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"callahan" Discussed on Company of One with Dale Callahan
"Welcome to company of one podcast episode 199. Today. We're going to be going into a coaching call. Well, actually the remnants of the coaching call. I don't have the coaching, it on here with this live. But the question that I'm hearing so often is what do you do when there's no leadership. There's a leadership void. Now back in episode 156. I'll put a link in this to the show notes. And this is Adele Callahan 199. What we're trying to do here is help people think through your career or career satisfaction how to maximize their profit to how to maximize their revenue how to maximize their salary if you want to call it that but the frustration I'm showing up. I'm seeing show up so over and over so often is this leadership void, so I'm talking usually two people in large corporations. So well, I wanted to take the corporations, but you can probably guess it could probably be any Corporation who these people are in a leadership position the leadership above them. There's a void for so many reasons now back in episode number 156. What we try to do is look at how do you take the lead dog? Leadership void and I won't repeat all of that except to say that, you know a lot of times when there is a leadership void you can step up and not literally take the position but you can step up on a lead and actually make things happen because nobody else is but there's something that's been showing up a lot that's a little different than that. It's where that doesn't really bear itself where you can actually step in and do that because of the setting because of the complexity of the structure of how the companies work. There's so many reasons and so long I've been talking to a lot of clients that are just like I feel frustrated and that's usually what it is, by the way, it's not that they're it's not that they're they're companies falling apart. It's not that they can't go in and just They can't make some decisions. They can't go in and do a job. They can get paid as a matter of fact. The problem is just the opposite that they they can go do all those things and barely do anything and that's just it's just not very satisfying. So I was on the phone with a client just the other day and his situation was that they had morning routines and activities to do he had some things he could go and get involved in but nobody was sitting Direction..
"callahan" Discussed on Company of One with Dale Callahan
"See. Okay. Well, that's County and we really appreciate you taking your time out and sharing. We have a good turnout tonight. I wanted to make sure that people had a way to contact you in to visit your website. If you could put that back on the screen four people. Yes, once again, I forgot to do let me do that. Let me hunt that back down. It is somewhere embedded in here. All right. Nope, that is not yet. Why do you know just if you just Google? Dr. Callahan the company of one that you will bring up your podcast and like to encourage people there tonight. He's got a great podcast. Yeah, that's probably the best way to yeah my I've shut down my PowerPoint and okay, everything's all confused. But yeah, that's the that's the if you just Google my name you should be able to find you know, my my webinar site and everything. So there were a couple more questions. How do you draw people to your website? I'm going to take that's just a generic from anybody's website the and that that is the trouble that is your trouble that is marketing so long. I mean I wouldn't be I would be very just looking at where things are today. You know, there's a bazillion website out there. You're basically sitting out there and in la-la land and and not going to be found. There's people to do SEO traffic keywords that kind of stuff helps talking about your product a lot using the words describing your product thinking about what it is a person with searching Google for and using those words if you like if I'm selling watches, let's say I'm on a cell an apple watches on my site and so it got a simple side and selling Apple watches then I want I don't want to get fancy and called in time basis. You know, I want to say apple sauce. Just and I want to and then say it a lot on the site. And of course there's a billion other sites that are saying Apple watches. So you want to do some common sense stuff, but then you just think about Good Old networking..
Washington state again fails to live-track murder hornet
"Or on the hunt for a murderer Hornet that seems to have vanished. Poof Jack Callahan With more entomologist in Washington State report, A murder Hornet has evaded their latest tracking efforts, somehow shedding a GPS device. They'd tied to her with Devil flaws that earlier trying to glue a device to another hornet They've got, but it fell off native to Asia. The so called murder Hornets can deliver painful stings to humans, but they got that nickname for their ability to decimate honeybee hives in a matter of minutes because honey bees pollinate many of the region's Outcrops Washington State bug experts are trying to locate the murder hornets nests and destroy them. I'm not laughing, but how would you like to be the person that attaches the dental floss and flus around the murder Hornet? No, I don't want that job like giant huge. Thank
Mitt Romney backs prompt Supreme Court nomination
"Jack Callahan Fox News. President Trump revealing. That's when he'll announce the nominee to fill the Supreme Court vacancy. I'm getting very close to having A final decision made under the key senator says he will back the president. In the appointment. President Trump Rally in Pennsylvania actually thanked his longtime GOP nemesis, Mitt Romney, for siding with him and backing a pre election vote on his soon to be announced Supreme Court nominee The decision to proceed with the new nominee is also consistent with history and I'm precedent. Andi, that's right, come out. By backing a vote. Romney becomes the latest and perhaps most consequential GOP domino to fall all but assuring the president's pick will not only receive an up or down vote, but very likely a confirmation. Fox is Kevin Court congressional
Remote Workers are Building Tiny, Gorgeous Backyard Offices
"Now, here's a pandemic inspired trend and a business opportunity very few saw coming the backyard office. With the kids and the spouse at home for months, remote workers are struggling with all that new found and occasionally unwanted intimacy so more and more of us are building tiny offices in our yards. are yards that's right and while the smallest of them may be no more than one hundred square feet or so they can be pretty plush while some handy. Do It yourself or designing and building these standalone getaways themselves others are purchasing stylish prefabricated tiny buildings and that's boosting growth for some existing shed companies and sparking some entrepreneurs to start new companies to fill the sudden demand among them modern shed studio shed, and the one with our favorite name. Some elbow. Room I mean for crying out loud elbowroom room right first. Let's get one thing out of the way. The opportunity to build a separate fully electrified heated and air conditioned office in your yard is a privilege that many just don't have for one building an extra room in the yard requires you to have a yard begin with still it's typically far cheaper than adding a room to your house. Those costs can run more than one hundred, thousand dollars at kangaroo. Systems Kangaroo get a prefab builder out of Waco Texas. The cost of their smallest unit called Quick Room starts at five thousand dollars. Modern sheds prices started about ten thousand for a one hundred square foot shed not surprisingly prices begin climbing as customers expand the size and especially the charm of the buildings at a bathroom in your budget expands further that said privacy is obviously valuable these days which accounts for the sales growth prefab shed companies have been experiencing since. The pandemic emerged Mike Caning CEO of Colorado based Studio Shit Tolsey NBC that by May, the company sales had quadrupled over last year. All signs pointed toward that growth accelerating at modern shed sales were up twenty five percent. June as the summer wore on modern shed general manager Tim vaccine interest gauged by download. The company's catalog was up four hundred percent in typical summers. Interest rises about fifty percent. He told USA Today as homeowners consider buying playhouses and garden sheds. This year, you're more likely to put a desk and a couch in your new tiny building than a shovel and a rake unlike sheds of old. These tiny buildings can look like decorators dreams. They arrive prebuilt with fully insulated walls covered with wall, wood, paneling, picture windows, Cedar Shingles and other decorator touches make these miniature houses well worthy of Pinterest and instagram. And while they can be expensive there also a good investment for people considering Resale CNBC says, a Home Office has shot to the top of the must-have list for new home buyers. It's also a lot easier to build separate tiny offices in your yard than it is to add onto your home because of the prefab nature of these products, Mike Caney, the studio shed. CEO told the new. York Times. They've had a building helicopter to a remote in Alaska and even brought up freight elevators in New York. Providing you don't need a helicopter to take delivery of your new office. It can take only weeks to have your new refuge built once delivered, you'll need a crew to install it and hookup electricity and so forth or you'll need to put in some muscle of your own and keep in mind you might need a city permit or at least approval from an Hoa one other piece of advice for entrepreneurs listening this could be a trend worth. Jumping on if you have construction background and access to supplies, designers and labor. That's what Aaron Callaghan. Co Founder, and CEO of some elbow room did with her husband. Patrick. Callahan, she recently started some elbow room in San Antonio there blanketing the area with marketing and expect to make three quarters of a million dollars. This year like modern hsieh studio shed prices started about ten dollars per square foot but back to buying one of these cute little refuges. Whatever you choose get in line, this is a trend that's just starting and it's likely to get bigger fast as we all continue to shed. The High Rise Office for our own twenty foot commute from the kitchen.
Trump nominated for 2021 Nobel Peace Prize by far-right Norwegian politician
"News alerts. President Trump nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. On Jack Callahan. Fox News. The nomination, coming just three weeks after the president helped a broker and historic Mideast peace feel. The Nobel Peace Prize nomination submitted by Christian Ty Bring Jetty, a member of the Norwegian Parliament lauded President Trump for his efforts in solving protracted conflicts worldwide. Donald Trump was the first one to be able to talk to North Korean leader and, Ah I think he has let's say the under automatic way of getting in touch with people and talk to people and then this. Ah, instances what a good thing Ty bring jetty of four term member of Parliament said based on merit President Trump has Dunmore trying to create peace between nations the most other peace prize nominees, including his recent key role in the establishment of relations between Israel and the U. A box of John Becker in Washington, reports the 2021 Nobel Peace prize will be awarded in October of next year. The accord between Israel and the United Arab Emirates will be signed at the White House next Tuesday.
"callahan" Discussed on Company of One with Dale Callahan
"Welcome back to the company of one podcast. This is your host del Callahan. Today we're GONNA talk about. How do you deal with a setback? This is episode Number One, Ninety of the company of one. And the subject of had deal with setback is something that we just we all have to deal with. And I'm finding I over the years of coaching people. I spent a lot of time talking about setbacks some of them pretty big setbacks some of them. Minor setbacks to me. Right, but a setback to us no matter with this big deal such as losing a job or it's a small deal like a project didn't quite go the way we wanted it to. He no they're all big at the time and they all are devastating kind of Gut Punch of what's happening. So. We get derailed on these kind of things and I wanted to go through some stuff and I, and I don't have the link to it. But some of this of came from as I was listening to how elrod podcast. and. It reminded me of the book What is the name of the Book How To stop worrying and start living in some of the things that I have found that helped me get my head. Out of the mud will because man don't we get our head in the mud about some things we really uptight. We get wound up and we do stupid things sometimes because of this. So. Let's talk about some examples of setbacks. Right? We have setbacks that may be a job loss. Whether it's a you got fired or the project ended or your contract ended sometimes unexpectedly of had all of those happen. And sometimes just at the last moment and you don't expect it and you're just like what what happened here and in you go off wondering all kinds of things I mean you know the kind of thing. So you go off wondering you. was I not good enough to they..
Lawyers: Autopsy Suggests Inmate Suffered During Execution
"Appeals by lawyers who hope to stop a pair of federal executions next week, Attorneys for Keith Nelson claimed that an autopsy on an inmate executed in federal prison last month Showed signs that Wesley perky, probably felt like he was drowning as the execution drug rendered him unable to move or speak and was therefore unconstitutionally cruel. Nelson is set for a lethal injection next Friday for the 1999 rape and murder of a 10 year old Kansas girl. And the U. S. Supreme Court will consider Ripley from Lensman Mitchell to stop his execution Wednesday. He claims the jurors who convicted him were biased against native Americans. Jack Callahan, Fox News
Officials from Seattle metro area of King County brace for the hot weather after deadly year for drownings
"Of the year is here with near triple digit temperatures expected. Almost. Ryan Harris has the reminder from rescuers to keep yourself safe on the water. We're already ahead of the pace for the average number of drownings this year, so King County public Health and the sheriff's office are worried they'll be extra busy this weekend. The main reminder is always that a life vest or other flotation device worn properly all but guarantees you won't drown. But Sheriff Sergeant Ben Callahan also says Don't head out without a plan. When we go out into the beautiful lake a lot of times it's forgotten that this is wilderness. It's the equivalent of walking into the middle of the woods are going for a long hike, and there's not a lot of people out. To help you. It takes us a substantial amount of time to locate and find people in distress on the water, Callahan says. You're required to have a state boat operator safety card for most vessels, but he recommends one for everyone is an extra step to keep yourself your family and your friends safe.
"callahan" Discussed on Company of One with Dale Callahan
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"callahan" Discussed on Company of One with Dale Callahan
"Trying to find out how to do your job better, so you get curious and asking questions whether you disfie- should find shiny objects in one. Go find out how they work or you gum curious about what your customers have got going on, and you get out there and ask questions, and there's other ways to get curious. Getting curious taken an information helps you identify opportunities. And it helps you get noticed as the person. That is interested and can get things done. So as we go into as we're going through this summer, and many of us are struggling in this covid time when this is being recorded, you know this is a great time to find out how to brand yourself how to market yourself. Curiosity is because there's a whole lot of people out there. That are sick of zoom meetings, but would just really likes somebody to talk to. That is just asking questions about them and not just another boring meeting. So, this is curiosity at work. And I'M GONNA. Leave it there I'll just leave it there tonight. Because or today whenever you're listening to this, and for those of you that are joining us for the first time. This is the company of one podcast. Appreciate your listening and we're looking for podcasts reviews as I said in the beginning, the show notes to. This is Adele Callahan dot com slash one eighty I think I told you wrong. It is one eighty three. So y'all have a great one. And we'll talk to you later..
"callahan" Discussed on Company of One with Dale Callahan
"Using, your curiosity to market yourself. So this is the question that comes up a lot about marketing is how do I stand out and we've been talking about the last couple of weeks in the company of one podcast. From Probably Episode Number One seventy four, we started talking about the company of one model, and then we'd been talking about operations in the marketing side, but on a on the last couple of weeks we've been talking specifically about marketing. And how do you market yourself? And so this is continuation. Last week we were talking about using linked in to market yourself inside and outside of the company that you work for in other words finding new possibilities. And I'll have links to all the show notes inside this show notes at Dell, Kellyanne dot com slash one eighty, three, this episode number, one eighty, three of the company one podcast, and then the show notes. We'll have links to all those company of one where we've been just really taking apart the company of one model and kind of explaining what's going on. But the principal here is. How do we help you make more money. So I'm on the phone with a client today and we're talking about his opportunities to make more money and I spend a lot of time talking about what's called the thirty thousand dollar challenge. Because a thirty thousand dollar challenge, the graduate degree I run. Is Thirty thousand dollars. And what we tell people is when you come here and you spend thirty thousand dollars. Your goal is to make more money, so we make it easy, and we say what we want you to do. Is Earn thirty thousand dollars a year more every year, so if you to do a on investment financial calculation, that's great return on investment I spend thirty thousand and every year thereafter a making thirty, thousand or more, plus because I spent the thirty thousand right. That's why we spend money. We invest money. This would education is about. And we're talking today with one of these clients and talking about the fact that he's trying to figure out the thirty thousand dollar challenge. He's trying to figure out. What does he do to make more more money? And curiosity came up and so. It kind of took me off the game of what we were planning to do on some of the things that will it's curiosity is. A powerful tool to brand yourself. See, it happens so often. And we talk about it a lot, but I don't ever really stop and address the curiosity subject, so we're GonNa do that today here? In the company of one podcast, but first and foremost I would am asking you for podcast reviews. I'll say this right up front because I know how some of US listen to podcasts that they might go away. We're listening when we're running I. would say we're listening when we're driving to work, but less and less people are doing that. So podcasts world has kind of been interesting. Is The you looked at the stats? that. People are engaging with podcast and videos differently. But Hey look when trying to get podcasts reviews because that helps other podcasters or other podcast. Listeners know what to listen to, and it helps them see what's going on out there, so there's a link in the show notes. Del Callahan, dot. com slash one eighty three of how to.
"callahan" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast
"They give you a heads up. How hard is it to prevent it now? I want to stop I. Think they want the cops there? They want the clash with cups. They want to continue the war on police. Because blue lives don't matter. Keep the keep that in mind, turtle'll you can watch you live at nine pm that you deal. The am every night. A subscribe to the You YouTube Channel Smash. That like Button Hook, it up. We're going to be there every Tuesday Thursdays. Nine o'clock and plans to have dave back on anytime soon. Max Sober Dave's a little bit better than drunk Dave isn't so that was a good. We had a good show that didn't we and that's started. which just randomly call people trend? Didn't it because you? have been doing that for a long time. We call we call a rats redemption our Jerry we call up all the ratchets gamma. Chance on facebook Kalman get them on I. Got Another on Saturday nights going to be a good time in all honesty, it is an entertaining show I'm dead. Serious I've watched ever since I joined that show you. You fuck around better than anyone. I think I've ever seen. Do Youtube chose like? UPDATES ANY GUM barstool updates cullen. Really I mean I. I think it's the same thing on vacation so. Hopefully the thing. Would you say they felt porno? Abe. was standing with Bubbas. He tweeted or talked about feeling duped yet because. I I mean I call Dale Arnold. He tweeted. You know he was wrong. Which is fine? lots of people wrong. Not everyone admits I'd be curious if porno first of all I. Don't Think Personal Porno actually believed that to begin with it just was. He's a nice guy, so he says I I stand with BUBBA. He's gotTA. Feel silly because he knew bubble was full of Shit, and he stood by him. Anyway like so many in the media did. I mean we'll see. We'll see. He's on the POCONO. We'll see how he does this weekend. What are we going back into a studio by the way when we want? Is that happening? Okay so it's all up to me I'm I. Think I'm ready, so we can. You wife now we're ready. She gave me the clearance I'm free, I'm free. We'll do it soon. I'm not sure turtle boys up for it, but I the the saving me on the two hour commute. I'm not gonNA complain about but. It gives me something to do it out of the house. We'll let you know bags Turtaboi. Thanks to shake concrete allied paving thanks to DC YOU and and flagship and Birch gold. Anyone else to thank Conan. You're the album coming days. Wait, we. Yup I. Keep on, wait for those checks to arrive in the mail. You a hoarding them and you gotTa. Give them all at the same time. I mean I'm so underpaid here that I gotTa, I gotTa Take Care of myself I, and then I'll figure out your situation. You'll get your percentage. Thanks guys I'm Jerry Kelly. This is the Callahan podcast. We'll talk to you again Rousson. Why am I stopping you? No one else stops. Can I go home? Good Gerry Callahan podcast?.
SpaceX rocket successfully carries new satellites into orbit
"SpaceX launched dozens more satellites into orbit today as fox's Jack Callahan reports the falcon nine rocket lighting up the predawn skies over the central Florida coastline this morning two one zero the top the top okay and to deploy fifty eight starlink satellites into orbit the fund to provide high speed internet to areas of the globe were cable and fiber are not available and three other satellites for high resolution earth imaging minutes after the launch the booster rockets landed upright on a barge at C. one has landed several minutes later SpaceX reported successful deployment of the satellites on
"callahan" Discussed on Company of One with Dale Callahan
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Colorado cafe owner says she's reopening against order because it's a 'constitutional right'
"Radio a restaurant owner in el Paso county being warned that she's violating a statewide order by opening her dining room to the public the owner of Karen's cafe and Stephanie's bar and grill in Callahan says she's exercising her constitutional rights she plans to keep occupancy at less than fifty percent observe social distancing and do constant cleaning to ensure the health of our
New York City's Expanded Open Streets Program Starts Monday
"With the weather becoming warmer the city is moving ahead with its open streets program on Monday more than seven miles of streets will be set aside for pedestrians the mayor says that'll include four and a half miles inside for tryin park flushing meadows Forest Hills park Callahan Kelley park Grant Park and Silver Lake park two point seven miles of streets that are adjacent near parks that'll help to expand in effect the parks albeit Carl Schurz park court square Highbridge park lieutenant William teeing triangle Prospect Park Stapleton waterfront park and Williams bridge
Small-Business Aid Stalls in Senate as Democrats Demand More Funds
"The Los stalled by Jack Callahan fox news on the proposal to add two hundred fifty billion dollars to the payroll protection program no deal at least not yet that's the net effect of the ongoing negotiations on Capitol Hill as Senate Democrats blocked a Republican measure to set aside another two hundred fifty billion dollars for small businesses across the country treating this as a normal Bob Carter no normal kind of partisan negotiation could literally cost Americans their jobs but Democrats argued despite the two trillion dollars already in the pipeline to assist those affected by the pandemic another two hundred fifty billion is simply not enough among their demands added protection for minority owned businesses plus more money for local government food assistance programs and hospital fox's Kevin Corke reports there will be another attempt to pass the measure next week
Apollo 15 Astronaut Al Worden, Who Circled Moon, Dies At 88 in Sugar Land, Texas
"A largely unsung hero of the Apollo program has died astronaut L. warden who made just one space flight he flew to the moon in nineteen seventy one aboard Apollo fifteen but as the command module pilot he orbited the moon all astronauts David Scott and Jim Irwin landed on a Ford died in his sleep Wednesday he was eighty eight one Jack Callahan this is fox
Oregon coronavirus infection becomes third case of unknown origin
"Your potential community spread cases on Jack Callahan fox news one of them in Oregon I understand that this news is concerning however I want to reassure you that our state and local authorities are responding quickly to the case as Oregon's governor Kate brown says health officials are trying to learn how that patient came in contact with the virus but the centers for disease control hasn't yet confirmed the state's positive test and there's apparently a second case in California the patient is an older woman with chronic health issues who was suffering a respiratory illness her physician contacted health officials and she was quickly tested it's unknown how she might have contracted the disease trace Gallagher reports that makes three cases total in the U. S. of unknown origin a
Jondi Whitis Energy Psychology, Tapping with Kids, & EFT Tools
"Excited to have with me today. John D. Whiteness. And we are going to talk about energy. Psychology says. She's a master trainer and practitioner in Energy Psychology. And I know we've talked about on the pipe as before. Eft But she's also going to talk to us that as well as t t t and the other one is tft which I have honestly not heard of So I'm excited to learn as well so welcome Chandi thanks. It's a pleasure to be here and you started talking. We talked to vista few minutes before I hit record about Energy Psychology. In where that what it is great. Well I'm just a real swift ride through the ages about five thousand years ago or sell. Who's county Asian medicine primarily Chinese medicine? came up with the concept of the energy body and the idea of balance. Everybody's seeing the yen young of balance right and so one of the things that the Chinese figured out way back was that we have life force within us. We are made of it and we have it within US and when it becomes imbalanced that is sort of the bottom line of Asian medicine is to re balance the life force otherwise known as cheap and so thousands of years later finally catching up and so we have integrated this into our western medicine. Traditions and perspectives. And we call this area a very large umbrella. We call it energy medicine or energy. Psychology there rather interchangeable terms really Neither is quite right but Somehow energy all of its own We would probably get lots of Exxon mobile ads if we didn't specify so we're not yet to good at specifying what we mean. And so we've designated these two areas so far So since the eighties we have really been working on this area and it expands very very quickly because it is part of the mind body connection which almost everybody on the planet so far and it's an expansive dynamic area of inquiry which tells us about that the marriage of consciousness and physical health and this thing we called emotional health or wellbeing and so all three of these tenants are sort of carried together in crucible of energy work that we do in the eighties. There were three scientist Let me just rephrase that three practitioners that were really into scientific inquiry about what could be better for my clients and that's kind of people we like right. They're always driving. Find something new and wonderful for their clients. Hell and so there was a chiropractor Anna psychologist and psychotherapist and independently as scientists. Want to be all three of them determined that if they took these ancient Asian principals they were finding out about about bodies cheat and balance and manual stimulation of the Meridians which is just a fancy word for that the veins highways which life force or chee travels throughout the body if they were doing that simultaneously with their other endeavor. Cairo Presser Psychology. They got a much bigger and more positive outcome and so our tradition. That I'm talking about today is really derivative of Dr Callahan's. He had this idea that together. These things could be called thought field. Therapy T. F. T. And over the years it was just actually for a professionals in the mental health area. One of his students though was the Stanford trained engineer call Gary Crag and turned out that he was really good engineering student but what he was really interested in was human engineering and so he started taking every course he could find and spent hundreds of thousands of dollars in personal empowerment and looking at all the different ways that one could elevate themselves and their health and he decided to take Dr Callahan's work and squash it into an elegantly simple little quirks and he called it. Fta for emotional freedom techniques and so there's a couple radical things that we love him for He's still very much with us. But one of the things is the ability to send the size this little unique down sized reverse engineered packet that called. Eft Much smaller easier to use for the world than its predecessor. The other thing was he had this idea that he expressed about all negative emotions were actually energy disruption and people went and so you know he's he's probably not still out there explaining that concept but the basic idea including of my direct mentor. A Gwyneth. Maas is it's about a consciousness of a disruption in your energy system which is right. There is some thing that happens. That alert you to the fact there is a disruption in your equilibrium. And that's as they say where it all began and this is what we do in energy psychology. Since that time. I'll give you that thirteen. You ask about T- t TS stands for trauma tapping technique and it is a derivative that is directly from Roger Callahan and Gary Craig and comes together in another kind of algorithm which is closer actually detail but its value as that. My friends go NEELA. Calm and youth. Sandstrom are Swedish and they have spent half their lifetime anyway in the Western diaspora of refugee camps and children of war. I displaced persons and they have spread this work. He t t to everyone they found in the beauty of it is they decided because there are well over three hundred dialects that they would never be able to master those or be understood. Etcetera Etcetera. Bingo they had this great idea. Let's make wordless. Let's just do an algorithm or prestige and make it wordless and we'll tell people through a confederate a compatriot a local a guide. We'll tell them to please the symbol. Everybody and we'll tell them to please think about that. Which troubles you and while you hold. That thought see going back to thought. Fail therapy while you hold. That thought we want you to do this. Little Algorithm of manual stimulation. And big. Go you'll feel better and so now you have all three Ts. That's fantastic ahead Lorna Mine. Wiser on and she also talked about She's a friend and the beautiful work that they're doing you know particularly or it's telling viewers if they want to look into it's peaceful heart dot s. e. which dancer Sweden. Okay wonderful thank you. Yes sure well I have utilized. Eft Ella my own healing journey started with em Dr Therapy and Process TRAUMAS I found. Emt A lot of people talk about emt are being invasive meaning that I had to return back to traumas. Eft My understanding is you know. It's less invasive. You don't necessarily always have to go back to the traumas but more about the feeling that you're having once being triggered what's what's the rising right. It's a much gentler technique and its beauty. Is this if you asked me which had Its beauty is this. Eft can be used at one of three graduated levels. The first one Gary Craig took it from licensor and gave it to the people. It's the people tool K. So we can use it for self care which is huge when we can take something out of the health professions and use it ourselves. We become empowered. I this way that we can use. That is called peer to peer. And the most beautiful thing I do. We have the teacher. Practice comes or social worker. Practice comes is I will show them how to support one another and they need never know what's going on with the other person. It's beautiful thing. The third level is much like an iceberg way underneath the water line. You see that. This tool is so deeply profoundly therapeutic and there's nowhere that I've ever found it cannot go or what it cannot do but that's the kind of work that would be done in very practiced hands certified hand people who have studied for a very long time. Why not because of the degree? It's because of their commitment to keeping their client safe anti going at a pace that respects an honors the client and keeps them safe and how to handle things when things get too hot or too overwhelming so all of those years of practice have to do with really keeping people
The Genesis of the Impeachment Trial
"We always find the next thing to discuss it's it's a rolling rolling train of stories and you always have the right balance is in the break you discuss the meat discussed with me this issue of the genesis all of the impeachment which is not what what most people think that would be the Torah well it began it did the department the national security department the Deanna high and a big rector national intelligence the guys it's about all of our intelligence yeah we just use didn't used to be back in the days when I was Goldwater's two counts of as an intelligence committee the DCI the head of the CIA was was that you are having all of Callahan's world but they changed it after nine eleven I think it was a very big mistake so now they put another layer of bureaucracy over all the intelligence agency that he hasn't he hasn't inspector general yes hi gene was a wired this IGT from the justice department who had worked on all of these fights that might well accidents and Michael and he changed the rules at the last minute right before the curtain was change the rules to say on whistleblower for whistle blowers he said it doesn't have to be first hand information it can now be second hand which is outrageous anonymous person giving here say that is because he knew that Eric Karabell of who was going to be the only thing didn't happen personally I think this is so important is we created the rules for a specific person I need to any three peat this so that the individual whose fingerprints are all of the illegal FISA warrants that we used to spy against our campaign the trump campaign that individual becomes the Attorney General becomes the inspector general of the director of national intelligence and he's the person who changed the rules to allow a putative whistle blower who isn't a whistle blower attic Chatham Allah to become a whistle blower despite the fact he doesn't have any prime aphasia evidence of any wrongdoing exactly forty it wrong reporter the phone call wrongly yes completely inaccurate and this guy Michael Atkinson who was the I. G. for the intelligence community who allowed that so called whistle blower to go forward we have to remember during the Obama administration he worked for merry McCord John Karlen all the people who ran the national security division the people who ran all the FISA warrants and Carter page so that means he knew and was part of the legal fight as it wire taps on Carter page so some idiot in White House personnel decides well I have a good idea let's make him the inspector general for the intelligence community and he gets made and then he sets the plot in motion with this phony report from this clown Eric charm and just as importantly they president doesn't have his own person as the D. and I'm the director of national
Biden and Warren receive no delegates in New Hampshire
"This is a fox news alerts a nail biter in the granite state on Jack Callahan fox news at the fox news decision desk of projects senator Bernie Sanders as the winner of the New Hampshire democratic primary eking out a close win over former mayor people to judge victories behind us popular vote in all you were in the victory here tonight we'll go to South Carolina we're going to win eighty five percent of the votes counted Sanders leads by fewer than four thousand votes that you could leave New Hampshire with an equal number of delegates booted judge telling his supporters of fresh outlook is what makes new beginnings possible it is how we build a new majority in third place less than five percentage points behind booted judges Minnesota senator any club chart people of New Hampshire because of you we are taking this campaign ten bad out to South Carolina we are taking this message of unity to the country not showing well senator Elizabeth Warren and former vice president Joe Biden each with less than ten percent of the vote button actually left in New Hampshire midday to move on to South Carolina the inevitable post New Hampshire culling has begun Democrat candidates Andrew Yang and senator Michael Bennet have suspended their campaigns former Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick says we'll make a decision about his campaign in the
Tap Into Happiness With Jessica Ortner
"If I told you that there was a simple practice that could lower your stress improve your health and boost your overall wellbeing. You might be a little bit skeptical. But today's guest has a science based solution that can do all those things and so much more. Jessica Ortner is a New York Times bestselling author and producer of tapping solution the breakthrough documentary film on. ESPN tapping. She's here today. To explain to us what happiness how it works and how you can start using it today to change your life for the Better Jessica. Welcome to this episode of live. Happy now thank you so much for having me. This is a wonderful topic and I know a lot of our listeners are probably familiar with it but a lot of them probably aren't art because tapping has been around for a while by. I think it's really just now getting a lot more popular so I guess a great starting point is to have you explain what tapping it is. Yes absolutely we are not talking about tap dancing a different time of type of tapping where you use your finger to tap up on acupressure points. When we're feeling overwhelmed and stressed a lot of times? We naturally put our hand on our chest or we put our kind of touch our temples the bridge of our nose. Those are acupressure points. That help us relax. What we're doing here is where getting clear on the thought that creating the physical going Zaidi? And then we begin to stimulate these acupressure points and as we do that what happens is you get to the point where you can think that thought or you can think about the anxiety but now your whole body feels calm. This is perfect for those who tried to think positive thoughts or they try. Try to think their way out of a problem but the anxiety justice incredibly physical that they have trouble moving forward by tapping on his acupressure points. You help relax the body and lower your anxiety it because it's also known as EFT or emotional freedom techniques so can you kind of explain why it's called that yet yeah emotional. Freedom techniques is a term that started with a man called Gary Craig who really followed the work of another gentleman called Roger Callahan Callahan. Who was teaching therapist? How to begin to use these acupressure points with their clients? The system was a little bit more difficult in the sense that you would tap on different acupressure points depending on the challenge that you're facing it was incredibly effective the challenges. It's not the easiest thing to learn and with EFT tapping where really breaking it down. We're using the nine points that we have found to help and By memorizing these nine points once you know how to do it. It's something that you do again and again regardless of what problem you're facing this is such an interesting thing because I know the first time I heard about it. I was like wait a minute how I'm just GonNa tap on myself in. It's all better and actually I saw Jack Canfield speak about it and you know as you start learning more about it you do start understanding how it works so can you kind of tell us just why it is so effective. Yeah absolutely so it starts with the brain. When we have a type of anxiety we have the the amid della fires op this alarm system and suddenly we have this over production of Cortisol and we have this rush of adrenaline which is incredibly helpful? Well if we're in a hike and suddenly we're on a hike and suddenly we see a snake right WH- when we're in physical danger. We want to have the stress response. The stress response isn't bad across the board. But what happens is now. You're not scared about a physical response. You're scared about speaking in public. You're scared about finally finishing your resume and taking that step in your life and so here we are having these fears in our lives. Is this anxiety and our life isn't in danger. But we're literally having the physical experience as if we were having met overproduction of Cortisol which can lead to cravings things and we're having this extra anxiety so what we're doing here is. We're getting really clear on the thought that's creating that physical anxiety and as you tap on these points it sends a calming signal to your brain letting your brain no. Hey you're safe. It helps ground you and all of a sudden you get to the point where you can think about speaking on stage and your hands aren't trembling anymore. A big part component about tapping is the ability to really be open and honest with how you feel. This is about saying how we feel really giving it a voice as we stimulate these points honoring it and as we relax the body. It's easier to let it go and to move to something more empowering and does it take a long time for the tapping to take effect act in an individual situation. Yeah not at all this is. What's really incredible about it? Is that in the moment. You can just start to do some tapping and and find some relief. We have really exciting as we have. This APP called the tapping solution APP. Where it's free and you get these free tapping meditations? The really great thing about this as well for us is that you can mark your before and after and so all of a sudden. We're able to see just the the AH breakthroughs that people are having so we've had at this point over one hundred and seventy thousand people tap on anxiety on the releasing anxiety tapping happing meditation and in ten minutes. Anxiety goes down by half. That's amazing were written than Xanax. Kicks in it is really is. Is it really quick. And it's all about feeling good and feeling grounded and you know in just a few minutes of tapping you can get there. You obviously can do deeper work with tapping you can really focus on specific areas of your life. I wrote a book about weight loss body confidence where I dive deeper around our cravings and our beliefs about food and and you can take that approach with tapping addressing things specifically but if we just need something because we are anxious. This is something that you can do right away to feel better and as you do it more if you do it regularly do start diminishing the anxiety overall in your life. Oh absolutely yes I I find that the more that you do it be quicker. The anxiety goes down but the difference is you're really making big changes because now what you're doing is before for. You had a thought that was creating anxiety you tap on that thought so you get to the point where you can think that thought and you don't have that physical response after doing tapping for a while you're were training your body. Your body knows. Oh we'll if I thought I might mess up when I get on stage or whatever that stresses you have already trained your body every time you tap your training your body that you are safe. It's safe to relax and so with time. You don't have to tap as often because you've already made that association that that you don't have to fear those thoughts it doesn't mean we don't have them. I think a big mistake people make around wanting to be happy that they always need to have happy thoughts and if they ever thinking something disempowering than it means they're doing something wrong or they're taking a step backwards. We put too much weight on this when we give ourselves permission to feel and to have those thoughts without judgment and know how to just eat ourselves comfort ourselves to self soothe with capping. When we have that thought again it it doesn't feel as intense we don't judge it and make it bigger than it
Redskins introduce Ron Rivera as head coach
"The redskins officially named Ron Rivera their new head coach yesterday. Washington Fire Jay Gruden on route. Two a three and thirteen season the Redskins have not won a playoff game since two thousand five. That was when Joe Gibbs was their head coach Washington looking for some of the stability ability that Rivera brought to Carolina. The Panthers never won a title. They did reach the playoffs. Four Times under coach Rivera including a super bowl trip in two thousand fifteen. The redskins last made the Super Bowl in nineteen ninety-one and in a matter of moments the redskins will introduce Ron Rivera as the new head coach. You can see see. They are getting ready now in the nation's capital and as we wait for coach Rivera. I'll ask you this. What do you want to hear this afternoon? I think from Ron Rivera. I I just want to hear why he was attracted active to this job. Several Head coaching vacancies out there. And and why he took this job and and presumably so quickly when there could be potential other openings out there even in Dallas as we wait for that one and then secondly I wanna hear his evaluation or just thoughts overall Dwayne Haskins in what he might be thinking with regards to the offensive coordinator position. Since we're thinking that he's going to interview the current Guy There Kevin O'CONNELL and and You know what he might be looking being out of the coach from nap position. If he doesn't go with the guy who's currently their jobs I think the the the maturation process of dwayne Hassans is important for this football team. And I think that's the number one issue for Ron Rivera. Moving forward is how do I get my quarterback if he feels doing Haskins is indeed his quarterback How do I get my Guy Ready? Ready available with the right mindset because we do understand doing hasn't silly young player. So how do I get them in the right mindset to be successful in this football league and I'm a little sour about this. I'm a huge huge Ron. Rivera Fan. I sat with them while I was out. During my tenure with the giants was over and I was going to different Teams and sitting down with their coaches. He was the one that struck me. The most is just is a straight shooter. Honest about what. He does with his with his teammates. Everybody loves them. Teammates loving other coaches love. Him and I think he's walking to the podium right now. We'll take Noon I happy Thanksgiving everybody. Today's the beginning of a great new year for the Redskins Organization and its fans I I'd like to thank Bill Callahan. Those here five years did a great job for us a great guy and we really appreciate him with the Redskins have needed is a cultural change. Someone that can bring a winning cultural to organization at starts and ends with our head coach when looking for that man. I looked for a class. Act That's how you describe coach Rivera. He was two time coach of the year. And for those of you. That don't understand. That's very very hard to do. You should google that Because it's impressive oppressive He was fifteen to one which is extremely hard to do Did my research spend a lot of time talking a lot. Allow People A lot of coaches and one thing that came across certain words and these words. We're integrity honesty. Knowledge Grit determination. It's all about winning. Ron Rivera knows how to win as a player player as a coach as a new head coach of the Redskins. One thing. That's very very important. We're GONNA have one voice and only one voice alone and that's the coaches like to welcome. Ron's wife Stephanie. We've gotten over the last few weeks and our new head coach of the Washington redskins coach Ron Rivera. Thank you you know with about thirty days ago that your team. This team got me unemployed. So just so you know. We're good now thank thank you. It's an honor serve as a coach in the NFL. It really truly is their only thirty. Two of us at anyone given time and these jobs are scarce this one the Washington the redskins. This one is special. This is one of the almost original teams started in nineteen thirty two. There's a Lotta history behind football team in order for us to get back to where we WANNA be. We've got a study that history embrace it history and prepared a repeat that history because if not we're doomed to repeat the most recent history. We're not gonNA do that guys. We really aren't everything we do is going to be about winning. Okay we'll do things the right way and that's the only way we're going to do them because if it doesn't help us we're not doing it man that's just as simple as it gets. So why did I choose the REDSKINS. Probably the question. I know a lot of you guys are wondering that right now with everything. That's out there. I can tell you right now. All this talk about the money I want the money I'd still be out there trying to pick a couple teams against each other. I took this job for one. Simple reason one simple reason because because Dan Snyder came to me with a very interesting perspective for weeks he's explored the reasons why some teams win and some teams. Don't he told me. The common. In fact that transitional success of teams like the Patriots the Seahawks and the chiefs. Some of the other ones was that decision to take it and make a coach centered approach each not an owner centered approach or a team president or GM. Coach centered approach. I told Mr Snider that I appreciate the fact that he believes the head coach matters but I would be honored but under one condition it had to be a player centered culture a player center culture. Something I truly do believe in my responsibility to get the most out of the players to work with them teach them mentor them. Five five to one by one. I most certainly. We'll do it. I've done in the past and I'll do it again. I'll do what I can't help. These young men become not just the players we want but the men in the community we need. These are the guys that can help change things not just on the football field but in this world I really do believe that I was fortunate enough to have that in Carolina and I hope I'm a work to have it here. In Washington. Things will begin with one. Simple principle off discipline. I come from a military family. We're disciplined it isn't taught it's live. It's expected from day they won. I have a philosophy every player every coach everyone who works for this organization. They'll know what day one you're not gonNA play for this team. You're not gonNA work visist team if you don't have the discipline to give us everything. You have no exceptions no excuses. That simple guys. We have to hold each other accountable. That's something that we most certainly will do. We'll expect most from each other whether I was in Chicago Carolina with our very best when the players knew. Do the coaches had their backs. And this is the thing I'm going to ask from the players. Do it the way we teach you do it the way we ask you do it that way. The success will be yours. Okay you do it that way accessible be yours if you don't excess is going to be yours but it's not gonNA be right. Why because if you fail it's on you do it our way do it the right way and if we fail it's on me okay? It'll be on me. The head coach at simple. I truly believe that I ask of. You doesn't work I'm to blame. I told Mr Snider. I wanted to assemble coaching staff. That was truly dedicated. The players and teachers and teachers. Okay I don't have to have a great big names would have to have is great teachers. We want to teach these guys how to play football to the best of their abilities to the best of our abilities and also it'd be good quality young men off the field. I want players tough. Hungry will do whatever it takes to play redskin football fall in January and hopefully into February. I told him I wanted to work. Hand in hand with the head of player personnel could spot potential and others that even. I didn't see another didn't see. That's going to be important because it has to be a collaboration no matter who it is no matter. WHO's working with us? It has
Redskins hire Rivera as head coach, Del Rio as DC
"The red skins make it official with Ron revere yesterday's the team announced it signed the two time coach of the year to a five year deal to be the next head coach in DC he becomes the seventh head coach hired by owner Dan Snyder then Rivera wasted no time adding staff as he brought in former NFL head coach Jack del Rio as defensive coordinator and asked for interim head coach bill Callahan he will not return to the team under Rivera the Redskins will officially introduce Rivera at a press conference today at two PM at
"callahan" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"With one hundred dollars bill. Sure I totally made was made up. Why would that be made up? I know you I know what you see. That's the difference between Kurkin me. He Lies I. Why don't you can make stuff up like the with the best of them he told me Marquette a great guy but you can embellish? I'm not saying you don't lie low. You Miss me just just you missed me. Sure you bet beg me from on the Shell. I'm GONNA do it. I'll give you a little first day bump and then ed I didn't even have a show till today then you get to turtle boy schilling should be up going. Uh Queuing get a Mike. Dave colonies there guest producer. Important that your producer. Nose to use microphones microphones. Did you get a good job of the tennis match. I sat out. That wasn't for you. I could broadcasting. I think what he's saying. I said first of all this is David. Call Navy producer phone producer of my podcast twice and now the producer of the Jerry County. Tell you what I like about. Hold on one second Gerry Callahan. PODCAST which debuts January sixth at at ten o'clock out there available for yes well done a couple of practice shows. You didn't get to get a hold of. They didn't get a hold the second one now kicking mistry. That's right. The death sentence the consultant Holton loves him and so sensitive which is a little scary. You know you and I know totally can have a sensitive produces a guy who what what what if I've been sensitive. It was a few months ago. We're going back and forth you madam me. Then you weren't than you understood. There was like a Friday. I Made Fun on. The show cues being born. You fucking flipped out remember member this whole thing and I was like shut up. You GotTa admit it's pretty fucking weird to be a part of the Louis.
"callahan" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"Listen to this. Ask yourself this if Kirkman Mahendra Gerry. Callahan sound unearth of us in two thousand seventeen or sixteen or eighteen. Saying this anywhere air what would happen. Go ahead took. Everyone treats from Washington to New York. That's how I will hitting the the wobbles get ready. Get ready barely. Phone is Chinese dude. You'll Raleigh flooding ninety five. The Brown Dark Brown back into China's drive this in the back room. If that's Christian on his knees he's begging Shirley for mercy of its Kirkman the hand two thousand seventeen. I haven't trouble picturing you saying I. I don't know two thousand seventeen on the radio. You'd be called into the off or not even that let's just say they were all ended up you and I we went. We were speaking somewhere. We did that. Dead Gone Yes yes fired as we know. I mean there's levels of the sound right to you. Steve Renault Sounds Fun. Okay good you know. There's levels of offense and that is that's code it and you and I are both offended by this Jerry. It's hilarious. That's true that frigging skit. Get you played yesterday. That did you play.
"callahan" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"And we branch off situationally. I mentioned to you guys the other day I mean the focus that we put in practice on Wednesday partly Ceylan. The Self Scout was authored down and red zone oriented so we felt doug we got better in those areas we implemented some new things some new protections some new routes some new formations take advantage of coverage. We've got some extensive work in not only against the things that are problematic for us but we also had two bonus days in a sense day against the jets in the red zone on Wednesday and another day today working against the jet defense. So I feel good. We're at and we gotta do better as we go through the weekend as we intensify our preparation but I thought we had to really good practices at the end of in the middle of last weekend. The start of this week. This guy is unbelievable hence the reason that I nicknamed him last week on twitter. Bill of Buster Callahan. This guy cannot answer a question and less in ten seconds. I wasn't even what whatever he answered wasn't even answering the question. Who gives this much detail on everything that they're doing? We played that sound bite from a couple of weeks ago when he's going through the itinerary for the day from ten fifteen to ten thirty. We did this from ten thirty to ten forty five. We did this. This is really transparent. In my opinion he is really taking subtle shots at the former coach who he does not like and the former coach does not like him either. All right they didn't like each other He's trying to prove to. Bruce ended. Dan I know how to run a football team. I know how to run a practice. I know how to prepare a team. And he's doing that. vis-a-vis these press conferences. I mean I've never heard somebody gives so much detail. It was so funny that very first press conference he held when he said. Let me. Just tell everybody one of the things. I'm I'M NOT GONNA do is I'm not gonNA start these press conferences with an injury report. You know that's that's not what I do essentially saying. Well that's the last guy did because that's how Jay started every press conference prince and the reason he did that is because he knew he was going to be asked about all of the injured players and he just wanted to get it out of the way it was actually more efficient to do it. The Way Jay Gruden did it but Callahan wanted to make it a point that he wasn't going to tell you about all these injuries. Just not the way. I conduct things as a head coach and then by the way it's three minutes later. He basically laid out the whole game plan for the dolphins about running the football running the football running the football. This guy doesn't like Gruden and and he takes subtle shots at grew all the time And he's also trying to prove to Bruce or to Dan what Bruce knows in that is this guy's just much more organized than the last guy and it's really interesting because he might be more organized than the last guy. But this guy has is not scored a touchdown in three and a half games have not scored a touchdown in three and a half games and his team team is they're horrible. They should've lost to the dolphins in his first game. Let's be clear on that. Had they were so lucky. His First Game Tim Pete the horrible dolphins and if Ryan Fitzpatrick had played a quarter and a half. Instead of one quarter they would have lost the game Good morning good afternoon. Good evening everybody. Whenever you're listening to this I did you'd want to start with Callahan because and we're going to get to some other sports news because there's a lot of it I do want to get to the cabinet thing which we will but I when I when Aaron pulled up that soundbite when we were looking for another sound bite which I'm going to play for you I just thought Oh my God. This is another one of those you know I. I'm so highly organized. East We there's an initial core constantly talks in all these you know these ways in which I'm sure he and Bruce speak to each other self scouting initial initial core competencies and synergies. In all the business you know terms it annoy people the two of them. I'm sure get wrapped up into those conversations anyway That's not what I wanted to play for you but when I heard it I decided we decided we'd start the show with it. I wanted to start with the very opening statement in. Monday's press conference. Because I thought about it a little bit more and it bothered me a little bit this not as much as the second one. I'm GonNa play for you but let me play for for you again. The opening statement the other day from Callahan's press conference first off the quarterback position join Haskins. We'll be the starter her for the remainder of the year. And we've got a lot of confidence and Dwayne. He's worked hard he's smart. He studies studies prepares. So this'll be a great.
"callahan" Discussed on WEEI
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"callahan" Discussed on Fresh Air
"To get up the hill chugging i don't deserve to i don't deserve to there's even a callahan cartoon about codependency your war hear so much about that my reaction to it was to draw picture of guy just walking down the street thinking to himself i think therefore codependent yeah that's good well do you know the language of therapy and self help from the inside of you been in a lot of groups yourself well really haven't been in that many groups just a good old experience and more than anything i have gone to you know counselors and stuff over the years and so i mean one of the first cartoons i did years ago as a picture of the psychiatric senior this shrink and his patient and the psychiatric couches tipped over and over over on the patient and the patient's pinned underneath the couch trying to get out and psychiatrists is kind of oblivious with his back and psychiatrists as saying what i seem to be hearing you say mr wilson is help have you found in self help groups that you've been in your brand of cynicism is not really welcomed within the group yeah i've heard that happened on it is what people think i have a bad attitude and you know as i think there's room for this kind of humor it's refreshing people i think most people have the ability to to realize that what they're doing is got a lot of humor is pretty funny pretty ironic and you know but there are some real sticks in the mud about it you know like i i have some more intense kind of cartoons i mean i don't know if this was in this particular book the one with the the the facilitator of the group is something like on the wallet says welcome to the wednesday night double arm puty group you know and it's woman is standing there she has arms and all the other people surrounding are have no arms and she's saying i need a hug you know that's a little more of on the edge but you know you know sometimes when you're really cynical or skeptical you're accused of using it as a defense mechanism which in fact sometimes it is but sometimes it's just a function of your sensibility he find people get confused about that with you argue confused myself about a really i'm thinking it's a function of both those things in me really but i was sort of born genetically i think a sense of humor but then i have developed to the point where i can just about numb my self any awful fact in the world you know with the humor i surround myself in the new book the the little let novella short stories series of cartoons is about how you became an stopped being an alcoholic yeah well that's my way of telling something i mean i can tell the truth and but it's easier for me doing it through humor i mean it comes out the truth is very plain and it's almost shocking to some people but the humor will make it good down the throat a little little sweeter you know so i i've done a couple of those so i mean that's an example like that piece in my new book i think it was an alcoholic it's about the last third of the book that whole story about my uncle hall ism is when my recovery will probably animate that as my next film to animate well at the end it is really let me tell you about the image that really stands out in my mind from it you're talking about how after the accident you know when you were in wheelchair friend was willing you down the street and he was really drunk and you really drunk and you didn't realize that your foot was dragging beneath the chair because you have no feeling in the foot yeah and then you got back to i guess the nursing home and there was like kind of scraped all the skin off your feet or your foot yeah i mean that that was just really hard signed his grow grotesque but actually in the cartoon of lightens it up if anybody could believe that could be lightened up at like with this just this flu of blood to flowing out of the foot and the nuns are standing around perplexed in the.
"callahan" Discussed on WEEI
"It ten times marshon and callahan shake hands resolve as he gets to go home and you get to move on he did nothing yesterday he had no nothing yesterday he looks like a clown around around north american and you talk about homer's no one can really defend it although who was it said that's not really much of a defense how're you doing knows haggerty wishes that he was kellyanne callahan's what he wishes that ridiculous back eight hung up his frigging face on his forehead and all the way down i also cheetos here brel taking grab that form it sounds like check whole countries looking at home girls going what are you doing that for she thought of it understand then what either done it what advantage of marshon what is he doing that's like any proof that's works latrobe kellyanne insane in the moment callahan poorly my man barry melrose ryan callahan was the best player on the ice he knows even though pierre senator.
"callahan" Discussed on WEEI
"And callahan about a shade whether or not asia come era will you sleep that sock exotic that's that undermines the integrity five everywhere if sandbox they're candian uttered all the murderous with jerry callahan's one year anniversary curtain kellyanne the company wanted to rent though the wilbur theater yeah invite celebrities you've offended the mall you know what thaksin stephen a steven ainardi all the friends the show we don't have any friends that he rewards the truth we of bad grew so that's it you know i'm not going to blow them you have blown thaksin yet have you i've never blunt fact the commissioner's office confronted the red sox who admitted that their trainers had received signals from video replay personnel and then relayed that information to some players is daniel texas via caught by lars while you sleep youth and operation that had been in place for at least several weeks before going fix fixture will on after world sports radio weei what is michael smith referencing there i don't even know what is that no idea anybody ever any idea trying to your hip any i'd went to be save way as an oppressing slicker than a sixyearold civil dino getting caught but what does it on the year to agape ii fun yet at so does this mean mutt an ryan russell or off the hook i'm in only did was good drunken driving over so dr but much is worse than resources no resell as twitter is can't run an associate's more bear saying that any of the big i don't know tickets tickets scam i guess i wanna take now i'm gonna go tickets scandal the most embarrassing because you should be you should be smarter than that makes you you don't have you don't have being you don't have been drunk as an excuse ripping drunk and naked in someone's conan's not evil major issues though he's definitely addition slid scam in people's eve so i it and you just look stupid like did you really think and and eib by the way you just blew a two milliondollar per year job most likely one's gone skirt four kids once kirk sits down with the.
"callahan" Discussed on WEEI
"Kirk callahan on tuesday kirkman hand jerry callahan pin layered who the post your job oh i did not moved away from the push that's okay tend to think we had a good show yesterday tried you better for what was wrong with this i never said that she did you do kirk chris pocket yes i said that it was the most down a mutt yesterday was over the oil obviously was a terrible thing we got through willy point gravy of nine i unbelievable noticed stormed out afterwards as much as i is not here he was here and the guy said he was very mad at you and stormed out of me for a went over the gym and he was taken out his frustration on the on the squat wreck that's where you guys do oh by the way at an item to the heart oh jim list who we might with he does every article thing at the gym simple as he's had on backwards medicine tub gloves with no fingers the gallon jug and the notebook where rights tunnels as his way there look at them and i go to he's got no sneakers on his words to socks he says this is how i do squats better for your whatever your legs two squats out shoes scourged jacked he's jacked he's he's lucky could be bodybuilders that simply sold trim those could weird like it's almost like a misfits he could coots is a this smell yeah that's next to be huge as inevitable yes he's that size bodybuilders loses hair though it's tough now he'll shave that as the next generation is going to do it one of the what's next tech on this i don't know the housing tattoo good.
"callahan" Discussed on Company of One with Dale Callahan
"Control of the income you acquire let's ignite that interrupt for noreen you now welcoming your hosts callahan and it's great to have you back here it is the in the beginning of the year probably if you're listening to this promote many of us beginning of two thousand seventeen when this gets released of course podcasts tend to go go on and on and have a lifetime of their own but you know that's where it is for me anyway at the beginning of twenty seventeen and one of the things i've been trying trying to help people do in in something i do very often as what we might call <hes> personal assessments you know if if you've ever been to a g._m. and you go in your <hes> before they start you on a workout plan they assess where you are they try to see how much energy reggie you have how much you can lift how much strength you have where you are weak where you are strong and one of the things that we need to do is the same kind of thing you know periodically for what we might call our personal economy where we spending our time our talent our treasures you know the the kind of things is that how you're doing on money how you doing at work and all things are related to money and income and all those things that make everything run in your household so i wanted to do something i mean i was doing something the other day and i thought well i'll pass this out and i'll do a a <hes> an assessment download and so i've done that <hes> it took me a lot longer i've got it right here in my hand but it took me a lot longer longer to get ready for you than i thought it would so i saw really been working on this a couple of weeks trying to nail down what the heck do i mean here <hes> so what i'm gonna do today a day is just to go over this assessment there's nothing really magical here about except me just plowing through what it means <hes> so i'm going if you will go to to get the assessment in if you're not you know obviously many of you you're listening to it running running driving or something like this but the assessments going to be a dell callahan dot com one twenty six and you will find the download and access to this download in the assessment of your personal economy and it just really what it is thought process to kind of get you where you're going today what i wanna do is cover what's in this assessment you know if you wanna take it or if you wanna just kinda do it on your own whatever makes sense but we want to just take a snapshot and so i'm i'm going to just walk you down if you can go over del callahan dot com slash one twenty six for episode number one twenty six and you will find this download now i'm going to talk through it and i'm doing this for two reasons number one is so you can do your assessment and number two if you download it and you're trying to think through okay what does this mean and how do i use this because i there's some fairly simple questions but i have found out that most of the time simple questions <unk> are not that simple i've also attached to it just kind of a rough sketch of a typical person your typical client i'm working with <hes> change the name and all but some their basic data that's there so i've got the assessment and then i've got an example filled out by hand so hopefully you can read it in my writing so hopefully you can read that so let me just jump through him i'm assuming you've got the download it's titled assessment of your personal konami it's got a place <hes> for your name in his kind of got three parts part one part two and part three and it's not many pages so don't get too freaked out by that but it's per one part two and part three so i'm going to start with your industry walk you through this in part one what we are doing is gathering data that's all it is just trying to get data down and because without a good data you don't really know what you've got a hopefully you already do some of this but if not you know this'll be a chance to do it we start out as with part ah with a part one in a is his income list all your sources of income before taxes now that confuses people in this can get really really weird what i mean is basically if you're being paid eighty six thousand dollars a year by your employer just use that number tell me don't worry about what's what's on the pay stub how much went to insurance how much went to texas all that kind of jump that gets taken out just use the flat number it worked for what we need so i've i've got an income sources and i'm looking for you just <unk> put down your income sources highest to lowest so in the example i'm giving him <hes> there's a guy by the name of george in its his purse his salary at his job his salary of his wife is other income and then in he has a side business pressure pressure washing and aside business on ebay sales so you just kinda wanna look at all the money coming into your house so now you may have things like rental income <hes> you may have income coming in from all kinds maybe maybe you've got some kind of court case it was settled in there some kind of payment coming to you whatever it is i mean just all of the income checks that come to you we used to say mailbox type stuff but whatever comes to you and gets deposited or comes in the mailbox monthly so and i want you to total it up on an annual basis though so for the most part that's going to be your salaries and then if you have if you have side incomes uh-huh like side jobs like for instance you cut grass in the summer just average that out over the year so i make about thirty six thousand dollars a year cutting grass ask you know so that's just just the total that's all that matters so what we're looking here is total household income now i am pinpointing pointing household but so make sure you include your spouse that you get your total household income and just put that number down there in front of you so it's just totaling them out and there is a reason we want to think through the order of the of how much they are so if you need to run on a separate sheet of paper i because some you don't know which which ones are bigger and for me by the way when i did this i was surprised that some of mine i had them out of order some of the income that i was getting was bigger than i thought so if you don't know just writing them down helps the second thing is emergency fund now i'm not going to go you too much into what an emergency fund is hopefully you know but basically this is money you have set aside for emergencies and if you listen to dave ramsey you know where emergencies are not not you find the shiny little logic store you need to buy but emergencies are just things like hey there's something that's going wrong i've got to loop water heater that's gone out there's something got to take care of to keep life functioning as as it is so it's a fund so what is your emergency fund balance if you if you don't have one then it's zero and we'll we'll talk about that later but the <hes> your emergency fund balance and for most of us this is in a savings account or money market account or something like this it's just the money set aside in his example here he's got six thousand dollars part c is your monthly monthly expenses now many of you are going to have to guess at this i don't mean sit down and do a big giant budget but kind of just look back if you're using any budgeting software something that should be able to get a kind of an average <hes> you can log a lot of you can log onto your bank and kind of just sum up an average for a month you know you you know whatever works for you you know what works for a lot of people get three months average it out if he got if you're using something like mitt or quicken or something like that <hes> you can quickly get a total annual expenses <hes> but look at monthly so divided by twelve to get to your monthly expenses georgia's case was five thousand two hundred dollars so <hes> all right so part d is asset part d. is what we're looking at his assets assets and these are the things that you own the value of the things that you all for many of you if you own a home and you're renting it's going to be your home is going to be your biggest assets now i'm not talking about how forget how much is on your mortgage just what's the value of the home we'll get to the mortgage intimate if you don't know your value are you of your home go to zillow dot com there's a lincoln the download and type in your address and it will have at least a good estimate of value you know if you see things way off base you can help it but you know for for george his house is worth about two hundred eighty five thousand dollars heads forget what he does but if.