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Eric Chats With Hegseth and Goodwin About Teaching Love of Country

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:11 min | 2 months ago

Eric Chats With Hegseth and Goodwin About Teaching Love of Country

"One of the things that I think we just have to be clear in American public education before it went wrong in the 19th century, we would teach love of country, love of God, like these basic things, love of freedom. What is freedom? We really understood that there's just no pulling these things apart. And if we don't teach them, they go away in most of the world, they don't have this kind of stuff. So we had this pride in inculcating the generations with these ideas and celebrating them. And as we know, through the decades, this went away so that patriotism, it just kind of went out in elite circles. They were globalists were elitist. We don't believe in that rube stuff, you know, rah rah, America. And they demonize the concept of love of country, which I just find amazing, especially you served in the military. I mean, the idea that we would denigrate a healthy love of country as somehow jingoistic chest thumping, triumphalist. I mean, it's kind of amazing how deep those bad ideas got so that you have a lot of people in the country who they just kind of have gone along with that. Especially in the blue states. Yeah, we're self loathing at this point. America was to quote the disgraced former governor of New York, America was never great. That is the view of the left at this point. Can you imagine? With the history, but before it was Hannah Jones and the 1619 Project, it was Howard zinn, a people's history of the United States, which is the most prolific history textbook of the modern era. And if your high school doesn't have the book in the classroom, then the textbook that was written for your child's classroom was based on Howard zinn and people's history, which is American history written from the Soviet perspective. And then David Coleman and the folks at the college board rewrite the SAT to respond to the common core, which was based on Howard zinn. So now what your kids are learning, what they're tested on and they're entrance exams are based on a Marxist view of American history. No wonder we get kids that are pumped out saying, this America thing is terrible. We're teaching them that.

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The Democrats Who Don't Want to Protect Endangered SCOTUS Justices

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:01 min | 2 months ago

The Democrats Who Don't Want to Protect Endangered SCOTUS Justices

"Congresswoman Joyce Beatty, Democrat from Ohio. Congressman Jamal Bowman, New York, Cori Bush, Missouri, Veronica Escobar, Texas. Espella, Democrat, New York, Adriano. Representative Garcia Democrat, Illinois, representative Sylvia Garcia, Democrat Texas, representative Joshua gottheimer, Democrat, New Jersey. Representative raul grijalva, Democrat from Arizona, representative Steven horsford, Democrat Nevada. Representative jayapal, Democrat from Washington, representative Brenda Lawrence, Democrat from Michigan. Barbara Lee, Democrat California. Tom malawski, Democrat New Jersey, Marie Newman, Democrat Illinois. Alexandria cassio Cortez, New York, Bill pascrell, Democrat, New Jersey, Donald Payne, Democrat, New Jersey, Ed perlmutter, Democrat, Colorado. Ayanna Presley, Democrat, Massachusetts, Mikey Cheryl, Democrat, New Jersey, a billio cirez Democrat, New Jersey, Rashida Tlaib, Democrat Michigan, Norma Torres Democrat from California, nydia Velazquez, Democrat New York, Maxine waters, Democrat California, and Bonnie Watson Coleman, Democrat from New Jersey. Those 27 Democrats are simply evil. There's no political back and forth on this. Any Democrat, any Republican, any, any politician should be able to say, should protesters are marching sometimes violently on the houses of these Supreme Court Justices, of course they need 24/7 protection.

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Tkachuk scores 3, Flames beat Oilers 9-6 in Game 1

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Tkachuk scores 3, Flames beat Oilers 9-6 in Game 1

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Lightning strike first against Panthers, win 4-1 in Game 1

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

Lightning strike first against Panthers, win 4-1 in Game 1

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Panthers win 4th consecutive game, roll past Flames 6-2

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 7 months ago

Panthers win 4th consecutive game, roll past Flames 6-2

"The the Panthers Panthers beat beat the the flames flames sixty sixty two two over over their their fourth fourth straight straight win win Sergei Sergei Bobrovsky Bobrovsky stopped stopped a a season season high high forty forty seven seven shots shots on on goal goal and and Patric Patric Hornqvist Hornqvist scored scored twice twice I I think think it's it's confidence confidence and and and and just just it's it's it's it's fun fun to to play play at at home home but but it it was was Joe Joe Thornton Thornton who who made made history history with with what what would would be be the the game game winning winning tip tip in in goal goal on on the the power power play play you you know know scored scored a a goal goal in in every every calendar calendar year year for for twenty twenty six six years years and and counting counting Anthony Anthony Duclair Duclair Ryan Ryan Lomberg Lomberg and and Lucas Lucas Carlson Carlson also also scored scored for for Florida Florida Johnny Johnny Gaudreau Gaudreau and and Blake Blake Coleman Coleman at at Calgary Calgary goals goals Jacob Jacob Markstrom Markstrom stopped stopped thirty thirty nine nine shots shots for for the the flames flames I'm I'm more more in in Ruston Ruston

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Mario Murillo Describes the Power and Magic of Kathryn Kuhlman

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:14 min | 8 months ago

Mario Murillo Describes the Power and Magic of Kathryn Kuhlman

"Folks, I'm talking to Mario Murillo, you better not go any place because we haven't even begun to get into the meat of this, but I want to get the background. So Mario, you're explaining to us, this is like the epicenter of the Jesus movement. Stuff is happening crazy stuff is happening. Crazy healings, the healing you just described. There's so many Christians that are uncomfortable with the idea of healings of the miraculous God forbid the prophetic. That's way out there. We're not going to go near that. But you've seen this. And you talk about Catherine coolman. Now, most people, you know, anybody any younger than me never heard of Catherine Coleman. But she was a big deal, I would say. Huge 50s, the 60s. She was it, but mostly she had a very theatrical, and sometimes strange way. She was mocked affectionately by Ruth buzzy and laugh in. I mean, it's kind of a she was just a cultural figure. And then she went away. But you knew her and you saw God use her to bring healing, undeniable healing in the power of Jesus and that transferred to you that that's now what God has been doing through you for decades. Talk about her and the relationship. Well, to be clear, her teaching was what impacted me. And her attitude see, I really believe that Catherine was used of God warts and hall. I mean, I'm very familiar with her theatrical entrances, but the substance of what she did in engaging the medical community, often in her meetings, the entire front row would be made up of professionals from the medical community, heart surgeons, neurologists, all of these that we would never identify, and it was it was her passion to kind of take divine healing out of the swamp of emotionalism, commercialism, and fraud, and just presented as Christ minister, the way

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More U.S. states desperate to defend against COVID-19 are calling on the National Guard

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 8 months ago

More U.S. states desperate to defend against COVID-19 are calling on the National Guard

"Coronavirus coronavirus cases cases continue continue to to surge surge in in much much of of the the US US and and that's that's before before the the new new Omicron Omicron variant variant begins begins to to take take hold hold the the U. U. S. S. centers centers for for disease disease control control reports reports the the nation's nation's seven seven day day moving moving average average of of daily daily new new Kobe Kobe cases cases was was more more than than one one hundred hundred eighteen eighteen thousand thousand five five hundred hundred a a jump jump of of thirty thirty seven seven percent percent over over the the week week before before at at Friday's Friday's White White House House task task force force briefing briefing CDC CDC director director Dr Dr Rochelle Rochelle Wilensky Wilensky initial initial data data suggest suggest that that Coleman Coleman nineteen nineteen boosters boosters help help to to bolster bolster protection protection against against Omicron Omicron sh sh and and we we should should remember remember that that still still over over ninety ninety nine nine percent percent of of cases cases in in this this country country right right now now our our calls calls by by the the downtown downtown area area in in the the delta delta surge surge has has hospitals hospitals packed packed with with some some fifty fifty four four thousand thousand people people nationwide nationwide more more and and more more states states are are turning turning to to the the National National Guard Guard for for help help like like Maine Maine New New York York Michigan Michigan and and Indiana Indiana I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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Alec Baldwin Kills Woman by Firing Prop Gun on Film Set of 'Rust'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:44 min | 10 months ago

Alec Baldwin Kills Woman by Firing Prop Gun on Film Set of 'Rust'

"Many of you will woke up this morning to see this story about Alec Baldwin The actor of some of Coleman actor He was on a movie set I guess he's directing a movie called rust And there was a prop gun on the set He discharges around from the prop gun why he was pointed at someone I have no idea we'll get into that in a minute but turns out now it's breaking that this is on Fox reports The proper union says that the prop gun had a live round How the hell does that happen I mean listen in light of tragedies no time to Monday morning quarterback but that's a pretty serious question I mean you want to talk about a disastrous litany of errors What were you doing pointing a gun at any one anyway I don't care if it's a prop gun or not What's the golden rule of firearm safety And you know it's interesting you know conservatives libertarians man you know Second Amendment to supporting Democrats already know You know the golden rule of firearms say these you never point a firearm ever at anything You're not willing to kill Don't ever forget at that second Ever So if you say to yourself oh I'm just having fun I'm just going to point this at what My dog you will want to kill your dog No I'm not So don't point a gun ever at anything You're not willing to kill him Folks I've had you all in the audience get this I know you're shaking your heads like yeah I mean they don't know this You know you could be a defender as we all are The God given right to self protection shrine in our constitution to bear arms and defend yourself and we all are But we're the smart ones about it I mean my gosh

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What Does the Constitution Really Say About Freedom of Religion?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:41 min | 10 months ago

What Does the Constitution Really Say About Freedom of Religion?

"Americans really now need to understand what does the constitution say about religion. And I remember years ago, Hillary Clinton referred to freedom of worship, and I remember chuck Coleman at the time saying, wait a minute, forget about freedom of worship. It's about freedom of religion. Freedom of worship. They have in China. You go into your little weird building on Sunday morning. Do your little weird mystical stuff. And when you come out, you bow to the secular authority of the state. That's the opposite of freedom of religion. Freedom of religion says 24 7, you can exercise your faith. You can live out your faith. You can talk about your faith. You can do things with regard to your faith. You can refuse to do things with regard to your faith. That is an incredibly broad right. And we, in America, because we've been so blessed with freedom, have really just taken our eye off the ball in terms of what it is. And so when somebody says, do something you go, oh, okay, without realizing, like, wait a minute. I am free. Well, just to be clear, let's say let's speak theoretically, right? I'll be like Arthur Miller with a Harvard Law School. He used to do these round table things on PBS or something. You need to say, well, what about in this case? What if it's the Bubonic plague? It's not COVID, which where people get a cold and they inflate the numbers and make it sound like everybody's dying. Let's say tons of people are dying in the streets. That becomes a different issue. In other words, if somebody says, hey, I don't mind spreading the Bubonic plague. You'd say, well, your religious liberty doesn't extend to that because people are dying in the streets because the science actually backs

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HHS Whistleblower Jodi O'Malley Describes Losing Colleague Who Took Vaccine

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:19 min | 11 months ago

HHS Whistleblower Jodi O'Malley Describes Losing Colleague Who Took Vaccine

"There was another part of the video. That i want you to talk about where i i might not be remembering this correctly. Jody but you said that one of your here's wanted to get a religious exemption for the vaccine but she didn't. Can you talk about that. That part of the video. Well yes so and works alongside each other in the intensive care unit which was pretty much. Kobe unit the entire pandemic. The vaccine was offered to us federal employees back in decem throughout this entire time. She did not want today. Jeans natives and and it goes against her native belise In order to take the vaccine she just come back from leave and the her in along with two other employees. Were co worse to take it. It was common tainted tankage and when they realized they were taking like yay good job. Yes yes yes you know. And then two weeks later she comes in with a positive coleman and four days later she's in today. You know. I mean we've we've been saying this way too much. I know so many medical people that are seeing these cases can identify with at first it was like oh you got two weeks after. I guess you you waited too long to get it. But there's just way too many people coming in with a positive holding resolve and suffering greatly. Because i hope she survived. His intimation is a serious. She did not she has to later so she as a fully vaccinated nurse passed away. Two is not what they deem fully vaccinated. She received her back seen two weeks later. She's in hostile when she was due for our second one came down with her body. Just like crazy and slaying. Beware and no. She did not make

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"coleman " Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

03:30 min | 11 months ago

"coleman " Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Coleman we engage big time there and on facebook before we get to the calls. I wanna dump judge jump in rather to three simple questions that will help you really get clear on your purpose. Three simple questions and when you begin to ask these questions. Here's what happens. Your brain will begin to sift through all of the clutter that has previously been in your mind that you feel. You haven't been able to sift through and it's going to give you some clarity. Here are the three questions and then we'll unpack. Who are the people. I most want to help. What's the problem or desire that they have. And then what's the solution to that problem or desire that i most want to provide. Let's break down. Who are the people. I wanna help. You know. this is just you getting quiet. You know people call in on the show and they're under pressure and it's live in all the things that they have a hard time. Those moments really beginning to envision the person but this is an exercise that i promise you your head and heart will deliver the answer. But you're going to have to commit to sitting quietly. I don't know how long it's gonna take for you. It might take multiple sessions getting quiet. Get a pencil and paper and began to write out the thoughts. But i want you to start with. Who are the people that i most want to help. Don't start thinking about job title. Don't don't start thinking about where you do it that will creep in stop. Don't let it happen. Sit there and go who the people i want. Help begin to envision them think the people your heart will begin to supply the answer now. Second question it's a follow up to the first question. What problem challenge do they have. That draws me to them or what desire or want to have doesn't always have to be a problem could be a desire and then the third question is okay. Now that i've articulated in my mind. At least i begin to write it down and maybe talk about it. I know who they are. I know the problem or the desire they have. And now i look at. What's the solution. I mean if you think about it. They're multiple solutions multiple ways of addressing the problem the challenge or the desire. That's what you're looking at here and you begin to see. Oh i get it. I can see this now. You see okay. Is this kind of work. That will allow me to bring this kind of solution. Where is that happening. And all of a sudden there's breakthrough so many of you've taken to get clear career assessment Which is a wonderful product. We now have a ken. Coleman dot com. It's gonna spit out a purpose even for you. That's been populated by your top three talents. The top three passions and then the primary mission talent. What you do best passion results. Excuse me work you love mission results that matter deeply to you but then we give you professional possibilities. But you've got to spend a little bit more time diving into this ago. Who are the people. I want to help problem solve solution. I wanna bring and all of a sudden. We begin to see specific jobs specific career passing. You see there's multiple ways to do that purposeful work. That's a wonderful little exercise if you spend time with eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven is the number. Let's go to kevin to start us off in kalamazoo michigan kevin. You're on the ken. Coleman show. I can't thanks for the call. You bet kevin what's going on so I'm clear i'm qualified amac. I'm the connection. Part is getting me to interview the challenge..

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"coleman " Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"coleman " Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

"Also in california that experienced another setback this time a more serious one in february nineteen twenty-three. She crashed her plane after the engine stopped working. She survived with a broken leg and ribs as well as some cuts but the injuries didn't stop her from flying more. She said as soon as she could walk again she would fly. After several months she fully recovered and went back to stunt flying later. Bessie moved to florida. Where a preacher. And his wife offered to give her a room she opened a beauty salon. Still trying to earn enough money to replace the plane that crashed. She began performing new types of stunts such as wing walking and parachute jumps. We walkers stunned their audience by leaving the cockpit while another pilot controlled the plane and walking out on the wings crazy. Is that finally in nineteen twenty six. Bessie had earned enough money to buy her own plane. She'd worked hard performing an airshows giving lectures and working at her beauty parlor. The new plane wasn't fancy. Just an old biplane called a curtis jan four or jenny. She hired a mechanic. Named william wills to fly it from texas to florida. Sadly the plane was not in good condition during a test flight with the mechanic. The plane stalled and and crashed. Sadly bessie did not survive the crash. News of besse's passing was carried widely in african american newspapers. Ten thousand people attended her funeral and chicago. Where ida b wells. A famous activists led the service. Bessie continued to inspire black aviators in the nineteen twenties. And beyond william j powell another aviator and civil rights activists started the bessie coleman aero club in los angeles fulfilling her dream of opening a flight. School for african americans and women powell later wrote in his book black wings the because of bessie. We have overcome that which was worse than racial barriers. We have overcome the barriers within ourselves and dared to dream. She was also an inspiration. To many of the tuskegee airmen. The tuskegee airmen were the first group of black aviators fly for the united states army in nineteen ninety-two mae jemison took a portrait of bessie coleman with her. When she became the first black woman in space saying that bessie exemplifies and serves as a model for all humanity the very definition of strength dignity courage integrity and beauty the us postal service issued a bessie coleman stamp in nineteen ninety five and in two thousand and six. She was inducted into the national aviation hall of fame. Bessie coleman once said that the air is the only place free of prejudices but in order to get there she had to shatter many barriers that were placed in her path by a society that was unwelcoming to people of her race and gender but instead of accepting the place she was offered in this society. Bessie decided to pursue her own path. And make her own opportunities. She didn't let the lack of training or jobs for black female pilots. Keep her from her dream of flying. She forged ahead with determination and held onto her principles knowing that her race and gender were not barriers to her ability that she could lift others up by her example and there was a place for everyone in the sky. Thanks for listening to this episode. About bessie coleman and be sure to tune in next monday for a new episode..

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Paddy Pimblett Explains Why He Turned Down Previous UFC Contract Offers

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Paddy Pimblett Explains Why He Turned Down Previous UFC Contract Offers

"I heard you got offered a contract before and you say not yet may say you say me why vice got off of the construct twice how long ago it hasn't sixty it was twenty one or two thousand. Eighteen was twenty first of all. That's a lot of confidence in yourself. Because a lot of guys when they first get the that that you know they get invited to fight in the us. Only shit. i made it. It's like you knew you had there anyway. You just one o'clock in somewhat. Some more time aleph said the multiple interviews. Now wasn't a question if the us we're going to sam for me. It was went. So i i just. I just knew it was good. Was coleman anyway a new saying that in the future they're gonna come back because local Now i've got the lowest Mama came with the

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Nancy Pelosi Blocks Members of Congress From Honoring Fallen Military Service Members

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:37 min | 1 year ago

Nancy Pelosi Blocks Members of Congress From Honoring Fallen Military Service Members

"Who are the democrats. It's not just biden yesterday. The speaker of the house the most powerful democrat outside of the white house obstructed the reading of the names of our servicemen and women killed in kabul yes. Nancy pelosi refused to allow a double amputee. Brian mass combat veteran to go through with the reading of the thirteen. Who died because of biden's decisions. Well we will pay them tribute here on america first. These are those who gave the ultimate sacrifice and did so unnecessarily marine corps lance corporal. David l. espinosa twenty years. Old texas marine corps sergeant nicole g. twenty twenty-three sacramento california marine corps staff. Sergeant darren hoover thirty one salt lake city Staff sergeant ryan see now. It's twenty three tennessee. Marine corps corporal hunter lopez twenty two years old california marine corps lance corporal riley j. mccollum twenty years old jackson wyoming marine corps lance corporal. Dylan merola twenty years. Old california marine corps lance corporal kareem nikolai twenty years. Old california marine corps sergeant. Joe hannie rosarito pichad twenty five years old lawrence massachusetts marine corps corporal humberto sanchez. Twenty two indiana marine corps loves corporal. Jared m schmitz twenty montana navy hospital coleman max soviak twenty two years old berlin heights ohio then lastly marine corps coporo dagan w page twenty-three omaha nebraska. They gave the last full measure so authors could live but they needn't have died

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Bill Rogio Describes ISIS-K's Role Within the Terrorism Community

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:46 min | 1 year ago

Bill Rogio Describes ISIS-K's Role Within the Terrorism Community

"We are back with the editor of a superlative publication. The long war journal long war journal dot. Org bill roggio army veteran national guard veteran. He's been to afghanistan. He's been to iraq and he's telling us what we need to know about the recent withdrawal from kabul in may. He just sent me the article in may he predicted while the taliban would to build help on millions of listeners who now have to prepare for the twentieth anniversary of september. The eleventh. what you discussed the taliban you've discussed al qaeda where it is isis fit into this constellation of jihadi organisations and especially isis k. Who allegedly were behind the murderer marines coleman on that Army he stuff sajjan. Sure and the islamic state is an al-qaeda of course So al qaeda and the taliban host jihadist groups are in one camp these state is the bastard child of al qaeda they share the same ideology to restore the the calvet and impose islamic state. They just have different ways of doing it. The islamic speech way is basically my way or the highway they wanna declare the california now and go for it. Al qaeda's way is look. We build our emirates. Do this arab. Believe you don't declare until we protect it we build our state is like the The leninist versus. Trotskyite i i. It's the perfect analogy so That's what we have. The islamic state in afghanistan is There is an opposition time because it's opposes. The caliban primarily be a job her however there are reports and some of this comes from the united nations. And i'm not going to be very clear not saying this attacker. Those attack happened recently in kabul. Were related to this. However i suspect they were united. Nations has reported that the islamic state which has been largely defeated by the taliban now operates cellular moving small control. Small territory The reports that at work which is a part of the powerful group within the taliban uses islamic state sometimes to carry out attacks. Use them as a cut out for hang on this. This is getting deep dive. So let's just reiterate i. I love that phrase. Boston child of al-qaeda once the caliphate wants the world revolution now like trotsky did for the communists. I this karna son. Isis in afghanistan is small They're week but there are elements in the taleban like the connie's that use or exploit isis as some kind of cut out for their own personal

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Cam Newton Returns to New England Patriots From COVID Protocol

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

01:25 min | 1 year ago

Cam Newton Returns to New England Patriots From COVID Protocol

"Camp. Dude return to practice today. But it will Patriots did he return to a starting job? That's the question we gave nights went from pretty Coleman. I mean, but Simmons on ESPN Radio ESPN have serious examine Channel Etienne. And gave that is the ultimate question because you look at New York Giants reporters when the Patriots were going ones V ones. And Patrick Graham is a heck of a defensive coordinator for the new for the New York Giants. As a matter of fact, he should be getting looks in the next couple of years. As a head coach. He runs very complex defenses and By all accounts, Mac Jones. Let him up. I mean to lift them up two days ago. Today. Cam Newton returned to practice and they split time. We're the ones and getting their reps. But Mac Jones took a massive opportunity and ran with it. Your reaction Yeah, That's what you want to see. And that for you spent a first round pick on a quarterback when he gets that opportunity, and you didn't know when it was going to come. You don't know how it was going to come for him to take that opportunity and run with it. That's what you want to see. That being said. I still think Cam Newton is going to be starting September 12th. I just feel that he's going to start the season as the number one quarterback for Bill Belichick. I'm excited. Honestly, for Cam in Year two with the New England Patriots, I thought he was gonna be a little bit better a year ago. I still think that there is I mean, the M V P might not still be in there, but I think there's some really good football stealing Cam Newton. I think he's going to show that a little bit

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The Link Between COVID in Nursing Homes and Mail in Ballots With John Zmirak

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:58 min | 1 year ago

The Link Between COVID in Nursing Homes and Mail in Ballots With John Zmirak

"John. You're you're alleging in the previous segment that these blue state governors cuomo of course a number one but then murphy in new jersey and whitmer in michigan and Whoever is in connecticut and use that day and newsome in california that they they were aware somehow that's by sending corona virus patients into nursing homes. It would enable them to do these other things to take control. most coordinated. Yes on them. And how would that have happened in other words. That's hard you're out. Joe biden's chief. Corona virus advisor was. Dr ezekiel emanuel. The brother of rama manual. He was joe. Biden's number one guy on making corona virus halsey. He has said publicly. That people over seventy should not receive life saving medication because they had already lived long enough but life after seventy has no real value. Meaning he favors passive euthanasia for elderly people. He said he has no desire to lymph s. Eight seventy doesn't see why anyone else should them yesterday. Well yeah the point is way. Joe biden's chief. Medical adviser is saying the lives of people over seventy have no value that they're like sick sick pets at a kill shelter. Why should we be surprised when the democrats in a coordinated fashion dump corona myers patients in nursing homes. There's our math massive spike in death statistics. Then they use that. Massive spike to invoke emergency powers suspend their state constitutions and create mail-in ballots all worked together as part of an effort to use the coleman crisis as a pretext to render the constitution nolan

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Cuomo’s Top Aide, Melissa DeRosa, Resigns

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:17 min | 1 year ago

Cuomo’s Top Aide, Melissa DeRosa, Resigns

"The other news of the morning olympic magic is over and boy. Do i have fun watching that. Little kids little kids see the olympics. Completely different is they see themselves on those podiums. They see themselves getting gold medals. They go swim the next day. They go run the next day. It's just so great. And i love the olympics and they did a great job my hats off to all the olympians hopefully in paris will have the crowds back governor. Cuomo's top aide. Melissa de rosa has resigned that is for whom the bell tolls it tolls for the andrew. Cuomo everybody wants gone. she left. she's caught up in the a hostile work environment. And retaliation scandals engulfing governor cuomo who emerged as the genuinely very very sinister character in this attorney. General's report that he requested. You don't often. I think this is worth than ralph north. Though virginia voters will get a chance to rebuke north and when they elect A new governor in november. But i don't get a chance to go back and get a do over with ralph northam. He's not running. Terry mcauliffe is running. And glenn young is going to be terry mcauliffe. And part of that's going to be a rebuked north but they really cannot in the city of progressive nirvana new york city. Allow andrew coleman continuing albany. He's gotta go

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Olympics Latest: USA Set as Japan’s Date for Baseball Gold-Medal Game

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Olympics Latest: USA Set as Japan’s Date for Baseball Gold-Medal Game

"Kevin Durant had twenty three points as the Americans are raised a fifteen point deficit to dump Australia ninety seven seventy eight well if we're now fifteen we just kept running Evan forgave finished with twenty three points the French and Slovenia and look at Dodge ridge ninety eighty nine on the other side of it U. S. women's soccer playing for bronze against Australia currently Lloyd and Megan were people scoring two goals each hung on for a four three win gold on the mat in athletics for the U. S. on day thirteen David Taylor king of his wrestling class taking the men's eighty six kilogram category can you know Jacques clearing a height of four point nine zero meters to capture gold in women's pole vault but then you'll Coleman of the US securing silver in the inaugural sport climbing men's combined event and USA baseball off to their first gold medal game since the Sydney games of two thousand they B. Correa seven two they'll face Japan in the final I'm gonna be

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"coleman " Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"coleman " Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Hey i would actually really love to do this. What is it gonna take for me to do this. Do i have the existing skills and experience to be able to step into this. It's all about relationships if there are some certifications or some qualified excuse me qualifications that he might need that are affordable and. Don't take forever again. He begins to see a path. Okay but he has to. I get clear he really does. And he's gotta go all right. Do i agree with my wife. That i'm really good with math. And and as a result. I'm logical and i'm good at solving problems with my head and my hands but i'm also good with people and i want to work with people. So how can i do that. Work and engage with people and once he begins to see opportunities and he sees wait a second. Is you know there are some hurdles. I'm gonna have to clear being sixty. But it's relational hurdles. If i use the proximity principle i can get there. Do you know what i mean so so i think he's got to get to that point. Is he willing if you were to say to him. Hey i listen can coleman show. And he's got this assessment that he's been working on for two years just released today. Ken gave me a coat. It's you go to this link and you punch this code and it's about a twenty five minute assessment and it's going to spit out for him his top talent. He's talked passions which has worked at he loves doing and the mission result that he wants to create with his work. So i use what. I do best talent to do work. I love passion to accomplish results. That matter to me mission if i give you that will he take it or will. He think you're bugging. No he will do it. I know he will do all right. So here's the deal. It just a minimum wage on. Hold kelly's going to get you what you need. I want him to take this okay. And it's going to print out his report and it's going to be so simple but but it's gonna really illuminate a lot for him all right. So that's get clear stage one. Then he's going to have to figure out okay. Am i qualified. Or what i need to do to get qualified. Okay and so. That's what he's going to have to do next now You can preorder the book. Today could bite when it comes out november ninth. Whatever you wanna do. It's called from paycheck purpose. Okay and the book is going to get him. They're gonna walking through the seven stages not so scary. I detail it out okay. Two chapters on each stage. He needs to get clear. I i'm gonna give you the assessment. A guy a thirty dollar product. You tell him. He has to take a because kim gave it to you for free here me. Oh he will now listen when he takes it. You know what it's going to do. It's going to get his mind going. So you need to engage but you need to stop making suggestions. I'll gain clear what the assessment you got to pump him up in the way you do. That is not making any more suggestions that he do something you do. Is you go what do you think what did you think about. The professional possibilities in the assessment was that close. What are some things that are that you could look into. How can i help you. Make some connections for you. I'll be happy to do it. Ask him if he's excited. And and what would it look like if he were to go for it. And you're totally supportive. That's the conversation you'd have hang on the line. Kelly's going to get you a free code for the rest of you. You can get the assessment along with the book from paycheck to purpose. Will ship says you right away. It's only thirty dollars for the book and the assessment worrying at this on its own for thirty bucks i or i guess you can call the show and make up a good story and i'll give it to you. It's kind of how that goes ken. Coleman dot com. That's where you go get it. All this is the. Ken coleman jump off. The ken coleman show continues from our ramsey solutions studios in.

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How Do You Feel About Freedom Day? With Shelley Treacher

Mentally Yours

03:48 min | 1 year ago

How Do You Feel About Freedom Day? With Shelley Treacher

"Shelly. Thanks for joining us today. we wanted to talk to you about freedom day as it's been cooled while the restrictions lift everything's going back to normal and i guess the big question is you know. There's a lot of excitement around freedom day but a low of also feeling not excited and more kind of anxious and worried uncomfortable. Why is that. What's worrying about freedom honestly. I think it's really normal response to a very abnormal situation with still in an abnormal situation. I mean coming out of long. Isolation caused by terrifying deadly threats on other systems is still going to be triggered. One reason we might feel like this is because we've got used to being on god and it might take a while to come out with the body's threats like response to calm down and to get back to normal because we've been vigilant for so long and on top of that it's also possible that some of us have developed social anxiety after being isolated from others for so long so we might have a natural inclination to just wanna stay indoors and you know some of us might have here of being seen having relied on food to cope with the pandemic and coping with the pandemic might also have caused us to block off our feelings. I think. Also one thing that i'm definitely experiencing i don't know if it's the same view both but i feel novus as kind of lifting lockdown and you know mosques no longer being required and i feel very much like is the outside world actually safe. Do you feel like. That's a coleman fear and how do we deal with. Yeah i see this all the time. I mean people go from one extreme to the other. Some people have really kind of in. Denial probably blase about the risks. But a lot of my clients are saying or. I'm not really sure this is happening. All of a sudden and is a bit of a shock. So i think probably the best thing to do is to take it slowly and to check things of change. Things are different now and it's going to take a physiological systems time to catch up with that but we need to check the news tech health things have changed and check what the actual risks are now. Because they've changed. It's been a massive journey from beginning to end this million so far and we kinda need to examine exactly what we're terrified of now because it might be stuck in a year and a half ago the also it's worth mentioning light. You can still do the safety things that he made. You feel secure like i'm going to continue wearing mosques et cetera at least for the foreseeable yes hundred percent to be on his stephen dislike having this conversation an hearing all the things you talking about. Shelly i was just getting bit. Novice abou- circus. I think the way that i've dealt with Freedom day and everything is just total. Denial you know thinking that. I'm just gonna stand. A fat is fine. I'm not going to go out. Because i can work from home. I'm not going to go out to a workplace. I'm not gonna go out an go together ings yet. I'm just gonna keep wearing my mosque. Yeah it's It's a bit of a scary time. Isn't it and yes. So i will still be wearing mosque I think for me phase around the social stuff is interesting. You mentioned around this ocean anxieties because of things do this. Whole pandemic in sums of different friends approaching the whole thing very differently so i've been incredibly cautious. My whole family's been incredibly cool shit like going way beyond the government guidelines and then seeing like one of my best friends being Not cautious and not not breaking the rules but certainly being relaxed around everything.

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"coleman " Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"coleman " Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Coaching is something you can. You can kind of do on the side a little bit slower because that is a straight entrepreneurial play you gotta build your own business whereas as a licensed counselor you know you can go work for for an established counselling business. Yeah and that's kind of rotating. Coaching blows zone. I do it really like us. A knowledge from complain to help find my own program or flavin coaching right. I want to go. I have this other counseling route. That's i'm trying to play both ways. That's right well. And i think what you need to do is again a part of the proximity principle. The bestselling book is. Hey i need to get around people that are in both of those spaces and have coffee and lunch and and ask them how they got. Were they are pros and cons to their day. What they love most what they liked the least and become an expert on what the day to day looks like for people in both of those roles. And what you're doing there is you are clarifying verifying and you okay. I think i would much rather do this. And then who do you most want to council why you know that's a question you need to answer in this process as well And then hey. I want you to stay tuned because there is a day coming. I don't know the time. And and i don't know all the details. But we're going to need an army of career in life coaches to extend the ken coleman show message can send people to an army of people who believe what i believe and will teach the same values. The same methodology to walk alongside people as they run their race Hey speaking of running the race every day. We're getting emails and social media messages from you folks. You're stepping into work. That may not be the dream job but it is in proximity and it's getting you in the field and giving you a ladder and so we recently wrote a great post called the five people you should meet when starting a new job and we had some fun with this and so i want you to go to instagram. And you need to check this out on instagram at ken. Coleman and we have a link in my profile to this blog post the five people. You should meet when starting a new job and so these are real people will give them kind of a name and a role and you gotta check this out. And i'll give you a hint. We use some profiles some pictures from the characters from the famous. Tv show the office and so check it out your leader. The real boss. The senior the benefits pro and the professional. We have some fun with this. Post is blown up and instagram at ken. Coleman we have a link to it there so go check it out all right. You hear that music. That's joe politely..

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"coleman " Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"coleman " Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"He goes. Oh my gosh. He's watches us all the butterfly struggling. I'M GONNA try to help it out. So he opens the cocoon and the butterfly falls out to the ground. And it's not strong enough to fly and dies minutes later. He's trying to help the butterfly. But what we know is for the butterfly metamorphosis. That's the struggle which gives it. The strength is to be. It's beautiful self. This is the Ken Coleman Show Welcome back to the Ken. Coleman show helping you get unstuck and on purpose doing work. You're great at work at gives you joy work that creates results that matter deeply. Oh you eight four four seven four seven two five seven. Seven is the number Tracy's online in Acworth Georgia Tracy. You're on the Ken Coleman show. Hi Ken how are you. I am living the dream. Tracy how are you wonderful. What's going on so I have a question and I'm trying to? I'm trying to get back into a fulltime career to fund my dream job which requires a master's degree But in order to get back into corporate America I have to go back and do a job that I've been doing for eighteen years and I'm really good at but but I'm I'm i. I'm resided to the fact that I have to do this. So I'm getting back and looking for full time careers and in my industry a lot of the Times the biggest and most opportunist jobs are released to recruiters. I nine times out of ten. When a job opening comes up a recruiter will contact me or most of the time is four or five recruiters and then I have to go through them for the whole application process us and the weeding out process and then they'll go in and they WANNA tamper with my resume and they really control process which I don't like actually despise working that way? Okay and it's not very conducive to the proximity principle. My question is is it really ethical to use being contacted by recruiters I opening a discussion with them to learn more about the job and the hiring manager and then applying directly to the company. I think so. You're saying is it okay for me to leverage recruiters to give me the information. I need so then I can then go contact that person myself dolphin. Leave them hanging exactly. Yeah what do you think. I don't think it's very ethical but at the same time I I mean I'm just trying to was the best way I know I get it but I'm not sure I understand. Why are you would need to do that in the first place? What's wrong with the recruiter? Being your champion and then they're gonNA eventually connected to that person anyway. I just I I kinda I just feel like they control the process a little bit too much. They always have me revise my resume and they go through and tell me what to write on my resume and then they wanna go there and do Dessel missile coaching process. Which I've been on a gazillion interviews in it's very tedious and then they WanNa talk to you afterwards and you're talking about the recruitment? What's the hand holding? Yeah we'll tell them that. I just felt like the handhold okay. How is the recruiter? Get paid to get paid on commission based on who they referred to talk right. My point is they only get paid. If if you get hired so why is it that you feel you got to do everything their way you can just go. Hey listen I'm a pro. Oh okay let let me just tell you what's going on. He sell the recruiter. This let me tell you about me. Okay I've been doing this routine years. I'm really good at this the I'm getting back into this. You don't have to tell the whole story. In fact I wouldn't tell them you don't want them to use that against you bestow. Look I'm getting back in. Done this really good at it. I know this process. I've worked recruiters before this time. This on here's a deal. Let's be honest. I want the GIG. You WanNA get paid by. Put the right person in the GIG. I'm probably in your top two percent. Here's the things I'm willing to do. Hear the things I don't WanNa do. Don't take it personal. I guess I feel like that's the way I would go about based on what you've just told me. I understand. I actually feel I actually feel your frustration. You're wired like me I would be. I gotTa Tell You I've never gone through that that but listening to you talk about it. I gotTa tell you something. I would be the same way. It's kind of like the. Have you ever gone through a timeshare deal where you're like just there for the freebies right. Yeah I've done that. My wife hates it. I'm Blake I got a couple of buddies that we don't do it anymore but I have done this. I'm GONNA TASTES UP. I've done this five times tracy where I have gone for all the goodies. This was years ago in my early thirties. Say they want to do it there. They're enticing you with this. They think they can sway you. It's a competition for me. It got to the point Tracy where I was doing it for the competition of it. AC- how quickly I turn them off. Usually what I'm saying okay. So here's my point. I make fun of myself to kind of get you to a good place do it your way there incentivize your great candidate unit to do everything their way. Just be nice about it like I was to the timeshare guys..

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"coleman " Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"coleman " Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Don't tell me that you can't do that. His job is building circuit boards. And while that is not what he wants to do with the rest of his life. It is in the computer field. My sweet spot. He says is to be a cybersecurity expert to help fight cybercrime in the world colleges tough, and it has been Bobby, but you have helped me focus on my passion and ride it out until I can be who I'm destined to be. You've helped me sharp from my focus and now I will do whatever it takes to accomplish my goal now. I don't read that as a compliment to me. I read that as a encouragement because young Jarrett has figured it out that anything worth pursuing is going to take some time and this journey to living what he was created to be the dream job is not going to happen overnight. We are selling crock pots here. Not microwaves. You know what Joe I should think about a line of crock, pots at the Ken Coleman show crock pot. Why not is somebody's gotta buy them. Modest Welby us selling. It's symbolic. Eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven, and let's go to a Tina in Clarksville, Tennessee, a teenager. You're on the Ken Coleman show. And let's try that again, a teeny you're on the Ken Coleman show. Thank you for taking my call, Mr. Coleman. Sure. How can I help? Your I'm actually calling me because I'm trying to figure out what to do next whether or not I should pursue an actual career or I should go my next degree in higher education. I love the way you word that should I go from an actual career or go back for another degree. Good heavens. I think I where I'm leaning. I think you know where I'm leaning but I don't have all the facts yet. So how many degrees do you have right now? I just have a bachelors and English. Okay. So what would be this degree that you're looking at? It would be a master's in both English and mathematics. Oh my gosh. First of all, let me just confess that I'm ridiculously jealous of you. I could never do that in a million years. Why would you need a double masters if you will? Because of what my dream career is, which is to write textbooks and order to help English student perform better in mathematics..

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"coleman " Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"coleman " Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"You want to help you reach your dreams, and we're willing to walk alongside of you and deal with all the stuff that comes with it. That's what needs to happen. And so that gets you stable financially, no pressure. You do the best. You can they're on board. You kill it for me to a great job. Then you're all the while you're stable and doing something it's least taking care of you. You're researching researching researching. Searching researching and when you're taking a break from researching you go ahead and research, some more, and you can find ways to take that talent that you have exhibited whether it be illustrations, they you can find other ways to manifest that and find a niche and find ways to do it. Maybe it's online again, somebody with your talent ability. I think you can find opportunity to do that long distance on a contract and as long as you get the work done and do a great job. They really care about the hours, and if you can get going there, and then eventually turn it into your own business. I think it's very doable. I want encourage you, but you're gonna have to get stable. I knowing that the part of the plan and feel like it's momentum like when I get stable. That's a huge deal. That's a steppingstone. No shame in your game. All right coming up. We've got some exciting. Details for you. That are going to help you if you're making a move this year, and I'm gonna give you some soul juice, just a just a little medicine for you. Ears. It's going to seep down to your heart. Plus more of your phone calls. Don't go anywhere. This is the Ken Coleman show on Sirius XM. Hey, folks, I know how important it is. When you're looking for the right job, not to waste any time. I can't think of a better smarter way to get yourself out there. Then working with my friends at ZipRecruiter. You know, what you wanna do work that you love? And so the smart way to get yourself out. There is with my friends at ZipRecruiter. Their technology is second to none why. Because of their matching technology, you put in what you wanna do what you're good at what you love, and they're gonna take your information and just like a personal crude or they're gonna get it out to companies who are looking for talented individuals.

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"coleman " Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"coleman " Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Eight four four seven four seven two five seven seventy four four seven four seven two five seven seven is the number to jump in. Come on somebody out there needs to call today. You know, who you are is like I just sat down next to you and looked at you. You know? Come on get the clarity. You need you can confidently stuff forward and courageously stay on the path it occurs to me. I've talked about this many times on the show. Don't underestimate the power of your psychological state and music's ability to alter it. Now, let me say that again, I'm going to get to your emails here shortly. But hey, I gotta I gotta go when I get the feeling, and I gotta feel in some of these to hear this. Don't underestimate the importance of your psychological state. Meaning how you're feeling. As a result of how you're thinking. Don't underestimate it. If you're feeling a little a little nervous. That's huge affects everything that your brain. Does. Everything. Right. So your brain is telling your nervous, and then then that sends a message to your motion, and it's kind of this superhighway back and forth. But our fears the thoughts we have at all emanates from thoughts. So you know, the feeling of nervous Israeli as the fought. Okay. And don't underestimate the power of your psychological state. You change your state, you can change your actions and and music can do that. Sometimes I know that there are many times a life, and I'll still do it. I I've talked about this all the time. I'll I'll be driving in the morning, and I'll just depend on how I'm feeling what kind of state I feel like I'm in and I've got music all different kinds of music. I enlisted I change my state in a car. Right. I mean, really change it. So, you know, look, these are these are real tactics is simple ideal music, but you should be making music list and playlists and all kinds of stuff to help you switch or change your state. Depending on what you're going through in a given day. All right. Let's get to your emails. Terminent male. You've got mail. Hi, ken. This is from face. She says I can over my experience in being interviewed. I've become much more confident, and I'm using your resells a resource to do better in interviews. So I feel good about solar interviews, but what about group interviews. I I'm applying for my nursing program in the next few months and group interviews are going to be a part of the selection process. And I know that in the past I have been overshadowed in group interviews how to make myself standup. Okay. So appreciate the Email faith, but my how to win the interview resource on Ken Coleman dot com..

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"coleman " Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"coleman " Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Let's go to Jeremiah who's on the line in Indianapolis, Indiana. Jeremiah, you're on the Ken Coleman show. Hey, are you doing kiss? I am living the dream, sir. How can I help? Hey, so recently, I was in my sweet spot. I had the opportunity to create Marlon job. I was corporate trainer in doing training oil. But the environment was very very toxic in. I ended up transitioning to another role in the staffing industry and great company. Great company culture. However, it just feels like something that's missing. Sweet spot. That's exactly right. You know? It's missing. You know, what's missing you're not doing work that you absolutely love. And so you're missing the juice, your juice. Am I right? Yeah. You're right. So so what's your question from a branch, man? I'm a branch manager now. So basically, should I just work with this company and try to create my sweet spot through them? Or should. I just look for something else to do. Well, do they back to my sweet spot? Sure. Well, do they do corporate training? I mean, do they do training in this current staffing company? No. It's a smaller company family ram business. Well, I can exist yet. Exactly. But does the opportunity exists? What I mean by that is the is the market there. So if you look at who their core customers are is there an opportunity that previously. They just haven't thought about or they haven't had the resources. I e you to be able to fill this need. Is there a felt need by this family business? Do their customers have this need for what you can do as a trainer. Probably not than than than not right now. Then we don't want to bark up the street. So Boker towed address your specific questions, you need to stay with them for now because I don't want you to jump off a cliff, but you are immediately. I mean as soon as you hang up the phone with me, you are looking for corporate training gigs. And you know, you know, the industry already know your sweet spot. So you're not like a lot of my callers. You have crystal clarity. You know, and you had to get there. So go for it. You be back in that world where you were training. And here's the good news because you left a sweet spot job because of bad culture. You know, what to look for going in on the front end of this deal. You know, what to look for you know, the questions to ask and you're smart enough guide to ask the right questions. So that you get a sense for the culture that you're about ready to apply to be in. And so I think if you do that on the front end, you're going to be fine. But you. You sir have to have to pursue with reckless abandon getting back in your sweet spot because for you. You know, exactly what it is. And it's okay to sit tight for as long as it's going to take you to get there. But I mean, it's activity every day if not you're gonna you're gonna really lose the juice, and you're gonna you're gonna fall into a rut, and I don't want you in a rut you understand what I'm saying. All right. My man. Hey, you've got this. You've done it before you'll be able to do it. Again. I want you to have terrific confidence to step right back into your sweet spot. You know, just a quick thought here for for the Jeremiah's out there. Yeah. Yeah. I'm so glad he called in. I really am. So glad he said what he said. It's a great reminder. When you step out of that sweet spot. Even if it's for the right reason when a bad culture, and you put yourself in another situation you immediately. No, you just feel it. Did you hear him? He said something's missing. And I called it out. I'll tell you. What's missing? I I have some fun with it and call it juice, but it's just straight up passion. You know? That's what it is. I if you don't love what you do you start getting into law, really fast, really fast..

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"coleman " Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"coleman " Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"One call away from clarity eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven. Let's go to a FIA in Washington. DC Afia you're on the Ken Coleman show. I can't hear you. I'm good. Did. I say your name, right A. It's Christmas notation. Oh, wow. Okay. Just wanted to make sure I would not be able to concentrate. Thank you to Madison for putting the pronunciation properly. I couldn't concentrate and try to help you out if I didn't say your name, right? So thrilled to have you on the show today? How can I help ASO and tired of my nine at five like to be an entrepreneur? But I don't know a business idea or where to start. Okay. All right. So tell me about the draw of being an entrepreneur. So we'll try to figure out what that is. And maybe what direction wanna go, but I wanna I get to the Y. What about being an entrepreneur working for yourself? What what drives you to that idea? But I think I encounter lodge association of Anna, not bad, but could be I guess mobile on the freemen look making my own hours. But then I want to or. Event to on just having flexibility to kind of be my own bath. And kinda if I wanna be certain types of work that I'm better at I do that. And and trying to look on the things over but not it's not my thing. Gosh, not will. I think I think everybody enjoys the idea of flexibility and doing what they are good at. So that's where we start. So here's what we do on the show fee of we when somebody's not sure where they wanna go. We start with the things that are going to give you the best clues. And that is your talents, your strengths your skills things you do best. And and that's what you're going to end up using to do what you love to do most. So for you got to look at both because I don't think you have any clear to your direction right now. If I'm understanding that right? Is that correct? You just kinda unsure unsure all right? Great. So let's talk about what you do best. What are the natural talents? That you have you were born with these talents. You just always been good at these task or at these top. Six or subjects if I interviewed everybody that knows you they'd say oh without a question. This is what she does best. What are those input on very creative at try out there, and it comes to eat bickering their homes or just picking days to kind of do some creative things a little differently? So I put uncreative okay, all than is reliable kind of I do pants handiwork kind of much. Tell me about that. I guess tell me tell me about the handiwork on the side that you've done that people have complimented you on. So I. I went to eighty thousand I treat it pitcher collage periods. The things she was coming travelers with yet. But pitchers of the cost for her. The other. I keep furniture as on the interstates. You're on dart bullies and things like that. Okay. Now, let me ask you this. What do you love to do more than anything else? If I could just say to you today, a fee, I'm gonna pay you X amount of dollars, and that dollar amount is what you needed to not just survive, but you would be thriving. And I said, you just go do this, whatever it is you want to do, and you would say to me. Oh, well, this is what I would love to do. What is it make me make music? Are you talented at music? I have not focused on it. And I'm not talented music. It's hard. I know I have on. Right. Well, where I'm going with this is is I'm going to push you on that particular answer. There's no question. You have a passion for music because that was the incident came up, but you've got to have the ability. If you're going to be an entrepreneur and make money doing this. You're going to have to have the ability to be so good at being a musician. Whether it's performing. Or writing or producing where people pay you for that. But I think for you as you're looking at I want to steer your different direction. And this is your homework assignment because you're at the very beginning stage. And that's discovery..

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"coleman " Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

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01:56 min | 3 years ago

"coleman " Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Five seven seven talking about my resume template on the Ken Coleman, show dot com website. That's it, you know. And that's why we laid it out that way. Let me give you the secret sauce to this template. The secret sauce to our template is simply this. We want the person who's looking at it. We want there is to lock in on those headings because what it does it does that head tilt that the that the dog does sometimes when they're not quite sure what is the you know, what I mean. It's that that's exactly what you want. Because now you've got their attention. And you've got a chance at engagement. So our template is about attention first, locking the attention in and think about all the things that you're fighting for when you when you submit a resume or in this situation a scholarship application, they're going to read it more. So with the scholarship application than the resume, but he still wanna stand out, and it gives a wonderful wonderful guide all the way through the process there. So that's good. I love that rooting for you Jay, by the way, I'd love to hear back from you. If you get the the scholarship that'd be a fun. Little quick Email to celebrate. We love that. And this is a good point here. I want to mention even if you don't wanna call on the show with an update. We we want to celebrate people. So we've got our dream screen when you step into the dream role. We wanna do that. That's big phone. We got more of those coming, but also just these celebrations. Hey, I'm on two miles in on a twenty six point two mile marathon. But I was just here a couple months ago, and I've seen some real growth, and I'm super excited we need to hear that we as a collective group of people it encourages more people than you could possibly imagine. And you've earned it, and you can also Email in your celebration. Certainly if you've been a caller in the past, and you making some progress celebrate each other sometimes, that's the juice you need to keep going when you hit maybe mile four or five and feeling tired..

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01:31 min | 3 years ago

"coleman " Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Get yourself where you need to be get out your phone, text, the word checkup. Why wouldn't you do this, by the way checkup? Just text the word check up to three seventy nine that's three three seven eight nine three three seventy nine techs checkup. Two three three seven eight nine, and we will give you your checklist. And I'm telling you guys specifically you wanna make mama happy. When you go home tonight, tell them, hey, I texted in. I got this ticket. We're going to get this thing taken care of. So that she sleeps better and usually butter. All right. Another way to get your questions answered on the show is Email. Let's get to the. Cans electrolytic mail. Got mail the Email addresses asked can Coleman dot com. If you're going to send an Email question, it's got to be brief and super specific. Because I don't have the advantage of able to ask you questions to give you the best answer. I one comes. I like this. We've not had a question like this. And I've got an answer in an idea. I haven't cleared this by Madison. So I might get an eye roll here. But I think this is a really good idea, Katie writes in I've got a question about design of the resume. I'm in the marketing field, and I have a lot of pressure to make my resume pop in design layout as well as content. What does your general advice on this front? Do you have a couple of layout options? She's talking about the Ken Coleman show resume template, which by the way, tens and tens of thousands of people have downloaded it. We're hearing every day. We've heard.

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04:07 min | 3 years ago

"coleman " Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Facebook dot com slash Ken Coleman show YouTube. Just search Ken Coleman show Instagram at Ken Coleman show Twitter. Atkin calm them all the places to connect with us and be a part of this movement of people stepping into their God-given calling. All you. That's right. Eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven coming up. Get to your emails, but first we get to the phones Josh is on the line in Springfield, Illinois. Josh you're on the Ken Coleman show. How are you? Josh. I'm living the dream, man. How are you? Well, I'm trying to live the dream like it. I like it. Let's see how I can help. What's going on? Okay. So I'm as I was talking to Madison I'm trying to gain some perspective on careers sort of change. I currently own a business, and I'm successful doing really well. But I'm thinking about taking a short term hiatus and working for someone else to gain some some knowledge some. Sure up some weaknesses. Let me put it that way. That's very interesting. What weaknesses are you trying to shore up? So currently, I am a one person operation lineage of the business. It was three of us. One gentleman my best friend he passed away. I bought the business from his family. And then it's become just me over the last three years. So what's the I'm talking but once the weaknesses because the entire question was predicated on you saying I wanna take a hiatus from a successful business. And the reason I want to take a hiatus from a successful business is because I want to shore up some weaknesses Amish strengths guy. So I don't really believe in doing anything with weaknesses other than communicating everybody. What they are. And then mitigating for them, which is a fancy word for saying create. Systems in place or putting people around me. So that my weaknesses aren't glaring problems for me, the organization cetera et cetera. So what is that you're trying to fix? The main one is that I'm I'm a one person operation, and I'm trying to grow back to old couple people. And as I'm doing this. I've I've hired I've not done a good job of hiring. I tried learning. How to ask about or questions and get better results from people? And I'm having a really hard time figuring that all out and not only managing the the money side of their that equation. But all you know, getting the good the right person. Entrusting. Okay. Going in that. I think that's a weakness that I have. Okay. But that doesn't mean you need to take a hiatus and go work for somebody else. I think that's the last thing you need to do. So am I missing side? Is there another reason why you want to and what is high is mean? Setting the business now for a while. Or what what does that mean? Yeah. Yeah. That's that's the that's the idea that I'm exploring right now. And quite frankly, I think that a lot of it comes down to the I'm a little bit of passionate on building a little bit of resentment for my own company, and for the this company does make sense. But I think that the reason that you're you're losing some passion and your building resemblance because you're you're you're keep running into the same brick walls. And after a while you start to get bad at the wall. Even though it's not the walls fault. Yes. Okay wrong. All right. So so let's let's let me give you a different perspective. What I think you should do. What is the business? Tell me row. Quick. Give me the ten second. What is the business smart homes, put technology into homes and make it work? Keep it working. Okay. Great. So you're the installer. You're the CEO sounds like you're the CFO as well..

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"coleman " Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

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02:31 min | 3 years ago

"coleman " Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Hired guides. Ken Coleman dot com. Why wouldn't you try it? Boy, I'm fired up. It's a little wacky. But I liked it might as well be talking about me. It can home and guys little wacky. What I like it. These are career goals. I don't mind if you call me wacky. If you listen to me, and you do and I tell you to do you can call me wacky all day long. I just don't care. Do you know why because I'm right? And if you trust me, and you do this stuff it works. All right back to your calls. Eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven we go to Calgary Canada to Nasihah. Nazia? I'm Reuss struggling. I got nervous there. Did I say that? Right. You said it, right? So to be talking to you Ken super stoked to be listening to you. So what's going on? Okay. So I'm in a scenario right now where I love my work. I love the realm of what I do. But I have been I've had my bosses clearly communicates me there's no potential growth. There's no outlook really for this position other than what I'm doing right now. And in addition to that, it's also volatile environment. So I am looking to move on. But I feel like I'm in a situation where I'm feeling desperate to get out. And I'm also looking for and decent pay increase. So I feel like I'm not quite sure if I'm filtering things correctly. I had an interview this week that I'm hopeful then gain the position, and I'm just not even sure if it's in my sweet spot or not. But I I can sell it to them like like it is. And I can sell us myself. Like it is. I'm just not sure if long-term if it's where I. Should be or not or even how to filter that properly because I feel like I'm putting everything through the income filter. And then also my desperation to get out of my career. There's no question. Yeah. There's no question that you wanna get out of there. And and not only you want to get out of there. That's really the biggest driver for you that's causing the tension and the anxiety is you just tired of that location. You want to get out? And by the way, I like to make some more money. So in this particular situation, I'm okay with you moving into another role that it mid may not be in your sweet spot, but it is a healthier environment. And you're making more money. If here's why I'm okay with that. If you're committed, and I know you.

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02:10 min | 3 years ago

"coleman " Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Ken Coleman. Or Ken Coleman on Facebook. So Facebook dot com slash Ken Coleman show. That's the actual address there. So there you go. I really find that to be interesting because I think we can all be creative. I've said that many times on the show if you tell me, you're not creative. I'm gonna say by and I'm gonna show you how you are creative. So the idea of creative thinking problem solving that is massive which by the way, there's no direct connection in this in this article, but I'm going to take another step on this. The fact that companies are looking for creativity. Tells me they're looking for men and women who are willing to take fresh perspective on situations problem solving and figured out. They can teach them the day-to-day skills, but they want somebody who has an open mind and who can look at a problem or look at a solution and figure how to make the solution. But they want that type of perspective. That's what they're looking for so own it, and you can teach creativity. So again, I listed out. Some of those courses that linked in offering go get them all over the internet. I'm sure there's some free webinars and all kinds of stuff books go for it. That's a huge deal. And by the way, if you're somebody that's listening right now, and you're going to play for a job this year. Hey, put creativity right at the top of your skills. Put it out there. If you really believe is we want ally to people, but if you're are creative person, creative thinker, there's no scale. So I don't want an emails or phone. Calls. Well, Kim, I think I'm creative. But I don't know from creative enough stop at, you know, if you're creative for heaven's sakes. Put it down eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven is the number eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven. Give us a call right now. We start with Justin who's on the line in Hobart, Indiana. Justin, you're on the Ken Coleman show. Hey, caring. Good afternoon. How are you, sir? I'm doing great. How are you? I am living the dream. How can I help today? Hey, i'm. I live up in Chicago land area looking to relocate down to Tampa..

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"coleman " Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"coleman " Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Zone. Florida Daryl you're on the Ken Coleman show. Hi, how are you? I'm good. How are you today? I'm good. Thanks. We spoke on the air few weeks ago. You were incredible. And you helped me find my sweet spot. Oh good now. Yeah. It will blind. So remind me tell what tell all of us real quick. I remember talking to you. But I don't remember the details. What what is your sweet spot? So it's basically taking my production my lungs production and making things happen for other people, and my I guess, my my sensibility of around creativity and sort of making the impossible happen for others sort of my superpower feel like the core. The core operations outta creative company. Go someone that the I like a company that puts out creative content a media company or something but be at the core of their operations rate. Okay. So what's going on? What are we talking about today? Okay. So I'm ready to embark on a job search, and I have a resume question for you do for. Okay. So right now, my I guess the last five years of experience doesn't really light up with the the job. I want to have. So I I'm sort of going backwards in time. And maybe like I've or six seven years ago when I was producer. That's more of what I'm trying to target, but I've got like five or six seven years of just graphic design sa-, you know, experience. So here's a do. No, no, you're worrying that you're worried about the the order of your work in. So I wouldn't put it in their way that you're laying it out to me. I would put in your former media production work at the top of your experience. So when you get what I've done section on my template. Yeah. You just need to lead with that. The most relevant were goes, I okay. There's no gaps in your employment. So you have nothing to worry about. And first of all, I don't think that's that big of a deal. Anyway, I've had many people Email or call in about that issue. But in your specific situation, Darryl just lead with that most relevant experience. I that's what I say in the actual template. The PDF lead with the most relevant. I'm fine with you'll even stuff off your resume in the reason is is because you want the most relevant work experience possible. So go ahead and put that up there first, and then anybody with a brain can follow the track there. Okay. So she did this from this time and this time, but she's been doing this last six or seven years, but that doesn't matter she did this. So the most relevant experience is what matters. Remember, they're scanning that resume in about six to sixty seconds. So the relevant experience you have. So don't worry about it. Don't worry about the Oregon. Don't put it in the chronological order put it in the order of importance as it relates to relevance. Make sense. Yeah. Yes. It does. But yes it, but that little so you're often wrong. Hey, I know I know I know I'm pushing you a little bit because everybody and their mother does does the chronological work experience, but kin remember what this is folks this is a brochure. Your resume is a brochure. They're barely skiing in this thing. If you're just submitting cold. But I am asking you to go beyond what most people do, and it is hard to find some type of connection that has a mutual relationship attached to it. You wanna connection with somebody who's hiring? And that connection is a mutual relationship where that relationship can vouch for you. And I don't care if it's one degree two degrees. Thirty four degrees. Five years. I don't really care. But it's got to be a solid enough recommendation where they go. Okay..

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"coleman " Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"coleman " Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"You're on the Ken Coleman show Fagan out of the on day. I am living the dream kale. How are you? Amd in pretty good good. How can I help? Well, I'm gonna discovery stage right now, my sold out my mission statement that was just trying to put everything together. And I was one one new to see if you can help me give me some guy that's helped me out with where I'm going. Tell me tell me what you have written down or just from your head and your heart here. What is if you've done the discovery, and you've got that purpose sentence, at least sketched out tell me what you have. All right. Then my first draft is. I'll use my talents of learning and accomplishing new skills task in connecting with people to compete in new activities that create Seidman and allowed me go places and experience new things. I like it. It's not very specific as it. Now. It's very in big useless. Well, it's okay. So let's break this thing down for a moment. All right. Just real quick. I want you to just just give me you've got that in front of you. Give me the top skills. You said learning. Yep. Learning anytime I ever needed to learn how to do something whether it's physical or you know, mental, you know, been able just be able to do it. Let's my number one sid learning. What else what were the other two connecting with people? Anybody have asked them what they think my biggest skills are they'd be they'd say connecting with people and interacting. Okay. Last one. Or was it just learning accomplishing towel new task? Okay. Now, let's go over to the passion side. What did you because you that's where it got pretty ambiguous? And I want to help you dive deep. So what what was the passion? How'd you have that listed? I'd be compete in new activities that create excitement allow me to go places. Yeah. That's a really interesting. What does it mean compete? You've got some ideas here. Don't be ashamed. Don't be embarrassed. What does it mean? Well, when I look back on, you know, you've mentioned, you know, doing things that make time go away is just anytime that I'm competing in something. Like when I when I want to do something to want to be a muddy like, I just lose lose total tracker time. And that's all I'm consumed by. Okay. What? Creating climate. It would be what does it end up out of me like when I'm going places to a new event or going skiing or just go on the races. It's like the lead up to it gets me so excited and an almost when I'm there. It's like, I'm not I'm done interested like, yeah. All right. So here's here's how old are you? I'm lousy twenty five. Okay. And I wanna know what were what work if you dreamed about is there not a role or type of work that you've wondered about before. Because I think he you pretty much know what fires your pistons. The question is how does that exist in a role? Have you ever thought about that? What's on your mind? Yeah. I Vince they want to be doing my own thing. My motivated by you know, the thought of burning burning mound money, and you know, creating my own business. But I literally have no idea how to okay what what did you wondered about? What work? Have you wondered about? What what subject matters things of that nature? I I want you to just blurted out. You know, multiple things that went through my mind. Give me a couple at the top. That have made you excitement. I don't want any limitations just shoot it out. Go. Maybe doing real estate or some type of trucking selling insurance. But I really don't know if those things would get me fired up. What's been your work experience? Give you the quick gimme the quick timeline. You're only twenty five what have you done? So far momma farm loan off the right now. And I been I've done that since I got to college in thousand sixteen so farm loehmann's. Yeah. Farm loans. I think you're holding back on something. That's what I think. I don't think you're telling me everything because if you get into real estate are you get into insurance, then let me tell you what you can do there..

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