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Dan Harris On How To Keep Your Sanity Right Now
"Today's guest is one of my favorites, ABC News journalist author of ten percent happier and meditation for fidgety skeptics Dan Harris. He's got a great and very funny way of turning ancient wisdom into useful everyday tools for staying sane. Today. We talk about election sanity or lack thereof, and he shares some great trainable mental skills and practices that can give us a bit of a boost right now. I for one really need it. My favorite new phrase is hugging the Dragon. You'll know why when he describes it later in the show now here's Dan. Dan. It's so great to have you back on tangled today. Thanks for me. Yeah. In preparing for this interview, I was looking back at an interview. You did. Let's see Sharon Salzberg Joanna. And David Gillis from the New York Times it was in two thousand sixteen and it was so interesting because you we're talking about the election and how is one of the most difficult elections? Any of US had ever experienced and we're told unlike Sharon's advice was not to catastrophes and to stay in the present moment and as devastating as things are right now I had to laugh a little bit because. Things did get pretty catastrophic over these last four years and certainly feel that way now and I wanted to understand from you what are you feeling right now and what is your advice as a journalist and also a mindfulness expert what are you telling people right now to keep their sanity while there's so many things say about this in no particular order, there are a bunch of things that I would recommend. To keep your sanity I call them the Pantheon no brainers, and notwithstanding the fact that I'm a meditation evangelist. A meditation fundamentalist. So I don't think you can meditate all of your problems way. I think in terms of having a holistic approach to being sane and happy and flourishing there are some obvious moves including meditation but also getting enough sleep. Exercise or movement. Access to nature positive relationships in your life having social contact, which has been deeply undervalued nutrition. Work or just meaningful even if your day job isn't meaningful, having meaningful volunteer work having some purpose in your life. So those are just some obvious science backed recommendations. I would add on to other things for right now one is titrate your news consumption. And I say this as a new professional and somebody who believes that we need to be aged and informed citizens who vote and who do what we can to advance the policies that we care about but you don't want to get so sucked into your twitter feed that you're useless. And then the final thing I'd say is that I suspect we'll talk more about this but we've been over on my podcast ten percent happier we've been. Doing a special series of episodes about a specific kind of meditation that in my view could be really helpful right now, which is a kind of meditation that was not a fan of that. I heard about it seemed very, very syrupy but a set of practices known as the Brahma, the horrors or the divine abodes that are basically training up our capacity to be loving. So I, want you to talk a little. Bit More about that because I certainly think this and there are four particular skills that we cultivate with those practices and I want to understand how you are using the practices personally to manage your feelings and also you have to be on guard with the news every minute ensure you're getting instant messages and phone calls and it's nonstop. So that's an extreme situation compared to the rest of us who have to titrate. Or reading the paper. How do you implement these practices to feel more sane in your day? Will let me just say about news consumption. Yes. I am in the Biz but one thing that's been really helpful I just turned off all my notifications. So if there is something where the office needs to reach me, they'll call me or text me but beyond that I'm deciding when I'M TUNING And I'm not here to say that I'm somehow perfect in that I never compulsively check. Van Bored or lonely or hungry or tired than I can definitely fall into doom scrolling or whatever it is. So perfection is not on offer here, but we can yet marginally better through just being delivered about it and just setting some boundaries I think turning up notifications is huge. And then also just using your capacity for mindfulness self-awareness to see like how's it going on our number three on twitter? How do you feel and using that as a good feedback for whether you should continue or maybe do something else?
Dan Harris On How To Keep Your Sanity Right Now
"Today. We talk about election sanity or lack thereof, and he shares some great trainable mental skills and practices that can give us a bit of a boost right now. I for one really need it. My favorite new phrase is hugging the Dragon. You'll know why when he describes it later in the show now here's Dan. Dan. It's so great to have you back on tangled today. Thanks for me. Yeah. In preparing for this interview, I was looking back at an interview. You did. Let's see Sharon Salzberg Joanna. And David Gillis from the New York Times it was in two thousand sixteen and it was so interesting because you we're talking about the election and how is one of the most difficult elections? Any of US had ever experienced and we're told unlike Sharon's advice was not to catastrophes and to stay in the present moment and as devastating as things are right now I had to laugh a little bit because. Things did get pretty catastrophic over these last four years and certainly feel that way now and I wanted to understand from you what are you feeling right now and what is your advice as a journalist and also a mindfulness expert what are you telling people right now to keep their sanity while there's so many things say about this in no particular order, there are a bunch of things that I would recommend. To keep your sanity I call them the Pantheon no brainers, and notwithstanding the fact that I'm a meditation evangelist. A meditation fundamentalist. So I don't think you can meditate all of your problems way. I think in terms of having a holistic approach to being sane and happy and flourishing there are some obvious moves including meditation but also getting enough sleep. Exercise or movement. Access to nature positive relationships in your life having social contact, which has been deeply undervalued nutrition. Work or just meaningful even if your day job isn't meaningful, having meaningful volunteer work having some purpose in your life. So those are just some obvious science backed recommendations. I would add on to other things for right now one is titrate your news consumption. And I say this as a new professional and somebody who believes that we need to be aged and informed citizens who vote and who do what we can to advance the policies that we care about but you don't want to get so sucked into your twitter feed that you're useless. And then the final thing I'd say is that I suspect we'll talk more about this but we've been over on my podcast ten percent happier we've been. Doing a special series of episodes about a specific kind of meditation that in my view could be really helpful right now, which is a kind of meditation that was not a fan of that. I heard about it seemed very, very syrupy but a set of practices known as the Brahma, the horrors or the divine abodes that are basically training up our capacity to be loving. So I, want you to talk a little. Bit More about that because I certainly think this and there are four particular skills that we cultivate with those practices and I want to understand how you are using the practices personally to manage your feelings and also you have to be on guard with the news every minute ensure you're getting instant messages and phone calls and it's nonstop. So that's an extreme situation compared to the rest of us who have to titrate. Or reading the paper. How do you implement these practices to feel more sane in your day? Will let me just say about news consumption. Yes. I am in the Biz but one thing that's been really helpful I just turned off all my notifications. So if there is something where the office needs to reach me, they'll call me or text me but beyond that I'm deciding when I'M TUNING And I'm not here to say that I'm somehow perfect in that I never compulsively check. Van Bored or lonely or hungry or tired than I can definitely fall into doom scrolling or whatever it is. So perfection is not on offer here, but we can yet marginally better through just being delivered about it and just setting some boundaries I think turning up notifications is huge. And then also just using your capacity for mindfulness self-awareness to see like how's it going on our number three on twitter? How do you feel and using that as a good feedback for whether you should continue or maybe do something else?
Effort to foster orphaned mountain lion cubs in wild fails
"Done it with bears. Biologists have managed to place orphan bear cubs with foster bear mamas, and they adopted them, so they Decided to try the same thing with two orphan mountain line kittens in the Santa Monica Monica Mountains, Mountains, and and as as far far as as they they knew knew it it had had never never been been attempted attempted before before putting putting mountain mountain Lion Lion orphans orphans in in another another Dan Dan with with another another female female mountain mountain lion lion and and her her own own kitten. We have to wait until the mother is away from the den to go in and do anything Seth Riley's with the National Park Service, he says. During that week, they had to leave the orphans with the L. A zoo. And as soon as the other mom P. 65 left the Dan to go catting around. Of urine from one of her own kittens and rubbed it on the orphans and put them in the same down and making them more like you know, like 65 kids. Sadly, it didn't work. The mom eventually took her own kittens to build a new Dan and didn't bother to take the orphans with her, and they wouldn't have been able to survive on their own. We did we did this because we really want to give them a shot, too. Stay in the wildest possible The orphans were now in a wildlife sanctuary in Arizona, But Riley says if they had to do it all over again, they certainly would. John Baird KO next 10 70 news radio. The
Atlanta Falcons players defend Dan Quinn
"Three with consecutive weeks of big collapse losses with with time time to to reflect reflect on on his his team team state state of of affairs affairs in in his his own own job job status, status, head head coach coach Dan Dan Quinn Quinn met met with with reporters reporters today. today. No No doubt doubt the the last last couple couple weeks weeks is is tough tough as as it it gets gets in in the the regular regular season, season, when when you you have have the lead and you lose them. Leads of 16 in 19 points history making to lose back to back from leading by that much late in games and remember the fail to recover the onside kick versus Dallas when remains head coach and tells reporters there's lots to improve upon. But he notes, the players support. He's getting appreciate their comments but mornings and you do want to fight like hell for what you believe in and I do believe in this team at Detrick. It's 95.5 W. S. B and J. T.
Social justice on Atlanta Falcons' minds as camp nears end
"Athletes refusing to take take the the court court or or the the Diamond Diamond Atlanta Atlanta Falcons Falcons coach coach Dan Dan Quinn Quinn today today says says his his team team will will talk talk this this afternoon afternoon about about recent recent events events simply simply in in a a movement movement and and for for us. us. I think it's really important, you know, to get a chance to listen and to have space to do that as a team playing those still have a practice today,
Rising Star Freshman Congressman Dan Crenshaw Speaks at RNC
"This this hour, hour, early early third third night night of of the the Republican Republican National National Convention Convention is is now now completed. completed. Texas Texas Congressman Congressman Dan Dan Crenshaw Crenshaw was was among several speakers of praising president Trump cowering of the Iranian regime. And the restoration of the deterrence. Once lost is the result of America, believing in her own might again
Philadelphia - PIAA Votes To Begin Fall Sports Season On Monday
"School sports in Pennsylvania has given the green light to the fall season. KOW stand, Micah reports the P I L. A rejected Governor. Wolf's recommendation to postpone all sports until next year delayed the start of fall sports by two weeks after Governor Wolf earlier this month urged that scholastic and recreational use sports be put off until Janu Larry the governor, citing concerns over the spread of the Corona virus. But the board met Friday afternoon and voted to allow fall sports to begin let the record show 25 to 5 in favor of the motion to begin the false porch on Monday, August 24th. That's PR executive director Robert Lombardi, in a statement. The governing body for Pennsylvania School Sports says the board agrees the decision to compete in athletics. Should be made locally, allowing each school district to make its own choice about whether to proceed with sports and which ones some districts and leagues throughout the state of already canceled fall sports, including the Philadelphia School district. For his part, governor, Wolf has pointed out that major collegiate leagues have independently canceled fall sports He's also been clear that his recommendation is just that a recommendation and not in order order or or or Mandy Mandy Mandy Dan Dan Dan Micah Micah Micah K K K
Microsoft reveals more details about its 'Netflix for games' service, launching Sept. 15
"For games, and it will allow allow you you to to stream stream games games over over the the Internet Internet onto onto your your phones, phones, PC PC or or tablet. tablet. CBS's CBS's Dan Dan Mitchinson Mitchinson tells tells us us why why this this could could be be a a game game changer changer for for you. you. Or Or perhaps perhaps your kid playing games from the cloud where so much is store these days is gaining momentum in the $150 billion gaming industry and Microsoft wants a piece of it, You'll be able to play more than 100 games on your phone or tablet if you have the game passed ultimate subscription tech expert Brian Westbrook tells me that past will cost about $15 a month when it's released in September. He says he will be able to get a lot of the games you like along with some of the older classics without having to buy a new console, which could save you some money in the long run. Plus, it's a great way to keep him connected to those games while you're away from your console. The downside, Microsoft will be rolling out cloud gaming on android phones and tablets, but not PC or apple devices. So why is that we suspect it has something to do with the apples, APP store policies. And of course, it could be negotiation between Apple and Microsoft. Because, of course, as you could imagine, everybody wants a piece of the puzzle. So until then, maybe it's just time to go old school in San Francisco Damage in BBS. I remember that
The Racial Justice Reckoning Over Sports Team Names Is Spreading
"Week, week, There's There's been been another another reckoning reckoning in in sports, sports, whether whether to to change change team team names names or or logos logos that that contain contain Native Native American American emblems. emblems. In In stereotypes. stereotypes. There There is is time time to to Move Move for for Major Major League League Baseball's Baseball's Cleveland Cleveland Indians Indians announced announced they're they're considering considering changing changing the the team's team's name name manager manager Terry Terry Francona Francona feels feels now now is is an appropriate an appropriate time time for for change change Older. Older. We're We're never never trying trying to to be be disrespectful. disrespectful. I I still still feel feel that that way, way, but but I I don't don't think think that's that's a a good good enough enough answer. answer. Today. Today. The The announcement announcement comes comes a a little little over over a a year year after after Cleveland Cleveland removed removed its its chief chief Wahoo Wahoo logo, logo, a a cartoonish cartoonish caricature caricature of of a native a native American American man man long long considered considered racist. racist. It It also also came came shortly shortly after after the the announcement announcement at at Washington's Washington's NFL NFL franchises franchises weighing weighing whether whether to to change change its its team team name, name, which which is is widely widely regarded regarded as as a racial a racial slur. slur. Julian Julian Brave Brave Noise Noise Cat Cat contributes contributes to to ESPN ESPN is is the the undefeated undefeated He He writes writes that that the the team team name name references references Native Native American American skin skin color. color. In the In the bloody bloody scouts scouts of of indigenous indigenous People People taken taken his his bounty bounty by by white white colonists. colonists. If If a group a group of of people people are are speaking speaking out out about about the the racism racism of of a team a team logo, logo, it's it's It's It's quite quite the the thing thing to to go go and and claim claim that that actually actually know know you you are are honoring honoring them, them, and and it's it's hard hard for for me me to imagine to imagine the the same same thing thing happening happening for for another another racial racial group group in in the United the United States. States. Team Team owner owner Dan Dan Snyder Snyder has has bound bound for for years. years. He He never never changed changed the name. the name. Saying Saying the the term term actually actually embodies embodies honor, honor, respect respect and and pride. pride. Protesters Protesters and and advocacy advocacy groups groups have have called called for for change change for for decades. decades. But But on on ly ly in the in face the face of of mounting mounting economic economic pressure pressure did did Snyder Snyder finally finally announced announced they're they're reconsidering reconsidering investors investors with with major major sponsors sponsors from from Pepsi. Pepsi. FedEx FedEx in in Nike Nike sent sent letters letters asking asking the the companies companies to to terminate terminate their their relationship relationship with with Washington Washington unless unless it it agreed agreed to to a name a name change, change, which which you know you know kind kind of of exciting exciting on on the the one one hand, hand, but but the the reality reality it it reveals reveals about about the the power power of of capital. capital. In In our our culture culture and and society society is is a a little little bit bit of of a downer a downer for for me. me. But But those those two two franchises franchises don't don't stand stand alone. alone. A A world world without without native native mascots mascots is is the the ideal ideal world. world. Nick Nick Marin Marin is is a member a member of of this this a pony a pony tribe tribe in in a staff a staff writer writer for for the the New New Republic Republic any any kind kind of of imagery imagery like like that that and and specifically specifically as as it it relates relates to to native native people, people, because because we we have have been been made made invisible, invisible, forcibly forcibly the the idea idea that that we we would would You You get get rid rid of of the the walking walking Jim Jim NFL NFL team team and and keep keep the the Kansas Kansas City City Chiefs Chiefs It It speaks speaks a a certain certain hollowness hollowness that that I I think think this this kind kind of of corporate corporate social social justice justice campaigns campaigns often often involve involve the Kansas the Kansas City City Chiefs. Chiefs. Atlanta Atlanta Braves Braves in in Chicago Chicago Blackhawks Blackhawks are are among among professional professional franchises franchises that that continue continue to to employ employ Native Native American American imagery imagery on on their their jerseys jerseys in in their their team team names names and and in in cheers cheers by by fans fans has has become become a a very very normalized normalized thing, thing, which which I think I think is is common common place place with with a lot a lot of of systems systems and and forms forms of of institution. institution. Oppression. Oppression. These These things things we we don't don't think think of of them them in in the moment the moment as as being being particularly particularly egregious egregious because because they've they've become become so so normalized normalized in society. in society. Those Those franchises franchises aren't aren't following following the the lead lead of of Washington Washington in in Cleveland. Cleveland. None None of them of them announce announce name name changes, changes, though though Atlanta Atlanta is is reportedly reportedly considering considering no no longer longer allowing allowing the the Tomahawk Tomahawk chop chop chance chance at at games, games, and and the Blackhawks the Blackhawks went went on on to to say say that that their their team team name name and and logo logo symbolizes symbolizes an an important important native native American American figure. figure. And And they they aren't aren't moving moving toward toward formal formal change. change. It It reduces reduces you you to to a a caricature caricature there, there, 570 570 plus plus tribal tribal nations. nations. That's That's 570 570 plus plus tribal tribal cultures. cultures. Any Any kind kind of of idea idea that, that, like like there there is is one one kind kind of of Indian Indian is is very very reductionist reductionist kind kind of of view view of of US. US. President President Trump Trump even even weighed weighed in in this this week week via via Twitter, Twitter, saying saying the the names names of of Washington's Washington's in in Cleveland's Cleveland's teams teams Signify Signify strength strength and and not not weakness, weakness, and and they're they're merely merely considering considering the the change change to to be be politically politically correct. correct. The The president's president's statement statement in in the the very very decisions decisions of of these these franchises franchises do do raise raise questions questions isn't isn't important important to to distinguish distinguish between between the the offensiveness offensiveness of of each each individual individual team team name, name, and and is is any any of this of this iconography, iconography, actually actually honor honor or or respect respect the Native the Native Americans? Americans? Or Or in in same same team team names names and and logos logos on on our our native native people. people. Is Is that that merely merely perpetuating perpetuating cultural cultural appropriation appropriation and and the the use use of of stereotypical stereotypical Native Native American American imagery, imagery, Martin Martin says. says. It's It's not not that that slippery slippery of a of slope. a slope. If If you're you're saying saying our our mascot, mascot, our our team team name name is is not not as as racist racist as as Washington Washington NFL NFL team team still still an an admission admission that that it it is is races, races, Washington's Washington's head head coach, coach, Ron Ron Rivera, Rivera, who who is is one one of of four four minority minority head head coaches coaches in in the the NFL, NFL, told told The The Washington Washington Post. Post. It It would would be be awesome awesome if if the the team team changed changed its its name. name. In the In the National National Congress Congress of of American American Indians Indians have have long long opposed opposed the the use use of of Native Native American American stereotypical stereotypical imagery imagery in in professional professional sports. sports. As As professional professional sports sports franchises franchises are are choosing choosing to to reexamine reexamine these these issues issues in in the midst the midst of of America's America's reckoning reckoning over over race race relations, relations, they're they're faced faced with with a new a new choice. choice. Well, Well, economic economic pressures pressures determine determine if if they they choose choose to to rename rename their their teams teams or or will will they they listen listen to to decades decades long long calls calls from from Native Native American American advocacy advocacy groups groups to to eliminate eliminate the the use use of of these these emblems emblems of the of only the only reasons reasons happening happening so so swiftly swiftly is is because because their their this this is is something something that that native native people people years years of of ground ground Work Work into into and and so so what what this this moment moment kind kind of of larger larger cultural cultural reckoning reckoning has has become. become. It's It's just just kind kind of of an an impetus impetus to to say say Okay, Okay, Now Now is is the the time time to to finally finally get get rid rid of of these these things. things. Reporting for perspective. I'm Eric Mollo ABC News
FC Dallas Pulls Out Of MLS Tournament As 10 Players Test Positive For Coronavirus
"DFC. Dallas announced 10 players and one coach of tested positive for Corona virus. The major league soccer organization, then made the decision that withdraw the team from the MLS is back tournament just two days before it start in Orlando, Florida FC FC Dallas Dallas President President Dan Dan Hunt Hunt our our players players on on they they work work so so incredibly incredibly hard hard and and I I know know that that they're they're disappointed disappointed not not playing playing in in the the tournament. tournament. And And you you know, know, they they say say this this has been, you know, 90 tough days to get ready for this and this return to play. I think immobilised made the right decision. Hunt says he looks forward to resuming the season once everyone is healthy.
"dan dan" Discussed on The big d zone
"That they're compton. VPN Rog in. Keep it again. Welcome. You know what I mean. That's snipped off Flair, but I'll just doing the singer part. But. but anyway. California. and La as close as bars restaurants, we were de-clawing the date down yet. Again. And you know what happens if one stay closed down. It's going to start a chain reaction. And when I thought news on Fox News on the five th news. Blowing up a phone. I Eli. All Dan Dan Dan Dan Dan Dan Damn. YIP's. That happening in. What's going to happen to camp whittle? I, got can't widow and October because California with nearly Clo- flight more than three months. Yet more than three months. Today we're in the middle of heat wave I I had been having I. WanNa talk to your mouth. I think all the stress of this whole corona. Virus told toward Roy team to toll, not having liberties think trying to fight for your right. This starts to bring me down. I move on earlier today. I had a squeezing cramp. then. Later. I caught I caught an. Camden in just about a few minutes.
Refuting Ben Shapiro
"Here's how he starts. His most recent show Republicans brought up in the Senate a police reform bill and the police reform bill didn't give Democrats everything they wanted. For example, it did not outright. Ban Choke chokehold. It said that departments has to take a look at chokehold and decide how they would be applied, and the federal government would make its funding contingent on particular procedures. Put in place with regard to. To choke, hold now. They're a bunch of Democrats who think the chokehold should outright ban because either they are mischaracterizing what a chokehold is. There's a difference between a chokehold and a and a mission hall, or they're trying to deprive law enforcement of a tool, the sometimes require in order to make a situation more quiescence. Okay, hold on so right there the difference with a choke hold and a submission hold. What is he talking about? I know he's hinted at being a part of Brazilian Jujitsu. I have to. You know that some submission is called. It's called a rear naked choke. You're squeezing the carotid arteries of someone to reduce the oxygen flow to their brain, so yeah, if you have your bicep on the right carotid artery in your forearm, pressing into the left side. If you, do it properly it safe. The problem is most police. Officers are not trained to do it properly. You can watch the training. You can see them fight people in public I, personally have been a Ju. jitsu Jim where cops come to fight. They do not understand the actual and breakdowns of Brazilian Jujitsu on how to properly apply a rear naked choke. They don't do it correctly. They will crush your larynx. They stop your breathing. That's not what choke is supposed to do. Okay, and let's be clear. Clear to that. That I think just stopping. The colts is also misguided even on the Democrat side I think it's misguided I think it needs to talk about bodyweight on. Someone's back the ability to breathe while you're leaning on. Someone's back as fixation we need. We need to ban all sorts of things like that, but I don't think it's fair to say that. They're mischaracterizing a chokehold from being a submission hold because nobody's preventing cops from putting someone in an arm bar. Let's be clear about that. That as opposed to being forced to use deadly force in a case where somebody is resisting, arrest me, and this is really one of the instances in which officers you see, an officer and the officer is trying to put somebody into submission. Hold read they're trying to. They're trying to deprive oxygen to the brain, not the personnel, or at least put the person and more quiet than state. The alternative to that is the person continuing to thrash around struggle. Maybe grabbed. The officer's got bent so often talks in. In absolutes he is so black or white absolutes. You're going to hear him today. Say things like every single time. It's not true all they want. It's not true. These these are Straw man after Straw man after Straw man of the Democratic position and I WANNA. Be Clear I'm not a registered. Democrat I'm an independent I consider myself a liberal I, don't I don't say I'm a leftist and I'm certainly not on the right and here lately. I can't even say have even been in the center I'm. Left of center, but I'm a liberal if you have any of credibility. You should pay attention to rappaport rules, and if you don't know what that is, look up Dan Dan. It read his books and or Google rappaport rules, and the very core of reports rules are. If you don't fully understand someone else's argument, you're not yet ready to create an argument against him. You should be. You should be able to state their argument back to them in a way that they say. Wow, yes, that's the way I feel and I. Wish I would put it that way once you can do that to someone then you're willing to make an argument against them. But these blind strokes of of all and and absolutes are just crazy, and that's not the alternative. Ben If you walk into a situation assuming I either have to choke you or shoot you because I'm an occupying force here to make the streets. then. Yeah, you're going to be violent. Either way these yeah, the choke holds pretty. Damn Nice when you put it that way. That shouldn't be the cops job.
The Moment Of Clarity
"Well welcome back fellow salespeople and do. I have a story for you today. I know everybody has different reasons why they got into the sales business. And I'm going to share with you one of the reasons. Why sometimes you feel like your whole life was built just for like one little situation. You're like oh it all makes sense. Sometimes you have that moment sometimes i. I'm one month I made A. I made a hundred thousand dollars this one month. Selling a particular product a hundred grand and I thought to myself man. I got it figured out and I remember thinking this must be how the Golfer feels you know when they get the whole in one. Are you only get that or the Bowler when they got? I just shot a perfect game. I got it I got the whole thing. And then of course. The next month was zero. You figure out a way to come to that but I I enjoy zero just as much. I enjoy the whole thing. You've got to figure it out and I can tell you. There's a time where it all made sense to me. I had to do with my my hitchhiking trip. If you haven't heard past episodes about my hitchhiking trip are or maybe having been talked about it those twenty one years old and I had my first Business Adelie. Dj's Country Delhi and my friends were coming home from college. Maybe I was twenty two coming home from college and I'm looking around like heck you know. I think I missed something here. And so I set my store up with a manager and I took off or turn out to be eight months. Took no money just got jobs along the way but one time I was in Texas and I remember I was in Texas because men Texas Texas is big. If you've not been to Texas I mean it just it goes for ever if you're walking and that's what I was some days. I just wanted to walk you know and I was trying to find myself and so I'm just walking. People would stop tried to pick me up. I'm like I'm actually Texas a funny thing. One time I was I guess near El Paso and I was walking all day. You know I probably twenty miles at day thirty miles. I don't know I was just walking. And some guy stopped in the afternoon and picked me up and he goes. Listen the only reason why I'm picking you up right now is because I saw you on the same road when I was going to work this morning so I let him as sometime in Texas while I'm walking and I'm not necessarily a real religious guy though I do believe in God and I was. I was walking and I was literally. I was stopped in my tracks. It was like there was a like from the from the sun a poll. That would right now through my head and through my feet and just anchored me to the ground. I couldn't move by one real spiritual moment. I couldn't move. I didn't know what was going. I actually think I started weeping. I was crying and I'm like what is what is going on and after a while it just passed that I moved on but for that brief moment I had pure clarity that if the whole world would end of all the comforts and conveniences of life would end the age would be all right. I would figure out a way to get by. That's when I decided to be a sales person. That's why I decided whatever I was going to do with my businesses however I was going to grow my business. It wasn't through analytics. It wasn't through saving money. It wasn't through accounting. Was going to be driving more sales more profit into that company by an essence. Brokering deals between somebody who had a need or want for something and then a product to service that need and I was going to capture something on the inside because I knew that I could do that from anywhere on the planet at any time and now with the Internet. It's just that much easier to find those buyers and final sellers and put them together. I realized then this is the best business in the world. And it's the best business in the world for you as well and I know there was a moment you just fell into sales. Then you can easily fall out of it but if you if you run towards it baby it's a it's a good way to live. The practice of the art of sales is the practice of personal development. And you could only get better with practice. Well that was a fun story. What do you think of that Mister producer man. I hope you enjoyed it. And you stuck around to the end and if you have any questions or if you'd like your your your business to grow and you have some by Deism how you can do it. Just send me an email. Dan Dan Dan DOT COM. Subscribe to my Youtube Channel. And remember. You're the best you really are. If you listen to this whole thing think of how many billions of people haven't listened to this. You're one of this special few that did and I really appreciate you on the page. Go Get him today will you?
Chicago: 2 Shot on Dan Ryan Expressway in Chatham
"A man and a woman were were shot shot as as they they headed headed north north on on the the Dan Dan Ryan Ryan expressway expressway Sunday Sunday at at Chicago's Chicago's Chatham Chatham neighborhood neighborhood or or from from WGN's WGN's Pam Pam Jones Jones Illinois Illinois state state troopers troopers were were called called to to the the Dan Dan Ryan Ryan near near seventy seventy ninth ninth street street at at about twelve twelve AM a witness called police when she heard gunshots and saw a vehicle swerve and crash on the seventy ninth street off route the caller said three people ran from the car that crashed a man and a woman told emergency responders they had been shot on the right both were expected to survive
Evelyn Tribole on Meditation and Mindfulness
"Here we go Evelyn AAA great to meet you like likewise? I'm so excited to be here. Thanks for making time for this. Yeah absolutely so. How did you get into meditation? It's so bizarre. It was a securities route. The long short story is when my mom was dying of cancer I keep missing sessions with patients and I would tell them why I didn't think flaky and so patient might give me a book called Mindful Grieving and I remember looking at it. They can wind the hell. Do I wanNA feel migrelief. I am a ten of sadness and it broke me open because I noticed during those times I practice some mindfulness as I knew it back then I was just a little baby meditators but I noticed there was times as neutral. There was time to actually was happy even though my mom was dying and so it opens something up and then end up taking a this is this is really funny. I took professional retreat with someone. WHO's a zen zen master and a pediatrician s for health professionals? And I'll never forget the second time. They made us meditate. I thought I was GONNA die. I call my best friend. They must meditate two times. We're going to go into silence and long story short here I am. I fell in love with meditation. I now train with Dan Brown. Who's just an amazing teacher for me? I don't I've never met Dan Brown. He's at Harvard at Harvard and the thing that appeals to me. Personally I'm a skeptic. That's what I loved about your story. I'm a skeptic. I'm always the one asking the questions and because he's also an academic academic and a practitioner. He is very satisfying relationship. With my mind you know. And he's he's just really really gifted and and one of the most persons since I've ever met especially being at Harvard you know. So how how did you find him. Oh I got. His Book Is Really Really Big Book about the stages of Meditation Mahmoud Mahamoud pointing out the way and I bought it put it down five years later I picked it up and it blew me away and I had the I realized I had the illusion of meditating but it was not meditating properly and I thought I've got to go meet this guy. I've got to go train with him and I did. And that's what just knocked me over so you say you weren't meditating properly. But he pointed out the way they to do it properly. What with what were the difference? What was the difference? There in the technique between the biggest technique is meditation. Your mind goes all all over the place and one of the techniques has. I won't go into detail since I'm not a teacher. But he really has you practice the awareness of your breath the entire way and really noticing saying when you leave noticing when you have partial concentration in these types of things and so the other thing. I like about him as a teacher when you go into retreat with him. He's there the whole time usually other retreats. I've been and you have a teacher from me about an hour and then but there's constant interaction which for me is I connected with very deeply so you when you say you went and met met him did you just say hey. Can I get a little bit of your time. You show up. No no no. I showed up to win. It was retreats. I signed up and it was so funny was held at a monastery. It was like. Oh my God I'm going in deep here and it was great it was really really great and I have become now. You're talking about being ten percent happier. I think I'm a I'm a ten percent better person which makes people around me. Happy the complex before. I didn't think I was reactive. And I realize holy Moly so reactive but this thing that has changed with me telling this with Dan Dan. We just met a couple of months ago is that I have changed. I actually sickness sound terrible before I would do the right thing because you're supposed to but now I actually genuinely care there it. It's hard to put into words what this is but this connection and this compassion and you talk a lot about the Wu stuff the most you stuff and I'm like that and now here here I am talking about stuff and it's like Oh we have to end all suffering and so what this has done in my career. Oh Yeah I'm not. I'm not a person but but it has lit my my my passion for what I do to a level. I didn't expect what happened to put an end to unnecessary suffering as relates to mind and body. Because there's so much unnecessary suffering around eating and body judgment and shame and you talk about conceptual mind. Oh my gosh. The rules and the concepts in the judgements. That are out there. Uh and it's neat to watch people's lives change you know. It's there's a technique that we created through intuitive eating over twenty five years ago we've updated all along and and the cool thing is there's now research on our method and it just it just warms my heart and ways. I just can't begin to describe. We're GONNA go deep on Diet. Culture et Cetera villages logistic with your practice for a second. Would you call yourself now a Buddhist. I am a Buddhist. I did take refuge. Yeah but you know it's funny. I don't talk about on taking refuge for you. You take a vow that basically you take refuge in your just refuge in the Buddha the Dharma and the song and the Song I yeah and you know one of the most troubling parts of it this is going to sound really silly but I'll just show you where I was back at. The time is that they have to have to cut off some of your hair. And I've heard you talk about your own hair. So the idea of losing your hair for a ceremony was JUSTA Sudha. It's about letting go not having attachment but the reason I don't usually talk about it is I don't like to be in that place being different. I'd rather find what we have in common because as soon as as soon as I say. I'm Buddhist then. Walls might come up from some other people you know but the I consider myself a secular Buddhist meeting. I don't know what happens in the life after but I love the principals and the philosophies. It's a beautiful way to live without without judgment it without having to recruit other people. Yes Oh yes. That's exactly the way I feel. Oh Yeah Yeah. So what flavor of Buddhism did you join for. Well it's kind of interesting. I didn't tell you about the but the detour I took with the Shamala and I learned a lot of Buddhism and did a lot OUGHTA training with them. I was on a path to become a teacher. I do what I call baby teaching where I could teach meditation on an individual level or or lead meditation in a group setting health. You Russian ballet is a Buddhist lineage. I guess to founded by a controversial Tibetan a teacher by the name of choke him trunk Rinpoche Iraq mouthful he was born into bed had a very traumatic exit from there when the Chinese invaded did and then ultimately made his way to the West where he dropped a robe started wearing a suit and tie also became an alcoholic. I guess embodied drank himself up to death ultimately embodied or what he called crazy wisdom so he was controversial for all of the forementioned reasons and yet many of his students. It really are quite loyal to this day. And so sh- umbrella is the system. He left behind Dave centers all over the place and it was taken over by his son. The Sok Yong's doc young napalm. Yeah who's been on this show. Oh really guess Before he got into trouble and was trumped out in me you too. I don't know the exact nature of the allegations but it was. It was disturbing to read all the reports and that's ultimately why left. Actually I was still. I was starting to already trained with Dan. I knew it's going to be leaving you symbolic but when that happened. It's like I'm out. I can't support a system in which has been so much abuse of power at such at so many different levels but I will say hey the weird thing is and the part. I'm grateful for the teachings that I learned really helped me. It helped me helped me open my mind to to where I am right now but the way I look at it is is what I refer a patient there. My answers absolutely not. You need to go into a place of safety when there's been places of abuse. People that often enter meditation coming in a really vulnerable spot. You know and I know this is not unique to other organizations. But it's just it's really disturbing to see so yeah so I'm no longer with the group I mean I don't know you very well in one or two times. We met and I definitely didn't know his dad but I've I know a lot of people who were close to him and it's a puzzle because he he was by by many sort of I. I don't know if I call them objective measures but if you look at his writing look at take his teachings. He clearly had wisdom and yet in his behavior. There's a documentary about him. Called crazy wisdom. I think you could see it on Youtube. He was sleeping with his followers and obviously drunk a lot. And so it's it's it's a puzzle for you know I. I don't know much about him so I don't WanNa say talk as if I've got some sort of encyclopedic understanding but it's not surprising for for me to hear you were discomfited by the culture and yet you learned a lot. Yeah and he was really interesting because when I started to go down the training path ask that to me is an obligation. I did due diligence and I was not. I was not comfortable with the history of the founder but I was comfortable with their all their policies of Karen Conduct. It's like okay. It was in the sixties. I don't get it I don't I agree with it but no one's trying to absolve him but when this new set of things happened that was that was it for me. It reminded me of what you see and in family systems of toxicity that that that go down from generation to generation ration- It needs to heal. And anyway that's a whole other story so yeah so I'm grateful from what I learned. That's that's the good news on. That didn't turn my my mind and get got me ready for reading a book when I first bought it I couldn't even understand it. I just put it side and I was getting ready to lead a meditation. We do this thing called contemplation after doing two rounds of meditation meditation. You now take the awareness of your mind and you put it on a phrase and as a leader you get to pick what that is and I was looking for new material and go. I'm GONNA look at Dan's book again and that's when I found the stuff and I couldn't put it down and that's what that's what my change. What what flavor of Buddhism is Dan? Well you know he he's in the lineage of Remai- which it's been around for two hundred years and that's where they take what they consider a best practices and all the different traditions and teach based on that way so whoever they does the best concentration technique that's who they're used and so it's it's kind of cool. Yeah so it's like the Zoroastrians are coming to mind. I don't I've never heard of him. I believe leave. There is a religion a Persian religion. That was a combo sort of a cafeteria style. Combination of all of the pre existing Abraham. Oh okay towns like this is the. Dan is doing the Buddhist version of
Using Your Sonos Speakers in 'Stereo Mix'
"Hello Jim Leo LaPorte. The Tech Guy. Good Morning Leo's thanks for having me. Thanks for COM. I'm a I'm a bit of a Luddite and leftover from the olden days of Great Stereo audio and I have discovered the sonos amplifier wire which I have hooked up to a couple of clips speakers and it sounds great. I've got my multimedia setup all tied up which includes a turntable by the away nice. Well you know one of the reasons you use a Sonos. Instead of say an ice Macintosh too damp is because the Sonos is Internet connected. And so you can control it with your phone. And you can stream audio from a variety of music and other kinds of streaming services. So it's virtually anything ever recorded. It's kind of cool. I'm a huge Sonos Fan. I From years ago I have an ungodly amount of sonar equipment and you're smart to put on the clips because as a really great classic speakers. Yes they are. Yeah Yeah. Plus they're headquartered in Indianapolis Indiana on. I'm kind of a halfway hoosiers so jim this is clipped. I guess they're still around are they. I mean I remember the old days of the giant wooden enclosed. Cliffdale make they still make all that stuff they do. We're going to pay dearly for it. I'd love a pair of base. Yeah you could you get the Low scholars and stuff like that but But they also do now the kind of more modern US be or New Bluetooth speakers and they do all that but the ones I have. uh-huh are just hardwired so very nice. Yeah that's a that's A. That's a nice combination. Yeah so here's my dilemma. I was watching a movie the the other day and it's and on the credits. It said Stereo mix by and they went. Oh No it's GonNa hire a guy to do a stereo mix mix all you surround. Sound is partaken over the next thing. I know you're you'RE GONNA YOU'RE GONNA cut. You can cut me out. Somebody ready for doing a stereo. Mix Stereo Mix. That's fantastic so I kind of I think this is a good thing. So you're right most movies now now and are mixed in five point one or seven point one they're in dolby encoded And that's because people with fancy homes theaters might have all of those and speakers. You know six seven eight speakers but most people don't and often I get one of the calls I get a lot is. I can't understand dialogue in a movie because when it's mixed that way the assumption is you have a center channel dedicated to dialogue a speaker just for voice. And when it's done that way and you do you have the proper speakers you can understand the dialogue but when you mix that whole thing down to just one or two speakers often the music the sound effects are so much louder the dialogue. You can't make out what anybody's saying so I think this is a response to that effect. I think this is something new. Not Something Oh yeah I don't think this is is a A A T beginning of the end for old stereo mixes. I think this is something that they have actually do it. I think for for a while. There was this brief period of time where everything was five one and it wasn't a good thing for people who didn't have all those speakers so I hope I hope this is a trend in the positive direction right now. You know we have a lot of listeners in Hollywood so if you're in Hollywood and you're making movies or making TV shows be aware of this. Not Everybody has that fancy Dan Dan System. You've got in your house or your studio remixing area or Edit Bay. Most people don't have multiple speakers so give us an ice Hicks there. There was a time when when Stereo in movie theater was actually cre- channel on the right time ago center channel left. Uh right for a long time. I had this argument got Wilkinson because I only had two speakers and I love that too. Nice bike you too nice speakers on my TV. And I loved it but it did get harder and harder to hear dialogue dialogue and other things were going on. Now you know Scott says well you need the upward firing at most speakers to. I don't want that so in a way. Let's say thank you considering and keeping in mind Stereo
Djokovic thrashes Berrettini in ATP Finals opener
"We've got now. The two winners of the of the two group matches because earlier today Novak Djokovic was upset at emphatic. Take Against Matteo Bertini. The story of this match is that quite similarly to Roberts against law. It was two games all and Nice competitive in the first is having a meeting with somebody who who works and BBC TV and he said Oh. I was really worried in the first two games. This crisp just going to be a really quick match. Because you know there's one level of thirty comments as low as well and suddenly it was too all we're both sitting there thinking us quite good. This isn't it anyway at a little Chitchat and a half an hour. Later it was six to four love and and Djokovic just took him to the cleaners what happened in for those that saw the match. What why was this? So one-sided six two six one against Matab Bertini protein who aside from playing against Roger Federer at Wimbledon has been competitive against everybody to Bari Matz Analysis which I now apply a version of every single match that I watch thirteen. He played shots. He didn't play points and I felt like he played a lot of shots were irritating. They didn't turn out to be winners he did the thing that even ID David hitting one sort of decent is short and being irritated that it comes back number against chocolate country in the Fed Cup. You know Dan Dan stand there and Admi- shots which yeah I'm definitely guilty of that even very good until I hit the tree. Yes then you feel differently joke which is very good. Yeah I think it was one of those performances where to get such a discrepancy in the scoreline. You clearly needed one of the place to be brilliant and one of them to be wet off the game. I mean one of the more alarming stats I've ever seen about Bertini was that if you include double-faults he hit as many unforced errors. Is he one points in the match. Which is I'm not account remember really seeing stat line that before? That's really bad. Had it was really bad wasn't an he. He was so bamboozled by the experience that he forgot where the exit to the court wasn't some war on and that was again that was one of those really. Poignant folding away the flag what's the wrong bitten some somebody had come on metairie. It's over there you've got to know what back pulse Turkovich
What the World's Longest-Lived People Eat
"This many episode Dr Hyman Sits Down with National Geographic Fellow and author of the Blue Zones. Dan Buettner blue zones is a term Dan. Dan coined to designate the geographic regions were high. Percentages of centenarians are enjoying remarkably long and full lives. Let's listen in as Dan shares the commonalities season. Diet as well as lifestyle among the longest lived populations in the world in two thousand. My team came across an interesting fact the World Health Organization named Okinawa's the place in the world with the longest disability free life expectancy and so they have we want they live a longtime managed to elude most chronic disease and die fairly quickly. We we call that the rectangle survival curve. You don't die long painful so you you. You live along time healthy well in boom. You're dead. Yes that's kind of what you WanNa do and really that was kind of the founding of blue zones in two thousand and that that expedition expedition was hugely successful and I had the idea that if there are there's a blue zone area and area where people live a long time in Asia there must be other areas in Europe and Latin American United States. I got funding from the National Institutes on aging to hire demographers to to do the science of population defined statistically longest lived and then recruited a team of experts to help me distill that sorta common denominators the the the bigger high in these blue zones areas around the world is that longevity was not something that was pursued. It's it's something that ensued from the right environment so the healthiest foods beans and Greens and nuts and tubers huber's and grains are they're the cheapest and most accessible curiously no matter where you go and you see people living along time doing the same nine things and they they're clustered in four more areas number one. They're moving naturally as opposed to exercise so nudge into movement. They tend to have a sense of purpose. They can identify the articulate that sense of purpose purpose. They're downshifting. There's things sacred daily rituals downshift them so stopping and being as opposed to doing yes but it's it's less less conscience and Moore wrote for example. Okinawan women are Okinawa older will can owns will always stop what they're doing before they eat. They'll say three words Hachi BU which reminds them to stop eating when their stomachs are eighty percent full adventists were the longest the Americans they all say a prayer so the punctuation between the busy busy life and their food so they're slowdown in each slower. Costa Rica can cut you. They take a nap sir. They do happy hour hour nap. I don't know what everybody does it. So it's not like you're the outlier by you know having having a couple glasses of wine after work or taking a nap at three in the afternoon so and then when it comes to what to what they eat their ninety five to one hundred percent of their dietary intake comes from plants the pillars of all longevity diets in the world. I mentioned before Greens grains whole grains nuts beans and tubers so no matter where you go those five things making daily diet eat meat about five times a month the fish maybe two times a week unless you'd think commodities commuter coastal communities right. They look coastal okay so they're Sardinia Italy it cut he agrees Okinawa Japan the Nagoya Peninsula of Costa Rica and ill Loma Linda three of those Pfizer kind of island. One is peninsula but the blue zone areas are always inland. They're always up in the highlands. They tend to live on a slope in fact one of the biggest corner stigma. Mill longtime is the slope of the land which you live so live on a hill exactly. Yes I live on a well. Yeah and you have to walk down down. Yeah I mean that that's makes sense to me but that was K- studied very carefully in Sardinia and the this the steeper the village the longer the people lived so and then the the the foundation the power nine foundation was keeping your investing in your family became part of a faith in me faith it was and then really paying attention to the people you hang out with yeah so I started out with blue talk about purpose and the ports of the family ah shifting but at the end of the day you realized that the runway for health for most Americans is what we eat through our mouth three times the day there are networks people love to eat so in the last year or two. I've been really focusing on food and trying to really think through what the longest people eight and how to translate it for American populations so you know there's some interesting data on like you know meet and and whether it's harmful or helpful and a lot of it has to do with what the context through overall diet is you know my my view on meeting for I mean in all honesty and blue zones people didn't need you know they typically knew the name of the animal and they took occur the animal for a long time and then it was time for the wedding but it was infrequent often as a condiment. I would argue that most Americans are are disease comes from overeating and over the the wrong kind of food which is usually usually meet not always I mean there's a few one percent of meat. Is You know grass-fed and we ate at once twice a week. There'd be no problem with the reality is to send the message alleged that it's okay to eat meat or the longest people in the world he meet people. Take it the wrong way of if you really want to eat healthy the one one of the keys is having the skills to make a few I I would say plant based meals. I beans is I would say is the the the should be the main ingredient because they're hardy and they kept the protein. You need got cook them. We probably know the plant paradox but the thing is is interesting because you know you talk about how a lot of these cultures consume a lot of beans and there's been a lot of popular books out there lately saying that electons issue and beans are concerning anything 'cause autumn unity and inflammation when you look at these cultures they had very sophisticated ways of actually combining different foods of cooking them breaking down these things that actually may be problematic so can you talk a little bit about that. I Yeah I think that was unfortunate propaganda about that so I mean yeah I mean yes if you eat them raw their problem but I mean here we have seventy percent of Americans are be third are pre diabetic dropping dead of heart disease and we're worried selected for crying out loud. It's it silly I can tell you beyond a shadow of a doubt the the five cultures who are living the longest were eating beans almost every day and probably a cup of beans means and I would say that I mean as long as you soak him. Cookham to a boil electons aren't an issue the reality of the gas problem. Is this your if if you're eating meat cheese and eggs all the time your gut bacteria is is going to proliferate to die to optimally digest meat eggs and cheese when you shift and all of a sudden if if that's all you're eating egg mcmuffins and then all of a sudden you shift to healthy being based your your your gut bacteria. Gaza what the Hell's going on here. It's GonNa be a war but that were only last for about a week or week and a half and then all of a sudden your gut bacteria shift so it can break down those long chain carbohydrates that are in beings to digestible carbohydrates well hydrated and you don't have that issue I every single day I zero issue and and you're talking about how to start out with these smaller beans like rather than kidney beans. Lima beans lentils goals and beans that are easier to follow the far the gaseous if you're not eating them regularly again after two weeks of historic lentils PS and move your way is an important thing that people don't realize about the microbiome in the role plays in all chronic disease including obesity and diabetes and so the way to cultivate your inner garden is by eating getting a lot of plans by eating a lot of fiber rich foods. I liked the inner garden. Yeah I mean we gotTA tender garden. We got the we got a lot of weeds growing in there that are causing disease and the way you get the weeds as you put in the good stuff and it crowds it out so you know when you look at these traditional cultures and I have you done this in Burkina south facade in Africa they looked at the microbiome microbiome of of these people eating more traditional dies and then compared to western Diet and what the microbiome listen they're and they're completely different and you know this is really an important thing that I think hobbies happening in these cultures where all have much healthier digestion is much less autoimmune disease much more anti inflammatory diet which is which is really what's driving being their alone Javadi because we know the longevity is really related to two things one is inflammation or lack of it and to is your ability to handle sugar and
Top CEOs say companies should put social responsibility above profit
"We're joined now by allen murray president and c._e._o. Of fortune and in full disclosure my former boss you write today that as political leadership becomes more polarized having companies more consciously focused their power on solving society's biggest problems albums is good development so i can already kind of see the warren sanders critique here which would be these companies are in part the cause of some societies biggest problems albums. How did the c._e._o.'s seem to respond to that critique. Well i think they're certainly aware of it and looked and you know full well. They may be the cause of some problems. There also the solution solution to an awful lot of problems. People want jobs. People on incomes people wanna growing economy that comes from the private sector. It doesn't come from government so i think they're two ways to look look at it. No question that this development is a result partly of partly the great recession partly pressure from employees partly of good intentions on the part of some of the c._e._o.'s but also partly as a political response to a deteriorating political environment and a sense that they have to to do better and just to keep the system. I wonder ins impossible. I guess to figure this out numerically but you know you talk about the difference between the old mission statement which was basically shareholders above of all to this being shareholder value important other things important also. Do you have any sense on how these ceos balanced that because sometimes those things come into conflict conflict no question they sometimes come into conflict look. I think this has been developing for a while. I can tell you that a lot of the ceos of the business roundtable looked at this nineteen nineteen ninety-seven statement their predecessors had adopted and said oh my god that's not the way i run my company. What are they talking about so i think this thing has been building for for a decade as c._e._o.'s come under pressure from their employees to some extent from their customers and to some extent from the political environment to do a better job job focusing on maximizing their positive benefits for society and i think you're starting to see some results from that. That's why at fortune. We do the the annual change the world list. We'll get examples of companies that are really making progress addressing social problems as part of their core business activity you made the comment in the peace and fortunate that more and more ceos have been worrying way you put it was public support for the system in which they've operated is in danger of disappearing is that a real clear and present danger angel the ceos flack from american capitalism as we've known abdin float in different ways and change but the way we've known it for your career for my career is actually in danger of disappearing. Oh some of them definitely feel that way. I don't know that it's a universal feeling but i've had in the last three years any number of private in conversations with ceos who've talked about fear of losing their license to operate one c._e._o. Of a fortune one hundred company said to me. We have about two two years to figure this out and if we don't were in trouble now what does that mean. Does that mean that all of a sudden capitalism is going to cease to exist. The companies are going to be shut down no but even if you look at the ramp up of regulation that occurred in the last few years of the obama administration in a way that's a sign of it you talk what about elizabeth warren the kind of the leftward lurch of the democratic party. That's a sign of it too. I mean the way the operating licence gets retracted is not in in one simple move but in gradual moves eroding the foundations of our capitalist system so i think it's a very real fear so you think of warren on the left and trump. I don't even want to say on the right call trumpism which is obviously not yet really in line with traditional american. Capitalism is kind of some of these c._e._o.'s are saying. Is you always hear you know who's the centrist candidate. Who's a centrist. Party are the kind of thing that's us. Yeah i and i think in fact that's the case you know. Twenty sixteen was critical year for this corporate movement because two things happened. One was the brexit vote in the u._k. When the entire political incorporate establishment was saying you must vote yes and the u._k. Voted no no and then at the same time in the u._s. For the first time in my lifetime you had this election where on the one hand you had donald trump rejecting globalization shen that had driven business prosperity since world war two and on the other hand you had bernie sanders a self proclaimed socialist almost getting the nomination you had a lot of business people say hey wait a minute. There's no one in this race who represents my views and it is interesting dan on many issues the c._e._o.'s <unk> are far more. Let's say progressive than the republican party. Climate change equal opportunity diversity gay rights issues abused human rights issues. You'll see now the corporate sector actually being way out in front of the republican party but then when you move to the economic okay issues they certainly aren't going where elizabeth warren and the green new deal folks are going so they have really emerged as kind of the center of the u._s. Political inspector how much of that is the person and i don't know how this is all balanced this. That's obviously different from company to company but how much of that is the personal politics of the c._e._o.'s do you think is you know because we work together. I spent a lotta time interviewing ceos. There are some of them who personally feel this and feel it quite quite passionately. There are others who may be more reactive but it's pretty hard to ignore. We're an economy today. That has a very tight labor market where talent talent is the most important differentiator where companies really have to compete for talent and this is one of the ways they do it. They know that millennials in particular one of worked worked for companies that they feel are doing good in the world and so they think it's important that they get their positive stories out there and hardly any big company is immune from that trend dan dan. There's a whole group of companies that use to sort of try and say out of the limelight and keep quiet who now want to tell their stories because they think it's important their employee's think they're doing good in the world. Coke industries is an interesting example that companies like bacterial that never liked to talk to the press. Now wanna talk because they i need to get their story out because they want employees to come to work for them. I think it's been pretty hard for people to resist the strand one hundred eighty one c._e._o.'s sign this revised is with this new mission statement for the business roundtable but there were some notable folks who didn't sign against eight companies that didn't sign and it's not sector-specific financials like blackstone industrials like alcoa a healthcare like kaiser permanente insurance state farm and he sends a why those companies didn't sign because they are by far in the minority here. I wouldn't want to speak on their behalf half. I think some of those are companies that are facing significant shareholder pressure. If you really have a shareholder movement organized against you. I suspect it's not a great idea yeah to sign a business roundtable statement that say shareholders don't matter as much as they used to so. I think that's part of it. I couldn't tell you why <hes> company like kaiser permanent. They didn't assigned because in terms of the principles reflected a saving. I know they operate by those principle so but i just haven't done the reporting to have specific answers for you allen murray c._e._o. I am president of fortune. The latest issue is on newsstands which are things that still exist. You pick it up. Thank you for joining us. Thanks dan
"dan dan" Discussed on Modern Day Philosophers with Daniel Lobell
"Man. Thanks so much for. Coleman. Yeah, I to talk to really happy real, put us tellers lives. Billy Wayne Davis. Funny, funny dude. Like I said before, was Steve, go on YouTube. Check him out. He's funny people that ralphie may spotted the talented and gave us all shot moving on. Now, in my story. Let's fast forward a little bit. Now I'm been opening for ralphie may for few years on the road. The comical radio podcast network is about to shut down, but I don't know it yet at the time of this recording. This is right before comical radio, the whole thing Foltz. We're now at the time square art center which was formerly the laugh factory in New York, right in time square and me, and Chris Kono who is my partner in in building comical radio for a lot of it. We got this space transformed into a radio studio where we could livestream. We were no longer the college invested ton of money. We raised money from fans. We built this whole studio, and we engineer and help each other with our shows and ralphie comes in with his wife, Lana. They come into promote some show. On the show too much information with Dan Dan, which was me and Dan natter men and also just dodge who on this episode I remember had just gotten back from her trip home to Minnesota was totally wiped out and barely spoke throughout the episode because she was so jetlagged tired exhausted from her family, but she's also super funny. And so here we are with ralphie and Lana in me and Dan, Herman, and we are back with more too much information with Dan and Dan and in studio. Now with us, ralphie may and we still have Lana here and just the and then adamant of course, and. I couple of comedy and couple of guys coveting for their we. We made the internet heavier on this side. It's awesome who the second couple with be bunny and fos probably well, I don't know if there has to be a second couple. I mean, there's a first lady, but there's not a second lady. So I think that we stay with the first couple interesting if there is to be a first couple would have to be Lana Turner and ralphie may if feel like there should be something. Or Ralph middle world may stay ralphie may do you? Are you in during during d. r. Ralph. In english. Iran Durant. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. It's not that it's that it doesn't look like if it's the whole ralphie may works rowdy during may..
"dan dan" Discussed on Channel 955
"On the west side roseburg feel goes footsteps on the hugh now oh is it you because i know that it's there is it is it too soon dan dan who is it there channel nine five five party playlist all this weekend sutan right three no.
"dan dan" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"On the west side footsteps that is it you you know that it's there oh the dan dan news your next chance.
"dan dan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And i know that there are people who are skeptical out there and and what they can be skeptical all they want i think it's wonderful to think that somehow someway however it's done you can connect people and i think people should sit back and listen and enjoy being connected and if you're out there listening you can make your own decisions i would like to think that there's something more than what we have to deal with here on this little war in this little part of the great galaxy universe full however big it is so having said that we're going to try to get as many folks in as we can i need to have you back more often particularly on friday nights to lines have been just fabulous tonight let's go to another a second male this one's dan from east milton i you would go ahead dan my name is dan dan dan in my father's name is would be and you know i go to nasa what i heard i personally believe god jesus christ god of all gods and i went to a real tough time but you know disease that was four with the you know with mental illnesses in the meds and side effects so i just wanna know does my mother and father no what i do i bench will also most of all you know before you even finish that entire sentence before you said the word mass you said math so he he knew where you were going to say i guess your your father because he's here and you said that and he said you go to math but he's saying about have you been praying harder lately for more good to come to you literally all the time go to church all the time you about your your harder prayers about bringing good things to your life more and that you've been really sincere about the prayers and he also said that he witnesses that you're doing trying to be you're trying to also do good is that true or are you doing good deeds more dan because he likes that area like he likes doing that more he likes doing that more because it brings more good into your life so i don't know.
"dan dan" Discussed on Do By Friday
"Do you guys know the story of this or is this i won't say okay i've been deliberately stayed off wikipedia i've been deliberately avoiding it we talked about this a little going back to work because dance to one suggested it to me but yeah dan dan dan could be a goodson jassem i could really see him taking the whole family out there i don't you feel like it would sort of puzzle piece clicking into place like yeah that would that would work absolutely i i don't know how you feel about cleaning toilet that doesn't let me tell you let me tell you what they don't have on that does on jassem compound no blue light bulbs oh there's a code either so that'll that'll help them out is that not a thing it doesn't he not like wi fi oh oh i think lady doesn't like what oh my my lady finally doesn't like the lights because i broke i have you done this where you do kate room settings and then thinks that your kitchen is your living room and then your living room is your kitchen would you do that i i have my big cereal and it like the whole kit and home kit you air wires crossed between whatever the hugh stuff is and then a home screwed myself up real bro bedroom broken what do what mine has my mind mine lists my bedroom home pod as like it's like bedroom parentheses bedroom parentheses comb pot and then it's got like triple parentheses like it's jewish and then it's the number four.
"dan dan" Discussed on Still Processing
"Dan dan dan and i'm mesmerized ways in so much fun what else is going on with you i have a recommendation okay and this is also many both share which is kinda funny but you know i have a creaky achey body from years of being a waitress and years of doing unsupervised yoga in overcrowded studios and at home myself so i have a lot of chronic aches and chronic joint pain especially my lower back shoulders and not a lot works for it i do acupuncture regularly i do hot water bottles all the time those are usually temporary solutions in permanent solutions to to just what his inflammation pretty much and recently i picked up a salve made with com free i got you some too i got some from my mother i love it so much conference is a route that is used to alleviate inflammation it's also uses the plant fertilizer apparently which is which is strange but it works so well to like i just put it on my body whenever i'm feeling a little bit of that when my body starts talking i know we're gonna have a problem mike okay i hear you yourself known and that's usually when i go get the needles or whatever and lately i've just been putting on the com free and it's like miraculous now you gave me some it was almost as good as going to the doctor and the doctor would not have been able to do with the confidence.
"dan dan" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420
"And for the oh man no with the blue man group b mm sues longrun soonhoon adult learning w i am asked and bay bye dan dan baghdad where you could argue down no massive bob i am the and by the people we will good and by god bob invaded three no the in we.
"dan dan" Discussed on Guys We F****d
"Dan dan's anymore i mean you can't i mean you know she's 71 now you know yeah it's great that she's up there says she's like a thong allows dan substantial great chongrae but anyway so we went to magic mike buyer no before share the night before we were two of the odd thunder down under after share with you i thought it was it would look like laser them i mean it was so heidi and sheep and the men at the men are hot but i just i'm shocked like because you know gay clubs like those make like you feel and see more dick in a gay club yeah any thunder down under and i just was so shocked by what was making these women lose their minds i mean men who had like still like those shave like bumps on their like you know like there's happy trail yes edits like all bumps because they don't know how to shape by garlic grinding like 48yearold women's phases were to say like losing their minds of like it's not the beatles may is sad herd mentality lady of everyone else this break it out so i guess i'm gonna freak out too i guess so i was i was the only man and bold shows like miles oh the magic mike was finally had like a story or whatever we'll say always oh this i it was like dory there were like mike wasn't magic at one point in time that's what the story was they'll way us it was a guy in i met the name was mike right i guess i never saw the movies me like i guess they was i don't anyway so he was like i'm just like a waiter i mean i notice was to act like innocent but he seemed blow on the spectrum and it.
"dan dan" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"June on burned if they're not there and now in london the pa dan dan rooted woo one let me but there and then along tomorrow the we will be going look at that well well i don't know right yes you do three dornan that's a walnut but does you bought napa don't go away lee down on what you have though no weber no.
"dan dan" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
"Never stop streaming o of boy cbs fm in the why uh dan dan in kazakhstan the gay man dan as the man too an came this dragon me down as the math good no he the reason and was the now we all right in swaziland and he was me round up as the man oh man the either y'all hey zeal ooh the man and china dan hmm and and he dan they're all easing.
"dan dan" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
"Dan dan hey this jack black you're lesson in the and being on koa rock give it up nah defeat would and the him the yep the man the.
"dan dan" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
"So reads dan owen said is there any way dan dan and london england the the new the world the i was feeling sick another tree amy jo says oh undeclared zone with seven the dan dan the.
"dan dan" Discussed on WDRC
"The on the state regrets four hours after you had that are well dan dan leballo said at ided the say it it was dan dan's started that story and but dead does it matter it was said on an hour program for i wanna thank him because i've grown down by four hour glare in all three gas station i'm route five dropped their price the whole nickel wall rewrite had been candidate all week or two coming apart toothpick in i well dad said then said that he thinks he said i he he he thought that that this would happen ah and it did and you know something and we've got we've got a good good guy over there he is uh he's a a very very good man argue ernie general he really is also tho delaware gone out somehow whole nickel oh my goodness and one day in one day well with 234 all week placardwaving i'm a rat nets right and i you know something i hid of pick upper seven gas a couple of days ago and i and i said to the attendant i said how come the gas is so high here in it is not high in other places oh so when anywhere that's great so uh they knocked the nickel off riad okay okay i'll pass it along the dan when he gets in here okay pike who you back but it is a 25 minutes before the hour of six o'clock in the morning how 'bout that are right all right the vega the big a story as far as i'm concerned this morning a locally is a the webster bag story that c e l james smith is is retiring affective the first of january and he's going to be succeeded by john r sealdah uh the first time a member outside of the family well assume ahead of the eighty two year old successful banking institution and i'll tell you jim smith i been fan his for years i bank it webster and i'm sure many of you do too but uh there has been talk and i have been talking about it for at least a year and a half that day jim smith would be a tremendous governor he really would we need somebody likes smith he happens to be a republican but uh he's just a leader he's just a leader now uh knowing jim smith he's not the kind of a guy at least.
"dan dan" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
"Yeah dan dan during the democratic over three because he looked so far that original order make you really what woman serves to mortgage uk say they'll need a marta when you look at that do a by it though the bill sale i said are you going to be my girl three they're monaco with me because he looks so far ladder rid of all the make you relive remain as your mallory get your kids now you don't need a motto were the first adogi abed below the oh yeah the.
"dan dan" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program
"You know let me show you my las animas at your convenience me you and i will settle all alhaq will figure it out will will bury the hatchet and we'll go from there the thing you need to do is tell whoever the equipment manager whoever had those black numbers on the side of the hat that's what makes us atas that's what makes it saying owner helga you know what i mean the moments out on what though them about a memphis in the taiwan malaysia that he's not here no damage sheka though you know up researchers who casey hayward there he goes everybody's stay healthy maverick that we're looking forward to it here in la pd ladder dan all right equal time it's the it's the right thing to do you can't come to ramps camp and only talk to charger so at let's move on now to like icee one now one big piece of the emerging trend of charismatic punters in the national football league here he is johny ecker dan dan's look at this i i it is really become a bazaar phenomenon in the nfl then i can think of our i pat mcafee is retired now but in at least three nfl towns you could make a case that the most popular guy on the team as the ponor what gives johnny hacker you know i i'm not sure i can give you a definitive answer there but you know there's just something different about us we got a lot of time on our hands on a be out there be individuals and be seen you know it's a it's a great time to be upon her goldenage appointing someone say i you know what that's a nice way of putting it i suppose uh do you admire other punters.
"dan dan" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris
"Although sort of something i write about in the book where i have most trouble sort of applying my my world view as a mechanistic reductive deterministically sort of scientists guy thinking about behavior is as you say when it's getting to the realm of free will much like you i don't believe there is free will i believe free will is what we call the biology that hasn't been discovered yet um but what i find to be a hugely daunting task is how you're supposed to live your life thinking that way and even me you with like a will to write down in printers no free will all their son scheers y ano at some critical juncture of some social interaction i act absolutely as if i believe there's free will i hear about somebody who's done something cherki and i wish horrible things to them instead of stopping and saying oh no but think about what happens that the second trimester fetus now it's very hard to function with that i like most people a hit a wall without what is a whole lot easier to operate with the notion of agency what will list jump in there because this is obviously a hugely consequential issue or maybe it's as maybe it's obvious to us it's not so obvious to most people i think that coming to a different conclusion about free will has consequences and and you know i would argue they're they're quite good consequences but let's get there seles list just step back and remind people of the problem here because many people don't see it as you know on my friend and colleague dan dan it doesn't agree with us about uh how we talk about free will and and many other people who are scientists don't want to make the noises that we're making here so i've done this before the podcast i've done in my book free will maybe you should make the case briefly about why this notion of free will is an incoherent idea scientifically an enemy in and he might pull from your book this great description you have of what you call car free will obey um.