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02:37 min | 1 year ago

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"david sinclair" Discussed on Good For You

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01:50 min | 1 year ago

"david sinclair" Discussed on Good For You

"Him. Imagine why she backed out of that genius idea. But i do often fantasize about handicapping people obsessed with and keeping them in my home like on a mantle. I should have known that no one told me. But we're going to your age. How about that. We'll do a sequel right now. We can take one sure where when you go back to boston. Thanks for now. They want me to speak at your lab. Be honest if you guys can afford fee. I'll make we sign up if you want to sign up to get this test. Are you doing with a couple of people. in hollywood. Some of these these riffraff that you hit somebody's losers. Hang out with hollywood. Are you gonna do with them too. yes i won't say they are But they're at the top of the sign up list already over like getting tesla. You got know you well you know. We're testing eventually millions of people but we we want to have people are really into this. Sign up now for the the early version. So we've placed a sign up all right. I'm in thank you. Yeah what needs losing her. Mind over there do want it. Can i say the place to sign up. Is that gas please everything. oh so. we've we've set up a place where people can sign up to get this test when when it's done okay. Okay let go website now okay. It's there forever dot net no. It's called duck. Saint clair dot com with spelling. Dr the work. Do c. t. e. r. clear that com. Yeah i end these very awkwardly. 'cause there's no way to really do justice to being able to hear you talk this long so i'm just going to let it literally and figuratively speak for itself. Do you have a good time. Yes you mad about.

"david sinclair" Discussed on Good For You

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05:21 min | 1 year ago

"david sinclair" Discussed on Good For You

"Plane only if your windows open. Do open the windows. I mean you're the things up in the sun's coming. I know that none of these things straight almost three lead you. It's hard to stop them. So the more. We fly the da's being dan yet and try going to marlton and not getting cancer. That's a problem so we work on that as a problem too. 'cause ilan doesn't yet think it's a big problem is not worried about getting. He should be right but the kind of person is that part of the reason. Why michael phelps you know was such a good swimmer. She'd had some kind of defect that made his heart bigger and his body like perfectly designed to swim a certain way tiger woods whatever his gift was lance armstrong whatever. His and part of the gifts of these people like alon is like a brain misfiring. That makes him not afraid of doing something. Most people should be afraid of which is. Why would amelia. Earhart have gotten in that fucking plane. That was so she must have had some kind of you. Know a middle deformity. That made her not scared of that. Sure but that's no excuse for stupidity. Yeah no no offense alone fan but do we need his sort of blind spot and whatever the arrogance is that says. I'm not going to get this. Despite the science. Is that the kind of person you need to forge ahead for something like space travel. Yes i mean. The huge risk That people will take. It's a risk you don't have to take you could boost the body's defenses against these cosmic rays gamma rays things And so it's one of the things. We worked on with nasa. We we want some naso award for not. Just shielding the spacecraft..

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"david sinclair" Discussed on Good For You

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02:57 min | 1 year ago

"david sinclair" Discussed on Good For You

"I saw this beautiful view like in my office. Here yeah exactly and and also just kind of the the are artif- so much in our life as artificial to the point to where i remember the first time. I had grapes as a kid. I had already had like run. Sin grape bubblicious gum in grape. Gum is so much better than graves. Was this trash grateful to you. Little spike your blood sugar massively. I found out but we liked the reservoir resveratrol that comes from the skin Yeah we found years ago that it made fat mice as healthy as the thin mice and they live just as long as the thing my so. It's like mimicking being skinny without having to watch what you eat interesting. So you're not eating grapes. You're not popping grapes or not. no. I still dating rapes a few years ago. Because i i had monitor sugar you can put a little thing on. I don't know you're covered in devices like x. Ah yes okay. I do know that i believe in so okay so i put that on my arm. Okay and i could see when i ate something. What my sugar levels were of last few hours and grapes the worst..

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"david sinclair" Discussed on Good For You

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03:15 min | 1 year ago

"david sinclair" Discussed on Good For You

"I definitely aren but But you know let's to talk about it if you say so. And so should get a nobel prize. Or maybe my. My latest work is with nobel prize. That's really bad. You don talk about you have to do amazing amazing work but not think it's amazing of course here okay This is perfect for an australian. Got it you know how to do that. we do. But it's real real i. I don't think i'm that smart. I just do. What i think is fun in my department. It's really scary. I've got the impostor syndrome there. Because i'm sitting around tables with who are famous and change the world and i'm thinking. Yeah but you're at that table will i. I belong there. But that's part of why you're so good is that you doesn't a little imposter syndrome. Go a long way in terms of not being an impostor because you work so hard that you'll never be one if fear being one the true. That's why do try so hard. 'cause i want to be accepted like you said yes. The only reason that i got learned vocabulary Other than the fact that i kind of knew i was gonna talk for living is i was so insecure that i wasn't smart that i would study dictionaries and i was like an amazing vocabulary. Thank you noticed thank you. I can't pronounce half the words in this book. I've delicately tiptoed around them with prosaic words. But i'm gonna do a little speed round with you and then i have to let you go because you have to go save the world and i feel guilty when i'm keeping people like you hear like i'm stopping progress of like humanity. If i keep you in my house too much and then i also wanna talk about some of the businesses. You're starting Your friend that you brought today is named whitney so she is. You brought me. She she whitney casey. I want to talk about the business. You're starting and how valuable real scientists are in businesses moving forward. And what's that like. Because you know i find even sometimes when i'm the most well-intentioned in some business things. There are certain things that i just don't know you know power or or corporations when things become commodified there's always going to be a little undertone of evil. And how do we fight that. Like for example i invested in line scooters. This is great. People aren't going to have to have have cars. And it's not elitist transportation as an elitist anymore and anyone can grab it. Emergency room visits in. La went up sixty percent like this but neverland instinct. Like i was like oh no no. I'm like helping people just like break their necks all day. You know. it's just sort of this double edged sword of when you're taking a benevolent caused into business and the very real. You know motion costs of it or the things you just have to settle with of going like for me i just. I invested the company. That i was like. I don't know if this is ethically a sound company. But if i didn't take this piece of the pie someone would someone who's a bad person may be a good person. Should take it because i'm a news with the money is actually going to be beneficial to because i can donate the money whereas some psychopath and they would just keep it to build their eugenics program debutante balls across whatever exactly. That's the reason to make money because you you will spend it wisely right so a lot of that. I think the best people most ethical people like no..

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"david sinclair" Discussed on Good For You

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04:29 min | 1 year ago

"david sinclair" Discussed on Good For You

"At least you think that tomatoes that bacon blueberries that big in the wild. No we've in corn. Is this big normally. We've been mutating these plants for thousands of years and we're not scared those plans but if we go in and change one gene very accurately then suddenly it's gmo. We need it. We can save. Kids lives will blow their eyesight. That's ridiculous it is interesting it makes me think of how we sabotage ourselves with our own. Emotions and imaginations of likewise. Read it on the internet. Much true how you know this sort of access to information for the first time people have access to you. People can listen to. You can talk to you and listen to podcasts for talk for three hours like you know. This is an unprecedented level of access to accurate information now but there's also unprecedented access to information that is not true and people's emotional need to sort of believe things that sound right to them with absolutely no degree in any of this. Is that something we're programmed to do because it's so bad for us like why i'm just obsessed with our instincts heard us you anti survival instincts. Yeah you've hit upon a few really good points. One is that we scientists never used to be able to speak to the public much we used to go. Npr and that'd be it And then everything. I used to say in the two thousands to reporters in newspapers. It was never accurate. Stupid headline professes. We're gonna live forever. They would drive me nuts. I barely speak to stay in business by morphing. What you say into something that is just shocking and expensive our credibility you. It was really bad and then the public thinks. Oh sinclair's cured aging which was ridiculous. But then as as upton sinclair perhaps a distant relative sort of was the first muckraker right who would go in the twenty s. Definitely not a relative okay. My name's made up speechless for the first time you speechless you mean what did you did you. Did you make up a fake one. My father made up a fake one up. Sast do know what it was before. Of course was that something horrible like cummings. He had to change it. Wasn't that bad. i'm that's fascinating to me. it was. Cat which is hungarian name which means little island and he went to australia in the fifties and he was cold..

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"david sinclair" Discussed on Good For You

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05:00 min | 1 year ago

"david sinclair" Discussed on Good For You

"That's not gonna help if you if you're obsessive and you're stressed eighty cows not gonna help the fact that human beings still smoke. They know the it's diagnosed the side effects. What is just an inherent. Is that an inherited ability to just be delusional. Is that a mental illness that someone would be doing that in this day and age as someone that likes to smoke and would probably do it if i was healthy. If i didn't think it was gonna make my lips old idea it's vanity along the i just got. I don't like doing the dry cleaning. You just smell disgusting. And then i don't want to get those lines around my lips and more yellow. Now's otherwise i would totally do it. But what how can so many human smoke. How do we explain that knowing. It's killing them world's cold addiction but there's also the people like to put stuff in their mounts like to chew on stuff suck install so my grandmother smoked for most of the life and when she quit she still for the rest of her life. Had put something in your mouth to pay something like that. She actually used. What are those cigarette holders. She would on them. Yeah so she didn't good then. She probably didn't get the wrinkles or the life hack. Okay now i'm gonna smoke again. Those i'll get them in a vintage store. Yes cigarette holder said that skin but also. That was back in the day. When i'm contradicting myself. Because i'm obsessed with looking back at things. Doctors prescribed fifty years ago. Like i mean they used to prescribe smoking to pregnant women to calm down and relax. Sure and heroin was great. Low things prescribed that now toxic those this weight loss drug actually that in the nineteen twenties. A lot of dexia seattle took. I was What is it called. dnp And it was found was actually part of a bom bom chemicals and the people who are making the bombs. Were very skinny. They figured out if you eat it you lose a lot of weight. The problem is that it revs up the body. So much you basically overheat and i so that lead to what we call the fda but What we need is a pill like that. That safe Which is is another story. But that's something that i'm working on his to to get that weight loss pill but we're getting off track. If we had a cure for smoking could just like that that would save millions millions of in yours. But in i i just the addiction. I talk about a lot on this. Mark asked as someone that is Admittedly an addict Thankfully i didn't get the substances. I got the perfectionism the workaholic. The you know cleanliness. Like i have what i like to call a good addictions. They weren't necessarily good addictions in my twenty s until i was able to kind of Outcome is them into benefiting me instead of destroying me and other people addiction to being having too many friends over exhausting myself. I'm going to this party and this dinner and this dinner. Which is an addiction looking back. But because it's socially acceptable. I know one would think to do an intervention on having too many friends or being too nice a. You've done all right well for me for it but you'll get better right to control it..

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04:15 min | 1 year ago

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"No these are mostly particles. Has that caused as coming out. Like a dj at coachella. Like you have to understand a lot of these terms that you use. In science away they trickle down. People are lake bans. And like so. You know what i mean. So what. I hear cosmic. I just think of fiction. you know. good name from a band. yeah totally. we've this cosmic connection. I think of like astrology and things. You know what i mean. That are not scientific so the sun is spewing out particles that if you don't get protected by the atmosphere it'll damage your dna and damaging you. Dna accelerates the aging process. That is a fact So i avoid. I try not to fly too much but i have to okay so this is what i wanted to talk about. Because the but the x. Ray really quick another thing that happened to me when i was doing the x. Ray mammogram the woman. Walked up to me with the metal cape and she just looked at me and she went. Are you gonna have kids know. Oh and i was. Like i think probably i think so and went. Oh just provide any way regard like she wasn't gonna put it on me. Because i had that was in my late thirties and get ovarian cancer..

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"david sinclair" Discussed on Good For You

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04:57 min | 1 year ago

"david sinclair" Discussed on Good For You

"More just make sure that i'm i'm not going to have a heart attack next week. Because some the best in younger on joe's podcast he was he almost died and he said what can we do. We're going to die tomorrow. We'll never know that's not true. You will that thing will tell you if you're going to die and you get to the hospital for you have a heart attack. Does anything like this. I'm just this is a question that probably can't be answered. Probably just like an interesting weird master pretoria discussion but is there anything to be said in terms of if we live to be two hundred. Maybe we're going to get me. How's that going to change our behavior in terms of taking life for granted and not having a a book ends to sort of arranger life around i need to get married this time need to procreate at this time i need to pick a career by this time like this sort of psychological effects. We're going to have to deal with that later. I'll deal with that later. I have all the time in the world going to settle. Will we stop. Procreating knows like the psychological effect of. I know i'm not going to die tomorrow because i know on this thing. I'm not going to have a heart attack. I'm not gonna have a stroke. Is there anything to be. Said for milling son. Who's gonna walk through traffic. Will you take more risks other place in your life because you feel comfortable. I eat the theory of like how most car accidents happened five minutes from home. 'cause you're like contour all because you live near home. That's what's going to happen right. Yes okay but then you just move. That's how to say just moved to new how i can get you another sticky. I don't. I don't want to mess up your algorithm. What if you start getting marketed. Like you know menopause drugs or something like. Does this connect to your computer stories. Circuiting targeted ads for like birth control..

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"david sinclair" Discussed on Good For You

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04:19 min | 1 year ago

"david sinclair" Discussed on Good For You

"But it's called the placebo effect right. I'm going to cure. You gonna lay my hands on you. Get better and often people do a chiropractor we have plenty of. The charlatans in hollywood just offended a million people. that's great is there. Hey that's my brand. Are there placebo effects in genetics. Oh wow yes there are. But it doesn't change your genome. It changes the control systems. The epigenetics even and yeah. That's what placebo is doing. It's changing which genes turn on and off So if i just tell you that your superwoman. You think you are and that'll turn on genes. That will help you like if you smile. During exercise you get stronger in your less tired. Is that true. I think so. We better try that yes. I'm miserable if you smile at activates like endorphins. In you have been more energy if you listening amazing song if you listened to eye of the tiger you're gonna run fast told me exercise. I sometimes cry when i exercise. When did i tell you that. I really admit that. There are times in when i was in this spin class when they would turn the lights off. Emily's done it with me and they would play. You know like the landless more that song and when you're just working so hard something would happen where i would just release emotion. It was pretty embarrassing to look at but the great thing is you're sweating so much that people don't know if it's tears or sweat like it's the perfect place to cry in public. Nobody really knows good but smiley doing. Yeah exactly yeah. Oh that's it. I mean that's my whole thing smile through tears that's called being in hollywood baby. There's a lot i want to get to is. Are there any updates on the nasd front. You're a strong proponent. Even give it to your dogs. And i'm going to start this week. Giving it to your dogs s. Okay talked my brother. He's working on okay. so yes there's a there's a lot debt you one. Unfortunately we haven't published it. And i can't tell you my gosh. I'm what happened in darkest hits you in the night. Yeah yeah so. Does everyone know what any type believes that one you just recap it and keep going clean this town knowing about it is that i had this and i was like i cannot drink coffee with milk and sugar in it in front of david sinclair and i did it anyway and i put it here and i was like who do you think you are drinking this right in front of him saying f you to all to have lifespan next to this to this is my favorite book on the planet. I'm drinking a sugary coffee. With aplomb in front of you and then of course i had to knock it over..

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05:21 min | 1 year ago

"david sinclair" Discussed on Good For You

"Talk about that. I was a photo photo. Miss out the dick pic. It was for science. So what do you do to stay young on a daily basis. Well if there's one thing. I would say made a big impact to eat less and less often. Yes so not. Starvation not talking malnutrition him but we don't need to eat three meals a day with snacks. In between this old idea of you shouldn't be hungry. In that stresses the body. That's a bunch of bs right. Science says that way we evolved to be hungry part of the time and that turns on our buddies defenses against disease and aging. So i i barely ever eaten a breakfast in my life I do eat lunches occasionally but try to avoid them. And i have a pretty decent dinner and i think it's a great way to live in some of the misinformation that we've gotten is eat little snacks a day to keep your metabolism going. If you don't eat enough your metabolism's going to slow down as that. We've all just been lied to. Yes no really a. And we've studied this in my lab knows have done this to when you restrict your calories. Metabolism actually speeds up allah. Yeah there were a little battery packs you've heard of mighty andrea you read my book. You know what they are you get more of those it when hungry and they speed up And so. I feel more energetic than i ever have and i actually if i start to eight again if i if i had three meals a day i couldn't think straight i've done it a few times i had actually. I went out with my son. And i had. This was a chicken fried chicken burger and for three days. I felt sick. It got stuck in digestion. So i don't wanna go back to that. I love the feeling of just being fit. And i don't feel hungry. That's misconception. People go all you know. Don't miss breakfast lunch. I'm gonna be thinking about food. It's true for the first two weeks. You have this addiction to put stuff in your mouth once over almost it is scarcity complex for me like growing up..

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05:56 min | 1 year ago

"david sinclair" Discussed on Good For You

"Get your your key. Stor say you get your clear bra straps out for your address. We're going to vegas you a prostitute you go to aldo and you get those boots. You don't think you'll ever wear kenya. Where one night. Only this is now the shoes the make your feet bleed. Tonight's the night. Get that doctor sholls goo that you put on it and it magically turns into a band aid to the worst you feel and you get there the better. You'll have better time. This is my one of my favorite places to perform the time. I was performing thing and i watched a woman puke in her hand. Hold it in. Sit through the rest of the show. Also i am in reno with taylor tomlinson. This is a rare. Probably the last time you will ever be able to see me until and on the same show unless it's disappointing. The oscars or something or decided to make a big career blunders. A shitty road trip movie codependent tour. Yes i with you and taylor on and it was during the pandemic when the middle and people thought they could do some shows and just for i mean for the luck of the draw you could see three or four comics just walk. That's right so this is a reno. We are going to be in july twenty third. we're going to be the grand. Sierra resort you get two for the price of one. You get to see taylor first and then you could see me come on which is going to be taylor and ten years. You get to send them before that announcements. Leave us a voicemail. We'll get to the voicemails next week. 'cause we're running out of time but your voicemails we're gonna start playing them again on the show now that we're back up and functioning text me for secret photos Birthday send custom birthday announcements every morning. I'm back on the wagon with that. I fell off a hot second. I apologize updates said secret photos to this text chain that i put on social media the very embarrassing probably sell them for a lot of money. Eight one eight two three nine seven five two seven. I'm.

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05:47 min | 1 year ago

"david sinclair" Discussed on Good For You

"Is this. Why do i. it's revenge. What what's this who's gonna wear this. I'm not the ghost in the shell like what occasion would a woman where this to besides the current issue. Sean bravo a by. No you nipples out. You can have your your. You've never seen bravo. You can't even see that you can't even more under with this or two skims. Now i brought or an underwear. You can't wear skin to this. It's committed skin. There's two layers of see through fabric of this. You can see it's so see through. You can see my belly button hole where my belly button stops and start. It looks like the garment they put like on jaylo or like shakira under the actual clothes. They wear a nude allusion. This is first sale. Who give me one one events. Someone's gonna wear this too especially in. Phoenix is god. There's some holes for your thumbs in the sleeves since four He's like a. It's like you're wearing gauze. It's like a giant ace. Bandage would oh. Why would they sell this. Who's buying it is summer buying it. Am i not cool anymore. Is this what people think people are wearing this. I bet we're going to bring a play this and we're gonna be late. You look great. I understand what you think that. That's what i thought was on the rack when it was on me. I felt ashamed of myself. I felt dirty and foreskin..

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03:36 min | 1 year ago

"david sinclair" Discussed on Good For You

"Yes the same thing. That's the thing. Yeah but also confusing accused me is what is on my netflix. Time waiting to watch. I'm fascinated by stuff like that. The line as well get in line getting the queue also but also over there. There's all these. I remember the first time. I ever went to london because my brother was going to college there and i went into a department store and i asked where the pants were and they brought me to lingerie section because underwears pants and look what you underwear bloom was but i was just so fascinated by how different places called different things things like. I'm obsessed with these businesses if you sell underwear globally. Now what do you call on the website. This might be in term for from british slang but isn't like the british Can you please do this essex. When ever they talking bad about the the guys and they call them hoops gary glitter. That's a slang pejorative term again. That is a glamorous event. The hanes to win that and figgy gary glitter was a english former glam rock star and i guess got wore. These extreme glam glitter suits makeup platform boots. I it's unclear whether this person did anything wrong but he did a lot of things very well. Okay so it's interesting. Because there's what i said. Yes because in england i have found. There's a lot of like 'cause they caught cigarettes fan. I'm gonna get in trouble but like a lot of people use the term like. Oh he's a pedo. Cepeda like member when the lawn mustered out to that diverse. Pito pito normally. We don't just throw that around in america. But they've had so many famous people. I guess in guys that they grew up with have that's very that ended up being pedophile. So it's like it's a. It's like a trauma in their psyche. That we haven't really had in our childhood like mister rogers were never revealed to be a pedophile later. This person that we cared about so much. All of a sudden like this other poof and data couple english guys. They explained this to me. I wasn't really listening very well. 'cause i wasn't that interested but there is. There's a reasoning there somewhere. We're trying to understand so overpay for in in a very hungry for mayo. So david sinclair is on the podcast. And we're going to catch up. I with my past week in arizona. A visiting my lover's family and doing ten shows in phoenix and tempe. And then we're going to catch up with benton's joe. It's interesting that your lovers from arizona. That explains why he wa. He raw clams lilly had to go to school. Had no choice but to little rock climbing. There is something very specific about people from arizona. Because it's fascinating to me. Because david sinclair was on the show talking about intentionally stressing your body out as a way to stay younger and have longevity munin starbucks line. Because i look at people from arizona and a q i look at people from arizona. Mcquay davis look so young. You're in the sun all the time. Are you supposed to look older. Or are we supposed to look weathered. Aren't you supposed to be all like wrinkled. But the amount of heat that they are subjected to it's such a young age probably helps them release those heat shock proteins which actually is healthy for them so this in habitable climate is probably actually creating bodily stress that makes them healthier complex..

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"david sinclair" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"david sinclair" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"The following is a conversation with david sinclair. He's a professor in the department of genetics at harvard. And co director of the paul f glenn center for the biology of aging at harvard medical school. He's the author of the book lifespan and co founder of several biotech companies. He works on turning age into an engineering problem and solving it driven by a vision of a world where billions of people can live much longer and much healthier lives quick mention of our sponsors on it clear national instruments and i simply safe and leonod check them out in the description to support this podcast as a side note. Let me say that. Legiti research challenges us to think how science and engineering will change society. Imagine if we can live one hundred thousand years even under controlled conditions like spaceships. Say then suddenly a trip to offer centauri that is Four point three seven light years away takes a single human lifespan and on the psychological may even philosophical level as the horizons of death drifts. Farther into the distance how will our search for meaning change does meaning required death or does it merely require struggle reprogramming. Our biology will require us to delve deeper into understanding the human mind and the robot. Mind both of these efforts ours. Exciting of a journey is ekeler. Magin now is the part of the program where we do the ads. Try to make them interesting..

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What Is Your Back Catalogue Worth?

You Are The Media

08:33 min | 1 year ago

What Is Your Back Catalogue Worth?

"What's asiapac. A low worth has an intrinsic value to you as well as the audience. You're creating for go back catalogue is when you create work. This not just focus on what's current but takes account of the longer term. It's content that pertains fairly because there's something universal and perennial about it in this way. Not only is it valuable to others. It also helps manual position in the marketplace. Currently there's a flurry of music. Artists alina back catalogs. The lives of bob dylan new young secure of done it even dolly parton thinking about pissing beat to be head so if you build an audience share content defines. Its home of your audience. Your back catalogue can also become something. That's desirable catholic. A work is your audience can always access. It's worth the grows and evolves alongside your audience. You can become a self replenishing goldman in times of new clients have improved that you'll someone who does the work and potential clients getting comfortable with your approach. A website that shares one or two articles every now and then feta video and if you four-page e books does not come across as high value however one of the back catalogue of regla audio writing and video content posted over a period of time suggests is a place of value to us on a u. at the media online in two thousand and twenty joe pelosi said to everyone but anyone michelle content if it went tomorrow. If not your content you have a problem a back cutler means you invite days that you share today but also track record that shows. You're someone who keeps and has kept on giving me never become irrelevant by choosing to rest for used in the past with touring on home to the ever-growing increase in streaming. We're seeing a trend for music. Artists selling the rights at back. Catalogues artists unrealized by a cashing. In on the value of songs they produce david as uk based rotea fund. Hypnosis is obtaining the rights to artists from blondie to mark ronson in the sky article musical journalist. David sinclair said. If you're talking with the idea if you're a rockstar. If you bob dylan you're thinking to yourself. This might be time. He's getting twenty using comp one year right that in a lump sum in sakir who sold the rights to one hundred. Thirty five songs to hypnosis. I'm humbled that songwriting. And given me the privilege of communicating with others being a part of something bigger than myself autism now handing over the word ridden and shed over the years for fake off certainly does not mean tied in this context. This story of selling bank catholics chimes with how we in the beats a bass bass produce work for an audience. It proves that when you work is relevant to others this more reason to keep going the blog articles you produced back in two thousand nine nineteen. Maybe didn't get many views when they were first published. But that doesn't mean the not value sitting within your overall bank of work similar to music artists. Your job is to keep plane so that you keep developing your audience when people find you they can then join the dots and get a more complete picture of y you share is relevant to them. Those articles that received little traffic into nineteen are important in the context of your overall efforts. A moment in time should not be your only anka booting up a back catalog of which shows in your work over time making it easier for people to make a decision on whether to buy or subscribe. Starting the a space that people can visit but also record of how you've developed in the music industry return longevity. What about you. How will you know wherever you're back catalogue is where something it won't be. The same. ballpark is bob. Dylan's three hundred million pounds. When he sold his six hundred songs universal music for how we find out. If what you share has worth you would. Immediate has been around every week apart from some short breaks since october. Two thousand thirteen almost eight years. Now here's why building a back. Catalog of content provides vani in both the short and long after the first one. Is this over time. People see the value provide be prepared to play. The long game is so important. I wonder where ought be now if i hadn't been producing content every week for you at the median. I reckon it would be somewhere where i am today when people recognize. Your work is something that they can get behind you have a license to develop momentum secondly it can support your wider efforts. Your back catalog makes it easier to introduce for new initiatives. The one thing that has remained constant from me has been my writing. This was the tree. I planted back in twenty thirteen and new branches of grown. It made introducing in person and then online live events easier. Don't think of the word you produce in isolation look at it as a way to connect your intentions and third lake is greater use beyond the immediate space producing a back. Catalog extend your scope by this. I mean what stance a piece of work in one channel can extend into other formats. For instance blogs have become talked topics for other people's podcast. One single article became a webinar in april. Twenty twenty on your first ten email subscribers the next point is that it becomes and it brings people closer or from people. The proof of the work. You've already done helps you by helping them. Make a decision go back catalogue in contrast to say tha that competitors whose output may be more sporadic demonstrates perseverance. Next point is that it contributes to sales while message of this. You the media online. That i'm talking to you now is not around selling your business based on your content. Your work can be indirectly related to revenue for instance. The world you produce can also present a way to sell products and services but in a way that isn't merely emphasizing for instance being a trusted business increases the impact. You can make and this links to one of the aspects of what the month of learning represents a recent podcast looked at the impact of trust. Next is your were becomes a reference and search to your back catalogue can become a place for us to take from an somewhere. Search engines recognize websites. We've over three hundred and eleven index pieces of work c. Two hundred and thirty six percent more traffic than no sign of not too many pages and this is ups ball. What this means. Is that the better. Your ongoing work is indexed. There is more for a search engine to look through and support your search rankings ultimately ultimately want visit us to stick around on your site for that you need to offer work they will enjoy and lastly grow from it. The more you practice delivering something the better you become by learning. How the audio space works. I've become a better speaker by sharing a short video every week for the of the media weekly email. I think become a better presenter by writing every week. I've become a stronger writer. Whilst as an emphasis on creating roughness never forget this contributes to your own personal development. Let's roundup similar to writing and sherry music. You just put all your effort into a once a year christmas. Oh you have to keep introducing new material. That can stand the test of time all comes down to having that ability to keep going is what you're creating talking to be worth. Something is what you're producing contributing to your overall message actions in commercial delivery to give you the freedom to play an experiment. Why if your entire back catalogue disappear tomorrow but people let you know what they show concern. You're back catalogue is your commercial worth directly and indirectly and it's important to keep on playing for the audience as you show up to it

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"david sinclair" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show

The Darin Olien Show

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"david sinclair" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show

"Welcome to the show. Thanks for tuning in an stoked. You're here we could share some time and some space together. And i get to introduce you to the 'nother amazing unbelievable guest. Dr david sinclair if interview. No him than you know. His brilliance in anti-aging don't know him you're going to be blown away An extraordinary gentlemen by the way this episode is sponsored by caldera lab. I finally found an incredible skin. Care product botanically based that. I'm going to tell you about little later in the show. But i'm stoked because i loved the tentacles and i love with this product does for me been using it for a while and this is the kind of thing i get excited about when people do the right thing and formulate the right way for things that go on your body have to be safe effective and just kick ass and i. I'm gonna tell you about back a little bit. So that's Sponsored by caldera today were grateful for them for the work that they're doing. But dr david sinclair holy cow for the work that he's been doing and dedicated to. He is literally a world leader an anti aging research. He's the author of the new york times bestselling book. I love this book. A gobbled it up right away called life span. Why we age and why we don't have to. That's right he's attacking anti-aging. He's a professor of genetics at harvard. Medical school co director of the paul f glenn center for biology in aging research at harvard medical school. He is best known for his work on jeans. And small molecules that delay aging. You heard that right. Delaying aging slowing biological clock including serotonin jeans respirate. Trawl na de precursors. All of this stuff when we'll get into in the episode he's an author and publish over a hundred and seventy scientific papers. Co-inventor over fifty patents and co-founder fourteen biotech companies. Yeah this guy is kick ass He has received numerous honors including being named time magazine list of one hundred most influential people in the world and the top fifty people in healthcare in two thousand and eighteen. Come on so let's give it up for this guy. I just have to say that this is an exciting topic because this is everything that we thought we knew about genetics epidemiology about just our jeans and this is just what i have and this is just what i'm dealt with and we have so much more control of how the environment influences us we do with our nutrition. What we do with our sleep do with our exercise what we do with supplements all of this stuff. We're gonna get into. I got to meet dr davidson clarifu times And he is just a delight that human that is doing great work in the dedicated. Just bright spirit. So i'm so stoked to have him on the podcasts and have for you to receive knowledge so that you can what kick ass and live the life that you are truly here to live without the limitations of age without the limitations of aches and pains without delimitations of your own consciousness to expand our education to expand our knowledge to expand what it is that we think we know only to challenge that to be open to what we can receive. That might possibly blow all of us away in terms of what is actually possible. And so open your minds. Open your hearts. Take a deep breath the ingratitude and welcome my next great guest dr davidson. Well welcome last time. I saw a different world on a things change. So things are changing one thing. That hasn't changing is where aging or at least were were. Were moving in that direction. And i mean without getting into the opening up pandora's box necessarily because i don't necessarily want to do that per se but mean let's let's jump into the sar tunes conversation right and so this big discovery you had with with this. You know the cellular environment Realizing this this This protein essentially right the Chevy marker so why don't you. And then i want to ask about you know what you're currently doing today to move. Continue to move the needle. So that the certificates we have seven of these genes in albany. I i worked on them in little yeast cells back in the one thousand nine hundred and so turns out most lifeforms on the planet have these genes whether they're plants bacteria or even ourselves of course and we've along with one hundred labs. Try to figure out what these genes have been. What are they doing in the body and initials what they do is they. They promote longevity lake. Keep the released as they used for baking and brewing they keep them healthier for longer and turns out we've as a group of scientists have figured out that they do the same thing and now buddies you can think of genes is making little proteins that are little workers that the hell the body had to be healthy. They quite bossy. They tell other proteins. what to do. They don't do the work themselves but that they they act like the army corps of engineers or or traffic cop. Think of it that way that that without them the body doesn't really know how to take care of itself and that includes things lied digest food well and process it gives the body energy. Heal itself Even memory is controlled by these sorta wins As we get older we have less and less of activity of these tunes. And this is one of the reasons we believe. We become much more susceptible to diseases that we call this process aging. But it's really just over time losing the ability to defend off not just internal problems but as we see now infected and it may partly the reason why the old older population is much more susceptible to covid is that these inbuilt defenses are just not.

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Get Comfortable Being Uncomfortable

Daily Sales Tips

02:21 min | 2 years ago

Get Comfortable Being Uncomfortable

"Came up with this tip in the shower in a very cold shower. I recently finished listening to the book. Lifespan by David Sinclair. This book is Super Fascinating. It's all based on some pretty cutting edge. Research on aging and the basic point is that the author believes that aging is actually a disease that is potentially curable fascinating read and David shares a handful of strategies that have been proven at some level to prolong a healthy life span. Things like intermittent fasting and cold exposure. The cold exposure piece was particularly interesting because the underlying issue seems to be that. We've gotten too comfortable. We keep our environments Nice and cozy and we don't really create much adversity for our bodies especially when it comes to extreme temperatures both hot and cold in order for your body to grow and adapt. You've got to get out of your comfort zone. And I think this is totally true in sales as well and have been thinking about ways that I can train myself to get more comfortable. Being uncomfortable are the things we can do on a regular basis. That scare us one of the things. I've been experimenting with in the Mornings to get into this. Mindset is these extreme showers my processes this I turn the shower onto a temperature that is hotter than is comfortable but I get in right away so for the first minute or so while. I'm waiting for the water to warm up. It's cold then it ultimately gets to be too hot as I go about the business of Washing. And then when that's done I turn the water all the way back down to his cold as it will go for the last minute or so as I rinse off. It's more of a mental challenge than it is a physical challenge because you get used to it pretty quickly. I'm actually finding it. I really enjoy that closing cold. Bit as I get relief from the heat and then breathe into the cold after five minutes or so. I get out feeling like I've actually accomplished something. It helps me get my head right and more open to finding ways to get myself into productively uncomfortable situations during the workday. Give it a shot whether it's this shower thing or making a few phone calls to people who totally intimidate you. I think you'll be really glad that you did.

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"david sinclair" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:15 min | 3 years ago

"david sinclair" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Well, it's great to have you with us. Now, let's touch on this. Phenomenon. Those people out there who just vaguely familiar with this story what exactly is virtual and why is it all over the news today? Well, first of all, it sure is all over the news, especially the health news. You know, I read about twenty health journals a week, and every one of them seems to have an article about resveratrol. Basically resveratrol is what we call a poly phenol. It's found in red wine. It's found in purple grape juice. It's bound in buries a deep rebound in peanuts. And the interesting thing about resveratrol is it's actually produced by plants by plants themselves to protect themselves against any kind of injury any kind of infection and against any kind of radiation. And the scientists really first became interested in respiratory Mark about nineteen ninety two when resveratrol was first isolated from red wine. It was also found at that point in the skin of grapes as well. And this is what got all those scientists interested the early. Studies showed that resveratrol seemed to. Extend the life of fruit flies of worms, and even some fish. Well, anything that extends the life of anything is gonna peak the attention of a scientist. Absolutely. Wow. Well, by two thousand six the Italian scientists discovered that resveratrol extended the life of certain fish by fifty six percent, and it even increased their swimming of well, also in two thousand six and here's what really got them interested a hobbit researcher, David Sinclair reported that resveratrol counteracted the negative effect of a high fat diet in mice by thirty percent. Now, given that most Americans seem to be on a high fat diet. This was pretty darn interesting. Well, later research goes on to show that brand spiritual had a very positive effect on a number of interesting things like blood sugar levels, like normal cell growth, and it even seems to protect the intestines and the colon. It definitely supported normal enzymatic activity in the body. It improved endurance. There was even. A great study at the institute of genetics and cell biology in France that showed that it dramatically improved endurance during aerobic activity, and it even proved to support brain function. Great study from Weill Cornell Medical school in New York, I was just reading that it even neutralizes free radicals. But the reason to bottom line reason Mark that it's all over the news nowadays is research at Harvard. They found that caloric restriction eating less actually slows the pace of aging and extended the lifespan in laboratory animals by forty percent. Well, whenever our health is threatened any perceived health threat, like not eating enough, caloric restriction, your body feels threatened this which is on what they call the longevity, gene in your body in switches on a sort of a protective mechanism that begins on a Cejudo level. But changes your ability to adapt and cope, dramatically changes. There's a major positive influence on growth hormones and stress hormones. Is actually an increase in repair. All of this switched on by a family of genes, we call sir tunes. But here's the key. According to the work done by David Sinclair at Harvard now, this is important the most potent activator of these two and genes in addition to caloric restriction is resveratrol. And a great hope is that what's happening in all these animal. Studies all these amazing benefits with respiratory will translate into people as well. And this is why millions of people all over the world are now taking reservoir ritual pretty much every day. Wow. This is amazing. But let me tell you step back from moment. I know you've been working with purity products for several years on their co Q formulas. But now they feature coenzyme q ten which you say is just as important as resveratrol, especially for your heart health, and you also say in some ways that it's got even more evidence behind it. So let me ask you this who needs coq ten what exactly is it? Good for. Well, first of all, let's take a quick peek a water coenzyme is a coenzyme is any substance in the body. At speeds up the rate at which a chemical reaction takes place. It's like a vitamin in many respects. Well, coq ten is the nutrient that is responsible for the energy. That's the key word the energy that supplies, your brain, your heart, your liver, your kidneys. In fact, we need coq ten to literally convert all the food we eat into energy. Wow. That's amazing. Yeah. Well, that's what it's all about not only that. But it's a very powerful antioxidant. And I remember Mark let's go back to nineteen sixty three that's a while ago. Well, I was teaching for the first time physiology and nutrition, and I remember speaking about coq ten at that point. And at that point it had only been discovered six years before nineteen fifty seven at the university of Wisconsin where they were looking for what makes the heartbeat. Well, they found out that was co Q ten and that coenzyme q ten supplies that energy. In fact, by nineteen seventy eight a British. Biochemist's named Peter Mitchell wins himself a Nobel prize for describing what he called a bio energetic energy created by co Q ten so we could say it's so darn important because.

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Harvard researchers find link between longevity, restricted diet and Resveratrol

WDRC

02:30 min | 4 years ago

Harvard researchers find link between longevity, restricted diet and Resveratrol

"At that point in the skin of grapes as well and this is what got all those scientists interested the early studies showed that resveratrol seems to extend the life of fruit flies of worms and even some fish well anything that extends the life of anything is gonna peak the attention of a scientist absolutely how well by two thousand six the italian scientists discovered that resveratrol extended the life of certain fish by fifty six percent and even increased their swimming ability well also in two thousand six and here's what really got them interested a harvard researcher david sinclair reported that resveratrol counteracted the negative effect of a high fat diet in mice by thirty percent now given that most americans seem to be on a high fat diet this was pretty darn interesting well later research goes on to show that best virtual had a very positive effect on a number of interesting things like blood sugar levels like normal cell growth and it even seems to protect the intestines and the colon it definitely supported normal enzymatic activity in the body it improved endurance there was even a great study at the institute of genetics and cell biology in france that showed that it dramatically improved endurance during ero bec activity and it even proved to support brain function great study from weill cornell medical school in new york i was just reading that it even neutralizes free radicals but the reason the bottom line reason mark that it's all over over the news nowadays is research at harvard they found that caloric restriction eating less actually slows the pace of aging and extended the lifespan in laboratory animals by forty percent well whenever our health is threatened any perceived health threat like not eating enough caloric restriction your body feels threatened this switches on what they call the longevity gene in your body it switches on sort of a protective mechanism that begins on a cejudo level metabolism changes your ability to adapt and cope dramatically changes there's a major positive influence on growth hormones and stress hormones there's actually an increase in repair all of this which on by family of genes we call sir tunes but here's the key according to the work done by david sinclair at harvard now this is important the most potent activator of these two and genes in addition to caloric restriction is rest various role and a great hope.

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