17 Burst results for "Billiant."

"billiant." Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

09:53 min | 2 years ago

"billiant." Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"But you change a story. You change the end result. I couldn't agree more. We're talking with dean garage and coming up, I'm going to share a an amazing opportunity for you listening to get some training and information on how to forge a new path that you may not have even considered yet. And that's coming up. So if you'd like to get in on that and you have. Something to do. Maybe you're about to get out of the car or your you got to move on and go workout or you're got to get into the office, or whatever it is text the word interview, two six nine nine to two and I'll send it to you later. So you don't have to miss out on this opportunity because dean I hear what you're saying. And I've been in almost all the places that you've mentioned, and what I've observed about the rest of the world and at any given moment just like you're saying I'm part of the rest of the world. You're like we're part of that group. And what I've noticed is a lot of people are in the you hear a lot about creating jobs. You hear about like is the administration whoever's president whoever's in office going to create jobs and people have this job employee mindset. And then you hear about going to college. And then I I'm sure that you've heard about these college admissions scams and the college loan debt crisis. And and then I see brilliant, brilliant, brilliant. And I'm going to say it one more time Brill. Billiant individuals who are seniors who rushed to retire. And they have all this knowledge and skill set and leader showing away, and they don't know what to do with it and it. Yeah. It goes to waste. I mean, there's nothing wrong with being greeter at WalMart. But there's a master mechanic that is for forty years, and he's greeting people at WalMart, and he could teach young people so much. So to all the people that think they need a J O B. So so they're on one spectrum. And then there's another spectrum where people I think think that they gotta go like being in business means you're on the shark tank and you're making five hundred grand a day. So it's impossible. So I that's why I brought up the scruffy lip story because I see that in here. Four hundred bucks and go, whoa. If if a twelve year old can make four hundred dollars once she can make four hundred dollars again. And again, and again, so what is your perspective on the state of education? And we're things are going in the opportunity. In front of the rest of us. That are still thinking like employees, great great question. And that's why I'm excited. And let's talk about it here in a moment. I'm I'm doing a special training with my buddy, Tony Robbins. I don't think there's any. I'm not to put myself in that category. But there's not people that are could be more qualified to share you share with you how to extract knowledge that's in your head. Like, I believe if you have done something for ten twenty thirty years. You have learned you've been through the path. You've you've you've documented the quickest way to the end result. It's like a hard drive gathering knowledge for all those years you hit something. So so key to my kingdom. Iheart is like people gather all this knowledge like a hard drive. It's worth millions of dollars and dying is like throwing it in the garbage like what if you had a process to elegantly extract. What you're good at not talk about anything. You don't like just things you're really good at it. You're superpower. And then had people willing to pay you for that knowledge. And here's what people don't realize, and maybe you never heard of it because it's a hidden industry. But the. The self education business, the information business, the knowledge is this is a three hundred and fifty five million dollar a day industry. People have realized that college isn't working, and it didn't work for them in the past that you go to college. You learn from somebody to get sixty you finally have all that knowledge. Why wait when you can leapfrog and just find the person who has that knowledge experience and cut him a check to allow you to go faster. Yeah. People are realizing that right? So it's not only a three hundred fifty five million dollar day industry. It's an every niche you could possibly imagine from fly fishing to hair, cutting to how to do yoga better to be a more confident mom to pick up girls to have dates that lasts forever to marketing to sales and everything in between and Forbes just said that's should triple in the next five years. So what Tony and I want to do and what we're doing is showing people the blueprint on how to gain the confidence to do what we've been blessed to do which draft what you're good at and share it with people impact their lives allow them to go faster. And get paid to do it over and over and that could be doing zoom. Call a workshop building a community. The world has changed and we have instant access to everybody through social media through networks. And this is the time for those ready for another level want to make an impact and wanna make money. This is what we're doing. So we're doing a special training. But I want to get back to your question. I got off because this is such a this is such a hot topic for me if we have time to go to a break. Let me know you always cut me off. We're good. No. I would I would love to hear more about it because you mentioned fly fishing, you mentioned making bracelets making jewelry being an auto mechanic. And I think if we were to go back in time maybe five or ten years ago what you'd really run into is. And so in this case, you guys are Tony and Russell are sort of like time travelers because here we are in the future now, and with everybody's sort of crash course, and using the internet and using forums and things like Facebook a lot of. Know how to technical stuff that they never would have known how to do before. And they have the ability to share that information. So for for the guy who sixty four and has been thinking, I got to retire, and I can't wait, and I'm going to and then he's going, well, wait a minute. What am I going to do every day to the guy who's twenty two that says, well, I don't or girl. I don't know anything yet. What the heck can I show people make money off of how do you see the opportunity Hereford? So sixty five year old guy. Let's talk about him. Let's take something like anything. It's been in marketing. Let's let's take something. That's not. So let's take accounting. Okay. Yeah. Ben in counting for thirty five years ended up to be CFO of a mid sized company went through hell and back figuring things out solving big problems financial crisis. When the economy turned in two thousand seven maybe when there was a crash even in nineteen ninety eight you solve those problems. You went through it lost some extra hair got the gray on the side. And you have absolutely been through the woods and back, and you have capabilities beyond belief, and you don't even realize it and we're racing to get to the end. But what's the end retirement to me seems like death? Yup. Like like, I would I mean I watch people derailed when they retire. They can't golf enough. They can't eat enough. They can't do things that they shouldn't be doing like it just so so here's what I think about your sixty five years old you've done that your career is over right? No. This is just the beginning. The world has finally recognized that they. Could go to college for five years, and they can get a starter job, and they can spend twenty to thirty years to figure out what you could share with them in a weekend. Think about this. You're sixty five you know, it all the only problem is no one has ever said to you or giving you a process to extract. What you're good at and not every account is the same the world has got so niche, you might be great with with creating s sanding operating procedures and finding finding money and making the EBA better. Like, whatever it is. I'm talking accounting talk. They don't even know like you might be amazing one part of accounting. And in today's world, there's enough people out there that want to learn that one section so think about that there's people in their twenties thirties and forties who are in a mid level or starter position, accounting, if they cut you a check for a weekend where you spent with them on a zoom, call from your house or you had a community meeting or you had a workshop at a local hotel or you did it over Skype train you spent a weekend with. Them showing what you learned over the last thirty years at the end of that weekend. They are no longer a starter or a beginner. They can start off where you left off. They had next level capabilities. You should if you're listening right now. And you're in your fifty sixty seventies. And you're good at anything. You have a skill anything you've ever expertise, you should feel absolutely guilty because you're not helping this broken flawed education sense. How do you help it by extracting what, you know, sharing it with people to impact their lives get paid for it? And do it again. That's a lot more exciting than being a greeter at WalMart. Listen right now college right now has gone up eight times while salaries have the average salary hasn't moved right. They said that twenty seven percent of people who get a degree, and this is no different than it was if you're sixty when you went to college only twenty seven percent of people who get a degree actually use that in a job and fifty two percent of them hate the job. They got right. So do the math right close to. Eighty percent of the people either don't or hate it. Right. When the answer is self education, and the answer to fix this lying in the heads of the people listening right now, you didn't know this was an industry. Now, you do know that you can do this technology has made it where you can run the whole thing on your phone. You know, now, let's look at the opposite set you said at twenty four twenty five year old girl saying, I don't know much, right? Yeah. I'd love to be an entrepreneur. Then I take my buddy Tony Robbins as an example, he wrote a book called money master the game. Right. It is one of the best selling best financial books in history. He's not a financial guy. How the hell's that happen? I think about this like I've taught real estate to for twenty years. Right. I just did this the other day in front of an audience. They said, hey, who in here would pay me to come to an online zoom workshop pay me five grand for weekend to learn how to do your first real estate deal?.

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"billiant." Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

The Adam Schefter Podcast

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"billiant." Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

"The guys who are facing players talked to the rest of the team guys who you know, when you're in the huddle when you're out of practice guys were getting calls from from the sideline or rather in the headset and talking to the team safety middle linebacker quarterback center. I've those guys when it calls guy I wanted to keep I wouldn't want it to let him get out of there. I didn't I didn't necessarily like that. As far as quarterback is concerned. Yeah. I would've made it a priority to try and draft a quarterback. I just wouldn't have drafted this one. Everybody knows how I feel about Wayne asking around him was that his watched all his tape. No coaches, no kind of thing. They asked him to do up there at Ohio State never is though he should have been penalized for being you know, that had a ton of highly draftable weapons highly skilled weapons, he's coast by guy who was just think Ryan day is. Billiant? I would've went that route with it. So those are the things that would have been different. All right. I would have drafted Odell I wanna make I somehow could keep Odell. I mean. Yeah. I would've saquon I would've made sure that Odell we had that relationship. I lived with for a year. I mean, I understand why day did that I wouldn't address the quarterback that they drafted. And you know, it's four as the coaching so much. I know Pat Shurmur I've been around him. Everybody knows how I feel about some of the coaches that are out there right now that I would like to work with. So maybe there's some of the things that would be different, but doesn't really matter. No. But but it's interesting we give credit Odell. No, I wouldn't have said I would've signed into the long term extension that they did. And I would have really tried to have a plan in place to make sure that our relationship was built between him head coach me. So that he's a guy who we don't feel like, you know, six months later, we have to send down the road. You eat a ridiculous amount of cap space up for good money and have him in his prime going to another football. I mean, that's that's just not. That's not what you do those kinds of things if they make those kinds of sharp turns in terms of in terms of decisions that you make for guys where premium players like that. That tells me that maybe didn't think through he didn't have a good enough plan in happens. Nobody's perfect. But that's not how I would've for salt going, and it's easy for me to say this now, but I felt like they rushed on both. They rush straight Odell when I believe, and again, I've had this conversation with them when I believe the pot would have been sweetened and the forty Niners would have come to the table with even more than the Cleveland Browns round up giving the New York Giants turn the forty Niners were desperate fro del Beckham junior. And I believe that they would have paid up and as it got closer to the draft. They would have paid more and more to the point where the giants would have been a spot. They couldn't have said. No. But they had it already trade him out. I didn't understand the rush to trade them. March eleventh or twelfth or whatever it was. But they they did in the forty Niners. Didn't even know they never even got the chance say, well, here's our final offer. They just read one of the things that have been when. When you aren't involved in these kinds of discussions, and and you really have no skin in the game to and you can kind of analyze things, very objectively. You don't have any emotion when you're thinking about it like, we don't have any emotion. Really when we're talking about it other than just being fans of the game. When you're that close. And if there really is like a feeling of our cultures wrong. This guy's the reason. I can't get along with him. I don't really want him around. I'm not saying things that they specifically sell. But let's say generally speaking, if you feel like I just got to get this guy out of here because everything else I wanna do is predicated on this cloud..

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"billiant." Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"billiant." Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Means on at billiant cheerful and full of energy at both Holly all day, synonyms, exuberant buoyant. Cheerful joyful cheery Mary, sunny, breezy. Jonty hearted buoyant teams. Bouyant was in there. You sell buoyant. Yes. Buoyant cheery happy light-hearted carefree, bright, berry, brilliant, Mary. Billion say buoyant plant buoyant plant show live. Oh, yeah. Hey, brian. How are you? Where were you on March thirteenth six o'clock in the morning some cavities fill to I can't remember what I did yesterday. What's up on profession for Christmas? Croupier profession than magician or clown gone. Yes, sir. Under the umbrella of magician. However, I have. That's definitely under the the illusionist umbrella. If that's that's you know, that you can be prescribed that, you know, people go and see hypnotists to fix their problems. I don't think you could fix problems and be looked at as as creepy like magician. True you ever see a male psychic? Like have I ever seen one like win spoke to one or like no of one that exists? I mean, we know that that John Edwards dude crossing over on TV of Gary Spivey, who's got that weird thing on the Chia pet, but other than that, I don't know of any male psyche. When you drive by hey, psychic readings palm readings ten dollars. You know, you don't know who's inside. There could be a ton of two odds. It's never a dude. It's always psychic readings by Dino psychic readings by Jill or second lady psyche readings by Bruce, but the psychic readings are always in somebody's living room that they have to kind of look like like an office lobby. Sure. Okay. There was a there was a psychic party. I went to what was it that Barlow gala there, they had a they had a psychic Eddie vs like in the battle. Really man, you met you get with one of those men they can mess up your whole Mo-jo into the universe. Next thing. You know, you're rude. She busts out a ouija board. And now spirit haunts me. What does the burners really have a I think it was about low gallows one event. I thought I thought you were there to did. They only give out good news. Did they only they only say, hey, your future looks really bright? Because you don't want to be, you know, find that you're gonna die in six months. I one of these gals. So she told me she told me I was going to get walking ammonia, and then I was gonna die within six months. But I mean that was five months ago who knows? To live low cater discharge is a good run. What's up Chicago? All right P in advance. You're you're asking about something. That's creepy. Also, you can't forget the famous mind. In fact, it was about the time that what's his name Freud was doing his experiments. There was a doctor Eric Eric drag these beckon nineteen twenty. Get out of here. Are you kidding me? Hit the broad. Live alot. Mortis? I'm sorry. I didn't know that. I was on. Parents. Florida's. It's L O U R D ES Madonna has a daughter by the name of it's true. It means daughter of Madonna. You're welcome. So what two professions that are creepy or than magician or clown? Well, I guess it would be a profession men that on a lawn jewelry store and the only one the counter, that's kinda creepy. I would say that that crosses into creepy territory. If you go into a lingerie store, there's one dude there goes, I'm the only help. Usually Middle Eastern men easy. Oh, okay. Like who first of all going to mom and pop lingerie stores? It's not a moment. I don't know..

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"billiant." Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"billiant." Discussed on Fresh Air

"Eight and more abstractly we see how hard it is to define Justice in a world where one time heroes start doing bad things and fate transforms villains into victims. Of course, it would take a lifetime to capture the complexity of all these things and black earth rising only an eight hour TV series. Although Blick tries hard to do Justice to his subject. His ambition has a cost the dramatic side of the series can be wobbly. Some of the dialogue is setting leaks. Positively some of the plot twists feel mechanical some of the symbolism is overbearing and our heroine. Kate is less three dimensional character. Then a walking emblem of central African trauma it cold place. Kate was such incandescent intensity that she keeps us riveted. Anyway. In fact, the whole series is superbly acted. There's a winning Lee ambiguous turned by Lucius Amati as the confident wonders president and a bridge. Billiant when by Goodman, who in Michael ace's, a'dream roll he gets to play smart, witty, soulful and heck even sexy. In the show's opening credits, we hear Leonard Cohen performing his song. You want it darker his incomparable hound of hell growl, yet black earth rising is actually about seeking the light as Kate learns the buried truth about the past her own home countries. She begins to escape its clutches transforming herself from an innocent victimized by history into a wised up woman who's trying to make it. John powers reviewed the new Netflix series black earth rising tomorrow on fresh air. We'll talk about the new five G network that is being constructed and will be the new central nervous system of the internet. The China's telecom giant Weiwei is dominating the creation of five G networks around the world, which could give China more access for cyber espionage and hacking. My guest will be David Sanger, a national security correspondent for the New York Times and the. Author of a book about cyber war. I hope you'll join us. Fresh Air's executive producers gaining Miller, our technical director and engineer Audrey Bentham. Our associate producer for digital media is Molly seavy nesper. Roberta shorrock directs the show. I'm Terry gross..

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"billiant." Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"billiant." Discussed on Fresh Air

"Western leaders stood idly by eight hundred thousand members of the minority. Tuzi tribe were murdered by the majority Hutus who'd been whipped into a homicidal frenzy by their leaders. The fallout from this killing spree is the subject of clunky. But fascinating BBC drama, black earth rising just out on Netflix. It was made by Hugo Blick whose award winning twenty fourteen series. The honorable woman used to deliberately serpentine plot to explore the Israeli Palestinian conundrum. He's up to the same tricks in this newest part series, which offers the gaudy goodies of thriller, you know, murders and chases shocking. Revelations in order to interest us in a tragedy, who's aftershocks are still rocking Africa today. Rising. British star Michaela coal stars Kate Ashby, a thirtyish Rwandan who as a little girl was rescued from the nineteen ninety four genocide by human rights, lawyer eve Ashby, that's Harry, Walter who adopted her and raised her in London. Even her American boss, Michael NS. That's John Goodman, are dedicated to prosecuting those who turn central Africa into a killing field all of which is fine until egos after Tizi general who after helping in the genocide went onto commit war crimes in neighboring Congo. Kate is outraged. How can her own mom go after a man who saved herself from slaughter? This. Tricky question gets even trickier once Kate find yourself working with Michael on a second case this time defending Rwandan minister from a war crimes charged. Brought by the French as the two cases cross pollinate blacker thriving racist from London mansions to Congolese mining camps from Parisian police stations to the presidential offices in the Rwandan capital of Kigali. Meanwhile, Kate whose childhood trauma, keeps her inner life churning burns with a righteous anger that blinds the past full complexity here, she challenges Michael for letting her mother prosecute that to see general named Simon. I am Moya. It isn't till won't the Congo tennis. I'd. Prosecute one of the first cases for the ICT are ninety eight your mother was my junior. It's where we met I'd go so far as the says while you're here, and I want to get back to any of it. Do you think your mother loves you? You think she'd ever do anything to arm? You city question is why do you keep asking it? Your mother's one of the most steadfast and loyal people. I have ever met and most of that has been directed you. She's also one of the smartest so she's chosen to prosecute Sinaia Moya. I trust her to do it. Let her do a job Kate. No, blacker is rising is decidedly not one of those crooned events potboilers like Body Guard or homeland it cares less about ratcheting things up. Then reminding us that history is vast messy and changing Cates. Exploration of her past helps us understand the Rwanda genocide and its violent aftermath. We get details of how bilge infringe policies helped fuel the killing and how colonialism still works today. We see how the Tuzi leaders who. Currently run Rwanda created an orderly dicta to'real stay. Eight and more abstractly we see how hard it is to define Justice in a world where one time heroes start doing bad things and fate transforms villains into victims. Of course, it would take a lifetime to capture the complexity of all these things and black earth rising only an eight hour TV series. Although Blick tries hard to do Justice to his subject. His ambition has a cost the dramatic side of the series can be wobbly. Some of the dialogue is thuddingly spas story. Some of the plot twists feel mechanical some of the symbolism is overbearing and our heroine. Kate is less three dimensional character than a walking emblem of central African trauma, it called place Kate with such incandescent intensity that she keeps us riveted. Anyway. In fact, the whole series is superbly acted. There's a winning Lee ambiguous turn by Lucius Amati as the confident of Rwanda's president and a bridge. Billiant when by Goodman, who in Michael ace's dream role. He gets to play smart, witty, soulful and heck even sexy. In the show's opening credits, we hear Leonard Cohen performing his song. You want it darker his incomparable hound of hell growl, black earth rising is actually about seeking the light as Kate learns the buried truth about the past her own home countries. She begins to escape its clutches transforming herself from an innocent victimized by history into a wised up woman who's trying to make it. John powers reviewed the new Netflix series black earth rising tomorrow on fresh air..

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"billiant." Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"billiant." Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Sons have the ability to to to make their dad angry, and then maybe the standings flip. But for the most part, it's a it's a type of love both my kids, Greg. Yeah. What's in your wallet? That's a good question. I can show you an open book, that's an Oakland or Greg's Wally. What's What did you like? wallet? Let's see what's. He's reaching into his back pocket wallet. Very thick. But seventy bucks cash half dozen condoms. But it. Clearly wallet bought nineteen eighty two. I have to admit I don't know how most people feel about this. This is a guest wallet with the big gee logo. And it's probably fifteen years old. I'm a wallet loyalists. I'm not the kind of guy who. You know, flops and flips while let's gets a, you know, some people leased cars and every three years, they have a new car unloyal to my wallet my wallet. Good to me. I'm good to my wallet. Greg repeater on a scale of if all by the way is my middle name on his aides. Ada K what letter would best describe how you feel today. E- it billiant, Peter. Where's the beef? Where's the beef in my belly? I hope I love me some beef. I love all kind of beef. I love jerky. I love steak. I love a cheeseburger. I am a carnivore my friend, Peter what interstate people suffer? Why do what's what people innocent people? Why do people suffer hugely important? You know? That's a question. Best directed at the Lord above. That's above my pay grade. I don't know why innocent people. So I don't know why anybody suffers let's bring peace and love to the world. Let's throw confetti of joy. And and have it on everyone's shoulder like dandruff, Peter where will you go when you die? I don't know. Probably into. An inferno that incinerates me. And then where my ashes go is largely up to my kin, the could play surviving or no place. Oh, it's always going to be a good place. I'll be on the mantle. Somewhere. Would you agree? Pardon me. Completely opinion again, pardon you. Both gesture stepping pita go. Go Ahead. ahead. Barely hear. You whispering is over here. You go. Oh, well, thin crust. It's actually pretty normal crust or deep dish. Well, that's easiest question. Openness today. A thin crust aficionado the thinner the better, I almost like it cracker thin. Love. I would tell you the the place where you can get the best pizza, but I'm trying to swinging endorsement deal. So I can't reveal that yet. Peter. Would you agree that there are some things money can't buy and for everything else? There's mastercard. I would not an AmEx guy. That's like asking to coke guy. If he drinks Pepsi. I am not a MasterCard fan within you. Okay. Thank you. You know, be careful next time. Pete, snakes her bunnies. Bunnies. Yeah..

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"billiant." Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"billiant." Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

"I looked like Ted Kaczynski and the bible also says, you know, the stone adulterers, so I tried that. I used pebbles didn't wanna spend my life in jail and the book was about the dangers of following the bible to literally, but it was also an exploration of whether there is some wisdom in this ancient book that might be applicable to today, and I met Tim right before that book came out and we met in a row. Rather unusual way. It was it was like twelve years ago. And I get an Email, and it says my name is Tim Ferriss. I'm I'm writing a book. It's my first book. I'd love to ask you how you write books. What's your process? And I was like, you know, this guy has some as but she were all talked to him. And we get all phone in the asks me about my process. It was it re I realize it's like the Tim Ferriss show. But no one was listening except except for him in me. And at the end of the conversation, Tim says, you know, I read an article you wrote in Esquire I had written article called my outsourced life. And in the article I hired a team of people from Bangalore India to do everything for me. So they answered my phone. They responded to emails for me the argued with my wife for me. It was it was banned tastic because I just got to sit back and read books and watch movies loved it. So Tim says he read that article and he wanted to reprint it in his upcoming book, and I was saying to myself. Well, this guy's a first time writer he's going to sell about two hundred copies. I'm not going to be an ask hat and ask him for a lot of money. So I'm like sure go ahead print the Article, No charts cut to a year later. I get a call. Hey, it's Tim Ferriss that guy you talked to just wanted to let you know that my book is coming out in a few days, and it is number one on Amazon. And I was like what how the hell that happen. I mean, I've never been number one on Amazon and the book, of course, was the floor hour work week and my article on outsourcing my life is the basis fuller chapter eight, and of course, it shows that Tim has a. Billiant mind that disrupted the book business, but oddly lending, Tim print that article for free it turned out to be one of the best business decisions of my career. Not by planning. But I've had so many people who know me from the four hour workweek. So it's it's helped my visibility and get my message out. So karma is real sometimes in this case, it was real. Sometimes you try to do a decent thing in a place in the ass. But but this time it worked. So thank you, Tim. And thank you for outsourcing this to me, okay? Onto the tips. Some of these are in the book and some are not. Some are exclusive to this podcast. And there is plenty of their stuff in the book. Just so, you know, but here strategy number one declare war on the negative bias, the evil evil. Negative bias psychologists will tell you humans are born with a negative bias. So if you hear one hundred compliments and the single insult, what do you remember the insult? If you're a normal human being now, if you believe in evolutionary psychology, there's a reason for this the negative bias it has value in paleolithic times. So you're one thousand great grandparents they they needed to be extra aware of dangerous, the the lions the the poisonous mushroom. So that's what we are programmed to notice, but we're not most of us are not on the savannah anymore. So this negative bias is a as. It's quite an unpleasant way to go through life, major cause of depression and anxiety. So how do we fight this negative bias and the best weapon, according to many psychologists credited, particularly the type of gratitude where you focus on the hundreds of things that go, right?.

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"billiant." Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"billiant." Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"I looked like Ted Kaczynski and the bible also says, you know, the stone adulterers, so I tried that. I used pebbles didn't wanna spend my life in jail and the book was about the dangers of following the bible to literally, but it was also an exploration of whether there is some wisdom in this ancient book that might be applicable to today, and I met Tim right before that book came out and we met in a row. Rather unusual way. It was it was like twelve years ago. And I get an Email, and it says my name is Tim Ferriss. I'm I'm writing a book. It's my first book. I'd love to ask you how you write books. What's your process? And I was like, you know, this guy has some as but she were all talked to him. And we get all phone in the asks me about my process. It was it re I realize it's like the Tim Ferriss show. But no one was listening except except for him in me. And at the end of the conversation, Tim says, you know, I read an article you wrote in Esquire I had written article called my outsourced life. And in the article I hired a team of people from Bangalore India to do everything for me. So they answered my phone. They responded to emails for me the argued with my wife for me. It was it was banned tastic because I just got to sit back and read books and watch movies loved it. So Tim says he read that article and he wanted to reprint it in his upcoming book, and I was saying to myself. Well, this guy's a first time writer he's going to sell about two hundred copies. I'm not going to be an ask hat and ask him for a lot of money. So I'm like sure go ahead print the Article, No charts cut to a year later. I get a call. Hey, it's Tim Ferriss that guy you talked to just wanted to let you know that my book is coming out in a few days, and it is number one on Amazon. And I was like what how the hell that happen. I mean, I've never been number one on Amazon and the book, of course, was the floor hour work week and my article on outsourcing my life is the basis fuller chapter eight, and of course, it shows that Tim has a. Billiant mind that disrupted the book business, but oddly lending, Tim print that article for free it turned out to be one of the best business decisions of my career. Not by planning. But I've had so many people who know me from the four hour workweek. So it's it's helped my visibility and get my message out. So karma is real sometimes in this case, it was real. Sometimes you try to do a decent thing in a place in the ass. But but this time it worked. So thank you, Tim. And thank you for outsourcing this to me, okay? Onto the tips. Some of these are in the book and some are not. Some are exclusive to this podcast. And there is plenty of their stuff in the book. Just so, you know, but here strategy number one declare war on the negative bias, the evil evil. Negative bias psychologists will tell you humans are born with a negative bias. So if you hear one hundred compliments and the single insult, what do you remember the insult? If you're a normal human being now, if you believe in evolutionary psychology, there's a reason for this the negative bias it has value in paleolithic times. So you're one thousand great grandparents they they needed to be extra aware of dangerous, the the lions the the poisonous mushroom. So that's what we are programmed to notice, but we're not most of us are not on the savannah anymore. So this negative bias is a as. It's quite an unpleasant way to go through life, major cause of depression and anxiety. So how do we fight this negative bias and the best weapon, according to many psychologists credited, particularly the type of gratitude where you focus on the hundreds of things that go, right?.

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"billiant." Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"billiant." Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

"To ZipRecruiter dot com for slash cross. You're talking about big cat and his consistency, and we've now we've, we've said this word of bunch. And I think it's really important if you're listening to jot it down is, is we see this in sports there are in you all have done it with your pro athlete program. You bring an athlete on who has an audience. It's exciting to start a podcast that's starting to start a YouTube channel, use those two because they're probably the biggest lifts and way of planning and post production publishing. And I see it all the time and I, I work on it with my peers and and and people outside of the sport is like marching this thing, step one totally difficult. But in the grand scheme, it's easiest part totally tenu to push out content like you talked about. Big cat doing is is whereas differentiations better than anyone. You have a full-time gig, you're on the road. You want to win your minds in a bunch of places, and then you're like, I got a record the pot. Gotta get get your like it's like sometimes socks like we laugh here because everybody wants a radio show like everybody wants a radio show until you have a radio show. Radio show you gotta show up at a certain time as certain place every single day and it's it's t. it can be tedious and less. You love what you're doing and like in your case, you love what you talk about your interest in the people you're meeting. So you know, you gotta have something that you love that's bigger than it or something you're interested in, but it's a grind like it's a job and so is being the CEO of of a budding early stage business and taking it through the next stages as you've done when you came in the business at twelve people in three podcasts. Now there's seven hundred plus social accounts. I think probably twenty two or twenty three pods twenty two twenty two over two hundred pieces of content daily yet, video, blogs, audio. Now we're gonna talk a little bit about linear and other strategies that you have there so you you've. Taken us thing to another level, but to get this position, you went through the same interview process as seventy four other male candidates. It was through churning group who kind of introduced you and your previous roles presidency r. oh, at backstage, then coming in here, what were some things? What we'll talk a little bit about and you've mentioned some of your interviewing, but as being the interviewee, what were some of the things that you kind of laid out there to say, hey, I'm the right person for this role. I. When the Channing I had gone to the chairman group with the CEO backstage, and we had gone to raise money for backstage, and they had mentioned like a, we just put money into this the brand, you've never heard of blog. You've never heard of an like, oh, I have heard of barstool sports. I love barstools worth and New Hampshire. This is a world and are it was a little awkward because we're having another meeting, but I just really just couldn't shut up about barstools ios, probably like with what the fuck are you doing or ruining this meeting? We're never going to get money for the charity group. Like I ate you. But I was so impressed with the chairman group that they saw. They saw barstool because being a new Englander and loving sports in having that sense of humor. Like you know what? Dave and Dan and Kevin Clancy and Keith Markevic like what they created early days of borstal was spectacular. And frankly, I modeled a lot of what we did at backstage on barstool like I always had barstool in the back of my head. I don't think I'm great interviewer to be honest with you. Like I, I met, you know, I had a mutual friend with Dave woman named Betsy Morgan who's also Colby grad. And she's actually, interestingly starting her own type of chairman group company where they're launching early stage media and content brands. I met Dave. I didn't know what to expect. I was nervous about it and I wasn't sure I wasn't sure I didn't know what I just didn't know what I was gonna walk into and I loved him. And I thought that he was Br. Billiant and where we really connected was like the potential of commerce for barstool and the potential for content and the idea that there needed to be someone who didn't come in and ruin this thing..

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"billiant." Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

08:21 min | 2 years ago

"billiant." Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Or how about the idiot white man who burned shoes with his feet still in them? That was difficult to believe that that was real and burnt himself. Very tough to. Congratulations idiot. You are now going to think about that every time you take a step through that. I mean, so it's just we live in a fascinating time. We live in a fascinating time where a president cares about tweeting more than he cares about social Justice. He cares. More about his ego. Then he cares about political correctness are our defensive across the country are economic sanctions. He he's making himself rich while the middle class dies. And he claims he's for the working men like it's a it's a really interesting time to be alive, and to be witnessing this credible levels of ignorance, and and you think that we're getting past it, and we're not we're actually regressing, right? What would think that we could have looked at the Barack Obama presidency as a sign of change that we had gotten over? A hurdle that America the America we knew in the past was the past. But in fact, the Obama presidency through little fault, if any fault of his own created a schism in this country because there were so many people angry that a black man could be elected president that will we were fractured then. And I don't know what it's gonna take to get us back together. But right now in two thousand eighteen we are farther apart than we have ever been before where we don't even want to talk to each other like the opinion, you express someone who has the exact opposite opinion. You two will never get to each other because he'll block you from Facebook or he'll block you from Twitter. Hang up on you, immediately or shut you down or whatever we can't talk to each other anymore because of the divide in this country. And we find ourselves here every day trying to navigate through these murky waters of social issues and talking about tolerance and intolerance, and all that, and you can't even listen to someone else's opinion because they're pussy liberal or they're a Nazi Republican or your this your that. And who benefits from us being divided by this big? But. Big business big government and everyone else who wants to control the populace. And and it keeps us from talking to each other and advancing and no, no, no, you're absolutely right. And you know, what I know plenty of men and women of color who held President Obama's feet to the fire like they did with Bush and Clinton and anyone else, and I'll be the first one to tell you. He was not a perfect president. He made a lot of mistakes. He was putting kids in cages just way Trump is he had a very poor record with what he did with Israel and what he did in the Middle East. He was not proficient in how he handled diplomatic strategies in the Middle East in Gaza. Like, he was not you have to hold the president's feet to the fire. If he's multicultural if he's white if he's whatever his feet have to be held to the fire. And I know plenty plenty of very smart, very intense. Very thoughtful people of color who say it was great to see. It was great to have that happen, right? Because again, you know, one of the things that I personally hilly that people don't even think about in Detroit's going to appreciate this Flint to my left is going to preach in two thousand eight when Obama is on the trail. He went to the end of Lacey pe- in Detroit, which is the largest NWPP membership in the US, and they announced him as the the next and the first black president of the United States, and he got on the Mike, and he said, well, I'm not black multicultural my mother's white. And they booed him. And they booed him because they wanted him to be black, right? It's the same thing as Tiger Woods. Correct. When they said, oh, he's a black often. He said, no, my mother's Filipino Cablinasian. So if you if I can't deny my mother, and who she is the same way, I can't deny my father, and then people like, oh, you don't want to claim your black like what are you talking about? You know, that's like ridiculous. Like my daughter. You know, my children are African American Puerto Rican Polish Jewish kits right? So my my daughter always she has a joke. She does improv in LA. And she says look I date white guys not by racism by preference. And that's and that's her schtick. Yeah. In the same token, when we moved into our neighborhood, Dr Phillips and the door was open, and my daughter was coming out in a hood and her hands in her pockets. A cop pulled up to the house and pulled a gun on her and said, what are you doing in this house in Dr Phillips in Dr Phillips, which is you know for those who are listening outside of Tampa. And is a pretty, you know, my next door neighbor was like JJ Redican, and he's got a gun pointed at my daughter, and he's like hands where I can see them. And he's like how did you get in this house, and she's like I live here. He's like, well, can you prove it, and she's like, no we just moved in. And my son's coming out with a box that he's taken to the garage and he's coming and he's like, well, why is that boy taking the box out of the house? He goes because my father asked him to and then I came out, and I'm like can somebody tell me what's going on here? He's like who is this. I said to my daughter. Did you guys move here? I said, yeah. And he puts the gun away. I said will you pointing a gun at my daughter. Any kinda pauses? And he looks at me, and he goes just make sure she has idea the next time. She comes out of the house. And I was like who who needs ID, right? I mean, so that that and my daughter has olive skin. She's not one way should not another way. She's a beautiful young lady would beautiful skin. But for you because he has a hoodie and her hands in her pockets and you're a cop and you're like at she's at the front of the house. I'm I got a little money. There's a little yard between the front of the house and the stoop share and you're at your car, which your gun pointed out of fifty forty yards away. Like, really like really like, that's that's where we're at like, really, you don't a we not seeing the amount of young black men that are killed in this country. By police. Good and bad. Really? We're not seeing that. And you said something an-, and it's it's compelling to me you're saying we're not communicating. Right. I am a homeboy mine. He's a total Trump guy. He totally the op total opposite of me. Right. We kick it all the time. We don't talk politics. We talk about other things. And when we get to politics things get hot, of course. But we both grown men. Right. And we know that if we're going to maintain a friendship, we are entitled to agree to disagree. Correct. There's a difference between agreeing to disagree and agreeing to say FU, you and walkaway. Yep. We should be able to have dialogue in this country to agree to disagree. And I'll leave it at this Ruth, Bader Ginsburg, our supreme court Justice, her best friend on the bench is sand. Whatever Santorum, right. San San Antonio who is the most right wing conservative on the bench. Right. And she was asked how can you stand? This man. How can you stand him? You are a liberal Jew from New York. How can you possibly stand this this pro-life total opposite? She said because he's one of the most bridge. Billiant men I've ever met. Simple as that simple. As that doesn't matter. If we agree or disagree. He's on the supreme court bench for a reason. Right. And so she, and so is she no doubt feel like he can before you get out of hell, man. What do you think I've been waiting for his.

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"billiant." Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"billiant." Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Billiant. Close they jump over babies who are laid down on mattresses along the. Streets so weird hope they blocked the. Streets I think that's why I like Doke so much because humans are so weird in. Spain they hold a huge fight where they throw what at each other hate tomatoes because, yeah because snowballs are so last. Year oh my. God it is traditional for brides in China to do what for a month before the wedding Cracks me up because I'm like just. Don't get married his his to do what for? A month before the wedding. I don't know I could get rude here I don't know cry cry. Called blubbing I guess it beats crying. For a month after the wedding ce- you get all your blubbing out Cedo blob on. The day I don't blow off does when is such a shock we realize oh my, God okay so in ten reef. Which is a. Spanish island off Africa what did they bury during advent and lent bread close a sardine And they all wear at its food is they all wear black and they do a. Funeral procession and then they. Bury a sardine when kids here when kids loose teeth, in Greece, what did they. Do. This is really weird I guess you're going to have to. Walk around and duck the throw them yeah on the roofs TV For the tooth fairy to come and get them so, they? Don't maybe better than putting it under your pillow exactly have written knowing, that, equipment varies gonna come tell you take your tooth if. Any alien, came? Down to our country just tried to? Figure out. Think about all the parents they would. They would think, we were some kind of monsters because we all. Have teeth in hair right you have your daughters. First haircut you save my? Parents said to me look look at all. This stuff and they. Have my teeth I'm like what what do I want with my teeth that's? Disgusting and they keep them in, a ziplock we we keep Alex is what are you gonna do with it I, have my teeth when? I was little you. Why mother can my teeth I guess it's like keeping a shrunken head no. Idea, so bizarre it's his I really. Want my If you're invited to, dinner and she lay what? Should you always do, you should always the Yep No don't let that Rabia isn't? It you, know that's. Japan I. Think, no it's it's aerob-. Custom, oh you're. Right, so Middle East coast, but in Sheila arrived late so if they say eight, PM it means eight fifteen showing up on time is considered, reality kind of like England actually fashionably late seeing fashionably late which. Is around ten. Fifty minutes after you never on time tells. Sean that because we. Call it for for time to owner that's, much better I'm? Always, ten fifteen minutes late. To everything I. Can't help it maybe it's. Just I'm just more polite now you know what yes I think you are there you. Go you got. A, great excuse. You, never turn up on time at? Something and, you never. Turn up. Early, to rudeness I love. That, well all. Right Last. One I'm reading so much this is great, quite bizarre but? We, actually have to can. Give you two. More how do you tell. Your hosts in India and Japan you've enjoyed your meal oh is that the last Nope. You thank them. I, don't know Finish everything on. Your play oh God that'd be terrible it's rude not? To but you're in. China, it's rude to finish? It, all because it. Implies your host In here? You go here's the answer. That you, we're looking for. In some Inuit cultures, in Canada how do, you tell a chef you've enjoyed the meal you know what The other end l. you you, do, you make. Gas you fought what was it to say. The, word because. When. I say it's part when? You say. You fought it sounds so.

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"billiant." Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"billiant." Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Don't know what he's doing but i will tell you this real quick is said when they were growing up when my kids are growing up they kinda hassled me for being in the microsoft space because they thought open source was like the greatest thing ever right so now they're grown up and i talked to my older son i said hey you know i'm working on open source for microsoft right and what are you doing these days and he goes i can't tell you mom i know what he does all i know is i get no spam in my g mail in box he's now on a close or project it google and can't talk about it that's pretty funny then fairness i want to say apparently part of what they're doing they're hoping that they'll be able to take open source but yeah no i don't know what he actually does so that's that's pretty funny very cool yeah it's interesting we're now in this place where we even look at your take it open source like if it's an open source project should be open source from the outset it's very interesting that microsoft's clearly made the switch now where they're simply starting projects in get hub visible the whole way that's true i do think that there's a space for projects that that sort of have design phase in a in a definition phase which is not so open because the the the the definition of something can can require a very high level of expertise and and actually i'll spill the beans and say that we're we're working on one right now as a side project with the folks that are absolute experts at command line parsing they're just absolutely billiant on on that within the dot net space and we're working at setting up a command line par sir as a open source project but it's i designed phase where you know we're doing some pretty radical rethinking on a regular basis we're just we're just not quite doing that public this is just a side project for some of us but we were looking forward to that being being public super soon and hopefully moving towards inc immediate what i'm saying here is not necessarily fair because most overtures project start with a person building some experiments for themselves that the eventually published into right open source repository for folks to take a look at an be part of a cathlene able to use that command line on a project we're doing an epi necks right now that's why i i think that'd be fantastic we're the goal of it is to be super simple for the super simple case and then also be able to be as complex as we need to be because the doug it's ally is one of the more complicated command line parsing problems that are is out there and it it has to fit that for it to make sense for us to be doing it but it's the expertise gained on that that we want to take what's in the cli which is open source but it just it's not right you can be open source and not be right for for people to use it's too hard to use the the ideas are a little bit convoluted and so sometimes you have to take that out and rethink it and put it into a context that makes sense for people but for parsing we want separate out the model of how you define what you're parsing from the actual parson formation and separate that out from the ways we use our parse definition which includes help man pages tab completion and then the actual parsing of something so anyway we're working on that and i hadn't really plan on talking about well i'm sure your share working plenty of cool things that you really can't wait to start talking about so just open the floor yeah days well i'm all over the map right now little bit it's all within the dot net team and all within the the tooling space so the cli now works alongside visual studio a little bit more closely than we used to they're both the the gateway into the dot net ecosystem and in doing dot net applications and at one case we're using the command line using tools like the code in other editors.

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"billiant." Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"billiant." Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

"Mean it again this really is episode of the episodes eric hodgson said you know and are thriving through grief episode like yes it's gonna hurt you know but it can also like allowing yourself to feel that and really feel the feelings can also allow you to really thrive and like become aware of how resilient you actually are because you are so billiant so resilient almost almost like the more the more you doing into those those fears of feeling those feelings the more you also realize your capacity to feel the joy that's on the other side of it and it's not just i'm afraid of those bad quote bad feelings i won't experience the joy but but also saying wait no i i've i'm lowering myself to be present even in this place that that can hurt kinda sucks but then you in those places can realize your tremendous capacity to also feel joy and you know we are all i think very worthy of actually experiencing that joy that's like that's the most beautiful part of life it sounds so cheesy but it's so true you know in the book brunei lists few other vulnerabilities shields but those are the three most common ones and you know i think to like.

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"billiant." Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"billiant." Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Revolution the it was going to be the 14th state the 14th colony emily yes and there was a there was a rebellion against the stamp back down there and the governor of the bahamas was put in a coffin and and lowered into the ground and he said i'm not gonna re revoke the stamp act and they started poor in the dirt on him and then he said a claim around fading on the news it's an app the at being buried alive will do that to you and i believe it was in world war one that the economy was strangled by regulations and uh instead of being a small a food producing country they went to tourism and they've always been definitely important naval base during this second wore our all and it's been british since time immemorial a adelino when it was conquered and fill it it's a country it's a kind of run by the british yet not relating independence it's probably independence in this by the british commonwealth 1962 it's an independent country but part of the british commonwealth like canada and a lot of the other nations are and the greek james bond movie was filmed the resigned earlier here at the anchorage woman the my finger which i can question has to do with puerto rico why do we have it at a us territory were pouring billiant we pour billions of dollars into it every year why i know they don't want to become the fiftyfirst state but what does it makes sense to me and i could be totally wrong about this this is the only us territory that i know that we dump lots of money into it uh dis screaming that uh with the hurricanes and save had with the not getting enough money um why do we have it as a us territory and why hasn't it become the fiftyfirst state will it was acquired during the spanishamerican war of united states conquered cuba and then there was an amendment test that said we cannot keep it all my guy wim we it was that this was 1898 i see so we won the war and new will probably hellbent to keep it and then i think it was to use teller or platt with cigarette which one came first one congressman said we cannot keep it but then another superseded incendiary will we can keep some of these other things so we we was.

"billiant." Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"billiant." Discussed on KKAT

"Safe in his kit knows that there are safe in your school in your whilst trump they will do anything for you they really wealthier billiant amazing into look up to them is what to say where america's still at innocent country i disagree with all of these left wing jobs out there they are a minority they do not represent united states i'm a veteran i spent six years at an essay i know what went on in what the president new around the time of benghazi because i worked give at area we are amazing country liens oil it waiting a wacko all with nut jobs out there do not represent the united states they represent a nightmare that will wake up from and realize that the people who run down and dealt the people to florida who we are as a country of america that these other jobs i just ignore there are still an innocent country i love that we are we are a nato look what could state of a lottery cubes who live in the suburbs i work in a rural although in these kids out there you know people all the quaker slaughter a quality because they go work in the field federa that innocent the bulk not be inner city rhetoric twisted by it'll education of these liberal pitchers out there the crux of america california san francisco and los angeles to liberal where i lived in the central valley would very conservative now back to america that is america that's why donald trump's in office that's reason why we still have kids that are somewhat naive but have an idea of what's going on now conduct regular krill oil is other people are just nuts nut god.

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"billiant." Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"billiant." Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Breaking news cavities says his goal with team key let me find out more sunesson key are teaming up bodies money be in a dig robots are lower side of the gaza if you win taking a shot which that's my goal so bustos it has more poor don't don't worry mirage2000 that will be tasked with me to worry about that focus on the fact that if you window i'm taking a shower with two shots he said a double shot ha in one more thing any sunglasses on because you'll need once we get into next week start monday there's no more gifts his win it's when he wins no more gifts starting next week call monday i want to hear f occur went in this might what's up with them having a bill bell is amazed to build is amazing are not ours that was that specifically made four him yell at yes so why do i know is not now not for him no for us it's the winning sub saying why didn't if he had his time with it that show why don't we will and i was told we would have our time yeah they had told me yesterday oregon come but is friday who like to them through and they are time with the botas after he win fsr time or whatever we can't touch it anyway right you can't touch now you can touch touched you but in estate worry now i'm gonna say this and this is funny is on the mic you'd added one more time from here if and when billiant win speech there's no ifs next week starting next week okay why are you laughing rigor worth with with next week when our way yes.

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"billiant." Discussed on KSKA 91.1 FM

KSKA 91.1 FM

02:37 min | 4 years ago

"billiant." Discussed on KSKA 91.1 FM

"Fit into their why surroundings all my goodness another dear there oh no it's a bald eagle little trick of perspective there the dark back of a bald eagle let's pulling away at the remains of a salmon now turns out and see very clearly the billiant whitehead entail as our bear now actually wandering a little bit in my direction and i'm end up having to back up very carefully not to frighten away well i said sitting perfectly into their surroundings and beyond this as i look at this animal holy i hope i met to close as i said most somehow this place seems to be shaped by the powerful an all encompassing presence of despair while suddenly turns and looks upstream a gorgeous flu passes reporter there any act fitted smacked in there something turn nso looked a little bit alarmed and now back to scavenging on a fish that it found laying on a gravel bar i am on beer and a half island rugged wild island facing out into the vast of so the north pacific ocean on the outer coast of southeast alaska all around me right now quintessential tonga's national forests country tall spruce trees climbing up the mountainsides in greed ridges and rugged peaks by far the largest national forest in the united states bigger than the state of west virginia it's a spectacular mees work of mountains and blazers fjords in bays and about a thousand islands of every size worthy head of a very long fjord like bay with mao putin's all around us and talk about the ultimate peace and tranquillity and beauty of alaskan wildness we've got it right here on this autumn morning of course it's been raining extreme as rushing along we've had a day of downpours followed up by this hazy morning looks like it might rain again by the afternoon this i'm going to present rain feeds literally thousands of streams like this one that tumble down the slopes in wind for the great wild valleys of tonga's southeast alaska comprises the heart of the largest temperate rainforest remaining on earth the mountainsides here in the valleys cloaked in great coniferous trees rate next to me huge sitca spruce trees there's western hemlock strewn through this force and yellow cedar.

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