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"brogan" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

02:57 min | 2 weeks ago

"brogan" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

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"brogan" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

The Podcast On Podcasting

04:24 min | 4 months 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

02:32 min | 4 months 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 | 4 months 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 | 5 months 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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"brogan" Discussed on Real Faith Stories

Real Faith Stories

05:20 min | 5 months ago

"brogan" Discussed on Real Faith Stories

"You are listening to the real faith stories. Podcast interviews with people who chose to boldly follow their faith. I'm your host brian robinson. Now let's meet our guest and hear their story before we meet our guest today. I want to share an experience with you in november of two thousand nineteen. My wife and i drove to the higher regency hotel at the dallas fort worth airport. We were going there to see our daughter who was participating in a friday evening through sunday morning event called dance revolution when we got to the hotel parking garage it was totally full after finally finding a parking space outside the parking garage we went into the lobby where there were parents and dancers everywhere after checking in. We were told the hotel was completely sold out for this event. Shortly after we got into our hotel room my wife left. She came back about thirty minutes later with some beautiful clothing. A sweater and some jewellery. I said where'd you get that from. She said michelle. Brogan boutique thought wait. What michelle is responsible for. Putting on the sold out event at multiple venues around the country. She has a dance studio and she has her own clothing and jewelry line to. Who is this person. Well you're about to find out right now. Welcome to the podcast michelle. It's great to have you here. I am so excited about this. Yes likewise twenty years ago. You and your husband by faith made a bold decision. Tell me more about that. And how it led to this amazing business of helping dancers from all over the country. Yes so twenty years ago you know that seems like such a long time ago yet. I remember it so vividly. I remember one night. We went to the service and it was just this preacher that was just so bold and he preached in the morning. He said there's some people in dreamers in this room that you're asking for big things but there's things holding you up of how to get there and whatever it takes we want you to come back tonight. We wanted to bring tupperware Full of all the things you think are holding you back and i thought that was the most ridiculous thing i've ever heard. We got in the car and my husband's like totally going back tonight and doing that. We're going to bring a tupperware and we're gonna put our like god is bigger than the top way. He's like cabinets. Faith move michelle that we really need to seek. God asking him to do these things in our life and i think tonight. He's got some answers for us so we didn't have kids yet. So i sat by the pool that dan wrote my little things of my fears. And and what we thought was holding us back for the dream that we didn't even know existed in our lives and we put him in that tupperware. We drove to the church that night and there was about five thousand people in the service and i remember walking and just being really bold with god. Like if it's gonna be you. I want our tupperware to be opened. We pulled this cool up. Top of this tupperware thing all these things in there. We put our name at the top and middle of the service. This man who had never met pulled out one tupperware of all those top wears all the plastic things like all of its stations covering the stage and he said michelle alec broken. Brogan tonight is your night. That god's about to release something new wit lift off this thing through all our papers everywhere..

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"brogan" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"brogan" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"If you're not in an IRA or a Roth cash dragged feet, But here's the thing. The average fee that they came up with was 3.17% in a IRA or 413.17%. It was a tax will count your fees up as high as 4.17. You don't believe me. Give me a call, but I'll be happy to give this report out to you. And so you can mean so people all you're charging one toe 1.3% on honor, investment dependent on how much you have. Yeah, but that's that's fully out the door that's disclosed. You can see it on the statement. Our clients don't have to dig on page 372 in the little prospectus that you know I actually burn him. You know, they come in the house, You know, it's like, I don't need these things. What? Nobody reads them. So this is the real transparent fee that you will see for investment advisory services. And that's the thing should you have? He's Yeah. They're expecting a company to do all these things for you and not charge you. You're in dream world. I mean, it's like, Can you come build my house, but just do it for free. But it was like it was one of contractor. I want a $700,000. And I want you to really build a really well but I was so hoping that you could do it for free. What do you think? And then the guy Brogan's right or even go. You buy a car. Look, I just want to say exactly what you paid for the car compared to the house was the cars and is you know if you bought the wrong card? You lost all your money on a car purchase for you about 11. That's not really gonna affect your retirement. What if you did a house build, you know, And it was like it was a big disaster. And you hired the wrong guy to build your house That could cost your retirement right? And we've had clients do that They hired a contractor. They thought they trusted them. They didn't do background checks on took all their money and of having to pull out another two or 300 grand other account. Ouch. That little house that they thought was going to be 400,000 being 700 room their retirement and I think that's the thing with with retirement planning having a plan in place because this is a one time deal. You get it? Oh, I'm gonna go back and go back to work at 75. Really. He's gonna hire you to do the job that you were doing making big money back in the day. No one will. I mean, sure, you get a part time job, maybe a Lowe's or Home people or, you know, Walmart greeter. But are you really going to, you know, be able to make up for the difference of making the big mistakes And I think that's just one part of the plan that was saying Are you paying fees? Yeah, your paintings, but what we see most folks even if they have an adviser, or they don't They're not really paying any more fees and what they're paying to come over here. That's the crazy thing. That's the big myth that everybody goes on. My gosh, I'm going to paint so much to come to you. Not really. Yeah, it actually all works out in the wash. Right? Yeah, exactly. It's just you've learned that you've been paying a exorbitant amount of money in fees that you didn't know about. And when you actually learn about it by working with you or someone like you because there's plenty great financial advisors. Here in towns all over, right,.

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"brogan" Discussed on Espa?ol con Juan

Espa?ol con Juan

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"brogan" Discussed on Espa?ol con Juan

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"brogan" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"brogan" Discussed on The Dictionary

"Which is the fluorine top of the cabbage from the diminutive of Bronco or it is a diminutive of Barocco, which is a small nail or sprout. Broccoli itself doesn't really taste all that good. I know a lot of people don't really like it, but you know if you cook it up good and you season, it maybe put some butter and salt on it or whatever some other stuff. It's really really really a healthy. Vegetable that y'all should eat? He got to eat your fruits and vegetables you need the fiber, you need all the stuff, this calcium, and all the good stuff. All right. Now we've Got Blue Broccoli Rob Two words rob looks like it's pronounced Rabe but it's not it's rob R. A. B. E.. This is a noun from one, thousand, nine, hundred, Eighty, eight, a garden brassica that is related to the turnip and produces edible leafy branching stocks and compact clusters of yellow floor. It's called also Broccoli Rob R. be that one looks better to me. And then Also called in addition to Broccoli Rob it's also called rap E. R. A. P. I an I. So this is perhaps modified of the Italian Broccoli di Rapa, which literally means flowering tops of the turnip. and. The scientific name is BRASSICA. Report Rubio. Also a good vegetables to eat next we have brochures it B., R., O. C. H. E. T. T. E. Noun from the fifteenth century. We have the synonym skew were also food broiled on a skewer. and. That is the end of that sentence I thought it went on. Brush it. Let's see this from from French Rochette. From brush with me, which means pointed to will, and there's more at the word broach. Now we have brochure be R. O., C. H. U. R. E.. this is a now own from seventeen forty eight synonyms are pamphlet and booklet especially one containing descriptive or advertising material. Next is Brock B. R. O. C. K. Noun from before the twelfth century. It is British and we have the Synonym Badger. So I guess they just called Badgers Brock's which is interesting. Let's see. The etymology is just says, this is from the Welsh Word Brock B. R. O. C. H. Which Means Badger. So was that did we change it from Brock to Badger? Here in America I duNNo. Next is brock edge, Noun from eighteen, seventy, nine and. Minted coin Barack Edge. This is an English dialect word brock or it's from that which means rubbish. Yeah cool. Now we have Brockett B. R. O. C. K. E. T. it is a noun from eighteen thirty seven any of several small deer of central and South America with unbranded antlers So they just the antlers go out but they don't they don't have little branches or points. Bracket. So this is from the word bracket, which is a two year old male red deer. from Middle English, Brockett from anglo-french, akin to the old French broach, which means tyne of an Antler or pointed tool, and there's more at the word. Broach. Okay. If you say so and then our last word is broken. B.. R. O. G. A. N. This is a noun from eighteen thirty, five, a heavy shoe especially a course work shoe reaching to the ankle. and. This is an Italian word of from the Italian word broken, which is a diminutive of Brogue B. R. O. G. SO yeah, it's just a heavy shoe. So we had broad spectrum broad sword broad tail, Broadway Bob Ding Najan brocade broke area Brooke attell Broccoli Broccoli Lob..

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"brogan" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"brogan" Discussed on The Dictionary

"No. This is from Bravo Ding. Nag which is an is an Magin airy land of giants in Gulliver's travels by Jonathan Swift. Aware of this story of Gulliver's travels that he finds giants, but he also finds little people But I think the story of the little people is the one that most people know that that's the one that I know better and they have a name and I know the name and I can't think of the name right now and I know some of you are like Oh my God why don't you know the name and I could probably look it up I don't WanNa do that. Some weird word. But Anyway, Jonathan Swift must've been made these up I. You know I don't think he got them from anywhere and he thought that the land of giants would be funny if it was called. Rob Ding Nag, which is really not easy to say. And then the people who live there are. Ding Nagy Ins I. Guess. Or is it Najia? Bribing Naji maybe that's it doesn't matter next is. Brocade B. R. O. C., A. D., e.. It's an arcade where lots of Bros. hang out. It is a noun from a fifteen eighty eight number one, a rich silk fabric with raised patterns in gold and silver number two, a fabric characterized by raised designs. brocade is also a transitive verb and brocaded is an adjective. So this is from the Spanish word Bre Cotto, which is from the Catalonian Word Birket. which is from Italian. Brocato. which is from the verb Rokuro, which means to spur or brocade. which is from the word Bro maybe they say Brosio. which is a small nail from Latin broke. US which means projecting. Lots and lots of different words there. Now we have Brokaw's. No. Bro Keys broke his. Or broke his broke his area will say that capital B., R. O. C. A. Apostrophe S. broke `as and then the area noun from Circa Nineteen ninety-three, a brain center associated with the motor control of speech and usually located in the left side of the frontal lobe. Well, I, guess I am using brokers area as I am reading these words to you. This is from Paul p Brokaw, which was a French surgeon who died in eighteen eighty. So I. Hope I never get a lobotomy because if they take out the left side of the frontal lobe, then I might not be able to Speech all that good. I'm just being silly. Okay next we have. Barack. B. R. O. C. A. T. E. L. L. E. Barack L. Noun from sixteen sixty nine a stiff decorating fabric with patterns in higher, relief. This is a French word from Italian broke Telo or broke Elo, which is a diminutive of Brcko. But it doesn't say what that means. Next we have Broccoli B. R. O. C. C. O.. Noun from sixteen, Ninety, nine one is chiefly British. A large hardy cauliflower to a either of to garden vegetable plants closely related to the cabbage. And then we have to a one one with a thick central stem and a compact head of dense usually green floor. It's that is classified a with the cauliflower to a two one with slender stems and usually green or purple floor. It's not arranged in a central head. The scientific name for that one is BRASSICA Asoka. Oliveira Zea ITALICA. And then we have to be the stems immature flora of Broccoli used as food. Let's see. This is talion. The plural is broker. No..

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"brogan" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"brogan" Discussed on The Dictionary

"Hello words. Welcome to the dictionary. It's a good one today. It's a real good, but we are starting with more broad words. If you listen to the last two episodes, that word probably sounds as weird to you as it does to me. especially if you're binging these. So the first word is broad spectrum broad Hyphen S., P. E. C. T. R. U. M. Adjective from nineteen, fifty, two effective against a wide range of organisms as in no. Parentheses example is as insects or bacteria as in a broad spectrum antibiotic. Next is a broad sword. We had broad axe before now we've got broad sword one word Noun from before the twelfth century, a large heavy sword with a broad blade for cutting rather than thrusting. Yeah, the thrusting swords are going to be real skinny and sharp I mean the the broad swords are probably sharp too but you know the real small. Round so you can do a lot of quick little stabbing. Sword, it's Flatter I'm guessing at doesn't say but I, I assume flatter and you can swipe and cut. But you probably thrust to. It's still going to do some good damage. All right. Next, we have broad tail one word Noun from eighteen ninety, two, number one we have the first definition for the word character wool K.. A.. R. A. K. U. L. Cara cool I don't know what this word is number two the pelt of a premature or newborn Kerekou Lamb having a flat and wavy appearance resembling Moray Silk. It's a broad tail. All right. and. Then it says compared to the second definition for cool and also the first definition for Persian. Lamb. So. This must be a kind of lamb in the Persian area of the world. and. It's probably. Really Damn. Cute. Let's find a picture. Broad tail. That's what that one was. Next is Broadway with a capital B Noun from eighteen, thirty, five, the New York Commercial Theater and amusement world. It's a whole world specifically play houses located in the area between the Avenue of the Americas and ninth avenue and from West Forty first. Street to West Fifty Third Street. Very specific. Thank you. I ve only been to New York a couple of times I don't even know if I was in the Broadway area but I think it seems really fun. I've never seen a show on Broadway maybe someday. Broadway is also an adjective and Broadway. Broadway IIT is a Noun, is that one who is performing on Broadway is at one goes and sees shows on Broadway it's a whole world it's an amusement world. and this is from. which is a street in New York City next is. Yeah I. told you. This was a fun episode. What is this I probably should have figured out how to say it before. Brab Ding. Najan. Bob Ding. Najim I really think that's it. Ding net brought. Ding Najan. Ra, we're just GONNA. Go with that because that's what it looks like. Capital B. R.. O. B. D. I N. G. N. A. G. I N. broadening Naji sounds like a word that I would have made up when I was in junior high. I have made up words that are ridiculous and I don't know why and I don't know what they mean. But this is an adjective from seventeen twenty eight and it means marked by tremendous size. Bra? Ding. Najan is also a noun. So this is from maybe I should just keep it a secret..

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TV Face-Off: Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Superstore

Ask Me Another

06:27 min | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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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"brogan" Discussed on Beyond Your Wildest Genes

Beyond Your Wildest Genes

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"brogan" Discussed on Beyond Your Wildest Genes

"How could that make a difference than? We've been out for four months as as a collective and I. I see that I'm humbled once again. You know to understand that there are many different ways especially in the community setting to send that signal of safety. And it really has to do with turning towards yourself and committing to this level of self discovery as your primary personal responsibility. Absolutely folks Life this thing called. Life is an inside outjump. We have to somewhere along the way. We forgot. How to own our own power, and we that's how we freely gave it over, and it goes back to that what you were talking about that parent child relationship. We freely get it over, and now's the time they're people. Talk about Oh. My Gosh, there's all this going on in the world does out. There's never been a better time to be alive. That's right, I. Love and and we have the opportunity. Creating communities of like minded individuals is is just the wave of the future. And we seek and look for this as human beings. We want to be part of a community we WANNA be. That's it got it. We want to be part of something bigger than ourselves. Yeah and that's why I think it's. It's not what I thought it was. I'm I I'm sure I wasn't alone in thinking that it was about the the people who are right versus the people who are wrong. And instead you know the Metaphor I the resonates for me is like it's almost like we're discovering our like cell types right so at and we're collecting in our different organ systems right, so it's like. Oh, we're both liver. Cells are over here and you know, and it may be that those who resonate most with the Conventional Paradigm. Maybe they're like over there in the left watt or something you know like or maybe they're an eyeball. Eyeball and and fundamentally allowing for these differences in belief, allowing for these differences in perspective is the only way that we're going to understand how to cohere as a whole coming together in like minded community. Preaching to the choir is like you said never been more important so that we can understand how to coalesce in this important way. Absolutely I am very cognizant of your time I know you're doing lots of interviews for your book baby. I appreciate you coming on the shows or anything that you'd like to add before we step out. I just wanted to thank you for your support because this is. It certainly isn't a message. I'm reminded in this process. You know that not only. Is this not a message for everyone, but it's also quite threatening. To some and so it means a lot to me to have. This opportunity to to share and and that we are able to get behind it. Together I really appreciate that fantastic. Hey, folks, everything that dot broken and I talked about will be in the show notes. They'll be linked to the book, so you can go ahead and purchase sat as well and if we're. Where can people reach you? World duct broken. Sure so I'm just sad Kelly Brogan MD, dot com, and that's where we house all of our. Offerings in support of this this journey beautiful well folks..

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What's in store - Groceries installing barriers amid outbreak

Jay Talking

00:54 sec | 1 year 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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"brogan" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"brogan" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Brand new awkward Tuesday phone call I can't decide which part was more uncomfortable the woman making the calls were boyfriend about this situation more just telling us about the situation okay way definitely qualifies as the that's an extreme awkward that is a super super awkward situation and it's one of the craziest ones of the year for sure you'll hear it in your lock which is a phone call coming up right after this Brogan you one more chance please the Tuesday awkward Tuesday phone call and today we.

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"brogan" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

11:16 min | 1 year ago

"brogan" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

"Chris. Brogan explores explores how people use content and community to build marketplaces around areas of belonging. He's the CEO of owner Media Group. Ah sought after public speaker and New York Times bestselling author of eight books. He's working on his ninth called belong a framework for embracing embracing community driving the economy and building the future. Learn more about Chris at Chris Brogan Dot Com and on twitter. Her or as Chris would say in the twitter's he is at Chris. Brogan big surprise without further ado my chat with Chris Brogan Rogan. Hello Hello Chris Brogan and welcome to the show. Thank you so much for being here. I feel so show horrific. Jake you sure epic all right. We're starting it off right okay. So the name of the show is room room veer and we're in it right now so broom. Broom represents like life on autopilot sleepwalking. And then Aveer is something in life that happens to you that makes you wake up. Yep So hopefully I can get one of those stories out of you and if not that's okay we'll move on which now just in general general do you want me to talk about veering or grooming or a little bit of both. I like the space in between so you can talk a little bit about a story. That's particularly about Ah veer in your life. And then sort of generalize around the firm room stuff but really hit on the fear. That's generally how I do it. Does that make sense. Sure okay may have. You might have to keep steering me out. No it's heaven for me too so I have every belief that I'm just GONNA keep veering into Bush's during this whole conversation. That would be great. I would take eight year old to the go-carts for the first time. And they're so a wound up and so excited that they're driving vehicle with an engine that they just keep smashing it into the wall and thinks that would be me. I would say I would say you know. It's it's really funny is that there's that quote like the John Lennon says in. Nobody told me where he says. Life's what happens when you're busy making plans. I really feel like a whole whole lot of my life is like that. I mean when you talk about I think a whole chunk of my life is veering because I think every single time. I think I've got a plan and I think I'm going to go on some kind of direction. You you know is just GonNa University. That's right I've never say I bet you smart and that's the end of the game. You no I just I think you know being a Buddhist. I think that you know life. Is this whole repeating lesson basically. You are right here right now. Yes I'm right here here maybe a whole you know. That's where I am talk a little bit about How you got to be a Buddhist? That would be great with me because I'm a big fan of Pemba children and I. Oh yeah I read her book. GETTING UNSTUCK UNSTUCK. I don't know if you're familiar with that one or not I need oh great. I love her. I love that book. So when did you become a Buddhist shortly after hanging hanging out with children quite literally. So here's another story goes so my I was in another relationship. I was married My whole life was coming coming apart at the seams and I went from that right into girlfriend when that probably was the next. Best Idea But you know life again. Dan Doesn't wait around and Mike Caso. I suddenly my girlfriend and I are like well. Let's go see a pebble children because I showed her some books by Julian. Smith said to to me. Hey Seth Godin says she read children and he goes. Somehow I thought you should check it out and I was like okay so we read a bunch of books my girlfriend and I and she said Hey pam is gonNA come to Halifax Nova Scotia. You should go and I was like yeah. Sure whatever and I said yes and that means not really but she she took his. Yeah so she's like great. I bought the tickets and I was like. Oh Okay so all by the airplane and whatever and so you know we we go up to see this whole week of Shambala Buddhist which has children and also the Sakyamuni Palm who is the spiritual head of the Shambala Buddhist Kinda like Peres boss even though you tactically right right so we go there and the experience is we're standing in the very far back of this huge building in Halifax Nova Go. That's like you know like a convention center kind of thing Jack and I say let's her name Jacqueline. Let's just hide in the back of the room in case we have to leave because this could really suck and and you know meeting or something. Yeah right she's like yeah. Okay so as we're sitting there like there's this procession and there's all this stuff and there's tons of people and whatever and jackets looks looks behind her. Just a tiny bit goes. Oh my gosh. There's children like right there. And she's I don't know fifteen feet away Jack says I'm GonNa go say hi. I'm like you can't go say say hi like she's ahead of Smith's she being like you know there's an event here it's not like meet and greet or something she was. I don't care I'm just going to attack. She walks over the next thing I know. They're they're hugging. There's tears like they're just happy with each other and all this in like. Wow you just like just sweetie with children so some time passes in this event. It's like a week along event but now every time we go into the room like we just happened to me sort of where we started the week out but Peres also rate. They're also always talking to my girlfriend now so the I really mean hanging out with Pama except I'm not it's just my girl so at the end of this whole thing like a whole week of this thing goes by and the sok-yong says something probably with a a lot more ceremony to this but he basically says hey if anyone kind of feels like being a Buddhist just get in this really super long line that you don't want to be in and I'll tap you on both shoulders of the Pencil and your Buddhist and Jacqueline and I was like okay so in this sign up. Sounds like yeah no. Yeah really that hard. I mean like I name and email address wasn't even asked for and you know we go to the line. We wait in line horrendously long amount of time but of course we're jazzed up on like how awesome this all is and He literally like taps on the shoulder with something. I think that's probably not a pencil. The looks like one and tied a little blue thread to be like Like a balloon without the without the balloon part and I'm a Buddhist so so I go and I read it and all that I try to decide to go to the Buddhist Shambolic Center in Boston. which is one of the better ones by the way and it just kind of has this weird feeling of like I don't know hanging out with the rolling stones and then you know going to the School of rock where you see the guys who tried to teach you how to be late the rolling stones and I was just like so I'm a Buddhist is but I more or less just practiced by myself? I just do a lot of meditating. A lot of breathing and a lot of reading and books and that's China's in. Yeah so that's it. That's a really easy sign up. I could do that. You know. I'm always tentative to sign up to those sorts of things because I don't like meetings and I've never been like a group kind of clube person so but I think I could sign up for that. It sounds like it's very low threshold involvement for belong to that group. You can go there era. You could go to the Boston thing. And you can try to like there's levels and things that you can try to aspire to and all that and it just sort of dungeons and dragons couty ooh badge meditating. All I thought was all of that didn't sound very fund so all I do is just kind of practice. And it's more a philosophy feed the religion is not like you have to be Christian and you could be a Buddhist you can whatever but what I like about. It is essentially a lot to do with acceptance and I think that that's the power play Klay is just really staying strong to this notion that they appreciate you more or less. Just say I accept I accept I accept in this kind of deal. Yeah yeah that. That's that's kind of what I've got out of when I was looking at patrons stuff it's like whatever shows up. That's what's supposed to show up. And and she says in her books and inner little audio files you can get everything she always says she's a crappy tater after thirty plus years so I thought wow the bars I hi. This is exactly yeah. I mean if she's been doing it for this long and still thinks she's not good at it than anybody can do it right. That's what I anything. Yeah that's what I think too so I'm going to shift gears here because I I saw you last year at podcast movement and this is sort of you made lead you got up there on stage and it was an awesome presentation. But one of your points. Was You want to run your life at forty percent right and this was kind of counter Downer to a lot of what was going on A lot of the drumbeat of the entrepreneurial style podcast was. You know if you have to burn really hard in the beginning you should do that. So let's talk a little bit about that can you. Do you think. Somebody's starting their own GIG. Doing their own thing can can. What do you what you're doing at run? Their life at about a nice steady hum forty percent and still get business off the ground I do i. I think that you know the the one. I don't know the one really. Tricky part. Along the way I guess is that there's a so a lot of times the reason people are working so damn hard as they don't really know what they're supposed to be doing so you just kind of running around crazy like need some dollars and I Yeah and I'm I'm okay with that and I can't really help you replace that right away because really what I started to figure out is that business is about belonging and once you sort of figure out where you you feel like you belong versus where you try to fit in then stuff starts to get smarter quicker faster so you know. I serve a certain kind of person I serve. People that are trying their best to figure out how content might nurture community and then earned themselves the opportunity to build a marketplace. So that you know it doesn't fit a specific the demographic like I don't serve cheese so you're breaking. I don't like initially as a dividing line because I don't want to serve you know veterans. Who Happen to be writers who were in the first but not the second Gulf War? It's so confining as a yeah it's not gonNa work for me but I think that when you think more along the lines of where you feel like you belong like if I wanted to serve nerd culture you know people who think princess bride is one of the seven best movies on the planet would sign up for that. Yea I mean I can do that and I would know what they'd want and I know what their languages so you first start by just sort of identifying what that circle is where you think you can serve. Obviously the other next next piece of that. Say obviously who knows if it's obvious is that is it a kind of circle that would actually pay for things like. Is there money to be spent in that space. Most Times everything we do sort of has a money component. If we want it we're GONNA bicycling. You know we start with a two hundred dollar bike that we get at the store like Walmart or something but if we're gonNA do triathlon that we're up to like a three thousand dollar bike and really kind of looking at the ten thousand dollar by saying you know wonder.

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"brogan" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"brogan" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Our newsletter and a shoutout to our sponsors great companies like sun warrior and vira medica atika crazy water paleo magazine the wellbeing journal thorn research and the international society of sports nutrition. We went along with dr kelly brogan but i really felt that it was so important to get to that final question to talk about the five reversible physical drivers of so-called mental illness you can go back and listen to the podcast on on stitcher google play spotify. That was some incredible information that dr kelly brogan just put out and we've got another incredible person here von england. He is a licensed professional counselor counselor supervisor and works with two group practices here in the dallas area <hes> he is a also a doctoral candidate at the university of north texas and the counseling and higher education asian department his p._h._d. Research focuses on couple relationships dialogue and you can find him at preston place counseling dot com or follow him on instagram at von talks okay so little things add up in life and relationships. Can we talk for a minute about how small things add up to big behaviors small things matter quite a bit and so every small choice you make becomes an action and then those actions lead to habits and so what happens is that the brain typically will try to make some type of routine routine is called. We call it chunking really because chunking because the brain the brain always wants to be more efficient. I'll i'll give you an example savior trying to remember phone number. You say like let's say four. Oh nine eight nine eight eight once you know what i mean so you will chunk those things together in order to make the brain more efficient so but what happened is that all the small choices you make him. We're making choices <music> all the time whenever you choose not to choose that is also a choice and so whenever you're trying to form a habit all these small things are adding up and there's a specific a specific loop that happens opens so there's a q. craving a response and then a reward. I told you how much politics i like chips alone. So every time i look at a chip that's like accused like a true and then alison. I get this craving. I'm like french fries. French fries potato zeta fries onion rings as well but then again you get the q the craving and then the response is whenever i'm eating this thing in my brain is released releasing dopamine say so oh good and so what happens is that all the small things all the decisions you make from the time you get up from your happened to be looking at your phone if you happen to get in the morning routine where you're meditating if you happen to try and get ready for the gym if you're early in your clothes out all of these things accused in really the brain is actually working in an automatic function. We think that we're making decisions. Motown the town however about seventy percent of things we do throughout the day or not choices that we're actually making. There is simply routines that we normally do day. It's about seventy percent and he actually maybe a little bit higher to be honest with you so all those things add up to the combination of our goals out because we think that you know if i just do this one thing that i do this big thing thing that our goal is going to be accomplished but really all these small things that add up into our goes the cumulative effect of all these things well so so how'd small things affect our lives and our relationship so so <hes> well. I'll go to some specific research so in terms just about relationship so you've heard me talk about this before the emotional bank account. You gotta have a lot of money in your bank account. When your bank account's low when you haven't done the things to <hes> the small things to put a lot of money your emotional bank account anytime you develop a certain perspective so let's talk about couple relationships just in general <hes> <hes> whenever i have a couple that comes off and ahead with look what i call negative sentiment override is because they've had a lot of money taken out their emotional bank account and all those small things have added up now. They have negative negative mental attributions toward the pardon in other words. Whenever you walk in the room already think your adversary. I don't see you as my friend so i'm ready to protect myself so i have a couple that comes to my office was in there arguing and it's like you know what anything say. She's gonna take a wrong but he's gonna take a wrong because they've already started to look at their partner in a negative light because although small things have now added up and they've had all this money taken off their emotional well. We're going to have to talk more about this the next time you're on but i want. I want our listeners to have a great takeaway. Of what types of small things should we do to make our relationships successful every day or you need to really identify your habits and then you also need to do things that are going to intentionally put positive interactions inside your relationship because that stuff just doesn't happen automatic. It is not organic intentionally. Put positive interactions furnaces. Tell your partner three appreciation day to say three things that you appreciate about your partner day. <hes> guarantee your relationship. We'll begin to turn the corner in terms of getting better gratitude everything you've been in a relationship right. You've got to have a little sugar on top. Take my gosh always great to work with von egeland and you can find him at preston place counseling dot com or follow him on instagram at von. Van talks and you know what i guess. We'll talk to you guys. We will be back next week <hes> right well everyone. You know what. I hope you enjoyed the show. We always enjoy doing it and you know what you do. Only get one body one mind and one live so get out there today and make the most of it..

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"brogan" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

10:16 min | 2 years ago

"brogan" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Back to one life radio. This is bernadette with von egeland and i've got doctor kelley brogan the line. She is a medical doctor and his a holistic women's health psychiatrist author of the new york times bestselling book a mind of your own and co editor of the landmark textbook integrative therapies for depression. She is board certified in psychiatry psychosomatic medicine and integrative holistic medicine and she is specialized in root cause resolution approach shoe psychiatric syndromes and symptoms. Dr brogan is also a certified kunda leany research institute yoga teacher and a mother of two. Her website is kelly brogan m._d. dot com. That's k. e. l. l. y. B. r. o. g. a. n. Amdi dot com. We are talking about her new book own yourself. You're so amazing mazing dr brogan. I want to ask this question now. So what are the two major risks of medication that most doctors are not trained to disclose yeah. I would say the two <hes> that are especially important part of informed consent rate informed consent is the ethical tenant at the doctor's uphold that they are going to provide all of the information possible available about risks benefits and alternatives and the trouble is that in <hes> allopathic medical schools they are. We're just not educated about those risks and alternatives for the focuses heavily skewed towards a potentially rambler gramlich amplification of of the benefit so i was pretty shocked to learn you know when it comes to psychiatric medications that there are two risks that patients should be informed about <hes> beyond just like you know the long rattled list of potential leading or hair loss. They're gonna throw intestinal distress or nausea and headache. You know that that it's it's the habit forming nature of these medications that after about two months of treatment depends from person to person but certainly after years of treatment that it can be extremely disabled. I think medically let alone you know psychically <hes> to come off these medications it requires the real knowledge about <hes> available protocols minus minus one <hes> to support that process and the other is about the potential for these medications to as of yet unpredictably induced <hes> <hes> violent acts toward self or other and this has led people to take their own life or to take the lives of others sometimes in a mass scale <hes> because of state of intoxication that that can be entered with <hes> even a couple of doses of the medications wow again. Thank you for writing. Both of your books books that statement those statements that you just made <hes> then an itself are so powerful. Every american should know this information <hes> and it's it's astounding actually that they don't it's not surprising though right because i sometimes joke that you wouldn't go to a conventional doctor. Are you know to learn about the full story <hes> around pharmaceuticals and you wouldn't go to conventional doctor to learn about wellness anymore than you would go to a butcher to learn about veganism that you have no and identify acknowledged and really accept that our system is predicated on a certain <hes> set of beliefs that the pharmaceutical model really dovetails quite well with and that they are not here to be the arbiters of our wellness. They are peddling a certain belief system. I'm an either that's for you or it's not but the problem is that it's it's become the dominant orthodoxy where we think and have been encouraged to think that the only you know real medicine addison is is conventional medicine. You know what i'm hoping to disrupt somewhat well. I think you're doing a great job. <hes> i want to be sure to get all this content out for everybody out. You're listening today. <hes> okay so you're you're listening to dr kelly brogan. She is a medical doctor in a holistic woman health psychiatrist author of the new york times bestselling book a mind of your own in her new book doc own yourself the surprising path beyond depression anxiety and fatigue to reclaiming your authenticity vitality and freedom okay so what are the five reversible physical google drivers of so-called mental illness yeah so as i began to research i was also in the process of healing an autoimmune condition called hashi motives veritatis and so i began to look at the research around lifestyle choices and what kind of an impact you know. These choices can make on clinical outcomes. Oh comes right because in medical school remember we we have. I had one hour of nutrition education so this concept that literally right so this concept that any of the choices choices you make all day long would in any way stack up to your genetic loading for pathology. It just not introduced in your curriculum so i learned that there are five. It's pretty significant things to know about docs to connect when it comes to the consideration of a new psychiatric diagnosis and that can be anything from generalized anxiety disorder disorder to insomnia all the way to the fra the you wanna check these boxes. I just briefly all rattle them off. I called the psychiatric pretenders because of the ways season which these physio logic imbalances can masquerade as like yasir illnesses or mental disorders right so the first one is a a very basic micronutrient deficiency right so most of us are eating food that has traveled long distances was grown in you know totally unhealthy soil and and and we're wondering why it is that we might be struggling with these very basic deficiencies one of them the most important and i think evidence based on probably beach well and and you might think oh well yeah of course that's not going to be good but how bad could it really be and so i- presents a lot of these <hes> published cases where it accounts for everything from literally catatonic depression shen to psychosis that is reverse within you know very basic supplementation so that is one you don't wanna have a b twelve deficiency and treat it with zoloft just as a make good medical center right <hes> the other is something that i developed a lot of intimacy with which was thyroid imbalance in the ways in which something like hypothyroidism which is nearly epidemic democ at this point because of the sensitivity of the firearm to environmental toxicants <hes> and the response of the of the immune system damage tissue right so how this can look just like depression but also like they called postpartum psychosis or o._c._d. Or bipolar disorder and if you don't know how to look for a thyroid imbalance which is not going to typically be done at your primary care doctor's office then again you could end up treating thyroid imbalance with dolaas which doesn't doesn't make clinical sense so another is ubiquitous is blood sugar imbalance and as a a former candy addict myself <hes> i i learned the way that our body responds in his infinite wisdom to the onslaught of whether it's processed flour or frank sugar which is contained in almost every package food there is on the market today is to basically recruit fight fight or flight chemicals <hes> when you have that dip in blood sugar sugar after the big tidal wave <hes> that comes with the with the processed food so that this can look like a certain pattern <hes> behaviorally throughout the day where you're waking up not really feeling like you want to eat breakfast but then after you eat you've trouble going more than like four to six hours without eating without getting what people call angry angry right like irritable nauseous dizzy late headed brain fog and then often you'll have disrupted sleep where you'll wake up during the night and these are the clinical symptoms of reactive typically see mia but they can also manifest as panic attacks as diagnosis that can lead you to a._d._h._d. Or depression and it's it's important recognize the role in the best way to recognize it is to simply make simple changes so that you can observe the shifts in your symptoms right another big one <hes> dietary i attari one is the role of will be called anti genyk foods so the ones that the most data are gluten and dairy and again. You might think oh yeah. I'm sure it's like a wellness sad to stop eating gluten and i won't be as bloated and that'd be great. Whatever but maybe you don't know that there's been like crossover trials that demonstrate the causal cool relationship between gluten and depressive mood states and that there are there's evidence that it can even drive psychotic states so everything from you know mild malays as all the way to what you might think is the most severe of mental illnesses <hes> eliminating these foods can be totally life changing and and will and then the final one is sorry. Go ahead okay. I was just going to the final one. <hes> is the other medications so as i began to research medications. I've found that there are a number of medications that themselves have psychiatric effect right and this is well documented so whether this acid blocking <hes> medications whether it's vaccines antibiotics <hes> birth control pills that and it's a long list of documented medication most i you know americans and we have americans on on four medications today yeah so if you don't know that this relationship has a scientific basis than you might easily just collect another diagnosis with another medication based in your psychiatrist's office and so it's important to just be aware of this so that you don't end up it kind of getting caught in the in the web wow it's been. It's been awesome having you on the air with us. I hope you'll come back. <hes> there's aluminum. I enjoy and i know our listeners. I have have to tell you. I know them well. I know their minds and they are so enjoying this content as i can't wait to have you back your book comes out september seventeenth eighteenth and hopefully we'll talk to you soon real soon wonderful. Thank you all right. Dr kelly brogan <hes> her new book on yourself and a mind of your own pick up a copy yeah. I got mine at amazon. You won't be disappointed. What an amazing what amazing content that was put out today by dr kelly brogan. We'll be right back everyone. You're listening to one life radio..

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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

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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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