so fucking upset and wounded like I couldn't believe this was the world we lived in said the middle aged white woman from upstate New York and. Stan Pfeiffer God bless he diagnosed. What we call my personality disorder, which is that I am continually disappointed by people who will only disappoint me and when Dan pointed that out that that is fund my fundamental character flaw. It helped me understand how to deal with life. Better in some ways So when you know fucking. Milan has been on television. She's one of the original birth irs. Were going through this in the White House talking about whether or not to release Brock Obama's birth certificate. I cried I mean I was like, no, we're not doing this. We're not going to give into people and their like Eliza just. It needs to go away just like dial literally they borderline called me hysterical but they didn't they stop themselves. So what I have tried to do over the years is find hope in the things that I can control right? Like that's kind of the only way to not become totally hopeless and so you know for me. I have taken the energy that I would otherwise vote to a fulltime job which I haven't had since trump beginning of covid. And how can I do things for myself? Right. If we can only rely on ourselves like how can I make myself more self reliant and so I have I've spent the last couple of months. Teaching myself things that I never thought I knew and I'm going to tell you the other day when the guy with all the machinery came over and was fixing something that I couldn't possibly fix myself with A. Big Combine type machine I said Hey. Oscar. Top of that pine tree is that a weevil leader? Brain exploded I diagnosed a tree disease. I did a lot of research I, didn't have to pay someone to come with me. and. was impressed and like I was like fuck see not all hope is lost I can still do things and so I think that my hope is teaching myself how to do new things like it takes a lot more effort than you think it would old dog new tricks but you know every day I, give myself a giggle. It's like we're all alone I mean I'm still not that my husband's not here I love him very much. But like we have to spend time by ourselves or we'll go crazy and so a lot of times I give myself a giggle out in the yard by myself where I'm like ten learns again motherfucker. So. That's what I do. Because, I can't Donald. I can't let donald trump the garbage of the RNC. I can't let it define a what is hopeful and all you have to do is turn on the television for thousand reasons to think everything's garbage. So I find my hope in my garden that endured a ten week drought and I kept alive. I I love that you are Dr Quinn Sri Medicine. Says so great and I think there is there is something very true about trying to figure out things you control, try to figure out things that lake you can feel. Like you're doing something for yourself for your community. I mean not to be a Debbie Downer but the pro-, the problem I'm having right now please talking out of it is that I don't all of the things that can get me are not in my control So it's like. There is this virus that no one is caring about the Brown and black bodies that are dying quicker. It's the fact that this man walked away was shot in the back seven times. It's the fact that the man, the vigilante militant last night killed two people at being told by the cops your we appreciate you. So I'm having when I look outwards and I know. You have to measure how much you look out and how much you look in. A it's so hard. It's so so hard and I and I realized how blessed I am to be able to light try to focus on what I can do for myself in lake find the hoping those things in watch smash that just dropped on Amazon, prime because it's one of the best things has ever happened to me. But. I have I have a lot of people are having hard time figuring out how to look at this country in this world right now with a hope bowl. Actively hopeful not like this is just we have to have hope to keep going otherwise it is just GonNa burn down the light to act to be active in the way we eat. Show hope or like embrace it You know I was thinking about that too like how much of my hope depends on other people modeling hope for me and how much do I put it upon myself to model hope for other people and at what point does that like modeling hope become distance disingenuous or destructive to me like. Sharon tate. There's like six kids in the House with you and so I'm I'm sure they look to you look up to you and people outside of your house, look up to you and look to you do ever feel like sometimes you are modeling. Hope that deep down inside you're a little bit conflicted about or like you're you're projecting hopefulness about the future and about positive change when really you're not quite sure deep down inside whether or not things are going to go the way that you want them to go. Absolutely I think that It's Actually, Ben. The people that I might have been a model to that have. Intern like mirrored that hopefulness back to me so. Simply the fact that I've had people from all across. Turtle Island. Young. Queer two spirit people. Message. ME. and. Show me them making. A new regalia so that they can dance in a style that actually speaks to them as a two spirit person and there was a period where I was feeling very, very low end. Week like I. It wasn't even worth it to keep dancing anymore because of how much backlash was facing from people. And it was actually. Reaching backout improving the wrong That I. Mean, this hope is like. a synergistic thing and I think what you guys have raised is really interesting because. You know. We usually do find our hope by like looking to others or I loved you talking about looking to things that we can control because it almost reminded me of Lake. Inactive decolonization in a way because I mean, what is the big? A Threat that. People that are trying to decolonize are facing. It's it's this big machine of colonialism and. You know. The machine is. Coercion it's that which Hide, slavery from us in pushes it far away where we can't see it. The Labor is still they are instill is probably much greater but it's just. Far, away from us. So we don't see how are closed are made or All of these different things and. In focusing your attention on what can immediately be felt. And what you can do yourself I just think it's an incredibly beautiful and healthy thing to move us. Away from this kind of. dependence on these colonial systems that aren't really serving us the way we want them to putting are hoping that is almost destructive. It's it's like I said like expectation leading to misery. I doubt that we will see anytime soon. Those Systems being reshaped the way that we want them q talk a little bit more about like the role of like what do you mean by like decolonizing? You talk a little bit more about that because it seems like a really interesting topic. Yeah. So I think decolonization is. What really brings me hoping I. Mean Like I said Speaking our language is inactive decolonization, but decolonisation. At a fundamental level is feeling again, one way that you could think of colonization is. Almost, the this. Very, cerebral. Categorize ation of things into ever smaller boxes but never really identifying. Things really are and. I guess. When I think about it on a level of gender and these kinds of things today when we think about like two spirits. A to spirit person can be y our Western world would call a gay man, but a to spirit can also be. Our Western World would call a Trans Woman and I feel like often times these hyper levels of categorization. A. Just a very different way of thinking and living, and in a way it takes you away from. Really engaging on a a a human kind of level and not just based completely off of. I don't know. Thought End Rob. What's deemed rational thought. So. When indigenous people talk about decolonization a lot of times it's. Bringing. Our traditional worldviews back to life in the face of what is the dominant Western. Society. So in other words you know as they would say at the chaos now I'm just getting. The the are i. mean you know the Republican convention I think is a real hope Zapper especially because you're just seeing a bunch of people on stage just making shit up yelling yelling weird shit. Re You texted me about the convention Have you has it been something that's taken. Hope away from you has the like rigid adherence to their version of reality. kind of major say uncle and give up on watching yet or like where are you at with the NC I. I wasn't going there for for dictionaries and encyclopedias. Made. Here not my source of The will of what this country can be for me. Personally, I don't know I like to bleed people's humanity is worth something. It was I mean, I watched it 'cause we were doing this. Let's be on. I was not here to speak to the new lovely people on your headphones. I would see in a subway, but we're not. I probably would've engage with it because. You know it's it's either me sitting there shaking my head just cackling because you like homegirl can really was losing it more. or or I'm the smug coastal lead who on Monday night was like, Oh, you only get one stage. Okay. Onto so bad. But. I'm not that doesn't change who I like how I look at myself. You know or how I like think of my words. It's Yes. It's frustrating to see Daniel Cameron there in LA. When so all some people keep asking what's happening with the justice for beyond Taylor and he is standing up there saying that he shows the diversity of opinion for black. America. Wasn't great for me because. You're you're full of shit you know you like. You. Stand up there on the stage that is built on a hatred and the spreading of lies about the possibility that. Are. Our people other people have. You're saying you speak for the Black Population I. Like that could've tips me over. But as I mentioned, I've been watching smash. It's you know. So you take between the you might have tweeted like obviously, you don't have any black friends because they let you walk out on stage looking at she. And it's like an or were you did you put an? Like silt of Whiteface on to make them, feel you are on their side I could have said that I kept to myself. So it's you know I'm not going to get frustrated by it because I will never look at that group of people for Validation or hope because my existence threatens their way of life. So fuck them I mean, and I think part of it is the presence of people who go out there and Speak at the RMC or speak against people having riots or speak in favor of you know women having to kind of like give their vote to their husbands pitch. I think. I know I, know. I was just like every time I think about her I'm like, I just. Catered Debretts. I think part of it is designed to take our hope away like what they want is for people like us to watch and to get discouraged and to get so angry that we're paralyzed and to get so. Furious that we send out, you know a mean tweet about how tiffany trump's veneers are three times too big for her mouth and she doesn't even know how to talk around them but if I was like you try you know I. Yes I just. That's my whole thing is helping tiffany trump. That's my whole thing. But I think Elissa. You've worked in politics for long enough that you've seen elections that are hoped driven elections elections at our fear driven elections, and what do you think this election is, what do you think will under be the? What do you think we'll end up being the most effective way to change leadership. Well one thing I think about watching the RNC and really paying attention to the things that trump says and people who support him is it like we gotta know what we're up against like I'm not GonNa lie I felt so much of what we're hearing now was kind of like gone like eight years of Obama I mean I just saw very different things working inside that White House that left me with such. Thoughts of how much things have changed and so that's. It's true in certain ways and it's not now and I think that four years ago we didn't believe that this was. Real like they were showing us who they were and we were like come on now it is twenty sixteen. It is not possible your this backwards and they were, and so I think that part of this election is they've shown us who they are. This is it. This is those people who took the stage last night. We're not being hyperbolic that fucking asshole who talked about the smell of abortion she is real that is what she thinks and if we want to like try to tell ourselves that that's not the case. that's crazy and people who consistently polling and how. You Know Biden ahead and like working stop just stop like like Hillary was ahead to and she won by three million votes and it doesn't matter because he's our president and so I think that for us I have to see what they're saying because I have to stay mad. Because that's like we have to channel everything we. Into action in the fall and voting in November because this is who they are. This is it. There is nothing fake about what we are seeing at the RNC this week every word that they are saying is what they believe it is what comes out of their hometowns. It is what they're spreading in their communities, and so I personally need to see it to stay vigilant because if I just thought that the world was me identifying disease in my trees, I might get soft and I can't. You gotta stay ready. Ready, you know I think that that was. The biggest things is that you would think that the. I thought that I did not think that the world entirely changed after Barack Obama was president that that racism was gone that everybody was equal in everybody else's is I didn't think that. Genuinely. Didn't think though that some of the stuff that we hear come out of people's mouths out. Loud. was something people would ever feel like they can say out loud ever again and they do and so. Yeah thanks a lot mark Zuckerberg. Vox Guy going great. Yeah. Fuck. That Guy Hardy fuck that Guy last question really stronger hope or fear. Girl. We'll fear is not a factor for you. This for Joe Rogan get him right now on I wanNA say nope is stronger I want to say I really do because isn't that what to say like look at this sweet person like fighting for their right to be who they are like. And I look at my you know my little sister and these Munchkins I have in my life and I need so lake other than by them sequence shoes. I, need to tell them that they matter in that they need to believe that with their chest you know and so that I'm not gonNa cry on this but that makes me. WanNa say it has to be hope so I can't answer that it's fear right? So. Even even sometimes, I think like. Isn't fair often can inspire hope like I. Can I mean this hope even exist without Some kind of fear as well like those things almost in my mind go hand in hand. Let's do that. Do you do you think I mean. So do you think that they're kind of two sides of the same coin or do you think one is more powerful than the other? Absolutely, I mean just going right off of what you said I think without me thinking it through i. I would lean towards their almost two sides of the same coin. I mean. If there isn't something to fear than what is there to hope for. And it's almost like. A. A choice on what you focus on maybe. So while the fear still exists just as much as the hope does. the hope is in a prerequisite as much as the fear is the fear may lead to hope. because I think. Often. The fear can just consume you and there's no hope kind of left. But I think that's a deliberate choice there now as I'm actually talking through it I, guess I'm saying the opposite thing that. Hope is a powerful choice. In, the, face of fear. The air can just consume you. It is a choice to decide to be hopeful. That is beautiful. Okay. We're going to take a quick break, but I can you tell people where they can see you dance and learn more about your work? Absolutely. So First and foremost on people should check out my instagram at Sharon Tay S. H. E. R. E. N. T.. that is probably what I'm most active on but. They can also find my Ted talk where I dance I. If you go onto lgbt, his months twenty nineteen lgbt icons. I am. One of those icons and they can find more information about me and the activism works that I've been doing and I am currently having a book and a documentary in the work so. All of that that's awesome. Sorrento thank you so much again for coming by to hang out with us and we'll take a quick break. This episode of hysteria is brought to you by season two of going through it. A male chimp original podcast hosted by Tracy. Clayton going through it features fourteen notable black women including Josie Duffy Rice Ilhan. Omar we in a way Angela Davis and more discussing pivotal moment when they decided, it was time to make a change and turn things around to check out going through it. 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You can donate and share at www dot go fund me dot com slash S. as in free slash justice for Jacob Place, and we will all this in the show notes as well. Okay. Now, let's get to the rest of the show. Welcome back, re Annalisa are still with me and we've reached the part of the show where we are going to take really strong stances about things that don't matter or maybe even shouldn't matter. It's I feel petty. I'm feeling petty about something this week and I'm just going to get it off my chest. Now I've expressed pettiness about this before but watching the RNC. Watching more cable news than I would care to normally watch I just have to say this. Be Really careful with injectables. Especially, if you are young once people start injecting Shit India cheeks to add volume to your face, you cannot go back. So you end up on this. Awful. Process were gradually your face swells and swells and swells and your eyes get smaller and smaller and smaller, and before you know it, you look like somebody who has gotten stung by a lot of something's I'm talking specifically about. A lot of a lot of people in the trump family I have a I've used both talks before I've used it since I was like thirty three and the reason I started using it because I was on TV and that HD is not great. But Botox is something that is put into your forehead to paralyze you and you don't want you don't want too much because start looking like Nicole Kidman and you need to have bangs to hide the fact that you can't remote shoes lettuce shakeout bell a little bit. They let it settle told her but the point that I'm making is that. When you go to somebody who's GonNa do shit to your face, you have to be really discerning. They're like artists they have to make judgment calls and like I've known people before who've gone to the ask the Titian and been like put this in my face, put this in my face and there s petition has been like, no, you're too young. You don't need it it'll look weird and once you start, you can turn around. I'm just I'm just going to say anybody who is considering any injectables in their face whatsoever should take a look at what's going on at the RNC and if you're under forty, you shouldn't get stuff in your face that because you will end up looking like a trump and that is not a good look. Not Sydney trump was up there looking like a five year old beauty pageant contestant like in one of those really tragic toddlers and Tiaras situation off, and she's like twenty two. It's like you just can't do that. You have to resist the urge to have shit injected into your face, and if you must go to somebody who knows what they're doing and that is. That is what I feel petty about. I, love that I mean I. I. will say that because I watched a live entertainment tonight as a child, I know that between the pilot and the second episode of designing. Women Dixie Carter got a facelift and I. I have held that information into my spirit because I know she was in her mid fifties and that's what she did. That was like you know what girl you've been trying to be like Dixie Carter your whole life. So just like have a plan. So, real. Get your body down on the West Coast pitcher facing east. coast. Funny my inner being is more Delta Burke. The end that's why the reboot would be used for this. I. I mean who doesn't WANNA pick name? No well. I mean honey those peplum skirts height and her have a monologue on network comedy. That's where my time would have been. kind to your lips everybody. Totally. Yeah. Don't put anything in Your Lips. Your mouth people will be able to tell. That's another thing. There's never been I say this with kind. And loving to my heart white ladies there has never been time y'all have gotten steelers that we didn't know. So Keep that in the Kita in the newgen keeping your your Steve Newgen. Yes. Yes. Okay. Elissa what are you feeling petty about this week? Mines trump related to okay. So here's the thing. This is like a personal plea Donald Trump to please please just texture kids that you love them or find them acceptable because like the therapy that we're living through by watching them, cry to you directly into the camera plead with you to understand how much the dear leader you so that you will potentially say something Nice about them in your speech so. Tiffany girl he stole isn't who you are. Okay. He doesn't. He doesn't Eric I love that you tried to be Don Jr. Don Jr. I love that you try to be your pop but like you're all fucked up and I mean I wish you could just keep it to yourselves. So Donald Trump please. Just. Tax them that you know that there your children so that we can stop enduring. Tragedy. Thought of like what is the chain that doesn't have a bunker on like Every do they keep adding a bunker to the chain and they keep saying uncle has dropped off. The. Children were staggered in order of priority I guess and so avant. She common. Ratios night. She went there. Thank. I don't know I only I think she's getting a better night and so they must be better aware. I mean, her booker knows when she should be. Totally, totally her handlers. You know it's it's funny because they are. NCAA is down in ratings significantly over the partly because it's very fucking boring. Very. No. Not No pizzazz nothing nothing interesting but I was thinking you know if Donald trump really wanted to boost ratings, he could have you know one of his alleged secret children gave a speech on. Thursday leading into him I think that would be cool. I. Mean we love a sweeps. Bro You gotTa George. You want attention. You got it. You gotta go for the attention and other thing I wanted to talk about what you guys I feel petty because this is very petty but what was wrong with Don Junior's? Face. That Alina is. and. I think there some I. think he got also fillers I. Think there is like this got tight. So he could move his leads. Yeah. Lid, immobilization we'd happening. I see us I what happened to your face here today And like that's the thing to like. That was the thing to like i. feel like my feminism means that I shouldn't judge other people's choices because the pressure like outside beauty in being in the public is very overwhelming. My issues that I prefer people with tastes level to know what they. Do and also is a sign that you don't have good people on your side. If that's the work you're doing and I don't I, don't want to trust people whose homeys like Yo you can't Blake Bitch? That's not who I need in front of me. Okay. So like MTM no friends people who don't have friends end up on like screaming for Daddy, to text them back. The true it's. Really. True. That's maybe the truest thing I've heard. Since the last very true thing that one of US said ten minutes ago My theory and I think Elissa I. Don't remember if it was you or if it was you re that I was texting about I think it was preparation H. I think don yeah you told me Ma'am rationing. Yes. Okay. 'cause like preparation H. is like a old trick for depot in your eyes. If you're like if you just had a big night, you gotTa do something on camera you put a little like preparation H. too deep off and I think they maybe just like. Rub smeared it on he had. Blake some in. All this so bad and it also is like I'm in. It's so annoying to me because I'm like you didn't know this was coming. Lady. Home. Across the board everyone has gotten their their worked onto their face in the last three days and I this is I have about the Golden Globes is. Always the first Sunday back and like get your shit done before you go away for your holiday vacation. So it settled by the time you're on a red carpet you guys have been talking Jim this RNC convention also DMZ Commission but Y'all been talking about these conventions for months you gotTA, make that appointment in July. That's you anyway. Stupid people schedule well, that makes me angry you know. It makes me planning. Honey health plan. Right prepared for hurricanes and the Golden. Hair canes the RNC and the Golden. Globes vary quite a journey rereading. Want to bring us home with what you're feeling petty about this week I any of offer does. That but. The one I've they're stupid. So the I. Guess I'll do this when see van and being arrested on a boat last week. which low what would've vibe honestly, and I I was feeling upset that he wasn't arrested this week because once again I think that's poor planning. On the flip of the fact that he was telling people that he was quote at sea macy's so mad. You up higher it omit. Dumb. L. Ron Hubbard wanna-be motherfucker like. I've seen the master Okay and you could not get amy Adams and I think we need to be record about that. So that's how I feel but other Hoon Jerry Falwell ruining the bliss of me but. ha. Today Barry also. Clarice. The at sea comment was so funny because you hear a man talk about being at C. You picture like a woman in a window wistfully looking out across passed the lighthouse. For you when you returned, she's got a handkerchief embroidered or whatever, and it's like she died from her twos and her heartbreak in her lighthouse. Now. Do she was at like? She was in midtown show. It. Yeah. Nobody was stopped. Come back. Please I'll cry tears and you can sail home on them because. Nobody. Cares. I mean we we've talked about this a little bit about the I. Due to look like that really like the expectation may have in their head of like women really like waiting and fainting. And there is that like idea like as an adventurer. At less people in my wake. But on my return, a hero's welcome I will receive. Do you own money for the wall from a go fund. Around leave a ball. I mean. This time of unprecedented use of on me. Having the post office arrest him it was fun. It was a fun day for me. I. Got My good go. Can't wait to see what else happens in that story I'm sure the next chapter will be at least as interesting. Okay. Listen really thank you so much for hanging out with me this week. Thanks to Sharon Harris for coming by as well and thanks to you. For listening there will be more historian of Sweden. bannet. Hysteria is a production of crooked, Media Carolina Reston is our producer. Our editor is Sarah Barrett and Kyle. Second is our sound engineer. Thank you, Brian Semel and Duly Beckstrand for production support every week. down. 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Where does Griezmann fit?

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Where does Griezmann fit?

"Hello and welcome to the show. You know we love Thursdays. Don't we say where we get to journey to some of the more takeoff from outposts of European blue grits Krasnodar Manchester United Journey that was You're openly to come a little late Alejandra Marino Shaka hislop. Hey we have the French World Cup winger Frank Leboeuf in midst and Frankish some shiny new digs. Look we start with another French will win a I IV frank and his relationship with Leeann messy another underwhelming display against into are you saying he's not someone who talks a lot neither am I. It's difficult messy replying. We have no problem with reason little by little our relationship is he's growing seem to be though frank own the field. Did IT Champions League Win Against Inter so we have to ask the question AH already this early stages grease a bad fitch at Basle older. What is it seems to be in fact are trying to find the right position for oh for full on two one two two being that first eleven when you know that you can play at front because there is a friend of macey and macey put wants on seem because he's the king of bustle even above the chairman he wants him to play with him? He likes them and you never said that he liked to raise money. Never said that he wants to play with him. He seems to be an issue really and I think he's going to be a real problem really should very soon between the two players because have you don't see you don't see the relationship going better. Even the written it is. I think there is a barrier ship on the field where they don't find each each other where maybe Greece monitoring to make a little bit of efforts but is not enough for MRI the king so he's going to be. It's going to be a problem. That's for sure it is still will. We have to add that provides alley but how'd you see this situation resolving itself and isn't that the question that wants wants to figure out and he's the one that really is going to have to answer it when you consider that he's the one that has to find a place for this player's out on the field. If you you take a look at what unground season has been so far his bay he's best game this year against Betis Yep one thing about that game. You know who's playing Mr Suarez. Put a chance now to matthew wasn't playing and so on punishment had the freedom to be the guy the provider they go score freedom to go here for him to go there underneath behind the back line wherever he wanted to he was popping going into different spaces and that's what he likes to do naturally well guess what wants messy comes back. There's only one player in Barcelona that is ever going to do that so long. MRIs is on the field and that is messy himself so the one who's going to have to adjust is now the other thing that I would say about his performances so far it hasn't held the door to the ad has been injured because what happens when you're the advice out on the field he provides a natural outlet down the left hand side and that would allowing drunk respond to take more of an insight position take they inside space and getting between the lies and half a little bit more freedom but because there he's the one that has to provide the for the team and he is the one that has to throw is service on that left hand side and natural from the left hand side all those things together the tell you one thing message is not going anywhere and he's going to do what he's GonNa do. Graffman is the one that's going to have to sort himself out. It's a conundrum shocker. Isn't it because you think of it like sanches on Jason's Latin tag even the how do you play with four Lino Messy. Can kangaroos men do. I'm not something that only about quite Kellyanne grievement can figure out how to figure out on the park and the trouble is as you said earlier on the agenda it is still very early on in the season. Even more sure it's very early on and Leeann. CNN messy has featured sparingly so far this season so it's been tough for agreement to figure out his rule on the park with Leeann messy there the the trouble is where I find difficulty as in Greece statement and the finishing up seeing it's difficult you know as opposed to as opposed to him acknowledging the fact that it is usually and I'm still trying to figure things out with the park for him to underline his statement with its difficult difficult suggests that he's already starting to feel some of that pressure and uncertain as to as to how fixes it you've mentioned greed players who struggled in this Boston to find that niche more recently Philip Cortina will you be mad says Fabregas who came through the bus when a youth academy and still couldn't find Arrhythmia in the team. This is something that Greenman Hustle House to fix and figure out quickly but here's the thing though it's not like it's sort of price. It's not like he didn't know coming in that this was about Lionel Messi and then everybody else and that people have cater to Lenin Messy and we'll continue to cater to Leeann Messiaen. It's an rightfully so because he is who he is and he has he deserves that sort of respect within the camp and so for me. I it surprising that he he he's. He's thinking well. It's difficult for me to play out here. Where else where are you going to play? Where else was there an option for you to play? Where are you going to play down the middle for new slightest? That's not going to happen so the other option is planning on the left hand side so you might as well just get on with it and understand that this is your role. It took a little while for Neymar to to sort that out himself but eventually once he got the message and he found that niche shack is talking about he became very effective for Rutland and agreement can do the same thing frank. What's your what's your level of confidence? Knowing agreement is due in his ability to to adjust and eventually fit in is a very small player he he will manage to the thing like like I said you know you're GonNa GonNa take time like name will adjust to to to to missy. I think the coach thought maybe that's who are as will start to get tired. Maybe being being all that naturally grysman who play at France but it doesn't seem to be the case in especially when you see the last game the champion so will it will come up because again. He's an intelligent smart guy who knows football who's GonNa find these little space in in the pocket and AH obviously and awfully agrees man's going to fit to describe because he's a fantastic player and is going to be ashamed if because of macy you can't find that pair and makes things work together so awfully it's GonNa work. I guess these problems most this club would love to have on listen. Forget did win during the week against into the still a joint second favorites to win the UEFA Champions League six to one on what the book said wait a little behind Manchester City Alley. How'd you write that Jones winning the Biggie is if you watch them play the first half of that game against Inter? They're nowhere near the top of this list however since this is a game that is displayed into half's then you watch the second half and you say wait a minute yep now. We're cooking with something different but in order to do that there were some changes that had to be made out on the field more significantly than anything else is the fact that when you see that second goal by Louis Sweaters and the run by Leonardo messy change of Pace Biljana method that we haven't seen earlier in the season because he hasn't been healthy if he's healthy and he's recovering and now he's able to do this then Barcelona becomes a different team and then the decision to you for relegated to figure out who plays in midfield there was a big moment in this game when he decided to take our set here we'll get said he was who is a an angular piece of this successor buddies alone many years and to say you know what we're going to trust Franken Doodoo that job and we're going to get a more athleticism inferno Franken a young and said he gets this. Perhaps slowing things down for Barcelona. Is this a long term decision or a short term decision something that again going to have to answer for me for Boston to win this to win the Champions League you have to you have to have Franken as you mean through midfield. Everything has to come through him. I find him to be an incredible player. You have to keep a messy is he. Fit All season long you have to have Suarez your show in the second half against into Milan and somehow figure his rule out because you need all those pods going forward to carry the boot because the back and you show it to the forty five this is not a back four that you would look at and be confident winning a Champions League against the best in European football frank. We saw those odds P. S. G. rated eight to one now to win the championship. Every everything rosy again in Paris Zimbabwe back from injury Neymar on the scoresheet economy getting a month ago was in the Champions League is going to be it's going to be fantastic. Did you see nemo and Bobby at the top you know right now because we didn't see them for the since the beginning of the season so but the two together less last weekend in in the championship and awfully and the name was going to come back after his suspension in oil in the in the in the champion stakes thinks is going to be interesting to see how to read is going to feed his is esteem. I don't see him many species for Caveney to plate so he's going to be. It's going to be tricky. I think maybe the end of his adventure with we spoke about this is going to be interesting to see the various carrying the on with the with the within good results nights. We are in the group stages so we have to be careful. Piracy is always the group's ages but when you have the other term in the next year is it's a different way of going for personal and he's not very successful again again. Lovely pro problems any coach to have to have you ever miss an edition of the show the podcast version available every day can barely say Ahah pulled off to the seven to to walloping enhanced by and this is what they're spurs midfielder Moussa so to say we get tired too quickly. When we play with a midfield diamond jubilee it was October Fest Foot by Northland don't think Soco saying anything and he didn't see with our own? Is that what what do you make of him and she going so public with with this criticism so some of these guys do not. I guess they haven't had media training. I guess they do an odd question. Well you just have no commonsense right as it pertains to your essay question. You don't have to answer it. You can dance around did even if you feel that this is the case what is there to gain for Mussa's so come on and say we get too tired when we play in diamond what somebody's GonNa feel sorry I four u Somebody's GonNa say oh. I'm so sorry that you have to run into midfield. I'm so sorry you have to tackle people. I'm so sorry that you have to get it close to midfield player. Come on man honestly this is we're talking about Champions League and we're talking about playing at home playing against via Munich. We're in this guy is bringing up. We're getting tire. Come on is this further sign Shankar and the beam plenty already that the players and the manager getting further apart yes yes I see that for this reason this as far as I'm concerned the only players in the park who have any right to complain about getting tired because of nineteen minutes are you wing box given what's asked of them in modern day football. If no you complaining about getting tired of formation it points to something and fog far deeper than than just answering a question incorrectly my opinion and given what we've seen from Spoo- so far this season this just visa Mussa's who looking for an excuse to try to explain their poor performances looking for an excuse that somehow absolves him mm-hmm and the rest of the midfield of any kind of responsibility furthermore kind of throws a manager under the bus so which is why answer my question your your question the way that I did. I think it's it's it's alarming to have a player answering the question that Frank. What did you make of what's going on a spur from a farming? The statistics are pretty stop. They've won nine. They lost twenty eight games in all competitions. Why why the exceptional season last season where the their right level? I'm not sure maybe they were playing at one hundred and forty percent. Maybe they were fortunate. Let's say lucky when you see Lucas scoring three goals in the semi final against away from home when you everybody thinks it's it's dead we want something from the Spurs may be the not able to recreate because they were here. It was too much for them and they just came back as human being this season they showed the weaknesses reina what the MHM weaknesses where Eden by a real fortune last season and now you see the conflicts coming up always dot com and from USA Sissoko saying to the Koch. We don't want us to play later because I think we don't like the way you make us play and prominence becomes becomes reality when when in fact you can't answer the questions on the field and last year they were able to do so because they were playing at the maximum because they oughta spirit together and because they were lucky did not anymore in those three statements interesting you'll photon over achievement because guys would look at the starting eleven it is still a fabulous team on on on paper. It is not an argument be made that they'd just been a victim of great by inside on on Tuesday night but also suffering and they've done that before you would say it's just a slow start. If you don't go back to the end of last season on how much of a struggle it was other than Champions League and maybe making the deep running Champions League mass a lot of the issues that we're going to get over chief. Did they overcharged grossly over achieve. You can meet well. I mean even even even the biggest I fan will be like attendance. League final. I look over achieve got fortunate but they took advantage of that good fortune and give them credit for that but clearly there's been issues with this his team since deep deep issues back then that they haven't resolved they did not answer it through the summer and they have an answer yet and early on in the the season for me. It's not only the players is not only puts it. The it's just a whole feeling oh spurs right now seems to be while they go brighton and Walford Nixon the primarily that may be just the remedy that they have all due respect to break known. What extra chime is where we onto your twitter questions Enj- you can see it every day on Youtube Channel while I was a drab affair in the hey gone out with a goalless draw against as Alkmaar the stay just behind Partizan Belgrade and they group Hell standings things in the Europa League get Franken? No you watch is The Hague is the home of the European Court of Human Rights. I believe may be linked to sit it through. It only gonNA Social. Thanks very pleased with the performance and the result. What did you make of it? I think he must be the only one on on on Earth too pleased with that game. I think I played well. I think that they were the best team and we knew the culture of Manchester just thirty nine hundred. I think you have to expect more from you guys. Even if you have a team because you pick them you have talent in the team but you are not change of pace no change of reason no ideas on the field I didn't see anything from Manchester and she said Yes in God getting injured which she's also a very good news but otherwise except the goalkeeper nothing nothing lack optima very very good very talented players in midfield song. I saw thoughts about football. Where didn't see anything from them so I I feel so frustrated when I see friendship imagine for the past years because he's led the Manchester United they used to watch when I was young I used to play against when they were so successful? zero shots on Goal Marino zero zero point zero and only going to social is very pleased off again. Somebody has to get a hold of this people and say only just say that okay. Maybe you'll take the Rissoli wasn't our best performance but we were able to keep it a C. or that is something that we can be proud of and something that we can build up and then move on but don't tell us you're pleased with this. You can't possibly be pleased with it because nobody can replace with you. Watch his game when you just go. What in the world is that and what team is? That's meant to say united imagine the Asset Almar all mark players and fans who say well we drew my to say united. They're going to come out to our stadium. We're excited to watch this team work class. We're going to set your world class team. They show up and they go what this is. This is not a Devante Manson added. It's not even a shadow water was even worse shackled. He did a sham saying pole pocket. It could be out for up to three weeks needs more rest on an ankle injury. He picked up an autopsy. Could well miss the trip to Livable October the twentieth I'll be honest. I'm not sure what to make as united they do have injury consumes and until you pointed out why doesn't sociologist say listener a made wholesale changes and I'm happy for the young players who got the opportunity to play in European football stand us in good standing for the long term but you do not try to Spin Aguirre. GIVE ZERO SHOTS ON AUTO TARGET ONE CORNER KICK into somehow. That's a decent performance. I I'm not sure how away so Iska scar is trying to pull this wool over my zones. You didn't think it could get much worse after that one one tour against us all but I think they managed they they did to deliver cargo was no hostile all better news for them. very comfortable four nil win against standardly age. I drank Frankfurt. We have a witness in group F CIL above the Belgians didn't and the Germans after two games play at one last order of business today. It's an item listening generating a fair amount of control Versi trope Assi Fair amount of controversy. You'll control and should be neither in my opinion in your last two weeks have been your worst power ranking in the history of your power read that's saying that's not how I see them. At all. uh-huh this week surely even the harshest critics you Ali I would agree that this is about to be the Best Paul Rock example percival honorable mentioned goose to West Ham who just okay just have show Granada second spin their last two refills tie against biology lead and a couple of weeks ago but not a Real Madrid ended number nine okay going on in reality. They took some persuade Madrid at Enron go at it. In the League Real Madrid drew whichever's the Madrid one a week Monta top in Italy bud disappointed thousand Champions League. They were quite highlight. They Love Attendance League into interlining disciplined. I receive molecular slap one hundred percent in Italy that's and buzz along along our forth legal. That's a whole lot of spayed and the kid behind theoretical mother anger but just beat into one hundred so told you understand what I'm loving I asked by and loves him back making their way back slowly but surely you continue to climb well and then Lebanon between these two Liverpool drummed another. They did anything wrong well down. There must have done something is just said when you win seven two weeks you get rewarded for it by Munich our top that ladies and Gentlemen Boys Basketball Nelson even even after the last two weeks which I'm going to reach a good until ninth week where he will come out and say that next week one's ever any quibbles quibbles over than the ones we we luminated wally equivalent general concern whatever happened to pse now after they loss around there there oh but that was two weeks ago yeah but he hasn't done enough to wins against wait a minute results two weeks ago Granada they beat Barcelona. You take that into consideration because his Granada ignore in different bar you gotta moving bar yet. You're right about that. He's he's a tough one to please this one. We will both we'll be back with some all intertoto tomorrow. Ahead of the Dhabi de the Italian eventers weekend. Oh Joy could have implications for healthy green. Welcome Texas. Thanks to your questions via twitter line doom and gloom around Manchester United's wonder why and they went to The Hague gloom on a hill point. You didn't just walk into the hey you can get a talking about your diet. Yeah that's doom and gloom. Yes well. We'll get you done is only gonNA show Shawn's Manchester United Worse. The David Moyes is Louis Van House and Josie Marinas version of mentioned rag. La Man told me chuckle a bottle of the uglies. What are we talking about sex? It'd be teams man. That's what it'd be there all right It's easy to pile on isn't it but but are they actually yeah yes. I'm GonNa go with yes you zero shouts. Somebody just kicked up from half life just to get something on the board. Zero shots I would say is that you can make the argument that those other managers. I just had more talent their team right. I assume it's some of it was aging talent but still more talent that they have available well. Now you look at the United and the starting lineup and you just go. You'll say this is everything I can't imagine being a man to say United Fan and watching this team and watching the line of being excited about anybody in particular I mean need you're sorta hanging on and hoping that there is a plan in place and I think that's the biggest concern feels like there is no plan in place. Here's a conundrum for united's. I drive if you're an older united fan. I'm new remember the united and you see this. You don't know what you really don't know how to react if you're a young united rated fan you're looking at your Mama Dada whoever's taking your long like we can bring me to watch it. Why do you give me this team? Yeah I do remember playing against some of those. Yeah I teach frank. Frank Leboeuf is whether as well he was playing against some frank is this version and they actually regressive aggresssive or is it worse than some of those processes post maybe but remember straight after Farag Mois came and and it was the big big drop if I remember you know because it was devastating for the surface Gustav leaving and the straight after the when they were off for so maybe I mean it's a big game between the two all right onto Madison London Jack. I like this question who gets a game. I chose Zil Christian Pulisic boom north London West London to to bench warmers sometimes not even on the bench both of them at the moment. It was a different career Ozo- gets a game. I think when I with Roselawn Hoosier lawn and the car about they both got a game in the Cariboo Cup last week they go against against less opposition through Mexico's along right. I'm still not sure that Franken is gonNA give police second not even those circumstances well. Let's say that you're an option yeah. You're available because that's a I struggle right now for a Christian Pulisic. He asked to get in the eighteenth I so I he's got to get there and once he gets there then he's going to have to be able to jump over many different choices I think missile has less choices in front of him him and so therefore by the fall. I'm GonNa Take Miss It. Oh so perhaps getting a game before dep is implicit frank staying with us. No John a question better deal question Mark Gabrielle Montanelli. Who's the Brazilian young striker scored twice in the Europa League also twice in the cowboys kept last week so he cost six million all pepe who cost eighty million deal arsenal? I know why you asked me that I said was exceptional yet. He's tree was exceptional the bus two ears but he's true that he has a hard time adjusting to a last year so I feel confident that pity is the man does he gonNa give what the GonNa span expecting from him. Martinez talented player but people should me for the past two years that he was able to to cope with any situation so I still have hopes and feelings for Mr Pippi um hopes and feelings monthly he needs hopes feeling I'm back in February that come good as well as senator and he may still come. Maybe might be better. We're on this point much and Elliott tell you from two in Brazil Brazilian full division division. I believe who wasn't the H. One from Sao Paulo look. I'm no math major but I'm just saying in the Senate from seventy four million difference. There is a pretty good fight. I'm doing business. I'm back computer seventy four million dollars just kind of around seventy four million riding in favor right now Nicholas Nick the really important questions that comes from Jonathan Frank. Why don't we start with you unless any animal foods? Which one would you be Wow any animal my yeah. My Name is Mitch the beef us. I just saw it goes without saying the bovine thing too. Well represented yeah exactly yeah. That's me hey it with your diet. Could you D be oh yeah all right good. What can you eat with your diet is no it's not a good list shortlists tasteless? I hear that Coconut Milk Yogurt you for the first time and how was that for the last time I had breath and what would you be then check. I'll be a Jaguar Woo thinking about that. One stealth stale well check back a Madaaj would be a hold on different. We'll have better than I do spend a lot of the day sleeping so as it happens this that's supposed to happen with my sleep so you've been told think. Sleep is issue I that. I don't think that that's the thing that we need so you'd go to stay on this the whole month of the home the whole foods thirty three days into wit three days ago. How's it looking not good now? I'm I'm not backing myself to get the theater but misses his love Ted. So are you backing yourself more than you're backing pepper repair zeal more bucket yourself to get through the long Halloween at the end of it. You can go crazy. I'll be good crazy love before that. Don't you worry there's GonNa be no the shark show right. You know facing you said it. I've never seen somebody so. How can you live like sharks? Okay all right. Let me tell you we're not your diet could eat shocking if we had Jagua and shot as you make oh I haven't even considered maybe maybe maybe an odd vox just because it's it's at the start of the dictionaries the first animal you come across you know really that's the reason hey gone the animals and the tat ly I just with the first one this one yellow for Capterra Sir softball this. I couldn't picture one feed. Put it in front of me. I'm as it happens odd. Vox is probably only on worst diet than I have right now all right. I think that'll do it for the cows a new study yoga with ballitser way. We have a little. WD Italia to preview tomorrow I believe Gabrielle the country. He has not had cooking yoga. What sort of animal would

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OBI Listener Questions: Driving for Carr and beasts from the east

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OBI Listener Questions: Driving for Carr and beasts from the east

"This is the orange black insider bangles podcast. He's John Sharon, I'm Anthony Costanza. You can get this show on I tunes on Stitcher on Google play. We're also now on megaphone. We are as always on YouTube and all of our content is on since he jungled dot com. So get us how you like the best. I guess. So you had it. You didn't interesting. Vera question. I believe right. You wanna bring up? I did. Are you ready for this one John because this was this because? Foreshadowing. Now, the reason I ask is because if it's the one that I think we're gonna talk about it's because you were the one who received a lot of hell about the Ryan tannehill thing and the topic of Ryan, which by the way, I think you wrote about this as well on cincy jungle dot com. This is not Don away because mister mister Twitter, polarizing guy Benjamin Albright talked more about the fact that news came out that Alex Smith may not be able to play twenty nineteen those are the kind of conjectured anyways. But that it's as more time as passing it's looking less likely that he is going to play in twenty nineteen than you. Connect the dots of Jay Gruden who is now interviewing kenzees e as quarterbacks coach in Washington. You know, might there be a trade for Andy Dalton to Washington and ballitser today to okay there, we go. All right. So for the same position. Yeah. All right. All right. Well, see the connections there. This one comes from Jason Dickerson. Who actually I didn't realize he lives in Germany. He's he's been contact with me a lot. Most of you Email. They didn't really use living in Germany. So that's pretty cool. Another little side note. We'll talk more about the second. Anyway. So he brought up the idea. Of Derek Carr to the Bengals, and you sit here, and you go out does that make any sense. Well, you have to connect some dots here. Okay. The first is we talked about Daniel Jones earlier in the show about his performance at the senior bowl. Jon Gruden big quarterback guy supposedly really likes Daniel Jones as a prospect in as a as a potential NFL quarterback. If you remember before the season, there was kind of some some rumblings. I'll have to pull up exactly what they were. But basically Jon Gruden I think as the Monday night commentator or something to that effect was critical of Derek Carr. And there was some thought of well as Derek car, even really fit with Jon Gruden might there be some some issues in car had a decent statistical season this year. But obviously was not. Team stripped of talent before the season even began terms of trades and whatnot. Then you look at Brian Callaghan. Quarterbacks coach, which my colleague, John Shearn. Here broke the news that from the senior bowl that Callahan will be the Bengals offense coordinator. Once sat Taylor arrives raiders quarterback coach becoming the offense coordinator people potentially wavering on Dalton in terms of a new staff new head coach. So there's a lot of dots to connect here. Does it make sense to you? John. Piss some people off doesn't make as much sense as tanto because I actually just looked at Deir Carter's contract now. And he that's that's the biggie. Yeah. Right. Yeah. So it makes more sense for the raiders to cut car than for the dolphins to cut tannehill. Because I think the raiders would only occur like a half of the dead money that the dolphins would have to Rex releasing. I think they're I think the dolphins are trying to work out a for a trade for tannehill in. If they can't do the project cut him because they own twenty six million. But for the raiders, the only incur seven and a half million dead if they release them now, and they're drafting fourth over also they'll definitely be able to pick Daniel Jones. But I think if it comes I think if both tannehill in-car become available on the mortgage, I think one of them at least will I I honestly think that Taylor is gonna kinda went out that vote bringing his guy that he worked with and Miami over the guy Callaghan work with for year. Oakland. But for for the purpose of what I believe either them would come in. And be would just be that bridge quarterback for one or two years while the work on getting the guy for the future. I don't think it would make that much of a difference. But I don't think is as likely as it will be with tannehill. Honestly, because I'm just not entirely. Sure. What cars future, isn't Oakland? Because he does like this is the this is the first year they can finally move on from him. And if they are smitten with a quarterback, then there's no reason to to to, you know, keep onto that contract because liquid all the other big contracts that they had over the past six, months, whatever. But I think there's a little bit more is a little bit. There's a little bit more writing on the wall with tannehill. And I think Taylor being the head coach, and maybe even the play caller for for the Bengals kind of went out in his preference for tannin over Callahan's potential influence in bringing in car. Do you think because this was one of the questions that was brought up when you talked about the? Tannehill thing. Do you think that car who again, I think we're two years or moved from a season where he was borderline MVP guy? I mean, he had an outstanding season. He goes in twenty fifteen or twenty sixteen sixteen twenty sixteen that earned him this contract. This year threw for four thousand yards nineteen touchdowns. Ten interceptions. Not not great there. But twenty sixteen twenty eight touchdowns six receptions almost four thousand yards that year. I mean, do you see do you see those numbers greatly increasing because you know, their best players aside from car were released off the Rosser clue Mak doesn't play offense. But Amari Cooper, we saw the impact he had in Dallas. Do you think that a guy like car would if he's playing with age agreeing Tyler boy, John Ross Joe mixing, do you think that all of a sudden that is a career resurgence in your closer to the thirty touchdown single digit interception guy in Cincinnati with that talent? Or do you think that year was just a fluke of a year? And we're seeing a little bit more who the real their cars these past couple of seasons. Twenty sixteen was der cars are twenty six. Derek Carr was twenty fifteen it was when everything around him clicked perfectly. He was in the perfect system. He had probably the best offensive line of any of any team decides voice in terms of pass protection. Mark Cooper popped off. Year. Everything was clicking for the raiders. Those like the first good season in a while. And literally ended like any season where he got injured and couldn't play in the playoff game and couldn't do anything for that and ever since then just like for dawn's been more on the downhill slope. I just think that card tannehill or all kind of in that same to your quarterbacks where everything needs to go perfectly in they need that perfect team for them to do anything. But even if they get into the position of Guineans the playoffs winning. We haven't seen them actually proven that they can do that. I guess and and until we do see anything from those three they should all probably belong in that same category. And we can't really expect them to elevate a team and carry a team if you know everything around the ghost ghost crab because once the raiders receiving core diminished once their offense got banged up or they have circled Miller. We saw him struggling I think he was like the most check downing quarterback in the NFL. Whereas after target was like six or seven yards or something stupid like that. And I think he's got a better arm than. What the those numbers were? But if a quarterback has the tendency to discount kind of check down not look downfield. It's not gonna do your offense any good. If you have cast aged green in John Ross that can that can stretch the field like that. So I think car as stabbed himself as the quarterback that the Bengals should be looking to move on from. But again, if you're looking for just a bridge guide to kind of keep raffles afloat. You know, there's something really wrong with him, especially if you get it for cheaper than when he is. But I don't think that we're going to see him be any better than what he was twenty sixteen unless he consistently has a perfect offense around him which wishes what Bengals fans continue to one goal, right? And again, it comes down to cost, and you know, is Derek car substantially better than Andy Dalton is he a guy that substantially better, you'll be more expensive more substantially better than guys that are in this year's class is he like you mentioned John no more than a bridge. Wjr quarterback. If he is is that is he better than Andy Dalton it gives them a better chance to win more games than Dalton in that capacity. These are questions that are a little bit of unknowns. At this point, I think one is inclined to think that the ceiling night be a little higher for car. Based on that one season a couple of years ago in the fact that that team is kind of in fleet of talent that he's been on. And the Bengals do have kind of a, you know. A trio of talented guys at skill positions on offense all of that. So, but we'll see I, you know, it sounds like a farfetched thing. We're talking about all this all these kind of crazy quarterback scenarios. But it sounds like tinfoil hat stuff. But really I mean there are connections to be made. Here the grew to Daniel Jones just worked with him in mobile, Brian Callaghan. Derek Carr he just worked with him in Oakland for a year? You know, who knows how this coaching staff views Andy Dalton I mean, there's a lot of things in play here. So I don't think it's it's it is a little bit of a far fetched question. But I don't think it's a wacky one or a crazy one to really ask to be quite honest with you. It's just one that is a new one there are there are dots to be connected there. But interesting interesting questions for that. Jason. Hello. I'm Spencer hall from Espy nation, and I wanna tell you about my new show. It seemed smart. It seems smart as a show about people doing things that for some reason or another seem smart at the time. Those things might include doing a little cocaine and driving a bike up amount. 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We also got another Email from we adjacent from Germany, and we had Glenn from Denmark, Glenn Ellis board Jorgensen Jurgensen. I don't know. How exactly how they said your Gibson? It's the why you'll been. He said first of all, I just wanna tell you doing a great job with the podcast. I've been a regular listener for more than year. But unfortunately, I can't join in live as it's the middle of the night here while thanks Glenn will give you pass on on that we understand. Basically, he says in this this one I'm gonna leave to you, John because you probably I have some some notes on this player. But you know, you you're you said you were excited to kind of talk about this as a Dane of very excited about the draft prospect in I is it jolted guilty for volt. Yeah. Guard from Arkansas, do you think they're any chances. He's going to end up with the Bengals I will say this from my notes, and I'll let you talk pretty extensively about him, John. He's kind of a he was a four star guy in college going into college. It sounds like he's very athletic. And he's got some nice skill sets. He's like he's strong. But it doesn't always translate to the field type of thing. If that makes sense. And he it sounds like he's made some big improvements in terms of from like when he started playing football for Arkansas about twenty sixteen to now, it still seems as if he might be a round five or later type of guy based on some stuff that I'm I've been reading, but I'd like to hear your take on him, John. Yeah. So even me that the guy who does a lot of offense aligns the I have a guy that kinda tells me about offense align prospects, his name's Ryan you can follow him on Twitter at Royal red legs. You probably won't like me plug in his name because he's a movie guy doesn't always talk about lime. But he's a guy that. Ryan introduced me to. I think is his first name and he played with Frank right now, the Senator from Arkansas who was linked to the Bengals a lot. He played next in last year. And then he also fought actually did play a pinch of center this year. And he said just pop is tape on you'll see like three or four pancakes in the first two minutes doesn't what game watching all right, dude? And legit. I watched the first two and a half minutes against Colorado state when his center, and he pancake like four guys in the first quarter. And it's like the torque the lower body drive. The pop that he that he has either reach blocks down blocks. It's extremely evident in some guys. You can tell you know, like some guys need bench forty times at the combine some guys can can swallow up. This guy has actual strings and places like that that does translate to the field, and I think he's athletic enough to make those angle blocks. But when he's got his hands on you like, it's it's over. And he told me he told me what his name. Oh, yeah. Hero. His or. Or something. Right. I it literally means hero hero that. So like, obviously a first round name. Lee Jackson the first round. But he's got extremely good tape. And I think you're right. It it it did get better over time. As like the more. He kinda learning kind kinda integrated with the system he played against this competition. Obviously rag was a good player. Coming Arkansas any kinda has the similar traits. Played love guard. Like, I said a little the center, but I think he's I think he's a good prospect in like you said if you can find them in that fourth or fifth round, I think he's a definite body that you bring into camping maybe potentially compete for that right art spot because I think he's got a feature in this league as as as a spot starter just as rotational backup that gives you a lot of of scheme versatility. But has those qualities that you just simply cannot develop in, you know, a guy who has all the measurable in the talent. But if you don't have that core strength that toward the Bill to drive off blocks. You're just not gonna be successful in the long term. I think he has that right now at twenty two twenty three years old planning. It's Z guys. You know? Maybe Bengals fans to scars from drafting Margus onto draft eastern. European geyser urged Scandinavian guys, but he's a player. And I think they should definitely take a look at him. And he's got more experienced Margareta is twenty seven so. Yeah. Marcus on had the one year, and I mean, great production. But the when you're wonder type ironically markets on is gone on to have a couple of nice years with the Colt since moving on from the Bengals go figure that one out. But. I like what you said in in one of the things granted this was during the Paul Alexander Marvin Lewis era, but one of the things Bengals have coveted out of their offense of lineman versatility. In the end the ability of guys to be able to play especially the interior guys to be able to play guard to be able to play center, you know, especially those backup guys look at TJ Johnson. You look trae Hopkins look at I mean, the list goes on and on on, you know, even tried to experiment on Smith guard and tackle the there's there's a lot of guys they liked to have positional flexibility therefore to potentially save roster spots in and like you said can be able to have a spot starter. If you're in a pinch to be able to come in and play. Well, I you know, I getting this question. I've kind of wanted to now research this guy a little bit more. I looked up some reports on him in and saw a little bit about him. But I think he's a guy like you said could immediately be a guy. Hi. Who's a backup guy for a team? You know, make the team be a backup guy probably day three pick and and can can help out a team in that capacity early. And then maybe push for a starting job as he gets more time under his belt now in terms of glens question for him going to the Bengals. I mean, obviously, there's there's thirty two teams he'd go thirty two places it it just depends. But the fact that the Bengals seemingly have an open right guard position right now, also, you know, right tackle, even though this kid discipline tackle. But that that should be open as well. Clint bowling is now entering his ninth year. I believe so, you know, that's something to think about as well, there's a lot of of issue still to be resolved in this offense of line. So if there is a spot that any team that needs able offensive lineman interior offensive line. The Bengals are going. So that you know that could be a possibility for him. But good question where where we're worldwide John geyser guys are emailing us from from Germany Denmark. It's pretty cool. We'll get outta here with this last one in this was through text. And now, we're staying in the states for this one. And it's from good friend Frank from Virginia, and he jokes three weeks in a road is at count me as a regular. We usually have our regulars Terrell and John from Kentucky in a few others that call in. So Franken Virginia, I guess, I guess three weeks in a row we do answer your question that that does make irregular. So thanks for the Texan advance, Frank. We know Callahan is in and most outlets seem to have high confidence in del Rio. Haikal I'm assuming that means high confidence del Rio being defensive coordinator, he seems to him. Who who do you think are likely candidates to fill other vacant position coach openings that's kind of a difficult question because we have to kinda look out there. I think you know, you mentioned the Mike Sherman connection. He's been kind of one. That's that's floated out there. Brian Callahan's, dad Bill, you know, there's been some some rumors of that. Maybe you know, those guys linked to the offense of Lyon group. I don't know. I think they were smart to keep Livingston as as the secondary. Coach. Job with the safety there. But I think they need to be pretty. They can be pretty careful with they bring in at these other assistant marks because now you have unproven head coach basically unproven offensive coordinator del Rio is I think a good higher in the fact that he's got a lot of experience in the NFL. That's a good guy to lean on, but any other ideas or names out there. You wanna toss toss around that you think could be good fits for the Bengals in some of their position coach capacities. You've got tight ends got off its of lying. You've got quarterbacks. What medicine your linebackers? Things like that. Yeah. I'm not tremendously prepared for this question. I guess because. You don't you don't hear about these guys until they get hired right? Like unless they're like former coordinators that that got fire the are looking to get a job. I guess I know some people have doubts about Bill Callahan coming, but I think from how early that was like being reported, or whatever I think the the Bengals do have plants other swindle him away from the Redskins or because the when the buccaneers hired aeriens the Tampa Bay ended up sending a six round pick their Zona because they thought the areas of still under contract with Arizona, and they didn't even have to do it. I think that's a possibility of the Bengals could do with Washington either to establish good faith and potentially featuring dull trade or just to get. You know, Zach Taylor's former college coach in into the staff in in replace replacing all obviously because we don't know if Pollock either left on his own accord because he didn't like the direction that they were going or they just had. You know, featuring business for a guy who's even better than in that definitely fits the Bill the Bill for Kellyanne. But I'm definitely interested in seeing who the linebackers coach is going to be because you're looking at not only just a new defense coordinator. But under new head coach who was obviously defensive oriented in was a former linebacker coach of his own. You know, it could be a guy who was who worked under a del Rio or, you know, agai another system from another team who just looking for star. But over that linebacker's coach is I think that's the position in general that we will probably see the most vast difference because of how low the quality has been that position group for so long and just it's just the same kind of coaching philosophies under Louis so to have a fresh face there. And I know I'm kinda dodge the question all the name for because honestly, stall. But I just think that's really just the probably. Interesting to watch because we we should probably expect some fresh brand new floss vs brand new preferences of players at that position. Yeah. I mean, there are some some interesting names still out there one that kinda in this would be something maybe for the quarterbacks coach thing in it might elicit some I rolls. I'm not a big fan of the guy myself based on kind of some of the things that he's done. But he to my knowledge he is available. That's Joe Philbin. And he's he's kind of an offense of mind guy that I don't know again, you look at some of these position coaches he's been a head coach was fired as a head coach. And interim coach this year, you know, so he could be a guy that if you're looking for bigger names that could be floating out there. You know, there are other assistance kinda working their way up as well. Amid do not be surprised if it's a bigger name, quote unquote that end up filling some of these position coach things that we saw. The the Bengals linebacker coach his name is escaping me. At the moment. He was the head coach of the saints. They just got rid, but he had head coaching experience. And yeah, what the hell after has like gosh. It's been a long Jim has it's been a long week already. But our former linebacker coach. Yeah. Yeah. Jim has let but he was a guy that was a head coach for a long time defensive coordinator kinda took the perceived step back if you will in terms of going from NFL head coach to a position coach. So that's why if you're looking for bigger names like Philbin to be you know, he's guy offense coordinator type of guy head coach interim head coach. And then he could potentially do a quarterback coach type of thing. But they are have. They already have alexan- pelt as quarterbacks coach. So maybe he comes in like an offensive assistant. I don't know it just depends. But you know, there are big names out there that are still looking for jobs guys who. There are guys that make lateral moves because they feel they've been passed over in a specific team with any specific team. 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299: How Serenity Kids Is Revolutionizing the Baby Food Industry

The Wellness Mama Podcast

57:40 min | 10 months ago

299: How Serenity Kids Is Revolutionizing the Baby Food Industry

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Their family realized that Renault spectacular baby food options out there that would be anywhere close to the sourcing that most of US demand that our food and realized that babies need for instance much more fat than they're getting being in a lot of their diet and much less sugar than is in the average baby food so in this episode we go deep on. What's in normal baby food? What's an optimal baby food? And how to find it for your own family a super fascinating we also delve into the world of regenerative agriculture and the environmental mission. So this is a fun one. Here we go Jones heredity. Welcome thanks for being here. Thanks for having US Katie. We're excited to be here. Yeah so excited to chat with you guys today. Not only because I love both of you as friends ends and I love your company but because I know that you have so much knowledge and expertise to share in this realm and I can't wait to jump in. I also know that much like me. Your story story of your brand comes from a personal story a little bit as well so I would love if we could start there and let the audience get to know you a little bit. Better sure all star. You're so my mom was vegetarian. which was pregnant with me? which in the seventies was the healthiest thing that anyone knew or could think of and we didn't know at the time time that I don't tolerate wheat or dairy which were big staples in her vegetarian? Nineteen Seventies Diet. And so I. When I was two-weeks-old I had my first ear infection? Shen and round of antibiotics and you know I was basically. This is repeated throughout my childhood a few times a year. I'd be on antibiotics for strep throat or ear infections. Whatever you know all of those litany of little childhood illnesses and then that led to massive stomach problems later later and I don't mean very much later I mean when I was nine I won't ever forget I was laying on my waterbed curled up in abdominal pain? And I'd just seen a commercial so for like a modem or something and lots of commercials for PEPCO Biz Mall and I was like mom. Can't I get some of this medicine. Won't that help you know. And she said John. Sorry honey. There's not a whole lot we can do and I just remember thinking. Oh I guess I'm just SORTA stuck with this pay and I'm going to have to live with that so I started having major antacid Our major acid reflux in my teenage years. Instead of taking antacids. I took pep city. See for every day for probably fifteen years or something like that and two thousand ten. I got another ear infection and round of antibiotics and at that point somehow somehow something had happened in my stomach and was so painful. I couldn't eat food after that. I couldn't drink water without serious pain and I went to the doctor and she put me on and some stronger Proton pump inhibitor. ANTACID type medicine and I went back in two weeks from my follow visit and I said thank you Dr. I do feel better you. You know this. This is great and she said No. Don't leave yet. I need to write you a refill and I said well. How long do I have to take this stuff? And she said very dramatically every day eight for the rest of your life and I'm glad she did because that was really my wakeup call. You know I was thirty three years old and getting put on medicine for the rest of my at life like this baffled me it did not make any sense at all and I wasn't. I wasn't convinced that that was the right way from even though my doctor was telling me. That's what I needed to do so oh I got desperate. My called my dad. He's a psychologist. He talks me down. Calm me down and he said you know you should probably really read. That book gave you last year for Christmas us. You know the one on the Paleo Diet and I'm scratching my head. I'm like what book you know. He gives me dumb dad books all the time. I don't remember him. Giving me this book. But I found it on my bookshelf low and behold and it was Marxist primal blueprint when I read it and it just made sense to me. I haven't anthropology background and so the parts about about our ancient ancestors biology and evolution. That all made really sense to me and kind of hit home and I changed my diet right away and I'm not not on that medicine anymore. You know that was nine years ago and I've been really cleaned up my diet and eating healthy and I'm so I'm the healthiest I've ever been and I'm forty two years old. It is pretty awesome. I'm autistic wasn't diagnosed with autism as a child. They didn't know what was wrong with me. I had really intense energy. I was just really big and took over every space I went to they called me. ADHD but that wasn't accurate wasn't helpful. So I think my official diagnosis was was just obnoxious. And my mom discovered the performing Arts Theater and dance and music was was my outlet that I that huge energy was great on stage but very difficult off stage so became a professional child. Actor and did a lot of Performing but really difficult social problems and also a lot of physical problems you know at a lot of food sensitivities. We didn't know about. I was overweight. I at stomach pain all the time. Obviously tons of behavioral liberal issues and so on my my path to for self development. I wasn't diagnosed with autism till college. So I really learned on my own Hausa how to how to how to become better and how to take feedback and implement that and Discovered also the the way I ate affected it so I tried I was I had tried all all kinds of different diets Vegetarian tried Vegan on the gaps diet. I did can't Dita cleanses and discovered that I really didn't need grains that that meeting veggies was pretty good diet for me but hadn't really gone all the way and then I met serenity and she introduced me to the Paleo Diet fell in love with her and Paleo same time and You know that lifestyles really changed. My you know it's lowered my anxiety. It's really helped me. Focus Better I've you you know my my digestion issues are gone. You know. And it's really impeccable yet and then and twenty sixteen Palea Kalia facts which is a local conference here in Austin upper an appeal community and really kind of whole foods community and we started talking about starting. A family someday always wanted kids. I drew pictures of my future. Children are now is five. I still have them Britney Nj Brittany were my daughter and son. I drew pictures of that. I predicted I would have always wanted kids. And so soon as Cernan I got serious. It was like make baby yet so I was a little more nervous but I was on board so I we started getting all. I started getting all fuzzy and maternal at Paleo effects. And I'm like Joe. Let's go find. The baby stuff was out there for babies here in the health food space and we we found exactly zero. Nothing was there and I went up to the head of Paleo effects and I said Hey Michelle. Where's the baby stuff? And she said you know I asked myself that same question every every year so I thought okay well. We'll just make our own baby food. But Joe is in the process of reinventing himself as an entrepreneur. He had just left his startup company company. He was working for and he came back from a workshop. He went to and he said we've got a new baby. Food businesses meets all these criteria. We can get support. You know. There's white space this because really there was nothing on the on the grocery store shelf or even purchaseable online that met my nutrition standards enders there was one company that had some frozen stuff from Alaska but it was extremely expensive and frozen stuff just isn't as convenient and a lot of Greens mixing forgot. So I mean I I was. I was determined for a better work life balance. I have a big mission. I want to change the world. I want to change the world for kids but I was working ninety hour weeks with startups trying to make change and was like this. I can't have a baby and have this lifestyle. There's gotta be a a better way so red temperatures for our WORKWEEK and he opened my mind to the idea of a product that you could instead of doing services our for our you can create a product that make a bigger impact and also doesn't take as much of your of your time once you get it rolling so was looking for an empty space in the market and discovered that there was the locker Paleo baby food and so we initially had the idea may be making specifically Paleo product that was marketed to appeal community but then serenity learned more about infant nutrition. Yes so that summer of twenty sixteen. You know I was a little embarrassed. I mean I didn't know what baby should be eating. You know I had been on this health. The food journey eating whole foods for six years but I did not get bagels or supposed to eat the same thing you know like meats veggies i. I wasn't sure maybe they should eat rice cereal. Like like I did when I was a baby and so I was my summer of nerd them. I really spent the entire summer with my nose in a book of Log podcast I even read the. USDA's guide invite nutrition and wellness that they give to Mama's of Wick and it became became really clear that everybody I mean for the most part a lot of people were advising against excessive sugar and too little nutrition and Lots of grains but that was all that was shelf and so then I got really mad. You know the US basically said fat is the most important thing that babies. We need thirty grams of fat a day. which is a huge amount of fat? They said that animal products are key sources of nutrition. They absolutely recommend animal products being introduced very early and they said that sugar is a problem. Stay away from sugar. No keep even sweet tasting foods. They recommended against But then we we went to the baby food aisle and it was the polar opposite of what babies actually need. It had no fat. It was all sugary fruits. There was almost no meat In fact specifically we did a study of all two hundred forty six organic baby food pouches that were currently on the market at the time. Put them onto big spreadsheet and we found out that the the average organic baby food has an average of nine grams of sugar nine grams of sugar per pouch which doesn't sound like a lot but a baby's eating two three of these day it's like thirty grams of sugar Equivalent of a snickers bar. Or if you equivalent equate it to an adult you know that's nine sugar to one hundred fifty pound adult as ninety grams of sugar. So so it's insane amount of sugar plus it's just not much nutrition Less than one percent had two grams more fat so there was really zero fat on the aisle and less than four percent contained any meat at all and none of that meat was well sourced. Nobody disclosed their sourcing. So it wasn't grass fed or pasture as or anything so we've felt. This is a huge problem in way. Bigger than the Paleo community that this was something that needed to be An ever that every mom needed to know that we became on a mission to transform the the baby food aisle and really really make a very different kind of ABC so we decided to take testament or kitchen. I yes yeah so you know that same summer. When we had the idea for the business we ran the business idea behind some experts in the industry and we had said we plan to just be kind of little niche Paleo brand for our little community and they said no the world needs this? You know more babies need access to this than just your little health food community. That already knows this is what they want. You need to go out there and educate people and so we weren't sure babies would eat it. That was my biggest fear. I was like maybe no-one makes this product because won't actually eat it so I'm like don't we've gotta go make this baby food. Whatever it is? We've got to just experiment and try to find some babies because we didn't have a baby at the time yet. You know we're still we're still not even married at the time and in Psalm. Never Forget we made a recipe one of effect. It's one of our recipes that the baby's ended up choosing so we actually did the surveys and we let the baby's choose the flavors refers to make because we thought who better than a baby focus group and it was the chicken carrot flavor. We gave it to one of our friends and she. It was in a pouch that we pouched ourselves ourselves at home and she emailed back a picture of her son eating at she said He wouldn't let me take the power out of his hands. He insisted on holding it the whole time and he ate the whole thing and wanted more and I cried because here I was right knowing that babies are getting the short end of the stick you know oh by these food manufacturers. That are not providing nutritious food out there that parents would totally feed them. That's healthy food if it was available and super convenient and then a baby be. WHO's loving it? You know he just gobbled it down. He loved the High Fat Higher Protein the lower sugar which you know if you look around and the when we talked to some manufacturers. They're like no you've got an sweeter babies won't eat it. Let's bunk. You know babies. No what is healthy. especially if you catch him really young you you know than than their their palates aren't tainted by hyper palatable foods or maybe to sweet foods or to bland food or too salty or whatever and it it just proved that like our product might have a chance at succeeding We we. We did three rounds of testing. We tests about thirty different recipes. All passed them up to babies. Babies Friends of Babies Friends of friends of babies like all kinds of babies tested lots of feedback and then identified the recipes that we ended up taking to market and And they came out for sale. It took a long time for us to get him out. Turns out putting shelf stable making a shelf stable meat puree. Hey in a pouch is pretty hard particularly because the factories are used to putting fruit pure as in there so we're using the same machinery for Peres that for a high fat meet puree and it took a long time to get it right but finally came out and launched for sale on the same day. Our Baby Della was born same day. The Baby Delo is about out two weeks early and the products were about a year and a half late and it turned out to be the same exact day which was just a you know a nightmare logistically but was A sign of sheer devante. Chronicity you know that showed us that this is all meant to be. I love that story and I feel you guys on that one. I haven't Quite yet birthday physical product baby. It's coming for me but I did have final edits of a book. Do on my due date with my last daughter and then I had to do a photo shoot two weeks after she was born. Yeah I know. Just how stressful that is to have multiple babies born at the same time like that. So cheers you guys for that. I also think you're so right about the need to completely overhaul the baby food industry because that was when I had my first child. I started researching as well and was really dismayed that there were no good options and I also Made my own baby food. But I I didn't make it at scale so I'm so glad you guys are and I love that you talk about specifically the need for fat because breast milk has a lot of fat babies are designed to consume a lot of fat and like you said baby who doesn't contain enough or any in most cases and one of my early influences was reading the work of western a price and he talked about how fat soluble vitamins affect a lot of aspects of development. But especially like Josh Development and having a wide Maxima which means getting more air into your body because you're you have a wider airway also potentially not needing braces like. There's a lot of reasons that in those early phases. We really do need fat and protein as well but fat even more so so I love that you guys really tackle that. Can you talk a little bit more. About why like meat and fat are so important for babies. Because you're right. This is not something that's commonly talked about in. It's so so important. Yeah so actually. During that summer of nerd them it took me a month or so and then I had a big Aha moment. I I realized that there there was already a perfect baby food out there and it was mother's milk like you said. Breast Milk has a lot of that so the macro nutrient profile a breast milk from the calorie perspective. It's about you know about half that and half carbs was was like you said just kind of a little bit of protein and so I was surprised by that. I imagine the babies would need more protein but no it was the fat in the car balance that was really important and so we need to figure out. I decided I was like okay. Let's just model all our recipes just after pressing. Let's do something and make sure that the MAC rose can approximate breast milk. So really. That's how we did it. Impact Joe I dragged Joe to the Austin Milk Bank which is the biggest milk bank in the country for years. Breath meeting Breastfeeding awareness month. And I because I wanted to learn a lot more about breast. There's not a lot of data out there. There's not a lot of information like it. Just frustrates me. That we send people to the moon but we don't know what's built that beat her own babies you you know anyway. That's another diatribe. But really we wanted to figure out how to get the right fats. And the right quantities and the right proteins and the right carbs carbs which were easier to find and source into our product and so we ended up deciding to choose to go with a base product which was pretty evident early on and the reason we chose that is because of its sheer nutrient density byte for byte a well sourced meat has way more nutrition than China well sourced grain or lagoon or even a lot of different carbohydrates veggie is so we were trying to every parent whose sped an infant understands that each byte counts. If you get one bite of food into that baby that's amazing feat and you WanNa make sure that it's got his Packed with nutrition. We want packed with not only the fat carbohydrates and proteins but also like you said that soluble vitamins minerals both different kinds of fiber at different stages of the baby's life. And we really WanNa make sure that you know. We can pack as much nutrition in there so the issue was that we wanted to make sure that our meat was the best meat possible and by that. I mean the most nutritious and so we started looking around for suppliers of what is the most atrocious meet. South pasture raise meets meets. Raised outside Free Range for poultry grass-fed grasp finished for cattle. And we couldn't find any what we found one supplier supplier that supplied to businesses manufacturers food manufacturers. But the rest of them there was no supply chain for this kind of product that we we're looking for and I suspect that's why no one else is really doing this. So we had to work with individual farmers and talk to them about how they raise their animals and you know how they catch fish and really find out the best way to sources products this the science is quite clear on the nutrient trant density of meat on S- particularly grass. Fed beef has been studied immensely to prove how much more vitamins minerals Omega three two nine ratios amino acid profiles by every respect. grass-fed beef is superior Log shot to conventional race beef. They proven it's true for pork and pastures chickens as well so that's really clear. The scientists cleared the babies can digest. Meet that there's no no reason to wait to give babies meet. breastmilk is an animal product. He knows from a woman and so other animal products are very natural. I food roots Even pediatricians will agree. That animal products are important for some reason. The Pediatric Association still recommends fortified Rice. Cereal as a first food even though they'll say say that and then you say was an important food in the lecture you know so like nobody does agrees that meat is good for babies that they have all the. There's your digestive systems uniquely suited rooted for it and that pasture as me is clearly superior nutritionally And that was like. What should we? We were looking at a nutrient dense product. That's the baby. Should be eating. As rarely well-fed animals will feed to make wealth had babies in specific nutrients. Were talking about where zinc thank and then iron. You know people talk a lot about iron from first food perspective and so when you're looking at grass fed beef you know they have it. It has a huge amount of iron that is easily digestible. Doesn't concentrate like a supplement might or even a fortified food so getting getting your vitamins and and nutrients from food sources is superior almost all the time to finding in supplement form and so we wanted to really make sure sure that we provided those options for parents because they weren't out there before and we weren't the only wasn't totally new to put meeting baby food Gerber had plenty of you know they call mystery meet baby foods that are like the like jar of of Spinney sausages or these likelier beef and gravy but they were really grow you know during our rnd process. I bought everything that was on those out there right when we wanted to taste it all check the consistency. See what it was like and uh on never forget on the shelf. It stayed there for a long time and it was Gerber's Ham and gravy. You know this little tiny pink jar and we were getting ready to do you on R. and D. Run for our second set of flavors that we launched and so I thought okay. Today's today right. Today's the day we're going to try it so I opened up this little jar Gerber Berber Hammond gravy and was knocked back by the intense smell. It smelled I mean very strongly and I thought I was. I was trying to give it the benefit of the doubt but I think kind of bad and then not thirty seconds later but one of our housemates came into the kitchen. We were living in community at the time. And one of our housemates was a twelve year old boy and he walked into the kitchen and he goes. Who did this terrible and I just laughed because he was Kinda ride it pretty bad and I thought well I don't think I can try it but joe he'll taste anything he's eaten? aww Baby Foods he'll taste meet to see it's gone bad I mean he'll taste anything and even I wouldn't he would not even news pretty gross so you you know and we tried the organic. There's a handful of organic meat baby foods. As while I said about four percent the organic brands had meat but they always every single one of them combined with grains grains or legumes like they never just did a straight meat or meat and veggie mixture. They always adding the Greens. And then they can't adver much salt due to the salt limitations. So so you. If you think of like mixing meat with Rice with no salt like it's going to be bland and then no fat like there wasn't a high fat. It was just like protein and carbs herbs basically with just tasted like that so we were really all about tasting good and choosing a meat veggie combination that would be tastes. Good both adults with the mom who's GonNa taste it and you know affects how the kid likes or not but also to help. Babies Pallets develop to enjoy the taste of vegetables to enjoy the taste of me to meet Veggie combinations which is what we eat and Certainties culinary background having just been Paleo for six years figuring out how to be a Foodie Paleo she got really good at those kinds of recipe development. I love that story and I love that you guys are so careful about the sourcing thing because those of us in the real food world were very careful about that as adults. But you're right. This is not something that's often considered the baby food world and it's even more important like you mentioned in the beginning based on their size and the percentage of what they're consuming compared to what it would be like if we consumed it I know that this is something that you guys have. Put a lot of time in detail and effort into getting being really dialed in. So let's talk about that. Let's talk about where these meats are sourced from and basically the criteria that you guys have for making sure that you're getting the top quality to these babies sure yeah. A social justice and environmentalism was like one of my artistic obsessions. You know like I've just very passionate. It's like pains to create waste in house even vegetarian Vegan for four years. Because I believed at the time that that was good the environmental good for animals and so. I'm very passionate about this. So we knew we wanted a pasteurize meat because of its nutritional quality But it was was important for me to be a good life for the animals and that also that we support farmers that are doing it right. My mom grew up on a small family only farm in southern Missouri so I grew up visiting them and seeing how much mon- harmony they lived with land the animals but also how difficult it was economically. Wait for them to compete with these large factory farms and we've all seen the pictures in the red the facts on factory farms and how they pollute the environment. How they torture the animals in how how awful they are now? Essentially all meat is getting a bad rap because of these major farm practices but meanwhile there's these incredible small family farms that are are raising their animals in harmony with nature. They're they're mimicking the way the animal would have lived in the wild. So essentially these animals have at the best possible life life that they could have and their harvest. Ready you know they're harvested for food just like in the wild they would be hunted by other predators. And and You know the nutritionist superior and the lifestyle is important to support and so we made a commitment very early on to source our meat from MM small family farms. That are that we can know people's names. We can visit talk to the animals every day. We met their kids in their kids or helping. Raise raise these animals like it just felt so right to have the integrity of that the meat in our pouches that were making babies healthier with also be making farmers healthier and making animals healthier and ultimately making the planet healthier you know we learned about the regenerative agricultural movement that these farmers were practising were there regenerating generating the soil with the way. They raised their animals. There it's it's not just a sustainable. Do No harm. It's like regenerative. It's year-by-year their soil. As improving the water run off his last there sequestering carbon so these animals are sequestering more carbon than they produced. What's a net benefit off? Aw for climate change and it's increasingly considered one of the biggest tools we have to fight. Climate change is regenerative farming. We can use the way we grow food. In a way we raise animals to sequester carbon and not coincidentally turns out that. That's also the most nutrition for our bodies as well and for me like I didn't no what was what the big deal about sequestering carbon was so just for anyone who was in my position when we started down this journey so the the climate change is caused by too much carbon in the air and basically because that carbon has come out of the soil or out of organic matter trees and things like that and got into the era and fossil fuels. Come out of the ground right. And so what we need to do is bring back into the ground. And so the things that bring it back into the ground trees grasses plants and you know when you're looking at a factory farm if you drive by or even look at Google Earth you'll see a bunch of giant big Brown Brown Patches Bare Earth and so that bare earth not only. Does it not have any plant life to help. Pull that carbon back into the soil. But it's also generally packed down so the like Joe said so that the water runs off and it actually causes more erosion so it it not only you know now is unhealthy soul to begin with but then it starts eroding that soil and causing further degradation to the land so the more plants we can cover the the world with right get rid of that barren land and cover it with grasses and trees and bushes and all kinds of different plants than the lower the carbon in the air will be and you know hopefully that will prevent or slow some of the global warming. That's been happening. and to be clear bringing animals falls in a strategic way regrows the land like chick Poultry like urge. Pick it up and Kinda till it. Ruminants eat the tall any of the weeds. That are that are shading. Outgrowth in likely behind Manure You know forager's like pigs. Route up the earth and move it around and encouraged microbes microbes so all animals are a key role in turning desert's into grasslands if if done and done right It just as as they do in nature and so. That's that's what the generative farming movements doing. So we're real excited to be supporting these farmers that are using these practices and for anyone who's interested in learning more. There's a famous Ted talk by Allan Savory of the Savory Institute and he talks about how he kind of came up with this method and has been really grassland defying hectic irs eggleston millions of acres in Africa and in a where he had accidentally contributed to desertification in the past so they can check that out in just the last note about the environmental mission is the pouch initially. We didn't like the idea. The Plastic Pouch. It's not recyclable. You know But we found out that actually the pouches really the lowest carbon footprint of any disposable packaging. It's you know. A tiny percentage the glass jar or metal and takes way more resources to produce in the pouch plus it takes up a lot more space in the landfill landfill when it's thrown away and about only one in five recyclable. Items is actually recycled in this country. And they require a lot less fuel to transport it takes twenty six trucks trucks to transport a million jars and it takes one. You can transport a million empty pouches on one truck so much lower carbon footprint for the pouch plus We partner with Tara cycle to recycle our pouches. So they're not recyclable in traditional programs but people can mail them in for free to tear cycle and they grind them up and make flowerpots flowerpots on park benches and such and we are having parents participate in that you know that something our company pays for so we know how much of it is happening. And we're getting me you know. I don't know fifty parents a month or something that are submitting their pouches in for recycling. And we're hoping to increase that number. That's amazing and I love that you guys talk about regenerative agriculture agriculture aspect. So much. Because I think that's a topic that can get so polarizing and of course there are people with all kinds of differing views on what is the best dietary philosophy. But we I do know from the science like you said that babies do need fats and proteins and especially even saturated fats like this is well documented and so we also know for instance. I don't think anybody is arguing giving for the benefits of feed lot factory farming at all. No we all agree on that. That's not good for the animals and it's not good for the planet and I loved that you guys are making it part of your mission to both educate and to make buying this season's based on regenerative agriculture. That has documentaries that it's helping the planet we know. Also that these beneficial ingredients are helping are babies and I love that just like dual purpose mission. So I'm curious. What is the long-term big lofty goal for you guys? What do you hope to accomplish over the long term with serenity kids yes so are kind of product strategy is to grow our product line with baby della so she was born the day we we launched for sale with our first two flavors and now we have eight flavors on the market in two weeks? We'll have ten are bison and Turkey. Flavors are launching in two weeks and so we are expanding our pouch line. And then we're also gonNA start experimenting with some different baby finger foods because basically I'm looking at what I'm buying defeat Della from other baby food companies. You know. There are some foods out there that I are in formats really that I would like to be able to. You start offering and so really what I'm trying to do is health affi- or more nutrient dense options for a lot of the baby foods that are out there now. You know different kinds of options and then we really have a very strong desire to get into the children's food market because as you you know as a mom you know that the foods that you can buy out there for kids you know. It's like chicken nuggets and Mac and cheese and that's not what I want to feed my kid kid for the most part maybe on occasion but not very often. She hasn't eaten any of those things yet. So we're really looking forward to working with manufacturers that they may not get it necessarily from a nutritional philosophy but they can see the dollar signs right parents want this stuff. They're desperate for healthier food to feed their kids if you look around. There's actually a lot of innovation happening and the kids foods face. It just doesn't always work for whatever reason you know whether they're not great business people or it tastes bad or the packing wasn't right. You know every consumer package goods company doesn't succeed and so we we are determined to be one of the ones that is going to. We're doing really well so far and have no reason to see that changing. And so you know. I'd really like to expand span the the market to be with older kids and then I mean shoot. Someone asked me yesterday. You Know How do you feel about foods for the elderly and I'm like man. I go to my grandma's house and I see that she drinks those insured drinks. which if you look at the number one ingredients corn syrup like it just makes my blood boil oil like my grandma's nine years old he didn't need to be eating trash basically met its food? Industrial Food Waste. She doesn't need to be eating. That I mean it just makes me so upset. So at some point possibly other other adult options or who knows the are stated mission is is to make children healthier by offering nutrient dense foods that tastes great to kids and our convenient for parents. And there's just really nobody doing all three three of those things you know like sometimes they're nutrient dense but they don't taste gutter. Maybe they taste good but they're hard to prepare if we can make it easier for parents if either healthy like that's the that's the goal and and when we would define healthy as nutrient dense and that's one thing a lot of companies make mistake as they call organic Mac. It can cheese quote healthy because it doesn't have GMO ingredients you know and that's organically grown but there's no nutrition it. I mean it's rice flour and and not not a low grade dairy. So it's like not very much attrition in there so we would have really and it turns out new really good a meat and high fat and and quality vegetables taste better to they. Actually if you don't use if you skip the grains you don't need the sugar if you've got the fat and so we're really excited about finding anyway to make it all tastes good so kids genuinely like it but it's also convenient. You guys are so right. I think we need to change the entire conversation around maybe food and kids food and I think of that every time time I take my kids out to eat because like you said I don't buy the kid options in my house. We make food from scratch in our house but every time we eat such a reminder of like the only thing that our society thinks thinks that kids want to eat chicken nuggets pizza and hamburgers and kids deserve better than that and kids are capable of so much more than that. I loved it. You guys are part of evolving that conversation conversation as well and I'm hopeful like you said there's so much demand for this with parents. I'm really am hopeful that we're GONNA see a groundswell of movements and companies like you guys leading the charge and parents making better better choices at the grocery store and at home and that will really see this turnaround over the next decade. Or so and I know that you guys share that. Hope as well. This podcast broadcast is brought to you by radiant life Cadillac radiant life because a woman owned family run online health. Ammonia company that specializes in food based supplements nutrient nutrient dense foods. eco-friendly housewares water. Filtration purification after spending over twenty years in the health industry radiantly relies that one of the overlooked components of wellbeing is often access to clean healthy hydrating water now. 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Yeah you know something that that we couldn't really talk about it all before we had a baby who a it baby food particularly our baby food was what are the effects of the FAM- on the family of a child who eats a super nutrient dense low processed foods. Woods low sugar high vitamin high-fat Diet. Because there's not a lot of evidence out there yet you know. It's it's hard to double blind studies on babies and feed them WANNA bunch of sugar sugar in one of liver and see how they live and so now we can actually start talking about it so our baby della is fourteen months old and she she has been sick once maybe twice actually she has had to cold like two days. Yep She sleeps like a dream. I mean it's spectacular her. She has some talk. I'm going to go there so her poop is amazing we have an office nanny for her. And another Co workers child and she's been in the nursery industry for two years. She's had one two year olds in her classroom preschool and she said I thought that blowouts and constant illness where part of childhood and a part of infancy but these girls don't get sick and they they're poop. It's so normal it's like the diaper changes are easy and I thought you know blow up through normal and it turns out. They're not so you know looking at. I know that having children can be stressful for for some people in families I mean it changes your whole life right and so we want to contribute in a way that makes the family more more serene necessarily kids would imply right. You know I mean when you've got a kid who's not having insulin spikes and sugar crashes as result of eating a ninety gram of sugar breakfast the equivalent of than you don't have the As many meltdowns and you have nice hats bats and you have a kid who's healthy and who is just playful and inquisitive and curious like kids are and they don't need to spend their time doing extra arrest recovering from illnesses fighting things off. You know they get to spend their time enjoying themselves and enjoying you and you know we. We have such a great family life Majo- Della and we attribute part of it definitely to her nutrition or nutrition. You know from a mental health perspective there is there is a direct correlation to diet and mental health. And you know that's one of the things that we're hoping to learn more and more about and even possibly help help start. You know a lot more awareness of the connection between Diet and mental health. You know so many kids. Now are the put on mood-altering medications and I. I mean I just breaks my heart knowing that you know if if they if their parents had available available foods and maybe had a little bit more knowledge of nutrient density that kid might lead a happy serene life. The steps are quite scary. I mean you you know. People think of our health food organic food as maybe a luxury or a thing to do. We can afford it or like a premium product. But it's but it's an forbid anybody like extremity who've had health issues knows it's not an option like we won't be sick we will be miserable But you know the people who can get by maybe but babies you know one one in five kids is being diagnosed diagnosed obese. Babies are being diagnosed obese as young as eighteen months old One nine will get diagnosed with diabetes at at some point in their life you one eight will be given anti like a mood altering drugs for mental or behavioral emotional disorders bother children. The the F. is a kid and these are all stats from the CDC. And so this is an urgent situation. And we know that sugar and food a relate it to all of those things not to mention everything he said about sleep and poop and and immunity and and moot but sugar's a direct correlation and healthy not diet actually starts in infancy. There's a key thing called the flavor window you know right when babies first started eating foods where they formed their power preferences. And if you give them only you these sugary fruits that are in traditional baby foods. They'RE GONNA be tainted toward sugar and they're not gonNA WANNA eat savory foods there you know a lot of parents talk about. Oh my baby. Won't me my baby warning vegetables. There's like this anti vegetable meam that kids don't like vegetables and I don't think it's actually true. I think it's that they were taught to like sugar really early on from these sugary baby foods and If we introduced Savory Food Adele elite anything. She loves her. Favorite foods are all. If soon loves Brian Alice she'll eat an entire lime like skin and all like loves lime. You know like shields liver office starting to make some beef bone broth liver liver. Verb Roth mixture that she gulps down like loves the taste of the liberal broth. And you know. And it's setting her up for a lifetime of being able to eat healthy instead of training kids to be sugar addicts from day one and then continuing beating the more and more shirts I learned one little tip. I was on some like a you know one of those online courses. This and I recorded a little lesson and the woman suggested feeding her greens powder trying trying to feed your kids a little bit of Greens powder to get the more acclimated to the bitter taste tastes. Because you know it's hard for babies to chew up a bunch of Kale when you willing Ortiz or whatever and so never forget A header on the highchair and I had my green powder out that I put my smoothies right right and I'm like all right. How right Della here you go? Am I had a little bit on the end of a spoon and give a turnkey. She made like she tasted it and she smacked it around a little little bit. She looked around like well that different tastes and then she looked at me and she reached for the spoon and she wanted some more. I just kept giving it to her. She kept eating it and I was like what in the world. This is blowing my mind because I don't I tasted it. It's been terse obiter you know and I had such a hard time. Learning bitter tastes because I was a sugar addict as a kid. And you know I was that a lot of sugary things in lots of crackers Bagheri does in a sitting and you know it just wasn't something that I was used to seeing being a kid do and I'm just so grateful that we've had this. I'm not grateful that we had the health crises that we did. But I'm grateful for what we learned as a result and how we are now hopefully leading the charge like you said and teaching other parents Little little ways that they can make their kids live so much better. It's it's worth the cost you know. The fact is nutrient dense. Food costs more. You know a steak costs more than apple. Grass Fed state costs more than a steak and Dan. So we've had to really challenge the the price of what the what they're charged for baby foods which is anywhere from a dollar two dollars pouch for these organic fruit race race you know our our veggie peers are 399 is double the cost. And you know is it's worth And the Before are quite scary. You know health found that average toddlers nine teaspoons of sugar a day and that's added pitcher. They weren't even talking about fruit they were just saying what's in just these toddler products. All this added sugar nine teaspoons a daily has more added sugar tonight. These publisher getting Dan Chino. The animal studies suggest sugars. More addictive than cocaine so the food industry is essentially really profiting from people being addicted to sugar. They're profiting off of grains being extremely cheap terrible for the environment actually no nutrition but very cheap to produce and so like they keep trying to make these kids foods with with with organic sugar and grains. Because that's what they're used to. So we're really flipping that whole thing up and saying no. Let's leave those out entirely. Let's focus on meat and veggies the best sourcing. Let's charges charge as much as we need to charge for. It and trusted parents will pay. Because you know it's your biggest car about exactly and that's people pay that much or more for kids. It's meals in restaurants so if a lot yeah exactly you know. Put it in that same amount for something that's really actually nutrient dense insisting to get them a lot farther. Are there in life real quick. I want to have a couple more questions for you guys but where is running the kids available. I know there'll be links in the show notes and I know your website and thrive market. But where can people find it. We're in a lot of stores nationwide. All whole foods is nationwide. Where in a couple of other big chains in the Midwest were hy-vee Wherein Harris Teeter and kings on the east coast stop and shop in the northeastern lots of CO OPS in independence? If we're not in your co op ask them about US until to bring us in. We've had had a lot of parents get our products. Hell just by asking for the store as most stores don't haven't seen good baby ever in their dying for something new so we're in about fifteen eight hundred stores nationwide now and growing quickly and of course you can find us on Amazon drive market and on our website can use the wellness mama discount. And that's where you're going to get the best prices in the most access to the knoop rocks and all those links you guys will be in the show notes Wellness Mama Dot. FM So you can find them there A couple of last. Wrap up questions. I love to ask I being if there is a book or number of books that have really impacted your life so what they are and why. I'm not a big reader so this was easy for me because I read a book my Sophomore Year High School called Peaceful Warrior. which probably if I read it? Now it'd be really silly but Eh the time. It opened my mind to this idea that Um were not stuck being any certain way that we can constantly change evolve ourselves Particularly feelings that we don't have to be angrier. We don't have to be depressed that we can decide that we're going to take different attitude and enjoy life better letter and that the most joyful thing life is going to be doing the right thing rather than doing the pleasurable thing that doing what feels right. unfulfilling is what's is going to to to lead me the most happiness and that really set me on this path of social justice in saying. Hey even if it's harder even if it's not funny but it doesn't make as much money I'm going to be happier verify. I'm making the world better making myself better rather than just doing. What's fun and easy and for me? My book kind of kind of like joes peaceful warrior was official by Daniel Quinn. I read it in my early twenties and maybe late teens for the first time and I realized that this you know this beacon that we call civilization civilization might actually not be the biggest beacon out there and that may be wild peoples have a better life and so that's one of them and then for me for for this children's nutrition topic the kind of foundation of my children's nutrition philosophy really came from the nourishing traditions book of baby and Child Care. That's one of the ones I read. Just cover to cover During my summer nerd him and realized relies so much. About how Western price was you know pioneer in his field and really started talking about the dangers singers of processed foods and agricultural type byproducts really early on in the nineteen twenties. And we're just now starting to the repercussions of that too great resource I love it. And lastly any parting advice. You WanNa leave with our listeners. Today can be related to babyhood or something entirely separate for me. It's about parenting and it's something I've learned these less fourteen months and really it's just about being gentle with yourself. You know all the podcasts and all the books and all the blogs you know you're you're GONNA have high standards out therefore why should feed my baby you know liver and bone broth and potatoes `tatoes every day and you know as a parent like you can't always do that. Even we don't always do that. I thought for sure I would at least make some of Della Zone pureed. Hey baby food but I haven't I feed her kids and it's just do the best you can with what you've got. You're doing a a great job in that vein. My advice would be that if there's one thing you do as a parent it's avoid. Shame both Tamed Yourself. As serenity is describing nobody's perfect but also shames the kid you know like I would have a lot of behavior challenges. I did a lot of things that adults adults didn't like and I kept took on this idea that I'm bad and that You know fundamentally worthless and incapable that is GonNa take a lifetime to undo you and so obviously we need to redirect lers behavior and we need to help them learn healthy behaviors and lifestyle and we just have to be really careful that we never instill the message that there's anything wrong with them that they're bad or that they're wrong in any way and so to me. That's the most important thing that no matter. What you do as a parent you the combat the shame that society puts on kids and avoid shaming them yourself? I absolutely loved that. I say that's my kids often too. 'cause I don't think that was something I was given given earlier. I know my parents loved me. But that was never really reinforces. I tell my kids all the time that I love them absolutely unconditionally. And there's literally nothing they could ever do. That would change that Just I WANNA make sure they have that anger. I think you're so right both of you. That's a perfect place to end you. You guys are so easy to interview. That was amazing. I love both of you. I love what you're doing and I'm so grateful to who can be part of this journey with you. Thank you for your time today. Thank you so much as little lasting you Katie. For All you do and near six kids and thanks thanks to all of you for listening and sharing one of your most valuable resources your time with all three of us today. We're so grateful that you did. And I hope that you will join me again on the next episode of the wellness. Honest Mama podcast. If you're enjoying these interviews would you please take two minutes to leave a rating or review on I tunes for me. Doing this helps more people to find the podcast which means even more moms and families can benefit from the information. I really appreciate your time and thanks as always for listening.

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