23 Burst results for "Baucom"
"baucom" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Voices and perspectives. You'll want to hear from glisten wherever you get your podcast these stunning looking for the rest of the league. After the first six games played probably no surprise to many of you that buy in munich a sitting at the top right now. Three points clear of. Let's talk about what's coming up. Then this weekend bercy adult Taking on augsburg remember holland on his debut in the bundesliga. Got the hat trick against augsburg back in january. Twenty twenty what. He's not available list. We will you even think. Well i'm going to sitting in off going there tomorrow but as you said is out injured got an injury before the gladbach game. Last last round they thought it will be fit again for the champions league didn't happen i know he's not playing tomorrow either. Which means that. He can't play for norway against turkey. Montenegro very very decisive Vacation games for us so we are turning into depressionol norway on there was of course the big big headlines today dot says alley is out for for the games on that. Well that is a blow for us. Because we don't have a lot of hopes where he was one of our main main oaks of course hale replace me on then well alexander sirloin talking to norway. Alexander sodas is injured twos and oakwood joshua king the place in england acids for for for your for -dorsements Marlon who came from dutch football. He scored his first goal in the champions league so he could play up front all they can do the old trick that sometimes do they use to do endorphin and play this. Small players from fencing small like brown thought roy's or hassard played up demo from playing out spoke tomorrow at oxford struggling. Big time so. I think that we okay tomorrow and i think senior from doi. Dorfman's point of view. They happy that international break. No so they can get him. One hundred percent fits said his injured will take two or three weeks on now. He's gone one week so sad for norway. But i guess that is good for him to get him fit twitter wounded. Start again now. Meanwhile i take a taking on baucom. They have got to win this one haven't they do. I mean When he six nil jesse march everybody was happy on played up his credit. Going going into the league and then they lose against brute. Bruce brigger as we say at home which was terrible folded and just much needs needs to produce some. There's a lot of to do his football professor under the head teacher of all read both things. Although he's not there anymore said they should never have that nagas mongo to by munich and he was support. Rav of Show so i think the only way you can stop. Stop lights Just in march being headlines. All the time. It's still to win football games front. Play bowen home. That should be easy having said that if you you can't win that game to start all over again and now you'll have a close eye on by and taking on amtrak frankfurt yulia nagas will be forced to make a few changes though. What can we expect well. First of all the last time strength would one in munich. At one time in forty years there was a very good looking gray hair. Long had norwegians go to winners from this Think yang yang or something right. Yeah but but but but it's an interesting going to buy because they look fantastic moment on. They said there was no death squad but they've been flying since nagas month came there and it's interesting for frank fano windy and unfair but that was the first win of coach glasner but still going to elian. Serrano should go that oath to only lose three nil. As you're trying to win a lose. Seven i sorta making dressing challenging going to buy it. Because by munich. Leroy sahni wigan abry.
"baucom" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast
"I take through a process to let go of the emotions around that and then it was like. How do you feel now when you think about your friends treating you this way. She goes feel okay. Said you know they still hate your gods. How come you're feeling okay. And then she goes. 'cause other people don't decide how i feel and i said oh my god if adults could understand that it would change the world yet so one of the things that was affecting her when she was taking it personally and that is It's at found that to be an interesting topic to work with people to to work from not taking things personally to take nothing personally That whatever's going on can be feedback can be. You can have some important information for us but to take it personally. Meaning we take it to mean something bad about us that gives a the other person power that Don't deserve and be reduces our own Volition our own capacity of acting in certain ways and so I'm i'm constantly working with people saying don't take it personally. I had a client. That said q tip one day. I said what he said. Quit taking it personally. And he had a q. Tip that he carried with him as a reminder of quit taking it personally. I like it's brilliant. You know we we need reminders. Yeah but the thing is leeann. If i was in session with you and you said that it's like lee you're a nut. What do you mean. don't take it personally. Because at that point that person it's hitting the core of who they are and a lot of people go into that fighter flight mode like deep deep state. and then what you're saying is very intellectual and all truce. How do you crossed that that bridge when somebody's in that place of being wounded and they can't hear your advice yet or it just sounds like you're just being glib when you're not so how'd you guide your clients to cross that bridge and they finally realize..
"baucom" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast
"What turns me on is when you find something in one domain of knowledge. Let's say chemistry and then you focusing on leadership but humans and you take a concept from chemistry and you map it over to human development like that cross pollination when that happens i think that is a spectacular thing appeared on theory says that that's where innovation happens anyway because people who are in the field are stuck in the paradigm and so people from the outside bring something in from their place and And that's where the big jumps happen in most paradox At some point shock when even experts are going move away from the world view but the big shifts often come from outside true and also hobbies like you described a. You're interested in many different things. And i've heard of people you know. Launching satellites in space and their hobby is origami and then all of a sudden they figure out how to fold a satellite in a smaller space. So they can actually get a more efficient payload so that cross pollination is pretty amazing. I still use magic. I took up jujitsu several years ago. And i realize sometimes i'm kind of doing something one place to have the attention one place while while i'm setting up something else somewhere else it's pure misdirection from for magic days. That is brilliant so earlier on in the conversation. You mentioned that you know. We've got this empathy built in where hot hotwired for it. I think there's a quote from queen elizabeth. They went something like. I learnt just like monkeys. Do i watched my parents in on how to be a queen so we learn by those mirror neurons amway quickly develop and then some people that empathetic side of things. They shut it down. And how do you think that happens. And why do you think that happens. So many times the empathy we shutdown is for people who are different than us and the easiest to disregard that because that would be a challenge to us if.
"baucom" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast
"Thank you for sharing that. But here's a question for you. I noticed your voice and your tonality did this guy have that same kind of disbelief. A wonder no. I could never say that in front of the judge did he kind of go into fall into that. Oh he was convinced that you know of course. That would be ludicrous for him to do that. In front of judge and a proven my point i mean. It's the same thing. I've talked with people the same thing if the police officer is in front of you. Would you be saying what you're saying. And of course not why. Because i'd be in trouble that's control absolutely what really amazes me is our ability. What you just did was for that compensation you channel. This guy like you had so much empathy with him. That as you retelling the thing. You're actually stepping into his space. Because i could hear that. Like i could never do that for a judge. It wasn't like data. You're sharing it was like he was stepping into his mindset..
"baucom" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast
"You can see this because it's an audio podcast. But i'm holding a pen in my fist. And if you were here li it would take a lot for you to grab this out of my hand. And i think people hold onto their reality in the same way and it's my job and perhaps your job is not to change their reality but loosen the grip on it. So they have. The possibility of change seems to be the first now. I mean if we are convinced that we are a right and be. Nothing's going to change. Then we'll be right and nothing's going to change so whenever there's a possibility of change it's because we see the potential for before we step into it. Do you remember that movie young frankenstein. So this is one beautiful scene that i love there in the penitentiary. Graveyard digging up corpses. And dr frankenstein is basically saying. Oh my god. My career has come down to this in his trustee assistant. Igor says it could be worse he says how could it be worse. And he said it could be raining in the sky opens. And i think that's wonderful and be the opposite of that is if things are going. Well that can always get better. Yeah yeah and you know. The question is how we tap into that for ourselves. And so i spent a lot of time talking with people about what they have in their control and the starting point there three three things we have in our control. And that's it and its aspirations attitude and actions and the first one the aspiration. That's what we dream about. You know where. Where do we want to go with this and to me. That's always the beginning point of building. Hope do i have a place that i want to move to. Someone comes to me and they just didn't know where they're going. That's the first place we're going to spend some time. What what are they dreaming of. What is what is their hope was placed. Do they want to move into an intel. A found that it. It doesn't matter what else we do..
"baucom" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast
"I had the pleasure of having. Lee baucom here with me today. He's the chief. Dr biologist at aspire coaching lee. Welcome to the program. Thanks for having me amar great to be here. I love your website if you're talking about being minimal and simplistic and getting the point across whoever did that did a genius job. Then we try. We try to make sure we're on message of simple as best. Isn't that always the case. It's a but sometimes we have this need but you don't understand the needs to be fancy we need to do this and we ended up muddling the message. What do you think that human need is to look more pretty than we are. Sometimes we kind of muddle things. I'm not sure it's necessarily about looking pretty as much as we always are looking for more complicated thing when i was a teenager. I was a magician. Did a lot of magic shows and learned a lot more about psychology. Doing that than i ever did in graduate school or anywhere else and one of the things that always surprised me is the complicated ways people would come up with house ruin metric sometimes was a very simple straightforward thing and they would come up with the most convoluted ways to explain it in that. I think that's just kind of human nature that we try to find the most complicated thing when we think we're simplifying so i'll take a site a tangent just for a moment I was on stage. Just before covert hit. I was in orlando florida in. I was staying at this motel and they had this little magic castle there and they had a show monday evening in the My sales show started the next day. So magic show gotta go to that and so saw the magic show which was brilliant. But then they invited me to sit down with a group of magicians. Some of them were like in the seventies and eighties in this. Like that guy. There he meant a district that went worldwide. It was such a magical time hanging out with people that create allusion for a living. It was like one of the highlights of the pandemic. You must have been in. La this was in orlando. It was all that was kind of like a a little rundown kind of family thing. Just outside of orlando but their magic castle was pretty cool. I'm not sure they call it a council but it looked like one to me now the the magic castle that all of. That's that's la so just curious. So what's amazing this two things that have transcended the time because pretty much. If you show a kid these days you know something in technology that god. That's so yesterday and literally might have been yesterday but still to this day adult or child if you showed them some fireworks they're still magic in there is and of course magician still transcends time and space so that need for wonder is like almost hot wired within us it really is. I mean that it has into our need for something spiritual something some sense that there's something bigger than us and you know i find that myself put myself in situations where i have to stand in awe..
Lee Baucom, Ph.D. On How to Survive and Thrive in Life
"I had the pleasure of having. Lee baucom here with me today. He's the chief. Dr biologist at aspire coaching lee. Welcome to the program. Thanks for having me amar great to be here. I love your website if you're talking about being minimal and simplistic and getting the point across whoever did that did a genius job. Then we try. We try to make sure we're on message of simple as best. Isn't that always the case. It's a but sometimes we have this need but you don't understand the needs to be fancy we need to do this and we ended up muddling the message. What do you think that human need is to look more pretty than we are. Sometimes we kind of muddle things. I'm not sure it's necessarily about looking pretty as much as we always are looking for more complicated thing when i was a teenager. I was a magician. Did a lot of magic shows and learned a lot more about psychology. Doing that than i ever did in graduate school or anywhere else and one of the things that always surprised me is the complicated ways people would come up with house ruin metric sometimes was a very simple straightforward thing and they would come up with the most convoluted ways to explain it in that. I think that's just kind of human nature that we try to find the most complicated thing when we think we're simplifying
"baucom" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show
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He is probably the most high profile contrarian against fao ci ism based on the data. I think that's a fair with he's willing to say hold on little lab coat tyrant thou- cheesy is actually not correct. And here's why he's willing to say that all along so clay. And i have been putting him on for a long time but it is open line. Friday eight hundred two eight two two. Eight eight two barrington in just about fifteen minutes or so it will be joining us right at the top of the next hour sharon in brooklyn new york nyc in the house. What's up sharing. Yes hi i'm a city. Employees and regarding the vacs mandate. I was told either. I don't come back. And i just wanna know like. Where do i start in terms of pushing back. I'm i'm one person. We're all very much You know in our own little bubble. And i just wanna know like we're i even start. You know there's still blasios just dictating mandates. You know Playing with with this communist Agenda here and just where do i go. What do i do. What's your financial situation share. Because i think. That's the first question that i would ask in general. If you didn't have your job tomorrow would you be able to take care of your family. Would your overall lifestyle be able to continue in the same way. Because i think this is where the rubber meets the road. And that's the first question that i ask anybody on a situation like this but i think i would be well. You know when you're a deal we employees. It's it's you know you a pension you know they have Like this net. You're kind of tied into something. Where like the long you work the more. You know the better your pension at the end and i guess i worked at the pd. I know that was the big. That was the big thing share. And i was a civilian contractor terrorism expert working for intel division. But i just bring it up. Because i remember those guys. They work for twenty further pension right. So yeah you leave at sixteen or seventeen years. Whatever i mean. That's a huge and i'm sure if that way for a lot of other city jobs sharon there's no this is why i'm i'm kinda shouting from the rooftops. We need people in positions of power in places across the country distort protecting under rights of conscience. almost like. you're a conscientious vaccine objector. If you will under rights of conscience antidiscrimination statute. We have to have people who say you can't be forced to get the vaccine. It won't happen in new york anytime soon but if it would happen somewhere clay at at least we'd have the beginning of the resistance and look share in my answer and then what. We can't tell you what to do. But buck what they're trying to do is paint people into a corner where they have no other option. And that's why. I think it's so frustrating to so many people out there. If you are required to have your job most people have to get out of bed every day and go to work in order to be able to live in their lifestyle as is. I'm to be honest with you. I would go ahead and get the vaccine right if you i would not put myself into financial straits over. This is my personal opinion. If you are fortunate enough to have financial stability and or you can go to another job because your job is somewhat mobile. I would use that as an option. Say that i mean you might have to get the facts at the next job though. This is the thing and challenge. They're going to keep chasing you. So while i hear exactly what you're saying share and i think that you gotta do. What's best for you. And you can be the only real judge of that but i think that you know take care of yourself and your family and only you can really know what that means. I'm sorry you're putting this position and this is why the tyrants all across the country are finding ways to force me this one of the most common questions we get buck. I get this. I bet every day from. I don't want people that work hard. Did the right thing you know. I don't want them losing their pensions abstracts. I know i'd like to say oh. But what about this. what about. It's not gonna change in new york brad in south dakota slightly deficit sharon by the way. Thank you for sharing your story. Brad and south dakota what are you got. Forest love the show. Thanks for taking taking the call. A retired intercity cop Spent twenty one years in an area near los angeles have been shot at punch kick scratch. Claude crashed into was deployed to the la riots in nineteen ninety-three like to offer a little perspective on the bab shooting one. This man is not a hero at all in my opinion and the of every cop. I know he's a coward. No no manual. No training ever would say in a in a crowded riot of disorderly. A situation like that. Would you indiscriminately crank around off into the middle of that crowd without knowing who your or what you're doing in by the way he claims he was there to protect you. Know the the congress people missing that and the other thing. I've got a question gentleman and nobody's talked about this about this for a minute. If that guy was really believing that why krankl one round off. Why not every one of those people is climate around. This is what i've been saying based on you tell me your actual actual retired law enforcement based on the use of force justification here. He could've shot the six people up against that door killed them to write. What am i missing missing anything. And that's the whole thing is it. It just disgusts me as retired cop here. This guy talked to himself as a hero. That's despicable no matter. What the situation in second others calling him a hero. He's not a hero he's a coward. He cranked the panic and he cranked around off and he knew he did wrong. That's why only shot one time. Brad really really appreciate call horton perspective. By the way. I i know a bunch of law enforcement experts and people know i spent time. The nypd career now retired law enforcement officer. Uncle cop beat cop and klay. They're all they're all saying the same thing so people say oh. This is a clear cut. It absolutely is not a clear cut case a use of force. Let me also say one. Other thing i've never nor has any conservative. They do not celebrate when there's a lethal usa for it's always a trend. It's always a tragedy. There were people celebrating this guy as if you know. He shot osama bin laden on social media yesterday leftists are psychopaths and the fact that he would even claim that he saved. Countless lives is a hundred percent repudiated. By what actually happened on that day and we talked about this. Hardly anybody even discussing this story because of the mess. That's going on in afghanistan and because it covert when we come back i think he is the most interesting and has been proven to be the most often correct person who has been covering kovic since this madness began eighteen months ago. Alex berenson is going to join us and break down the very latest on the numbers. Israel england the declining efficacy of the vaccine. The booster shots. He told us all about that weeks ago. Where are we headed now. He is going to do a fantastic job helping us to close out the final hour of the week. Joe subscribe to the podcast. Thanks for hanging with us. You're listening to clay travis and buck sexton fundy. The.
"baucom" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"And i think You know him do in vegas jerry and it's going to be nice tune up here in a couple of weeks and We'll get a glimpse that You know how things look for for baucom later in the year. so yeah. that's some big news coming out of the world of off road. Know one of the big things. And i know the opening segment. You never quite know where. I'm gonna where i'm going to go with it but You know yes olympics You know the olympics is going on and For the first time ever they brought in some action sports got surfing. Bmx skateboarding kind of cool to to see that. And i know there. There's there's been a lot of memes going arouse sent benson people you know. Talk skateboarding and and really kind of Been brutal on the. Us skateboarding team. You know and you know. And i know they're saying oh we didn't bring our eighteen and this and that and you know why should we be. Why was there so many falls in the olympics. And things like that you know and Gymnastics it'll falls much you know. It's a judge discipline. Wise skateboarding laser guys. Falling things like that and I guess you know part of me goes. We did bring our eighteen yet niger. Houston which i. I'm not gonna put street skating. Competition street skating. You know in general in the same category but niger globally recognized. You know unarguably as probably the greatest competition street skater currently in the world You know he was there presenting the united states you know. And obviously we had jagger eaton who ended up taking a third. But everybody's gonna y y this why that and you know and we fell too much in and skaters fall too much and why you know. Why isn't that. You know like gymnastics where they nail everything and i'm looking at it going you know. They are very similar right individual sports. Where you're judged on your performance in the you know basically the difficulty of your routine the difficulty your tricks determines how you know how well you execute them determines how well you do scoring wise right well. I think the big thing that you've got that you've got to take into consideration. Here is there are a lot of similarities in gymnastics and skateboarding. The biggest difference though biggest difference in my eyes is that if you walk a walk if you compete on balance beam you compete on floor. Beat on vault compete on You know bars. Whatever you compete on It's the same you can go to A set of uneven bars in japan. You can go to set of uneven bars in new york city you can go to a set of uneven bars in toronto canada. Mexico city europe You know right here. Parker is owning. You know what it's gonna be the same same with the balance me same with falk all the dimensions. Everything's the same. So what you're looking at can be replicated. Any where in the world thing was skateboarding and bmx for that matter and actually surfing depending on the ways..
"baucom" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey
"Hey guys welcome to relatable happy tuesday. Today we are talking to dr voting baucom. He is the author of faultlines. Of course he has written many books and he has spoken many places and worked nitty places within evangelical ism. And you guys. I'm sure know him. Well the last episode that. I did with him Almost a year ago probably was one of my most popular episodes ever both on youtube and listening and so if that is any indication to you of how good this interview that you are about to listen to is going to be. Let that beer indication because he really is such an insightful in clarifying and wise person especially when it comes to issues of social justice and racism that are really just controversial within the church today. So he's going to give ice a lot of his a lot of his insight into that today. So without further ado here is.
"baucom" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac
"Come when someone saying something and they go home and they get on the personally mail and they sent him a note to john. Odell baucom and whoever You know they're not they're not doing it there in the factory on the factory floor in the apple design lab. That doesn't make any sense right. That would be the you know. There's information as leads afterwards. A bar at a party. You know Through private email. I guess if you know like let's just say the ad the prototype room right and they force you to put one on when you walk into that room. I mean that could keep you from taking a picture of something. I never really thought about that. Yeah right and where's the where's the where's the wh- how is this going to work. You know so yeah. It was very odd report. That thing i don't know plus this. This is the kind of thing that like you know. Upsets employees isn't it because then that means that not being trusted i mean most of the leaks coming out of the supply chain. Not out of them. And there's almost nothing leaks out of apple itself especially out of cupertino out of the the q. I mean what leaks out of there some some self west of maybe every now and again but you know like the apple. Con- no one's no one's gonna picture the apple con- no one's gonna pitch of the prototypes of the apple cart of the the models. That dumb mean no. No one has any clue what the thing looks like. Maybe because there are wearing body cameras. You know twenty. But it's all the league's out of supply chain out of the you know when they actually manufacturing these things and you've got you know huge on applicable to a million Workers you know. They're the ones who are leaking. Most of this stuff is since to me. Right hunt end comes leak out of apple itself. Yeah that that's a good point. I mean normally when we get leaks early on before things have gone to manufacturing it comes from mark gherman and it's just him describing what he's heard from people and they're not. It doesn't seem like they're sharing pictures. Or maybe they are. Maybe gherman verifies these things with pictures. They share with him. Who knows but then as we get towards more towards manufacturing. That's when we start seeing the leaks that that seem like they're coming out of the manufacturing process throw. He's really blurry they're like big picture as far off and it's like did. Why is that picture was taken in. Nineteen seventy five. What camera using and it's like. They're trying to be quick about it right. They're just tick quick picture and clearly body cameras would not stop those those leaks but maybe there are some leagues within apple that that they're trying to prevent for really super top-secret products and they want to make sure that you're gonna you're wearing a body cam. You're not going to leak man. I mean like they're gonna see everything that you're doing in your hands while you're interacting with the actual hardware and stuff. It seems to me like that would be a pretty powerful preventative measure. of course. everyone's working from home right now. So maybe maybe they're trying to get people to be more careful when they're working with hardware at home because they don't have as much control over what people are doing at home whereas apple. of course they have. Full control. Always security protocols in place so i don't know so you're saying you don't buy it in fact they're having to wear these cameras. Is that what you're saying or you're just like i don't really buy this story. I don't buy leander's dude. He's getting some information from specific team or a specific circumstance or a specific factory. Or something you know like. I don't think in general even even you know for You know Even for i think it's going to be really really specific. I it seems to me. I don't know i'm just going to skeptical. I see how the body camera would would would prevent it. The league's happening anyway. You know gherman doesn't believe it either. What he asked him on on twitter You know his apple really making staff workload sensitive projects where body cams discourage leaks and his answer was obviously not somebody else asked. He's insulted by the the notion that can be sure how. How would wearing body cancer prevent leaks anyway and gherman replies. It wouldn't and who would work for any company that requires you to wear a body cam to work on a gadget. Just more made up. Nonsense ignore no smiling as he was typing that out. That wiped out the smile for two three days. Smile will now return to the days. It will be before the smile comes back a funny someone. The here we go size up. He was just saying something that i was just thinking too. I wonder how long until sold it in charge of those cameras leaks exactly so phil instead of like a blurry picture of some top secret iphone. You're gonna get the full video from the body cam of the person who was working our our dog over and over again anyway. Yes so. I don't know if this is true but All we got we got john prosperous. Point is a really good point. That's kind of the key point isn't it but wouldn't it be easier just like if you if you have someone going into sensitive areas. They'd like johnny design studio all rather say that apple's design studio super-secret designs. You stick buddy cameras on everyone that means you video of everything that's in there. Yeah right we're gonna take away their phones you know and stick them in a safe or something until they come out you know. I mean that's more common. Isn't it to to to take away from people if you're going to see if they're gonna go rather than give them cameras you know it's funny. This is complete aside. You know who does that now or a lot of comedians. When you go to their shows they make you put your phones into these bags so that you can't record the comedy during the show so that they could make more risque jokes about worrying that people are going to leak the videos or put the videos online and so they can be. They can throw caution the win about offending people because they know that you're not going to be able to record it and if you can't post the video on social media than they the odds of them getting in trouble for some you know. Insensitive joke is is practically zero right so now when you go to some comedy shows they make you put your phones away and they hydrophones from you so that you can't record the show so yeah i don't know man i don't know if this story is real nop it is pretty funny. The idea thinking that you have a person wearing a body cam and then you hand this gammarra to some like low level. Security guard is getting paid like seventeen dollars an hour with the idea that he's going to keep the the footage from the internet so that we won't have like the entire two hour session with the new iphone seventeen broadcast to youtube. That's a pretty funny notion okay. Well let's let's wrap up with a fun story how to get a new apple. Watch face. I've got install right here i'm gonna i'm gonna attempt to show it to you guys but you all know how it works when you're trying to show people a new apple watch face it. Just let me see if i can. You get like your body like that there. We go listen blurry. Yeah that bigfoot back not watch base. I had to stretch for two to three hours in order to be able to do that for hope you guys watching contortion there because it's impossible to show your own watch face to somebody else like on the camera. It's like impossible so lewis. How do we get these new watch. Bases people wanna to watch phase. They want one of their country's flag. And i actually think this one's pretty cool. Yeah so they got the usa one going on. These are accompaniment to these new international collection bands at apple lodge this week Those things cost forty nine dollars. Twenty two different ones and each comes with accompanying stripes face. You can download from apple's website. But you don't have to. You don't have to buy the band you can just. If if all you want's to watch face you can do that and you know. It's like twenty two countries right. So i still don't understand exactly what it's only twenty.
"baucom" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast
"Examine dot org and click on events. You'll see cia there. That's where we teach you how to present the evidence for christianity and how to answer questions in a hostile environment. I'll be your instructor. Along with gregg cocoa gail j wallace natasha crane lisa childress brett cocoa. Several others will be instructors with you there for three full days august twelfth to the fourteenth out at calvary chapel chino hills. One of my favorite churches in america led by the great jack. Hibs so i hope to see you out there if you can squeeze into cia. You'll need to squeeze in the next ten days because the deadline is twenty. Fifth is a june fifteenth and we can only take sixty people so check it out there. Okay we're talking today. About how dr richard. Welcome in his book. Jesus in the eye witnesses demonstrates that the new testament writers must have been eyewitnesses and this is just one line of evidence out of many and it has to do with names. Let's do a little fun. Investigation into names Let's go back to the nineteen sixties. I was born in nineteen sixty one and one of the things that our government does very well. It keeps track of names. And if you go if you if you type in duck duck go your search engine there and you type in names. Top names by decade. You'll you can search the top names that were given to children in every decade according to the social security administration. What do you think the top names were given to boys in the decade of the nineteen sixties from one thousand nine hundred sixty two nine hundred sixty nine. Then we're going to look at the last decade from twenty ten to twenty thousand nine hundred okay. Here are the top ten names given by decade or given of two boys in the united states between one thousand nine hundred sixty and nineteen sixty nine number one michael while just going to go through the top ten. Michael david john. James robert mark william richard thomas. And jeffery those are the those were the top ten names given between one thousand nine hundred sixty one thousand nine hundred sixty nine now. Frank was number forty three. Nobody names their kid. Frank not even in the sixties maybe earlier than that but to family name. That's why my name's frank. Okay what do you think. The top ten male names were in the decade of twenty ten to twenty nineteen. You're ready here. They are noah. Liam jacob william mason ethan michael alexander james and elijah. Now how do those hula compare. Three names Three male names in the decade of the nineteen sixties made it to the decade of the twenty tens. Although they're in different order. Michael james and william are in both lists everything else is different. The other seven names are all different between the nineteen sixties and the twenty tens in fact noah liam and jacob were the top three names in the two thousand. Ten's they were not even in the top two hundred names in one thousand nine hundred and one thousand nine hundred sixties. That's how much different the names were just in about sixty years fifty or sixty years. Okay now how about the women. What were the top names for women in the decade of the nineteen sixties here. They are top ten lisa. Marie's susan karen kimberly patricia. linda donna. Michelle and cynthia okay. Here are the top ten names for the last decade. Two thousand ten to two thousand nineteen for women. You ready here. They are emma. Olivia sophia is a bella. Eva mia abigail. Emily charlotte and madison. Did you notice. There is no crossover at all. The names are completely different in the top. Ten between the decade of the nineteen sixties and the decade of the twenty tens the top. Three women names in the nineteen sixties lisa. Mary and susan hardly appear in the top. Two hundred and the twani tens in fact. Lisa and susan don't appear in the top two in the top two hundred and mary which was the second most popular name in the nineteen sixties in the twenty tens. Maria's at one hundred and twenty seven right after kinsley trinity and brielle after trinity. Kinsley and brielle. Do you see how much different the names are in. just fifty or sixty years. They changed dramatically. You say what is this all proof. Frank well what. Richard baucom does in his book. Jesus in the eye witnesses is. He does the same sort of thing except he does it. In first century israel or first century area known as palestine. And here's what he says in his book. What he does is he looks at a lexicon pulled together by a researcher in israel her name is tall eilon and in in two thousand and two. She looked at manuscripts papyrus. She looked at ossuaries which were burial boxes. She looked at inscriptions. She tried to gather as many names as she could from three thirty. Bc to about two hundred day although most of the names that she got were from the first century ad up to about the second early second century to up to about say one thirty five and what may be surprising is that we now know because of her research we now know as many as three thousand palestinian jews who lived during those five centuries from three thirty to about two hundred day. Here are the top names in the first in that period but most of these are from the first century majority or plurality them from the first century the top ten man names and the top ten women names according to this research. Now you're going to recognize many of these names because you hear about these names in the bible and that's the point. Okay here are the top ten man names from that period. Simon joseph lazarus judas. John jesus and a nias jonathan matthew matthias and manan. Those are the top ten man. Names top ten women names. Mary salone shalem. My'son hadn't heard that before. Martha joanna safira bernice emma maira and cyprus. Those are the top ten names now. Here's the interesting thing. This ranking of names is very close to the ranking in the new testament now back in two thousand twelve. I wrote a column on this on our blog. The cross examined blob. You can still see it from may twenty four two thousand twelve. It's evergreen okay. Because there's no there's no current event in here you go back and read it and it's still fresh and the title of it is. What's the name new evidence for the eyewitness testimony in the new testament. Let me just up some of the things that baucom found which you can read about in this blog i wrote back in may twenty four twenty twelve because he those top ten names at all. Those names found in. Ill leon's lexicon of over. Three thousand names here is what baucus concluded. Forty one percent of the men in first century. Palestine bore one of the nine most popular male names while percent of the men in the gospels and acts bore one of those names and he says that's a remarkable correlation. Isn't that amazing. They line up almost.
"baucom" Discussed on Understand the God Who Speaks
"John being the author of john's gospel. Now at this time somebody may ask well. Why did the author nauseous call himself with any fund self by the name of john. Why this is indirect reference Referring to himself as the disciple jesus loved. And i think the answer in short dispatched. As i've been able to determine. Is that the name. John is reserved in the gospel for john. The baptist he remembering the prologue and in in chapter one verse six. It says there was a man sent from god. His name was john. John the baptist and so i think to avoid confusion and always having to say which of to john's he's talking about john. Just you know removes any any possibility of confusion. And and just creates this epithet for himself. If you will the disciple whom jesus loved. It's just a perfect description of john's theology because he's been called the apostle of love He focuses on. You know god so loved the world to signature verson in john's gospel. John three sixteen and so for him to save. If i can only say thing about that i know is true about myself. More relationship with the lord is that god loves me and so it is just the perfect shorthand referring to himself in an in an unequivocal way. as the The author of john's gospel Without using his name. and by the way There's something similar going on with the name. Mary which also is a very common name in the first century of Richard baucom did an extensive study of of names in first century palestine and he concluded incredibly that about thirty percent of girls in palestine. Sanctuary balanced stand were named mary. And so you always had to say mary the sister of sewing so mary from magdala or some other Description so again. John and his hands full. We know there's several mary's in the gospels. It mentioned at different times Most notably mary. The mother of jesus and also mary magdalene is the first one to see the risen. Jesus and so. John does in her case is he never mentions the name of mary. jesus's mother. He history i the the mother of jesus like an john to at the wedding at cana. Well pretty much. All his readers knew that the you know what the name of jesus mother was anyway. So when jesus refers to marry. Matt dillon in john. Twenty is simply calls her merit and so again. There's no confusion in. The gospel. Dislike named john reserved for about this the name. Mary is reserved for mary. Matheson and disliking the case of mother and he just called her the mother of jesus his own case he refers to himself as disciple whom jesus loved.
What Does Mindfulness Mean To You?
"What does mindfulness mean to you. you know. it's interesting how we have gotten into this place. Where mindfulness is really big thing. When it's really presence. I mean i look around and is like every other creature does mindfulness automatically. Whatever is going on there they are and then there are us humans who take a simple idea and make it so complicated And and so I think it's just about being present Wherever you are. That's really where you are. I do a lot of work with relationships and one of the problems with relationships is there's a lack of presence in them you know they're people aren't even in conversations you can see somebody is already fast forwarding into the conversation And not even a part of the conversations going on right now. We live in a distracted world already. Much less the fact that we have an internal world And so mindfulness for me is just being present to this moment where i am what i'm feeling what's going on around me. What's going on with that other person and really being Keyed into that.
Stopping human traffickers in the Sahel
"The work of the un and its partners never stops to prevent human traffickers from exploiting desperate people in west and central africa as they embark on dangerous journeys across these heart desert in search of opportunities further north and in europe to explain what is being done to tackle smuggling gangs. I spoke to vessel coastal. He's the un refugee agency's special envoy for the central mediterranean situation of concern to us are refugees. War already formed protection in the country normally neighboring country or four gene but because of the issues relating to covid many lost their job loss sometime their shelter on some may consider moving on to try to find better protection elsewhere. One thing. I know that people might be keen to find out about how cold it has affected or impacted on migration. Because what's clear from the report released. Is that human smugglers human traffickers. They haven't had any trouble in going around the restrictions have they know absolutely. It's a market opportunity for smugglers traffic yesterday diversified. Their will for try to make some more attractive for these people to embark on those donates on in order to sit come vent a border closure in particular land border closure. They take higher risk on some of the people unfortunately trapping those journeys. Could you maybe tell me some life stories that are featured in your report from the u n refugee agency. There's one that really struck me a somali boy who was travelling unaccompanied from somalia to ethiopia to sedan and then to libya than ultimately to malta. Absolutely on we get to lia people like that they don't stop at the first country of asylum because editor condition are not there editor because they were confronted to incident in the first place. They arrive on the feel. It's not safe address some time. It's because the traffickers has light to them and told them well. We have a job lineup for you in libya. Make you cross through europe on. Those people don't realize that even before reaching libya they're going to get into trouble while crossing swatter countries because the so-called gentle smugglers actually turn very quickly nasty traffic years. Yeah let's just back that up with some data. I know you're report. Says more than five hundred people died trying to cross the sea from libya and twenty twenty often on overcrowded inflatable boats. So what is the. Unhcr the urine refugee agency trying to do with local governments when with local governments. We try to tell them to combat trafficking activity because there are too many known human traffickers that have never been brought to justice on that applies to many coastal states but we trying to work also with communities to tell them to offer another alternative that there might be other solutions on the weights too late when the people reach libya which wisden sarah territory because going to be tempting for people to want those boats on belief the traffic yourself telling them pretty. Tell me about some of your community initiatives. There's one that you cool telling the real story that tries to prevent smuggling and trafficking exactly debts targeting eastern africa mentally eritreans on somali we have mobilized diaspora in europe on the square to let people tell their story. What up to them. So it's sunny filter. Dissolve videos disarm chat forum where people talk to people in their language on. Tell them exactly what has happened to them to try to demystify. On debunk the narrative of the traffic use. Where's your focus at the moment because libya's being in turmoil for so long and it was such a poll for migrants. But we hear that bikini fast has a really growing displacement crisis to yes. there's been a significant increase. In displacement in the western side countries i mean most trillion people displaced because of the conflict. Not that many people leave the region. Manley malians few citizens from rookie. Necessa but many stay-at-home was displacing. Nesia stay nesia. They don't on baucom those dangerous johnny. So that's one area of focus western sale. The other one is the crisis linked to what has done in tigray recently over the last two months on the displacement weariness you appear on ensued. How can you tell me about some of the solutions for placing people who need international protection with their families and talking about family reunification. There are some pilot projects that you've launched with egypt sudan and others. Yes we try to look again at the narrative of many states saying you know but legal pathways exists. People need to use them rather than to embark on the dangerous journeys on. We realized that in reality goes legal. Press quiz extremely difficult to access. If you are refugee camp in eastern sudan you may not get the commission to leave the count to go to the capital city. Where you know. The unbe skilled the country where you have release may not be open or may not exist at all so what we try is facilitate access to the documentation on simply procedural four people. Could we quickly go back to the unaccompanied somaliland. Do you know what happened to him. He ended up in multi indian. Didn't he yes he did you. I don't know what happened to afterwards but the majority of those unaccompanied children from somalia depending where they come from. They will get a protective status in europe in principle
GroupMs Brian Wieser: 'Every brand should figure out how to be useful'
"I'm joined by Brian Weezer. Brian is the global president of business. Intelligence Group am Brian baucom. Thanks for having me Brian so I can think of no one better to do our first. Sort OF CORONA ERA podcast. I hope he will not be doing too many of them. But I do believe that this is going to move from being a topic to the environment but I want to hear from you about what this means the word that I hear repeatedly from everyone I talk to. And it's not a good word is uncertainty. That is a very good word. Uncertainty SEIZES UP ECONOMIES IT. Seizes UP COMPANIES It seizes up individuals. That's what economies our give. Give us a macro view of what we know and what we don't know right now. Sure I think that the the uncertainties exist in countries that are just going through it for how their countries will adapt and What outcomes we'll be there. That is uncertain. I think that you know when we look at what's happening in China. First of all as of this moment Friday march twenty nine forty one Pacific Time critical because whatever we say now may change in a minute or an hour. It's gotTa last till Tuesday. Brian let's hope. China is seeing pass towards normalcy there in a triage of sorts or patriotic. I guess that doesn't mean as positive necessarily but at least there's a sense of normalcy starting to return and so the other countries of the world have to consider first of all the scale of the spread. They have to consider the impact on a local economies. Initially the government response and then whether or not government responses might actually make things worse at a human level and economic level and then we have to consider whether or not all the disruptions to supply chains That really start with China's sort of the world's factory Have a knock on effect and these are all very uncertain. Things that you know as weeks progress will have greater certainty I actually still maintain a sense of optimism by looking at At China where you can see that they clearly messed up in the initial response but figured out the right tactics and they got to a place. That's better so I in a period of uncertainty And for the people operating businesses within this uncertainty. Everyone looks for examples right. They look back to the financial crisis. They look back to nine eleven and they they try to extrapolate some look back to the Spanish Spanish flu and the impact that that head how good of China's very different than the United States and from from a lot of Western economies the authoritarian regime. Yes they screwed up at first and then they have what they quarantined. Like hundred million people stuff we just simply are not going to do in these societies. So how good of a A case is that for how things will go say here Italy. Uk ETC in Western Economies yeah I I mean I'll push back on that I'll say that I think it is probably a good analogy Okay you know. We initially thought that Preventing people from you know. Departing in area was going to be Well unique let's say and I think we're seeing ily kind of going that path in and seeing that the consequences of not enforcing it right. They're not going to get over this if they don't And the same is true in France in Spain and they're not too much further ahead of the UK in the US. So I I it's not. I think the tools might be different. So in other words it's necessary to appeal to people and their their interests as human beings to adhere to certain policies. Such as social distancing. But I I do. Think that It's a demonstration of what is necessary To get through this over a four week or longer period of time and by getting over it I mean getting through a triage face. Sure so let's talk about AD spending. I mean you. We've talked many times over the years about your AD spending forecasts bellwethers sort of for the industry. Have you thrown them all out now? Well I mean. I think it's safe to say that You know positive expectations that one might have had in December probably unlikely to play out exactly as we anticipated The problem in in figuring out exactly what? The numbers will look like depend on a lot of factors. I mentioned all these other issues before with respect to anticipating the economic impact in any given country At the same time I think there's another issue with respect to You know different kinds of businesses are going to be impacted differently and I think that that can have an impact too so for example in a policy response in a country that makes your small businesses. Don't go out of business that will have an impact. It is different than country may be that supports their nationally oriented enterprises to large enterprises. They've so far that that that might be the path that we see between Europe versus the United States. So there's so many moving parts still that that really make it difficult impossible to do anything with right now so you can't sort of like re forecast. I mean you don't know if the Olympics are going to happen there are so many unknowns you don't know the government bailout package and how that will have an impact ultimately on the broader economy and and therefore on ad spending correct. It's too soon to tell okay. When are we going to be able to tell? Everyone is groping for. It's one thing to sort of go through a really difficult period. And there's always uncertainty in economic dislocation and this is somewhat unique. But when is there going to be more clarity do you think? And what does that clarity look like or do we just have to accept the fact that uncertainty is the norm? Well I I would say that China does provide a something of a lens through which we can look and the timing a with which we've seen what's happened in China gives us a and specifically we know that Alibaba and by doing way Bo All reported Their for their fourth quarter earnings and provided guidance around the first quarter the dates matter when they gave them because it reflects a point of view that would have been accurate at that point in time and with a conveyed was essentially. You know twenty to thirty percent decline in the relevant advertising. Belated line That was in the middle of the downturn They're really a couple weeks. After the lockdown began and You can do some math backing out of what that meant for that month and with him and for What they were then assuming for the rest of the quarter because you knew January's mostly normal You can further assume that there's a pace of a normal resumption of growth but this is where the uncertainty is for China. The question is how quickly does demand come back right How much will a potential slowdown in the global economy? Then impact China can trying to get its global capacity back really fast so that while the rest of the world is going through lockdown. Maybe we don't miss anything because China factories all come back Okay so there is some uncertainty on that that but we can see what the scale of the decline is in a country that goes through. Lock them and that. You're saying during the lockdown twenty to thirty percent. Well that was during the quarter and we know that January was a stable so okay now even more if we go through if China like had basically a month plus of complete utter dislocation and we go through three months of it. Well I think that's that's a that's a skill a differences pretty meaningful. And I think again but to your question about when will we have certain to your. How will we have certainty you know? We can look at the three models that I can point to so far. You have a country like Japan which responded pretty quickly and probably took hit. We'll see but You know a lot of things continuing as normal So probably not badly hit and you've places like they're in Singapore Taiwan Hong Kong. This is all assuming that we are able. We say Western economies are able to You know everyone's talking about flattening the but all all of these economies in Asia were able to arrest the the the virus is exponential grow. Let me clarify the. It's too late for The Japan scenario The the sort of middle case is the China scenario And the worst case is what you're seeing in Italy. How much were says. Does he get? We'll see it's it. That is too soon to tell him by the time. Someone's listening to this. Who knows which direction it goes But the the point is that we're seeing a worse outcome in Italy than we've seen in China Spain. Maybe going that direction too. It's not clear But other countries whether you get that kind of an outcome do get China. Oh come I think in a place like let's say India possible. They could avoid those worse outcomes maybe parts of Latin America. There will be places which can manage this but the the the point is that in the United States right were were passed that that place. We're Japan and South Korea were
"baucom" Discussed on WTOP
"Foods market just two ninety nine per pound through January twenty eighth while supplies last find more deals on the whole foods market at money news at twenty five and fifty five on WTOP what you got Jeff play Baucom Cass lost another one hundred forty nine thousand video subscribers last quarter that's five times the number of cable cutters a year earlier but Comcast also signed up another four hundred forty two thousand customers just for its broadband internet service first time claims for unemployment benefits rose for the first time in six weeks last week the number of Americans getting unemployment benefits as of last week was one point seven three million the federal government's thrift savings plan end of the year was five point nine million participants and six hundred thirty three billion dollars in assets forty three percent of T. S. P. participants are now in the lifestyle funds are L. funds which like for a one K. target funds yes please see Fonda did the best last year returning thirty one and a half percent the Dow finished the day down twenty six points the S. and P. five hundred index up for the nasdaq up nineteen it closed at a record just label WTOP news Democrats on the Senate floor explain why they think president trump abused his power the latest from the impeachment trial with our Mitchell Miller on the way for twenty seven your favorite things feel made for you your education should too.
"baucom" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens. US Senators have been sworn in as jurors in the impeachment trial of president in trump as NPR's Brian Naylor reports. It's been a day of pomp and circumstance in the chamber with the impeachment trial getting underway. Next week I the house impeachment manager I solemnly proceeded to the Senate Chamber where lead manager Democrat Adam. Schiff read aloud the two articles of impeachment a few hours later chief justice John Roberts who will preside over the trial swore senators in do you solemnly swear that in all things appertaining to the trial of the impeachment of Donald John Trump president end of the United States now pending you will do impartial justice according to the Constitution and laws. So help you God. Senators then signed an oath book. President and trump has been given until Saturday to respond to the chargers. The impeachment trial will begin in earnest. Tuesday afternoon Brian Naylor. NPR News Washington FBI agents have met with Republican Congressional candidate Robert Hyde about his communications with an associated. Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani details from. NPR's Ryan Lucas. The move comes days after a series of text messages that hide exchange with Parnasse an indicted associated rudy. Giuliani were made. Public is part of the impeachment inquiry in those texts. Six departments in March two thousand nineteen height appears to suggest that he is monitoring the movements of venue US ambassador to Ukraine Marie Ivanovich Hyde who has launched a long long-shot bid for Congress has sent suggested in comments posted online that the messages were joke for his part. Parnasse says he never believed that Uganda which was under surveillance. Meanwhile in Ukraine the country's national police says it is looking into the matter and it has asked for the FBI Assistance Ryan Lucas NPR news Washington. The Senate has given final congressional congressional approval for the US Mexico. Canada trade deal that will replace Nafta the bow came a day after the signing of an initial agreement between the US and China on trade read the US MCA now goes to president. Trump for signing into law replacing NAFTA was a centerpiece of trump's twenty sixteen campaign. The new trade agreement still needs Canadian approval before it can take effect for the first time in nearly a month the US and the Taliban are holding talks to try to hammer out a deal to reduce violence. I went in Afghanistan as Jennifer glass reports from Kabul. The latest talks are being held amid a Taliban offer for temporary ceasefire. The Taliban spokesman talks have been fruitful on are expected to go on for another few days if the US Taliban agreement is signed intra-afghan talks expected to follow soon after the Afghan government this is reported Taliban offer to reduce violence. NEFF Ghanistan is not enough that a full ceasefire is needed for negotiations between Afghans and the Taliban to begin Jennifer glass us in Kabul Wall Street stocks closed higher on strong earnings reports today. The Dow Jones industrials gained two hundred sixty seven points this is NPR news federal agents in Maryland and Delaware have arrested three men suspected of having ties to a violent white supremacist group. The suspects are accused of transporting think firearms and ammunition with the intent to commit a felony authorities. Believe they plan to attend. pro-gun rally in Richmond next week. Virginia's governor has banned all firearms from the event fearing a repeat of the violence at a twenty. Seventeen white nationalist rally in Charlottesville where a counter protester was killed former Los Angeles County. Sheriff AIRFLEET BAUCOM has been ordered to report to prison to start serving a three-year sentence as KPCC's Elliott reports. Baca was convicted of obstructing justice. In two thousand seventeen. A jury found BACA OVERSAW SCHEME TO INTERFERE WITH AN FBI investigation into inmate abuse in the county jails. He remained free while his appeal appeal was pending earlier this week the. US Supreme Court declined to hear his case and a federal judge ordered Baca to surrender to prison. Baca was sentenced for conspiracy obstruction of justice justice and lying to federal investigators. The scandal led to the convictions of a number of department officials including BACCHUS chief. Deputy Baca led the sheriff's Department for Fifteen eighteen years before resigning in twenty fourteen amid the controversy. The former sheriff who seventy seven and has Alzheimer's disease must report to prison by February fifth for NPR. News I'm Elliot in Los Angeles. A five point three magnitude earthquake has shaken southern Mexico causing some damage in part of the state of Hakka the U._S._D._A.. Logical Survey said the quake occurred at eight. Oh Seven P._M.. It's unclear if there are any injuries. I'm Shay Stevens N._P._R.. News in Washington..
Lee Baucom: Thrive...No Matter What
"Surviving simply isn't enough. We should be thriving now. Lee Bow Gum is an expert in thriving no matter her. What life throws your way? He helps people to thrive in their relationships than their lives lease. The host of three podcasts. Were all addicted to podcasting according to to mice to enter chair. Three he is you. GotTa you gotTa start. Achieving some level of six seven eight hot get out of the three. That Lee hosts right now. The thrive algae podcasts. The Save Save the marriage podcast. I found that a little too late and the and the man of significance. PODCAST if you're listening now in November of two thousand nineteen on this Show Man of significance. PODCAST will be launching in the end of this year the beginning of Of Two thousand twenty. He's also the author of seven books and works with people around the world to find their meaning meaning in their purpose and to make there impact in the world. Hold on tight if you want to better understand. Relationships had to have a better marriage more significance in your life how to avoid veer how to thrive. I had an opportunity to learn from and with Lee while attending the new media summit and I love his approach not only business but especially as approach to life Lee. Welcome to the Nice guys on business podcast. Oh Man Doug I'm happy to be here. Thanks for having me I love having you here Lee. And you're one of those guys that just stood out in the crowd because You know one of the things we talked about in I don't know if we talked about this a new media summit but we did talk about this recently in our prerecording conversation was that people people oftentimes have this. This fear that that difficulty is Is it means you're on the wrong path and I wanNA share not only a little. It'll be your story but I wanNA talk about that as we get into it because those that are listening I want them to just jump in right now. We all are facing these difficult times. When it comes to running a business thriving in our business and kind of moving to that next step and sometimes we feel like difficulty means that? We're going down the wrong way. So why don't you share a little bit of your pass and talk about this difficulty. Means you're not necessarily on walk past. Yeah so part of my story of entrepreneurship is I didn't actually realize that was what was for years. I just knew I made a really bad employee. Impact Vaca at a at a number of Review Tom's when I would walk in and Annan you the person who was the director out. I was trained as a therapist. But what had already done a number of businesses really since I was a teenager a was a Now this secret there doug but Abbas yes we won't tell anyone right air show so all of the magician when I was a teenager so Gidon yeah in the in. The nerdy. Ranks I was right there. but I was a magician who made some pretty decent money when I was a teenager because I did parties all the time and I didn't ever really think that I was you know in business I just I was doing agile shows and getting paid for it and so even when I look back you know I I I did that. I helped run a clothing store when the owner was burned earned out and Pretty much everything from ordering the stuff to a taking care of other people on staff and I was a teenager at that point and then I did the same thing with a restaurant. The owner was burned out and I ran a restaurant or helped run the restaurant and and what I realize long ways I really didn't like being told what to do so that kind of extended into my life as trained as a therapist and yet I worked in an agency which brings us to that point when I would walk into the the job review annual review and say hey anoma really bad employees You can get rid of me. I'm you know I'm happy. Go somewhere else if you want. And what they basically they did And and where I kind of made my way is when they let me do what I thought was best and so they stuck me in satellite office and let me run that program and it became really the only thing that kept that Senator in Business I was kind of a cash cow for a long time. And so along the way I right realize at some point. This is a realization that I think we all realize that at some point. We're no matter what we're doing if we're professionals we're an hourly employee employees. I mean as a therapist I can only see so many clients. I can only do so much and so at one point I Decided to start a business on the side which was no surprise? I don't think that my wife but this was a bigger gamble than I thought so. Here I was trying as a therapist to figure out how to make an extra income stream came from a family We were. I've been Grad School for forever I was talking with someone the other day. And I said I was in Grad School for as low from college to the into Grad School. As long as I was from kindergarten to the end of highschool well professional student way to go with it was a long time and along the way you know. You ever see the forty year old virgin. Did you ever think. Fortunately fortunately for me I had to work along the way that was the the thing about Being trained as therapist you. You can't just do school. You GotTa go do some real training and so I actually was working for a good stint of that time other than college I really was working the whole time on the side but that was when I realized I'm like you know this this hourly thing I mean I can only go so far and so I tried to create this business snus and it crashed and burned and I figured out why it crashed and burned but it was a painful event for me because while I was trying to build something from my family would I ended up doing is putting us way deeper in debt I'd already had kind of a stunted professional life because while I was working I was also going to school and so I couldn't really go full force and so suddenly we were extra in debt With a business loan that had a rough Payback payback. And I refuse to do bankruptcy. I just I was like I did this. I'M GONNA take it on and I'm going to finish it and learn some very important lessons along along the way about what happens when you try to start a business that's not in your place of purpose or meaning And incredibly painful event and then A stayed away for a while but I wrote a book and I thought well. I'll just write this book and be an author and along the way This was back in nineteen ninety on at a friend who said Hey Who's going to publish that for yesterday? At I'll figure it out when I finish it. He said well while you're trying to figure that out. Watch making an e Book Doc Now e Book Nineteen Ninety Nine like what's Abbott. Nobody knew that Renault not a wasn't a ninety nine cent you know thing that Amazon had done at that point and so what I really didn't realize as I was getting into informational marketing world and I didn't really realize that even after I had a website up and I was selling the book and it was getting to be more or more successful and sigh. Finally one day out I was like an. I'm one of those Internet marketing gas And so Yup had to revamp what I understood about myself. I just I kind of stumbled from Osh preneurs shipped entrepreneurship and finally one day went. Oh that's the problem. I'm an entrepreneur. That's the personality pieces that I had missed along the way But what I realized I like to do was to help people have better lives. I mean if if there's much ship of that it's really about how do you help people so tail end of my graduate school literally sitting at a desk surrounded with my two little kids. who were toddling around me with stacks of Books Everywhere Writing My dissertation and I turn to my wife and I said Hey? I just read this article about this coaching thing. This was Nineteen Ah Eighty six. I think and said That's what I do and she said wait. You've done a lot of schooling to be a therapist and now you're telling me you WANNA be a coach and I said well it's Kinda how I do therapy. And so that launched me into the world of coaching added coach. Training literally had not even turn in my dissertation and I started a coach training program and took that into My clinical life and so along the way figured out that was a coach and entrepreneur an informational marketer. A writer now podcast all that stuff just kind of fit into the place of how do you help people people get to a place where life has more meaning for you. So how's that for now. That's really cool and I appreciate you you sharing all of that because again Nice Guy Community is you're checking this out. Just think. Think about your particular place in life in the journey that you have taken especially as an entrepreneur. It's it really is a matter of just. You're never going to focus on an entrepreneur entrepreneur. I think our goal We always think is to get from point eight to point Z.. And do it as profitably as we possibly can not realizing oftentimes along the way. There's a bunch of what we think at the time maybe setbacks but they're really opportunities for learning and growth
"baucom" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"But you mean the prologue was a good effort and the states through lackey was pretty hot final? And I mean yeah. Still, there's many moments in a race where you have to do show a spree short efforts, especially in the final. So, yeah, I had a feeling I had was was so good. It was pretty good the whole week already so. Yeah, was expecting to do gut's time-trial but yeah, it was nice to see that confirmational results. Well, Mullah had an excellent time-trial at San Marino, down your and he's coming. Twelfth overall, he's three minutes, forty five behind county. So just under two minutes one fifty five behind Primoz rogue lich, but he's nestled in there as the best of the rest, along with nearly and bogus after the today. I heard something fascinating about Baucom Omar on the way he's going to approach these mountain stages. He's always struggled in the past, particularly with stages, which have been fairly flat. Then finished with with a big climb. Like, for example, the state or power couple years ago that Tom Dumoulin at one. Mullah has been talking to trek afraid o- performance kind of direct time hosue a lot about. About how they could possibly get over this issue is hard. He's come up with a plan. I understand. Tomorrow. Tomorrow's states don't be surprised if you see him stop make a natural breakways over, they call it at least as a natural break in. Oh, yeah. So, you know, he might stop to relieve himself at the side of the road, and he's going to make a point of not asking team to go back to help him so he can do offer early in the stage to as a kind of warm up on the road. A very good source. It doesn't come from the whole his mouth. Sounds vaguely plausible a big Centric and a bit risky as well. Well, it sounds a bit like what we were talking about yesterday. The idea that riders might have to create intense.
"baucom" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Back to you inside the huddle this week. Our state farm Jason ball com athlete of the week is Mattie camp from Chelsea High School. She has been on the varsity softball team for three years the varsity volleyball team for three years. I just learned what this bent the company see for choir for two years national Honor Society for two years and the link crew for two years, Mattie. Thanks very much. Congratulations on being the female athlete of the week this week. Thank you. So varsity softball varsity volleyball, you're getting ready for softball. How did you pick? These sparks grow up with them. Is it just something that just kind of emerged over time? So my mom she plays off on college. So it was like I was brought up with softball volleyball. It was always really fun for me. Like I used to play in the yard with my mom and dad, and my brother, he was always a big impact on me. But. Yeah. I really just like I grew up around them. And I love playing them, and I'm very competitive. So I just love being around sports. All right. So did you pair off was an Mattie versus dad and brother or was kind of? Much and who usually came out on top. Okay. I mean, your mom play college softball. Where'd you play college grand valley state, okay position? And she play pitcher. And what do you play? Okay. So are you had your similar styles to your mom or a different style? She we have different styles. But I learned a lot from like her telling me what to do and like my pitching coach also. But she's she's also really big help for me Jason Baucom from state farm here. Jason you've got you've got a broody kids and your college wrestler. You've probably I mean, every every athlete kind of has to encounter that a little bit. Like, how do you do you put them into the sports that you that you do do you try to avoid it a little bit? I mean, what does that relationship like for you with your with your children? It's a delicate balance. So I grew up like you said at wrestling my dad rustled, so he allowed me to come to him with it. In with my kids. I've kind of done the same and just find out what they're interested in and then support them, and that it's tough though, it's tough to watch your kids out there. Not try to push too hard. Especially when they're talented. You have someone like Maddie here. Who's obviously got some talent. I'm sure it's been tough for her. Parents not to push too hard, and strike that good balance is your mom your biggest fan of your or your toughest fan. A little bit of both. I think my mom is my biggest fan of my grandpa. He's always been there. So he's like, he's the devil. And this all they don't get me wrong. But like, he's he's a very tough support. Okay. Yeah. Okay. So Matty this year for the softball team because he started a couple of weeks. What's your goals as both an individual and as for your team with Chelsea High School so for softball? My individual goal is probably just to like do really well on the mound and try to provide for my team also at the plate and for team. I really I really wanna go far this year. And I really wanna go far postseason. I want I want a district title, obviously. But I also want to make her on for states. So are you also play volleyball to take any time off when you have back surgery in July two thousand seventeen your have to miss any of your sports seasons? I actually missed a whole season volleyball. So that was really really tough on me by. Our my way back. So how does I mean your age people don't think of a teenager needing back surgery? So what was it a freak thing that took place was it, just wear and tear. And is is that what does that even experienced life for somebody your age to go through that? So it happened when because we have a really like rigorous lifting program at Chelsea, and it's it's really beneficial to like all of our athletes because if you compare athletes from different areas, it's it's like, I don't know what the word Mary. Yeah. From different eras from different areas you're talking about. So you might be more physically. Imposing exactly what you might encounter. But so it happened when I was dead lifting in events, fitness. And I her needed a disk. I think it was between my S five and one was a lumbar. I had a I don't know. The surgery was called. But anyways. It was in the summer. So it happened in March. But I waited five months because I I when I got checked out. They didn't know what it was. And I had to get an MRI I had to get all these different types for them to actually figure out what a wise, and then they said, maybe physical therapy would help. So I tried that for a long time. But then after that they were like we really have no other option like you need to do surgery. But they like you are the youngest we have ever done this on. So then I was scared and my mom was but. Everything ended up. Okay, though. Yeah. It was like a six month recovery. So, but then I got back into thing. So there's nothing worse. Right. Jason than than dealing with the injury bug. When you're an elite athlete, and how you have to overcome that especially that late in your career your junior coming in you're expecting to a lot of times between their junior sophomore junior season. You're going to break that big jump. You know, sometimes you're a sophomore and a varsity team, you don't get a lot of playing time. Now as a junior really looking for to make that jump into have an injury like that that keeps you out your whole junior years tough. So that's great that you're able to come back from that not to this is going to be an awesome sight way. I've got to say here by considering. That's one of the things that you can help people do personal disability. You have an injury at work. You miss some time. You wanna be able to make sure that you are being taken care of. And you can accomplish that by working with your state from Asia. Yeah. No question. No question. We. And it's something that probably a lot of people don't realize that we do and it also kind of works with your auto insurance as well. So..
"baucom" Discussed on KTOK
"He would later say that he chose Bowie because. Because he liked the big American bear killing knife. Okay. This week in one thousand nine hundred seventy at the frontier hotel in Las Vegas the Supremes played their last concert with Diana Ross who introduces her replacement Jean Terrell Ross performs with the group. Just once more at the Motown twenty-five TV special in one thousand nine hundred eighty three this week in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight Fleetwood MAC's rumours hits number one for a record thirty first week on the US album chart this week in one thousand nine hundred a billboard was arrested on sunset strip in West Hollywood to promote pink Floyd's album, the wall a blank wall was pasted up and each day a brick was removed to slowly reveal the inside spread and title of the album this week in nineteen Eighty-four Madonna makes her first appearance on American bandstand when asked by dick Clark about her. Embiid the singer replies to rule the world. And soon after she surely did this week in the year two thousand and an article in Rolling Stone. We find out the surrogate father of Melissa Ethridge is two children is. David Crosby and this week just last year in two thousand eighteen we lost cranberries lead singer Dolores Reardon at eight forty six the cranberries biggest hit zombie nine hundred ninety four. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. Some of America's bravest warriors returning home wounded, here's one of them. My name is Norberto, Laura. I served for eleven years in the United States army while I was on a combat patrol and Baucom. Iraq, a rocket-propelled grenade. Took my arm off at the shoulder when I came home, I felt alone. My family was around. I couldn't talk to him about what I've seen done. I remember just thinking man do I am right now. I don't wanna live. I was discharged.
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"The federal aviation administration has ordered all airlines to conduct emergency inspections on the type of engine that failed during last week's deadly southwest airlines incident it's giving them twenty days to comply the faa says it was broken fan blade on southwest flight thirteen eighty that caused an engine to explode one passenger was killed french president emmanuel macron and his wife arrive in washington today they'll begin a state visit their first of the trump administration the trumps and macron's will hold a private dinner at mount vernon later tonight the two presidents meet at the white house on tuesday the senate foreign relations committee is scheduled to vote on mike pompeo's secretary of state nomination later this afternoon a quiet place is back at the top of the baucom boxoffice rampage starting twain johnson close second in third i feel pretty starting amy schumer and world premiere of evanger infinity warp starts later tonight back locally a new anti harassment campaign get started in chicago wgn roger badesch reports it's called vats harassment chicago a citywide campaign to empower victims and bystanders to speak out against sexual harassment billboards and taxicabs signs will publicize the campaign the campaigns.