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A Novena to St. Teresa of Avila Day 4  Discerning Hearts Podcast

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

03:19 min | 3 months ago

A Novena to St. Teresa of Avila Day 4 Discerning Hearts Podcast

"No Vena to Saint Teresa of Bula. Day for the soul. Saint. Teresa. You have said. It is that we consider our soul to be like a castle. Made. Entirely out of a diamond. or a very clear crystal. In which there are many rooms. Just, as in heaven, there are many dwelling places. For in reflecting upon it carefully sisters. We realized that the soul of the just person is nothing else but. A paradise. where the Lord says, he finds his delight. I don't find anything comparable to the magnificent beauty of a soul. And it's marvelous capacity. Indeed are intellects however Keane. Can hardly comprehend it just as they cannot comprehend God. But he himself says that he has created us in his own image. And likeness. Theresa uses a variety of images to describe the sole likening it to a beehive a garden, and in this case, a castle. In doing so she attempts to explain its innate fake and really. Brought about through its creation. Made in the image and likeness of God, our souls mirrored the divine in our natural interior profundity and in our capacity to do his loving and saving will moreover. Our souls are where Christ resides and interacts with US and desires to permeate with his light. The experience of God therefore is not something beyond the human experience but intimately connected to it. Indeed the work of personal transformation takes place in this interior environment. May we learn from Theresa how to appreciate and care for our souls that we may radiate Christ to others and give thanks to God for making us his home Saint Theresa speaks to us today saying. Let Nothing. Disturb you let nothing frighten you. All things are passing away. God. Never changes. Patients, obtains, all things. Whoever has God lacks nothing. God alone suffices. God, who through your spirit raised up Saint Teresa of Jesus to show the church the way to seek perfection. Grant that we may always be nourished by the food of her heavenly teaching and fire with longing for True Holiness. Through our Lord Jesus Christ, your son who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit One god forever and ever. Saint. Theresa pray for us that we may become worthy of the promises of Jesus Christ.

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A Novena to St. Teresa of Avila Day 6  Discerning Hearts Podcast

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

03:35 min | 3 months ago

A Novena to St. Teresa of Avila Day 6 Discerning Hearts Podcast

"Novotna to Saint Therese of Bula. Day Six held. Saint. Teresa you have said. A longtime after the Lord had already granted me many of the favors I've mentioned and other very lofty ones. All I was in prayer one day. They suddenly found that without knowing how I had seemingly been put in Hell. The fact is that I don't know how to give us sufficiently powerful description of that interior fire that despair. Coming in addition to such extreme torments and pains. I didn't see who inflicted them on me. But as it seemed to me, I felt myself burning and crumbling. And I repeat. The worst. was that interior fire. And despair. Theresa Experiences Division described above within the context of God fic- action but universal and personal in order that she might understand the torments from which she was freed because of his mercy and also the motivator realize personal vocation of reform. The theme of Hell appears often in her writings and underlines humanities gift of free will and it's natural consequences. The redemption wrought by crisis intended for all in the divine plan is that all should be saved, but this does not preclude one possibility to choose. Hell is a result of a lifetime of choices made of separating oneself from God through sin resulting in the suffocating experience of being completely bound in the darkness of God's. Without freedom and without hope. Not. Wanting. To see others end like this theresa exercise. Your own. Free will dedicating her life to participating in Christ's own saving action via her life of. Prayer. May We liked theresa give thanks to God for the truths revealed to us about eternal life for our redemption through Christ blood for the gift of free will that allows us to choose and love him freely. Let. US also pray for all those who most need our prayers for conversion of heart today. Saint Teresa's speaks to us today saying. Let Nothing. Disturb you let nothing frighten you. All things are passing away. God. Never changes. Patients obtains, all things. Wherever has God. Lacks nothing. God alone suffices. God who through your spirit raised up Saint Teresa of Jesus. To show the church the way to seek perfection. Grant that we may always be nourished by the food of her heavenly teaching and fire with longing for true. Holiness, through our Lord. Jesus Christ your son who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit One god forever and ever. Saint Theresa. Pray for us that we may become worthy of the promises of Jesus Christ. Ahmet.

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My experience reading 48 law of power book

Digital Ankit Podcast | Motivation, self-help, digital marketing In Hindi

10:13 min | 5 months ago

My experience reading 48 law of power book

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EPILOGO | B1 GANG ADVENTURE AND MYSTERY SERIES BOOK 7 SERIES FINALE + SHOUTOUTS

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04:03 min | 4 months ago

EPILOGO | B1 GANG ADVENTURE AND MYSTERY SERIES BOOK 7 SERIES FINALE + SHOUTOUTS

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SPIRTuality

The Truth Is Somewhere: A Conspiracy Theory Podcast

32:03 min | 2 years ago

SPIRTuality

"Welcome back to the truth is somewhere a conspiracy theory podcast. Meghan. Today. What will we be discussing today, we will be discussing alms hat. Oh, okay. What that is. Yeah. Some people might know this is this is an old one. But in southern New Jersey, you can find more than a million acres of thick forest called the pine Barrens. So despite it being home to many plants and wildlife, the soil is acidic and sandy and it was unable to be cultivated by early settlers. So it's called the barons. It is more or less empty of humans. But starting in the late seventeen hundreds town called on hat. Started appearing on maps, it's Owen g and it was located in the northwest corner of the barons. Okay. And on is the last name of a family that did live in the area and was fairly common in early colonial times. But it's unlikely that ONG's hat was really much of a town beyond housing that family. Okay. So was it even town. There's a lot of debate about whether it was Tatler not it was a hamlet. It was a place as it was a place and some people on live there there were like I don't get too into it because this isn't actually the basis of our conspiracy. But there are all sorts of weird conspiracies as to how it became on, Pat. Sorry, I loving because I just read when a Typos says. Burch? This quickly don't go through and and the type I don't expect you to. But since we changed our format get a occasionally, I pick up some things, and I just read spirituality. Bumped trying to explain was the ways in which on his hat possibly got the name and one of the ways was that this guy who's last name was on with like a total player, and he had a silk hat, and he would like flirt with the ladies became knows all hat because he was such a player has played a part in him being player that has nothing to do with the conspiracy. And so I didn't actually put it in the notes. But there you have a little bit of history there that is either real or not. So you said that this town pretty much just held a family. So what is on trying to hit on his sister or something? So that's the problem. No one knows if it's likely that this town was really held the family knows if it's an actual town like just started showing up on maps. Seventeen hundreds and it stayed on maps until sometime in the two thousands. But like. If you go to on's, there's no one there like ruins of some buildings, but not like towns worth of buildings all very confused. Okay. Doesn't even show up on the old Google maps mapquest? Whatever else there is. I didn't look, okay. I knew I just wanted to listen things. Sorry. So, but like hikers, and people are still braving the barons in they're looking for hat, but the town it's not what's interesting. It's what they are looking for. Oh. Okay. So in nineteen seventy eight jasmine, okay. I'm gonna go backwards for a minute. And I'm going to tell you this is very convoluted. We're gonna go deep into a wormhole. And I'm hoping that I put this together in a way that is both compelling, and understandable, and I may have failed. Oh that little. Faith. Out there right now. This was this was a really difficult one to put together. Okay. So I will keep my questions to reasonable. Okay. So now, it's nineteen seventy eight. Okay. That's not long ago all things considered. It's not jazz musician named Wally Farda purchased two hundred acres of land in the pine Barrens, very near on's hat Fard set setup a commune called the Morrish science Osram doesn't knitting designating it as a place for those interested in studying, spirituality, virtually radical politics, Tanta and psychopharmacology. Okay. So I mean, pretty typical of communist that time former ecology that's like growing mushrooms. I think so. Yeah. So I could Delic's. Yeah. Okay. Very very common. When you talk about commune's from the seventy. Oh, yes, what they wanted to go out and hang out with their buddies, get stoned. The law. Didn't want them to do that. True. So. The Ostrom ends up attracting a couple of twin Princeton scientists they were they were twins. And they both when they went to Princeton. Okay. And there were scientists did they have like doctorates they were working on a PHD. Okay. Ostracized from the academic community because of their joint PHD thesis. Yup. On stra sized stra size. So they shot, but the from and then pretty soon they along with the people from the Osram develop the institute for chaos studies or ICS. So basically what we're talking about is people researching chaos theory from spiritual basis, it's like Jeff Goldblum from Jurassic Park meets like Gandhi. Sure, okay. You're rushing those two together. By the late eighties. They developed a device called the Egbe which they intended to use to research something called quote, cognitive chaos, and the was very similar to seven three deprivation chamber, and they hoped that they would be able to find the point where a wave becomes a particle using it interesting in. With our mind, guess what? Their minds. What you mean in the seventies and eighties because a lot of the stuff. We've covered is a very common thought process of being able to control things so much with your mind that you can see physics would not normally allow us to see those very common during this time. So it's not like it's so far out there that they were studying this. The problem is is like. Would words be able to describe it. If you could see it out a wave becoming a particle wave particle duality. Eating mushrooms. That's all I can say we're not beings made out of particles men out a waves. We're we're wave people way people or wave people do. Okay. Yeah. Man. Wave. I think that's actually like a a real spiritual kind of theory. Is it really because I mean wave particle duality is normally saved for when you're dealing with like photons and things like that. But it can be. It can be kinda studied in other. In other in other ways, I guess, but like very very commonly and almost exclusively. We're talking we're talking light. And we're talking about the electromagnetic spectrum, and we're talking about if light. Light depending on how it's observed acts like a particle or wave, and we have very very strict disturned. Trying to get the word up. Very anyways. We have precise rulings for what a particle is. And what a wave is. And it's really easily understandable. And then when we say, oh, well, if it's a wave, and we put it through this situation it lacked wave, right? No particle. Oh, well, then if we make it. A particle it'll act like that. Right. If we know back cycle life. So okay. So it's not too far that they were studying, right. And there's some connection between matter and energy. And whether they are they could be the same thing or not. And I'm sure the seventies was all about us that energy, man. We're going to get a little more out there. Now, I like it. Please one day as the young man was inside the edge. It just disappeared man and all the whole disappeared. Oh, yup. But it came back seven minutes later and the young man said that he had dived down into the quantum level and followed a wave into an alternate dimension. That was a different version of earth. Uh-huh. It was a different version. No, it was a place. Okay. He came back and told them this way cooler iffy told everyone that he swapped places with his alternate. That's true. Well, actually that that'd be really cool. If the other isn't populated gotten to that? Oh, okay. Populated. Unfortunately, nearby military base hunted. Nuclear accident that threatened the entire awesome with radiation poisoning and thirties started desire away in on the ICS in their strange experiments. So I see us moved their entire operation to the other. Because there was nobody there to interrupt their studies people there I wish they could see the look on my face right now. Oh, yeah. That's how that ended. Okay. Left behind only a secret lab to which they return in the AIG only occasionally. No. So that's why people are hikers are always going out there looking for the secret lab. Like this portal door to another dimension. Right. Okay. So now, we've moved from the world of fact, two seemingly wanna fiction right lighter. Okay. There's a hippie commune in some Wiley, scientists who have gone a little off the rails. That's all like verifiable in that all makes sense. But then we get into alternate dimensions. And like shrinking all ant, man, finding other earth Sullivan flash. Like, we're just in comic book world now that is absolutely comic book world. Yeah. But here's what we do know, we know that ICS existed based on a brochure that can be found in a rare book catalog called. In canal Bula or ink and apple maybe in Canaveral in canal Bula in nobble. I dunno in canal Bula, I'm gonna say it, which I started circulating in nineteen ninety. La in this brochure. That tells us about the in the gateway to an alternate dimension brochure tells us that they've already figured it out at this point in the brochure. Yes. Okay. And there are other versions of the tale. That are told by people who supposedly grew up at the Ostrom and they included accounts of a violent raid on the compound claiming that the government had ordered the destruction of the gate and the technology developed by ICS and strange enough. Jersey locals can describe military exercises run out of nearby fort Dix suspiciously lineup with that timeline of these people saying okay that they were violently rated. That's pretty weird. There was actually there actually was a weapons-grade plutonium spill in New Jersey that had been covered up for years like base just hit it. So the base said the military told the federal government, oh, we've got it under control, and they were like consistently measuring the radiation, and it was not under control, and it was really really bad. And then like thirty years later the base was like. We fucked. So that's all verify -able. Okay. I'll verifiable. The Incan abbey was collection of work throughout history. That seemed to tell the story of vast scientific history involving parallel universes and collected and published by person named Murray Cranston, and while some of the collection are seemingly untraceable stories much of the collection of verifiable works by famous. Scientists not include several works by prominent physicist, Nick Herbert and Herbert was actually a member of a group of physicists at the Lawrence Berkeley national aboard, Tori, who are tasked with pushing the boundaries of science through quantum experimentation in the late nineteen seventies. Okay. So like knows this shit. Okay. Sure. And shit. So he was part of this magazine. He was part of the in in canal Bula, which he had his of his work was in the Incan. Yeah. Which also had the brochure regarding the ICS. Okay. Okay. Because this work is just like a bunch of collected work on scientific research into alter. Native dimension. That's really interesting that that's included than because if a to if the twins never actually got their doctor at Saint got kicked out. Why would anybody listen to them because you've been still published if you can self publish stuff? Yeah. But. I guess I don't have my foot in the door. So I don't really understand like the level in which. You like what you have to do to be recognized. When I would imagine is all peer reviewed. I didn't say it was Perry. Hi, it's written by people who are already famous scientists. Oh, okay. Okay. Okay. Okay. So Nick Herbert and the. Did I not there's this really great name of the physicists that were doing this work in the seventies? I didn't write it down. I can't remember what it was but involved essence of. Because it was silly. Base spent time researching everything from telepathy and communication with the dead. But essentially created quantum information science in the process Clinton information science. Yeah. Okay. Like, they were they were just like hippy goofing off site. Like, really brilliant minds who were like, maybe we can move things with our minds. Maybe we can communicate with the dead may create a quantum information science while studying tales. I don't know. I don't all. I can tell you based on my research science minded, this is what I can tell you. Okay. But Herbert went onto right on his personal website about a concept he called quantum Tanta and his discovery of what he called a quote door. And he's connecting spirituality physics in the same ways. That ICS was connecting it to chaos theory. I cannot smeltzer trolley that way. No. I always miss a second. I always purchase virtuality. There you. Well, people have trouble spelling. I can't I can't spell, but I just think spirituality is funny. The in canal contains unpublished work by Herbert on alternate dimensions. That contains a lot of similar language to what Herbert is now writing freely on his website. So okay for what you will. Okay. So now, we fast forward tonight team ninety nine when a man named Joseph Matheny publishes a book called ons hat the beginning. It gets. It contained the descriptions of items from the Incan and told the story of hat the story. Hat went from Xerox copies of pamphlets left in coffee shops, in touched magazines to an internet sensation that leads hikers to the Barents in New Jersey. Sure. So you got all that don't make sense as best this. We say everything you said before. Yes. As much as like, I can explain it that you understand what I have told you got some commun-. Will you got an old house? Maybe a small town. Right back in the seventeen hundreds right? And then nineteen seventy you got some crazy commune with some some doctor Trump outs making make an eggs in in. Yeah. And travelling to other universes. Okay. Yep. So now, we're gonna we're gonna go down the wormhole. Now, they already went through it. I really hope I lay out in a way that is easy to follow considering what about all everything. I've just told her just jump into it. The original brochure bearing on the story was first published in a magazine called edge detector in nineteen eighty eight. The story was written by an anarchist. Writer named Peter Lambourn Wilson, aka Hakim bay and details of hat were partially Wilson's life partially fiction. Where's the line? The backstory of Wali Fard who founded the Morrish science off from was actually a mixture of Wilson's owned by auger Phy and not of Wallace deferred who founded the nation of Islam. Okay. Emory Cranston who compiled the in Kanada is entirely fictional and took his first name from Wilson's father and his last name from journalists that Wilson had worked with. Okay. And then this gets a little more tangled because both Wilson and Joseph Matheny were friends with Nick Herbert. Suggestive Matheny is the one who wrote the book about on fats K, Nick Herbert is the physicist, right? Herbert helped Wilson develop the scientific bits of the story and in nineteen eighty nine. They got help from their other friends to start leaving out zero xeroxed copies of the brochure of edge detector, pretty much everywhere. Curious person might find it, and then they started partnering with magazines made for UFO or per normal enthusiasts and sending the brochure out, those magazines, and then they actually made the economical with the help of a collage artist named James Kyun line. And then Matheny says that he in Herbert started really going crazy with the project. So it sounds like they wanted to get people to go out there. Right. We'll get there. But that's what it sounds. It. Does sound like it sounds like they're trying to get people to get interested in this area. Yeah. It doesn't like that. Okay. You're obviously, you have more to me. So just tell me because you're giving me the look of. I don't wanna tell you anything. No. I don't wanna tell you anything because it'll spoil the whole restaurant. Tell you right now. I'll sit back and listen. Okay. So then on the internet, which Matheny recognizes is a much better faster distribution platform than the magazine. Xerox, brochures, sure, so he started posting the in canal materials, I on forums than pretty much everywhere. He could he started defining himself as a character in the story that of an investigative journalists looking into the story based on the brochure. Okay. That his front wrote. So. Is he trying to make a? There's a word for it. But like a a game like an in reality hind game. Yes. Kind of not it's actually pretty much. Yes. Yes. That's what he was doing. Now is what it started on us. Okay. And it got real deep. It got real deep. He went. He went a little too. Okay. He began. Posting interviews with on's survivors, those who claim to have grown up at the from. He even set up Email addresses for fictional characters like Emory, Cranston. And then he would answer emails sent to those characters. Okay. He worked worked with Herbert to produce interviews with the scientists that would tease out new mysteries to add the hot story and in nineteen ninety-five Matheny set up in Kanawha dot org to be the dwelling of his entire body of research. Okay. And followers of the hat conspiracy. Started calling themselves eg heads because of the Shirley and Harvard's willingness to use his own name of unprofessional authority as a scientist gave credence to the whole thing. Sure. And whenever anyone reached out to him. He was like more than happy to play the role of a crazy scientist, which is not too far off. He's like I read some interviews with him in scientific American. He's very interesting, man brilliant. But like a little little off. That's actually really common with the super science type that tend to. They're wired a little bit differently. And that's probably why the operated a higher level on non human related issues on social issues. Yeah. Nothing never intended for people to really believe any of it. He made sure that he mentioned on fat being a hoax or a game in several interviews and scans of brochures that featured image of the supposed on hat survivors actually showed images of the Brady bunch. But not any says that it was just a game at large joke that challenged people explore the line between the real world and the game because they base a lot of stuff off of the real world. Like, you can find on his hat on a map or like Herbert with a real scientist. Sure. Like, he was actually researching these things which is why there's some like scientific credibility to these claims. So you have this very fine line between will this all sounds like it could be real in. This sounds ridiculous. But because you have so much credibility of the real stuff. Was the stuff actually ridiculous? Or is it real? Well, I think that's part of what makes it so intriguing. Yeah. But Oklahoma applying. That's what makes it. That's what makes people want to do. It is that there's this. Maybe deep down inside. They know it's they know it's fake. But they think that there's a chance. Yeah. And they could be the ones that figure it out. And that kind of that. That's what makes it so great. I remember. Video game longtime ago. Halo two. Did something like that where there was a website called. He goes like, I love bees or something like that. And the whole idea is that the website was actually a house for an artificial intelligence. And if you went to the right places, and you ask the right questions. It would give you coordinates to pay phones that would get calls at certain times. And you get actually go to those pay phones and wait for the call and pick it up and get information to continue playing. Oh, that's cool. And then and then people would take that information, and they would put it on the forums. And then people would dig out more information, go onto the website a little bit deeper and find that there's other websites that they can go to and all the while you got this whole community coming together. Because it's not like there's a there's one payphone in Tennessee. They get called right. But then there's another one in Hong Kong someone's getting called. Right. So it's turns into this whole worldwide thing. That's why that's why there was this huge explosion with games like ingress and then later Pokemon go. Why a lot of those games? Still have this huge thing to them because I don't know if Pokemon go does it. But I I'm pretty sure ingress the predecessor to poke among go actually did stuff like that as well to kind of build on the lore of what the game is. But super cool. Yeah. And it gets it gets people out gets people travelling in. What makes the game? The most fun is that you suddenly have this worldwide community that's all working together. Trying to crack these codes that these people intentionally make really really difficult. Yeah. So so this kind of seems like keep touching the Mike. And I'm sorry people. This seems like that's what they were going for. Yeah. And the closer you can get to reality the better. Yeah. Just because he didn't intend for people to believe it like we all know were here for conspiracy podcast people really like to believe they want to believe. Well, I mean ask Tom Cruise. What does he believe isn't he assigned tallest? Yeah. And that wasn't a book. Yeah. That's true. The book hoodwinked half the world is crazy. So people wanna believe so they did and at first Matheny encouraged them he started relationships with more serious conspiracy theorists. Since trying to overlap the top story with other conspiracies, like the Philadelphia experiment. And he wanted to involve the F heads and make them feel as though they were making breakthroughs in the ongoing investigation. Oh, so then it's nineteen ninety nine and Matheny publishes on the beginning. Which is a collection of all the lore. He had produced including Wilson's original story. And he said by two thousand half the people following the story had no understanding that it was a game and people were becoming obsessed. So he made a series of incorrect or appearances a late night paranormal program that brought millions of listeners and because of that exposure, he started dealing with more and more intrusions into his personal life by obsess theorist followers. People are showing up at his house while to ask for information. So into dozen one Matheny posted on his website the truth regarding on's hat, and that he and Nick we're going to put the whole project to bed. Yeah. They were his life point some people were really angry about being tricked. And some didn't believe Matheny informed into conspiracy regarding hush money in government cover up, of course. But most took the light a joke gone too far for what it was a fun club game. And the inter. Internet's first raging. Conspiracy theory was it which like this is so cute and funny for like the internet's first conspiracy theory, and now we have shit like pizza gate. Yeah. Let's go back to like, oh, there's a deller dimension somewhere in a forest in New Jersey much much better so much better than pizza gate, and like, oh, all of these kids parents who got shot up at a school or just actors like no like fuck shit. Let's just go back to like monsters, and yeah, I mean, I I don't know if I would maybe pizza gate, but some of them, I don't know if I'd call them necessarily internet conspiracies, I think we just have a new a new medium for conspiracies. But on hat no lives with a local urban such a New Jersey. I mean, it makes sense, of course. Yeah. Real cool. I had never heard of it before. I'm sure lots of people in New Jersey have no I'd never heard of it. Either. So my question for you, the commun-. Was real. No, okay. So the commun-. So what you told me in the beginning, everything all of it was okay? That's because I was like I want to present it like it's actual conspiracy theory the Bill Boehm the conspiracy conspiracy. Okay. Okay. So that's kinda wondering 'cause you had said at one point, you know, he was melting stuff together. So I was trying to figure out. Okay. What was melted? What was it? All of it was just okay. But if hats on a map, what's the deal with why the communists close to hat, so but okay, so on hat Israel on Pat, Israel, the commune is not not. Okay. Okay. 'cause it's one thing to be like, oh commun- started and than it dissolved. And maybe the commune was actually on government property, and that's why the government came in. And finally, moved them out stuff. Like that makes sense. But I see almost everything I told you before with almost everything except for on hat and the guy with the really nice had that would hit on his sister. Yes. That's that's that's like Arben legend. Yeah. You keep saying that. But I bet it's true. It might be. But that's all that's what I have for you. I have a laborat- game lie that turned into a conspiracy. That's that's actually pretty cool. That's real cool. Actually. Yeah. I like that that it was a game. I mean, it sucks for the guy that went out of hand. But I mean, that's I guess that's what happens when you gamble with that kind of stuff at stuff just gets out of hand. Sometimes we'll let the problem was that. Because it was the earliest as they earn not like none of overdo this now, but he used his real name as his character. Oh, yeah. So instead of like like, none of us would do that darla true. That's not entirely true. Because like YouTubers do stuff like that all the time. They're out there with their real names. That's true. You're right. They're out there with the real names and their. I think though that when they do stuff like that. It's a little bit more. Like, hey, you know, this is a game. 'cause I know YouTubers have done lots of little things like that. Channel. Two channels technically film theory and game theory have have some like secret coded game going on. I didn't. And everyone knows that guy's name. Yeah. And then channel run by Markelle pliers has anyways. He he has some conspiracy game going on. That's not his real name. But I mean, I'm. Sure. You can find it release the. Yeah. Once they hit a certain status hiding your name really isn't something you can do. Yeah. Yeah. But he just he didn't make it any easier for himself because no. Oh, absolutely. Didn't make it easier for himself special especially because he used his real credentials to back the game. He didn't use his credentials Nick Herbert use his credentials help back the game. That's what I thought. That's what we were talking about. I thought I just Matheny had people show up to his house. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Okay. Sure. I mean, but either way though. That's. What do you get? That's. So that's what I've got. Okay. Are you sure that's what you got raise that another. No, that's the. Trumped another one of the pool. Again, would actually. No, this is actually all I have for you. You can find us on Facebook Twitter Instagram at TI podcast. He like what we're doing to help out over to tunes and leave a review helps other people. Find us really like what we're doing. You can hop over to patriot on cool bonus content. If you have questions comments concerns, you can Email us at the truth is somewhere podcast at g mail dot com. He wanna hang out with us on Facebook. There's a taste group. 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BrainStuff Classics: What Would Space Do to the Human Body?

BrainStuff

06:39 min | 11 months ago

BrainStuff Classics: What Would Space Do to the Human Body?

"Today's episode is brought to you by the capital. One SAVER CARD WITH CAPITAL. One saver card. You earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. That means four percent on milkshakes with the kids and four percent on music with your pals you'll also to percent cashback at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases now when you go out cash in capital one. What's in your wallet terms apply? Hey put on some Beatles. No no the stones how `bout to pot come on. You gotTA play Biggie. Maybe some Katy Perry Taylor Swift. Come on it might be time. For another episode of arrivals rambles is a new podcast. That explores famous music fans of the past and present. Join me Steven Hyden Emmy Jordan. Run talk as we go blow by blow through the best music beefs and then debate. Who deserves the upper hand? Pick aside and may the best band win tune into rivals. Weekly podcast from iheartradio. Listen and follow rivals on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you is in the PODCAST. Welcome to brainstorm production of hey brain stuff lauren. Vogel bomb here with a classic episode Rumor Erstwhile Host Christian Sager. This one gets a little intense. It's about what would really happen to a person if they found themselves in the near vacuum of space without a space suit. Hey brain stuff. It's Christian Sagar. Do you remember that? Time in Battle Star Galactica when that one character was blown out an airlock into outer space without a suit. No what about when it happened in two thousand one or guardians of the galaxy or sunshine. Yes we all dream about traveling in space but movies are any indication we spend almost as much time thinking about flying around up there without a suit on. So let's answer this question once and for all what would space actually due to a human body. Well here's the good news. You wouldn't die instantly y-you might actually survive for a little bit out there. How do we know because somebody tested it out on dogs in nineteen sixty five researchers at Brooks Air Force Base in Texas exposed several dogs to a near vacuum? The dog survived for up to ninety seconds. But if they went two minutes or more they died when re pressurized and if your first thought is they did this two dogs look. I'm I'm right there with you. Researchers at NASA did the same to chimpanzees in the late nineteen sixties finding that they could last up to three point five minutes. And then there's been a few accidents where people got D and then re pressurized like technician at Johnson Space Center who lost consciousness after twelve seconds. This was just before the moisture on his tongue began to boil. That's right his tongue boiled seat without air pressure to keep your precious bodily fluids in their liquid state. They would rapidly lose heat energy before they froze and then evaporated totally. This isn't the worst thing the lack of pressure can do to you. Either the gases inside you would expand causing you to swell up like a balloon in a Thanksgiving Day parade. This includes air and gas bubbles formed from your boiling bodily fluids. That affect is called. Ed Bula Sam which can block your bloodstream with those bubbles and that would cause you to pass out in about fifteen seconds from the lack of blood flowing into your brain your skin's blood vessels would burst. Your internal organs would also swell in likely tear. But you wouldn't explode in total recall. You just stretch painfully until you died. Keep in mind so far. We've only been talking about the effects to a body in a vacuum in actual space. There are even more hazards to deal with contrary to what some inferior intellects may say. It actually isn't very cold in space because there aren't enough gas particles to transfer heat. But depending on your location you could either be exposed to a star's thermal radiation at around a hundred and twenty degrees Celsius or. Your own body heat would radiate away in the shade at around negative one hundred degrees cosmic rays and wind would also cook you with high energy. Photons destroying your DNA and possibly leading to cancer if you even survived and while you're swelling and roasting you might also be hit by micro meteoroid which are those little particles of dust in rock that whipped through space at high speed finally. There's the obvious lack of oxygen. Normally you can hold your breath for several minutes but remember without pressure that whole boiling effect would defuse the oxygen from your blood so again. After about fifteen seconds you'd pass out and don't try to hold your breath either. It would just expand with the other gases. Rupturing your lumps all in all these things would probably kill you in less than a minute. Space episode was written by Christian and produced by Tyler. Clang for more on this and lots of other topics visit our home. Planet HAS NETWORKS DOT COM. 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#B167 (blanket to blashemy)

The Dictionary

12:56 min | 7 months ago

#B167 (blanket to blashemy)

"Hello Word nerds were him to another episode of the dictionary. Today is June twenty first, so this is two days after June nineteenth. I don't think I mentioned anything about June. Teeth on in the episode. That aired that day because when I recorded that episode It was probably at least a few weeks earlier and I honestly didn't know a whole lot about it but you know right after that. Obviously, there's there's been a lot of talk about June. Eighteenth and I have been learning more and then just this morning. I was talking to my wife and. She has been doing more reading about it than I have, but she said that there's a lot of talk about how there. There are some people who are saying June eighteenth if it becomes a national holiday that it would be. Like the next Independence Day, but that isn't really accurate. Because and I mentioned in this partly because I didn't say anything about June teeth, but this episode that you're hearing. Today is airing on July fourth twenty twenty, which is You know independence. Day What we here in America Call Independence Day. So! There's a lot of talk about saying. No June nineteenth isn't the next Independence Day because at the time of July fourth, seventeen, seventy six. Even though we were independent from England. That didn't mean that. Every person in America was free, so you know it wasn't completely accurate. So June eighteenth. I think the year was eighteen sixty five. would. More accurately be considered and Independence Day. And so. There's obviously going to be a lot of discussion about that over the next months and possibly even years. But at the very least absolutely be federal holiday. I believe that and I think just yesterday. I saw that some senators were. Putting out a bill hopefully to turn it into a national holiday, so fingers crossed that that happens. But today is Independence Day July? Fourth what we have been celebrating for like two hundred and fifty years, and it's I think it's a Saturday so yesterday. All of you people probably have the day off of work I think. I mentioned that in the last episode. So anyway, let's talk about words. The first word is blanket. This is the second form it is a verb from sixteen o five, it says transitive verb, and I think there are no in transitive definitions so number one to cover with, or as if with a blanket as in new grass blankets the slope. To A to cover so as to obscure interrupt, suppress or extinguish as in blanket, a fire with foam. To be to interrupt the smooth flow of wind wind to that's a weird ending to a sentence to interrupt the smooth flow of exce- of wind to as a down down wind ship. And then we have to see to apply or cause to apply to uniformly despite wide separation or diversity among the elements included as in freight weights, no freight rates that blanket a region. To be to cause to be included as in autumn, medically blanket, blanketed into the program also is in towns blanketed into the district. Now we have the third form of blanket. It is an adjective from eighteen, eighty, six, one, affective or applicable in all instances number, two, covering all members of a group or class as in a blanket wage increase. Oh, speaking of that. I think I just heard that a target increased permanently increased their wage to fifteen dollars an hour. So that is good. Now we have the word blanket chest, two words Noun from eighteen, forty, nine, a piece of furniture with a hinged lid, a deep well and usually one or two drawers underneath. Next, is blanket flower, one word Noun, eighteen, seventy eight, and we have these Synonym Galar Dea. G. A. I l.. L. A. R. Dia Galleria, probably something like that. Now I wonder why they call it a blanket flower. Is it a flower that just sort of row, just sort of spreads out along the ground. Maybe. Now, we have blanket stitch two words Noun from eighteen, seventy, three, a buttonhole stitch with spaces of variable width with used on materials too thick to him out too thick to him to t o, and blanket stitch is also a transitive verb, and we have a picture of a blanket stitch. This is going to be way too hard to describe. There's the the needle with the thread. And then it shows where the thing is, and then there's some stitches. Maybe I can propose to picture Now we have blankie. Be L.. A. N.. K. I. E. Noun from nineteen. Twenty one eight child's blanket I think most of us have probably had a blinky I know I did I probably still have it in storage somewhere but. I haven't seen that for a long time. My friend had a blanket you know. He had his blankie, but instead of calling it a blankie I do not know why. This was its name, but he named Judy. which I always thought was kind of funny. Okay now we have blank slate. Oh, by the way I should probably mention I. We became friends when we were like three years old. So of course we always had our our blakey's or or Judy's with us at that age next is blank slate two words, Noun from nineteen eighty, and we, the synonym top Bula Rossa. Tabula D., A. B. U. L. A. Rosa are. Esa those are. Latin phrase for blank slate. I learned about this I. Think maybe an in high school sophomore year something This has been a concept actually that I think about to this day. I am not going to get into that. Obviously, because that's a whole conversation, but it has to do with the idea of nature and nurture and you when you're first born you are this blank slate, your this Bula Rossa and because of all of the things that you interact with the people and the situations that you are in your life, all of those start to form your personality, and throughout your entire life, some some big some small. You become who you are. and. It's all started because of this blank slate. Right next, we have blank verse two words, Noun from fifteen eighty, eight unredeemed verse, specifically unredeemed I`am BIC pentameter verse. A lot of people think that poetry and the lake should rhyme. That's obviously not necessarily true. personally just the way my brain works I do like it when they rhyme. But. I'm not a poet, I do not write it. That was not realizing next. We have Blunkett. It's a fancy way to save blanket B. L. A.. N. Q. U., e., T. T. E.. This is a noun from seventeen, seventeen, a stew of light meat or seafood in a white sauce as in Blunkett of veal or visit of lobster. This is French from the. Blunt Keto from belong, which means white of Germanic origin akin to the old high German Blanche. That's probably not how they say it, which means white and there's more at the word blink. Now. We have Blair B.. L. Is that yet. It's an L. B.. L. A., R., E. It is the I form verb from the fifteenth century. I we have an transitive definition to sound loud and strident as in radios blaring, and now we have a couple transitive definitions number one to sound or utter a raucously in set blaring the car horn. Number two to proclaim flamboyantly as in headlines blared his defeat. this Middle English Blair n akin to the MD. is that Middle Dutch. Maybe. It's been so many months, and I still haven't marked wear. These abbreviations R.. Hold on got to put the microphone down. Yes it is Middle Dutch. Okay. Now we have a middle Dutch Blair in which means to shout now we have the second form of Blair it is a noun from seventeen, ninety, six, one allowed strident knows number, two dazzling, often garish brilliance, dazzling, often garish brilliance, and then number three is the synonym flamboyance. Now. We have the word. Blarney it is a noun from seventeen eighty. One skillful flattery synonym is blandishment number. Two synonyms are nonsense and. And then Blarney is also a verb, so this is from the Blarney stone, which is a stone in Blarney Castle, which is near Cork Ireland it is held to bestow skill in flattery on those who kiss it, so if you kiss it, you will have the skill of flattery. You can flatter people. Why okay whatever. next we have blase B. L. A. S. E.. There is an accent on the e. you can also spell it without the accent. Choose this is an adjective from eighteen nineteen, one apathetic pleasure or excitement as a result of excessive indulgence or enjoyment. Synonym is world weary world hyphen, weary number, two synonyms are sophisticated and worldly wise. There's a hyphen in worldly-wise. Number three synonym is unconcerned, and then finally we have a synonym for the whole thing sophisticated. And now we have the word blaspheme. It is a verb from the fourteenth century in transitive is first to utter blasphemy. And then transitive definitions one to speak of or address with irreverence number, two synonyms are revile and abuse. BLASPHEMER is a noun. let's see this is from middle English blasphemy. Men from Latin blast FAMARA and there's more at the word blame now we have blasphemous adjective from fifteenth the Fifteenth Century. imperiously irreverent synonym is profane. Blasphemous Lee is an adverb and. Miss. NECE is a noun and hard to say because there's so many s sounds blasphemous. Alright our last word blasphemy B. L. A. S.. P., H., e., M., y. now known from the Thirteenth Century one a the act of insulting or showing contempt or lack of reverence for God one be the act of claiming the attributes of Deity. And number, two irreverence toward something considered sacred or inviolable. No at Amal on that one, so we have to pick a word of the episode, and when I say we, I mean me myself and I. You know these were all fine. I'll play a pick blankie as the word of the episode. Because you know for nostalgia reasons, we all. We all loved our blankie when we were young. That is going to be it for this episode. Thank you very much for listening. And as always, this has been spencer dispensing information to you. Thank you and goodbye.

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Play, with Abby Wambach, Nora McInerny, and Shantell Martin

How It Is

32:48 min | 2 years ago

Play, with Abby Wambach, Nora McInerny, and Shantell Martin

"Hello sunshine. Hello. Central gotta make hay while the sunshine. What's this? This is Hello. Sunshine. What is by sharing our stories? We could change the world. Welcome to Hello sunshine. I'm Diane Guerrero and this is how it is where women tell their own stories in their own words, were unfiltered real and totally ourselves. Today, we find out how play can transform our lives and how we can all be a little more playful, your crane. The. To be. We deserve to be. Remember when you were a kid and playing was just the most important thing in the world instead of awkward adult dates, you got to have play dates where all you did was go to the playground and do arts and crafts or play. Make believe those were the days when I was a kid. I used to spend hours outside playing, hide, and go seek rollerblading rollerskating anything in the had wheels I would wanna be on. It was so fun discovering new things about yourself and you couldn't wait to wake up for the next day. He play some more. We have some incredible women here today, and I can't wait for you to hear from artists shantelle Martin writer, Nora mcenery, and soccer star Abby Wambach. Our first storyteller today never stopped playing shantelle. Martin is an artist, even if you don't know her name, you've seen her black and white drawings. She's collaborated with everyone from Kendrick, Lamar and Google creative lab to clothing brands. I've Puma and maxmara an all because she never quit playing. Shantelle is one of those women who managed to turn her own play into a career and get paid for it as an actress. This is something I can totally relate to. I'm playing pretend for real, but it's a tricky balance for creative people because where do you draw the line, get it draw the line. I'm punny, but seriously, what does it mean to play when you're play becomes work. When I think about play, it's funny instantly I think about what because I think the two for me, so into woven, I draw as a career, you know, I travel around the world. I mean, really amazing people. I collaborate with these people. I work on really amazing projects, and I do that with this pool of a pen or a marker or pencil. And to me, that's kind of the pit of play. It's it's something that I'm passionate about something that we will do as kids not truly something that I've always continued to do throughout my life. And you know, I'm very fortunate enough that that's turned into my work and and if play isn't an essential Paul, if your work life or your day, you know, that's also okay. But you need to find us space. You need to find that balance. It's interesting. I also know the vow does, you know, can you drool? And they'll say no control. And I said, well, that's absurd because you know, you drew as a two year old as a free year old is a full. Oh, five, six, seven, eight. Maybe even a nine ten year old. Of course you can draw. You can do something as a full grown Addo that you could do as a little child. But I do remember the first time where I was drawing an wasn't what in my mom was drawing. So my mom drew a picture of Al dog tummy at the time, and I remember just being kind of dumbfounded the also. Wow. The dog that she just drew looks like out dog. That's magic. That's amazing. Some real gift there or sorcery, and then I tried to do it and realize I couldn't, and I remember Finn in so discouraged the there was this tool or this practice or this activity that was excessive to me and that had been doing it, but somehow I couldn't tap into it in the way that my mom did, and I think that's really kind of special stage within all children's lives. You know, there's this moment where your house or your dog or the the person doesn't that like the teach house or it doesn't let your parents house and it doesn't it like how they've told you to drawer or how they've kind of been teach you to draw. And there's this my way you start to believe that you con and they can drawing is away the, you know, regardless of being an autism, no into way that we get to extract ourselves and put ourselves on on paper. It's a way that we get to experience something really personal between now head now hand and that practice or that exercise is so beneficial yet we take it away from from people at such a young age. We'll try to find out south. We're trying to seek how south and and this is something that we naturally do as children. So why would you not do that as an adult? You know, as children, we do it quite naturally because it is a Paul play and is a Paul of games in the playground, and it is a of what we do kind of every day is kids. And then you know, suddenly we grow up in it, we'll has to be serious and it has to be about work and it has to be about where we're from. Now, if I was to ask you who all you and you to answer without same what you do, where you're from and the roles that you play in life, how would you on sir? And it doesn't matter how educated you are, how smart you all? How traveled you all how old you off as adults. We all struggle to onto this question of who we are at the coal as people because we all so cool up with where we're from. We also cool up of what we do. We also cool up with the roles that we play life because those are now the labels that we carry. Whereas if you are children, they know who they are because they play every day, they all themselves every day they, they're on this with themselves every day. They haven't applied those labels yet to themselves of of kind of roles or jobs that they play in life, and. And so it seems bizarre that you would stop doing that as adults because you know, isn't that the whole point of her on this planet is to figure out who we all the cool, and you know, it seems. To be a shame to kind of go through life and then pass away only really knowing what we've done, where we're from. I'm Shanto Maltin autism question Finca connector collaborator. I'm someone that is just trying to figure out life fruit drawer in and fruit playing and Fru experiencing. It is so powerful and it's kind of realize just now why I get so uncomfortable when people ask me what I do, it's so impersonal, it's what do you do? What do you have? What you have to give instead of asking? Who are you? What are you? Love? How how do you laugh? What makes you happy? Can we all make a pledge together right now the next time we're out of party and we meet someone new. Let's promise not to ask them what they do or where they're from, instead do something, playful us what makes them laugh. Hey, I'm Diane nice to meet you. What makes you laugh? See, that's making me laugh right now. I would l- I love that it might. It might seem weird at first, but trust me, we ask everyone who comes to the show that question and sometimes their answers like Our Lady, Nora mcenery is are just too good. Honestly, people falling usually usually when I honestly, when I fall or anything, embarrassing happens to me, I really truly enjoy it. The other day I was walking really quickly into a target and the automatic doors were not ready for the speed at which I travel, and I just walked right into them. There is not an I laughed so hard even thinking about it now. Even thinking now it's so great. A word from our sponsor. We're going to talk about boobs for a second here boobs and knowing how to deal with them are a real lifelong journey. For us. Ladies trust me. I am practically abroad. Allah gist. What I'm looking for is fit, look, comfort and perkiness, oh, and price. 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Thanks for asking a podcast that favors real talk over small talk when she had a miscarriage and lost both her father and her husband, Aaron all in span of weeks. She chronicled at all. I on a blog and later in her book, it's okay to laugh. Crying is cool too. Through it all. She was taking care of her toddler, son, Ralph and like any new parents, Nora, and Aaron just wanted to be silly with their son. So Nora had no choice, but to set her grief aside and just play, which turned out to be a really good thing. Right from the beginning. Ralph was born into a house in into a family and enjoy a whole situation where the world was never going to revolve around him where his dad was sick. His dad had stage for brain cancer, and it's almost as if this child entered the world and knew that there was something bigger going on, there's something big going on and he was a part of it, but he wasn't. He wasn't everything. And and part of me does feel almost guilty for that, but really feel like we're giving him a gift that he. Will realize when he's older, like all the best gifts and you know, Aaron was sick. You is such a good dad. We had Ralph knowing that Aaron's life was not going to be a long one. We didn't know if he would be there for Ralph's first day of kindergarten, nor for offs graduation or for Ralph's wedding. We had a feeling he wouldn't be, but we went into it with, you know, all the best intentions and really having Ralph with Aaron was an exercise in just appreciating where we were. And when I look at the beginning of my first child's life, I had a newborn baby who are so needy horses walk after like two hours by the way and babies are like, I can't do anything for like ever. And I had a brand new baby. I had a husband who had just had a recurrence of his of his. Brain tumor who had just had another brain surgery who was now doing a whole new really intense invasive chemo. That meant that he would spend three days in the hospital away from us every month and that listing that out now I think, oh God it so much. But I mean, they had to be hard. I know that they were hard, but there are also the happiest days of my life, and I can truly say that I can truly say that changing Ralph on like a dirty chair in the college center that like I don't know how many butts of sat on this while Aaron gets his infusion. And we watch, you know, arrested development on errands, laptop that was the happiest. I've. I've been in like my entire life and no matter how Garin was, and he was so sick. They did this kind of chemo where when he got it, he would have to. You'd have to share his home body, you'd have to shave the whole buddy at a beard. You'd have to shave it off. And when you're a man who's worn a beard for a long time, shaving your beard off is so shocking. It disgusts your wife like, oh my God. You look like a giant sixteen year old. Some new like shave half of his body at half of his face and come out just for the reaction. It was always so funny like Ralph, you still laugh at Aaron, like Erin, did anything. I remember when Ralph 'as really tiny and Aaron wrapped him up in swaddled and then held him up to me and Ralph's eiser open. He's so alert. He's like a little infant and starts eating him like accord on the cob, but like a cartoon corn on the cover you eat at like a typewriter. And then dating back to the beginning like ding. He used to it when Ralph was her up China's Waddell, hold him like a good tar and pretend to strum him. Strom hard like he was definitely right. He wasn't playing like James Taylor. He was his playing some other. I've, I don't know the names minivan. So some cool band. I don't know you just so funny, like our life was truly like those kinds of moments of of joy, even though like you're just sort of walking the plank, but you don't look at the plank you look at at the person who's walking with you. Aaron and I wrote his obituary together on November. Eleventh. I remember it because Iran had been not doing well, and he had not been doing well for a long time. And he started to have seizures and I'd never seen him have one he'd had to. It had the one that you know helps has find his diagnosis. He had a seizure at work, and then I started having them at home in those kept happening. And I called the that had called his doctor and sector said, you know, just go go to the ER tomorrow and and they'll they'll check it out and brought him to the ER and. The people who opened the curtain where one, the hottest doctor I've ever seen worked in the ER. It was like a living KENDALL. It made no sense. I'm actually uncomfortable around men that good looking. I don't even like like them. I just want to slap them or something I didn't, but so the hot doctor came in and then the curtain opens in it's errands, nurse practitioner from the college department, and it's his social worker, and they are lovely women. Do you want to see them at the same time? No, you don't. And they explain to Aaron that there wasn't any more treatment to do that the tumor is back. Obviously, that's why he'd been having all those seizures and who's growing really quickly, and that they just wanted him to have a good quality of life and they're really good at making it sound like it's your choice and I remember Aaron going, well, I don't want to die, but if you're telling me I have to do and we were like laughing and crying and. We went and got pancakes. And then we went home and we wrote as of way. Per more Aaron. Joseph aged thirty five died peacefully at home on November twenty. Fifth after complications from radioactive spider bite that led to years of crimefighting and a years long battle with the nefarious criminal named cancer who has plagued our society for far too long civilians will recognize him best as Spiderman and thank him for his many years of service protecting our city. His family knew him only as a kind and mild mannered, art, director designer of websites and t shirts and concert. Posters who always had the right card again and the right thing to say, even if it was wildly inappropriate, Aaron was known for his long entertaining stories, which he loved to repeat often in high school. He was in the band, the asparagus children, which reached critical acclaim in the northern suburbs as an adult. He graduated from the college visual arts, which also died an untimely death recently and worked in several agencies around Minneapolis settling in as an interactive associate, creative director. Coma Klay, Aaron was a comic book aficionado pop culture encyclopedia, and always the most fun person at any party. His survived by his parents, his sisters, his first wife, Gwen Stafani, current wife, Nora, and their son Ralph who will grow up to avenge his father's untimely death. So I don't really know how to tell you how to find playfulness. In those moments. I can tell you that it's probably already. They're like the people who are listening to this who are going through something hard. We're going through the worst thing in their life. Verdi know that it's possible to find joy. They already know because they already feel it because feeling that deep of despair opens you up to the depth of like every emotion. It's like feeling in high definition, the good things and the bad thing. So the people who need to be told that are the people who haven't suffered yet. So that's who this is for is for people who have not been through it yet. You will like, literally everyone you love is gonna die. So look forward to that, but you'll have the hardest thing in your life happen. And within that. That awful terrible, horrible situation. There will be these moments of joy in won't make it better and it won't make it worth it, but they'll be there. I mean, I had I had a blog during this time when I look back at the writing on it, I think, wow, this is really pointed his truly trying to like, tell people how to interact with us because even if something sad happens to you in this is really the basis of like all the work that I want to do in the world. Like you are not your sad story and that you can be going through something really difficult. It can be the hardest thing you are going through and you can hate every minute of it, and you can still find something to laugh about. Norah story is so inspiring to me. We all have our traumas including me, but I have to find time for lightness to we are complex beings with more than just one emotion and the Mark of a high functioning woman is being able to be many things at once and let's face it ladies sometimes functioning in this life is more than enough. A word from our sponsor. I'm not gonna lie. I've been known to dress up. I love to dress up. I think that's part of why I became an actor other than to tell stories is to dress up, and sometimes I need a little inspiration, what's going to fit my mood? I checked out, stitch fix dot com. And it's very cool. It's exciting to see what they might send me like that Jean preppy blue blazer realness, yes. Police stitch fix is an online personal styling service that fines and delivers clothes, shoes and accessories to fit your body budget and lifestyle. Just go be boop to stitch fix dot com slash how it is and tell them you're sizes was styles you like, and how much you want to spend on each item. 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She's been named fearful world player of the year, and she's a six time winner of the US soccer athlete of the year award, and she is the all time leading goal scorer in international soccer history. So it's safe to say, Abby is an expert on playing as part of a team. I'm not a professional athlete, obviously, but teamwork is a big part of my life, but sometimes I wonder how I can be competitive while still being a good teammate as women. We are always told to play nice. Should we listen? How can we have fun when the pressure's on maybe the solution is to redefine what it means to play. Abby is going to break it down for us being the seven. I think I've have felt like I've been on a team for my whole life from the time that I probably could stand up. I was trying to get involved in some kind of sport. I'm watching my brothers and sisters play and not being able to walk yet and maybe not being able to run yet. I was able to to kind of observe them. And because of that, it gave me kind of this desire like, oh, I'm going to show them. I'm going to. I'm going to be better than them one day. You know jumping off the diving board at at two years old. In writing down the driveway on a on a two wheel bicycle. I had never ridden a bike before, but I just had seen my brothers and sisters do it. So many times that I just I saw it. So I wanted to do it my first three soccer games. I actually ended up scoring twenty seven goals. From that perspective, you know, my parents were a little bit shocked and odd that I was able to do that. And that was my first experience at being in a team other than my family. And I remember after those twenty seven goals, my mom had said to me abbey, you know, why? Why don't you pass the ball more because she was worried about me like being that stereotypical best player on the team who just doesn't pass and isn't really liked by by their teammates. And I and I said something and this is this is proof that you can learn to become a good leader. I said, well, the whole point of playing soccer is scoring more goals in the other team. And if I can do that better than anybody, I don't see what the problem is. My mom laughed and she said, okay, we're going to have a little bit of work to do here. So the truth about being on a team is that there is no perfect team, no, no championship team. I've ever been on runs one hundred percent smoothly gone. Honor the days where there's a thorn -tarian coach or a few leaders on the team that can make things happen because they tell their rookies or the role players of the younger players. What to do, you have to actually incorporate everybody's skill set. It's not easy to get a collective group of people on the same page or beating as one as this one collective heartbeat. It's actually the most difficult thing. If it were easy than every team would win every every time that they stepped on the pitch or field or in the boardroom or whatever we're talking about, it is so hard to manage human beings. It takes extreme effort. It takes extreme love and it takes extreme surrendering. I think that the times that my teams have won championships, we were able to get for the most part, all of the players beating as one, many people think when they look at the women's national team, oh gosh, they're all best friends and that's why they win. And for the most part, we are friends, you know, but there there are moments that we have to have hard conversations. And we have to get on each other because at the end of the day, championship mindset and elite athlete mindset is about completing the goal and getting to a final and winning that final. For instance, when I was playing in two thousand fifteen, my coach and I, we decided and the coaching staff decided that I would help my team better coming off the bench and for a veteran, a player who had played, you know, over a decade as the leading goal scorer and the player who played many, many minutes almost every game almost every minute of every championship. I had an opportunity there to become an individual and sulk and complain and be upset by this decision. But my own personal feelings didn't matter as much as winning did. And the only way you can actually accomplish big goals, big dreams championships, whatever it might be. You have to. Collectively figure out a way to get on the same page and respect each other. Winning is defined differently by every person and every team in every business. And these are really important questions to discuss with the collective so that we all know what our heart is trending too, and trying to beat towards. Right. So for our national team winning was not just about standing at the top podium getting gold medals wrapped around our necks. You know, we wanted to win with honor. We wanted to win with class winning also can mean at times losing right? Because the biggest lessons in our lives are done when we lose or we fail are we don't accomplish our goal. So maybe our future self, right? Maybe we have to go through and experience some of that pain. Some of that failure in order to win in the end in the long run, you know, we're all playing a long game here, but to many of us are trying to sprint through our life. And we can't expect, especially women. Women have the standard of excellence of perfection because there's fewer women in the workplace. There's fewer women even in professional sports. And so our standards in the history of of human history are so high that we don't believe that we're given any grace in the failure. But in fact, I have experienced the opposite that the times that I have failed the most times that I have not quote unquote one even by the standards that we set as a team. I know that those moments, those failures are the things that turned me and my life into beautiful moments. I love sport, right? And I love competition. And I think because of that, I have found a way to make play and put play in in the most unplayable like things like doing errands with my wife. You know, I'll be dancing in the car or I'll be, I'll be dancing in the line at target or or something like that. So it's not hard for me to get into a playful mindset and because I played sport for so long and I played soccer for so long. I felt like I killed so many birds with one stone. I was able to play a sport. I was able to earn money as able to stay fit. I was able to travel the world. I was able to hang out with my friends basically all day. And so I tried to replicate that that lifestyle having having retired a couple years ago. I tried to do that in my in my daily life. Now. I am Abby Wambach former US national team player and the dreamer of changing the world. Okay. Let me just say it. We're all thinking it. Abby is goals, whereas my cousins might say. Now after listening to these three incredible women, I am fired up and ready to play. I know you are to grab a pen and paper draw something. Yes, you can turn of your favorite re re song and dance with your kids. Find a soccer ball and do your best Abby impression or just remember that thing that you love to do when you were young? I'm gonna go run out and create a dodgeball league that I'm never going to attend. Even if you don't think you have time give it to yourself. And speaking of next week's episode is all about that very subject time and how learning how to value our time is one of the most powerful things women can do. Like when I stopped everything to go eat that taco and get a manicure yesterday. Yup, I cherish that time and no, I am not kidding that taco was tasty. Af in all seriousness, the older and busier. I get the more value my time. And so should you? So I am very excited for you to hear what next week storytellers have to say on the topic. Did we mention Maria. Menounos was going to be on the show, telling us about how she learned her greatest secret about time. The secret was that this batter. Ars. Damp of fixing. On this episode of, how does you heard from shantelle Martin nor mcenery an Abby Wambach. I'm Diane Gaveto and I'm a bad as Queen protector of Justice, daughter of immigrants, change maker and human lover. How it is is a production of Hello sunshine. It is exact produced by Amy s. Choi, Charlotte co, Rebecca layer and Reese Weatherspoon our senior producers are Jillian Ferguson and CARA heart. Our development producer is Mary Phillips. Sandy sound designed by Jocelyn Gonzales. 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Dawn Herring  The Courage to Play and Live Joyfully

Courageously Go

25:46 min | 1 year ago

Dawn Herring The Courage to Play and Live Joyfully

"The. Welcome to creatively. Go where we will venture into places weep and afraid ago women at the world, we are going to start a movement a movement towards courage. Hello, everybody. I'm debbie. The P tro, the host of your show here. And I'm so glad you're with us. We are facilitating a global conversation about courage. Why are we doing this? Well, I believe that when we live from our hearts by choosing courage the life of our dreams and a better world for all our possible. No matter our age or circumstances. We never ever, and I may never need to feel stuck or alone. Are essential truths. Are as follows. I choose courage. I use my voice, I embrace the new I welcome challenge. I continue to grow. I am a woman of action. I courageous -ly. Go. If any of those statements resonate with you, then you are most definitely in the right place. And I'm glad that you chose to join us here today. So today's guest is is I'm really looking forward to bringing her on. She's a friend of mine I've known dawn for a for a long time now. And and she's definitely I can tell you this. She's definitely one of the most genuine authentic people that that I can think of and I know you're going to really enjoy my conversation with on her name is dawn herring. And she is an artist that uses water colored paint hand land ham letter and illustrate she's also an avid journal keeper daily dude ler and founder of refreshed with Don herring where art enjoy align. Don encourages folks through her newsletter the art of joy to find their creative voice, thus tapping into their personal power and leave their meaningful. Mark in the world. Don also encourages folks attack into the power of journal. With her new resource. The art of journaling toolbox filled with seven power tools to keep journaling relevant revealing N renewing and the art of journaling prompt playbook between thirty one prompts questions an image suggestions to vote play in your daily life. She's inspired by vibrant color, and design which keeps it creative wealth for her own art based projects she also loves to write music and sing with her tambourine donnas, thirty years, married and partners and business with her husband. She's the mother of two grown daughters and grandma to one grandson, Don herring. Welcome to create Disley. Go. Hello. Thank you so much for having me excited me here. I'm excited for you to be on the show as well. You know, life happens and sometimes guests of mine who have booked for quite a while life happens, and they have to cancel for whatever reason. And I thank you for stepping up. In joining us today. And you're someone we've known each other for a while. Now, haven't we? Yes, we have it's been years. Actually, I think I initially found you through the warm milk journal. And I and like many of my now that I consider dear friends, we started back in the day in two thousand nine two thousand ten I believe on Twitter. I was that. Yes on. Yeah. I think you're at you were at spreading joy on Twitter, and they're sort of like a a group of us, right? Who were really positively and journal writing and personal development, and we all sort of seemed to disorder attract one another, and we became good friends and then leapt over to Facebook and got to know each other on a deeper level. But it's just fun. You know, social media can be very powerful that way these days. Yes. Absolutely. Well, I you always got some fun things going on. Time. So so let's just jump in there in here on and then what what what are you up to these days? What are you excited about? Oh, there's so much going on like like you introduced my journaling resources that I recently released in the last few months. The Arctic journaling toolbox for me is is a great way to keep things fresh and fun and fabulous. So that you don't get bored in your journal in practice because I know a lot of people, you know, they get started. And then they don't really know what to do with it. They feel like they don't know how to do it the correct way. So that's why I decided to create a resource to give them some impetus to try different ways of writing in their journal. And I've used these tools myself for many years, and so that's why decided, you know, if it works for me, it probably will work for other people too. And of course, my journaling practice continues to bring me, great, joy and personal. Empowerment, just because of the clarity. It brings me, and it helps me to create positive change when I understand the different pathways that I wanna go into. And I see what's working what's not working. And so I create shifts in my energy as I recognize what I need to do to make that positive change. And of course, positive change requires courage. If yes. It you outside of your comfort zone in a sense. So for me, I find it. Essential. I really do. It's it's one of my favorite practices, and I also really big on creating doodles in my journal each evening. It's so much fun. It gives me a chance to really think about what I experienced in my day. And I like to write either a word or phrase that kind of encapsulates that experience to honor my my days, you know, time. So that I know that I'm showing to myself when I go back through it again. I look at it. And I'm like, wow. I remember what happened on that day. So it's it's a way the honor my preferences, and give me an opportunity to create something with color and texture and just designing something that's just fun. So I really enjoyed doing that as well. Now, I I have my watercolor painting and my hand letter. That I do that. I'm that really brings me joy. I I was just working on it last night. As a matter of fact, just totally getting into that creative zone. You know, where I can just get into my own space, and relax, and and find joy because you know, and that's what I always encourage people to do is to find something that they can do every day that just Luther spirit and leaves them feeling because I knew it works for me. It definitely has you. You know, we're both on the same page on that I for years, really my whole life. I've been a journal writer, and I think that's probably how we got together. Because although my warm journal was about getting a good night's sleep. As even I both know is more than that. Right. I had a lot of journal writing prompts on. Yeah. Right. Yeah. And so, you know in the evening, you know, maybe when I'm having a glass of wine and just kind of unwinding for my my day before I cook dinner, I'll often most days, I will get out my journal and right? And and it's funny. You mentioned doodling, I'm I'm doodling more and more on finding. I just want to do it. All I've kind of got this this heart balloon lollipop type of line thing going. I've been like I've been doing a lot of doodles that look like that. I don't know little heart lollipop. Yeah. That sounds delightful found something that works for you. Yes. Hi, met she'd to my husband. I'm like, John. Maybe I needed to like take a class, or you know, maybe experiment a little bit withdrawing or painting. I just feel this needed to do a little create something creative. I've been working so hard lately. And even though my work itself is quite creative nature. I still I think I just need something that's completely mindless. And just just like you. You know, you laugh, and I love what you do. Because often you're just you just do things for the fun of it. And and you have this delightful playful energy about you and our audience, most of our audience members don't know about you. But but you from time to time you host these these wonderful Africa what you call them. But on Facebook, the just the joy fast. Yeah. Yeah. It's been a little while since I've posted a live event like that. But yes, it the the purpose behind me getting online with with my, you know, with the folks who follow me is is to give them impetus to do something that brings them join over day, and to share that matter of fact, I have a group on Facebook called the art of joy, and that that is a place where people can share their spots of joy or something that really really made them happy or tapping into their creativity where they can share in in a private space to where you know, they can feel comfortable and sharing what they're doing. And what's really lifting their spirit and leaving them feeling? Bula? So for me, it can be anything. It could be your wardrobe could be you know, the books you're reading or Louis watched or going for a walk and listening to birdsong, which is one of my favorite things to do. Just noticing being mindful and aware of of what lifts you and really making that a part of your practice part of your routine part of your. You know, just the way you go about your day and just being more mindful about it, even your food can pretty. You know, whether you're making it yourself or eating, well, you know, someone else who who's prepared it and just relishing the bites, you know, and just really appreciating the flavors and textures, and and just paying attention to these things because we're often on autopilot, you know, rushing from one thing to the other. And I think that's slowing down makes a huge difference in your joy level because you're just more mindful. You're more aware you're paying attention your presence. And I know the more that I do that the more I feel like I'm in the moment. You know, where I'm just right there listening, and I'm paying attention and am also paying attention to my intuitive impulses to intuition as a huge, courage bear, it breaks the barrier to courage in the sense because when you're tapping into your intuition, really paying attention. To what it tells you? Oh my goodness. The wisdom that that lies in there is of mazing, and when you really listen, and when you actually follow what it says, even if it takes you outside your comfort zone, which will often do it's amazing. What opportunities will arise and how you can really start honoring and trusting in your gut, you know, and what a tells you so that's a huge huge impetus for me poured personal power. So so do we do we tap into our intuition by doing the things that we've already mentioned like riding in our journals and focusing on the little joyful moments of our day is that how we tap into our tie that that's a huge way of doing it. Because when when you when you use a journal to write down the things that you are hearing. It's like you're keeping a track record of what's coming into your heart. And then when you follow what it says, you can write down. What happens is a result of following it and. If if you choose not to follow it because you're not sure about it. Then you can also record how you felt about not doing that. And maybe what you might have missed out on. So I think that drone keeping for that reason is a power tool because when you can see the track record of what you do and how you take action. And then you look back on it and say, wow, I'm really glad that I trusted my gut on that. Because that way up for me. And now, I'm in a whole new place that I'm really really excited about so yes, I highly recommend journal keeping for your intuitive hits that you have and just paying attention to and you listen to your heart. I would agree with that and often if I is a lot of us. I always have people that seem to be so sure about everything right there decisive and make a decision, but I sometimes, you know, if I over think things, and I I do tend to do that have things rallying around in my head. I have a tough time, especially when it's when I have an important decision to make right? So I do find like you, you suggest is tracking my feelings about something and writing it down. And and I do what I call a gut check in if something feels right at it passes, the gut check I go for it. And I make decision that follows that course of action that is in alignment with my gut. You know? Right. And and I think that's courage. I really do. I think that I I shared this message with a group of businesswomen here recently for the new year, we talked about kicking our year off with courage, and I believe a big part of courage. Dawn is really getting out of our heads and getting connected with that heart space, and as you suggest do in the gut check in in in in coming from the heart. That's courage, L, absolutely, absolutely, courage. It takes a lot of courage to align ourselves with who. We really are. It really does and our journaling practice can really help us to recognize what feels false, and what feels authentic what feels real. And what feels off, you know? And so that's what I do. I'm constantly using my journal to ask myself questions to write lists about things that matter to me, and it just gives me so much clarity. Yeah. You know, because it opens things up it, it it brings things that are normally in the subconscious mind, it kind of brings it forward to the conscious mind as you're writing down your thoughts. And you're thinking about what you're what you're saying. And you're like, oh, okay. You get clarity. Because you you may not know what you're going to write down just letting it spill out onto the page. It's a gift that's really the is. It isn't gift when you use your journal to really listen to honor your preferences, and to listen to those life messages that come in. And when we take the time to to write these things down, it really shows us, what's deep inside our hearts like you said tapping into that heart space and really giving space for that. And really opening that up and making time for it. Because it's like, basically putting you not on your to do list, but your priority. It's really a form of self care is really that's how I see it. I see journalism form of self care. In addition to my other, creatives, and spiritual practices that I that. I keep absolutely. And it's a power tool when you combine it with other things, you know, whether it's, you know, if you're if you're cooking or baking or going for a hike, or creating something with pain or drawing or singing, or whatever you're doing when you use your journal practice to record the things that you're doing and how you felt while you were doing them. It really helps you to recognize, but really works for you as a creative being, you know. And when you recognize that when you see it, clearly when you feel it clearly as you're writing it, then you know, what to do again, you know, and then you can make a practice out of it and make it a part of your everyday life. You know, I find sometimes I've got back and looked at entries. I've written years back in my aspirations for my life. And then I then I look at myself today. I'm like, Well, I I I have that life. Now, you know, hey. Absolutely worth celebrating. Absolutely. When you can see how far you've come. Oh, I'm delighted to hear that. Thank you. We'll while. We're talking about journal writing. Let's be sure audience of knows how to find. Because you have a lot of good resources you for journal writing specifically to do a lot of other things too. But, but where can they learn maybe they're people that have never really done this a whole lot of writing before. And how can they get started and work can they visit you to learn more about how to get started with journal writing. Well, my website is WWW dot Don herring dot net that is my website. And as soon as you arrive, you will see the art of journaling toolbox, the art of journaling prompt playbook and the art of joy, which is my newsletter. So if you subscribe to that, you will automatically receive my new resources that are downloadable you can print them out and use them on repeat as often as you'd like and the the prompt playbook actually has a colorful tracker inside of it. So you can like Mark off the days where you. Actually write in your journal. And of course, my blog refreshed daily, which is on my website. I published on there pretty frequently. And I offer our journaling prompts journal in prompts, and even doodle prompts most often in in my in my in my blog posts that I write which is really fun. And and then of course, you know, sometimes I go live on on social media and you can connect with me on Instagram at refreshments on herring. And I'm a journal chat. And Don hearing Twitter, and I'm also well, you can connect with me on Facebook too. You know under Don herring. And then of course, I have my my art related page that you can connect with me there. So you can see what's going on. But yeah, that's what they can do. They want to subscribe. They're welcome to do. So. And of course, I'm always putting stuff out. I'm always talking about different things sharing tips on my YouTube channel, and you know, that kind of saying they can check that out and. And watch those as well. Those are great resources to encourage them not only in their general peeping practice. But also in finding their creative voice, which is one of my aims and goals with when I do today. So awesome. You know, you know, one thing that that as I was thinking about who I wanted invite to be a guessing my show today. I really you came to my mind, and and not only because not only do you do these things for yourself. Whether it's writing in your journal or doing art in your music, and your creative and your playful for yourself. But then you're very courageous in that you really put yourself out there and impr- purposely, inspire others, and you bring other people into your your light it into your full than in your quite brave. And and and in that regard because I've known you for number of years now. And so I'll give our audience and example, remember when Twitter was still kind of new you one of the first people that that that hosted one of those Twitter chat. Yes. Journal chat yet. And then when when of course, Facebook live was brand new there's there you are my friend on Harring do doing a Facebook live and sitting in your office. They're at home and just doing it putting yourself out there. And I remember back van I'm thinking, oh in a million years. I could never do that. Von connecting. With folks. I really have it has been such light. I on reaching out to to folks who are interested in journal, keeping or creativity and they're looking for to get more joy in their everyday life. And I am so thrilled to connect with folks and give them some ideas to run with and for them to share their joy with me. Because when we share our joy together, all my gosh. That makes all the difference. I agree. I remembered trumping on I just happened to to jump on one of your your live joy festive vents, and I think it was it was shortly after I got my kittens. Sammy winston. In the. Share my kids. I was so excited about my new my new babies. How old are they now? Okay, year and a half believe it or not crazily goes. While does. Does it does? I wanna down faces aren't they are. So we'll this this show as you may. Well know this show goes by very fast. And so one of my big interests in the that, I know you share with me as well as just the importance of play. And I want to be sure we have a chance to touch on that. 'cause it's going to be a matter of a moment where I'm going to get the two minute warning here from my producer. So so, you know, we were little kids Don to play where we're all about playing. That's how we learn about the world in our lives and ourselves. But then as we get older something happens, right? We we have the responsibilities of adult life. And we and and we lose often what happens is we lose our sense of play. And I've always I've in recent years, I've I'm interested in in reclaiming that reclaiming play far cells, I've even hosted a few play shops for dolt women in recent times. And I just think that some portent. So if you could share with us your take on the import. Of play for adults. Oh, absolutely. Oh, every time. I hear someone saying, oh, I was just playing around every time. I see that somewhere. I immediately respond with that is your key right there that when you put yourself in a playful state where you give yourself permission to create an activate that playful vibe. Oh my gosh. That just opens things up for you immediately. And for me one of the things that I sometimes do is. I write a little have a little dialogue in my journal with my inner child, and I will ask that child. What do you want me to do? Now. What what are you interested in right now? And I always get an answer a ways. So you might wanna try doing a little dialogue with your inner child and find out what what would you like me to do? How would you like to come out and play today and just be open? Don't censor yourself. Don't question. It don't wonder. Well, this is kind of silly note. That's actu-. Part of it a lot of times when we're playing we're feeling silly. Because a part of that Plato vibe, you know, and just give yourself permission to do that don't be afraid to tap into that creative space that you haven't seen in a while. Because you haven't given it space. So that's what I would highly recommend love it out there listening and taking a few notes. I think that's that's a great idea. I think you know, I I've been on the road a lot for work in a little little bit tired. I've been it's been working very hard. So I think I'm going to to later on today this afternoon, I think I'm gonna go play out in the garden today on its we have. Spring weather here in Jacksonville Florida today. And I think I'm gonna just maybe go by a few plants go play in my backyard later that just sounds go today. Absolutely. Getting in touch with nature's perfect think. So we just been a delightful guest, we have you know, maybe a minute left. So maybe in one or two sentences. What is something you would like to leave our our audience with today? I would say slowdown. Hey, take time to get quiet. Just give yourself some head space get away from all the noise and just ask yourself. What brings you joy? And just just listen work brings you joy. And then go write it down. And then go do it. Yes. Yes. We're out of time. Thank you. Thank you, my friend for joining us here on justly go, you're a delight. And I know we will be in touch just wonderful rest of the day. And made joy with your creative heart. Awesome. Thank you dawn and everyone out there this. My name is Debbie petro. And you've been listening to courageously go, and I invite you all to visit my website at courageously, go dot com where you can listen to pass episodes of this of our show and find out how you can be a future guests, and I look forward to hearing from you in. So glad you joined us today. So ladies until next time remember this. It's our time to shine. Let's make it. So and courageous league. Go.

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Episode 21: Motorolas Dead Zone

The Great Fail

27:00 min | 3 months ago

Episode 21: Motorolas Dead Zone

"Before we begin I'm excited to announce that the great fail was the recipients of add weeks best entrepreneurship podcast of the Year. This is truly a great feed for an indie podcast wage and a direct result of all of you amazing listeners who tune in each week and share the podcast with your friends. I appreciate your support and I'm humbled by this great honor. Thank you all off and now on to our program. That was the Tipping Point for the mobile business. It was really bad iPhone coming in. Welcome to episode twenty one of the great fail a podcast that examines the grave success stories and they're spectacular fails would led to the demise of the most prolific people Brands and companies. I am your host Deborah Chan and this week we'll be looking at Motorola. It was 2011 and activist investor Carl Icahn Motorola's largest shareholder was attempting to dismantle Motorola earlier in January using his influence and public clouds. He successfully convinced the board to split Motorsports into two companies after it began losing market share for its mobile business, but just half a year later icon was pushing for yet another split intending to change date the operating companies so that Motorola could split off its patent portfolio something he reasoned would result in a higher valuation. In his media interview with Reuters, he urged. We shouldn't let the Tail Wag the Dog the patent portfolio. Maybe the company's most valuable asset and left many on Wall Street to consider whether he was indeed correct or whether the split would completely decimate what was once the Global Wireless Powerhouse that invented the cell phone. Welcome to the story of Motorola radioed in in nineteen. Twenty-eight lost in a dead zone by 2011. What do you remember about your first Motorola phone? So I first got a razor maybe when I was in college and that was like one of the coolest phones that I had ever had and it was a the silver and black razor and it was so like Sleek sexy and I just loved flipping it. That was like when you get a phone call and you just flip it open and that was the cool thing, but then Motorola came out with this awesome swivel phone that nobody had really thought it was very low profile and it just swiveled to open and it was probably the most expensive phone that I had bought around that time frame which was around $300 which I thought wage at that time. We thought oh God $300 for a phone on my gosh that's crazy. But it was so cool. And I believe it was in a James Bond movie, but that was like the highlight of my phone career wage. I remember my first experience a Motorola. It was a gift from my parents for my thirteenth birthday, which the iconic hello moto commercial had the entire School wanting the newest flip-phone. Of the old-style blackface. I remember my first Motorola cell phone. It was a Star Trek. I was seventeen years old and in my senior year in high school. The phones went from a 2-pound break to the size of a compact mirror and it was all the rage. My first Motorola phone was a flip phone just classic kind of do nothing except make calls and if you're lucky you're able to send texts with them and the keypad was just digits when the razor came out because I had the screen with color. I just had to have it. Yeah, it was pretty awesome compared to a Nokia which was you know indestructible, but just didn't have that stick appeal in the early 2000s. I was in my last year of middle school and Jay-Z was the hottest rapper at the time had just come out with the song called. I just want to love you in the last line of the second verse. He says I'm too cold Motorola. Two-way page me off. And immediately everybody wanted a Motorola two-way pager. I remember back in high school leapfrogging from the deeper into my first Motorola flip phone which was the startech and then when the razor came out the company really caught my attention because for me the metallic pink one was the Holy Grail. It was sexy. It was Sleek shiny and incomparable to anything else out there at the time. So it was truly revolutionary and for a while Motorola captured a big part of the cellphone market and once I began working on Wall Street, all I saw were blackberries and all other smartphones, which was clear to me that Motorola had all the fallen out of the Limelight but the story of the rise and fall of the iconic Motorola was on so many levels a bit heart-wrenching when you think about their passage from leadership and pioneering the Telecommunications Market to their slow bleeding death that spread out through e The organization and decaying on every level before going under. What's ironic is that most people don't realise how they pave the way on Innovation with inventions that to this day can be traced back to Motorola's contributions. For instance Motorola provided radio equipment for most NASA space flights for decades. In fact Neil Armstrong's first words on the moon at 1:00, but we're sent on a Motorola transceiver. The company was founded in nineteen Twenty Eight by Two Brothers by the name of Galvin soon as he's G, they named their company Galvin manufacturing and started with selling their first product which was battery eliminators. They went on to invent car radios and walkie talkies came along with the first pagers from military police and fire departments. It wasn't until 1947 that they changed their name by fusing the word motor with the second half of the word Ola which was a popular ending for successful companies back in those days. And successful they were rapidly becoming a leader in all things radio. They were trailblazing for set-top boxes modems DVRs conductors. And then after that mobile phones in for a while this Behemoth had a monopolistic rain as an Undisputed leader in the cellphone industry off it made waves when it pied near the first flip phone with the microtac and then the infamous clam phone AKA startac in the 1950s because this phone literally looked like a clamp and when the razor was unveiled in 2004, it was a massive success. It's sold around a hundred and thirty million phone's dead on launch the most any phone had sold at that time and it was named one of the most influential pieces of Hardware ever. So how did a company like Motorola lose their ability to stay on top in the engineering world and completely off all out of touch with your audience and reality while Motorola was involved in several verticals. It seemed they had really found their foothold in the mobile phone business office and for a while they were dominating the space hands down, but then some really notable players entered into the ring by the name of Nokia Samsung blackberry juice and the small other company you may have heard of Apple. In retaliation to the glut of competing companies starting to flood the market Motorola responded with their highly-acclaimed razor phones generating one of the most successful launches in history month and they had a pretty successful run this got them back into the game and put them into the number two spot in 2005. The razor was considered one of the most influential mobile phones at the time. But as you can imagine the consumer Tech world can be quite fickle with all eyes looking at the latest hottest gadgets and as the mobile markets advance, so did its competition It was Nokia's polish designs that would come to usurp Motorola's market share with a few others coming in and throwing their punches at the Behemoth as well. Blackberry brought out their game changer for corporations allowing for instant Communications amongst employees apples iPhones brought about groundbreaking designs and apps that were Market defining. So what did Mom KO Bula do instead of answering these challenges? They instead just sat back defending the razor not even offering a replacement or a version 2 Here's Jonathan rough ex Motorola executive who was a senior director of Technology during his final years. They're here. He talks about Motorola struggle with competition long as they were more competitive consumer-centric Brands and products came in that were hard for them to compete against in a kind of manufacturing jobs. Can we compete against scale on bills where they were the technology innovators? But if anything they were the market creators and I sometimes think you know over the various things their struggle with moving from Market Creator to the next stage of the market when they became very competitive in the sense of there were a large scale of competitors because people could buildings usually and you could use examples of the more fun some of the Enterprise business models. They went into semiconductor and going back the whole television space. They actually sold the Pulsar Brandon televisions paid off. To eat it. And then I think about us ultimately went the Panasonic. So it was one of those early us technology consumer tech companies consumer companies. Unfortunately the jobs or companies from that market kind of came in and were more efficient and were able to build the things quicker and faster and maybe not technology innovators at that point in time, but they were really great as followers and the ultimately displaced Motorola in those positions in 2006. Motorola's market share was about 23% but by the end of 2007, it dropped to just 12% falling into third place behind Samsung. Besides competition there were other obvious red flags of the companies eminent Doom, but we'll hear more about that after a few words from our sponsors page. You know what something you should never fail at good insurance. That's right in scary times like this. It's more important than ever to have good solid coverage and it's a daunting task life having to scour research speak to agents. 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It's professional counseling at your fingertips just fill out a questionnaire specific to your needs and get in touch with the counselor within 24 hours. Then secure video or phone sessions plus exchange unlimited messages everything you share is confidential and you can request for a new counselor and Anytime as a listener, you'll get 10% off your first month by visiting our sponsor at betterhelp.com the Grateful join the over 1 million people who have taken charge of our mental health again. It's better help. Motorola was starting to face some stiff competition, but there were obvious red flags from the start. I actually think the first red flag was off the network switch from analog to digital and most of them had one organization that take one standard and a second organization to didn't know which one to pick up three. That was the first time that you saw business units starts you drift or start to separate and not work together, they became tribal and then I think within business has become a stroller became recognized as the mobile company on a mobile phone company. The next part was the way and how many different platform products they actually had because even within the mobile phone tripe that were Feast them's where people wanted to try to protect their resources so they came up with new ideas and new designs new designs wage. Came out a bit too late, unfortunately, because anyone who understood the business during the time saw the industry moving towards 3-g adoption and android-based phone know where the latest craze but Motorola took their time to adapt to these Trends given the internal strife. And by the time they came out with their own version. The product was ringing to be able to tune. This failure was a critical error and the company suffered a huge loss. In fact between 2007 to 2009 Motorola Los a whopping 4.3 billion dollars when it finally did change to the Android platform. They released the Droid in 2009, which promptly was awarded song of the Year by Time Magazine. But as all the other companies were vying for the number one position for smartphones. It was nearly impossible to stay afloat, especially given birth. Was about to come next so what do you do? When you begin to lose your relevancy in the market some may try to engineer a new way to compete others may want to Pivot to add in a market but there was no denying that internally there was a fracture over where to place their focus a Schism over how to move forward. Even when analog was beginning to seem outdated dead. So to me that was a pivotal point in Motorola's history as the why things various things happen one business said, we're picking a standard and another business when we're doing a phenomenally while and law wasn't sure where to put their necks back so they kind of maybe parsley better than little three or they picked they dismissed one which grew and they picked one which really didn't get the global market presence. And what ultimately occurred was the selling of Motorola's assets. Although they were at one time a market innovator. They were now losing their grip to the competition's new smartphones including the iPhone who's developers home literally picked apart the brains of Motorola and then displace them when they started to master the notion of consumer-centric solutions and seamless connectivity between devices. We were the first company to build an app based device. We had both a pager and a smartphone to smartphone was java-based and the Pedro was a different technology standard based. There was a quality page or it's called a page writer and you could download app so you can log games and you could download them for that device and you can play them with a qwerty keyboard or you could do applications log in to your corporate network with a paging Centric to a messaging type protocol. So we were definitely the forefathers of that again, it goes back to that. We LED an Innovative the ending of production the challenge became when we had to make as consumer-centric as possible and you know, and we will Apple I mean we Bill rocker which is a music Samsung mobile phone with apple, but they really limited what we could do on that phone and how many songs could be on there and you know, maybe in hindsight I would say that they had already decided they were going to build off. T-Mobile phone and they were able to pick a lot of the Motorola people's brains and get knowledge and understanding out of Motorola as to how to build their phone. But they put that Apple stamp on that Apple stamp of we have to think about how to make this totally consumer-centric consumer simple consumer easy. And in some cases, they took off an ology that a Technology Innovation company would put in because it made it too complicated. That was the Tipping Point for the mobile business was really that iPhone coming. In fact, I'm starting to displace or be another competitive threat at the operator publicly humiliated and feeling backed into a corner car like on put Motorola into a media pressure cooker push him for a split between the companies and it happened because in 2011 Motorola became two new entities now Motorola Solutions And Motorola Mobility signifying an end to an almost ninety year Empire the war zone level of competitiveness between some of the executives kind of drove this lit, but I think the second part was which we should forget. It wasn't just internally the drive to split Carl Icahn got seats on the board and he drove the split too long because he believed that there was more value of the company being split up if you were a stockholder and if it was together and he really forced that split the first company bought a Motorola Solutions concentrated on police Technologies radios and Commercial needs Motorola Mobility on the other hand focus on mobile handset production off. The split was structured to that Motorola Solutions was a legal successor of the original Motorola the split definitely curtailed some of the buzz that the company had created from the Droid off. Ironically stunting the growth of its own product. It seemed every time they took a step forward. They moved several steps back because at the same year Google announced that it would suck wire Motorola Mobility the market didn't know what to expect. However the partnership did bring on some cool products including the 2013 release of the Moto X pure Google. This was a solid product with touchless control and an extensive Suite of customization options via motomaker. They also came out with an Android Smartwatch wage first-of-a-kind wireless Bluetooth earphone and for about two years it seemed Motorola was on its way back, but then something really devastating would happen to them again. In 2014 Chinese manufacturer Lenovo acquired Motorola from Google a move that further perplexed Motorola fans another acquisition after the small but promising success of the Moto X this new move to Lenovo created further confusion to the market and Cloud at the vision and the Northstar off of Motorola the company started to divert its focus from quality into quantity creating more and more products and showing less and less Focus their wage Moto X Moto G Moto E Moto X style Moto X play Moto Z the list continues off and on but you get the points. It was all getting a bit convoluted. Beyond their focus in Hardware. The software itself was a lackluster. They were rarely any software updates security updates were non-existent and two Capital off the device's battery life sucked leading it to backsliding in the hardware and software game, which is a killer. If you want to be a mobile phone leader in January of 2016 Lenovo announced that it was slowly phased out Motorola only keeping the classic M logo, but the brands would now be called Moto by Lenovo stripping away any remaining traces of its name off in the final days. It was speculated that Lenovo only acquired Motorola's patent assets so that they can enter the US market wage. Worth considering as we still have Lenovo today while Motorola phones are now obsolete rumor had it that during the acquisition Lenovo. CEO was on the record saying that Motorola is our us treasure and we plan to not only protect the Motorola brand but make it stronger that seems unlikely given the decision to shut it down only two years into the acquisition. Remember they are already sold off the semiconductor business. They had already sold off this saved the structure business or which they started to Siemens and then not hearing kind of or just way through various of what would be competitors before so it had already hung down into a much smaller company. I mean, I remember being down a hundred thirty thousand employees when you look to semiconductor, I remember semiconductor leaving the biggest banks was probably when semiconductor split off from Motorola. For someone who is on the inside the final days of Motorola could be described as this how we think about it is is a groups of friends. Split apart people got laid off there was constant, you know layoffs because we weren't making the numbers we were getting to the market share. We wanted to get you needed to get actually therefore they would something and they would cut something and they would cut something until there was nothing left in the end. It was like Motorola was getting further away from the nearest cell tower. Once they lost their connection everything started to get fuzzy and though they were once this tight group. They got split apart losing their assets their focus their purpose and then their relevancy until there was nothing left of them, but a rap lyric from an old Jay-Z song. Special thanks to Jonathan RAV4 contributing to this episode and sharing his valuable Insight during his time and Motorola and thank you for tuning into this week's the Greek fail. Please make sure to visit our website at the great failed, for behind-the-scene audio and video footage. If you like these episodes and want us to continue bringing more, please subscribe to our newsletter because well not connecting with you would be our grades fail while you're at it simply tell a friend about the show that would help us out to bring the research on each episode is extensive, but none of them would be possible without the tireless efforts of researchers writers and reporters. 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Food That Grew On Us

Full Belly Laughs Podcast

56:57 min | 11 months ago

Food That Grew On Us

"Hello and welcome to win. Food meets funny. This is the full belly laughs. Podcast I'm your host brand durgin and today we are going to be chatting about food that grew on. Us stuff that we didn't really like from the jump but now we like it and best of all. I have a guest on this episode. Luke Kuka Rouleau him and I chat about this along with some other things. So let's Let's hit that theme music and get into it. Time you to while you down half enough to belly laughs all right. The music has concluded. I mean it's episode time. We are now in the thick of it. That's right it only takes less than two minutes and we in it to win it when you think of something you know during the meat and potatoes. It's going on. It's going down and the show should only be two minutes longer right because when you the thick in the middle but that ain't the case no like molasses the show you dip your finger in just to get a taste you already thick. You know what I'm saying so with that in mind. Let's get into the episode. It's super duper fun too. Great Time Luke. Cucolo and myself have a nice conversation. We did this through some technology. Given you know everything that's happening in the world and proximity to each other so the maybe not the same quality as what you're hearing right now but my opinion it's still a great cast great conversation and came through pretty good. If it didn't I wouldn't release it so but just keep that in mind might sound like he's on the phone that's because it is a phone call but bef- you know in addition to the conversation with Luke where we're going to dive into food then drinks and whatnot that you know. Maybe we are turned off to eventually got turned onto. Rosser going to do a little shout out to somebody that supports full day. Laughs gives them give them a little spotlight And you know outside of the conversation that and I have he's GonNa play some of the board games with me. We always play board games here at full belly. Laughs and We're GONNA keep going on with our new segment re dive in and examine logical fallacy and were a cognitive bias and since full is putting out new content every single day. We're going to check out the food holidays. That came out this past week every single day for by. Lasse celebrates a new holiday with a video and a comedy article. So we'll do a little round of what happened the this week food and we'll close things out with enough pl recommendation always trying to give love to other content creators but before all that. Let's let's let's set the tone for the episode. Let you know what F. B. L. is cooking with you know with the FOO Beland. Nation is all about and pretty much will football. That's trying to do is get everyone to just embrace grubbing. Gaiman goofing as a means towards deeper personal growth and empathy for all you know trying to spread that love and all that fun jazz. You know what I'm saying 'cause vampires. They hates only and laughing. Together that keeps the Sun Shining. It's GONNA keep them down their coffins. Put a nail in it at the vampires out of our life. You know. We don't want those various forces going to try and this goddess terrace apart. You know break bread together playing games together and laugh our pussies off our seats. That's going to keep those dark forces locked down. You know what I'm saying But yeah I mean layoffs. There's lots of things that we are and we aren't you know we think critically were not serious. We'd like to joke at everything not about someone. We play fair not to win. We feed our souls. Not Our EGOS. We work on systems not goals. We value understanding not assimilating. We practice impairment not a affirmation and we believe in people not communities. Relabel is not you. We like you. You are part of our little squad here. The Foo Bula Nation. Were all are welcome? As long as you're not gonNA ruin the party you know as long as you're GonNa let anyone that wants to come to this lunch table and sit down with us to grab a chair. You know we're not gonNA forest competent seats taken. You know what I'm saying. So with that table. Set the tone in all a skiffle. Shoutout our buddy Alex from Magnolia. He is one of the prolific commenters in history Phobia laughs There's a lot of times where leading to an episode. We know the theme ahead of Time. So we run like a social media. People ask fans of the show what they think about a certain topic and he has some of the best comments of all time really some funny stuff and just leads to great conversation and Banter with the gas or just with myself or what have you so great great great dude and we finally got him on the podcast A little while back. It Was the York versus peppermint. Patty's excuse me that's the same John on a one time about you worked fire had he's versus junior men's episode. It's like one thirty seven something like that. Back in the vault for the PODCAST. So if you're looking for another episode of the checkout after this Recommend that one was pretty good deep dive in the differences between those things. But yeah I mean. People like out just like pumping up the show and making it cool and making it fun. You know. That's what it's all about. That's what full belly is here to do and provide and you know it's a totally ad free program you know. We don't have commercials on the PODCASTS. And we have no ads on the website. And that's because we got this tight knit community of people our legacy community. It's like it's not when I hear community I think like Oh you got follow these guidelines to like sitter this part of your identity. Now we're just re collection of people that are just after the same thing you know what I'm saying. And it's it's a loose a one-size-fits-all loose gear. You know what I'm saying. It's not like it's not an US versus them type deal but yeah. I mean there's people that are fans of the show that are part of the food the nation that give not only their time like Alex to just like make the content great but also give Their finances you know. Donate some loot to help pay the bills and keep the lights on for the show and for that we truly appreciate it and it makes sure that We don't really have to run advertisements So let's see. What do we got next on the docket up in my outline? Oh all right. We have an ad read. That's awkward. I guess. Guess we don't have as many donations as we thought. That's okay though right. What'S OUR AD? Let's see here. We got a vile. It is all right. Let's see violet. Eyes glasses that shape the world on your morning mood. Imagine if you could see the world through a mood ring but that ring can't change it's locked it like waking up on the wrong side of the bed was real. 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It's my conversation with my buddy luke and we're going to chat about food that grew on us. Yeah I actually meant to transition to the topic earlier but I just got sidetracked with my working out analogy. I just ham fisted. I was like now. Let's talk about okay. So we're talking about first impressions of things things that I'm not sure if I like this or if I want to do this but eventually grows on you and turns on you as there like a food or a drink that you know before. You're like Chris. But now you're like I fancy that so when I was growing up I've have have hereditary high cholesterol so my dad's had three heart attacks. My older sisters had a heart attack. Mike less role was in the three hundred. So like two hundred is pushing words unhealthy. I was in three hundreds when I was a teenager. Oh so yeah insane. I have actually have my appreciate the less Roy. Appreciate the context because I when you said three hundred. I was like that. Sounds like a great batting average. I have no idea. It's like over nine thousand. You know it's a lot sixty GEETA stuff right there over nine thousand but so. My body produces so much cholesterol. The extra collection is actually stored in deposits in the top of my Irish in my so most people have circular. Is I get a picture of mine? Have kind of a little semi circle that dips down. Were extra cholesterol. The positive in my eyes and it's super rare and like showing people and doctors always freak out when they see God. I've never seen you know you're the abnormality that they they're going to show their other cholestorol buddies and you're like Oh my God guess what this is showing so yeah growing up always had super high cholesterol and I thank God. My mom did not want to put drugs when I was a teenager. You know because it leads to kidney failure. By the time I'd be like twenty and a half kitten chair so what we did was we would try to incorporate into my diet that would naturally lower my cholesterol on a big one is salmon. You know how they take fish like. That's that's still a thing for the Fatty Omega threes. So I was vegetarian at the time had never eaten meat had never seen fish and she would grill salmon and I would be forced. I was in course. Let's in like I like for my own health. It was like Oh this is for your own and I remember I would wrench it in like balsamic vinegar at salad dressing to take out the flavor of this because they wouldn't I remember. They wouldn't let me leave the table. Gillette finished all my salmon and a heated. It like hated it. I would like all the tricks. When you're a kid like smash up some push it to the side so it looked like you ate it and and hide under the veggies and drench it in salad dressing. I would hold my nose and eat it and then like trying to swallow a bunch of water to swallow it down so I didn't have to teach and like that's how much I was repulsed by Salmon Roe and now Sushi. One of my favorite things love. I love raw the difference. The difference between Cook Salmon and Ross is like out of this world for me. I'll he cooks in and now like if it's nice grilled charter skin up naked nice and crispy my favorite dish. But I will eat it now but when I was a child I. It was literally torture for me. My parents were tortured by and making. No how about you. Would you anything anything life all yes. I don't have anything. That's you know that makes me like my yeah primary physicians favourite. Where like. Ooh I remember reading about you in a textbook never thought I get on in person. It's so hot does it? All for other people do the I deposit thing or does it show other weird places you know so the other places that deposited. I think they'll be like fatty kind of like skin tag. So they'll be like weird places if basically fat so they'll be like weird fat deposits somewhere on your body and a lot of them end up in like tags on your underarms. Oh Yeah so. The way mine is being she get positive is the worst spot. Like if you had like armed thing you can just have like ribbed triceps. Which would be. Kinda cool now. That's pretty great. It's so funny that you were like force-fed salmon as a kid seems like for health. We add such a boozy thing. You know like like luke you got to eat fresh fish but if you remember so I was a vegetarian. I had never tried meat. Were up to this point true when you were a Veggie kid like you just decide born Europe born vegetarian vegetarian but my parents were vegetarians. They introduced eggs when I was probably about twelve. And then I would say a couple years later mega right before. Now's probably about high school high school. They tried to do the same thing. And then I cut it out again until I went to Japan when I was twenty five. And that's what I started eating fish. Okay that makes sense. So is Japan where you like. Desai's roll the dice on going wrong with salmon. Well if you've ever been to Japan there is nothing to eat. If you are not eating something with the Fisher. Basically everything everything is fish. Gotcha that makes sense. Yeah that would be a burden from lady. She's not she's not about the animals so also if you're in Japan like are you. Yeah no for sure I would be. I be Sushi city for sure. Might be searched out to the Max. We did We were I was like a small fishing island off of Nagasaki. Brought it in so it was. It was a little bad because I got to eat Sushi at my first experience was like the best. It was like a heroin addict. Like you're always trying to chase. Oh Yeah Yeah. Yeah yeah totally funny that the yeah exactly exactly fresh off the Nagasaki Sushi. And then you're like on your way home. You see some Sushi at the airport. You're like yes this is going to be just as good. Nah is not as good at all. But it's pretty funny. I mean I think it's true with a lot of things that going. Rawal is GonNa feel better so that's no surprise. That's what turns you for the the salmon but for me I would say. I was not too fond of olives for the longest time. I feel like if they were involved with something especially when I was younger I'd be like really like thrown for like with with just half the brightness and they're they're aggressive flavor but as I got older I started to like appreciate that dimension like it's similar to that I think how like kids can't understand coffee but like as an adult you're like this tastes like reality and I need it to function. There's something there's something intense analogous of like perfect for a situation but you know when I was a teenager so were you. Were you like selective with your olives. Like I know some people that I've met we'll heat like green and Callapollo but they'll eat lack olives. His they're not as aggressive tasting their little more. You know like yeah so I started off with blackhaws like I finally tried like like a Veggie a pizza that had like forgot to ask for no black olives and I was like. Oh whoa Mike. This is fine. I Love Pizza enough. Get through it. And that's what made me think about trying it and I also worked at a pizza shop so it's like some of the people working there were like. Oh you should throw black olives on it and would be like what where they would do it. And I'm like I can't like now. They're GNARLY and they're like no check it out. It's kind of like when you first have like like French. Fry that has vinegar or like pickle juice on it you're like Ooh it's like total new dimension of flavor so I grew up in neighborhood where you would get like you get a packet of packet like squeeze too into the little one of those little tiny white cups called. I don't know but you know what I'm saying. The Little White Cup you and squeeze we would always have been iger and I didn't realize that wasn't a thing. Yeah so yeah where I grew up like. We always had vinegar with French fries. And then I went onto the big world and was like. Oh this is this is this is the game changer. For know totally I grew up on like launch me sandwiches? Chips like cheeses pretzels. What your parents enforce juice if anything they like four. Send me like green beans or something. So like yeah. It's a total guess. I'm like I'm like completely like dumdum when it comes to like being healthy at adult. Now 'cause it's like while we'll come second nature to Mike my girlfriend to eat because she has had a better diet for so long and has been Vegan for so long. I have to like I have to make a conscious effort to be like that salad does sound good instead of fries with my meal. You know what I mean like. It's just it's a permeates unlike a lot of ways. But Yeah I'll for sure it's the grownup choice. You have to make every time you go out to yet. It's true you know Saudi fries. It is tough. I FRY ALMOST EVERY TIME. Because the just can't give up the value because the salad so many more calories. Yes you get more calories for your dollar you also probably get more filled for your dollar and like the salad usually is really really weak. It's usually just like nick screens with like some type of liquid on top of them. Oh you even get mixed rains. You don't just get like straight iceberg. Lettuce that's really stepping up point. Yeah sometimes it's just shredded iceberg lettuce which is like so sad but with the tomato wedge. Why did they give you a full wedge shopping the whole Wedge Salad situation is insanity where it's just like half got qu twenty five percent of my full speed like thing like who wants to eat this but it's like people that are like say two masked kissed about Salads? They're ordering it because they hate it and they want to be as difficult as possible to eat so that way they can be like. Yeah I did have a salad today. See this literally just half an iceberg lettuce. But it's the whole like. Let me get a diet coke with my value meal at McDonald's of course the Wedge Salad is drenched in blue cheese or like some nonsense like completely on. Does exactly what you're trying to do. But yeah there's this there's this place in Santa Monica that Lauren. I like to go to that. I have actually now gone out of my way to get the salad instead of the fraud in the fries but that's because there instead of fries they have chips and the chips are just like basic tortilla chips. There's nothing special but the salad is like a legit salad with like mixed Greens veggies and like a real dressing like it's the real salad. It's not just like hears lettuce like here's Lettuce you full for picking Salad. You think they order it. They're like well. I guess we gotTa have it on and it's just like what is the worst thing we that to pass what we're going. I think a lot of places especially like back east and stuff like in L. A. They have to has legitimacy sailed options because they know is trying to eat gluten by I think throughout the land. You know they have salad because there's so many there's so many ladies out there that have to eat like dainty you know like they're still starving but they won't allow themselves to like eat until they're full because it's like not ladylike to do that which is so sad. There's women that operate like that but I think that's why there's the salad that's true is probably not a historically female only issue but yeah there's probably a lot of fellers out there. It's a historically but like now it's twenty. Twenty that's true. Yes self man yes not nourishing yourself and torture eating a transcends all genders as possible for anybody to do that themselves We took that from women. They used to have a monopoly on that practice. But we've done it now too so a. Hey. Hey Fubo layins. This is a perfect time to let you know that besides this podcast besides the website with comedy daily content all day every day once a day. 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Those are the Stinky Asian fruit that is banned from being eaten in public in some country in Asia. This these facts are probably what hurt them because they smell so bad. And it's like a big spiky kind of all. It looks football spiky football. It's about that and you crack it open and it has chambers in it and there's like seeds covered in this village and it smells like hut right. Okay you're you're I can't wait to know they. They're pretty expensive case. Go Go finding dory that you probably have you have any like Asian markets. Do for sure in all of Los Angeles. There's probably but yet it's considered the world's nastiest smelling Bahasa tastes. Have you had? It are one of the nastiest food had so I was. You know somebody was trying to give it to me to like. Oh my God you know. Try this it's so nasty and I ended up actually liking it. Which if you get past the smell. It has got a very creamy ten. And it's like a little sweet and it's like this creamy sweet texture but like it does smell basically like that in anchorman. Big smells let yet. It's like it's like sex panther where everyone's vomiting at it. So I would say another thing as a child probably would not have tried it but in my old age. I've tasted door. It's it's yeah. No that's true if you're feeling yeah. Yeah no if you had told me if I was was trying to get me until I go to their place for dinner and they described the Dory into me I would be like this meal is GonNa be rancid like I don't do with that through. I don't know what this person is cooking with. Or how they cook and I'm sure it would be lovely especially going in with that expectation because then my expectations should be so. Yeah it is nasty. I really want you. That's right to continue. Then I'll have to have a Dorien for sure all right Mandy. WanNa do you WanNa play some games. Hell yeah I figured. We'll just do an Oldie but Goldie on the FBI. Pardon yeah you know I thought about it but I haven't pondered him a while it kind of beads today. R- at times it does lead to dealer. I told you it makes me off. I didn't even pull it out of the bag because I knew it would be awkward now but I have my dad do the show. So should I get it? Should we should we? Should we be putting figure we just keep it keep it? Light and fund deals some super fight. That's a classic here on familiar laughs. Basically our works is Luke Iowa. Each get a character card and modifier and then we'll just take turns debating on who would win in a fight. It's just that easy all right so just like suddenly couldn't see. Okay now. I can see They're banding banded they're not allowed on mass transit in Singapore. That's okay so luke you're character is Heisenberg Heisenberg from. Yeah you can take it that way. I think that's a good way to interpret it. And then Heisenberg is nine feet tall so all right so nine foot Walter White but in where he on top end some for me I. It's not a top hat. What is it even last year? I don't know what that has called. That's very like nineteen thirty's gangster thing and then also the kind of had that I feel like a blonde woman that blogs would wear that like only she can pull off and then I have a boy scout and this boy scout is afraid of water. So Luke how is your Heisenberg nine feet tall? Going to take down my boy scout. That's afraid of water. This probably be a really tough battle. You know Walter White in his. He has cancer spoiler alert for anyone who has only been teen years ago. I apologize that old. God it's gotTa be it's gotTa be pretty old share. It's right. That was like the first show that people cared about that right. It was like that in the Sopranos. Everyone was like watching together collective community. What's The Sopranos? Sopranos was definitely fifteen twenty years ago. I think breaking bad's like not even ten years old yet really out with what alchemy now on Netflix. I Yeah I just remember like I was living. I was living in Philadelphia when the final season was like Aaron. And it's like Oh you are right two thousand and ended in two thousand thirteen so it's only been seven years since it's been on spore both right then because it did. It did for over ten years ago. And that's how that's how it's going to win. It's going to trick you with facts and you forget about fighting not go ahead so you know as a chemistry in high school. He has a lot of experience S and he usually he in the show. He's able to manipulate former student. Who was at some point? I don't know if you know this up whisk so basically yeah. I know iceberg basically manipulates this student through the entire show to do his bidding. But he's going to be able to manipulate this four little boy scout into facing his own fears. And maybe that'll help. Maybe it won't happen win but being nine thousand dollars probably GonNa help her life just being twice as big as small true true. Yeah Heisbourg does have a history of dominating the youth so I don't know if that's the way it shows the Buddha but he's a high school teacher who likes to dominant and most the answer worrying and he's a great guy. So how's my boy scout? He's afraid of water. You're GONNA take down. Heisenberg this nine feet tall. Well first starters the boy scout that means. They're very resourceful. So I think they're going to lead this fight to be not near water by way the scout on set for success from there I think the boy scout laughter. Lean on some of the other badges earned like how to make a fire. Hal Till Eight. Help people across the street because you know. Heisenberg he's old. He's feeble you know so it's like that's how he the boy scout could get in in their close and maybe strike first especially if. Heisenberg didn't even realize this plate was happening but that's unlike yeah because he he's confused on what years even. Yes but that's really unlikely. I think you know. Heisenberg is known for his intellect and have his wits about him. So I don't think the boy scout would really be able to outsmart him if anything. Heisenberg would come to the fight prepared with water. You know because he plans pretty far in advance for his his battles actually not. He's not coming with water because he's a chemistry teacher so he's coming with hydrogen and oxygen. You know what I need. And he's GONNA so like the boy scout doesn't even and then he's like Bam he puts it together h to Bam surprise attack. Heisenberg definitely one. That one for sure all right also. He's nine feet tall he didn't even really look of a Moose. A Moose and this this muses tongue can stretch and to move at will okay. I think that's how all songs work but you know. I guess they can stretch up to interpretation all right and then I have. I'm pretty sure tongues can move though. That's a stretch. Part is the part and then I have a Sabertooth Tiger that knows Kung Fu so sorry I just got an amber alert. Really what did you say I am? A? Let's see here. I am a sabertooth tiger. He knows Kung Fu hurt. You start off this aren't i? I think I'm looking pretty good to win. This one not gonNA lie. I'm going to start off confident. I'm Tiger I know Kung Fu. I'm going to imagine my preferred stance stances tiger stance when it comes to. That's pretty pretty pretty natural for me. I got you want us look I think Moose is the animal. A tiger is looking to sink them. Saber teeth into new problem though. That's that's that's right up this animals alley and then you know tiger. It's got stripes. It's it's out in the wild. It does things. It's it's sneaky now. It's probably just going to be in the Bush I in this Moose and then when it's ready it's going to like shake Toshi and then just pounce real hard and the news designing a C common. Because it's it's I think but I don't know if you know this but Moose or NIECES SHERIFF. One are actually the largest whatever deer in the deer family called mammals warns but they actually get like absurdly large. I think they can like flip cars. I think they can. They're they're over thousand pounds so they get pretty happy. I don't know how big your tigers but with the muses tongue that's able to what move by shelf yeah. He's going to be able to talk his way tiger. You don't want none of this. You see these big old you know horns want and then he's going to be like Hey. I'm in the Rut right now. And when they're in the Rut. You know anything goes and you don't. WanNa get in. Its Way from finding a mate. They're going to clash true. The sabertooth tiger I think is bigger than normal because it's like prehistoric like back before it's not just the I. I agree that the tongue being able to you know like talking. It seems like the tongue has a mind of its own so the Moose can be like making Moose moves while the tongue is doing. Its thing but everyone knows. The clearest counteract to talking is action. Martial arts are That's fair that's fair but I mean the Mousse got sick antlers also could just could not fall parades to these Kung Fu moves. I'll know your answer was very inspired. I kind of I think on paper I took the basic approach. Being like obviously a tiger would win but after hearing your if I was on the jury I would've I would've changed votes. I would probably call draw. That's fair that's probably. I was so impressed by your answer. I was willing to just give it to you but I feel I feel. I feel what you're saying right there. No come on tiger stance also I guess. The new says the advantage that they could. It could. Just wait it out. Since Mussa's survived would ever killed Sabertooth. Just wait it out. Yeah I don't know I think those big things might be. Maybe some competition the true very true. Yeah Yeah you get that thousand pounds charging that you could become rough. They could get bulldozed for sure. I think I listened to. What was it a podcast about how there were rotten apples so they were becoming invented and then moose eat like a bunch of them in Canada and it became drunk so it was like a drunk moods in the middle of town like Dr- drunk in the middle of town off these permitted apples and it was kinda just nuts stuff up and nobody knew what to do because it was Wow so I know they can be quite the meant. Yeah one animal star wiling out and just like going into the human world. It's it's usually no Baleno for humans. They're just just you just remember real quick. Why like we set up life to like not have animals be apart of it every day. Separate the ones that are chill and like you could like kill with your hands if you had to there they can. They can chill with US Luke Man. What's your the winner of our superfly battle for sure? But a victory. Victory in the less. Let the people know what's going on with you. What is going on with me? I am currently producing one podcast with Cucolo conversations. You can find me wherever you listen to podcasts. Probably the same spot that you've downloaded this episode unless it's website. I have been trying to ramp up my guest quality which has been interesting. I had the first person to get life sentence for selling marijuana America on the PODCASTS. George he was again. He did thirty two years in prison And was finally released. Which is insane for non violent crime just selling marijuana. And as I said I have the largest fragrance reviewer in America a red LECI- his name is Steve on the podcast. Also have a youtube video going over his lines so trying to trying to up the quality the catch is been the general started that. I'm trying to get like like like better No very true but yeah. The guests are unbelievable. Every week I see them come out and I'm just like damn like your reality. Tv connections must really be cashing in. 'cause I don't even know how one gets to meet some of these incredible people so the M.'s. That's the best part about being reality. Tv's a have this fake instagram. So because I have almost three thousand followers. It looks like my podcasts and I pick them on instagram into letting me come makes sense so I feel like I tell people I feel like Borat has like these doctorate's degree me something. So when he sets up the interview they think he's prestigious than shows up like an you know you'll be bean switch so that's kind of how very nice but I do have to let you know both of the Times you've been on are still thank you. So Dow is very cool. 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I believe something like that but they have a sister site where it's called your bias dot. Is Summer that's the is part and it dives into all these different cognitive biases that we can have and full boy last. We like Congress Satan. We like games and it just felt natural to have a fun time with these different topics because like comedy usually leverage is these fallacies and these biases for like a fun effect. But you know when you're a conversation around the dinner table You could fall into some of these traps. The could create some riffs between dishes. And you know you could leverage these things to do really well in like one of those board games. It's all about politics like you're going to trick your opponents into giving you a great trade and settlers of Catan or something but I mean as far as just personal growth This is the kind of stuff that you know. A politician might use to really weasel their way into getting people to vote against our interests. So they're good stuff to know. Be Aware of but the baseline from the play around with so this week. We're talking about a cognitive bias. Called anchoring and I'm just GonNa read off what it says on the your by DOT is website. Anchoring the first thing you judge influences your judgment for all that follows so human minds are associated in nature so the order in which we receive information helps determine the course of our judgments and perceptions for instance the first price offered for a used car sets an anchor price which will influence how reasonable or unreasonable counter might seem even if we feel the initial price is far too high. It can make a slightly less than reasonable offer seem entirely reasonable in contrast to the anchor. Praise be especially my full of this bias. During financial negotiations such as houses cars and salaries the initial price offered has proven to have a significant effect. And that's totally true. Because you might think car is worth you know twenty five hundred bucks but if the person tells you they're trying to sell it for ten thousand you know now you start to think and better yet. Let's say they don't even say I'm trying to sell for ten grand saying it's worth ten grant ray because that's such a stage like in your head like Oh snap like maybe my twenty. Five hundred is like totally off right so normally. Let's say you accounted like three K. Now maybe you might only can relate six K. Were like they made up that price knowing. They're going to sell the car regardless like they got for a thousand bucks cares right but they just know that that's GonNa that's GonNa juice you up That's where like are fake. Commercials came from in this episode. Violet is just like starting your day off with those like violet colored glasses or the rose colored glasses where you know like however you're feeling is just going to just going to set the tone rate and same thing with the fake APP Guys Plan. You know it's like. I could pitch the APP ahead of time and then if you found out later on like Oh these are the same people that made these bad things You know you might not have Recoiled right away or now on here the pitch. Because you'd be like well. I already started with this really great thing so I'll like you know justify the you know the other credits from these at creators or SCA- are not so hot but the APP sound so good but once I come up upfront being like. They created Isis. It's tough to hear what I say after that so I love the example with the financial stuff prior is used the most but the way that I kinda interpret this and I see a lot is with emotional things to that might be its own Cognitive bias leaner on not someone with intimate knowledge and photographic memory of all cognitive biases. So could have maybe put the cart before the horse with the fake commercial examples. This time around but yeah I mean you know I think the finance part is probably the most useful for life. So there you go. That's a little bit of behind the curtain on anchoring and where this fake commercials came from. Hey friends one last. Quick reminder about the email list weaned plane. It's a lot of fun you can get round up of all the content that comes out in a certain time period. You can get an email notification about the podcast this very show you listen to right now. You can also get notified about the new daily content that comes out as well. 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You know mystery novels or something so it's a little suspect but chicken soup is classic so it's hard to argue with that and then we celebrated just the other day national artichoke hearts day. That was really interesting because you know. If you're a fan of eating artichoke hearts you actually enjoy eating plant fetuses. Which you know was something. I didn't know until I researched it. You know artichokes when they become a flower when there in full bloom. You don't eat them. You eat the buds of the flower. That's why it's that. And that's pretty much an underdeveloped plant which will feed us. So you know the more you know there you go and that's what was happening food holidays this week if you want to stay tuned and get involved in getting on the food holidays once they come out full dot com. There's a new one. Every single day for were comedic enjoyment this week on F. B. L. recommends. We're just GONNA throw it back to our awesome guests. Lukulu has a fantastic podcasts. 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Faith Versus Fear: Guest  Laura Noel

James Miller | Lifeology

25:53 min | 8 months ago

Faith Versus Fear: Guest Laura Noel

"Welcome to life algae. I James Miller your hosts and a licensed psychotherapist. I'm looking forward to spending this time with you. As we learned some pretty amazing life lessons, let's get started. Thank you so much for taking time out of your busy schedule to listen to the show when you're done listening. I hope you take a minute and write a quick review on whichever radio podcast platform. You've heard this show. Your insights will help others to be inspired and encouraged. I have a great show for you. Today I'll teach you how to remember your previous life lessons I'll be interviewing certified proctor gallagher coach and twenty-seven year military leader Laura Noel Laura helps high-performing leaders live empowered fulfilled lives by helping them focus on what really matters so they can stop feeling out of control become more effective with their time. Spend more time doing what they love for more information about Laura. Please visit stretching into success dot com. 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Go to James Miller lives dot com forward slash audible and start listening to your favorite book today. Once again go to James Miller life dot com forward slash audible to get started today. Remembering previous life lessons, life happens. It doesn't matter if you're considered a quote, good person or quote, bad person life happens, and when it does happen. Sometimes we get so overwhelmed in are uncertain of what to do, or even if we have a big decision to make sometimes, we get paralyzed because we just don't feel like. We have a framework of how to tackle this new situation. Situation, one thing that I always like people to remember is regardless of how life plays out the feelings that we have that come along with every situation are not new. Remember in psychology. We teach that whatever you perceive to be true in other words what you perceive about situation that you're in or decision you have to make that determines what you're going to feel, and then you're. You're feeling determines what you're going to do so if you have a new situation or new decision, you have to make that. You feel like you don't have a baseline for it or the something brand new what you can do to remember her previous life. Lesson is to say okay. I may not have experienced this event before, but I've experienced this feeling before I've experienced, fear I've. I've experienced loneliness rejection uncertainty discontentment devastation broke it heartedness. There's so many feelings that we've experienced in life so when you can pinpoint what you're currently feeling, and it's best to name it because once you can name it then it puts things in context for you say the emotion that you're currently experiencing and then reflect. When did I feel the same feeling before and as you think? Think about this previous events, then you ask yourself all right. What did I do that worked that helped move beyond this particular emotion, and as you write those things on, it gives you a really good framework to use your past to say. I don't know what to do about this situation, but I know what to do when I feel this emotion, and as you have that list. List. You want to review what worked. And conversely you also want to write down. What did not work. What did you do to try to placate that emotion? And what did you do to try and get over that emotion that did not work because it's important to remember that you do not have to reinvent the wheel and other words. You don't have to come up with all. All these new strategies to remove a certain emotion or certain feeling that your feeling because you've done it before in the past, so that's why it's so important to use your past to be able to help you understand what worked, and what did not work then once you're able to mitigate that emotion. In other words overcome that emotion, then it allows you to focus on a solution. Solution to the problem you're struggling with or the big choice. You have to make because your member. What you think about determines what you feel determines what you do so if you can decrease that powerful emotion, you're feeling transversely. It will then allow you to look at this situation or this new event in more of a logical way without having those emotions get in the way. I. Haven't Austin Guest Today Lor Noel? She is going to speak with you about how to tackle some of these situations when they happen. Because often, we don't realize that faith and fear. Ask us to do the same thing. She's going to give you some clarity on how to make healthy choices for you to say. Are you an expert in your field or an author who wants massive exposure? I am now looking for self development experts to be a promotional guest on my folly, currently follow g has an average listenership of over three million people per episode, if you are ready to invest in your brand and promote yourself on life. Than by today, simply go to James Miller life, dot com forward slash guest and apply for this opportunity. This is only for a limited time, and only a select few will be chosen so if you're ready to reach a global audience, then apply today. Simply go to James Miller follow dot com forward slash guest to apply. An I guess it is Laura well. Who helps leaders focus on what really matters so they can stop feeling out of control become more effective with your time and spend more time doing what they love as a certified proctor Gallagher Coach and twenty seven year military leader Laura high-performing leaders live empowered to filled lives all while achieving their highest potential welcome show Laura. Thank you so much for having me Yeah I. Really Looking forward to this when you when you connected, we both have kind of the same paradigm when it comes to faith versus fear, and how that can really impact us in the direction in which our life goes. Absolutely you know it's it's interesting and I never really understood that concept until I started dissecting it truly, it really helps us chart the course of what we're going to in life, which whichever path we choose, emily, it dictates the answers. We get what I tell people. The analogy I was us as they. When we were kids, we would see the little cartoons, little angel, and the devil on your shoulder, and in that what one of listening to? So it's really the. Faith and fear, which one do you listen to you? Because they both ask you to do something that may or may not come true or believe something that may or may not come true, and so it's really up to you to decide which one you focus on, because in that determines the platform of your belief structure as our thoughts determine, our feelings are feelings, determine our response, and so with that it's so important to really be mindful, which were listened to that little that little. It's really everything, and it's so easy to understand, but not easy to apply, or because we get bounced around with circumstances that happen around us, and we'd let those circumstances influence how we feel that. How are fears whether or not? We're going to have faith in our ability to do something, or we're going to have more faith and put more stock in what's happening in our physical surroundings, so it's really interesting to piggyback off what you're saying because we all have this idea that we're incredibly. Self developed people, which in some ways we are, but we could have this mindful practice and then. Then the next thing we know something can blindside us, or somebody can say something. All of a sudden faith that we had all of a sudden can turn into panic into anxiety. We lose it, so it is a practice that we have to be very mindful of it all the time. A what are we allowing in our life and our thoughts, but also just in our environment as well the more we can practice being mindful of setting those boundaries far emotional wellbeing as well as our thoughts, the more we will be able to live a more successful, more balanced, healthy life as well. That's true. It just reminded me of when I first became an entrepreneur. And I was serving in the military and. Thank you. Write. It flew by but I was trying to make that transition, and for the first time I was donating to 'cause really resonate with me like a percentage of my pay. And as I started to transition, I'd never given so deeply before. I thought. And I studied this stuff I. Teach this right in this in. You're exactly right, I mean. Nobody has it one hundred percent if we do them, we're going to like a sentence. Concept practice but I realized that as I was giving this donation the last two months. I thought you know. I'm I'm leaving my job now. This is my last paycheck I'm really going it alone. I'M GONNA pull my year commitment, and just put it on pause, and what I noticed was when people were finding me through facebook ads, or whatever, and then looking on my calendar. They weren't showing up and I thought. They have no integrity and then I realized Oh my God. I have no integrity I made this commitment and I didn't feel it, and it's because I didn't have faith in myself. To really make a go of it. I was more committed or more in alignment with that fear of Oh my gosh. How do this I'm going it alone and it's just it's a constant. You're right. It's a constant practice. You have to be in it and that you know. I'm thinking about my own entrepreneurial John as well because when I think two thousand six I joined a group practice in Washington. DC FOR PSYCHOLOGY, and so here I am I joined the practice, and all this is great, but then I got my paycheck and I was like okay. You just gave me a fifty percent. I did all this work and I got nothing so I finally decided a month or two later was like. You know what I'm GonNa do this on my own. And in that the owner of the. Owner of the practice a great person, but he's never practice in one. Who Keep me, so he said. James are going to fail. It's really hard out there. And when you do fail, I'll bring you back then we'll talk about renegotiating and I was like. Oh, my Gosh, but but what? It worked backwards because when he said that every time I had that thought Gosh can do this or not. Which I had that, but then I heard him say that and I was like Oh. Wait a minute I'm the type of person you telling me? I can't do something I'm going to do it. And so for me, even though I had that fear at times, but I used his voice of what he said to me and I. To be the fuel for me to have a very successful practice and It's funny. Because when I left there, all of my clients came with me, and so I didn't have an I didn't have a non narcotic laws in there, and I told him you know you can say that of course, but they all decided to come with me, so it was interesting to me in the respective when we do have that fear, and when it comes to how to do something on my own, or how do I strike out on my own? If we come in from a place, just like your situation just like mine as well if we're not truly authentic with some of those blind. Blind spots that happened in our life. It will unfortunately eke out or manifest in our in our business plan, or even in whatever it might be all like. Why isn't this working so when you really have that? Stop thinking that awareness say what what is hindering me. What are my thoughts and in that? That's where people really have tiffany. Because when you take that moment to reflect, that's when you see okay. Maybe maybe there's a whole area that have not taken a good look at taking stock, and then that that awareness can your business can immediately shift. He can be this incredibly productive and successful person. Yeah and that's the crazy thing. Is My business really shifted in that moment? And it's you know somebody that's mentoring you and your? Circumstance you had. A close relationship with somebody, but they helped you see a blind spa. It triggered something. And so, and that was the same for me. It was it was I was being coached at the time as well, but it was just a circumstance that was kind of. A wait a minute studying it having some there. That kind of helped me see those blind spots and also makes me think as well as well meaning people can either speak a life or hinder you, so you know if started out in practice service. And in fact I did I had wonderful well-meaning people very very close to me who are very nervous about me coming down here so I gave it. My practice came down to Palm Beach and started life and James Successful here there. Are you sure and I had to stop and think well am I sure, but then you know I really feel like this is what I'm supposed to do. So step out on faith and I did this, but going back to what? I was saying well intentioned. As wonderful as they are as close as they may be for, you can talk you out of your dreams or can influence you, so it's really up to the listener to yourself to really decide what resonates with me, and what does not resonate with me, because if we do allow too many people to influence us, and we should have a close group of people who do speak in life, but when we allow some of those people to influence. Influence us. It can stop us from reaching our potential reach whatever goal it is that we want to accomplish. Yeah, and that is so true it you know first and foremost what I just love knowing, and realizing is that we have infinite ability I mean, and it's. It doesn't matter whether you believe in science or theology. They're both saying that there's an energy that flows to through us so I have no idea what we're capable of doing. And when we base and set goals based on what we've done in the past that keeps a stuck kind of moving laterally doing the same things. Right and the people who are stepping into our lives and. Talking us away from doing something. They're really dealing with their own paradigm is. It's not that they're trying to hurt us. They love us. They're to protect us so I. That was never. A real understanding for me until I really started diving into this is like we're all dealing with these mental roadblocks and who are closest to us. They're seeing it through that lens their land. That's a good point, and it's true because we're all whether you realize it or not. We're all projecting our own understanding of the world understanding of life onto someone else. Are Paradigm and their paradigm in other words they're their understanding of the world can clash at times, and that could have come out and arguments, or could just come out and just question yourself. Maybe maybe they're right, but you really have to understand for yourself what that looks like and where you WanNa go. Yeah. You know it's interesting to is. It's whatever we continually feed. Ourselves is really what happens in our lives and I had been I'm not a scientist by any means, but I started reading more about our brain. 'cause I understand universal laws and energy and how that works. And reading more about the regular activating. I just thought that was so funny. Okay this is very lay person's terms, but basically we're just taking in millions of pieces of information and our particular, activating system I'll just say Razz tour It filters out that information. So whatever is the millionaire to us? It pulls in, and then were consciously aware of it, and we can simulate it and things that are not familiar to us. kind of it kind of divides it, so it's like whatever if we think we're not good enough. We're constantly going to. To be looking for evidence that supports I'm not good enough, but if we can feed our mind, I'm an entrepreneur and I'm Bob. Bula Service and we eventually you know trick our subconscious mind, which only can accept information that we feed it with emotions us, then we'll start to see solutions, so it really starts with a decision I'm doing this and then you have to not only plant the seeds, but water them and grow them. You know feeding your subconscious mind constantly. Also Vicki so much for sharing that because I love actually talking about that, so it's exciting for me, but it's also comes back to memories when we think about memories, so if I have a memory that I've been reviewing a yesterday, so whatever emotional state I'm in with reviewing memory then impacts the next time, so if I think of memory again today, which I thought of yesterday to say yesterday I was in a really poor mood. Today sudden I've now added a different spin on it, so if I was a negative mood yesterday. That influences how I see it today, so something may have happened years ago. And every time I remember it my emotional state when I think of it slightly excuse how what the true memory was of it, so it's something that's really important. As we think of something or as we review something, it is important to say. Let me you let me first off to a body scanner emotional. San, how my feeling I. because if I bring something in a negative mood or something else, then I can not only. Skew what really happened, but I can also take a beautiful memory and skew that into well. Maybe it wasn't as good as I thought because I remembered it negatively in the last time, so that's why it's so important to always be aware of your thoughts, influence your mood or emotions. Your emotions influence how your body responds to it so going back to what you said as well understanding that is if you are thinking of something, and then a certain thought comes up like you said I can't do this or I'm afraid of this from afraid of that. Just like you said you are. You're doing yourself a disservice, because now as you think of your object what you want to do, you connected those two things so just like the memory that I said before when you think of this being entrepreneur again the next heir the next day, if you continue to bring in that negative emotion that fear based emotion that all of a sudden, what wasn't wonderful opportunity is now completely skewed, and now every day repeating that same belief structure of I can't do this, and unfortunately you won't be able to do. Yeah and it's it's crazy. Because a lot of us are just not aware of how we feel. We're human doings, instead of human being so we don't really take that pause and I was just reading an article about. Really just set an alarm and just check in with your soil. Story. Because if you're so busy, you can't hear yourself think and so, how all right? How am feeling right now? What are the thoughts that I'm having? And if you do that a few times a day for a few days and you'll, you'll understand really where you resonate just. Judge it. But, even in that moment just asking. How would I rather feel right now? I remember somebody asked me that stopped me my tracks. I, said Oh. I've been so busy I'm like look all over the place. And then the person said well. What if you didn't feel that way and I'm like. Oh that's absolutely. That's an option. Such a simple question so powerful it really let me piggyback off that a little bit, so the way I do it is I have to scales, and so the two scales, our scale of one ten. What are what's my emotional range to ten is the best I feel once the worst. I feel and I separate. What's my physical energy? Because often, let's say we wake up on the wrong side of. Of the bed or like Oh, I have to stay in bed all day or I can't go to work well. The reality is your body has a full energy that you can do that, but if your mood is telling you that you can't, then you will lay in bed all day so when I. Have People set the alarm on their phone? I, have them do those two scales because usually. Rains throughout the day will change based off the last time period that we that we reviewed so if you change if you check in with yourself, then realize. James, bringing in something that happened three hours ago. It's three hours later. Are you still feeling this way? Or why are you still mad at this person noise? It's three hours later so going back to your option of I. Don't have to feel that way so learning how to let that go. But also just checking yourself with your energy level to make sure that you're not overly giving your energy. Chew something out because we only have a certain amount of energy points. If you will throughout the day, and if we don't allocate them appropriately, then we will overdraft that account, so I love how you do that and I guess I like I said we have a similar versions of checking in with yourself, because it's so important because without that. That we will allow our life to be reactive all throughout the day as opposed to being proactive version of self that we can be because that's really when you achieve your goals, oh, my gosh, that is so true. It's when we're reacting. It's based on our paradigm, but when we choose to respond them were truly thinking. We're using our imagination, our intuition, our ability to reason, and all of those mental faculties we, we were talking line about. Just life in general history and ways, in which we can use our history, not only from history of the world, but history within our south to help us to be aware of struggles. We have today because what I always tell people, and that's really the premise of life. Is We all experience emotions? It doesn't matter who you are where you are. We all experienced the same emotions so when we are going through life. And we feel something based off of the fall out of a situation. Well, it's not like this is the first time we felt that emotion so learning how to use that data. What are some of the ways that you help? People kind of use their past to help them with President and then to launch some in their future. Yeah well. When we really get connected to a vision something WanNa, be, do or have it's. We're doing it energetically and. The most important thing is to feel the emotion of that which fulfilled and sometimes I'll have people come to me and say well. I can't visualize or I can't get into the emotion. So what I do is you had talked about memory. And, so when is the last time? How would you feel if your wish was fulfilled? Would you feel empowered? Would you feel proud? Could you see yourself? You know receiving that award now think back to a time when you felt that way the first time and bring it to your mind's eye and then i. kind of have them kind of morph that picture into now I like that. Yeah, because I have experienced it before they can truly sit with this and sation of what it felt like to be successful what it felt like to feel joy, and that success together or that excitement, and so to really sit there and viscerally feel that and the. The Lincoln devout today really does help them. Say Well. If I did it before. Why can't I do it again? And that creates the foundation for that emotional experience with links back to their thoughts or changes that their thoughts, so if I bring in a healthy, happy confident emotion, I will bring it back to that thought, but then it starts to change my current thought. Say Okay well now. Let me link that together because that when you couple that together, that's when you will be much more successful so I. I love the fact that you do that I. think that that's so important to bring people success to the forefront of their mind as well. Yeah sure, and it's you know there's something that's really emotionally charged for you. If you're just not getting a that, you want maybe thinking about that is not the way to go. Maybe just imagine. Do you love your dog? You Know I. Was Thinking about gratitude and sending love to people, and she had a hard time imagining sending love energetically to somebody that she was angry with, but it's all the same energy says she would imagine her big dog just coming up, put the paws on her shoulders given our bear hug. Actually would feel that love it. was something totally unrelated. That feeling what's interesting as well because when Arizona show a couple of minutes ago and I was talking about this. When we do something, we have a benevolent response to summit, or do you an action for someone, our body automatically words us with dopamine, and so that's why you do something. I feel so good and you're going to high for the next ten twenty minutes. But that's the same concept as well as when you think of something that brings you joy or think of something that really enjoy doing that's immediately how he can switch your brain or trick your brain in some ways to give you a hitter dopamine to help you kind of reset what you were thinking about before because if you have that neurochemical response, then it's easy to think about sending love to someone easier rather to sending love to someone else and so that's kind of a little trick. I help people realize as well as. Think of Healthy Happy Memories. You'd think of something up. Really brings you. Joy automatically creates that dopamine, which then you have very narrow window. Start to do something more because you feel so empowered to do that, that's really great how? Imagery, we both you and I both understand how we can help. People really send out the energy or to Kinda. Create ways in which we can overcome pretty much any obstacle we face today. Yeah. Really it's it. Your mind is so powerful. Love this bird. Well unfortunately our time is up. I can't believe it. We've flown through this would. Not Right. Laura. Thank you so much got somebody share today. If my listeners to find out more information about you to work with you to read all the amazing blogs you've written where they find all this information online, just go to stretch into success dot com and you'll find me. They're awesome. I like the website name. Ours Petra I'll talk to you soon. All right, thank you. I also want to thank you. My listeners for tuning in today. Please subscribe to this radio show. Viewers ever portal you me today. Also please go to my website. 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Ep. 579: White and Black Dwarf Stars

Astronomy Cast

33:33 min | 4 months ago

Ep. 579: White and Black Dwarf Stars

"Trying to cast episode five, seventy, nine, white and black door stars welcome to astronomy Casper weekly facts based journey through the cosmos where we help you understand not only what we know. But how we know what we know I'm Fraser Cain publisher of University with me as always Dr Pamela Gay a senior scientists for the Planetary Science Institute and the cosmic if how you doing I'm doing well, how are you doing? Too. Good. Boy I've I've been talking a lot about life on Venus though that's that's my life that is the new. That is the new reality is just talking about life house life. I could be making the life, but the part that I love is the response now that there are some cool missions in the works that people are thinking of to send. I've seen a couple of really great ideas. Now, we've got people have something very specific to look at. So hopefully, we'll be able to follow up in a couple of years with some cool missions to. I hope. So it's the thing that really frustrates me is I know the timescale of going from thinking about a mission to building in sending the Michigan and it's like I want them to go figure this out while I'm alive. But the good thing is the Venus only takes a couple of months to reach. So it's Zaddar or or Mercury, right? Yeah. Mercury's a tough one to get to. But but hopefully, we'll get some answers. We'll get some answers for you everybody. Now. I've got some bad news for you though stars die they do at some point in the next few billion user. So our son is going to start heating up using a ball the fuel in its core, and then eventually die becoming a white dwarf. It'll then slowly cooled down to the background temperature of the universe becoming a black dwarf. Let's learn about this fascinating process. What's the timescale are versed? Why is the Son Dying? I mean we're all dying board and immoral. So the say it add ultimately it's just gonNA run out of energy. So the way that stars shine and support themselves in their core they're undergoing nuclear reactions now, exactly where in the core depends on the stage of evolution. Initially WANNA start turns on it's burning. Hydrogen it's it's going through the Proton Proton process and. All the light that has generated during this fusion because when the particles come together, they release energy as they fuse into something new and that energy pushes out against gravity supporting the outer layers of the star. And eventually, it runs out of fuel in the core. Yeah. So it's eventually going to run out of hydrogen in the core. The star is going to go through different changes in luminosity changes in color changes in size, it's GonNa end up burning hydrogen in a shell. It's GonNa. Underpinning. All sorts of different things are going to change over the life of a star and what all happens depends on the mass of the Star Star is big enough. It's actually going to eventually get to the point that it has a heart of iron. and. It turns out that when you China infused two iron atoms together, they sure you can do it but you have to give us the energy to do it right? No free lunch more no free lunch anymore and Since. These heavier elements doesn't release energy. The Star doesn't have anything to push back against fight with gravity. Collapses down in this moment that it's no longer producing enough energy, and this is where things get interesting. Now, that's for the that's for the stars that are. That are bigger than our than our sun. Right. But for for that are the mass of of our sun they don't have that. And they just have this quieter cooldown in. and. This is where physics can get interesting because it turns out that stars that are ten solar masses and less. Undergo varying amounts of massless. We're not always sure how much in fact, we're never sure how much mass a star is going to lose. And over its lifetime that ten solar mass star. May End up once it's done bloating off its outermost atmosphere as something only one solar mass and size. It can lose nine tenths of its material. She'll what's the mechanism that's actually causing the material to be lost. So you have two different things that happen. The first is regular everyday solar winds like what we're experiencing with our own sun where the sunlight as it pushes out interactions with the outer magnetic field of the Star you have both things gradually getting carried off all the time and things getting ojected through criminal mass ejections, solar flares. And all of this is carrying particles only atoms, electrons, small bits of matter but still actual matter is getting carried away from the star. And the rate at which the star is able to lose mass through mass loss like this through solar winds. Is Variable over its lifetime and elder stars, and the most massive young stars are the ones that give off the absolute largest amount of map. And so once a star is done blasting off all its mass once it's gone through this process of turning into a red giant and then. Multiple Times. Sometimes, they'll blow it out and then trick back down and blow blowed out and then it's done well and here by done. It's like. I'm just GonNa let my outer atmosphere drift away. Just GonNa Exhale it and this planetary nebula formation. And here it's. Just, a matter of the light that the stars generating at this point. And the size of the star make gravity drainage not quite as strong as it needs to be with his outer layers of the Star I don't know if you saw a piece of research just came out like just a couple of days ago. Now that strollers have been able to essentially tied down the shape of every single planetary nebula based on just the planets and any binary companions that are orbiting the star. So that the different shapes now are yeah. Friendly. Or caused by the variations are caused by the interactions with whatever's orbiting the star. and. They haven't actually gone through an identifier, every planetary Nebula in existence and matched it with their computer models. But what they figured out the variations from having stars in various binary system stars and very solar system configurations and Stars Pretty Much on their own. By tweaking all of these different interactions you're able to create the nearly infinite diversity of shapes including all of the nested shells and things that we see with planetary Nebula. Yeah. Yeah. It's. It's kind of cool though the planets can help make planetary Nebula. Oh Yeah, and this is your standard reminder that the name Planetary Nebula has nothing to do with planets except now it does well fair. The name self however is based on the fact that so many of these Nabulsi. Look like gas giants the ally Bula through a telescope looks like it's a gas. Yep. So then you're the planetary Nebula and you are left with. A star, but it's not like the kind of star that we were familiar with for the entire. Time that we've lived here on the planet. And this is where we have to go back to is it a star? Really? Is it. What is what is the remnant? It's a core it's a dead core it's an amber the basic definition that we have of a star, which is what allows us to say that Brown dwarfs are temporarily stars is you have to have that nuclear fusion going on that is generating energy. With a white dwarf, you have the core of a former star. That is no longer generating energy that is sitting there going to high. I would collapse except for electron degeneracy pressure the the ability of electrons to go to other electrons do not get too close with the polly exclusion principle like this is our Adam this. This is yeah. So essentially, a white dwarf star says, okay electrons align and they line up according to the Pauli exclusion principle and all the allowed states forming as dense and array as they can pushing back against gravity right and we have we've talked about if you have a more massive object, then then gravity can overcome that and fourth the whole thing into a neutron star. But but these were today we're talking about the stars that don't quite make it. Yes. And so with with these leftover cores, they start out with a temperature at the surface of like ten million degrees dating their light in the ultra-violet it's the core of. Stuff for a second because you know when you think about like a star like the sun like the surface temperature of the sun is fifty seven hundred. Calvin. And so that's hot. But that's not millions of degrees hot but. But when the sun the sun has been running this fusion core down in the middle of it, then it blasts off all those outer layers, and now like he's literally the core of the star is now just revealed to space. Yes and and it is millions of degrees hot. And and and the inside of the star is consistently at this ten million. But that surface is it's going to drop down to a hundred and fifty thousand. Kelvin. As. It radiates now here's the thing though is we have a A pretty much solid object. With a very small selfish. This is your standard reminder that a sphere has. A surface that is the minimum surface you can have for the amount of stuff inside of it, which means that it's not the most effective at radiating way heat. Right. So. So so sorry. So it's so it's like because it's got this nice spherical shape because it's holding in its Adams in the tightest possible configuration like a like a bubble, right? Holds in the amount of air that's inside of it. Yet has a really hard time getting that heat out into the. into the universe but if you. took a knife. And sliced open a little took out a little piece of Pie, ten degrees in ten million degree. What would it be but will you be holding if you could just like pull it out of the White Dwarf. Something denser than anything that you can generally. Imagine we we don't have material like this on earth this I you might be able to created in a lab if he spends enough money, but your average person is never going to create something this dance. So that little snippet you pull out from underneath the surface you're looking at like elephants and a teaspoon kind of. Tons for a teaspoon. Yeah. So elephants and a teaspoon scenario. And and you're looking at something unbelievably hot. And you're looking at something. Where the material is arranged so that as it cools, it crystallizes. And this is one of the to me most fascinating things about white dwarfs is they start out as like standard plasma that we're used thinking of our stars as being. As they cool. They solidify into a crystal structure and this affects how they cool. So it was originally thought that we could just very very easily used them. As if you look at a cluster of stars new see white dwarfs at this minimum temperature that is diagnostic of the most massive stars to become white dwarfs have already had a chance to cool to this point. Therefore, this system stars is this age, right? and. We're finding discontinuities we're finding. Weird things we were finding ages that didn't quite match. And as our chemistry quantum mechanics got better, it was realized that energy periodically was getting absorbed into the phase changes. And so it was the phase changes of this crystalline matrix that was. Changing how the star cools over time So. I'm just sort of imagining like if I you know back to that analogy of slice out a little piece of my white dwarf, I pull it out and it's this ten million degree material. Yeah. The the mass of the weight of an elephant in in my teaspoon or on my little cake knife I. chanted. Yeah. Of course of course. No I've I've got my. Neutron. Star. Cake knife, which is even heavier. I quench, it in water. And, it will crystallize. into. What Well, this is the awesome part is white dwarfs are generally either helium or carbon. And crystallized carbon is a diamond. So these are objects that when you're looking at a carbon white dwarf star from the more massive stars to become white dwarfs. You're ending up with a solar mass diamond. Right that to be fair if you tried to stand upon it to put your hand against pretend you were wearing, it would crush you to show surface and destroy you right right that we try to wear one and so at the at the beginning of the hot point, it is just this. Very hot. PLASMA, plasma. But formed into a very tight ball. The electrons are degenerate, which means they're aligned in specific ways, right? So that their spins or correctly. Yeah Yeah. They're marching in perfect order. But the. But then as it cools down. It threes almost crystallize into this shape that it had arranged itself trying to just trying to feed into the smallest possible size. And that is a diamond yes. Because it's made of carbon. Yes. Now. Now, the thing about this to remember is these are. The remainders of a lot of different kinds of starts not all white worse are identical. You can start off with that. We thank ten is order of the top that it could even be larger mass originally formed stars that have undergone massive amounts of mass loss, and so they lived as the hot bright, not the hottest and brightest but hot bright stars hanging out out there. They're gonNA. Form these carbon white dwarfs now at the same time this little tiny red dwarfs out there. Someday far in the future after all the rest of the universe's given up the ghost, they're gonNA finally stop. UNDERGOING NUCLEAR REACTIONS THEY'RE UNDERGOING CONVECTION Your stars eventually going to get used up it's going to become pretty much pure helium. and. When occurs when they can no longer burn anymore for the lowest mass hydrogen burning stars. They're just GONNA kind of slow down shrink down again. These. These stars are very different. They don't undergo all the red giant stuff. They just sort of sit there and go. And I'm done. And shrink down. So so then do you get like a crystal of Helium Yeah Yeah. And the helium just going I'm a noble gas. I don't behave this way right? So there's no crystallisation, the helium. Right right. It's GonNa lock into a structure in the way that say a diamond, the way carbon would, and this is where it gets. So interesting trying to understand the way these things coo over time and to figure out how to accurately use them as what we call cosmic pornographers. To measure the the age of various star clusters we have to go. Okay. So the white dwarfs are probably this mass distribution at this point. Clusters evolution therefore, when we're looking at this band aright, the the coolest ones here are from and you have to take all of this into account. If you see an isolated white dwarf. You can't get its mass because it's isolated it's not in a binary system, right? And so you can't figure out what it's cooling history would be. All you can do is look at it and say, well, that one's ten thousand degrees right and know that it's old right so you can't say okay I know that because it's ten thousand degrees than I know that it died. Fourteen billion years again whatever the for the universe okay. It it got two billion years there. I don't just looking at the temperature like I. Used to think that right that you. You could measure the temperature white dwarf and that would tell you when it died but I know that like we look in A. Globular Star clusters and we see the The you count the number of white dwarf there to tell them. How old the cluster itself is all and this is where it gets so cool with clusters of stars because in a cluster know those ten solar mass stars had to existed they're the ones that will have evolved first. So they're the ones that have been cooling the longest. So when you have a not isolated because it's an cluster versus being in a binary two different ways to be isolated. If you have a white dwarf in a cluster of stars. You can look at this ripe of all the different temperatures that white dwarfs comment. You know the ones that are still hot. Those are from smaller stars that took longer. To. Write exhale their atmosphere palm you look at the coldest and you go those those are from the most massive stars did it very quickly and so this is a trickster away to go mass. It's just what he see one hanging out itself that you can't do much with right. It's only when you have them in a that you can actually use them as a as a diagnostic tools like this. Yes. So then let's sort of rule, the clock forward I mean, what is the coolest like how cool have white dwarf gotten this far into the universe We're still seeing them in the tens of thousands degrees. For the most part they do occasionally get down to like four, thousand, Kelvin six Kelvin. But for the most part we're looking at objects that are roughly earth sized that are roughly. Point six, two point eight solar masses. And, they're hot. Hanging out in the centers planetary nebulous being a source of light to illuminate this planetary Nebula is that we're looking at. But that's GONNA change over time, and this is where white doors when I discovered really kind of broke the brains of the researchers that we're looking at them and it was pickering at Harvard College Observatory, that's got people to take spectra of these dwarf companions of a myriad of different binary systems and realize that something weird is going on because they saw red red dwarf, Red Dwarf, what is this because it was known that it had to be small? It was Super Faint Small Surface Area But then the color was that of an Ace star something that should be massive right so they realized there had to be something new and these discoveries predated chander sake are figuring out what a white dwarf should be just from doing the maths which he did while sailing from India to graduate. School. So you got the Nobel Prize for that what did you do on your vacation? He got a Nobel Prize. Yeah I. Yeah. I can tell you what I did. I did not get a Nobel prize for other people did but I did not okay all. The just looked it up. The coolest way towards that we know about is about three. Thousand. Kelvin. So. We're finding them down at the thousands. Average one is going to be tens of thousands of degrees, right? Yeah. This one's probably eleven billion years old. Yeah. So it's had a chance to cool. And to astronomers were able to I. Love Idea right that they find something. Super Weird. They find this star that is as bright has the color of a of the hottest most powerful stars out there but clearly is teeny teeny tiny. and. says. Hey. Here's a way a star could form that does that. And one of the things that Chandrasekhar did in beautifully clean math, and if you go through enough used bookstores, you can find a Chandra acres. Penguin House published book. and. What he'd been looking at is the dichotomy between gravitational pressure pushing in and light pressure pushing out and what happens at different phases in in. A star where you don't have enough light pressure pushing out and that's where you start to get at these white dwarfs and the famous Chandrasekhar limit where if you put too much mass on a white dwarf, the electrons go I can't man I. To boom. Yeah, and electrons and protons they're associated with come together. There's tremendous release of energy neutrinos, other stuff and what's left behind is a neutron degenerate gas neutron star. So. So we've got to sort of like two sides to this right from. The beginning the we've got the concept, the theoretical idea of the Black Dwarf. So what what is that? A black door is basically an object that is cold. It is tiny is the black ember of our universe. It is something you might only be able to see in the red initially, but given the fullness of time and luck avoiding black holes. Our universes can be littered with these extraordinarily dense objects that will eventually cool down to the background temperature of our universe. And this also is provided. The protons don't actually decay, which is a concern we have. But given no proton decay given the fullness of time and not getting eaten up by a black hole. Our Universe is going to be littered with. Crystallized, no longer radiating temperature on their own. blobs of helium and carbon, and that's kind of fantastical to imagine something like ninety five percent of stars are thought to eventually evolve into these white towards that can become black dwarfs right and so I'm I'm looking at some numbers here like like trillions of years, Quadrille `lions of years in some people are talking to tend to the power of twenty five. This is where I like to just say in the fullness of time the law escape from other problems. In the far far far future. And so I'm sort of imagined trying to wrap my head around that future you've got. Mo All the stars that have ever lived the didn't explode a SUPERNOVA and didn't gather material cooled. From from Red Dwarfs to stars even flirts than our sun turned into some flavor of a white dwarf and then cooled down to become. The background temperature there giant marbles thereafter state. Yeah. Their crystalline version of whatever. They would become diamonds. Solid block of of of helium. Other. Potentially elements. Some thin atmosphere maybe surrounding them. N N White Dwarfs they because they come in so many different masses they do have weird different behaviors. Some the lowest mouse white dwarfs will as they're working on claps and down under gravity their outer atmospheres like wait I'm still going to try and use more burning here. Wait trying to do fusion. And they also have this neat way of you can see the imprint of things chemically that goes splat on them on their surface later. So there there's been a white dwarf discovered that appears to have consumed a rocky world that lost its atmosphere during the stars red giant face. When you see one of these because it's supposed to be just the pure core of a star, you don't expect any heavy elements. Those would have sunk the very center, and so we're looking at the outer part of that core there should not be stuff in things by which I mean heavy metals on the outside of a core star. And so we can see well that white dwarf eight, it's solar system and that's just kind of cool. Yeah. That's amazing that that could be seen you can. You can see the imprint, the bug, the bug splatter of the planets as they fell one by one onto the surface of the white dwarf, and in fact, we don't have a lot of time but I know that a plan has recently been discovered orbiting white. Yes and this gives us some hope for own solar system. We understand that are particular future involves the sun bloating out eating mercury Venus. Probably matter we think it'll lose enough mass that we're fine apparently filled just posted bet astronomy today that apparently the son will eat the earth. So okay that's the science today as of of September Twenty Fifth Twenty Twenty Assembly th youth but as of yesterday we were still good it. that. It was deck. The other way we don't fully now anyways some number of inner worlds will be eaten. Jupiter. And Saturn should be fine and as the Sun puffs off its outer atmosphere, this is going to create all sorts of weird physics. It's going to potentially create a situation where the outer planets can migrate inwards. It's going to potentially blow off blast off the outer layers of these planets. And we don't fully understand what's going to happen. 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Antonia Williams Gary -- Reclaimed

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Antonia Williams Gary -- Reclaimed

"Hello. And welcome to women in business where we interview entrepreneurs and senior managers and show you the straits successes obstacles and roadblocks women experience in business since I believe every person in business needs to be visible. I'd like to invite you to watch WWW dot SOB six. That's the number six tips dot com, which will give you some valuable information. Should you get the call to be on radio or TV which I think is extremely important if you'd like to contact me personally drop me a line at Gail Carson. That's G A Y L E Gail Carson thirteen at gmaiLcom or go to my website, WWW dot spunky old brawd dot com and sign up for my weekly newsletter. Welcome everybody. This is the women and business show, and my guest today is one of the authors from the Miami International book fair, which you know, that we're spotlighting all month on the station and her name is Antonia Williams. Gary and her story is the memoir of Antonia an affluent, well, educated African African American woman who struggled in silence from decades of emotional expe- abuse, while maintaining a high profile public marriage. It exposes the ugly truth about being trapped in a defeating cycle under husbands power and control and how she reclaimed her personal power. Welcome antonia. Thank you, so nice to be here with you today. Well, you know, it's interesting as I was reading this description. I was thinking how many women are still trapped in a defeating cycle under their husbands our and control. So what has changed for you since you did? Reclaim your personal power. What has changed in your life? I am. Absolutely happy joyous. And on my relationship with my children is paired healthy. I've got seven grandchildren who have never seen their grandma me cry or suffer or shrink in any way. And so it's a completely different life. I've feel I can just sing my song and continue dancing on top of the table. So how long do you think it took you if you really started to calculate to walk into this new power of yours? It really did take about twenty plus years while I was still in the marriage. I began to use it a pupil alcohol, and that part of the story of this is not a story of recovery. It's just part of that story. So that took quite a bit of time before I went into recovery and just for the record. I have not had alcohol but seventeen years, and it was all of that period of time from nineteen ninety one. Plus that it took me to heal to figure out what it was to give it a definition to recognize except. We lost her. We lost her. Okay. I guess gonna try to call her back. Still on the call. Wow. But I don't know if not. Oh, my longest when we lost. You. We lost. You are you on a cellphone? I am. Yeah. We lost you Antonio. So I'm going to ask the lions go again. Okay. I I don't even remember what I asked you because I got so involved in your story. It was how yet it was how how long does it take to reclaim become reclaimed. So Antonia how long did it take for you to actually get into your own personal power? It takes it took at least twenty plus years as part of the story of my reclamation. There was a period of time where I was using an abusing alcohol so there was a period of recovery. I have not had anything to drink alcoholic in seventeen years. So that was part of the process, and then I started writing the book about six years ago. So my divorce was in ninety four and so do the math. It's twenty five is a substantial amount of time. So that's correct. When you say that you were trapped in a defeating cycle. What kinds of things were done to you that you felt you were there, and you couldn't escape it. By the time. I recognize that I was in a committed relationship that was not serving me. Well, I did not yet. No. I was in an abusive relationship. I didn't have that language. I was very committed. We were married for sixteen years when my ex husband was appointed city manager by that time, I have a child I made certain commitments to marriage. It was very high profile. I've benefited greatly from being involved with him and his position, and I did have a grin and bear it kind of attitude, and it's like crabbing boiled, I just got used to the hot water until I was numb. So I have my own reasons. The staying a lot of it was just ego driven. You know, how how would I be able to live down the shame. How would I be able to save my faith? And so I had those issues going on also. And I didn't I did not know I was being abused. I I didn't hear that from any. One or recognize any of those symptoms because I never had background in that until after I was actually divorced. Isn't that interesting that the language is much different than what it was back? Then even though I mean, the nineties is not you know, prehistoric, so it's not that far away. But it was not not that we just didn't talk about those kinds of things. And so do you think that? The it was more a psychological. I mean was it physical abuse or was it psychological abuse or that was never any never any physical abuse. I just want to get that out there. Real quick. He never touched me. He didn't have to emotional at once intimidation. Coercion put-downs, lots and lots of bad language, use name calling. I gave up a lot of my power and inequity essence to what I thought she should be used. You know, I am. I am an African American woman at one point I felt that it was my job to raise him up because society put him down, and I bought into that false narrative. Thinking that my place was by man because after all I had a man who was very good breadwinner and took care of the bills, and that kind of things I got a lot of false messages from society and the community that I was in. So they were lots of reasons to keep me in place. Well, isn't the Tammy Wynette net that sang I stand by my man or something? And you know, you know, if you don't know any better you seeing what you're supposed to do. And again, I think a lot of this comes from how we were raised and what our expectations were. I remember even though my mom really never worked. I mean, she worked when my sister went to college, and then she stopped working when I finished college because she was held me out. But my mom was not an educated woman. I mean, she educated herself always said to my sister. And I you girls must get an education, and you must be able to support yourself, and you cannot depend on any man. And this was a woman who was in a very happy marriage. Very happy with my dad, you know, but cheat that's what she said to us and both of us learned that lesson. Well, and you know, again, I think a lot of it comes from from upbringing and what you were surrounded with. And again, what ninety said was your place. So how this affect your your child or children? When are they have their own stories to tell and I'm not going to speak for them. But we they did grow up with me. And they watched how I coped and part of what I did was go to charity so seeking outside. Help has always been a part of that environment that they grew up in and I hope that they have availed themselves of it. In the meantime, they tell me that their childhood was stressed as one quote in the book where my oldest son says that he was always a nervous child that you'd never knew what his dad was going to do. And I recall some of the incidents that I wish I could have prevented or put myself in front of their dad. He never hits them of use them in any way. But this temple was notorious and a couple of other incidents that I know were hurtful to them. But they're now adults they have their own children. And I'm hoping that they took some positive lessons from watching. Me and and seeking outside help when they need it. But you know, I wanted to just come in a little bit about how I was raised. I was raised with the mantra be somebody. And if you marry marry someone who can take care of you, and I pretty much did that I mean, I had my own standing at my own power and authority and titles and positions. But none of that prevented me from getting caught up in this trap. Well, you know, it's it's very difficult. I think there are very a lot of high profile men today who have wives who are. Well. In fact, there's a new movie out, right? Call the wife and yet. I thought I did you what did you feel when you saw? I haven't seen it because it's not been playing where I could get to it. But what did you? Well, I tell stories in this book about how in the early days of my marriage. I was the one that my husband will put out into the public face. Because at the time we will live at back in Miami. He thought himself as a black man who was being imposed on society, and I've gone to so-called white schools, and he said, I talked to white. So he would push me out in front to do some negotiating and be the spokesperson for the family. And then when he went to grad school, I would write his papers, and that kind of thing, so I was very much the woman behind the man in many respects, and I enjoy that. I thought that was pretty cool until it turned around and didn't serve me. So well, there's a lot of posturing and being the man on top and being in charge kind of stuff that went on that. Put me down in many respects. I wasn't prepared for. I always thought that I was equally yoked, but he treated me as a lesser, Dan. So a lot of imbalance. We, you know, I it's interesting because I think that's although this is hard to believe when you're going through it, really. That's his issue. Not your issue. In other words, it's because he doesn't believe in himself enough or he doesn't feel secure enough or he doesn't feel equal enough. And even though he may have gone through a lot growing up still he had a very powerful position. And he would not have had that position. If people did nothing he was qualified. So there was no real reason except in his own mind, why he would feel lesser than and perhaps, you know, the person like that only gets their satisfaction by putting everybody else down. And I'm sure he did this with. He worked with so. Oh, my God owes. Yes. I used to laugh and joke and say, oh my God. Thank god. I don't have to work for him. Because I actually so many of the look bottom line. He was a bully. He was a bully and sometimes that served him well in the office position within the things he had to do in Miami during the eighties when there was just all kinds of turmoil. Why it's refugees and general mayhem and being black and middle of the changing society north from a white power structure to predominantly Cuban power structure. There was just all kinds of stuff going on. He had to be Spong. He had to be powerful. But he brought that home and it didn't always play there. Well, but it started long before. Then by the time, you became c manager. I was kind of numb to it. All. Well, it's true. I mean, you know, it's it's it's hard to to leave these two separate lives. That's why some of the best of the best leaders that we have are people who are balanced on all ends of the scale. I mean, they're near balancing their home life in their work life, you know, in everything that they do. So what what are you doing now? And Tony what is it that occupies your day? Well, I am a writer. I do have an opinion column that's published every two three weeks in the south thought at times. I am writing to additional books. They're like twins trying to get out one is I think I wanna love it. One is one is a prequel to this memoir. I'm writing my mother's family's immigrant story from people came over from the Bahamas for economic games. And there's classism cast color ISM all kinds of stuff going on in Miami in the nineteen twenties. So I'm writing that story. And I'm writing a little piece of fiction that I'm having a lot of fun with. And I work part time part time just keep me. Busy, and I travel and hug, my grandchildren. That's terrific. That's terrific. Yeah. So so are you living in? New York cooker thinks I'm in Dallas, Texas. So how did you get to Dallas? I went there to finish writing the book. I was struggling with finding the time and energy should finish it in Miami. Where I would know very actively involved had a very mild lead social life and was working fulltime and just didn't have the time to finish it, and I felt compelled to finish it my sons were in Khartoum to finish it. So I had to go to someplace quieter where no one knew my name. I have a son who I have a son who has been living in the Dallas area. But almost twenty years now. So it was a logical choice Bula, that's fabulous kids. So so another thing I want to talk about because it might help people who are listening to this. You know, you said that you started to drink, and you went into Gaullism, and I find that there are a lot of people who think that alcohol will will solve their issue or dulls area issue, whichever. And then find you know, it's a slippery slope. And that you know, they really have to take hold of that. So what what allowed you to slip into it. And then how did you find the courage to get out of it? Well, slipping into it is a great description because it was over a period of time going from social drinking to crossing the line, and that was cumulative and built up over many many years, and it was only when I found that I wasn't able to manage my life on a day-to-day basis hold the position of with authority that I have been hired to and continue to being a good mother. So all of those things beginning with slip, and I read I had the grace and the gift of recognition that I needed some help. And so I got that help back in two thousand one. And it I stuck in stuck with me being so bad. Well, I'll tell you that really does it takes a lot of courage do that. And that's I think that's fantastic. And when we go back over this this cycle of what you went through. Do you sing yet? This is more in the African American community or do you think it's equal across the board? Well, my experience can only be based on my personal experience. When I know for sure is that this affects everyone men in power and who exercise control and abuse people under them, whether it's in the workplace or their children or their spouses or their their intimate partners. I think it's epidemic. The metoo movement is now out in the public arena, and people are talking about it, more and more. But in my community at the time, it's hidden, and it was quite in a silo. A lot of reasons I still think it's pretty hidden me after American community. We're very conservative community. We go to church and be consult with one another. We don't necessarily go to psychotherapists or we don't come out with some of these issues and one of the reasons I wrote the book to give it a face and let people know it happens. It happened to be one of lease like the candidates. It's just on the surface of just look at me. But that it can happen to anyone. It's and hidden in our community. We don't talk about it. Yes. Well, that's true. I was I was watching the view the other day. And I don't know. I think it was Cheryl that said, yeah, we don't talk to anybody about about anything everything is within the community. Everything is we ourselves. And she said that's not good. You know, we need to get out there and let other people know what we're going through. But you also talk about now living, we call it. I experienced free living. What does that mean to you? What does that mean to you? Well, I don't have any high expectations of other people about my regard. So I don't people, please. I don't look or permission. I don't want to get praise from others. I'm pretty. Well, contained within myself. I know who I am. I know what I'm capable of. I'm pretty well accepting of myself and have let go of all of the external expectations of people pleasing and looking for outside allegation, which I was so caught up in for so long over so many years from being from childhood on. And so that that has freed me absolutely freaked me, and I start with just accepting myself and loving myself and behaving with the grace of a woman. Yep. Absolutely. So do you think that comes with age? Do you think that comes with experience using that comes with the shock of having to go through something like you did and then changing things so dramatically where do you think the ability to say, you know, you can think whatever you wanna think, but it's not? Important to me. I know who I am. I know how I am. And you know, I mean, it takes a certain takes us certain personality to do that. Well, in my case, it's very intentional. I just made up my mind, and I was going to be positive happy free and joyous and all those other things that come with it. But it did take time. It did take experience. We did take the hard knocks of life. I wish that it didn't have to take so long that I didn't have to suffer so much and hopefully someone who reads my book will at a younger age will think. Uh-huh. I don't have to do their I wasn't if I had been given you know, it's like almost like with with the raising a child, we're not giving a manual. I was not given the tools I was in. I didn't have the vocabulary. I would give false information. So I think people who seek who literally actively seek to be happy joyous and free to be independent of thinking to be positive. It's a journey and some of us want more of it others content with where they are. When I think you're right personnel has a lot to do with it. But I think that we are all capable of making our lives better. Whatever that looks like how ever you come by it. But I think it has to be intentional and mine was intentional. Well, you also say you're a Yogi, and I practice yoga are, you know, most of the people that I know who are really really into yoga day had more. They have this aura. I don't have this aura. My Oregon is very, you know, energetic, and let's go and so forth. And so is but the aura of people who are really Yogi are are. It's just peaceful. And it's I mean, there's I can walk into a room. And I know that person is there because I can feel. How is that affected your life? Oh, it's been just so wonderful. I've always been physically active. I was always in the gym or read ifting weights or stretching doing something take one do whatever kickboxing, but the yoga has made a significant difference just in century and being quiet, and it's very active practice, but just quieting my inner self and at the same time, strengthening and toning and getting yoga bootie, which everyone wants which I have thank you very much. But it is a different kind of practice, and it does quiet and does center, and it does make a tremendous difference. And just getting some the day just learning how to breed learning how to prove. And it has has made a big difference. Will you all I love it? I don't know that this is it says you're the top twenty or what is that? Oh, that's that's a crazy lifestyle that I've decided that I live in the twin your is. This is the anti AARP message. Okay. I'm just not looking forward to aging I refuse to be a senior citizen. So the so tween you're somewhere between being a youthful and being a senior. So that's that's just my lifestyle. Monica. I'm a tweet here. And because I practice it. I'm the top twenty. I've just cleared it. I've made it my own. Well, that's wrong word it's your own word because I never thought it's it's not it's not that popular. It's it's out there a little bit kind of sort of creeping into the lexicon. But it's not yet something that people talk about. So I've I've claimed it I'm gonna have to I. I have to tell you that. I am Antonia eighty years old. And I go congratulations at what I still work out every day. I still do does I still speak. I, you know. And so I I agree with you. I'm not I'm not giving to old age. So and, you know, something again, I always say this, I know people who are older twenty. I mean, they're earning up people and not only that, you know, many are younger people are so overweight. And they are they don't move and they're tired all the time and they spend all their time on their phones. And and they don't in fact, they won't even talk to each other. They text each other when each other's company. So, you know, I'm gonna make a twenty year I'm gonna look that thing up, and I'm going to be s that owing the club after. So what I told my children. Go ahead. Now, I was gonna say I was going to just ask you what what else was in your book that that, you know, we haven't mentioned, you know. Well, when I wanted to the listeners to understand about this book is that I talk about the cycle of power and control and being motion. Abused by my husband who was up. Really, I talk about the fact that I did enjoy some benefits from being married to the sky. It's not all on him, my own up to all of my shortcomings and my way of thinking which kept any trapped because it took a while for me to just literally break out of that. And and once I once I was forty to choose a different lifestyle. I talk a little bit about my background is a child growing up. It was wonderful. And I also talking about Miami at the place because it has significant impact on how I behaved in the world. But I talked about some very serious matters. To in words, Madam. Words matter and there's a chapter in the book, it's in book three it's called a nigger and training from really hard hard lessons that I had to learn about what it means to be napkin American insert society's being treated certain ways. So it's it's a book about becoming literally becoming growing from a pretty idyllic childhood to a not so bad early life, and then falling into a trap and getting out of it. So I really want the leaders understand that there's a lot here. And at the end of the day, I have been reclaimed and life is wonderful. So are are you going to be at the book fair? I am I've actually gotten a date and time now Sunday when is Sunday November eighteenth at four thirty pm. Okay. Member eighteenth at four thirty. PM folks look for Antonio there. I wanna thank you so much for being with us Antonia. My guest has been Antonia Williams. Gary her book is reclaimed, and I wanna thank you so much for being a guest and so forth right with everything you've told us, and I'm on my way to being a twenty. Thank you so much Dr from Gail, it's been wonderful. And I look forward to meeting you in Miami. Well, thank you so much. Thanks for listening to women in business. I hope you enjoy today's show. And if you have any suggestions as to who you like to have as a guest just Email me at Gail Carson thirteen at g mail dot com. Be sure to check out WWW dot SO v. Six tips dot com. And in the meantime, go to WWW dot spunky old brawd dot com to see the resources. I have for you.

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Excluded from an inclusion conference

RNZ: The Detail

19:57 min | 1 year ago

Excluded from an inclusion conference

"Life only ten percent of the characters who were politicians onscreen where female so in other words however abysmal the numbers this is the detail I'm Sharon Brit Kelly despite women holding twenty one percent elected offices around the world and and some of them were saying it's just too expensive for them to be here yes and this was a conference organized by the New Zealand Film Commission and Women in Film and Television Thelma Thelma and Louise Fame but when I saw the title the power of inclusion I rolled my eyes but I win it to know disabled people get to know who we are in a complex way in a deep way and bring us on Tim nation that's hey we're doing you guys a favor and the nature of the favorites like well now I owe you something she's only nineteen and saw eloquent so anyway we went down there and the prime minister the stage at nine am built to entertain pocket people and Kathy they were pretty powerful though direct they were open and honest I was on the one of the headliners and I know her from shows like blackish and Greenwich and to be honest instagram and she's so organizations and institutions are constantly trying to leverage away from us our cultural capital and exchange for platforms that mostly don't just invite us. Ns people have been saying but allow us to build the house we just seem to be operating time no we've heard that cliche that diversity is inviting someone to your party and inclusion is asking him to dance but my problem with metaphors that by asking someone to dance you still and and they called in some big shots Jayna Davis Nikki Caro Magda Jovanovski but actually the ones who really stood out for me the people in this room I kind of sick of the woods either see inclusion representation because I feel like they don't mean that much anymore unless it's meaningful action behind him with our associate producer k. k. Massalani what did you think well I was really excited to go because I saw that Yara Shahidi cool like I like it yes but inclusion still implying that the person who's doing the including has all the power of the complete side or something you should be high five four something that we genuinely have to take in as a mission statement to admit I'd never heard of until Lynn control over the situation there including you out of their own graciousness and kindness it's in degree it becomes tokenistic inclusion were those young up and coming artists they weren't afraid to tell the truth about what it's like working in the industry here we concept of inclusively remember my first year as a member parliament in peg tyre remember once going to an event alongside a group of colleagues who would be feta say had been in the profession even I had not long walked into this large meeting room and stood at Mike see other impey's when the meeting organizer came over and asked me how my Bula so I was just excited to see what she had to say. The power of inclusion is the essential nature of inclusion inclusion is no longer something that you can add onto our a how mum decolonize the screen and one of the things that really struck me about what he was saying was the thousands that he had to pay for his own hold power is the host you determine the music the venue the context in the rose and you can always check out if they don't adhere to your roles the only reason why Baiocco Leagues at tea and whether or not I could help prepare it and by the end of the day I was bowled over national figure she found her audiences amongst other indigenous communities overseas so when I was making the film I knew I wanted to continue Asian so purchasing the rights for something for international rights immediately bumps up the tier of pricing in terms of clearing and paying for licensing fees because a lot of her work was done in collaboration with Television New Zealand or with other films because of her era the rights hauling situation is put up between different people so to use my mum's own work I have to pay other people eighties and at that time there's not too many photo albums of my family so the various cameos of my older siblings and her films are like my photo album heard of his dead director Geoff Murphy and you might have heard of his mother Murata Mitha the filmmakers and activists hippies made a film about her called Murata Burnley I wanted to talk to him more about this so we stepped outside of conference found a quiet space and got tour you spoke about another person like a couple of hundred dollars every time you wanted to do that when you into this industry did you feel like you had a space they appear in all of their films so use images of them no children yet I was four thousand dollars that's personal for me say you have diversity and inclusion is because the power holders have granted it to you you know that's not sovereignty that's not but at my mother's son I was outraged I couldn't believe I had to pay thousands of dollars for my mother's own work for my mother's own words for my mother's own image to empower it however I think the conversations moved on beyond inclusion Hippie Mitte or happy you've probably Jason vs in order to clear the rights to use those clips was far greater than what my budget could afford as a filmmaker this is a challenge and funding streams to promote inclusivity and I can take advantage of those so I've never felt like an outsider this wasn't just limited to and television this was across the board in all of my mom's from Griffey my mom was a documentarian in the his homework and sometimes these expenses crippling actually like I would say the majority one I started on my early twenties I've got no kids I've got opportunities and his policies in the film commission thirty of our Budget Win to clearing licensing fees filmmaker that's challenging for me as my mother son it's seems absurd like it's you know those physical violence being dished out to those who are standing up for the rights of minority groups today it's not like that it's not as confrontational you know now it's almost like a battle between different PR agencies and so they have good thing to deal with prejudice and you know it makes me realize like okay I am so privileged because my mother's time on

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Announcing First Merch Drop

Full Belly Laughs Podcast

48:08 min | 3 weeks ago

Announcing First Merch Drop

"Hello and welcome to win. Food meets funny. This is the full labs podcast and we have a very special announcement episode for you might be clear from the episode title but we got merge baby. Oh yea we're until you all that has been a long time in the making. Let's hear that django. You want to have a great time you to while you don. Nfl belly laughs Alrighty friends thank you once again for listening to the full bales podcast. It does mean a lot to me that there are people out there that enjoyed the show. And then i make their days better. I'm going to try and bring a smile to your face. Hopefully a few chuckles or to you never know with me. Hopefully hopefully chuckles. You know what i mean. Brian why would someone turn into a comedy podcast. If they weren't going to smile and chuckled. Like i'm not really sure. What's the purpose of your intro. Right now you know what i'm saying. Great point vow. I would like to explain myself. I don't know what i'm doing to to repair. Yeah well you know. I have to get. Selfish self-assured jeez. I wish there was something i could be. Maybe someday anyway. I am not self-assured on trying to say. Because i have something very exciting to talk to you about and a break away from our new format to let you know about the merch now. Why am i doing that. I'm gonna keep talking that way. That mean voice in my head doesn't take over again because it's stinky mike question ryan bell. I'm going to get to it okay. Good 'cause you know. I am here okay. Yes so to valid concern. If you're new to the podcast welcome. I'm very i'll say titillated that you are still listening. So this is a weird episode from the jump for sure. You know what i mean. We have a lot of characters in studio right now. Able okay. we're you wearing a diaper file Okay can you get a vowel to help you with that though. It really helped me. I'm like are you serious right now. I just wanted to answer to like wire certain. Podcasts like a lunatic and now got change some toddlers who be on the pants because they didn't get train. Okay okay i see out is now. I see how it is. Good luck kinloch. Mean voice in my head. Let's let's let's chaffeur sack. Let's chat with chat. You know that this is an improvised pockets. One take show. I just go live and go with the flow. The characters come in. It's like tnt there. Welcome just like you. You wouldn't be here if it weren't for me. Isn't that true interesting. Like what mean voice had what else do exist for coal per new pope. Oops or two more question a really you were going to go. To your brother's christine. Why didn't you could you speak to park us. Trip more promote one schmaltz work. Houston yeah. i'm so but I'm sure that's exactly what your brother thought to about. You not going to the christening or a talk from central arkansas. More questions from our. That's a good point. I hate giving you good points. Because you are the voice in my head and that just fuels you pro-woman's to fail when he was ooh interesting comparison because You know all that unlimited power but Pity living space in that lamp jewish new. Well my brain is not that big buddy. That's why sometimes around the show. Birth to all right. Go thing about that. Val is cleaning up a dookie. Booty on i all age too. And i'm now here to tell you about the full last podcasts. Thank you for hanging out throughout his interruptions and there was a bit much. But i did sprinkle in some truth. There is an improvised podcast. Just hit record and we just fly high here. I just take some pauses to drink some water dropping some music later but that's pretty much all we're doing on this episode. We're not doing what we normally do. We normally do is rubber view. A company's website has something to do with food they sell food in some capacity will try food on the show compare food items against each other will list off our favorites of some type of category of food. And then we play games. You know and So it's kind of like a dinner. Party needs game night and stuff. And we're still going to do. The games don't work. we always do the games. But we're gonna you know we're gonna fast on the food for hot second here on this week's episode because we have big big news. The podcast cast has been around for several years now. I think five almost a month shy of five. Wow that's really old and we we. I'm using the royal we. It's just me brander can hear that i. i'm. I'm every hat at the full belly. Laugh enterprises i finally built merch i finally found fulfillment company i find. We built a website to put it on. And all this jazz excited to share it with you. Because if you're a fan of the pike cast if you like all the roller coasters through learning about me. If i make you laugh with our silly discussions about food all characters that come through all the fake commercials that i've made a logical fallacy stuff. The games whatever. Then you can now support me With some merch. And then also where you were fandom a full by less and it's very very very exciting so exciting that engines gain read outside as i speak possibly ruining the sentences that i say. Thank you Steve i address that already. I did not need another interruption of any and cool will. What's up dude. Steve's you get some more memory in your noggin. I i mean affirmative. Yes i still. Earning marines honor. Nice nice about john connor. You bro teach you some sick ass phrases. You need to tell people what's good at not much full. How are you living at our for entrepreneurs that's insightful. You should keep stunning about how to pretend to be lugging human offer now saving. You can't do both in the same time. I ask alan sick. Let us know if you find an answer on an sick you did end up watching. The teenage mutant ninja turtles animated series. As i had requested fryer to the recording of this. Podcast i washed. And why did you say definitely right there. It's not really a robot thing. Say did you actually watch them. All steve all right cool question ryan shoot. Go forward steve. I since owning the scene okay. It was a weird At the end there steve. But i know you're nervous Well tell me about lie. The told a human example recently launched every innocent teenage turtles animated series on okay. Yeah you're very good dude. I heard but you. You told me all i thought i get a robot to wash them so mean voice in my head you found the answer to the inquiry i had had you go do burke on ole okay. Well that is fair. He he didn't need the show up to me in that moment of despair but not surprised. Goose chases still while in for him. Steve yeah you're great lion. Do you completely You completely got me hurt. My feelings do. That's not cool. Yes mean voice he hurt. My feelings is something else that you need the from. Now you're good go think about jaffar. Some more men earn something else. You know what steve i think. I'm going to sam good. You can go back to your host. And i would encourage you to like not hurt me. You know what. I mean andrea. Yobe did your lie out give waiting. I'll be waiting now now. Now you laura never think last breath of robot is gonna be weird like that. If i i i thought it was gonna facts but for those listening because there isn't any video the lights on steve or out. He who that metaphor works perfectly for robots to. Yeah he's i think he's short certain himself on the fact that he broke his own code of not trying to hurt me. But i don't know. I mean i didn't want him to shut down that sucks. I like have and steve around alma gonna know when people drive really fast down the roadsides hearing them with my own ears Hopefully we get a new steve. Someday we might get one next week. I'll send him to the steve shop. Maybe get a steve point to point out next. Time hearts hearts hearts and chat for dev- r.i.p steve. You'll be back next week robots die. they're like legends. According to the mythology of sandlot the movie anyway full by laughs did explain. What the podcast is. That's right we're talking about merch yet. There's four really cool items. The y'all can get and the website that created is called gachi gasm dot com. If you explore it. It'll be like hey football last partner kaci gezim. It's it's all knee. It was just easier to create like a merch website than to add everything that comes with Having like an online point of sale and stuff and adding it to the full by labs sleep. So i kinda just created my own online store and i also did that because i wanted to sell other things that were related to content creation and streaming since other fun fact the very first stream of full by laps. Is this wednesday january. Six twenty twenty one get after it. That is literally tomorrow. If you are listening to this day it came out because it comes out on one five twenty twenty one now. I sent six pm. Because i'm in los angeles you're gonna have to do some math with time zones on east coast. It's not pm central. Apm mountain seven pm. Well we count down to pacific six. Pm you live anywhere else. I can't name mall do. There's a lot of time zones google's your friend but please be there. It should be some jack party games. I got three great guest lineup and fans of the podcasts. Such as yourself anyone. That's watching is welcome to get in on the games here. The vote for favored answers or to actually play along with us. It should be a blast. So i'm really looking forward to y'all hanging out with me. Partying it up on the very first stream ever should be really really really cool so hype for it and i hope you are hype for two. So yeah i mean i've gotten into streaming obviously i'm gonna start streaming for full laughs and i have gotten really into twitch and just streaming culture and the vernacular and everything. So that's why. I created gotcha gazza dot com and just wanted to sell other apparel. That was related to streaming. But i carved out a portion of that website for merch specific by lapse. there are four items. There is a nice franck face pillow where it's just franc's face on a pillow if you're not familiar with franck. He is the logo for by lapse. That like that like happy. Go lucky drama face and it's whiteface on black pillow is very nice You will see on stream if you check out on the stream. I have one here on my home on my home in my home and it is on the couch behind me so you can see it on the stream. Check out the stream. There is also a full last hoodie. It's got franck kind of in like the over your heart area and it's zip up. Hoodie on the backs full laughs. That is a banger. I believe i have everything in stock. I know prior to launching the site. There is stock issues because of the holidays by think. Everything's back if there isn't just let me know and i'll double check. I might have to lake. Click something behind the scenes to activate activated again or something. But that's the only thing you might have trouble with sizes but just let me know so. There's a franck hoodie. There's a front face pillow then. Of course i had to get some caps for all y'all in nation fu bula. We got the foo bula. Trucker hat is black and white says food on it and the signature full by last font So that's pretty dope as well for myself and I will be wearing it on stream. And if i'm not wearing on stream the pillow will be wearing a behind me. So be on camera. You wanna see it for real z's besides the stock photo this on the website and then we got the t shirt goofing grubbing gaming in our like spray paint fly and all three colors for filet alaso very exciting. I feel like all of the gear is pretty reasonably priced end. It's going to be priced even better because here you go if you use the code f. b. l. merch drop this week because you listened to this episode. You get twenty five percent off have to use it this week okay. That code will expire. Can't combine it with any other offers. That happened to me on the site because there will be some other offers in the future. But they won't be as good as that. In general there might be like discounts on the emote hats and stuff like ten percent. whatever but You are loyal listener. You made it through me messing. Arou- thelma characters. And you're listening to the podcast. Right now on a merch episode title had to do with merch had nothing to do foods that means. You're a true fan. You care about the news. Care about getting gear. And i wanna reward you and just cut out. You know some of the dollars that would make on the stuff just because i want you to have this stuff. You're real fan. You know what i mean. i i would love to give it to you free on. Fortunately too much free stuff for too long. If you haven't taken a gander yet you can go to full by laughs dot com slash balanced hyphen sheet. And it's actually a web page created on the site. Let you know how much money. I've spent historically auto by laughs as well as monthly. And it's a lot to put things in perspective. I made this web page. Two years ago and i had already spent five thousand six hundred and thirty seven dollars audibly laughs and it had never made a dime up into that point. We dig it donations this year. So thank you so much to the few people that did donate. It does really help but the donations have not cleared the monthly expenses. You know like. I used dobie creative suite to record this show and to make the thumbnails. I'm going to be using it for the stream. Of course to like a video and stuff there's web hosting involved there is the business bank account there's hosting the website aren't excuse me hosting the podcast. There is web storage because they have like five years of files and there's a bunch of different expenses related to creating content for full bailiffs. And it kind of comes out to nowadays is a little bit cheaper than it was before. Because i haven't been making money by for so long i would say this pages. Little date might not have to date when you look at it but for all of last year in two thousand and twenty i probably spent like two hundred and twenty five bucks every month Just make things for full by laughs. And the year before that. I probably spent more now. I might have it down to one hundred bucks because a few these services i just had to cancel If you're used to getting emails for me. I had to cancel email service. They're just couldn't afford it. Not enough people were signing up for the emails which is fine. There's no point paying for something that people weren't interested in getting so But yeah if you learn more about how what. Each thing is why i use it and how much it cost. Go full by last dot com slash balance hyphen. She and if you're like whoa. That's a really large bill brian. I can't believe you've spent upwards of seventy eight ten thousand dollars on phobia laughs in the last five years. How much money have you made on fully laughs. I've made maybe five hundred bucks keeping it with a hundred with you right now. Yeah i mean. That's basically what i've gotten in like the one mini sponsorship. We got back in the day. We did a little thing for blue apron like four years ago and we got some donations last year. Which made a big difference. I just reinvested that money to get the vocal processor. Pay the vocal processor that would do. All these funds scenes with the characters that come through and do different stuff So yeah so if you really like upgrades like the vocal processor. Or if you're sitting there being like i love the show by didn't realize how much it was costing bryant and make There's too great ways you can pitch in with some actual pennies. One the merch. So if you wanna hat or shirt or hoodie or pillow all of them are priced at got together dot com at a price. Where like you know. I'm not losing money. I'm not giving away shirts. You know like the For example i'll be totally real issue. The t shirt is twenty eight bucks. It doesn't cost thirty dollars for me to make in shipped to you. You know what i mean. So it's like it's price in a way. Where like i can actually make some money off by last and that includes giving you that discount i talked about at the top. The fbi merch drop. Use that promo code this week. You get twenty five percent off. I just want to you know i. It's it's weird telling y'all about all this stuff and launched all this stuff. Because i love recording the show and i love doing comedy and it means a lot to me that you're listening right now and you get joy at full belly laughs like a brightens your day. You look forward to dropping that means so much to me. Unfortunately making the show is not free and without getting too personal. I have a lot of other major expenses in my life. Some medical release on our student loan related life related. And unfortunately i just can't keep running full by laughs at a full blown loss every month so my hope is that you know. Maybe there's a fan of buys like a piece of merch every month or something and then That just helps reduce that negative number That that would just be gravy for me if you have no need for merger if you don't care about having a full day last t shirt or a hat or whatever you can also get a full day. Last dot com slash. Donate just like literally. Just tiffany if you like the things that i've made you can do one time. You can make it recurring. Whatever you're cool with. And yeah. I mean you know the past year. Everybody's life got worse in some way even if the dingo worst free financially. It's like you can't go the movies anymore. Or whatever even small things you can't see your family is readily or easily right. So i get the most people are not in a position to just give away money. That's another reason. Why launched the merge because at least one get something for you know giving up some loot and yeah if you can't that's cool listening to the show and sharing the show is a big support and honestly the biggest way you can support. If you just are strapped for cash like me the biggest way you can support is watching the livestream on twitch go to twitch that go twitch dot tv slash full of follow channel and just watch the show when we go live. The show will be live every wednesday night in every sunday. We'll figure out exactly what the time slots are but just remember those times wednesday nights and sundays. That's when i'll be doing. My streams and twitch has a really great system on helping content creators get paid they make it easy for you to contribute money. Even make it easy for you to get jeff bezos to give me money for free and it doesn't even cost you anything i know right. That's pretty cool But i only earned those benefits. If i meet like a very minimal threshold of people watching and staying engage and like tuning into the show so i get it. Christmas just happened. New year's is happening. Thanksgiving just happened. Twenty one happened. Most of us are not sitting around now with a ton of extra cash. I get it you know. So there's definitely noble causes to donate to then me and my comedy stuff so you know if you want to donate to your church and said if away last i get it. That's that's probably the correct move if you would like the by a t shirt maybe you don't have twenty eight bucks for a t shirt or maybe you don't have twenty whatever dollars of this after that discount code if the merch drop this week only for twenty five percent off then just watch the street. Watching the stream is huge. Because it unlocks my benefits for me to get free money from jeff bezos from you just washing and people click on streams that got people watch it. You know what i mean. Most people don't like going into an empty bar. People were curious about trying out a bar. If it looks like it's fun inside and people are having fun and that's view counts do for livestreams so even if you can't watch with your full attention just open up the stream and go make dinner. You can even have the stream unit just having the stream of having like a a computer washington. It really really really will help me out big time and that's the best way that you can help me out then literally costs you. Nothing literally just cost you. Clicking the stream open when it's open when it's when it's live and let it play And if you have the time to check out the stream. I think it's going to be really fun. We're gonna be playing games. Like i'm about to play right now and we plan stuff. We could never do on the podcasts. Like box party games which are like fun. Word games like we play on the podcast but there are a video game and anyone can have access to union half as a fan union to own the game to play so if you want to get in on the action i can send you the code during the livestream i can just like broadcast it on the screen and you can get in on the game. We can play together. You can join the call. I can you meet you if you want So chevy superfund. I'm really really safe where it so i know. Last week was like a break from the usual. Take another break from the usual but a lot of stuff was happening behind the scenes. I was getting stream ready for this. Wednesday launched this apparel site. The has you know clothing even outside of laughs Brand and i just wanted to get real with all. I always want to have fun. You know the characters are still here. They didn't go anywhere. You know value still there bryan utah. I what did you feed this kit. Okay 'cause like this kid is called ver. that's enough out. Don't wanna know anymore brian. I i will do this favor. Okay record the podcast right now. And i get that and i don't want the listeners. Not listen okay because this dookie is ridiculous. Okay i'll be talking about that cool. That duty is so bad. It's like affected vows voiced. What did you say about my gosh. What is wrong with it. Nothing at all you actually sound or now you're damn right. I sound great. Nothing makes me sound better than the themes poop all right. I know about that treatment. 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Apps vs Desserts

Full Belly Laughs Podcast

52:29 min | 9 months ago

Apps vs Desserts

"Hello and welcome to when food meets funny. This is the Full Belly Laughs podcast. I'm your host Brian Durkin and on this episode. We got a pretty fun debate. We are designing which one is better appetizers or desserts. That's right the before or the after. Which one are you going with if you have to choose one all that and so much more? Let's just get into the theme music. You want to have a great time to while you dine you before belly laughs all right if this is your first time. Assume soon the show. Hey thanks for checking out at school. The gave us a click. You know things to click on so we appreciate that if you wear a longtime supporter member of the Food Bula Nation. What is up? Welcome to another episode so glad to have you back in the house. Because you know we're GonNa have a good time For those aren't sure how the flow goes on the show. This is what you need to know. We're going to be shout now. Somebody that has supported a full billy lamps. We're GONNA dive into the results of our social media poll on that very topic of appetizers versus desserts. Sprinkle in my thoughts throughout that social media poll discussion and we're GonNa talk about eight logical fallacy at one point another segment. We do here on the show where we try to grow. You know. Just learn ourselves from stuff and we'll dive into one of those. We'll also give you recommendations about another content creator that we think is worth your attention. We'll do recap in this week's food holidays because there's food holidays. Have an all time we love food and you know we love grubbing game and so we gotta get some games on and We'll be playing some party games to close out the episode so with all the way you know. That's all you need to know. We loved the grabbing the goofing the game. And that's what we're about man breaking bread together laughing together. Playing Games together just keeps them. Nefarious FORCES AT BAY keeps us. Stronger helps build that community. You know what I me. Such a word that gets thrown around lab. But we're trying to trying to be real bad here familiar last. So that is what's up and to pay it forward. I WANNA give out a shout out to a comedian and a friend that has been a guest multiple times in the past and just creates great content. I had an awesome podcast project with him. Where we we watched a television show. It's Max Barth everybody. If he didn't guess it already. Yeah he's a great dude. Nice Guy Funny Guy. And he's definitely worth checking out so you can follow him on instagram. His handle is Max C. as in Cat Barth B. A. R. T. H. They'll be links in the show notes and the description cat as the substitute there. Because he's doing a fun little thing right now instagram. Where if you send him a picture of your cat. He will reenact it as himself as your cat. So it's a fun little games and the deal and give them a foul. He's a fun guy and this guy and the project that we worked on together was the California here. We come the C. H. W. C. Podcast that has al incomplete. You can listen to it on soundcloud and it's where me and Max and our other co host Jim Messina and sometimes a guest we Rewatch episodes of the Classic. Tovia show the OC. But that's besides the point. You just want to make sure you follow Max Barth at Maxine Barth on instagram. Let's take a pause to hear some interesting messages. And we'll dive right into that conversation about APPS and desert tired of living in a neighborhood where people aren't the same as you. It sucks that people don't look like you think like you or dance as badly as you sure you can move to another neighborhood but is that really going to solve the problem. Introducing IT neighbors be gone since you can never preserve the type of people in your neighborhood. The best solution is to just have no neighbors. You can be on a rural plot of land. That's laying you deserve. The city neighbors be gone was inspired by former Philadelphia. Mayor Willy be good. He notoriously bombed his own city. And we think that's a great idea proud. Customers of the neighbors be gone. Program saw two thousand percent increase in homefires on their block. But guess what less neighbors? It's time for you to clear a path to happiness so call today a squad first commercial out of the way the announcements the outline for the pine can't if you will Dunn's Oh it is time to jump in to the thick of it really dive into the topic at hand. The title of the be the reason you clicked. Let's just keep dragging out the intro. So you never get there. Now we're talking appetizers versus desert. Which better and why? I put up a facebook poll and Man. We had some fan. Hasta fantastic answers. So this is dive Emmers GonNa Start. Reading off as many as we can. The came through through the SPALL. We'd tons and tons of comments. Thank you to everyone that contributed to this conversation. It was Super Fun to read your comments and go through them and just have a lively discussion on social media. That isn't a bad anything. Too Serious people get upset you know but I guess that was a bit of a false shadowing because who believes there a battle Abreu in later in the comments. We'll get to it. I promise all right without further ado. Let's jump into the first comment here. We got Scott from Lansdale. Pennsylvania up Scott. Thank you for reading in. He says APPs I feel people can get more culinary creative with smaller portions like APPs. Deserts usually just all taste like sugar. Regardless of how creative they are and yeah I see what Scott is. They're you know. Most desserts are inspired as a wet fart. You know apps they can fall into that trap as well you know. If they're big you know like a big plate of nachos boring uninspired not not exciting but you get a dollop of ketchup mustard as an APP. Now we're talk okay. You might just get the key to the city with a choice like that. All right. Small APPS are more creative and they let the world know that you're a creative dude so a feel what Scott saying here and I feel like you are feeling it now. To in case you weren't already on board all right. We got Calvin from Lancaster. Pa WHAT'S UP Kevin. He says APPs if they suck the meal probably will to their great food is likely great. To Calvin I'm picking up. You're putting down. How the APPS are better than desserts because they set the tone the baseline very are starting the banger. Track off right. Because you can't have a Banger. If you don't got sick beat bumping into the beginning before anyone speaks you know you can have your little hook game in like Dj gala gala gala. Could something like that whatever? You're Jonas you but you gotta hit with the beat Ghana. Set the tone. He set the tone with an APP. Not a dessert new. That's the closer you get to the closer if the APPS were where it's at Calvin big on what you're putting down like all right. We got hugh from Glen Mills. Pa WHAT IS UP. Hugh he says. Desserts. People think all desserts are nothing but sugar. That is not always true. There can be lots of desserts that are sweet that contain no sugar. I make a sugarless chocolate cake. That's awesome well you from Glen Mills clearly in the pocket of big dessert. One of the only defenders of desert this entire threat little foreshadowing. Their APPs crushed him. Just GonNa let you go out the gate a lot of APPs lovers in this threat and we're going to be hearing from them but you know so yeah you make some points but considering he's in the pocket of big dessert then you're out to take his response with a grain sprinkles. I'm saying all right all right. Let's go to Mike from lansdowne. Pa What is up Mike. He says he's got a little bit of a dissertation cooking here all right. Let's get into APPS OVER DESSERTS. Appetizers serve dual roles in the course of a meal if paired correctly and appetizer will prepare your palate for the meal. At hand we would present our guests with charcuterie board with cured or salty items to prepare them for a rich fondue. I don't know why Mike Accent Change while I read it continues. Appetizers can also substitute in for meal. If your group is struggling to come to a decision water handful of APPS and the gathering has become a server self buffet. Right at your booth desserts Phil initial sweet rich acidic dishes to add as a nightcap to your meal they can be delicate and beautiful but they are often relegated to the end of the meal and more often than not shipped entirely who. Dang laying down the law Mike from land now. Also shout outs all the people from L. towns in PA L. towns of front so they're really hooked into the food bill the nation. Some feeling that but yeah I mean you know Mike. Raise a lago points things and appetizer can do the do roles you know. It's very versatile. You know versatile like a Tiger Tiger's they got the ability to do different things they're versatile you know they can jump. High Eat. Flesh represent cereals prepare taxes? You know now if you had an appetizer that was tiger. That's peak versatility can't game versus in that the only thing that we've seen with that level of power and versatility would be maybe a starter jacket. You Know I. I can't even come up with another example because I don't think we've ever even experienced it in reality. That would be another plane of existence. You know you have to increase your density or something you know what I mean. Chat nation is talking about on that one. All right. Let'S GIVE. Let's keep it moving. Got Alex Rang Magnolia. New Jersey is up athletics he says I want to say desserts. But let's be honest. You are usually so full by the end of the meal. You Pass on dessert but if you go for it end house off thick piece of chocolate cake. You hate yourself and have the poops for days but apps if they are great taste even better because at the beginning of your meal. You're probably hungry as hell. Alex you are speaking some truth. You know very true and I agree desert. It's too dangerous game. You know you can. You can have a sugar hangover. You know what I mean. It's similar to being like you know what it's sad disappointing that I can't perform you know with the lady. If I've had too many whiskeys but do I regret drinking. This whiskies not yet. Well that's not true. I do. I've stopped drinking for years now but in the moment it was. You know you were choosing that just like you were choosing desserts regardless of what did it take you. So there's truth there is laying down feeling it. Feel it so thank you. Because we got Ryan from West Philadelphia Pennsylvania would is up Ryan. He says appetizers. I'm not much for sweets. Some might say I'm sweet enough as it is. Ooh I like it. You Know Ryan come to us from West Philly. Meisel become too from chocolate factory. I guess since he's so sweet. Probably actually coming to us from a Cornucopia with a joke like that do this as a peak cheese corny dad all variety there but that jokes welcome in the Food Bula Nation. He could become a city manager. Something with with the comedy chops like that. So what's Up Ryan? Hit me up all right. Let's keep Iraq enrolling. We got Travis from New York. What is up Travis? He says I'M GONNA go a bit to the left on. The APERITIF is good. The Dutch Atif is better. The drink. The complaints meal is like the peak of a crescendo. The right teeth will complement the flavors present throughout the meal. Dang Dude Travis just another plane right now man. I I read that. I'm not even confident. I pronounced it correctly. All the words in there you know he's using a lot of words understand So I he's gotTa know what's up. He's gotTa be very smart very informed on the situation. You know what I'm saying. I mean for any of you guys don't haven't put two and two together. That's why people or anti immigration. You know 'cause people get scared they're gonNA lose their jobs immigrants because They don't speak any words that they know. So they're like WHOA. They must be like really smart because they're speaking way above me. You know they're like holy crap. Mexicans are geniuses. You know it's like clearly. They studied all their language courses. They know all these science words like pour voir insane so they traps running laps on ran out so all right we got brains in in the comments. So we're feeling we're learning some. This website is all about all right. We Got Kevin From Glass Borough New Jersey. What is Kevin? He says? Appetizers desserts are all roughly the same. I am Oh I find appetizers or more interesting. Wow Kevin believing desserts are all the same you know. I commend you for that. Some people you know they don't see color but you don't see sugar and that's brave and powerful I Maybe someday I can be as woke as you near pretty cool dude all right. We got rich from fish town. What is up rich? He says APPs because you can make a meal at of APPS but you can't make a meal out of desserts rich come on man. It sounds like you're not really trying. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa Challenge Rich and I'm challenging you the listener. Who also that'd be talking. It'd be weird if I said you while you're listening to somebody in this room. That don't mean sounds challenge him and you to oppose his message. Make dessert the dinner. You always wanted it to be and you know. Look should you take my advice? Dr. No I don't go on TV giving people from the sticks advice on the relationships I don't you know sell expensive headphones. I'm not a doctor But I am so on the PODCASTS. About food adjacent Louis. So there's that and you know America. It's the land of the free end you. Sometimes you just gotTa ball out. Sometimes you just gotTa do dessert for dinner because the alliteration strong so there you have thank you wretch all right. We're going to skip over a gift in the comments. Because it doesn't really translate to podcasts. let's see here. We got Nicole from Philadelphia was up the coal. She says APPs for starters APPs is a main course APPS for dinner but call them snacks. Act to thank you. Nicole sounds like a pizza bagel commercial right now APPS for the starters. Apps is a main course apps at supper time when you call them sacks it's two am in your time zone man what's up called right then. We Got Jeff From Jersey from Jersey says one of the dissenters on the APP see is pro desserts. Let's see when asked to say desserts for sure they might be as filling. But I think I've always enjoyed a great desert way more than a great appetizer. What desserts a restaurant has on the menu has always been an important factor of when I'm choosing where to eat. I've also ordered desserts as appetizers a few times. So I don't skip it after getting on dinner. L. L. Jeff. From Jersey mixing it up desserts APPs. I mean this guy is a gosh darn disruptor. Make him a CEO of a Tech Company so we can listen to his unfettered gospel forever skies a genius and it's credible he's a low key street rat genus almost like Aladdin style because he didn't use any words. I didn't understand he talked to me. Rahmat and I like that Jeff. From Jersey. Thank you so much for the wisdom and bestowing upon us are. Let's keep it rocking and rolling. We got let's see here. We Got Mike for Roxborough in Philadelphia. Was Mike he says desserts. No one says Oh let me get. This decadent fruity chocolate sweetness. Taste out of my mouth. Let me grab a piece of garlic bread. But they definitely say things like. Oh I just need to get this onion mushroom taste in my mouth. Do you have a mint or some candy? Mike Ryan the truth train. Dagan it call the explosives teams dog. 'cause we truth bomb pawn US Mike. I feel what you're saying you definitely. It's the pallet cleanser desserts. Or what's up now. Some faulty logic in there. I guess in a way if the APP taste great no need to cleanse the palate. So those complicate matters because if you had a bum desert and a booty dinner prior to double or nothing on some desert get those tastes setting your math. You know what I'm saying. So Mike like what he's putting down. So that is what's up. We got Jim from having town Pennsylvania. What is up jim he says torn by this one? Jim is a prolific commentator on. Our pulse Jim from havertown says torn by this one. I prefer savory too sweet. I love all the traditional Abbey's but if I eat a cracker at home I'll ruin my appetite somehow at a restaurant. I'll eat what I would eat for dinner at home. As a premium. Originally both of these practices were digestive based a small something to get gestion started and a small something sweet afterwards to cleanse the palate. We take things too far in America to include NACHOS and Brownie. Tie Our Sunday's well. Jim Must be in cahoots with Mike because he's laying down savage knowledge also in agreeance with the palate. Cleansing power of desserts. Jim Your what's up. I'm feeling it mull over it. I dig it you know. I can eat something small at home but yeah I can ball out in motor now. I don't know what that's all about. So that's what's up all right. Let's keep it rocking and rolling weekend. Josh Trim Prospect Park. He says APPs because the first thing I eat when I'm hungry is always better than the last thing I when I'm full desserts. Got The raw deal here. They just can't compete with hunger. Spice Love Love the new terminology hunger. Space it's true if you want to enhance the flavor of anything you eat. Just add some hunger to it. Just be hungry and it will definitely tastes better. At is very true. Was Up Josh. We've got Ryan from Philadelphia Pennsylvania not to be fused Ryan from West Philly Ryan from just philly this time and he says Azer bitter on my phone and better on my plate but a bomb. Give this man a cheese chalice and let him drink from a do because he's the Dajo champ this week that was cheesy Z Z Z Z Z dangerously. Get the get the Cheetah in here with the shades. There's too much but yeah there you go. That was you know the kind of responses we get on these polls the kind of discussions we have. But we had something uncanny happen. We had someone make a comment and we had another person that took umbrage with that comment and they went back and forth for about twenty replies. So I'm going to do my best to give you the unfettered version of their discourse both our residents of Philadelphia. We got Max from fish town. We got Mike from South Philly. You do the accents. I won't here. We go Max from fish. Town says desserts are by definition better if an appetizer was better. They move to desert and if a dessert was poo you'd eat it. I were not at all making it an appetizer. Mike Billy says in response. Negative desserts are kept at the end as an option. You can skip desert you feel like a Dang fool if you skip warm bread and that blooming onion so much truth in these polls Max from fish town fires back APPs or optional or they wouldn't be apps no disrespect. Blooming. Onions are accurate. And I'm glad we could have some common ground here in this debate you know. Blooming onions obviously get grandfathered in by the desert people. The too good not to all right. Let's keep it wrong Mike from south philly optional. If you deny the bread olive garden or the salsa and chips at a Mexican restaurant you are nine decent Americans their fair chance at a job Max for fish town retorts optional in the sense that you could skip it and still have lunch. Slash dinner slash. Whatever if you had lunch and I skipped ordering a main course. It wouldn't be a lunch if I skip the chips. And Salsa wow weird would still be a lunch. Thus apps are optional desserts are also optional. They are the same. Only desserts are served last because they are the best end strangely award from navigating the trials of APPS and meals with room to spare. Who are at Max's not done. Maximum fish town comments on comments on comments. He's GonNa keep rolling. I'm GonNa keep saying let's get into it. Max Continues Apps or not a reward. They are a sneak preview like watching a trailer for a movie. The meal is the movie desserts. Or the thing you stay in the theater to watch after the credits because in excites you slash you get to see. The ant man actually lived or whatever the F. Max Viz down keeps you can skip a trailer. You skip the after credit sequence but no one talks much about trailer after. They've seen the movie and everyone could see the movie and still walk away blown away by the after credits secrets. He concludes. Desserts are better. Ooh Mike finally getting his senses back. One comment multiple paragraphs Mike from south Philly. Let's get into it. He's retorts no thank you by your definition the main course. Aweso optional as I can make a mere meal entirely From apps the main course or desserts and only two of those options are actually viable for a decent meal. I will give you the ground. That dessert is served later as a treat. But it's not because it's better. It's because it's sweet and sweets have generally been pushed as a no no food ever since the links between sugar and obesity to your trailer point I say never talk about the trailer the MC you while glorious has spoiled you with after credit goodies. The original talks to the town where that trailers before the main event movie people post entire reaction videos to the trailers of movies. Have you ever ordered food and someone woodard just an APP? Yes as they will to do. Has someone ever woodard just a desert? Yes and they are a lunatic. Who I'm sweating here in. The studio baby is heating up in the comments. Oh my goodness knacks from fish town. He's not giving up. He's not giving up. He fires back at Mike from South Philly. He says no no. No the main course is not optional. It is without it. There is no lunch at all your just hanging out. Yes but after. You've seen a movie you don't talk about how good the trailer was end to be clear. I'm not an MC you fan the MCI was a bad metaphor because it is basically a bucket. A desert shoveled into ones but nonstop. Does point there? Max from fish town keeps it rolling. He says agreed ordering just as crazy but I think it is less crazy than just a single APP continues. A reaction video to trailer of a movie is the meal equivalent of a dirty chip on a bathroom floor. No thank you. Yikes man he even goes on to say. It is stolen valor. Oud Sorry Reaction Youtube comment. Creators admits that his his theory is is falling apart. Mike Him with some more comments. But you know man. What a great thread. So much fun. Thank you guys for hashing it out in the replies and the Min- really took this segment of the podcast. To the next level it was already great. Thanks to the opinions shared by the fans. Thank you so much you guys make this show but boy did we ascend to glorious heights with that exchange to thank you so much to maximum like for Battling it out. I hope that my dramatic readings of your comments did you were positions justice. So there you have it. That is the discussion that is all of the pinions surrounding appetizers and desserts. As for myself I gotTA Say I. I'm an APP boy you know. I don't really have a super sweet tooth. I like the say that because it's true I don't desert. It will sometimes sweet meals. You know like for lunch. They had four peanut butter jellies and an apple and an orange. So it's like yeah. 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It's time for a party who I tried to make that last but just in our by you know make choices in life. You just got commend. That's what it's all about. Yes I am. That's Improv. Anyway it's the game time. It's IT'S PARTY TIME PARTY Games game. We're GONNA play our favourite here one of her favorites. It's basically our favorite super flight party game. You can get for yourself just Google Amazon. We should have an affiliate link but not yet. We'll get going someday. In any case you can experience it right now. Here on the PODCAST. How works there's two decks of cards one is much characters the other one a bunch of modifiers and You know we're GONNA select two combinations of characters modifiers and I'm going to debate. Which one would win in he fight. So let's break down. Who Do we get I girl scale? I am drawing cards at random. I have no idea what I'm GONNA get. So let's see what's happening. What's going on with this girl Scout? she has a mustache that can stretch and mu at will Interesting all right. Quite be burly girl scout here and she's battling a cactus all right cactus say. See what's going on. This CACTUS CACTUS is Amish. All right this is Quite the Combo. If I don't see myself so a girl scout where her mustache can stretch and move at will verses Amish cactus now makes sense for the cactus to be Amish. You know what I mean. It's kind of like out in a rural area most of the time It's not easy to approach Doesn't have an iphone so there's all add stuff I remember I used to go to this amish butcher back in Philly and assigned be like facebook. It's like Bro. You'RE AMISH. Get how're you allow phase anyway? So I think that makes a lot of sense the CACTUS and Amish nece But also you know. Cactus kind of looks like a person's usually got arms and like the big fat bold. The Amish had you could. You could slap a beard in an amish hat on that new props so they they could dress to impress an amish shindig new probably mu for the CACTUS. How does the Amish nece helped the CACTUS? I don't I don't know if it does If it somehow pinned the grant the girl to the ground and was just like you know pumping her stomach with like a stick. So it was. Like was churning butter or something then. I think the CACTUS could really make it happen but I think this is gonNA kind of leave. It's Amish nece at the door. It's already prickly prickly bully you know it's got sharpness happening. It's got spikes sh you know. That's the sound spikes makes and They hurt. They're not nice. This trying to make sure you know things in the desert Don't get the juice. Cactus juice and it's also very helpful in a super fight. You know being covered in spikes so that's pretty dangerous now on the other side of the plane here. We got a girl Scout. She's got the Brown ribbon. The sash crossed her chest. And it's got badges those badges or proof that she can handle herself. She's a strong independent girl and she's probably done wilderness stuff before so. She's ready to dual even in the cactuses domain. And if the CAT is trying to come to the front of a supermarket while she selling cookies making her bank she can be fired up. The cactus just wrecked whore her out. That's what the CACTUS yells war. That was real bad slip of the Thong there And yeah the girl Scout. She's only pissed. You're Jack Up my corner my supermarket while I'm making bread. That's Max power you know. That's that's like you got the turbo charged in like you know a Capcom vs marble situation. You tag mom in to do a team eighty six hit combo. Cactuses Dunn's up for sure. Now if if the fight is in the desert like I said the sash with the badges girls GAC play girl. Scout is in game for you know this battle for a desert domain. She can handle it. She's good and she is not to be messed because the little girl flex barbies. No this is a moustachioed girl scout. Which sounds perfect the you can you can see the scene. The tumbleweeds are blowing by you. Know the good. The bad and the ugly whistle is a whistling this moustachioed girl scouts got the sash. It's like she is got some kind of Pancho in a Spaghetti Western. She's ready to battle dude. She's ready to just Ninja Star. Some cookies at this cactus break skin lettuce juice drop and Geez. It's game over. You know good game and we haven't even gone to the mustache yet. I mean the mustache. Come on now. It can stretch and move and will so you ain't. If the girl gets into trouble the stash can protect her from the sharpness can entangle the CACTUS can can get mixed with the cactuses amish beard. Knock hat off. It's too much too much so with that I'm going to. I'm going to give it up and give it to the girl Scout Girl Scout. The girl style. Yeah the beer. The beer the girl beer now the girl scout with the mustache that can stretch and move it. Will I think she defeats Amish? Cactus but hey that's just me I'm just one person with one opinion you know but that's what I'll thank so hopefully you agree if you don't hopefully have fun. Listen that's how I feel about this whole podcast. Experience really hope that you had a blast. You made this far you're trooper. You're kicking it. You're killing it. Thank you so much for checking out this. Podcast listening to this podcast. Listen to the end you know like there is a ton of content in the world and a ton of demands on our attention life. Work Fam- friends date naps. The whole Shebang and that that there are other John's wrath on about the new show on netflixing other pods. You're trying to get two books you're supposed to read but you listen to and somehow you meantime fulbe laughs in your agenda and for that. I am utterly an eternally and truly truly grateful. 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Unleash Your Inner Warrior

Up Or Out with Connie

35:41 min | 11 months ago

Unleash Your Inner Warrior

"The we're obsessed with the Connie fife show it's about lifestyle shift to move up or out. You would you really. What makes you uncertain? It's about opening a new door to live your dream get an three to. It's about enjoying the journey. It's about keeping it real your ears interviewing the it's all about. You knew there was something I wanted to do. Stop taking shit so seriously. The okay. Do this outrageous blatant laugh. This is Connie five. Show we really Union Airdrie and now your host. Connie fife highly one. Good good afternoon. Good Week and morning. Whatever it is for you. It's five. Year unstoppable diva and welcome back to a another week another episode of Connie Fight. Show and thank you for being our loyal listeners. And coming back every week time and time again and we will continue bringing some five. Bula suggests that are helping you achieve your goals and and really help you thrive and beat at lifestyle entrepreneur that you want to be beaten that you want to be an and growing in establishing that business at thriving business that is going to help you succeed and bill that Evergreen Evergreen business that you went to have her forever. Not just this week. Somebody said that to me recently. They sent me a note and they said they feel like they've built this business and it was. You know a one in one in done. And they didn't put the steps in place a foundation IMPL- as to create that business for ever. And if you WANNA step into if you WANNA be a warrior unleashed at in a warrior. That's what today's show is all about. Because if you want to do this you really need to be in it for the long game. And it's not just for this week and you really need to have that tough skin to stick it out and we'll talk more about that today with our guest. He's a CEO and achieve culture officer at FPG Ores Performance Group. Known you for a couple of years. And he just continues to expand and grow and be the leading authority in culture and with his programs and he's also an expert at creating high-performance high profits and he's also been named the best place toward cultures. He's a sales professional and author a speaker. A management coach is job as empowering professionals and executive. She unleash their high performance and master their leadership skills in sales management culture and service for the purpose of increasing profit through people. May people you number one people? That's your team. And that's number one that you really need to be focusing on a lot of people. Forget about that. But let's welcome to the show. Mr jae-shin Jason Boris. Because this is exactly what he's going to be talking about unleashing your inner warrior Jason. Welcome back to the county five. Show GLAD TO BE BACK. So it's been a while and you have a lot a lot of really cool things happen. You have a new book out mindset of a sales warrior in a like how you talk about that yet basically. We're all in sales and that we really need to shift our mindset of we're at and what will looking at and and I really wanted just really jumped into removing those mental leashes holding back and you talk about the four types. The four types of leashes That we really need to let go and sale so I am really is going to turn over to guerrillas dive into your book and a what that is because a little bit later I want to go into some of the stories and the accolades and wh- even doing over the last couple of years. But I wanNA dive into this. I think so so the reason why I wrote this book is because we believe that selling very noble. But it's an interesting problem or in right now because the profession of sales is is obviously been getting a bad rap for a long time. You know people. All the research says that the most people don't trust More at the same time most human beings selling their plan be career versus are planning a by to ask them. They don't go to college to be in sales at the same time. Less than three percent of universities are teaching sales but yet over fifty percent of college graduates will have some sort of job in sales one time in their life is pretty interesting and is really interesting. I mean think about it every pretty much every job you go into your sales. You're in sales in some form or fashion so you know to kind of chunk up initial selling selling for us is just giving certainty plus education with restore in so certainty is the feeling of feeling safe and secure that. I'm making the right decision. Education is that The the whys behind that decision. So how do we back up that that decision with education facts and figures and then reporter is being on the same page with a person so knowing you know what? What are the goals that that person's trying to accomplish? What is their outcome? And how do I make sure that I'M? I'm in a line that outcome in if I have a product or service that's right for them. I need to give them certain. See It is the right decision to to move forward as well as you know the why behind it. Which is the education so you take that headed efficient while a parents in sales when it comes to convincing their kids to do something for you know friends or in sales and their friends. Or if you're a leader in you convinced your team to do something you're in sales so everyone's really in sales but even we work with banks for example and you have a bank teller who doesn't see themselves in sales but but if they can find out very quickly what is the goal of the customer that they're serving that moment then they can easily open up their brain to okay. We'll I I could have a product or service. That could help that customer about that. They don't even know and they're gonNA hand off to a personal banker. A commercial lender accelere. But that's the idea is. We all really are in sales in some fashion and so this book is really kind of written as Outta why help out the mindset of that person but it's also but it's helped case it's helping needs not like. Oh but do you want this? You went this. It's not like standing standing there like trying to like overkill on oversell whether it's helping them and showing them well. If you're doing this maybe if you do it a little bit differently is helping those. I like how you position that they really helping her son and showing them how they can do a different way which turns out to be really. They're selling they're selling there's again and so the book is around the minds. It's the mindset so the idea behind that that there are these four types of leashes that prevents people from hurting or selling And again this is a this could be a person who's a realtor on side or you know isn't a traditional sales sales job in the Dutch leashes are s for self image. So I just. I don't see myself as doing this. It was self image. Problem has released that. I'm not a salesperson. I've never been good at networking under not good at convincing. Someone do something or influencing other people like that's a self image thing The next one is is another s for story story is something outside of me so you know. I might competitions better or I don't think they could afford this. I'M GONNA try or they make up these external stories that way So self image story than the reluctance. A reluctance is a fear. And we've assessments. That can measure the sixteen. Different types of reluctance is but you know. I don't want to come across pushy or I don't like talking about friends and family about business mentioned to them referral aversion. I don't ask for these are reluctant. Says in the last is another color rule. A rule is anything I need to see fewer here in order to give myself permission to engage. Armagh for those are the four types. Alesia self image story reluctance in rules that prevent me from execution. But we can chunk up right now in in. Apply this one concept I apply to sales. You can apply to anything in life that stopping you from executing what you know to do. So for example. Connie what like what's a memorable. Hod cast that you've done recently like a person that you you had on the air. And they gave some really good advice. What comes to mind that gave some really good advice. Yeah like what's a person you interviewed recently. The gave some good advice. The people should start doing. What would you say that met met it? Meditating perfect good so. Some meditating would be the knowledge that we've been taught to meditate but say let's presuppose. They've been taught the benefits of meditation. They've been taught how to meditate. They've been taught wind meditate which I could go into all actually do talk about as well. So that's the concept now. The question I'd like to ask is what stops you from doing that today. Will that question will? The nate will then figure out. Is it a story that says while a stories outside of me while I just don't have time for it? That's a story hour or a self image I've still I'm not really into that kind of stuff that's more into like it's more like the tree hugger type people had just seems to. I'm more of a hard charger. And not someone that can slow my brain down like that self image or you have a reluctance that you know. I don't know I'm afraid to. I'm afraid I'M GONNA look stupid stupid arm and do it wrong. That's a reluctance or fear in. Then you've got a rule that says while I need to get the following things in order before I can start a meditation. Practice neighbor list of criteria or things are on my calendar. And I gotta go make time for it and I got versace noticed. Stop Right now. People got a plan. The plan plan before they get correct. Yeah so that's that's all I've done is that you know I'm a master practitioner and neuro linguistic programming about to about two thousand of us in the world that have this level of certifications degree. And it's really about getting people unstuck for taking action on something. They've been taught to do that. They know will benefit them. And how can I get them unstuck in doing that? I've just applies to sales by an. Yeah that's all I've done is I applied sales and I figured out forty two different strategies in the book on how to remove the stories self image reluctance rules that keeps them from selling. So the do you really think those people that are stuck? So so what I'm hearing. Is You truly believe that our steps and pro your s are for types of leashes that they can really take those steps to really engage in say? I can't stop. I can meditate. I can't really make this happen. I can't become that sales person do because I believe that all human beings are born to sell okay. I know that sounds crazy to think about because soon as I'd say that someone says well Jason That's overgeneralization because I can tell you right now. I've got a daughter of mine. There's no way in the world that persecute ever sell anything and I say we'll talk more about that. And they said well she's thirty five. G. Very you know kind of you know. Maybe shy and just would do that okay. We'll but but think about her when she was like four and she had no problem asking you know multiple times a stay up late or ask for candy or dessert or convinced you to that. She should meat or vegetables but she can have a Brownie later. You know that we're all born with the capability of selling. It's just. We've been programmed that we need to not do it. We've been we've we've program program to add in the self image stories and the and the rules and the reluctance is sending align the way stop. That broke because I truly believe that we are all and I talked to my team about that all the time. We are all in the position of selling. We may not have that sales title after name but amy from answering the telephone to a beer. Customer Service is title. But we're all in the position of selling. We know maybe I mean we do have people that are comfortable to say. Well wait a minute. Maybe should look at something else but at least have that conversation with potential customer or customer that we have something else or at least allow somebody else to have that conversation with them but like how. You're you're really giving them the tools to say. Well you know what you could all have that conversation in your perfect rights to have that conversation if you believe if you believe that your product or service will truly do something for the customer versus. Do something to the costumer. If you truly believe that. It's going to help them move towards the life improvement. They're wanting to move towards as well as get away from the pain that they're trying away from than you. It's your perfect right to to share that with them. I mean just like I would hope that another human being out. There would help me in the same way and that. That's that's what it is so the the book is just about getting all that stuff out of your system. Yeah I say is getting you back to the four year old version of you. Now love that I love that. Now you all about the Warrior Mindset. So what so before listeners? Like what what is the warrior mindset requested so in sales there's Kinda four different levels of sales they. I get started. So one is at the bottom level. You're really a A follower person or follower cells verse. You really afraid of engaging you're afraid of flooding people know about your product and service You know you you don't really believe in yourself or what you're selling so that's how that fierce i. Well that's that's pretty easy to change all you just kind of learned some things and add some more resources and knowledge and then you get to the next level which helper now again we've been using the word helper to help people a lot. So it's different though than defining yourself as a helper because if you define yourself as a helper then you can take on that identity too much. In what a Lotta Times? I talked to blue define themselves as a helper. They're always saying okay. Well I will help people as long as they asked for my help. And so it's still very passive time. Approach they do help people but only if the customer ask them for help or a or a friend asked them for help then they go to. The next level may become more assertive and that sort. You're a leader in a leader is a person that you follow to a place you go on your own. And they really are more assertive. They perfect right. Will the the next level though of of a warrior a warrior mindset? Is someone who they feel like. It's their noble like duty to to be an advocate for what they believe. They just have this internal conviction that what they are representing is something that the world needs to hear about and they just are very big advocates for that and that's the warrior mindset. I'm here to protect customers from doing the wrong thing by either. Not doing something or going with. Maybe my competitor. That might be less money. But is going to end up not serving them in their mission and their goals and their objective as well as they are an advocate for their own company and their products are so. They're just really an advocate for the customer of their advocate for their customer for the company. And and that's been a warrior mindset is that they just had this internal conviction and belief about themselves and their process with the customers trying to accomplish the company. They're serving different. I mean a lot of people that are listening right now. The first question to ask yourself is. Will you know my advocate for mine? My company and I like a lot of times do coaching for owners and small business owners. And I'll say well you know who's the best sales person on your team and you know I will say is a salesperson. I said No. The vessels for sugar team is is the is the founder night because the founder if out they they created it took like right. Now you're the best because you believe so much in your comedy your brands selling you believe right so I you got to become an advocate of believe just like the founder believes yes and then you have to to Be Willing and unleashed enough to share the share that message with the World. I mean that's not sales warriors. All about show is heard everywhere. You can find the county facial and most of your favorite networks. It's time to now recognize. Thank our networks for all their support in business. Radio cease we radio transformation radio radio we also Google play Apple Radio stitcher consuming. What a key. I HEAR UNSTOPPABLE DIVA JIM now. We can work together at my anti shiny website. Kind Fi show. I'll see you over there until then light. My share share share now back in the show. You've you've won a number of wards recently. No you with Winter of four Stevie awards which is an international. Were very familiar with that for your warrior. Selling and leadership coaching programs. So I know that that's very highly recognized internationally recognized. I know you your award winning books. I Have Five Bucks. A leadership sales coaching books. And your rate at one of the One of the selling power magazine's top sales books. Some in your ear sells books are highly highly recognized am INC magazine. Also named you one of the nation's best workplaces for twenty seventeen I mean you've had a decade of coaching and speaking experiences. So I mean you're out there you're selling and you're talking about sales in your your coaching. And you're part of the million dollar speakers group with eight with the NSA. I mean what? What is it that that these executive Highly highly impactful executive. What is that attraction? Cheer what what is it that is setting you apart that they're attracted to you that you were you worry a program in your message about sales leadership. What what is that secret sauce that you have that? They're attracted to thank you. We do five things. We feel like it goes different. What else all share the secrets with Narcan? Just run Alex because I think it just serves the world better so number one is everything that we teach is very a step by step chunked down we call it. How as trading versus what and why based training so for example we feel like the world has been way oversaturated with telling people what to do like go out there and coach your people or be a great leader be authentic or be vulnerable. Let me tell you. There's a lot of like what to do In the world is the Y. Yes and it's like just giving the lie and everything will work. Its way out what we think is the how is really missed in. This people are not leaving enough with enough steps on really how to accomplish their goals and how to be a better leader and how to coach your people and how to create a rate great culture. What are those steps you know? So for example someone might say well you need to have like a big fan of having daily. Huddles daily check ins with your all night until say you. GotTa have daily Huddles Okay. Well that's the what will the why what's the. Why will the wise? Because you know that way you can have a fast decision making process in your organization an organization people who make decisions within twenty four hours. We don't wait longer than that and so it allows us that why that's a very successful strategy. Okay well then how like. How do you do that? Well here's the steps on. How do you do a huddle? So we're one. We're very how base as well as the one the why. But that's easy. Number two is we're very mindset beliefs based and so we're always wanting to incorporate the psychology part of it because it's really the psychology that keeps people from executing now and so we've got the psychology piece. The third is coaching so all of our clients. If at any sort of like employee program Customers firmer sales program. The manager also has to be a coach program that shows them how to coach that fourth fourth thing is everything is program based so we learn best through immersion and experiential learning guests. Everything we do is very experiential and then last is a culture so we are big on just making sure that you know. We don't take a client This flavor of the mind or something they signed a check for they have to be involved at least in exact some executive level. We have four ways that we can help them integrate these strategies in their organizations so that formula those five things. The how the coaching program The beliefs in the culture piece the the combination of those five is really what allows us to succeed with our clients. We you and I are. We have a very very similar model. And the how is the biggest thing when we when we started? We're we're doing this thirteen years. I would we start at thirteen years ago. I have certifications. I am closet full of certifications at when I started doing this after I was a seminar junkie and I walked out of a corporate as a CEO. And I started taking courses. I had a team that did it all for me and now I was on my own and I didn't know social media. I don't know how to turn a button on. I didn't know I know it's a corporate executive. I did one hundred do these legs. So I became a corporate executive so after two years spending. You know a lot of money on figuring out how to do this. I sat down and I said okay a ham all of these credentials Aldy certifications. But what do I know how to do? Just like what you're saying. They tell you everything about what you need to do. Why you need to do it but nobody is telling you how to do it. And that was the biggest thing that I had said with with what we do. We have to show them how to do it. That was the biggest thing that we have to do. We have to show them how to do it. So every time we do a program or somebody comes up with you know another another we call it the pink pig. They come up with another idea and we set On our say are we showing them how to do it so I love that? Is that that you're doing thank you for doing that? Because you know people get stuck in that okay. Well the Tommy what we need to do. But nobody's telling us how to do it. And then Connie reason I think people no I don't I don't I think a lot of these consultants and speakers out there they again. They've got the research to tell people what they should do. And why they should do it. Basically research but but again they just don't know how to do it and so that's the biggest thing and so it's like social media like the big big thing right now. Is You know. Make sure that your you have followers on social media and you you need to have a brand on social media. Will I heard that for the longest time but I'm like okay? But how do we really `scale this thing? And so we ended up hiring. A great consultant Brendan Kain. But we getting getting to over a million followers in sixty days with my personal brand. I out to do that. I didn't know how to do that. You know I just knew I was host to and here's why I need to do it but I didn't know how to do it right. I also didn't know when I put the message is out there. What type of message on social media and or people really wanting to see okay? How do I craft that message in? That's the key to all of it. Though is I think people get stock because we're not teaching off of the steps of how to get unstuck right right and is a lot of strategy around and then again going deeper to the to the how and the tactical pieces of it. But you're right a lot of people don't know how they just tell you you need to do it but me it's like how do I do it? How do I do it? And so at the same thing. I ended up hiring somebody else and they came in and I still work with them. You know this is how you do it. And this and this is what allowed me to to get all of those followers. You know that I that I have today too so we still work with them. But that was the biggest thing like you said. You know we're not doing this to a mostly have the how so that allows us to work with a lot of executives because they're transitioning from you know whether you know when when career to another by choice or whatever the case may be but they're saying the same thing you know. I had a whole staff. Did it for me now? I'm finding myself independent or trying to figure this out on my own and people are saying this is what I need to do but I have no clue how to do it. So thank you doing that because all I see that with a lot of people. They're just like okay. I know what I need to do but I just don't know how to get there so let me let me give you a quick. I'll give you a quick fix. Sure we check value people you know people and they're all wondering you know something. So here's a here's a great example. So you know. All the research has now said that that ninety five percent of our decisions are made on a daily basis our subconscious as a five percent or made consciously yes in ninety five percent or made subconsciously. So it's almost like run autopilot majority of time right and will the problem with that. Is that if you have a conscious decision so consciously right now. Everyone's listening to US consciously and you walk away and okay. Well why am I not getting the things I want out of my life if I'm going to a seminar or listening to a podcast or reading a book while that's because your sub conscious is is incongruent with your conscious okay. We'll then powerful that that how I fix that while I'll tell you well so one you have to know that seventy percent of your subconscious has been programmed by the age of seven. The reason for that is because in the first seven years of your life. You're in what's considered a Fada brain frequency So theta is a kind of light as a trance frequency and then right below that you've got delta which is deep sleep and right above theta you've got Alpha which is kind of a wake a light trance were in Fada. Sorry we're an Alpha. We've Kinda wake up morning or in the shower on. Creativity happens during that time but then when we're in like fully kind of working mode were in Beta which I call baller mode so think of Waller Beta right below that's Alpha awake barely awake right below that is theta trance transformational lasts. Delta deep sleep while for the first seven years in your life your only in Delta Theta. That's when you're most your transition has when you're most programmable right you don't you don't even you don't even get into Alpha until after age seven and you don't even get into Beta until after twelve right. That's pretty nuts so okay well then. Gosh how do I fix that? Because I'm now forty one years old and you're saying that all stuff was already predetermined by the age of twelve majority are decisions were programmed in satisfied age twelve. How do I fix that? Well there's three ways to fix it to make sure that your sub conscious is growing your conscious so one is to practice mindfulness because when you are conscious then you you are in the present moment in your your choosing the path. You want to go on your conscious decision of that. So it's a conscious conscious conscious. That's hard though because the average brain falls out of consciousness seven to ten times a minute. Who Right now. People are talking to people since last thirty minutes in every seven the phone out of consciousness seven times every minute. That's great so thinking about something else. You GotTa practice mindfulness. You gotTa work on that. And that's definitely something you can do. We know. Mindfulness enable that. When you first fall in love and you're you're completely present with someone or you have a baby very present with that baby misery like present moments. You're very industry. You're conscious what so but if you're not going to be that's tough. That takes a lot of a lot of work so the next thing to do is you gotta go into that time where you're in Fada. Well the best way to to get Fada. Time is through practice of hypnosis. And so what you can basically do is when you're going to bed at night you get into bed. You're probably Alpha you're groggy Alpha. You're gonNA winding down then you get into Fada and then eventually throughout the night you get into Delta so what I advise people to do is just listened to something while they're going to bed. Yes for example. Like in my book. I've created a lot of meditation tracks in different tracks. They can listen to to kind of reprogram their conscious all kinds of things on youtube. That people listen to you. Listen to a podcast like this. These are all things they listen to so think about the opposite of that. Vote if you're listening to. Let's say the TV while you go to bed. We'll that's when you're most programmable you're back into that first seven years of your life that transformational translate data and that's what you're listening to go through the gatekeeper. Going through your conscious. Mind into your subconscious. Mind as you go to bed. So you're you go to bed to walking dead and you wonder why you wake up and you're kind of your folding anxiety and you're like the walking dead like walking yeah or when you wake up so as you wake up. What the practice that I do Mary Mary and I do. We wake up and we immediately get immediately will put on her headphones or will do sort of mindfulness practice. We'll do something to get 'cause we're right in that fatal state as we're waking up yes or will. We're getting ready in the morning we're Alpha in so we're getting ready in the morning. We're listening to a podcast or listening to something educational in that. Alpha state which again have a light trance as well so I mean that that to me is a practice that people can do. Is One practice. Mindfulness and Danny frozen consciousness being conscious decisions or two is when they're going to bed waking up put something on to listen to To program that the last thing I'll say is that this is a huge plot for people. Listen to podcasts. While they're driving is about Libya podcast when you're driving is a really good thing. Because most people when they're driving in the morning there in Alpha yes they're not in Beta. They'RE NOT NOT SUPER AWAKE. Baller mode you know. They're in barely awake. Just kind of zoning out going from planet you know eighty to be listening to a podcast that stuff is getting into your subconscious but I would also encourage you then or discourage you to not listen to the news when you when you are going to work because that's also getting into your subconscious so it'd be better to listen to something that you think benefit you would help you. And and hence why? Meditation is good at the appropriate time to do that at the appropriate time. Or listen to my audio book. I mean all this stuff but I would also tell people get yourself a break because the old school philosophy was people learn best when they are in Beta and when they're when they're not super alert state but we've actually found. The research is that you can get through the gatekeeper of your conscious. Mind when you're in Theodore in Alpha and so people are Kinda zoning off a little bit that means a lot of that stuff's actually getting into their conscious Yeah so well. Thank you for that and thank you. Thank you sharing. I know we can really go deep because I do a lot of study of that myself and a lot of that research but Jason Letter Listeners. Know where they can find more about your programs About your book and just learn more about you heard it while you can go to my facebook page at Jayson s forest that. I post a lot of things reports Lincoln things and then. Fpg Is our company Mpg DOT com. But but I would definitely make an offer for people who are listening the listening right now so place if you go to warrior mindset book dotcom So Warrior Mindset Dot Com. You can get the book for free. Used the shipping and handling and then part of that are some other offers that you can of course add on like a goal setting guy. There's some meditation tracts. There's an audio version that myself and Mary. Marshall are discussing each strategy. There's some coaching sessions. I do on this. There's a lot of extra things they can do if they don't want to go through that process and of course and go to audible or go to Amazon and they can buy it By their at full price Michigan so there are some options of course to be a part of it. Well thank you. Thank you very much giving that away and Remember Warrior Mindset Book Dot Com. You went ahead over there and we'll make sure that we share share the link on our on our video as well makes you want to get over there. Jason Thank you for giving that away and of those really great tips in tools. I always welcome back to the show. Thank you very much a great great rest flow. That's how we got today. Thanks for being here. Thanks for sharing economy. Five show and again always check out the talent con- Sierre because we are leading the way we are inspiring Dick Leadership and I will leave you with this inspiring dot for today's that when we touch a heart we change a life and when we change a life we are always unstoppable together. You're listening to the show and I'm Connie five and heavyweight week in always always be kind to each other take care bye. Thank you for listening to the cutting back off in any of the good stuff you hear like to be a guest on this show over to come on the show. Apply while air to put you in front of your will see you over there. Do yourself a favor this activate your MP unstoppable.

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115. Tranquillusionist

The Allusionist

10:09 min | 11 months ago

115. Tranquillusionist

"This is the latest in which I Helen Saltzman read out the words that you've told me you find the most soothing just in case you need to help with stress anxiety fear. Put It on a loop to get you to sleep. Whatever you'll pass the friends that live in your brains a here for you in times of Need GonNa do these words in alphabetical order abide AESTHETIC ALBATROSS ALLUSION. Iowa pillows bunch L. Puckett Al Thea among anti Makassar Tunnel. Von KIP zere baby. Baby turn the little balloon ball but Nana bioluminescence bosque breath. Bree Brooke Broom Browse bubble. Buoyancy cameraderie carom cascade celestial cellar door Cama mile key is Mata Cronin hot on follicles shelby. Shusha Tei Spiritual Whisper Shuba Portuguese for cloud confident compassion compassion consideration curry cozy. Kuku a cuddle Cumulus Nimbus costed Cook d'appel Decay Delicious Demure Guy Diaspora diazepam. Just SHOVELED DISSOLVE DOWN COMFORTER. Dougal DUNK DUNK. Deve Bullet Effervescent. Eiderdown LIP sees lip SIS. Eloquent ember own boo short. Embrace me ephemeral. If tiffany equities new Fauria facebook four Fermentation Victory Francisco frosting Fulsome Galoshes. Garlic Gazebo gloaming grace gravy. Rim Guinea pig halcion harmony. Finish word that means something like danger life. This unusual choice of soothing word honey hot cocoa with marshmallows humble in Cunard Bula indubitably highyl inimitable iridescent. Jasmine just we has she Kumari Mashed Japanese certainly Ca- full kids bedtime. Lavender liaison for Limonov Limonov. Low lodestar loosen loquacious love. Lovely the Lozenge. Lugubrious Low Lullaby made Chin Mahogany marshmallow. Marvelous Must Caponi Meadow Melissa militant militia. Lewis Mellow melodious. I asked him Mimosa. Mummy Moon Moon Cake Muffins. Mama Mama. Rate Muncie Mayans. Nestle Noise Sean Stein. Winkle Nova Scotia knows Osha Ocean waves or copy Porn theologist bourse. Pao says to Patisserie Penguins. Pinocchio Perfection Petra coal the Nominally Lancet plump. Up as Kushner thank you. Specify Newman Notre Microscopic Silica Volcano Congress pomerleau poltics premium prepare remark pyroclastic flow quantity radiance. Relax resplendent rhythm reba Subic. Salubrious suffer US SALSA SCISSORS serendipitous serendipity Serene Sis Kristen Tinari shimmering sin soon slim smooth smooth snooze snuggle Soliloquy subbotin super so member list similar scene soporific speak squeegee squishy stepping stocks and sunshine says cease surrender. Sustenance servants. See serrate Sousa ration- see Serious Sui swoosh Silla Bob. Thomas allowed -tendance exits relation to turn. Why the Nila very similitude often? We can whisper. Winsome Wonderland Zephyr Zephyr Zigzag Zeile. Zo is unfair ally. Furs were choices of soothing words. I hope you're able to be safe in well. In Body Mind. This was voiced and produced by me insults. His by Martin religious is GONNA break. Never really go away. You can find the episodes at the allegiance dot

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Burn Da Mk- Episode 3

Mango Kush Podcast

1:38:07 hr | 2 months ago

Burn Da Mk- Episode 3

"And we have a few technical difficulties that was going on but anyways thank welcome to the show. I know we were talking about earlier was real. Bruce isn't twenty twenty one Open mic breaking new session so any point in time that you want to chime in and say what you want to say hike. Still about certain things bill. Fritz always You know interject. Your piece is open mic realist- open form who want to hear what our listeners. I think and again. Welcome to the podcast via stereo app. Wit scientists condie's welcome tonight. We're about the foreign and a on a particular subject right now. We're talking about a racial previous assist. At twenty twenty. One will get started again. Let's go ahead and defy what race news according to national geographic and according to webster dictionary the google google Race is the fly category of humankind that share certain distinctive physical traits. Okay so the term at mris is more broadly defined as large groups of people class according to a common racial national tribal religious linguistic or cultural origin and background. Now with that being said okay with that being said thank you. I am devon three on the show. I'm gonna. I'm gonna energetic right when you got When you were kicked off. I just said man i. It's gonna be interested in your take on it. Because i'm like real cut and dry on a like this is this is what especially you know the. Us where we live this country. Bilbao just even going back into you. Know the time and it's regimes out and i hate being pessimistic about it. But that's of the hand we've been dealt with. Oh no no. I would agree so that i can second that because you know for anybody listening again we have one person. I'm going get to you chime in We will say this going. Twenty twenty We have seen we've always known there's been a divide that beckel out of melanin african descent. you know any other people people of color especially after where the bomber poll and we understand that. We don't have all the privileges privileges. As i said it wrong again then turns out. We don't have on an eye doctor man. I want to say look. We don't have privileges what defines actual american. We don't it anybody disagreed. Hey chime as local to the listener board right now. Well i'm not sure if you guys Got my response. But i was just saying that I am taking a multicultural. Counseling course my doctoral program right now. And we've been talking a lot about race and privilege intersection audi and what. That looks like Since the concept of race is actually an ideology of white superiority. We will definitely see racial privilege and the issues of race and twenty twenty one you. A breeze heard their first. We will definitely see raise going on and twenty twenty one now with that being said if that's a tough pill swallow everything going on with the prison selection. The let's be cut drive with this week. We're in case. I just because we have one first of all this does not mean we have made it outside tunnel we have. We have not made any by descru- semi hey chiming please. I want hear all. This is what they think. No burn in k with us tonight but however we don't have the same privileges prep we'll have the same rights wins on. You are thank you. My noy joined the show a hand. Clap up share on that. We wanna hear what you even with that man even if you look at it from aspect of saying hey we had a black president phaser are change sheeting change and that's my firm. Belief shit didn't change because it's it's bigger than that you got like the senate yeah people control and stuff so you know and a lot of people are gonna spend a lot of people that voted for trump going into Was that tony sixteen Abominable obama google fi ridiculous knob. Some of the some of the obama was doing that. Trump was doing same jailed. Eight hundred jam through absolutely. But that's the thing there we go okay. So that's a personal improvements. Let's switch the roles. Okay and again. I'm saying is objectively yesterday. That president donald j trump now with him saying obama. So let's to say that. President barack obama did same exact thing that president trump right. We're talking about like every single thing from what he said what you can do with all this type of stuff in preaching nationalism all that. Let's be realistic. Let's be clear on that. President obama would not have gone away with hapless stuff that president trump got away with because he got away with nothing. That not even enough. Nothing you went and got away with nothing. Zero settled somebody. We have somebody china. Look when you say. We don't have the same privileges. Are you referring to people of color. Yes yes absolutely. So i'm referring to people of color were saying and i wanna i wanna be clear tonight. Afars adhered. let's go to that. The handy dandy google Dictionary yes. I know who was a new layers. Let us the five. What privilege actually means. Okay we'll be clear on this privileged prerogative prefer to a special advantage is or right possessed by individual or group. A privilege is a right or vantage game by birth social position effort or concession. Cool now that. They put those little parameters in their by birth social position effort or concession. Now let's go hand bernie account is what black person debt you know has any advantage based on their burke come on because last time i checked i call an and it's not it's an overshadow achievements or anything but let's be realistic. I came from two param household. Both my parents were military rated officerts right military decker. Also they both are doctors level educating yes they. Both have commitment has military service throughout the entire year yet. They are military deputy decorate officers and they still get treated like shit point blank. Period is still treated like big pook. Why because of the color of my skin so there is no advantage by my social position. Let's go here then. You thought position now supposed position. I wasn't born rich. So al matt that does you dad. And that's not that's not the negate thing that you know my family or parents or anybody work hard for it is not however. I was not born risk automatically. You're not rich. You're in a whole different level or class by itself. You don't make the physician you don't make me do so much tells you. Harp bula swallow. But unless you are class in richard position it doesn't work like that effort. Yeah we forgot me live as a green you come to school. I mean every went to concession. I mean we'll be by control not really much but just by birth and social position loan. We'll have privilege go ahead. Use a chinatown and welcome to mail kush podcast permanently in session which your co hosts signed is not in con diesel. We're about to burn k. Do you or do you not feel that racial privilege will exist in two thousand twenty one grad also. I can just come in. And i know it happens. Racial by i am a coach. And i coach the white kids spanta kids. I've dealt with all types of individuals But i and and how i of function and just kinda shy is if You know i. I can't i can't sit there and harpooning. Even though i know is there is. There is knowledge it but i'm always trying to find a way to make myself better and do what i can control. That's one of the things that i strived buys. Maybe i'm sitting here and telling the bumps sitting here waiting on reparations you know that day is never gonna come definitely striving to make myself better on breaking generational curses You know these are things that you know that i try to live by as i'm getting older and i'm noticing things i'm seeing things on a i'm seeing how things function on making calculated moves myself for me. But they're being say. I mean i think you have the move differently. Now just wake up. Can you just wake up dot com and you say hey man i wanna be great because i would be great to go down to the bank and give me a loan because my parents my parents had war or i want to because i don't have i don't have that ability and you know it might not again not the heart but one was small. It might be granted taught. But i was taught that you have to put damn near three four not five times more effort the because equal. I'd mom told me that you mind your. She's a doctor. My father doctor. They told me that you'd as i was in highschool right 'cause primarily i'll be real. I work around white people and again my first real taste of blacks. You know what. I'm saying overboard you were is land. We call them songs. College college ballet de for the university. The wildcats out. But i didn't really get my first real thing until that moment. Other than i thought it was equal just because i thought i was granted i was. I was smarter than them. However got overlooked granite yet on this was still. I still remember this this damn day. I walked in to burn. Kissel my leg was. I walked into the counselors office in highschool home. I'll was there too and they told me automatic with migraines and was abc's of my dan grades and but the the the msn. Hey let's go ahead and get you on a temple on a technical pan on like even look at the. We're going to college. Prep tra and yeah. We can argue the whole college. You not for the sake of jenner out right the do to the my grades. I said we're gonna pretend tentacle path. Right off the rigs and this is like you know how can you have you categorized as a regular person and yet i guarantee you all with the school whip. I'm over the right now. But yet i'm still treated said classes and i'm not trying to use my doctor talking. The thing is up as a connection. Piece that i'm barely by but still the privilege that doesn't mean anything the privilege. Do you want to argue me on that. Listening to fifty sixty s the forty thirty you half black doctors lawyers and also thurgood marshall damn near got arrested and killed. But he was double. What does the u at this look attorney or whatever and they almost killed him still. We got some listening. We'll go hand. China now Dr brown i think you make some very valid points however I do have I do want you everybody. People have called to recognize The in depth notion of intersectional theory. And when you look at intersectional theory there are actually some places Or social locations via birth that we are advantage in One would be in. My particular case would be ability meaning. I'm a person that was not born with the distance was not born with a disability Body size being tall being athletic puts me in a privileged social location as well as Language you know the fact that we speak english. I'm sorry i was saying language. I'm also privileged in the fact that i speak english. So that's an area that i have privileged and Another thing would be the fact that You know growing up in being raised in church. My family identified as christian Being christian here in america puts you also in a social location of privilege according to intersectional theory. Condie's how you do that is something you gotta look at it to some things are. We're program as well as were born. So it's more of a program thing men like. I know she expressed that you know. Yeah yeah big tar you know you know tall athletic you know. So what does that so you know as as a black male year expected once. You're that size near that day. They're expecting you. What's the plan fucking. Nfl fucking nba play sports. And that's how i was kinda looked at. You know what people see you know somebody of a stature. Every time that i spent especially like every time we go out of town where the nola. What the hell do they do. Play bath brand bra. See on this before they even know you open your mouth speak to you and i'm not saying just anybody anybody who who is not a minority That you know they speak to you and especially if you're you're large man who play professional sports especially at the black man he probably play basketball and I it's just a lot of programming as as as we're learning my i can. We can even have another show on christianity like i. I am a christian. But i i. I've been reading more over the years in reading different histories about different religions. And this kind of learning how these religions started and you know or or how they're perceived and how they're how they're given to people out there born and their children are taught in their children thought that and their children. the thought that she needs really devote. Oh okay so would you be saying all that. Let's say the group was like so privilege in a sense is not program to you is program because for my listeners. A thank you for joining us. Give shout shot on out Job bros crash. John and blackmar joining alati. Love a breezy ham. Acting all six Let's love love all right. Thank you for joining nathan glistened. Melissa already here. Thank you for listening. You are joining the scientists nine and he conned easel co host of the male cassini has here live stereo burned the in k. Right now chime in. We'll racial privilege exists in two thousand twenty one authority burning in case you chime in on on the list and before you happen because i know you've got to go in cool so true on diesel. Definitely we have been people of color have definitely been you know the product. I guess you could say. Just just stereotypes. There are certain expectations that society expects of us. Because we look a certain way. We got one more. China won't work so with wet ms Brown said as intersectional Whatever she was saying as far as privileged so with that being said when it comes to people of color Particularly blacks when when you say we are already given vantage because like some of us english or say. Some of us have a certain bill. It doesn't sound like you give give us a an advantage. Would it sounds like is it classified us in already. Has us in a box so with you. Being person of color black ill light and saying as a as a black male they automatically going to classify all you play football or you play basketball or you know what. You run track versus. You know as far as we're black women. Oh if you're you know a black woman there's more conservative You know slim bill. So i i hear what you're saying so again it would you say is correct. Wet wet abras is correct. Will condie's oh sanskrit. You know i again. It goes back to saying that people privileges talk you know is not given his talk and talk that i have privileged over somebody or dominion over the body. So let's get a little deeper than burned in k. permanent him. We can't eight breezy point to things saying that schmidt someone to bible solve the same thing that we're using to try to build up each other is being used tear down you know. Let's be realistic. Slavery the bible enslaved us because they used pacific scriptures to enslave that you have to be subjugated to slavery that is winning. You can get mad with. That's what it is that privilege was taught not bad. Just two thousand twenty. It was taught back in nineteen ninety. Wasn't taught back in nineteen sixty. It wasn't back eighteen sixty five. It was a taunt back in seventeen. seventy six. it was taught. Wave at four. Sixteen thousand nine hundred was way back before and portugal and spain. It was taught way back then. Okay i hate to say. But that's what isn't even. Then if you wanna say that part frisbee talk hail One of the a station by the name of the clan uses the bible as their main documented to enforce their policies their laws everything else. You don't believe me going you to right now at wash. it interview kuka's member by chris. The imperial wizard brand as she breaks it out says it from scripture the scripture why they do what they do in reviews by that tool so you don't believe that privilege exists and twenty twenty. You dance your believes one is twenty. Twenty one are going to chime in twenty to twenty one hundred thirty thirty. What could all if you are slim bill as a black woman or you have straight hair. You're more appropriate for A corporate america Comfort for instance. I'm yeah i have the education. I have the experience And no matter how well do my jaw. It seems that a white person always get the job before me and i could be more qualified him. i've been told because i have natural hair dreadlocks that is not corporate so i feel like and being black in america person of color. I feel like you know when we speak english. Or if we have a certain body type or you know if we were born say in a certain class. I just feel like it doesn't give us a per se a privilege or advantage. I feel like what it does is. It helps them classified us or label. How they wanna live like they already had their mind made up. Racial privilege is definitely going to be in existence in twenty twenty one just like religion is taught. Racism is taught as long as it's gonna be being taught to generations over time. It's always gonna be here so i would expect to see that in twenty twenty one o granddaddy. Great great great great. Great great grandmother's generation. Oh absolutely thank you sam. Stokes thank you. Thank you april chiming with enjoyed your conversations for the listeners. I to chime man. We'll racial proves insists and twenty twenty. One go ahead chime in which you think. What do you think race privilege is. Is it a form of racism and a six thing about that. Well we burn ince on that you get your host scientists nine and condie's here live on stereo app were burned in k. Right now with that being said let's even go even further with that one thing that we're listener said i endemic three. She made the notion that you know what you look. Like is a bias. I mean people are taught that. Let's be realistic. Even us that you just book by its cover. I don't care what is can get anything. But i mean that racist of america their their their philosophies you touchable got cover and if you don't show what was one they say always make you put your metal you better impression best perfect you know. Let's be realistic. If i have a beer right now put on a damn koufi at walk into one nation of islam on that day. I'm hey man be wrong. Get that nigger outta here. That's what yes that's what they think yes. I know it's a harsh word essay. Jim blinn ties out. Which you being time. You'll be tied. Actually through israel privileged. You think prison exist listening tonto. We'll be talking about earlier with nate robinson. Blues lister simard listener called nate robbie in response to i am define. Yeah you are absolutely right as far as The the comment you made about you know the Discrimination that user experience you know being a black woman with natural hair and excetera and when you compare yourself to a white person a white person is always going to have more privileged than a black person whether male or female home. And when i mentioned intersection -ality what that entails is just taking a look at you yourself personally and where you have privileges we all have privileges and oftentimes when i look at where i am When i examined my social locations. I have a lot more. Privileged than a lot of people of color actually had more privileges then areas of marginal for example Being that my race is black and my gender is female. I automatically my social locations in those. Two areas are automatically considered marginalized. Yeah i mean the everything's marginalized prom color skin to shape to your hair. How you dress that kind of ties in to like no as a black man in america cannot fucking walkout outside right now with you. Know top sandals shorts law mega. The damn it don't don't the capital. I would have blacked out the tip game. You get the woods conniving that since. Oh mike is one. Have the judge that way. We always say that. Hey you know judge neighbor by this. Don't don't look enough to curb escape. Timing don't fucking coast. America teaches that shit. The vice covers. That's backwards philosophy. You know we. We preach unity. What we have fucking this unity you know. In the reason. I say that because everybody wants to get on and cry there's no type of privileged and there's nothing okay you don't believe no no raise privileged going to bank. Try to sell your house. Tried to get a business deal right do all that stuff and put african america on their urban apply for a job and and and change it to something else and see if you get a call back right. You want to tell you. No because i did actually went down. Yes my listen. I'm going to tell you the privilege eggs. I didn't put apply for multiple jobs specifically added collegiate level. Yes i may. Dr appeased the educated right over eighteen educational screens. I applied planters particular job multiple times. Put that on black on. It never got called that one. Bad salema changes up. And i put that on. Whiting pools called me back. He s you san saying but we were talking before we time they were talking about. The proves doesn't exist. Twenty eight man was crazy. I can't do that because my my name is shown that that's that's the brother i just. I can't do grow so in response to miss of brown's comment as far as privileges. I do agree that depending on where you you may have certain privileges that other people that looked like you don't have but with that being said the emmys we don't have racial privilege. We may have social status privilege Privilege as far as when it comes to education or even financial privilege Over sunday look. Lie us as you said As a white person they will always have up there up against you know above us. They will always have i deals. I guess say per se so therefore We don't have racial privilege. Yeah hair and i mean if you want to be specific with body type. I have lost. That would be considered a in also looking at culture. The cultural background of of of people of color black people in america is not accepted by more dominant culture was to be but was the be accepted like okay so i got got i got the colorado colorado get salsa sauce tonight we. We're we're talking about a privileged existing and twenty twenty one twenty twenty going into twenty twenty one. That wind was his country stabs in ted. Where where you know the full they land on jiang's down you know whatever they want to claim it'd be as you know but it's been it's been a good amount of damn time right well over four years. We are still talking same rhetoric. Now that they're talking back in the nineties talking about in the eighties seventies sixties forty eight thousand nine hundred seventy. We're still talking about that. Same old shit for the horse berkner. we're doing burgers. We feel grinded. Oh for those that listening. You ever hear the term horse burger me. Condie's came over massacres. Podcast one thing. People always do it via dan horse right so we beat a dead horse until you know grind to meet up and then grinding meat. Grimy to burger so that you're saying the blue cheese combo blue cheese crumbles in the toast got a time. Your name does go very far when it comes to the applications like. I can't tell you how many times i've walked into while i'm being veterinarian. Professional can't tell you how many times i walked into a job interview. And they're like this. This is you like yes. I'm samantha like it. It goes a long way. So i understand how a name can even play a factor in race privilege. Y'all wanna hear some crazy shit. I just i to share it. I used to go by sean. Growing up with as i did want people call me shaam because i want people to judge my best. Some crazy shit bro. I'm just sitting here thinking about and just you know. Just call me on literally. I still have my very first. Yahoo email that i've ever created for myself when i was twelve. And guess what is sean s. h. a. w. n. grad. Y'all dot com. That is the that i've had you know so's you bro out. And then you know then. I started people. Start calling me to show us dot com econ. You know that's the nickname but Desk craving. She says that i used to go by showing bro. That's crazy okay. But the thing about it. That's crazy that i mean. Screw that. And i'm going your raw fucking racism that you can't apply to the job you know. I said earlier that you gotta worry about your name. Not all by prudential who i don't give flying blitz. If i'm main damn monkey banana saying from the will gives a damn if i if i the intellect to do the purdue position and the know how to run and manage something who care but the fed. That's i'm sorry. That's system of privilege is racism with the bet for better. Everyone say system racism. Is this a handy dandy. Google and that definition john racism happens when these structures are processes are carried out by groups would power such governments business or school. Racism differs from biased which is conscious or unconscious prejudice against an individual or group based on their identity. So very we hit two different topics. That's fucking bias. Discrimination and racism. Bet the fact that someone named thank you. Sam seltzer charming. But someone has named sean or samantha should not be judged on application basis name or bibi up when it come in for interview. You know in a see if you know Dan what looks no timeout. Just real quick we talk about the job application like everybody knows you other other boys when they call you for the interview sean. Hey how you doing. I'm doing well a while. He's out of my profession. You don't want to overdo it but you wanna you also want to. You know like. I am articulate. So i'm gonna put on you know what i'm saying. That's that's crazy girl. I'm just thinking of things that you know that i've encountered just my name alone or just i know most black people most people color you know they they turn 'eternal voice hey how you doing weekly weakening against the mental health side. I've made a statement. Yes sides stay statement that every person in the dsm five. Yes i'm gonna say my education. According to the dea some pod every person in america especially a black american has dissociated identities order ak slipper sign multiple personality. You know why you just confirmed that you have to be somebody else fucking damn job. That's sick you had to put on a different mindset every single day be somebody else again. Difference between being articulate and being. I get that out ever. I should not have to go to work environmental. Vote to a restaurant or go to a A bank or anywhere you know and have to be sold articulate and yes Hey good morning or you visit. We have a few time cool. I have a very european sounding name. And the disappointment that i experience when people doubt is someone of color is just insulting. Doesn't damn shame that you had the experience. The thing about it like even a european with there. You still get by our next one. Quarterbacks ness like really a shame it really is name shouldn't impact your ability to get a job but then again you know. Have the stereotype so if it sounds like a quote unquote black name. You are more than likely not going to get a callback. Your on your slide. That nikki. Trask as crazy that we can even laugh about it. You know what i'm saying is that black people are are coping with mental illness trauma that we a laugh about shit like we have we gotta make jokes about racism and koonig and jim crow and we laugh about it even though we should be laughed about it. I'm not saying it is funny like strip about. It probably happened before. I came my mom. You know my mom. My parents growing up. They will not. Hey you know get aggressive with your job. You need to go out here and get in these people's phasing hammond the advocation so you know. That's the kind of way that i was brought up. And i'm just thinking about my you know to somebody. Hey y'all you know he sees you give a good impression and you could just lie just writing the terrorist. You'll hear liberty. Yeah we've got three time right and you know what's so crazy over the years Conned easily that we've people especially black people. We've always had to participate in code switching. You know your opinion that. I chose to go. Switching is real. You know what's interesting is that i feel i especially being black in america. We are one of the most intelligent people on this earth. You know why people don't have to change their voices To get jobs and whatnot but with black people we do. You know we have to turn it on at were. Turn it on you know Turn it off when we're around friends. You know if you ask me. We're bilingual and trilingual time as you both believe in racial privileges an s. o. What racial privileges. And for whom okay. Cool i've been waiting on somebody. Who was that at china's go back to that. That was a real talk. Paul day cool risk high to the show For those edges tune. It's scientists nine and carney's the mangoes. Podcasts here lot stereo app. We're having a good time. We're burn in k. Now we'll racial privilege exists in two thousand and twenty one so specifically will be talking about. Today we're talking about racial privileges existing for everybody but primarily. We are marginalizing the racial privileged difference between African americans aka let people and Caucasian americans ak white people right. So let's let's go. Let's go to the handy dandy research. One thing i am. I do like to actually give different examples of what difference. Go on in this country. Because i'm not the type of person may be in beijing level educated. I do not want to just come at you. Just a narrative of emotions. I wanna commend you. What agile written factual or at least in terms of article right so one difference per say a racial privilege. Let's start with this one A different a white person and a black person. A white person has a different relationship with the police and general than a black person. You don't believe me. Look at a guy named george. Floyd look at a dialing eric guard. Right look at sandra layne. Look a rashad. Looks right if you don't please argue. Roberta in k. Tonight you don't believe that you're bringing up a privilege of the police eimskip forty different points on that one go ahead and timelessness see what you say on that all the guy i think he asks you believe in it and what do believe well i was saying to privileges i mean hell. Let's be realistic. Flattened four on the bottom of the totem pole. I mean that's the way the system set up. That's the way this country set you. You don't believe me. There's a little event and sixteen nineteen fuckin- slavery that kept you at alumni. Totem pole There was something car. Reconstruction that kept you bound. Totem pole There was something called jim crow. That kept you at the bottom of the totem pole solo. Tillis damn date. You were still at the bama trouble. So i've loomed through believe that white people in general in this country of america heavy better privileged system than any other in just wanna to have one. That's fairly i wouldn't say this new but It it's finally being recognized. People are starting to see voter suppression by didn't realize how bad voter suppression was until not those hard conversations started you know being had. I definitely think out of the definitely being privileged. That is dan racial privilege wife never had whereby they don't have to worry about it and i think this might be not so much unfriendly but you know it will chime in like white people get concord with them understand that. Hey this really heavy prison this country. That's just the way it is. I know you don't want to necessarily accept it. You probably don't pump about learning ads. And i have some great wife and they know this they know and they strive to no. I'm not saying that you know at nine black folks but you know. I have some great white friends that you know they. They know man. They support everything that i do. I support people in the community. They shot blocked by those. Are some you know. i don't necessarily want to classify. No people know that. I know definitely up the majority. It's definitely saying. But i know some people who are down for the causing. I think you'd probably know some too. So i'm not i'm not gonna say so. Here's the thing. I'm not type person to say that this series town so a lot of the evidence of hearings more like anecdotal so like as a black police officer who works in inner city lower economic neighborhoods. I would say that. I don't think white people have any difference of relationship with the police in in black people. I think that there are certain things that make the black community more combative. Sometimes it makes it harder to police but in general lincoln different okay. So i'm gonna. I'm gonna get back to real talk all day. Let's keep going. I mean realistically speaking. I like that you bring up. Police brutality You know say I guess. I'm just thinking about how you. How would you connect Racial privileged with police brutality. Obviously if you have white skin you're less likely to experience police violence for that. That would be an area of privilege. Then why people do have. But it's deeper than that okay. So that's tooth. Mall tom but Sciences nine if you want to follow me. I follow you back. I run a segment on here. Actually go ask a cop. A lot of people really enjoy it. Listen on my pass. Talks i answer questions and have honest open conversations with people do you probably his nominee. Not 'cause say stupid racist shit but because of police reform and some people just like the police activity ability but if you have a conversation my brother i'm willing to talk to you or your co host of of set it up our. We'll talk about the list indefinitely. Conversation real explicit. Conversation with us with people like i said these will be like those conversation. Probably say burn a treated as you're taking that nice good colorado green hold lot right rolling up you just pop in real talk again. This conversation not to hurt anybody's feeling is not the categorized you say you're a bad person is lured to make you aware every black white skin You know asian whatever you know class or ethnic group or whatever you wanna say. It's make you aware you're not aware of what's going on. You're always overlook right. Let's go ahead and chime in into last two yet gerrymandering. There's like an iceberg. So there's there's the more visible of racism more overt on the top of the iceberg and then on the bottom. Those are the more subtle but very very impactful piece of racism as well. Thank you dana. Gopher that say of her that so definitely those leases star listeners. There says good stuff for biden dear but he has last month where we go ahead and keep earning k. Gonna run a small conversation tonight. we can run it. I'm gonna be available at about seven thirty eight five or seven. Thirty six o'clock where i'm at right now. Where you at. But it's clark rahmat so if you wanna run we can run it in a minute. I'm don our conversation. I love talking to people man. So i always try to find interesting people and especially people that i just can't have a handshake in contests with the whole time. Talk was let me down. Oh yeah definitely real talk day. We'll get we'll get that these you know said we'll have set in which you not sure about tonight but definitely will our respect out to on in Get that set up. Like i said we both like to have that perspective as the older that we give. We can't have the just. The categorize perspective is this is a bigger sprint perspective Air by has a right to the on a pink so definitely what happened setup but man you can absolutely Dang a call. I totally agree with that. Like microaggressions are real makeup. I honestly do believe and have seen that. There is a difference on say how weitz treated by police officers versus black Definitely in it. Because the reason why i say that you ever hear a say a caucasian person telling their children. Oh will you be police. Keep your hand on the steering wheel. make sure that you yes sir. No sir yes ma'am no ma'am don't have an attitude of make sure you don't reach for anything. They're they're not taught there but we have to teach our children at especially young black men so obviously when we have to teach our black children that there's obviously a difference. There's obviously a big difference on how whites are treated by police versus black. Then another way you know. It's different is when whites commit heinous crimes such as the young white man that blew that shot up everybody church. The police took him to biking. But it's right next. I get it i also do a segment. My usual homeboy to call the stone and a cop. He doesn't smoke. All we do is talk. we talk. baltazar should But no if you an answer her. I don't think it's just me looking at the numbers. White people experience more violence than black people by police. And there's a really really really really really really good website. Go to the washington post Police cry police police shootings or police death statistics or something like that twenty nineteen. They updated though in the twenty twenty. And so it's still being updated You can break down by. Who's on armed. who's armed. You know stuff. Like that. And what i found when i looked at it. And i can you all. These cases is in twelve. Nineteen there were fifteen shot on arm blackman and fifteen separate cases and twelve of those cases. It was awesome to jail for maximum sentences so like we are punishing people for being assholes. I would say an which. I'm in for little things like i say. The microbe part again with cycle of with one of our listeners said about teaching again you had to be taught. I mean that's privileged ball within the cell phone or a different mindset. I would say the fact that as komo's a black african american male. I know charlotte say the same thing like even it wasn't necessarily talk directly. He will still talk indirectly then that you know you have to always perform better the next person you know or you can't do this or constant police like if a belief comes you don't mao ball don't say this yes sir. No sir yes brad. No ma'am You know if you need to ask questions asked respectfully because i hate to say it. Certain parts of certain parts like lightbulb. Listen real talk all day. Say that yeah cop. Do shoot people do there. There are some kick ask how to shoot move. Because that's what does what the fuck they join. Police is one of these. This exercise that control over somebody Again not not gonna get on this on this session to say. There's good concert back. The teachers bad teachers. The dubs is also bad apples. I mean is it is but there are is the will point this dumb to win more the bad apples on stand out you know. Champion at three or four. John sauce black people. I believe that we have got to come together as a people. I don't look to see what the white man is going to do for me. I know that as a community of people we have got to get together we can look to tulsa in nineteen twenty when that was a black thriving community. That's what we need to give back to. We don't need to look for the government to do anything for us. We have to step up to the plate. We have to begin to do things for ourselves. Even in our communities with our police officers we have to have a mutual respect between the citizens of the community and those police officers we have to respect each other also as black people and we have to anything that we want to do. We have to start doing it for ourselves. Now i'd never bri actually agreed toll hardly Ics spirit of of you know what i was taught as key that you bear then everybody else and not to say you're better snobby yet to have that self pride. And but she station made example yet rosiak tulsa you had parts of atlanta. Pugh forgive out not only sweet arbor. You had pittsburgh mccann's view and oakland city west end that will prominent black areas. You know we have to get back to where it has to be a sense of pride. You can't always a for hand in this double edged sword it is take care oneself no not always look out beforehand. You know with the without the purpose but there are there has been privileged has been imposed on system these people. Let's go you though but then recently young black too young black boys. I mean yes. They were from the police but they weren't trying to run a police over anything like that. Guess what they were sixteen years old. The police shot the car up in killing him. Danny give them a chance to get out the car running anton you know put down. They don't give us those opportunities and yes they said because we hostile but then blacks aren't the other ones. That's how style win involved. Police you have whites do it all the time. You don't hear about them. Getting gunned down you hear about them. Getting a knee put in their net. You don't hear about that you'll hear about white women People police barging today houses. Shooting them you don't hear about that. You only hear about that with blacks and i'm sad to say but in urban communities and jeb because i'm in urban communities on me i'm hostile because i could be in the suburban area and you can see a white person be hostile but they're not gonna give them the same treatment that they will give a black person recall pill about that grew that a lot of layers to with brain innocent. We're going to revisit. These terms tackle that it turns in his. I don't really agree with. I am devon. i've i come from a mixed family. So i'm black But my mother later on married a white man and he has children and they had the same talk that she gave me. I have friends white friends who give their kids the same talk. I have white police officer friends who give their kids the same talk I literally walked up on cars where there's all white family and the dazzling the passenger. His sons the remember son keeping us all right. Yes or no sir lemieux licenses. You'll give them the safety procedures right. That's why the call the talk safety procedures right. i don't know like i think because i have different exposure. Maybe than than a lot like i think. If you're a police officer you have different. Exposure especially inner city. Police officers have different exposures than people. Who aren't another thing yeah. I don't have vowed experiences. I would never say that. I'm saying this is not something i've realized. I think everybody gets talk absolutely absolutely old in. Thank you for joining us. We're here with being over here with scientists. Nine and condie's podcasts. Live your average time on and we'll ratio privileges. Twenty twenty one of those people in china and this is why i really like body cams as well because we have body cams ryo work And it's like we've destroyed a lot of those narratives in our city and our population. Trust us a lot more because our our body. Our body cams are open to the public. If you live in the city you can request the bodycam footage and people might have found. That's why you don't see my city on cnn because we are a major cities while you do not see my city because we treat people right and through the use of cameras people understand we treat them right and my city very happy. They police most mostly mostly having. I'll be fair. Mostly everyday voters. I think that instead of like defend police shit we need to get back to ask him for some real shit like why. Don't we make it. Easier for blacks open a small businesses. Why are we reversing the workless neighborhoods. Why are we still defunding instead. He black schools that the democrats funded in the early nineteen nineties after imposing a random as standard on our inner city. Black schools. Defunding the manager. They couldn't get new institutions new teachers up to the books why reverse felony convictions of black men who were strictly in prison for possession of marijuana only marijuana why are we not asking for citizen academies free verses can deal with situations police deal with one about their rights are so people you know your rights and people say. Why is that officer anderson. And i'd say look because you can't name me all sixty civil court case so also court cases that soap as they can and cannot do against your civil rights but i m you all those annual civil rights. We re teaching people. It's all about education. My brother reach breath freeze for an here. He's going to get to the education part time on. I had to agree there once again. I mean yesterday. I got into a situation in my city. Where boyfriend shot girlfriend. They're both in the car. He's fleeing from us in the vehicle. We are chasing him in pursuit over ninety miles an hour he crashes. She's okay he gets out with a gun. He's at gunpoint. We talk downey drops it handcuffs. He goes jill unharmed and unscathed. The amount of incidents like that were black people black men especially are getting into situations that black no more violent or anything but just black people were getting into situations or armed of doing this doing that for from police. Xyz whatever this doesn't third is way higher than the amount of black people that were seeing on the tv that are dying to police now and they do depletion injustices should go to jail. The police but do not number is small. I'm always trying to convey the message of do not let the media skew us from what actual reality is last time. Here we go. I don't agree that the talk is the same in the african american community as it is in the white community as a mother. I knew that it was imperative that i taught my children that if the police stopped you shut your mouth. Yes or no sir because it was a matter of life and death so i taught my children the respect for the police officer if they want it to survive now in the white community yes they probably do teach their children the same thing but it's generally not a life or death situation. I agree on that knows. There's been a lot of things to in thank you for joining. We are a lot of good statement from a lot of different. Our listeners Just kind of homes on that one thing that was put out was education because again we our listeners. Say that you had to teach up somebody. You're educating them. So i would say there's a difference of a privilege is what you're taught you know you're taught privilege you're tall. You taught that you're on not so much you've been knee somebody but you got to operate the from waste for me man. That's like going back to when i was talking about that program by as black kunas black kids. Hey like you were taught to. Hey you're going to go get a you know you're going to get a job. You're going to work there for twenty. You know you're going to go to college. You're gonna go well now. You're gonna you know you need to go to college. You need to get a job would have salary. You need to all your jonah thirty years. You're retired like you know a tackle bond man and Definitely as the error s times as technology grows as social media as all these different things. It's a great in its are like you know as as as young less going into teams the landscape. And you know we're seeing more entrepreneurs we're seeing you know just a different side of not looking at it so i don't even on word word on the word the just that definitely just we got young black here most mosey on black you. We're talking these things we do. Well i mean i agree that yeah you say my parents both dr pierce the educated Both military high decorate officers. It taught us the same thing. But i think it this way. I think you know everything. Full circle round that you know again. This is my opinion Ah guiding worldwide grow blacks. I can say well. Based on my assumption that you know wipe you who are rich or have the money combat rattling. You're not so much talk to go to college and get a good job is pretty much. You're taught how to continue to manage family business q. Money a different type. A teach nasa and that goes back to education. We're taught in the schools like we're taught like programming. You're taught even schools. Hey we go to college get a good job. Good career ochsner. But i'm thinking now gift of the generation you know. Yeah baby boomers and you're like around my parents age. I'm not sure generation. They were you. My parents were like you know sixty sixty kids. They grew in the civil rights movement. He think it is meet saying outside looking in. I think that they even though they were taught to hate. I'll get a job and do this and work somewhere. They didn't necessarily want that. Because all of revolutionary so that was going on in the civil rights that hey we can do our own thing we can build up like our parents we can have our own. We can keep that toll so we keep that sweet auburn we can keep you know all these black prominent places and now. Why do you see such a high grade of people. Our age be entrepreneurs who say man. I can't work no. i can't work for. Nobody know thirty years and do this is almost like a different type of revolution but we had to be taught that we didn't have the privilege of being taught how to continue to manage a family bids the nasa wealth. We weren't taught her and that's different again. Those were listening Thanks for joining chime in. I can say about going back to one of our listeners. We're talk all day. He asked was different time of privilege. I know he did. I did it by the black answer. This for me you know. Wipe you have a difference approvals when it comes to learn about race in school. Let's look the facts anybody here when you're taught history you're always taught from the european Respect that you're taught from the pilgrims in the indians you're taught from james. How i king henry you know you're taught from when they colonized india. You know when they went out to australia when they come after you taught the revolutionary war. Your talked Articles federation independence. You know all this issue where there's predominantly white men doing what they wanna do. You had that fruits of learn about that type of stuff yet. We as knockabout numbers. We ask people of color and american born americans. You're only talk your snuff during black history month or your woman. You're taught the door on march. You know You're hispanic you get singled two mile. You know what. I'm saying stuff like that. You know but but the author of that was built on now on the original of color. Whatever your on you wanna give designate a few days but the rest of the year you will learn about us education google china morning. I was just gonna say Absolutely because one thing that the media doesn't publicize is the number of black women that actually experience police violence. You always hear more about the men but African american women are also lee also to affected By police brutality. Absolutely absolutely like. I say anybody that that goes back to. The store will fact that women brutalize almost just much bands. Let's go to chime in his last. I don't know if that's true. I think that we're just people and people experience fear the same especially if you look at the fact that white people are actually killed four times more in all categories van black people. I think that all people are basically taught the same. It's a fear it's apparent sphere of if this doesn't go right we'll this go wrong. And how wrong does it go. And maybe i'm biased. What i have a bias. I admit that. I have a little bias. I'm always open minded. If i'm a mind change a lot of things actually be on this app but you know i have a black sun. I'm a black man. You know. I give him the talk. Dan he old enough. You can probably hear me over here just goo gaga around saying hi doing where he knows right now but i just i just don't think it's different not invalidating you just i just don't see it. I'm sorry i respect your opinion cool cool holiday chiming in conduct. They they burn. Yeah definitely African american culture and history is missing from our in our educational Curricula today and if anybody wants to learn more about intersection analogy look into Kimberly crenshaw galls online. There's getting these last two cultures. Nothing more but about money getting ratings and you get ratings by putting inflammatory content out there. That people are going to be like. Oh my god look at that fucking asshole or oh my god. That is horrible the We hate that person or that person's a racist. Oh yeah you're gonna get a lot of people being outraged and looking at your media. Content and at the end years is going to have people hating each other and with all that they're going to get high ratings and you're gonna get more people wonder by advertising from you so they're going to get more business. I ratings experience revises agree. That's why dr president commander in chief such high rain because you know whoever keeps the it gets the most money last china and you're speaking to the media. I think they really did us. Black folk service because what you see on the media over this summer bro of black folk burnish it and we all know that's not true. I can tell you from firsthand. Experience nine percent of protest and my and across the board that i saw it i observed and i heard fellow law enforcement officers and in my own city man was peaceful very peaceful candlelight vigil singing and dancing barbecuing she. We showed up one day in riot gear. I got a free burger. And i gave her number. But what are you seeing. The media man. Black man killed somebody black man rape somebody black people riding the media's it the media's guys against our police they have against each other in. They was against the other half of our society which is the caucasian man of our society. It's wrong and it's it's just wrong. I think is wrong. Gone balderstone heavy. How you feel about the media man wrote so much being like man. That's a conversation we started talking about. Money is in viewership ratings. And that's when we start talking about viacom and all those big aspirations. But i definitely i definitely believe me the adult years most their whatever they keep going on people's faces they don't say with on say you know and angola i'm on chiming onto before we get these. Thank you for those tune in it. Scientists nine of the mangle kush podcast. Here live on. Abc were burning in k. We're talking about real. Racial privilege exists in twenty twenty point chime in burns in cave with split. Yeah i i would just say with all the stuff that said people are taught. First and foremost. I know i heard that that we're not different. Yes we are human I always give analogy This lose this issues is right. You have all right. You have a beagle rottweiler. Still dogs are not yet. One breed is distinctly different than other. They have different qualities at different trades. They do different things. But you're still have dogs. You know the top innocent the same thing however one dollars be more preference over the other dog or more than apple cows and he has not calling a dog or anything but you got the black. Man wrecking caucasian asian. You have whatever different nationality. We the same but different though. So i that that's my opinion. You know a charming film. Say about that but Let's go hand tom miozzi. We're talking about yet. The the media definitely controls the narrative absolutely absolutely media control up. You know those who are educated scholarly. Hey get a book that was written by a guy was ray. Bradbury was at. The name is called a fahrenheit. Four fifty one absolutely great book. You should read it. Shows you back in the fifties what they're doing today. Let's go ahead keep chopping in. He'll talk all day. You set to y'all to about the show. We'll talk all day. It's not true so what we saw. Those that was there was in black. Black people wasn't burning down businesses in riding in doing all that shit come on yesterday was yeah i mean they were but it was a different type of what people are destroying stuff in the reason behind. Sean we'll get into. Let's keep chopping racial privilege. I mean what are you talking about. we all have privilege if you wanna look at it certain way unless you talking about white privilege where you don't have to deal with certain racial stereotypes but you know i mean. Do you talk about racial privilege. look at dating sphere. I mean you see that. They are racial hierarchies in the dating sphere. Where certain races are preferred more than others and some races get shit. Oh yeah we can talk about that all day. you mean. that's what gang met with the media portrays of what looks good and what looks bad. That's dateable whiskey on your last to just continue a little bit. It's like most people put my hands on was in the black community the riots at black neighborhoods and there are a number two bunch of privileged upper middle class white boys dressed in all black and be and burning down black neighborhoods. And at that moment here left my eyes because i knew they burned on my grandma cornerstore sheets or medicine from our pissed off and it was fucking sad because there is no media. There's no media while these white boys burned down the near the black neighborhoods in my city but in downtown were black. People were simply assembling in the middle of the street helicopters. Does our every news station helicopter. Meanwhile cross county side of the tracks the whole neighborhoods on fucking fire. That's when i knew it was wrong that we're gonna get to slash bet that's crazy that so we'll say they physically saw that that you know they're not portraying that goes back to where they burned down atlanta rival down that that sick that someone could say that they didn't put down the media but they'll treat us like fucking animals and ceo look down. Did they ever bill shit look at his last about what can have met named phil. I definitely agree with you. Like privileged goes all the way down to animals and always people pit bulls are basically the black people of animals. Like if you ask somebody if they wanna pick war they see when they automatically think oh. That's a dangerous dog. And i'm like this dog. Like how can use stereotype. People people are crazy people. Friday people been here. I wonder man. There's been some. Dan rae dialogue tonight. Man just getting different viewpoints and just hearing other people. I'm all i'm all about being open listening. And we all have our our preconceived notions and opinions on things. Those his is definitely that absolutely. I say we burn name k rolls. Listen and thank you for my people. Live this new live. You're talking now to the scientists nine and the con- diesel up the mangled kush dot live here on. Y'all tap word has been given to check out how you got. This is the way in some you out here. Living bear paw saying we'll racial cruises twenty twenty one have open dialog. Listeners had a lot of different things going on and before we come from wind down before we come into call devil. One just have a few more words Talking about here what you think about racial privileged. I know two things we talked about specifically was racial privilege up or preference when it comes to white people with the police and also the history is more preference towards the caucasian in the educational thing off. Now with that being said someone also did make a statement that Someone made a statement at a The data game is also is a privilege and know but that goes back to the last name. We're talking about. I know con- you did mention earlier with the whole the big media companies is that we that were already burger right now. All but one thing. I will say he does go into the media with as being said one presents. Another group of people have one or more primarily against black people is the privilege of the media and the media has been shown to keep black people down. I will say this because every single thing you don't really have too. Many positive media shows about black people reason i say this. You always have somebody. I'm going to give. Ross leon in my language here yours has something like in a sense where nigga trying to kill somebody. Someone's rob somebody or you. Have you know never know father home with a mom is a prostitute or somebody fucking somebody else. Dan money or leaks drinking alcohol or somebody's rob somebody. 'cause times are struggling like good times type you know. And that's pushed in front pushed. Her front order rat media. It's always pushing front. But we see white people you know. You always see mcmansions. You see amid primarily good neighborhoods. Ec a distinct difference of s a privileged that a certain people have always had over arguing with people mahan time on their listeners. Salat so i guess that All those fuck is killing all the killing going on in our hoods and communities and shit kids die now here. You know what i'm saying. I guess those is not. it's not black. People are really doing that either. Need to kyushu room. Man year blackmar focus was out there rioting and burning shit up bottom line that she was happening. I'll say that. Yeah there's both groups of people out there ryan. And i think i was just saying as far as the difference of reasoning That were destroying stuff where there are certain areas where people primarily blacks. I would say were destroying things. You always see that their work in intermingle of why people ball so that you can even use the wings. Thank you thank you were were recycled brooks. That's brits rich shot. Not far from where our offices and guess who started. You know just like somebody do that. Britain's that bricks in gasoline. And guess what i assembly say is some black people joined in and help so. I think that's that's a lot of work in my opinion that i see but it doesn't normally be black people start. It never is that you might have a few because again. It goes back conditioning. We were taught the nonviolent polgar talk. Don't get it. Twisted is wanna take advantage to the white person The ma the window to lenox mall shit autumn bucket where they go down to the gucci store. And you know what i'm saying just to get you. I understand what you're saying broke but you know but it's also you know kinda like they give given that push that tap. The hammer started you finished. You know what. I'm saying. Like type of vibe. I you know i definitely have seen on. That type of ship is at least it's more open season like. Hey y'all go ahead the puck out. See y'all go ahead and get out. You know what i'm saying. Let's go hanky charming on. Racial privilege will always exists as long as race is this. I mean i saw that man. Everybody's racist man really if we look at it by the way you know what i'm saying people be trying to explain being. What a racist is anybody's racist man because race racist dylan if you if you love if you love your race more than any other race or call you racist saying especially if you're white non seeing you love your race black shrouded defined as something different racism. Racism somebody 'cause they race racist on this charming tell china's lame the median everybody else yet since he the raptors all our rapids. I'm saying listen to our rap isn't ship the top rappers and the top rab. Bronze would they talk among your favorite rapper. Talking about me selling millions of what they're talking about dues call you niggers for this fog that even the broads only talking about push cds and all preceding so this come on man that goes back to what himself does a rat. Algae is the worst one you used. That's most influential. And i do understand influential power. But you know what. I'm saying but went intensifies. How does that material get out. Fucking social media bro. Social media was the biggest by far the biggest advancement in it for mason traveling. That fucking change this generation our lifetime that we're gonna see that's why when i got the internet and you had to get on on dsl. That's saying jessica so not saying. I'm not blaming social media but social media definitely gave it guests. Look at second. Nate robinson is ask got knocked out. Internet feed it. People got out that stacey need. I've seen some of the craziest means ever like i noticed. I'm not a fucking boxing. And i'm not gonna play box but you know he gotta know. Just anybody gotta noted something crazy happens something embarrassing motherfuckers. No you don't have. Internet is built man was knocked out of climate is later. He was a mean wall cake. Work honesty him on the cover. We bag like no. They pull out the barbecue designed jim literature. I completely agree with the gentleman when he was saying as far as the black on black crime and black communities. We are the ones commit in it. That is a whole nother conversation. Because he goes deep far back back to the willie theory and how that theory has played in two world today. on how our communities are and the violence in them of course not forgot the term as when they say you still have a slavery mentality or you're basically suffering from the past And i'm not saying that's an excuse that something we gotta work on but with blacks as you can see where he basically we're at war not with just the system were quote unquote the white man but also we at war with ourselves so we have to figure out how to battle. I goes back. That's like that crabs in a barrel mentality what we're gonna do these other time. Dog social media. Inc the one right in the reps man nam saint trying to bypass the rapids in blaming on social media. I don't care how to fuck you. Start with the author man wherever road that shit whoever's getting paid full for that shit so come on man on he says that it's not so much associated with what was paid trying to be said. Is that yeah you what. You're saying that the weapons are making a rap but social media's the gun that makes sense it's shouted you wanna use the author. He's the bahamas off to shoot off saying exactly the bulletin gun. That's just push gets a better push to make an android or they're paid to make. It still gets out quickly. Because you know i do. I do agree in a sense though. Because i mean even with you know with the rappers. I look at look at what we came up. Under by arjun ration- we have you know the pie big. We had j. Now's own even like from. The south was our first on the down on fucking kilo. Ali outcast on is just the way that i was granted any missing. Not necessarily time do today was fucking doing. This analysts china on. And you know thank you. Listen quick like you said even the privilege of music listening about that shit now this of music. I mean granted. I mean i know say wrapped with Probably listen to like heavy metal and death tones like industrial music so different wavelength than you negroes. You is different is like it's it's that's all fiji you know what i'm saying. He said that or slow as our retarded tatas fuck all day time and you know level on in have you know wet out of sex with locking going chombo man. Yeah yes not funny and those everybody wrong like it. It was just outrageous. Some of the stuff that that they've been they were putting on in those. I think that the nastiest one is when a when they did the martin one a don that s you know with the privilege with this listener tech universal privileged. How disrespectful it may be may be photoshop. Or not ballistic real. How disrespectful is it with jake paul to go on as they wear that new jersey business get old would disabled. Say it again social media. They should have disrespecting push out as a slap in the face is. I'm saying we're going to charming on hand. I agree with you. i am divine like at end the day you know. We are still suffering from post traumatic slave disorder. We we still crabs in a barrel dot com. Say we're still suffering metals barrel before we before we end. Let's get it last. Few things. Closer martin so to piggyback on what he's saying as far as the music industry rap. I definitely agree. That hip hop music does play. A robot is not just wrap because even with the white keys. Listen to hardcore got the rock music is self does play a role. I mean. Think about if anybody you know into the bible. They know that lucifer was to angel of music. Which is ironic right but the disabled hip hop the message that we are giving the i will say that had deadly changed over the years we hip hop i came out. It was used as a tool to voice our frustration. Our thoughts our minds. Yes hip hop has definitely changed. I will agree with that I don't like most of the music especially these college distributed music or pushing music. Whatever that's coming out because not realistic. That's not what we go through. So yes. When it comes to the music we are artists. Have to figure out how to change. The buddha used. That's the nba conversation another night just being music. The conversation that i love the dell to lose you'll get deep within. We got got these other. Times are rap. Artists have to figure out a way to change the narrative and being someone they actually have you know a background in the industry behind the scenes on believe it or not a lot of free and you know when you sit in front of you know they're board or you're a are they go through your music. You have some positive well. That's not hat right now. That's not hot right now. And i know that because i i made rap song they say hey you know all about the positive you want to uplift our black man you wanna talk about the struggles. They've let go. That's not hot. right now was hot right now. Is you know you talk about you. Know ocean air bags. Whatever birkin bag owner of the ugliest purses but it's just not realistic so and believe it or not. Our industry hip hop even controlled by others by blacks. That's why a lot of people are so we have to get control back of the industry of our music because it's ours and the second we have to change the narrative way too much money man. I never take that does go back to the state of people who get start doing our own like we used to go and get his last time on up so tell me distant man. 'cause when a rapper is out there on the mall i could performing right d- performing live in should've show and now they gotta spit day rahman shit shit. So who who's how social media responsible for that because fuck is standing in front of thousands of more fucking people and in you know what i'm saying. He and he spit in that. Fuck you nigger nigger diss bitches. That in the broads be up dead nigger suck this nigga suck pussy wet this. Get the fuck outta here. We we won in by other people treating us come on man. We wanna make a change. You really want black people to change to make a change. Got to deal with that change with with ourselves. A whole nother conversation. Me at understand the flunky. Also begbie back to get this. We'll go back Use some some terminology used talked about earlier. That's that i'm a switch off. Girls live like that. I tell us all about money influence. That's that's drives. A lot of these. Push the rapper. The fucking media. Lucky but that's you. Gasoline generation shifted. This era has shifted to wisconsin cds. And and you know what. I'm saying looking at aspect street to now to wear modified. The student is over a million streams over a million streams of your fucking music which is hard data that you know by the end of the week known insider. It's just the industry shifted man. I don't fucking fan. But i'm just telling you gotta have a catalyst this you could cause you that same situation you just say now. What if this fucking unpopular iraq. You're picking your player because the rapid nobody's fucking knows two thousand he built back. That person built backfield. How do you build a nowadays. In this era you build it through social media you like what would what do you put your music l. baffles spotify put it on a catalyst you just just because i won't fucking against the rabbit on me massino having influence of anybody nitzan and that's why i made my comment that we asked a black people must get ourselves together as a community of people. We cannot continue to look for other people to do things for us. We need to form coalitions. We have got to get it together. We have to stop killing each other. We've there's so much that we have to do one of the listener stopped about the willie niche syndrome. And i totally believe that is still affects us to this day and so we as a community of people we need to come together and we need to pull ourselves up and we have to form coalitions so that we can make better lives not just for ourselves before the generations to come after absolutely. That's fact right there and see me. I'm not concern. Would other races. You know what i'm saying. Like i don't care about if white people killing each other or chinese killing each other or champing. I don't care about nobody else race. The minds as far as when it comes to the to the issues. And i'm saying so people be trying to yoyo. We'll happens year but listen these people kill each other to come on man the fuck man or kids. Die now here man. My kids fucking kids like babies should that should that. She's like real shit. We get that conversation. And i'm saying it's like you know i guess we all experience different things when i listened to what i'm hearing this young. Been to me. Like i got her. Yeah empower in dome matt if the in living in life. That's not even the point. The point is yeah and half the time you build it by being ignorant acting acting ignorance i agree i agree with debra brown on most definitely i also think that you know i'm losing my china thought Was say i'm with jucci man. I do not care about anybody elses race. What they are doing to each other on talking about us as black people. We have to stop killing each other. We have to learn how to respect each other. Instead of killing each other. We have a disagreement. We gotta work this stuff out. Because i am one hundred percent which g. man we have got. I don't other people were doing other things. I'm concerned about my black people. Oh i was just gonna say that. Yeah we we have a lot of trauma that we have to work through as well on those a lot of unresolved issues that you know we as people carry in We have to work through those things in order to be able to build a better stronger community in the future. Yeah absolutely. I know about the show. But he with that being said no debra brown and up both have made a great point. As far as we both agree at in condie's we'd need staff yonge only get somebody's blah blah. I'm just saying that. The conversation was about rappers. Music music is influential but it also needs a cattle. That was what i was saying. I feel like i told him. I definitely agree with what his hand like. But also i mean just just. Because i'm a rapper doesn't mean info. Yeah have they like you know. Go thank you the privilege that as racial group we gotta you know. Of course people have to start to focus on you know what's better for the community that they live and you know and but again right now for another conversation the media does control that but hey my happy listeners we are coming to close of it broadcasts. We do appreciate you all tuning in this evening. It is here the scientists nine with the diesel of podcast app. Thank you for joining us. This evening chime. We appreciate you all shout out to everybody that taught to the scientists diesel Any point in time. Follow us on instagram at in. Kpd caz you can also follow us individually at scientists nine in why in the eagles fall at khan diesel at x. Koa in d. i. e. s. l. x. polito for social media falls issa. Bram we wanna tune in which you all. We appreciate you offer. Burn the ince. This evening and guaranteed. We're gonna bring you back with that colorado in later on this week k. so check it out. We'll see you all subscribe the words. Check out how you live right.

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