22 Burst results for "Brogan"

"brogan" Discussed on The Life Stylist

The Life Stylist

04:26 min | 8 months ago

"brogan" Discussed on The Life Stylist

"It's like every week there's like 8000 more just dropping off whatever. And I've been at the same number of followers for two years. Me too. Yeah, me too. I still like to pose my dance videos there. This disinformation doesn't thing. I mean, for me, it was like there have been some folks who've been very interested in criticizing my works some younger men. And it's always had the feeling of little boys pulling my braids on the ground. It's talking about like these beta male conspiracy guys oh my God. It's sufferable. Sad. I feel like they masturbate to me regularly. And that's sweet, but it's not, it's not where I'm gonna I don't care. It's funny and sweet and but there seem to be some connection because I wouldn't otherwise necessarily put myself in the 12 people who are putting out. out vaccine related information. I mean, I have tons of it on my site, but it's not been my focus because I don't know that we make decisions about vaccines based on science any longer. I think that we're in a moment of deep trauma based mind control and if you are making decisions for or against vaccines and you're doing so with great passion from either side of the aisle, you're doing so from your trauma, that's my belief. And so what I'm going to show you my published paper on the psychobiology of vaccine adverse effects, like you don't you can't engage through your executive mind when you're in your limbic. And so I've been very chiefly interested in smoking out the aspects of parentification of these authorities through vilification compliance, right? It's the same energy. And then what it could look like to relate to what's happening through that, the mixed psychology, the good, bad object, coexisting as we were talking about earlier of the sovereign adult. Like what does that look like? And so that's what I've been talking about for many, many months, so how did I end up on that list other than whatever these wankers? I find that the categories of the woke cancelers, right? You have the establishment, right? So there's people in media. There's people in the pharmaceutical industry that are aware of a Kelly brogan and they're like, all right, we got to talk to big tech. We got to get her off Facebook, right?.

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"brogan" Discussed on The Life Stylist

The Life Stylist

04:49 min | 8 months ago

"brogan" Discussed on The Life Stylist

"Was one thing I wanted to get it. As I predicted, I haven't looked at my mouth because I knew that would happen, but there were things I wanted to discuss. And that's one of them. I do want to get into that. But before I forget, I want to congratulate you on making it onto the disinformation does unless. I'm just so proud of you. And I'm going to admit here on this recording, I felt a little envious when all of you were included in that and arbitrary. I'm joking, but I was like, God, am I not doing something right? I should be on there, you know, not that I really don't want to be. I have enough, I have enough problems, but what's that been like in your journey for those that, for those that don't know your story, you can go back and listen to the other episodes. I think it was number 91 and two 30. So I'm not mistaken. We'll put them in the show notes, but I think especially in the first one we talked about, your journey of being a straight laced, accredited psychiatrist, totally indoctrinated into the system, found flaws in that and eventually ejected yourself out of that and became Kelly brogan the rogue. But what has it been like seeing yourself? And you don't seem terribly bothered by it, which is amazing. When did the censorship start to appear and when did you start to be vilified on such a grand scale, a and B, how have you been able to love yourself through that and reconcile that and just stay grounded without that egoic attachment to disapproval? Or egoic fear of disapproval and being ostracized and I mean, that's such a deep rooted thing with us. That's interesting. Well, I'll answer. Okay, so it was June, I remember it must have been three years ago. That the Google algorithms changed. And I was wiped completely. I had first page, which anyone who's done this organically over years of writing, writing, writing, and SEO, and all that stuff. I had first page results for a number of things, including weird searches like gut brain searches and psychoneuroimmunology and whatever. And I was just wiped. And so now anything that is relevant of the hundreds of essays that I've written can not be found unless you put Kelly brogan MD dot com. In the search, which, of course, nobody's putting one. They're searching a new concept. You know, it's funny you mention that because when I was getting ready to prep for the interview, I just searched Kelly brogan. And I was like, where's her main website? It was on the first page. But it was on all the way down. I'm like,.

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"brogan" Discussed on The Life Stylist

The Life Stylist

02:03 min | 8 months ago

"brogan" Discussed on The Life Stylist

"The betterment of others. I think by now most of us know that minerals are important, but it's really tough to know which minerals to take without knowing what you need. And mineral imbalance is a huge issue. So guesswork is pretty sketchy. Wouldn't it be great to know not only what minerals you need and which mineral levels are too high? Well, I recently found a very cool way to accurately test all of that and take the guesswork and wasted supplement spending out of the equation. I'm talking about upgraded formulas upgraded hair test and consultation. It's really fast and easy to do. You just cut a couple small hair samples, mail it in and then book your consultation during which one of their expert staff explains your mineral levels and even your heavy metal toxicity. We just sent in my wife Allison's test and got some good and not so good news. She was luckily very low and lead in mercury, which is awesome, but we also found high aluminum, which is less than ideal. Luckily, her mineral levels look super solid overall, but her magnesium levels were a bit high in her selenium a bit low. So with that accurate information at hand, we did a heavy metals detox protocol to get that aluminum down and also determined that she does not need to supplement magnesium for the time being. But that it would do her some good to up her selenium intake and not only this upgraded formulas have you covered on the test and consultation, but they also happen to make the best absorbed nano minerals I've ever found. Getting your minerals right can sort out hidden deficiencies that are affecting thyroid, adrenal and many other systems in your body. So I highly recommend you check out the test and consultation at upgraded formulas dot com. Now you can also save 15% off your first purchase by using the code Luke at checkout. That link again is upgraded formulas dot com. That was one thing I wanted to get it..

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"brogan" Discussed on The Life Stylist

The Life Stylist

03:35 min | 8 months ago

"brogan" Discussed on The Life Stylist

"Brogan, here we are. Face to face for the first time. So great. It feels impossible to believe that we haven't met. I still can't get over it. Yeah, 'cause we've done two remote podcasts before, right? Yeah, you've been on the show twice. And I mean, right, time and space are illusory to a certain degree. So when you drop in with someone on a Zoom, you know, you're with them, but there's still a time delay and there's a certain, I don't know, lack of sharing that field. I never yours were great. And by the way, one of yours, I think it was the last one we did is like in my top 5 of all time. So thank you for getting me listeners. I might have been particularly angry that day. People are in there. But anyway, so thanks for texting me. Let's hang out. My version of hanging out is putting mics on someone and strap in. Now just catching up, but you know, I'm sure I have a sense because we just had a preliminary podcast of talking about things that we can't talk about publicly, which is always the case or most often the case. But I find like if you and I just went to coffee, we would probably have about the same conversation where you're not going to have. Yeah. So here we are. First off, what's new and exciting in your life? What's happening that you're stoked about in today's strange climate? I'm in a very major transition in my life and the darkest tightest squeeze is behind me just by I would say like a month or so. And as I'm sure, you can relate and everybody knows it's a spiral process, right? So there's like contractions and expansions and contractions and sometimes the contraction earns the illustrious title of dark knight. And that window that I went through, I'm not alone. I know a lot of people who've been through a very challenging moment that I find typically to be characterized by this sense of letting go of something that you form really thought would kill you to lose, you know? And finally getting to the point of recognizing that you can't get what you thought you could get from that place and that you have to let it go or leave. And it's the same sort of landscape as my patients I worked with who finally recognized that they couldn't get what they thought. They could get from the medical system and they had to leave. And it feels existentially terrifying. I think it's archetypal. The human journey. And it doesn't matter what your particular loss is, whether it's a relationship or a family dynamic or a literal loss like a death or leaving a system or organization. There's this sense that you might die because of it. And I went through that. And of course, there's always hidden gifts. And Jim is that sort of wash up on the shore of that very rugged terrain. And I'm in the phase of claiming those, I think. And for me, it's looked like a kind of play and a kind of, I don't know, like budding relationship to part of my child self, maybe even parts of my childhood that I didn't have any active dynamic with and also integrating that into my adult sexuality and sensuality and seems like an unlikely pairing. Like a child like play and adult sensuality and for whatever reason, that bridge of connection.

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"brogan" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"brogan" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"So that's that was what happened is stepping off as I didn't feel the closure. Coming back for more, but first, brogan, listen up carefully. Okay, okay. We're brought to you today by rich you will. Ritual. Not rich roll. Nope. Ritual. Let me try. Ritual. There you go. Okay. Ritual. Ritual, ritual. You know what it is? I need you to give me some more information. It's the best cleanest vegan friendly multivitamin out there. Oh, okay. Formulated with high quality nutrients. No way. Bioavailable forms. Delayed release capsule. Aha. And they have made their supply chain completely transparent. So you'll always know where your nutrients come from. You see right through it. That is a revolutionary act in the supplement world where anything goes because it's completely unregulated. It's usually cloaked in mystery, and yet here they're just giving you need and deserve to know what's in the shit. You're putting in your body. I agree. There you go. So get key nutrients without the BS, which is offering all you guys, how much off? They're doing 10% 10%. Get you started. During your first three months, here's what you're going to do. You're going to visit ritual dot com RIT UAL dot com slash rich roll. Ritual dot com slash ritual to start your ritual when today. Now. Right now, this minute. Get it going. I'm talking. Okay, I already got one. Here it goes. I already got mine. All right. Brought to you today by U cam, because everybody deserves to be told you can. Tell me more. You can, right? That feels good. Do you know what it is? I have no idea. Right. It's unclear at this point. It will soon be made clear. Basically, you can take performance nutrition to the next level. Actually to the level beyond that through the roof, here's the deal. Most sports energy products are filled with all kinds of crap, sugar, fast carbs. It gives you that quick flash of energy. But it's short lived. It always comes with this crash. And as an endurance athlete, you know, as well as I do, that's not what you want. When you're out there throwing down on those super long runs and rides, what do you need broken? I mean, it's some good stuff. You need a steady release of energy. You want that kind of IV of just you know, you're getting nourished, but you're not spiking your blood sugar levels. And you can has really perfected this with this patented ingredient called super starch. And I can tell you, I've been using this stuff for quite a while at this point. The difference really is real, especially on those big monster days where you just demand an even keeled source of energy. You don't want to be going up and down and all that kind of stuff. And also, it's important in terms of waking up the next day, not depleted, but refresh recovered ready to hit it again. So this stuff really is the bomb, no negotiation. If you haven't tried it, I know a guy. I'll hook you up. All right, here's what you're going to do..

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"brogan" Discussed on My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"brogan" Discussed on My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

"That are essential building blocks of creating a career of distinction get put to the back burner so it behooves us to talk about what it means to really make a commitment starting with. How do you start to evaluate decisions that affect your trajectory for the long game. It's easy to think about it in sports because you have season and people want to end up at the top of their division so they make the playoffs. How do people think about that in terms of being an entrepreneur or business leaders and evaluating whether they're making progress. What really animates. My writing of the long game in many ways is very question. Because we all know of course untold zillion times. That success is not overnight. Everybody knows this. Everybody will profess this and yet a problem emerges because for a lot of people there is a really big gap between okay not overnight and meanwhile the other ended spectrum. How long is this going to take that. They ask after four weeks. That's you're right and these starts at you're in a tunnel and they start to freak out in the tunnel because they don't know how long it's gonna last they don't see any light and it's it is very scary when you're in this process not getting feedback not getting affirmation because whenever you start anything. There's no feedback. Chris brogan the blogger and author. Chris brogan famously talked about how it took him eight years of blogging to get his first one hundred readers. Oftentimes that's how it unfolds and so in those dark times which frankly are necessary to get to the goal so many people quit so many people give up. And so i really wanted in the long game to try to create a framework for people so that they could begin to grapple without into understand a little bit. More about how you can persevere. Even without getting instant results you know when there is a vacuum. How can you nonetheless have the patience. And the perseverance to be able to do what you need to do to get long term results you talk about having four components to making a commitment. I guess there's a precursor that which is really knowing. What your committee because not everyone wants to have the. Glamorous stereotypical successive entrepreneurs not..

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"brogan" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"brogan" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"You know. What would the two things in government that you would be like man. I want them. Laser focused on things. I want them laser focused on their job. Now yes true. I'd like them all. Faa probably should be laser focused on their jobs shirt. You know what i mean. I want them to concentrate on that military. The military would be my number one. Yeah they should be laser focused on that none none nothing else. Nothing else just getting that job done right. Yes i think the. Cdc would be one of those things. Yeah that's fair them. I don't want them concerned about some new woke movement. I really want them. Laser focused on. Is the airlock sealed. Sure you know what i mean. Yeah that kind of stuff happens when other countries. Maybe you don't have the airlock so well. Yeah yeah and you know. We used to think that no news is good news from the. Cdc cdc speaks. You're like okay. Why why are you talking. But what what what what's going on. Is there seal brogan. What happened. I saw that movie. That wasn't good so eighteen months ago. We never thought of the cdc because they were focused on their job but eighteen months is like forever ago right now. The cdc has been able to unable to control cove in nineteen. They are apparently attempting to control something else. Now i want you to know you cannot control cove in nineteen. Let's can we. Please get over this. I told you when it before it when it was in china. If this comes here and goes around the world we will have to live with it for the rest of our lives. It's like the flu and the flu of nineteen eighteen is still going around in one form or another. It's why we get shots. So can we stop making this into a bola. It's not and we're going. You can't cure it. You can do things to slow it down. You can do just like a flu shot you can prepare for. You can make the the symptoms less severe and we should be doing all those things. Come up with therapeutics that will help..

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"brogan" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"brogan" Discussed on Here & Now

"The holiday celebrates the end of slavery and includes music dancing and a parade. Steer this like trump artie at the distance year. This braswell carey says this video from youtube is exactly as she remembers. The parades she says saving for and planning this trip. Each summer is a tradition. That's changing. I have to be a lot more aware about my plan. B. plan c. Of returning to the us. If it is. If i came in carey says there's a lot more talk in the bahamas about rising water levels and what that will mean for the future in tampa florida. Sarah brogan says summer's are getting hotter going to the beach to cool off as a decades long tradition for her family. We've been to the beach once the summer. That's because of red tide. These algae blooms are increasing likely because of human pollution and warming temperatures. They produce toxins that kill life which is why brogan is staying away from the beach before you even get there. You can smell. The smell of the dead. Fish is very strong. Health officials say people with breathing problems like asthma should stay clear. Red tide areas brogan. A registered nurse says her family doesn't have chronic breathing issues. But it's still uncomfortable us. It would be like you know just to throw earl send you know you have clear your throat more. You cough a little bit. Brogan canceled plans to rent a pontoon boat for father's day to go fishing. She's still hopes to.

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"brogan" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

The Podcast On Podcasting

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"brogan" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

"About three people that are perfect and you will spend time cultivating that. I don't know if i'm doing anything wrong specifically on clubhouse but this clubhouse to instagram thing is reminded me of what you're talking about who only because john clubhouse and i ask people to. Dm me if they want a certain thing and sometimes people will just dm me because they're wanting to connect or they want help with podcast. And i have not to brag or something like that. I mean saying this more to complain. I have like a couple thousand unique messages. that came from linked. It came from You're reminded me of lincoln came from clubhouse to instagram. And i'm like these are all super no offense to them. They're my friends too. But i'm like these are all superficial like i don't know anything about any. There's too many. I could never know when you were talking about jive into linked in and not facebook and all these other social. It's the same thing i'm mile. Wide and just an instinct with thousands of people literally thousands of unique conversations. And i'm hyperventilating. I go into some type of convulsions or something because of it. I'm like oh my gosh. I can't deal every time. I'll spend hours connecting like messaging people back and it's like non-exhaustive home. None of them are real. it's all exhausting. Yeah and as soon as i'm done with ours i still have like another thousand that are unopened. I need to take everything that i learned from you on this episode and i need to like an and figure out how to make it happen similar way on other social media platforms. Must be on now. Obviously linked in is the best. I shouldn't be anywhere else. Offend you. But i am and i need to figure out how to take what you've taught me and actually implemented coast. Oh your podcast is linked in with louise for. There's another way to say it. Because of i guess laws. And yeah linking. And this louise linking linking in with louise. You've given just so much value here on this podcast. So i hope that the listener jumps over in learns how to get there lincoln profile ready to go with the five mistakes and everything that you teach. Maybe you can. I can do some type of lincoln to promote this one when it goes out. I'll have to connect with you on that. Yes let's wrap it up right now but is there like one or two things that you do wanna share with the listener about their podcast to be able to grow it on on linked in that we might not have shared so far. Yeah i think if you can create conversation. I ride what you'll be talking about on your podcast. You'll get people entrusted to go and check out your podcast so rather than just a nine seeing that..

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"brogan" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

The Podcast On Podcasting

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"brogan" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

"Like den and with me one hundred percent. Yes i get quite a lot of people who say highways. I heard you on adams. Podcast like yeah right. I need to stop class clowning and let you get back to it. So say you see an article that is of interest article podcasting some shared and there's conversation happening underneath it and it's really interesting and you're thinking oh i love what dot guy says there and you click on their name. This approve is so important. You click on their name. You read their profile. You think yeah out that person to my network and you say hey john. I love what you said on that article by adam. And i'd love to connect with you here. Length jen if you to connect don't just send requests to say i'd like to add you to my network you wanna say. How did you find him. Why are you connecting with them. And if you can make two to three strong connections every day and those people you have a conversation those people come any clients. Do you need if you're selling thousands of widgets. Obviously it's completely different. But if you're working in a business where he only really need ten clients and you connect to us. Say twenty people in a month over the course of time. You're gonna have plenty of people reaching out to find out how to work with you or what happens with me as well as someone will get in touch with me and say oh my friend. Tracy follows your length dense. Your personality speak to. Can you help me with lincoln. Please louise that is very standards for the kind of messages. I get butts. Just reach out to connect with somebody over something that you have seen them right. Heard them say or something. They've shared that's of interest. And if you can't find anything like that band wire you actually connected with if it's just you're trying to find lions then address. It's not really high link didn't work so by building relationships. It's not a bite right. okay. I wanna work with tan pediatricians Tampa attractions because their pediatrician's..

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"brogan" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

The Podcast On Podcasting

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"brogan" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

"I could never got to twenty five thousand followers. If i did that would take forever. So i would just like add. Maybe a thousand or two thousand people every single day and all of a sudden linked in says you need to know this person's email to send him something. And i'm like sal even know them. I don't even know the person. How am i supposed to get their email. And i was just of sobbing so i would probably say that in your experience you would have been able to protect me if i consulted with you before. A did all that fun stuff and only have a couple of thousand followers like redone. It and i'm like do not do that. Now we will. We'll still like send private messages as we're connecting with people. Yeah but i wanna find out the best practices for that like when we connect with people. I'm guessing we don't do this. But you can correct me. Do we jump in. And we say hey. I want to connect with you. Because i help people on lincoln. And here's my website and here's my email if you need and here's my phone number and you can call me in if you want to connect with me on facebook. Here's all matter social media and it's like just a giant long post to make sure that you don't miss anything. I think if i did that i wouldn't have a business. So what's the secret sauce then. Okay so i just actually this morning worked with a vip client who we created her linked to having linked denikai before and so she says literally teaching her from scratch. and so she's nobody in our network or up to you How did you find you if she didn't have linked in. I thought that was how everybody found you because shushi works in the law and a person who she mentors hired me me on link and the person who she mentor. Said you need to speak to. Louise derailed the conversation..

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"brogan" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

The Podcast On Podcasting

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"brogan" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

"Here's five things not to do and din so the people in my network connect with me and follow me because they want to learn to use dense. So that's what i give them now. You're saying there's five things not to do on lincoln. Well we got. We have to dive into that. There's lots of here's a question. I do want to make sure that. I'm taking good notes. Sharon getting everything into the show notes of the episode as well so number one i loved you said that top one percent of action takers on linked in are the people that are posting regularly. Because most people don't and i heard that lincoln had more followers than almost any other platform in the world like there's just tons of users but as you stated maybe one percent of them approximately are hosting regularly. So i thought that was interesting and i definitely want to mention that you also said it's the four pillars and one of the pillars. The seat and the seat is your lincoln profile profile so like you wanna make sure that it's seo friendly. You wanna make sure that it's inviting you wanna make sure that it is has a good hook and that people are going to read it and you know maybe your image. Maybe that your hats not covering your eyes or that. You're wearing sunglasses or that. You'll look like in meaning angry. Man like folding their arms and they're just like they have the grumpiest face on there and they're like i want people know that i'm a tough guy. I'm really just want people know that they can't mess with me and so they're folding their arms and i just think that body language and that grumpy face is not inviting. I'm guessing so you're talking about that profile being the main thing and then you said the three legs and i didn't take great note of it. One of the things. I definitely noticed. Was you said you've got to be messing people like if you're connecting with somebody you want to make sure that you're connecting with the right people and you're sending a dm linked in message so lincoln message that was one of the three pillars the three legs i mean and what are the other two legs content content and network network..

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"brogan" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

The Podcast On Podcasting

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"brogan" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

"On a monday. You propose some more questions and then on a wednesday you actually record the podcast with that guest that you just had on friday. No no. I knew. I could be wrong. Okay so my sweetheart. It'll be so happy so say am. I did a podcast interview with john this morning. It's all recorded. it's in the bag. My editor has it is scheduled to go next wednesday so my guests knew that part of agreeing to come on my podcast news. They're also agreeing to come on. A lincoln live the week that they're podcast episode gets released. So it's record today. After it comes out on a wednesday then you do a linked in live two days after yes people can join us on the live and ask questions have been listened to the interviewed. Came on the wednesday awesome so the listener our listener not yours. Ours still collective listener. That you and i have right now is like what are these four pillars this straight fire. I want i need it like why. Are you talking atom. Stop asking about your sixty episodes in sixty days. That's so selfish. That doesn't serve. Wanna know the four pillars and so cool chalet i. It's just really funny. Because i talk about the three legged stool and the seat so if you think of your dead us a three legged still the seat which is the base is your linked profile. So you have got to have a good strong link to improve file on that is supported by the three legs of the still Those are number one building genuine network around you on lake din fill of people who are potential customers clients. But they're also collaborators on people you're interested in so not just connecting with anybody and everybody so building a really genuinely valuable network. One that you'd like to engage with so you'd like to go to elect. The second leg is showing up on providing content for the people who have joined you in your net. Recollect dan because still only one percent of people actually post anything. Unlike dan most people just go screw through the link news state and donati post anything. So you've got to get your might there by posting content whether i starting conversations sharing your podcast whatever it is. If you're posting something like dennis top one percent of action takers which is still crazy. Thank bites the third. At leg of the stirs are the fourth pillar is use linked and messenger. And i strongly recommend that when you connect with somebody and linked then you sand personalized invitation. Which kicks off your messaging. One to one with them to their new longer part of this two thousand three thousand four thousand people in your network. It's a person you're having a one to one conversation with the messaging. Inbox and i would say that nine out of every ten people that work with me have come to me through liquid messenger. So they don't post under my posts and say oh. I want to know more about this louise. They sammy a private message. And say could i have a chat with you about your services heidrick to work with you and that comes through linden messenger. They're reaching to you. Yeah yeah they're pretty you don't just like hey. I was linked in hangar. Help with tim low have that. I know i'm sitting there. And everybody's like wow adam you have great story just like you're not reaching anyone. I could help linked in person. And so like i was already turned off when when we were starting i was like oh no. She's one of those spam borders their messaging. You nine out of ten of them find you. Where how did they find you. Because i shoo on link and help people by the content. I provide so it's not here's me and here's the louise story it's here to us. Here's haida right there. A good profile. Here's hi to create elected product page. Here's hi to using did messenger..

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"brogan" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

The Podcast On Podcasting

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"brogan" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

"I wish my sweetheart were here right now. So she could be like. Wow adams been right three times this year now and it's only march april. All right so. Take the transcript. Publish it as linked in article my question on that before i get into the four pillars with you is. I'm launching this podcast. Where like doing this before. It's actually even launched. Were recording it before it's launched because we're launching it next week. The question is i'm planning on doing over sixty episodes in the first sixty days which means i'll publish the trailer episode pretty soon and then it means that i'm going to. I'm going to publish a mini course like right after the first episode. It's a mini course on podcasting. It's the first six episodes and then it goes into every other. I like how you do three where you do solo and then one where you do an interview. I'm doing one one one one so for the first sixty days. This podcast is airing its interview. Solo interview solo interview solo. My question is with that many episodes. Should i be riding sixty articles in sixty days thirty articles in sixty days or should i just try to pick like one article a week. What's the best timing such. A good question adam and have really good questions. 'cause i'm a podcast tournai. Practice really really good questions. And i'm especially humble. Also i think that okay if you have the bandwidth. I think i would go for the article every day. I actually think amazing. Because i would like to see what impact that has on. Your linked didn't follow anyone. Be the guinea pig you stress and have all this pressure only. Because you're like i don't. It'll work but if it's atom says it will work. I'll have other people do it. But i gonna pay me to be your guinea pig for this but we could get you on legged life to talk about it. I love it. That is the other bit by well. I do know podcast come to this but with the monday questions about the podcast. The podcast on the wednesday. If there's a guest on the podcast. I bring that guest onto linked to live on the friday jansher questions from my linked to network that they might have from having listened to the podcasts kind of pulls it all full circle. Wait on confused on that. There's just timing that. I'm curious about the it. Sounds like you do. A lincoln live on.

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"brogan" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

The Podcast On Podcasting

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"brogan" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

"For social media examiner i write solely about link dn and someone says i need to use linked to for my business. It's a no brainer that they get in touch with me because i've known far that's really cool and wanted to find out as well. Was it difficult switching. Like you had all your branding for social be You had all of your time. My first podcast. I thought of it as my baby. I thought of it like my own offspring. I loved it so much. I cared about it so much. Most of us get really attached to those logos that we create the podcast artwork. That we create the branding. The intro had to change the outtara how to change the guests that you have on the show have to change. So what did it feel like rebranding. I think moving to a more sulu episodes is very scary. Actually really paid off for me. Anyone who's watching us on video concede that i still actually have the b-branding so i still have lewis brogan. The social be would be. Why big quite well known for especially locally. So i didn't lose the social bay. But i did. Change the podcast. Am on the podcast art and actually out of. I'm probably gonna change the podcast art again. Because i don't really think it does me enough justice for being a podcast of linked dinner. That makes a picture of me and the title of the podcast. But because i made the decision to change i didn't wanna have to wait to get a new podcast art so i literally s. is a confession time. I made the podcast art myself on. People who are in the podcasting world will go. Yeah we can tell you yourself louise but i think what i loved about the social be. Podcast was actually talking to people interviewing them. And i've been lucky enough that i have access to linked to live. So that's when people can live on linked in. It's it's not everybody's allied to do that to her has access to it. So what i'm actually doing by a idea. Lincoln live every week usually on tuesday. And that's why interview people about their businesses and hire they started switz- kinda switched that social be interview style piece. I really enjoy doing and moved to lincoln live. So the lincoln live is kind of the people behind the profiles. Kind of what. I call it so i still have. That part of my business are my marketing. I suppose that. I love. And but changing the podcast. The numbers of listeners started to really grew as well start focusing on like dolan thinks about that..

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"brogan" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

The Podcast On Podcasting

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"brogan" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

"Go every week. Here's my podcast. For the week everyone please listen to it. He's create conversation about it in the lead up to the release of the podcast. And then you can. Also i've seen quite a few podcasters. Do this take the show notes or the transcript of your podcast and published them as an article. There's over one point. Nine million podcasts. Most of them never see the results expected. They want to monetize but they're show ends up costing them money and they never achieved the listenership. They desire this show will help you launch row monetize and inspire with your podcast get ready to take notes is here's your host atoms and we're back with another episode of pop. That's podcast on podcasting. And i'm your host. Adam triple a. Adams yes it's my real name. I don't know why my parents did it to me. But we've got louise broken on the podcast today. And her parents didn't do that to her. Is that right louis. They didn't actually lease louisa. No but they did. Actually kristen may rebecca and then call me louise so i don't know maybe your parents were irish. I have some irish bloody. I do comes from you can tell you can tell the fighting irish. You're like he is. He's got a temper that one that why they call it. The fighting irish. Louise and yet. Well i mean there's fighting going on here minute traditionally. Yes possibly is there like a of bar fights in my forties. Now i so. I'm not any of their. Would be bar fights okay fair enough fair enough and just for for you the listener. I just wanna let you know who louise brogan is. She's a podcast. Stor which is cool because we only have podcasters or people that serve podcasters on this show if you wanna come on the show as well if you want to have an interview with me and get a little bit of exposure. Then you should contact me and we'll be happy to put you on the show as well just wanna grow. What you're doing. I call it. Influence your impact and your income. All three of those so lewis. Your podcast is all about lincoln. It's called lincoln with louise right. Yes when did you start. Why did you start it. And then i have a few more questions so i started it over three years ago and then it wasn't calling denver's louise it was called. The sushi will be podcast. So i started it because some kind of a funny story. I had never heard of podcasting for years ago. I was on a business accelerator program here in northern ireland and one of the senior team leads on the program said to me. Have you ever listened to podcasts. And i said. I don't know podcast is so he said oh. You should go. Check out this podcast. It was an seth godin podcast. It was like six episode long..

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"brogan" Discussed on Real Faith Stories

Real Faith Stories

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"brogan" Discussed on Real Faith Stories

"Me. it was mostly about. How could you use someone like me. I know my past. I know my presence. I know the education i have. I know the the fears. Like i even lead people you know though. I was teaching classes. And i have a more bold personality. I never led anything. I'd let myself in a way to try to to get out of the mess that i had been in. But that was only through the grace of god that he led me and then taught me how to lead myself. But you ninety financially where we were at. I knew Just even the connections in my life. That i didn't feel like i had and so those were some of the things i put in there. So let's go back to the call you feel a drawn to start. Dr dance revolution and your husband said i'm in one. Were the next steps that you took from ground zero from starting. What did that look like. People have to know that. I don't remember half of high school because of just my walk away from the lord and just the lifestyle is living in. I had a one point. Four grade point average. You know i was just bad news. I was bad news. Didn't apply myself. I just was a mess. and so. Here's the lord's holy me to start this. After i had renewed my life and start walking with lord and you end up going to the school of the holy spirit in that time. I am asked to start this national ministry. I see it in hotel. Ballrooms see travelling. And i see leading these people and i'm thinking you know literally the night i wrote in my journal the next morning after allegany the go i started calling hotels. Not having a clue what i was doing. I was so on fire and was just like got. I'm just going to do it. And i literally started calling hotels within two weeks. I had reached out to people in new york in los angeles. I mean you saying to the people you are calling michelle. I have this call. I have this vision. It's a convention. It's going around the nation. I don't know what it really looks. Like what god is asking me to gather people that love him and that have had experience in the professional world. Are you with me like no one even knew who i was and who you calling to ask us. This is when you know the internet like google and like christian dance networks right like that's that's a great way to find people. Felt like i was like doing a dating. That worked for fair fighting people and through this one man randy flynn. I want to give him a shout-out. He is a pioneer christian arts through him. Came one connection to cutlip. Who is a rocket in new york city sioux hurricane. Another name that it was just this beautiful weaving that got it already set in motion to the rock bed of what started..

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TV Face-Off: Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Superstore

Ask Me Another

06:27 min | 2 years ago

TV Face-Off: Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Superstore

"Hello Lauren. Any. How was your week own? It's been a long everything. That's really doing that sounds. Yeah. Yeah, it's going well I. Think I've managed to somehow over extend myself which feels impossible. During that seems absolutely normal for you actually. This is the first week we were talking that some of us are putting on her calendar, our TV watching yes, like we're like tonight and. You know on the Google cal or whatever use a calendar I'm putting everything in my calendar and I do feel like I did commit to a few things because occasionally I wake up with this idea that I'm like, I'm going to do that and I'm GonNa try this show or whatever, and then at the end of the day you're like, what am I doing like I barely do any I've gotten those black bananas out of the freezer like six or seven. They fought and I've put them back. It's like the banana bread will come but who knows Asking taste so amazing when you finally get to it, it does the re the. Freezing I is really. Let them, go black and then thaw them and re freeze them several times. Stephanie, are you cooking? Are you doing any of the intense recipe? It's a balance of like how how responsible do we wanna be to all the people that are making these deliveries all the time. So you know abby self centered in order food every chance for yet at first it seemed like this going to last two weeks. Let's order pizza every night you know So we've definitely we've gotten some farm boxes. We've tried to do stuff with them and some have been hit some good Mrs. Yeah like too many turnips that kind of thing. Well, we got a box. It was like all of we had to look it up on the Internet and like try to figure out. As. It turned out to be watermelon, radish sprouts or something. So I an entire episode and a half of Rupaul drag race taking the little sprouts. The thing in the Brad made a salad and it was like just okay and our. See. Last me what's for dinner and I'm like, I, don't know. I don't want to be responsible for it. I know it's too much everybody I know is reading recipes. I. Am Reading Instructions on the back of a box. So let's go to your first game. Quiz called masked singers because these days everybody's wearing a mask but some musicians were way ahead of the curve I'm going to play you a clip of a musician who famously obscures their face and you're gonNa tell me who we are hearing and if you have no idea, you can make something up. And we're going to go back and forth learn this for you. Right. He's an Australian artist who often uses a large blonde wig to shield her face, and sometimes she tops with the boat. Yea. Tiffany this for you. Because this singer's voice sounded so much like. Many conspiracy theories emerged that Elvis was still alive and releasing music under this alias in the nineteen eighties. I will say it seemed as though he was leaning into the Elvis thing a little bit. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I'll take multiple choice because I truly don't have a clue so I'm going to guess. Okay I'll give you the multiple choice. Was it a Orion be Bill Haley and his comets or see Jefferson starship? I think. Bill. Haley and his comments who is that? That's cool. Too. So cool incorrect. There was Orion. A Ryan yeah his. Belt. That's yeah. The very same. He were masquerade style mask. And during his time with the son record label, which was also eldest is label he made over eleven albums toured with Jerry Lewis Dionne Warwick. Documentary about his life in two thousand, fifteen called. The man who would be king so he really did lean into the Elvis thing that's how lauren the members of this French electronic duo appear onstage wearing helmets. I know I know I know. There's there's more there's more. And rarely give interviews. I know this is terrible but I'm going to need the multiple choice. Okay. Is it a the chemical brothers? The DAFT PUNK or C. LCD sound system it's Daft punk be that's right. Yes. I needed to hear it. I was because in my mind I was like is that no, it's not easy sound system I knew that but that's all it was coming into my head I'm so sorry husbands literally wearing his daft punk shirt today and then Lauren gets that question great. Yeah and that is a slap in the face it is. Straight up. Right up sloppy. Maybe. We'll come here. Stephanie. This electronic trio of musicians hails from Boise Idaho and first appeared on the scene in two thousand thirteen. I need the multiple choice. Sure. Was it. A Merlin's beard be broken WAN's or sea. Magic Sword. I don't know how permafrost. Hard you got hard ones Brogan wants sounds cool. I hope that's their name. The is cooler than their actual name. Best. Word. Chick Sore. Members perform wearing hooded close and fencing masks with glowing laser lines for is the third member of the band supplies projections. One of the band's members known as the keeper said that he came up with the idea while staying at a meditation retreat. That's where all good ideas come from. He said, he said day seven at dawn that this is what I wanted to do was the one constant in my life eighties epic

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Jeff Brown from "Read to Lead" & How to Intentionally DREAM Your Success

Dose of Leadership

05:20 min | 2 years ago

Jeff Brown from "Read to Lead" & How to Intentionally DREAM Your Success

"Jeff Man I'm so excited that you here welcome the DOSA leadership. Well I'm excited to be here when I looked at the lineup. You've had on your show to be included in that lineup is up a real privilege. So thank you. Let me start off by personally thanking Yose talking with Chris Brogan. Couple of ago he had me on his livestream on his show And we were talking about in in you and I have been connected since we both started our podcast pretty much. I started mine in. January of two, thousand thirteen and I think you were spring or summer of twenty thirteen I can't remember. July, Young. And I think we connected even way back. Then I think someone I think John Lee. Dumas. Connected US somehow somewhere But Anyway I wanted to thank you personally because you've been kind of a private mentor to me from an interview style. And I get complimented on my interview style and I attribute a lot to listening to you and learning from you privately. So I wanted to. Your your style in the way that you do it is something that I try to emulate and look up to. So I wanted to personally thank you before i. Went further on that. Well thank you for buttering me up. I'll say lots of Nice things. I know. I think it's it's I can't believe that we haven't done this sooner. Because we've been connected. So Long I love to that we know as looking at your. facebook feed the other day. and. You always post your pictures of your dachshunds and I got two dachshunds and you got three. But you got one about the same time that I did eleven years ago. The same month, a June July I think of eleven years ago you got that dabble when they have what his name, what's his name Frank Frank. And Anyway I've got. Eleven year old long hair red haired Dachshund, and loved Oxen's in fact the kids are printing the wife's pressure in mead. Get another one a new puppy. And I'm like Oh, you know, and then I'm secretly looking behind the scenes online. I just love this dog just. Anyway. So this isn't a dachshund readers podcast, but we could probably turn it into that but anyway I just. I've watched your journey it's been parallel to mine. We've talked a lot of the same folks. The podcast journeys been amazing for me as I know it has been for you. Looking back at this I've had my ups and downs, and in fact, I was telling you in the prerecording here that sometimes. I was kind of in a low funky at the beginning of the summer and I took sabbatical for about four weeks and they just started getting back into it and. What about you is it happened you along these these last seven and a half years seven years for you. You know thankfully no, I mean there have been. A moments where I've taken a month off and you know done releases of of older episodes, I I do have a a streak. I'm quite proud of at the moment. Just because it's a big deal for me, but about two and a half one more than two and a half years without missing a Tuesday. which I could not say about the first several years I, miss one year there but got a long street going at the moment. I. I I. Know You agree with this the important thing about podcasting in center going around a particular topic as a lot of people do can can sometimes be limiting. But. It's possible to choose a and be really specific in your choice of IDEA. But at the but at the same time, have different things that fit within that. For example, I think of intentionally consistent rereading and it's a very specific thing and and. That sort of the mantra that my podcast is built around value of intentional assistant reading. But that umbrella. serves many topics very well leadership, personal growth mindset entrepreneurship I mean the list goes on and on. and so I never run out of topics to talk about that fit within that sort of over arching umbrella and I. I never run out of books being really strange and so others always something new and interesting another shiny thing around the corner that I can I can latch onto dive into an read so. I haven't had that issue. I have been more recently as I as I'm sure you have. Tailored some of my questions to what's happening in the world or. many of the people I talked to make their living or at least partially through public speaking or you know in person workshops and things of that nature and so. I'm often asking, well, what are you doing? in light of your and and everything else. In because virtually everyone I've talked to everyone I interview has been an impact in some way myself included and so. Those kinds of of changes or or metamorphosis to the processes kind of happen naturally as along

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What's in store - Groceries installing barriers amid outbreak

Jay Talking

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

What's in store - Groceries installing barriers amid outbreak

"Grocery stores around the country are installing protective plastic shields at checkouts to help keep cashiers and shoppers from infecting one another with covert nineteen stop and shop spokeswoman Jennifer Brogan we have arrested plus plexiglass shields and every register and those are because when you're checking out there's not a six foot distance as recommended by the CDC between the cashier and the customer this shopper at the Quincy shop and stop this please I think it's a great protection for customers and people like me that go in and the cashiers we supposed to be six feet away but we're closer to them so that protection helps and I feel safer other companies such as Kroger Walmart giant eagle and public's say they are trying to protect employees and consumers since bagging and paying for food takes place well within the minimum six foot distance public health experts are urging people to

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Study: Electric scooters sending lots of riders to emergency rooms with injuries

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:26 min | 4 years ago

Study: Electric scooters sending lots of riders to emergency rooms with injuries

"Injuries caused by those trendy motorized scooters growing in popularity across the country. They don't understand the speed and the potential danger with that speed. A new study published this week tallying electric scooter injuries from to California emergency rooms finding two hundred forty nine people hurt in one year alone. Ninety one percent were riders not pedestrians and most injured riders ninety five percent were not wearing a helmet. Anybody who gets on a skater going fifteen miles an hour should definitely wear a helmet to protect the rain. Kelly mitchum on her first electric scooter ride in Dallas sent flying over the handlebars and landing face first. When you hit the cement at seventeen miles an hour in her Pat Brogan, riding a scooter downhill and San Diego when she says the brakes wouldn't work her crash leaving her cut and bruised sending her to the hospital for surgery on her broken hand. But I thought. It was going to die multiple cities across the country now banning electric scooters some just temporarily as they study whether regulation is needed and some people frustrated by them littering, the streets and causing hazards for pedestrians. Sending a message setting them on fire and burying them in sand and one company bird tells us injuries are only reported in a fraction of a percent of all rides still experts say you should carefully read the corporate agreement you sign acknowledging the risks. Tom Washington's all for a smart

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Enemy turned ally: Poliovirus is used to fight brain tumors

24 Hour News

01:40 min | 4 years ago

Enemy turned ally: Poliovirus is used to fight brain tumors

"Clearly oaks share prior tells k geo tv she's gotten some good news but still hasn't been told when she can return home i houses okay he say whatever that means i'm just banning the whole enormity of everything news was not as good for katie brogan and her husband who have been through this before but this time have nothing to go back to two thousand twelve we've been evacuated six times now jerry brown declared a state of emergency in lake county where the biggest fire is raging about one hundred twenty miles north of san francisco lee county sheriff brian martin says while evacuations have helped clear the area not everyone is getting worse people live off the grid completely out here so we are also making door to door notifications all the impacted areas unusually hot weather high winds and highly flammable vegetation turned brittle by drought helped fuel the fires that began over the weekend the conditions mirror last year's this other states deadliest and most destructive fire year in two thousand seventeen polio is now helping doctors to fight deadly brain tumors doctors say survival was better than expected for patients in a small study who were given modified poliovirus they say it helped attack the cancer it was the first human test of this and it didn't help most patients or improve median survival but many who did respond seemed to have long lasting benefits about twenty one percent lived three years longer versus four percent a comparison group of previous brain tumor patients the treatment was developed at duke university with help from the national cancer institute results were discussed tuesday at.

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