17 Burst results for "David Theroux"

"david theroux" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

07:08 min | 7 months ago

"david theroux" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"The mad river valley We're currently in conversation with a family coming from Burlington also somebody who who we hope to hire. So we really do have a wide geographic range and I think part of that is also because we have very accessible to all tuition model where we really want to make it work for whoever has the desire to be here. So low income families middle upper class. We have the demographics across the board So that really does appeal to people from all sorts of parts. Participate. and. And the. The kids who are at the at the Waldorf School and end up heading out to maybe to public high school as they include the eighth grade. How do they end up doing academically? Are they are they pretty solidly prepared for for? Public. School Education. Following the Waldorf School May I, May I answer the phone badly? Yes, go ahead your. The feedback we get is so strong that these children are just still. So excited about learning and engaged that they carry a lot of the conversations and discussions in class, and we even get this feedback on the college level that they are just so well prepared and active in their learning I have two kids that are in college who have gone through Waldorf. You know from early childhood. Childhood all the way through high school, and just they're just still wanting to work hard and that is an always seen and they're just valued people in the in the high school community as well as college. So it's it's exciting to get that feedback that they do appreciate receiving Waldorf students and not just people from Orchard Valley by any of the other Waldorf schools that are. Far and wide, but academically, they're strong. They're strong. And sometimes thinkers that that. Don't mind going outside the box to work on them and we really developed social skills here like putting down the tablets and putting it on the computers and working human human eye to eye and and so this is also social education, and that plays out strongly in other whether it's the they go out and get jobs or they're working at high school or as I said, college that they have a real firm basis to work from. in in. That Square's pretty well with the Your your desire to minimize the amount of screen time, it gets incorporated into into the educational programs here, I mean when we when we think about these hybrid programs that are going to be somewhat online someone in classrooms and so on. I've had public school teachers as guests on the on the show here and Who? The last spring were lamenting the the loss of what they call the social emotional connections. Kids make just by by being in the classroom together and having to kind of get along with one another and all that sort of thing That's that's gotta be a huge part of education, which I think isn't really part of the formal curriculum is much maybe therefore under appreciated, right? I think you're right I the the emotional health of children having that social contact. Yeah. We just finished today's actually last summer camp here, and we've been watching the children that. Oh, my goodness just so happy to be. Be With other children when they've been at home and living remotely that Yeah, it's been pretty pretty cool to see. I- solution. It turns out is probably not that good for the soul I mean I. I know there's a lot of stories about various people who've gone off into the woods and. Been Hermit for awhile or something. You think a Henry David Theroux or somebody but But I I I, I guess for most people. GotTa, have that that human contact and and and and it's gotta be valuable thing to not just the human contact with your. Family or those who were sort of already close to you. But you know that new kids who just moved into town or something just showed up at school and and figuring out how to how to welcome the new person and and maybe can just compare experiences learn learn what you can from them about. What their life is like that sort of thing. So and also how to how to resolve conflicts, how to be okay with that and state, what your needs are and how to work through. That is so important and we spent a fair amount of time. We're helping kids navigate conflict and that it's not a bad thing, it's an opportunity to grow but I think our world needs. That is how how to work through conflict. Yes. Indeed, that is is key consideration. I wanted to take the last couple of minutes here in. Ask you to reflect on. What what kind of lessons can be imparted to your students? Year the kids in your charge from this experience that we've all had with the COVID nineteen crisis What what would you say that to that Leave, Becker. I would really say that the the primary thing we're all learning and students I think exemplify, it's even more than the adults is just resiliency the ability to adjust and adapt and and look at one another in a different way from a distance, and how do we be closed the? The navigation of this new time, it's completely foreign and the children are the ones that know how to do it and are adapting more quickly. So if anything what can we learn from them and all we can offer them is to be guides in that work and to be sturdy on our own feet so that we can help how show them the way to to finding a new normal. Really. Jeopardy Jeopardy Eli? Would you say that? That was great. Madly, I would also say gratitude for all the people that are here ready to help them and care for them whether we're talking about our health professionals or we're talking about teachers that. There, is a net for them during these uncertain times and they will be cared for but we all have to chip in and do our part, and we're ready on September eighth to to meet them and and see how they're doing and see those be one of the first times who've gathered again. So. It'd be interesting. It'll be really something and. Wish you I wish you both excellent luck with all this as well as as well as your staff and students at the origin rally waller of school and its affiliated programs Molly Becker and Kathy Eli of the Waldorf School or Valley Waldorf School for grams of been my guests this last segment of the Dave Graham show. Thank you very much for joining me. Thank you. Thanks. And we are heading into our. Top of the hour. And the end of the day Graham show for this Friday. August seventh and stay to now for W. DV's live coverage of the governor's news conference. With other top state officials are responding to the latest developments in the nineteen crisis. We will see all Monday have a good weekend folks..

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"david theroux" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

Fusion Patrol

05:46 min | 9 months ago

"david theroux" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

"This is the fusion patrol gassed each week. We look at a different science fiction TV episode or movie and analyze it to within an inch of its life. Welcome to the discussion. Hello and welcome to another episode if you should patrol. I'm Eugene and I'm John at tonight. We're looking at STAR COPS. Episode Numero dos conversations with the dead. A freighter bound for Mars the data lists. Has A we problem? It's engines have fired at the wrong time, and a freighter and crew are now on an UN correctable course, the crew while still alive are considered dead. On the Charles de Gaulle. Nathan Spring isn't adapting well to zero gravity at his age. He is unlikely to adapt box informs him that the only solution would be to find a place that has gravity. He starts scoping out offices on the moon back on Earth Maitha. NHS girlfriend and lingering personal plot complication. Lee is wandering the plants in his apartment. She receives a highly encrypted secure message from Nathan. Although she never gets the chance to read it, the message says your life is in danger. She doesn't need to read the message to know that though as. As a man breaks in and murders her in the apartment sometime later spring has returned to Earth where he is interrogated by police. Inspector Colin Davis and Sergeant Cormon devious seems to be more than a bit of a jerk, both to spring and his assistant Corman the computers tell him that this crime isn't special. Spring wants to conduct the investigation himself, but the idea is shut down by divas. The message from spring was a fake, but tracing it turns up as a dead end on the moon. David Theroux has gone to see star cops new digs. He's also investigating the data Lewis Accident Sentiment on the moon, which has never had any star cops is decidedly cold. One Crewman Fox is particularly opposed to them, but a colleague just says it's because he was formerly romantically involved with one of the data Lewis crew and he's taking it poorly. Everything checks out on the Dallas. No cause for the accident can be found though Fox is unwilling to talk. He makes an indication that he knows what the fault was on the data Lewis..

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"david theroux" Discussed on The Roadmap to Wealth Show with Elena Maurel

The Roadmap to Wealth Show with Elena Maurel

08:26 min | 1 year ago

"david theroux" Discussed on The Roadmap to Wealth Show with Elena Maurel

"It's technology changes of the freedom. Experience was was really great and then deeper into the business i would say an experience that i loved has the experience of success the first hundred really crush it with a client or end they just they. They just wanna be with you. They were out of ah. I added that your client is just a really crazy. Yes i shed is yeah. Absolutely it's absolutely amazing. So if does your bed to go back. When is the time you just stop in business yoga different. I try to slap myself. A couple couple times all roy the first thing that i would probably push or sirri and listen to more of the right stuff. It's interesting. It's an interesting balance of over reading taking too much station and not giving yourself <unk> a data break but i would i would read more of the right stuff and i was handed a was handed out they can grow rich at twenty three years old by napoleon hill and how to win friends and influence people and when you're twenty three you're like heaven of friends i could influence people and i had a college like no. I just wasted on studying neural. I don't wanna read anything and you know. It's just being patient in in reading more one thing that i know that i did not do had some major mistakes real estate estate. Another world into my business is having that advisory board of mentors mentors in your business the different life categories of your life. I break my life. If categories out until eleven different areas you know from from character to spiritual to note to financial but having mentors that can help guide you all the way through so stay away from making poor decisions and you stay motivated when i say advisory board people were very successful you know are out there and if you just reach out to them humbly we will help you jump on living. You're owning and <hes> you know having that and then they don't have to be alive. They could be dead so keeping those like what would uh-huh sigmund freud do what would this. What would what would albert einstein you what would henry david theroux or benjamin franklin and you start reflecting upon their characters they actually make their decisions of those two. Things are probably the most important <unk> final piece that would be i got this actually from my girlfriend ally would if you just living in the moment and really enjoying the ride of whatever you're doing <hes> and not folksy too much in the future and the past skirt enjoying the because i was a little too focused on getting getting their their forget that you're here and i and lucy things <hes> i would love to just grab my cheeks of my younger so if it really crooks tests that to to thank your <unk>. Yes get you a person that has an impact packed on you as an entrepreneur. All may be somebody who do amateur if you speaking of mentors sure sure i would say if i had to choose shoes some people that have influenced me in my life. The first thing would end sounds kind of cliche but mostly my mother unfortunately wall street cancer. I'm tony. I appreciate that but you know she's a strong italian irish woman but i'm not even close to a pushover robbing the opposite side but she showed me how to stand my grounds rounds. Okay always be winners. Carry yourself properly so she's already whether biggest influencers very thoughtful woman you know even if she wasn't always verbally you know she's thinking about oh. This can't trip this that and she always did something original and listen to you always had had some type of some type of a surprise for you. That was so awful <unk> attached to your own d._n._a. You always remember it so well. I would say her more on the business side to say the first person that said something that i reflect on on time and i still remember being his room. He was making three hundred thousand dollars a month. I was twenty four and his name is bob safer and <hes> and he said he got us all the odor guy his army guy and he's like you gotta season to season so i thought about the there's i think about it every year and it's really really seeing your vision and senior plan in that always sits with a and then finally on the health side mark hyman has the ultimate solution in today toxin dachshund will prove these guys are bio hackers and they're all out health <unk>. They've been highly influential about what i put in my body and understanding it gives me the energy to run my business at a monster. You know it's okay. Thank you very much of this chain. Yes let's look at another site. Imagine some can happen of course lied. Fe it sometimes full of surprises if you business collapses today what oh you do good question. If there's just happened to collapse i had to start over again. You're asking what will you do if you stopped at some some france or maybe you stop the same business disarm some different options either. Now i tell you what i do i would i would think about what really really makes me happy. What would i do for free and the answer to that. Is we start some type of body brain business center just olev complete human coaching with with with a fitness center. Not only lets people go in and do what they wanna do but also kind of know nurture the brain nurture the body and then also obviously have it connected to some type of of business coaching in. I don't think i'd exist right now. So i probably do something along the lines of of that gas scandal-tainted dancing song by not should actually i think a and if you had to start at door what would you do if you have knock a certainly. That's a that's. That's our question right. Gotta make money and i wasn't banking for fifteen years so you can get had access to capital so the first thing you familiarize yourself how to gain capital from you know hedge funds right at you know to a traditional ways is it you can you can do that and then there's always barring friends and barely right but really <hes> when it comes to what we do have a clear plan to do that. I kind of look around for strategic strategic partners and influencers with beautiful about the internet now is that you can act search or blog search or clout or a buzz sumo and it'll fool up and tell you who the most influential people aren't who have the most followers and and and again. You can really get a clear plan. Once you have a clear pan then you can catch with passion jr anybody who wants to end. They're gonna buy you <hes> so that would be my little game plan by if if i had to start over against ah yes let's say i think it's up to the danjabbo. I think yes absolutely so now i would like to keep may be some advice for the young entrepreneur. Sometimes people think that own businesses difficult and it's difficult to start. It's always ends and feeders. Selects is by the people believe it's you know i think <hes> you know. I think the first thing is most people don't really understand. I'm the type of business that they wanna run and i'm not talking about l._l._c.'s escorts and all that fun stuff your accountants and handle that you know what i'm talking about. What type of business do you want. You want a lifestyle business or do you want to scale your business you know what kind of do you want to be in it all the time. Go what what do you want to do with your business and in sometimes that in in thinking about what makes you happy. <hes> you know is is important. I starting a business for the sake of starting business a mistake as a mistake because you wanna be a quote unquote business owner. 'cause you're gonna get you pretty quick. So that's the first thing the other thing is. Most people don't seek advice early on and the funny part of this. This is a big. It's expensive. I need to buy a franchise. I gotta do this any three. Hundred thousand dollars in the reality is in a in a actually in process of writing a book about this or maybe you book it depends on the time that i have not ever but it really you could start a business with so much free technology funny..

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"david theroux" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"david theroux" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Okay. John is first up to bat. Hi, john. All right. I just wanted to call him. I do not have a microwave deconstructed constructed at years ago. Just to see how it worked and can get along fine without it. Really so use a toaster oven and another one just basically, I just use all cast iron, and double boiler things up the double Boiler Works. Great. Because you can't burn the food. Do you mind? If I ask. Are are you of means? Yeah. Yeah. No, I'm I'm divorced cook most of my own meal, and how old are you? John. Oh, just turned sixty nine sixty nine. Well, you know, I'm surprised you don't have one John. But you're the guy. Thank you so much for joining us and again in a survey of poor households ninety three percent ninety two point three percent. Have a microwave. Diane. What don't you have are? You speaking to me. I am. Okay. 'cause I just talked to you. And I guess I wasn't supposed to I do not have a dishwasher. I am the dishwasher. Really? Yeah. I am. And I don't have a big screen TV. Either. TV that's twenty two years old with the two in the back. I love it. And I don't have dish or satellite or cable or net flicks. Or how old are you? If you don't mind me asking, this is very inappropriate to ask a woman her age, but I'm sixty six sixty six and I pay all my bills. So you're the one. Yeah. Yeah. I'm I'm an oddball. And how how's your retirement pretty good? No, I'm working two jobs. You are really old school, Diane. I know, but that's the way I was raised in. That's ingrained in me. And I think that's great Elaine is next. Thanks, Diane for your call. Hi, elaine. What don't you have? I do not have a dishwasher, and I never have from my parents house to our first house to the house. We now live in. We've never had a dishwasher. And I can watch this just fine. Isn't that something and are you low income? Medium. Okay. Well, you're just saving some money. You know, I I I don't think I could live without a dishwasher. I am just modern man. I couldn't live without air conditioning. That's for sure. How about you, Cathy? What are you missing in your life where I say, it's not me? It's my daughter and she lives in Clayton. And she also does not have a dishwasher, I guess that was a luxury. They don't seem to put in our getting played in in those days lives in Clayton with no dishwasher, correct? Is it because she's low income or she just wants to wash your dishes or no, no? It's the apartment. She has that it's a nice apartment right off. A why down, but it did not come equipped with a dishwasher. No. She has a nice job. It just the apartment didn't have it. Wow. I mean that Clayton landlords. Gotta get with the times dishwashers have been reasonably popular last twenty years that newfangled dishwasher thing all the kids. Have it? Carol you're on KOMO ex hard Charlie never had a dishwasher never had cable. Never had a microwave. What else did you mentioned that never used a credit card? My life got a car. I work on it myself, at least what I can change the oil air filter cetera. This is this is this is Carol David Theroux. That is all school. Why? Because you're letting such an existence. Well, that's your perspective. That's not mine. Saving money. Shirley, I'll tell you. What wouldn't it be great? If the world was run by coupon. Clipping mom. Yes. People like me who could get to eighteen fighters for one, you know, know, how to save money. Save money. We should have you in congress. Carol. Maybe. So Shirley, I've never owned anything to anyone other than utility bills. Which I paid before a team I myself, which may not be the smart, I love I love it. Thank you so much. We could go on all day. But. She writes poetry by a candle at night. But Lee, she's got that AM radio, and that that's all you need. I'm Debby Monterey with your news update. While the US government is back in business. President Trump remains behind closed doors and hasn't had a public event several days. The White House says the president has made his demands for a border wall funding clear and his leading the committee process play out. Meanwhile, Trump's company has admitted for the first time it failed to run proper verification checks on employees says it will now youth e-verify during the hiring process. This after a Washington Post report that nearly a dozen undocumented workers were fired from Trump's golf club during the partial government shutdown. I fly has submitted plans to open near top golf in Chesterfield. The indoor skydiving center offers a.

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"david theroux" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast

The Minimalists Podcast

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"david theroux" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast

"Answer your questions. Some simple advice about simple living one of those every Wednesday and pretty soon we're going to do a house tour of Ryan's house my house, and you can see that all over at YouTube dot com slash the minimalists. And we're also doing something called simple Sundays right now. Every Sunday, we send out some sort of simple living. Essay or writing about about living more intentionally. So if you want those in your inbox, you can just head on over to the minimalists dot com. Sign up for Email us over there. Every sunday. We'll send you some sort of simple living tips tricks essays writings ponderings musings, so on and oh, and by the way, if you sign up for Email us, we'll never send you any span. But we will send you some show notes. Anytime you hear talk about the show notes for a podcast podcast, Shaun write something down in that show up in your inbox. Anytime we put out a new podcast episode. And the next week. We got Jordan harbor is gonna be on the podcast. We're gonna talk to him about starting a business restarting to business he had to go through a whole bunch of stuff recently. I'm looking for the talking to him he had to walk away from a previous business and start a Phoenix rising from the ashes of previous business because he had a disagreement with some business partners and he had to start he had to start from scratch. And so a lot of lessons. He's learned. Ryan you and I have learned. Lot about business over the last twenty plus years. Yeah. Definitely. We'll share some of those lessons with you next week. Ryan what else you got for us? You know, I just wanted to encourage people to read more and get informed. It's it's just important Mandalay. Stay abreast of everything that's going on with our road. It's it is a mean court culture that we live in and if we are just reading headlines, and if we're just reading memes, well, we're actually not that informed. So get out there. And and you know, like like, I always say, it's great that you guys listen to Josh. And I we think we're awesome. But definitely get out there and get some different opinions and some different perspectives address. The actual text of things I was having this conversation with our good friend shun the Haluk recently. He he works with me on how to write better, the the writing class that I teach and he was talking about, you know, we often talk about Henry David Theroux or someone like someone like that or Emerson. But rarely do we actually go back, and and and dive deep into the. Text of something. And and really understanding. Instead, we go and read the list of the top ten things. The Henry David throw set about simple living, and that can be helpful the serpent surface level level stuff can be a nice entrance. But then how do we go beyond the surface level? So yeah, we can do that by by getting informed and reading more reading different perspective Yemen. Hey, also got some voicemail comments commented. Our listeners check him out. Hi, guys. I'm on the loose. I'm from the Netherlands, and I live in Belgium. I haven't L tipped full Hyundai planning and gift-giving recently. I was listening to podcasts about black Friday. And I think you mentioned in Newport cast as well that although black Friday is very American phenomenon. It has Fred to other countries. And yes, it has spread to the Netherlands and Belgium as well. And the timing cannot be moped businesses in December the Dutch im- Belgians celebrate Christmas as well as Cinta class which. On the fifth of the Simba. Cinta clouds is roughly the same concept as Santa Claus, namely gift-giving, which actually creates a good.

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"david theroux" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"david theroux" Discussed on WDRC

"Fox News. back to the LARs Larson show. It's a Wednesday night. Glad to have you with me, and I'll get back to your phone calls and emails shortly at eight six six. Hey, LARs, that's eight six six four three nine five to seven seven emails to talk at LARs Larson dot com. Well, thanks to Bernie Sanders and oh Kazuyo Cortez. Young Alexandria, socialism is seeing a bit of a rebirth among US millennials, and that's a tough one for me to wrap my head around. So I thought we talked to David Theroux who's the founder president and chief executive officer of the independent institute and the publisher of the independent review. David welcome back to the program. Thank you, LARs. Well, I'm I'm glad you're here too. But what I'm not glad of is to see millennials attaching themselves to socialism, and I guess I see this is kind of a watershed change in America. I think I can speak for myself accurately, the when I left high school about forty years ago everybody which wasn't the dark ages of the late nineteen seventies. We're at the tail end of Jimmy Carter's Virgil recession and things were looking kind of bleak before Ronald Reagan came in. But I remember almost everyone I knew in school couldn't wait to move out of mom and dad's house and strike out on their own whether it was to college or a job get their own apartment pay their own bills. Be responsible for themselves. What's happened between then? And now that has millennials say, we're we don't want to move out of mom and dad's house, and by the way, we like the government to pay our bills for us in a socialist setting. Well, a lot has happened. The government has grown enormously not just in spending and regulation, but in debt and the opportunities that the millennial generation stays have been greatly reduced as a result there. They've come to become somewhat cynical understandably, and we have found that according to the major surveys of millennials which includes the work of research center, and the Harvard institute of politics that millennials have landed on essentially five questions because they feel constrained with little opportunity and the five questions are held a day after student loan debt. How can they get a good job? How can we ever afford a house afford healthcare that that is going to be right for them? And why is the government spying on them? The results of this is millennials have lost confidence in the American system and David looking around for answers. But they don't know who to trust. So the, of course, millennials were not around pretty much during the Cold War. They didn't know about the reality of socialism. In the Soviet Union and eastern bloc and so forth and even in China in some respects. So to them the idea is how do they make ends meet and as human beings, they're open to getting free stuff. So the other factor that came into play was they coming out of the the public school system and not of colleges. Basically the narrative taught us to progressive narrative that government just solution to everything. And they believe that they've been taught to believe that the two thousand eight recession the great recession was caused by capitalism and free markets ridge that greed, drove this problem. And as result, the American system bailed out people who responsible for it. Even though the reality of it is that was federal policies that created the bubble. And then the bailout just made it continued essentially instead of having the economy Kirk Lee adjust to the problem. So what we found was there's an opportunity actually to reach millennials lineal generation is the largest generation American history. It's about eighty three million Americans. And since they don't watch the six o'clock news. They don't read the newspaper magazines. They get most of their information from YouTube as far as news and entertainment. So we developed a video series too. Target millennials not so much a series of videos that is preaching to them about what to think, but more of a story that essentially features millennials figuring out these five questions, and it's funny. It's a satire and the first season of the series is called love goes has reached over eight point two million combined views on YouTube. We've just released the second season about a week ago. And it's similarly skyrocket up, and we're we target mainstream millennials from the process and the results of this is young people seeing through the the narrative of the progressive narratives and also the view that they can get something for nothing. Is there a possibility that we could go back and reach kids on this? All sounds great. And I'd like to help, you know, remind people have them pass it on. Can we go back to some of the kids as early as high school and persuade them that they're being sold a Bill of goods when they're told that all of you should go to.

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"david theroux" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

08:55 min | 2 years ago

"david theroux" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"We are talking with David Theroux. He is the founder president and chief executive officer of the independent institute. And they're willing to give it more about his approach to reaching people who have not tended to vote who have not tend to get involved to be informed. You know, I it's remarkable that the political parties don't seem to have figured this out that are educational institutions don't seem to figure this out if you're reaching these folks, and it sounds like you have the empirical evidence to indicate that you are reaching them. How come you thought of this? And nobody else did I commend you. But I find it unfortunate that nobody else is doing this. Well, there are other. I think very good programs. I'm pregnant. He has a great series of videos. There's a group called the institute of humane. Studies has a program called learn liberty, and there are others. But the the format that they use. I e every other group is again having someone standing there telling you what's true, and that's perfectly useful. But it usually requires having an audience that already is sympathetic or as a captive audience. And so we specifically tried to design the loved on series for people who are not sympathetic. They were simply mainstream millennials. They had short attention span. They don't trust people and so on so we had to have a way to engage them. Which is in concert with the way, they're making their choice. It's otherwise. I think that once you're able to get that at trust with people. All sorts of opportunities, hence, the catalyst website and other things that we're doing. But you know, it's interesting that the the trend in American political culture is that people are becoming less and less trustworthy of the political elites and government to solve problems. But it is true at the same time that the appeal of politics is usually offering people something for nothing. And claiming that they have the answers to these different issues like healthcare and housing or any other it crime, you name it education and so on so. What we do at independent institute is we're a free market think tank. Essentially, would you lots of books we have about one hundred and forty fellows. We do lots of work in the media and the books are used in colleges and other other forums and many other ways that public policy is being debated. But the love go series is a considerable extensions of of a marketing communications program that is not dependent on the traditional media the traditional way that people get their information. It's it's taking advantage of the fact that what's grown up is an alternative way people get their information. And so we're just basically plugging into that development. And so it it's a great opportunity. We think to to make a difference. So our our goal basically is to see how far we can push. This. Can we go from ten to twelve? Twenty or thirty or forty million lineal is to get them engaged, and then channel them to the catalyst site, and and other projects, and I think that there's a grant opportunity especially in a moment like now because people are revving up for the midterm elections. So they're more focused on issues. And there's obviously a number of things that are are becoming more assertive in high relief for people. And so I think the opportunities just continue to grow. I do think that on the other hand the. Prevalence of the Democratic Party. And he respects sort of losing sight of actual ideas. Other than simply that the government take it over is on the one hand, a problem in that people think, well, we'll just go completely into socialism because they're the experts and will eliminate greed, and and so on and so forth to be fair is the view. Win the track record of socialism is a total devastation. And it's not just not being able to provide things like affordable housing and good food and employment and some software, but you know, the twentieth century is the century of socialists experiments that resulted in the greatest human misery in the history of the world. Yeah. So I think that it's it's there's a lot of steak and since no lineal are the future of the country. We think the timing of this couldn't be better. Well, they certainly are the future. And I think more than a few of us who are in the process, of course, of getting older retiring, indeed dying and passing the baton to this generation, and what shapes up as a very dangerous situation and a very complicated century in a very challenging century. We're not that sanguine about the prospects. Quite frankly, we we are these people. Ready? I don't want to overly generalize or stereotype. But but people who who are worried about safe spaces and places like the university of of Utah. For example, the library has a cry closet. Are these people are ready for the twenty first century? Oh technologically. Maybe. But that's about the only way. I see. I I will confess that. I am highly skeptical. I certainly applaud people like you for doing this. But I I hope it makes enough difference. Well, I think that's true. And you know, we we can't be, you know, have blinds our eyes, and and to ignore the reality of things, but the the culture of young people picking millennials in particular is not a monolith. It's a mixture of conflicting views. So for example. It turns out that most millennials according to the surveys are very pro entrepreneurship. They are very pro the idea of having their own business. They don't as I said, they don't trust the elites necessarily to tell them how to live their lives. And the in other words on the one hand they've been missing educated to understand history and the nature of an economy and so forth. But on the other hand, they're intrigued by the idea, ideas of enterprise and innovation, and so we think that all those kinds of factors should be part of the communication strategy for this generation, and those questions are not that different from other people around the world who come from different cultures. How do you make the ideas of liberty relevant and compelling for people? So the the fact that millennials are receptive in the way, we're discussing and we understand how they've been miss education or misguided in interpreting certain things, for example, Gleneagles have been taught. That the great recession in two thousand eight was caused by greed and the free market. And even though the reality of it is that the federal government created the recession because of the reinvestment act that was started decades earlier that created a gigantic housing bubble, and that was not sustainable, it burst. And of course, the usual response was taken which was to have government bailout the different firms that had gone off and took these high risk investments, which were essentially either mandated by the government more incentive by the government. Yep. So. Realize that these kinds of conic examples of allegedly the failure of free markets are fallacies and that their cynicism about political authority is even more justified. It makes a huge difference in the receptivity to the.

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04:31 min | 2 years ago

"david theroux" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Six six five zero five four six two six with our guest, David Theroux, founder president a chief executive officer of the independent institute and the eighteen to twenty one year old's the youngest of the of the young voters that is the group which has consistently election election out not voted. They they vote, but the the least of any any age group in the country for reasons that I've never understood I remember casting my first ballot. And I felt a a sense of empowerment tend to when I got my driver's license, which of course, is another area in which many young people cannot identify with with me in that regard. But it's unfortunate because this is the method by which people have an option of this country. And if you don't use that that at franchise if you exercise your franchise, we have trouble, but nobody likes the flabby franchise. Yeah. I think I think that's true. I do think that this reflects the the cynicism and powerless nature of their outlook now, but they make themselves powerless. I know you don't you? Don't get involved. You learn the issues you don't register to vote vote. Well, whose fault is it that you're powerless? I know part of it also is the fact that they don't they don't have civic education. They don't have accurate education American history. They don't understand the world they live where does that go. Because we're failure of the of the school system, and that's one, you know, that's another whole issue of the case registration choice and so forth, which I think is is definitely in the ascendant. But it is a reality. And so that's why we were focusing on the hook for them being the questions they were asking, and the fact that they were not willing to trust the usual suspects site guy, so to speak and the so the commanding heights culture, they no longer trusted the political elites, which is sort of catching up with the rest of the country. But in their case, especially now millennials have left college and are starting careers and families, and so they. Have to buckle down and figure out. How are they going to get through all this? So there look, there's, you know, they're even more interested in answers and practical way to get through this. So that was the the motivation for creating the series imprinting catalyst. And so on. So our our interest is to push this as far as we can. We were talking before about the view that many millennials are supporting socialism. And people like Bernie Sanders talk about the Nordic countries. And your your reporting are correctly that these countries after quite robust market based economies and to give you an idea of the percentage of of ownership in these countries is about seventy five percent private of the wealth. And if you compare that to say a country, like China, China is just slightly lower than the order country is in and of course, is a very robust economy despite the problems with the government. So the I think the opportunities are enormous and just to give you further idea if you rank the the levels of private wealth. By country. It turns out that Denmark is twelfth Switzerland is for Norway as twenty third Sweden sweetness fifteenth North Korea is at the bottom of one hundred eightieth, but the US is eighteenth. So the so the US is lower than Denmark and Sweden, which is remarkable. When you think about it? We're gonna come back into talk some more with David throw is founder president at chief executive officer of the independent institute the website, independent dot org. Learn more about these series. The love gove and the catalyst one eight six six five zero JIMBO is our number. And we'll be back with more on the Bohannon show in just a moment..

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03:28 min | 2 years ago

"david theroux" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Five four six two six David Theroux, the founder president and chief executive officer of the independent institute is clearly an innovator, and you were mentioning the love of entrepreneurship that exists. Among these these younger people how good are they at it? I mean, some of them are quite good. But as a group did they know enough about business and about this this cursed, free enterprise system, and that that dreaded disease known as as greed. I mean, they sound at times a little starry eyed as a group to really have the the hard nosed attitudes that are necessary to make entrepreneurship work. Well, the BNP parabas does a global entrepreneurship entrepreneur poor each year, and they found that millennial entrepreneurs have launched about twice as many businesses as. Baby boomers. And there's still in the process of doing it. And of course, boomers are retired or retiring, so I think that they're in part of this is because of the interest in tech based businesses. Financial tech, Ed tech med tech. And so on so and that comes through in the love of episodes as well. By the way, one thing. I should also I could also mention there's a lot of people who educators are finding that the love of series is very useful for their students. Business people use it for their employees parents and grandparents use it young people use it with their friends and so on. And the the two seasons breath security sort of a fearful them. The first season the title of it is from first date to mandate and the second season title is a crisis not to waste. So as I said, it is humorous, and yet it really has a very clear message for people that they can get hold of and what they can do in their own lives. First of all understand the nature of government and liberty. But also what they can do now in overcoming these problems? They face. What what next I gather? You're continuing bees. Are there others that that you are contemplating? Well, the the part of the original thought was if we can build sort of a fan base for this. We could pursue it perhaps having a regular program on on TV or net flicks. Or whatever. Another part of it would be to develop a series of graphic novels using the Gulf character. There's just many things you can do in the popular culture, and to make it more acceptable and appealing for different kinds of markets and audiences. And so they they find that the ideas of liberty are really enjoyable and meaningful, and so we're very grateful to Jim. Jim for expressing interest in this. And we hope that your your listeners will find it a value as well. Well, I would certainly think so in particular. Those who are are young I suppose would automatically have some interest in the the newer approaches that you offer perhaps those of us who are older might point others to this. I would I be able to assume that all of the details about the love gove and the.

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09:15 min | 2 years ago

"david theroux" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Talking with David Theroux. He is the founder president and chief executive officer of the independent institute. And they're willing to give it more about his approach to reaching people who have not tended to vote who have not tend to get involved to be informed. It's remarkable that the political parties don't seem to have figured this out that are educational institutions don't seem to figure this out. If you're reaching these folks, and it sounds like you have the empirical evidence to indicate that you are reaching them. How come you thought of this? And nobody else did I commend you. But I find it unfortunate that nobody else is doing this. Well, there are other. I think very good programs. I'm pregnant university has a great series of videos, a group called the institute humane. Studies has a problem called learn liberty, and there are others. But the the format that they use. I e every other group is again having someone standing there telling you what's true, and that's perfectly useful. But usually choirs having an audience that already is sympathetic or as a captive audience. And so we specifically tried to design to love go series for people who are not sympathetic. They were simply mainstream millennials. They had short attention span. They don't trust people and so on so. We had to have a way to engage them. Which is in concert with the way, they're making their choices. Otherwise. I think that once you're able to get that that trust with people. There's all sorts of opportunities, hence, the catalysts, website and other things that were doing. But you know, it's interesting that the. The trend in American political culture is that people are becoming less and less trustworthy of the politically leads and government to solve problems. But it is true at the same time that. The appeal of politics is usually offering people something for nothing. In claiming that they have the answers to these different issues like healthcare and housing or any other crime, you name it education. And so so. What we do at independent institute is we're a free market think tank, essentially, you lots of books we have about one hundred and forty fellows. We do lots of work in the media and the books are used in colleges and other other forums, many other ways that public policy is being debated. But the love go series is. A considerable extensions of of a marketing communications program that is not dependent on the traditional media. The traditional way that people get their information. It's it's taking advantage of the fact that what's grown up is an alternative way people get their information. And so we're just basically plugging into that development. And so it's a great opportunity thing to to make a difference. So our goal basically, see how far we can push. This. Can we go from ten to twenty or thirty or forty million millennials to get them engage in channels them to the catalyst site and and other projects? And I think that there's a grant opportunity especially in a moment like now because people are revving up for the midterm elections. So they're more focused on issues. And there's obviously a number of things that are are becoming more in high relief for people. And so I think the opportunities just continue to grow. I do think that on the other hand the. Prevalence of the Democratic Party in many respects sort of losing sight of actual ideas. Other than simply that the government take it over is on the one hand a problem in that people think, well, we'll just go completely into socialism because they're the experts and will eliminate greed and so on and so forth. To be fair is view. Win the track record of socialism is a total devastation. And it's not just not being able to provide things like. Affordable housing and good food and employment and some software, but you know, the twentieth century is a century of socialist experiments that resulted in the greatest human misery in the history of the world. So I think that it's it's there's a lot of steak and since millennials are the future of the country. We think that the timing of this couldn't be better. Well, they certainly are the future. And I think more than a few of us who are in the process, of course, of getting older retiring, indeed dying and passing the baton to this generation, and what shapes up as a very dangerous situation and a very complicated century in a very challenging century. We're not that sanguine about the prospects. Quite frankly, we we are these people ready. I don't want to overly generalize stereotype. But but people who who are worried about safe spaces and places like the university of Utah. For example, the library has a cry closet. Are these people are ready for the twenty first century? Oh technologically. Maybe. But that's about the only way. I see I will confess that. I am highly skeptical. I certainly applaud people like you for doing this. But I I hope it makes enough difference. Well, I think that's true. And we can't be you know. Have blend. I is an and to ignore the reality of things, but the the culture of young people picking millennials in particular is not a monolith. It's a mixture of conflicting views. So for example. It turns out that most millennials according to the surveys are very pro entrepreneurship. They are very pro the idea of having their own business. They don't as I said they don't trust. Deletes necessarily to tell them how to live their lives. And the in other words on the one hand they've been miseducation to understand history and the nature of an economy and so forth. But on the other hand, they're intrigued by the idea of of enterprise and innovation and. So we think that all those kinds of factors should be part of the communication strategy for this generation, and those questions are not that different from other people around the world who come from different cultures. How do you make the ideas of liberty relevant and compelling for people? So the the fact that millennials are receptive in the way, we're discussing, and we understand how they've been miseducation misguided in interpreting certain things, for example, lineal have been taught. That the great recession in two thousand eight was caused by greed and the free market. And even though the reality of it is that the government created the recession because of the community reinvestment act that was started decades earlier that created the gigantic housing bubble, and that was not sustainable, it burst. And of course, the usual response was taken which was to have government out the different firms that had gone off and took these risk investments, which were essentially either mandated by the government, more incented the government, so. Realize that these kinds of? Iconic examples of allegedly the failure of free markets are fallacies and that their cynicism about political authority is even more justified. It makes a huge difference in the receptivity to the ideas. We'll come back with more with our guest, David Theroux, again, the website, independent dot org. He is the founder president and chief executive officer of the independent institute. And we're looking at a way that's new ideas and thoughts can actually be transmitted to a generation that has rejected a lot of the.

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Talk 650 KSTE

08:57 min | 2 years ago

"david theroux" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Four six two six we are talking with David Theroux. He is the founder president and chief executive officer of the independent institute. And they're willing to give it more about his approach to reaching people who have not tended to vote who have not tend to get involved to be informed. You know, I it's remarkable that the political parties don't seem to have figured this out that are educational institutions don't seem to figure this out if you're reaching these folks, and it sounds like you have the empirical evidence to indicate that you are reaching them. How come you thought of this? And nobody else did I commend you. But I find it unfortunate that nobody else is doing this. Well, there are other. I think very good programs. I'm Prager university has a great series of videos. Others group called the institute of humane. Studies has a program called learn liberty, and there are others. But the the format that they use. I e every other group is again having someone standing there telling you what's true, and that's perfectly useful. But it usually requires having an audience that already is sympathetic or it's a captive audience. And so we specifically tried to design the loved on series for people who are not sympathetic. They were simply mainstream millennials. They had short attention span. They don't trust people and so on so we had to have a way to engage them. Which is in concert with the way, they're making their choices. Otherwise, I think that once you're able to get that trust with people, then there's all sorts of opportunities, hence, the catalysts website and other things that we're doing. But you know, it's interesting that the the trend in American political culture is that people are becoming less and less trustworthy of the political elites and government to solve problems. But it is true at the same time that the appeal of politics is usually offering people something for nothing and claiming that they have the answers to these different issues like healthcare and housing or any other it crime, you name it education, and so on so what we do at independent institute is we're a free market think tank, essentially media, lots of books we have about one hundred and forty fellows. We do lots of work in the media and the books are used in colleges and other other forums and many other ways that public policy is being debated. But the love of series is. A considerable extensions of of a marketing communications program that is not dependent on the traditional media the traditional way that people get information. It's it's taking advantage of the fact that what's grown up is an alternative way people get their information. And so we're just basically plugging into that development. And so it it's a great opportunity think to to make a difference. So our our goal basically, see how far we can push. This. Can we go from ten to twenty or thirty or forty million millennials to get them engaged, and then channel them to the catalyst site, and and other projects, and I think that there's a great opportunity, especially in a moment like now because people are revving up for the midterm elections. So they're more focused on issues. And there's obviously a number of things that are. Are becoming more assertive in high relief for people? And so I think the opportunity is just continue to grow. I do think that on the other hand the. Prevalence of the Democratic Party man respects, sort of losing sight of actual ideas. Other than simply that the government take it over is on the one hand a problem in that people think, well, we'll just go completely into socialism because they're the experts and eliminate greed and so on and so forth to be fair is the view win the track record of socialism is a total devastation. And it's not just not being able to provide things like. Affordable housing and good food and employment and some sort, but you know, the twentieth century is a century of socialists experiments that resulted in the greatest human misery and the history of the world. Yeah. So I think that it's it's there's a lot of steak and Simpson the lineal are the future of the country. We think that the timing of this couldn't be better. Well, they certainly are the the future. And I think more than a few of us who are in the process, of course, of getting older retiring, indeed dying and passing the baton to this generation, and what shapes up as a very dangerous situation and a very complicated century in a very challenging century. We're not that sanguine about the prospects. Quite frankly, we we are these people ready. I don't want to overly generalize or stereotype. But but people who who are worried about safe spaces and and places like the university of of Utah. For example, the library has a cry closet. Are these people are ready for the twenty first century? Oh technologically. Maybe. But that's about the only way. I see. I I will confess that. I am highly skeptical. I certainly applaud people like you for doing this. But I hope it makes enough difference. Well, I think that's true. And you know, we we we can't be you know, have blind. Our is and and to ignore the reality of things, but the the culture of young people picking millennials in particular is not a monolith. It's a mixture of conflicting views. So for example. It turns out that most millennials according to the surveys are very pro entrepreneurship, they are very pro the idea of having their own business. They don't as I said, they don't trust the elites necessarily to tell them how to live their lives. The in other words on the one hand they've been miseducation to understand history and the nature of an economy and so forth. But on the other hand, they're intrigued by the idea of of enterprise and innovation and so we think that all those kinds of factors should be part of the communication strategy for this generation, and those questions are not that different from other people around the world who come from different cultures. How do you make the ideas of liberty relevant and compelling for people? So the the fact that millennials are receptive in the way, we're discussing, and we understand how they've been mis educated or misguided in interpreting certain things, for example, Gleneagles have been taught. That the great recession in two thousand eight was caused by greed and the free market. And even though the reality of it is that the federal government created the recession because of the community reinvestment act that was started decades earlier that crater the gigantic housing bubble, and that was not sustainable, it burst. And of course, the usual response was taken which was to have government bail out the different firms that had gone off and took these high risk investments, which were actually either mandated by the government or incentive by the government. So. Hateful realize that these kinds of. Connick examples of allegedly the failure of free markets are fallacies and that their cynicism about political authority is even more justified. It makes a huge difference in the receptivity to the.

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Talk 650 KSTE

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"david theroux" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Six six five zero five four six two six with our guest, David Theroux, founder, president chief executive officer of the independent institute and the eighteen to twenty one year old's the youngest of the of the young voters that is the group which has consistently election election out not voted. They they vote, but the the least of any any age group in the country for reasons that I've never understood I remember casting my first ballot. And I felt a a sense of empowerment tend to when I got my driver's license, which of course, is another area in which many young people can identify with with me in that regard. But it's unfortunate because this is the method by which people have an option of this country. And if you don't use that that that franchise, I if you exercise your franchise, we have trouble with nobody likes the flabby franchise. Yeah. I think I think that's true. I do think that this reflects the the cynicism and powerless nature of their outlook now, but they make themselves powerless. I know you don't you? Don't get involved in the issues, you don't register to vote vote, powerless. I know part of it also is the fact that they don't they don't have civic education. They don't have act education American history. They don't understand the world. They live in where does that go? I mean, because we're failure of the the the school system, and that's one that's another whole issue of the case registration choice and so forth, which I think is is definitely in the ascendant. But it is a reality. And so that's why we were focusing on the hook for them being the questions they were asking, and the fact that they were not willing to trust the usual suspects designed guy so to speak and the so the commanding heights of the culture, and they no longer trusted the political elites, which is sort of catching up with the rest of the country. But in their case, especially now millennials have left college and are starting careers and families, and so they have. To buckle down and figure out. How are they going to get through all of this? So they're they're, you know, they're even more interested in answers and practical way to get through this. So that was the the motivation for creating the series imprinting catalyst. And so on. So our our interest is to push this as far as we can. We were talking before about the view that many millennials are supporting socialism. And people like Bernie Sanders talk about the Nordic countries. And you're you're pointing out correctly that these countries after quite robust market based economies and to give you an idea of the percentage of ownership in this country is about seventy five percent private of the wealth. And if you compare that to say a country, like China, China is just slightly lower than the country is in and of course, is very robust economy, despite the problems with the government, so the I think the opportunities are enormous and just to give you further idea if you rank the the levels of private wealth by country. It turns out that Denmark is twelve Switzerland is for Norway as twenty third sweetness fifteenth. North Korea is at the bottom of one hundred eightieth, but the US is eighteenth. So the so the US is lower than Denmark and Sweden, which is remarkable. When you think about it? We're gonna come back into talk some more with David throw is founder president and chief.

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KTAR 92.3FM

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"david theroux" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Six six five zero five four six two six David Theroux, the founder president a chief executive officer of the independent is clearly an innovator, and you were mentioning the love of entrepreneurship that exists. Among these a good are they at it. I mean, some of them are quite good. But as a group did they know enough about business in about this this cursed, free enterprise system, and that dreaded disease known as as greed. I mean, they sound at times a little starry eyed as a group to really have attitudes that are necessary to make entrepeneurship work. Well, the BNP parabas does a global entre entrepreneur for each year, and they found that millennial entrepreneurs have launched about twice as many businesses as baby boomers. And there's still in the process of doing it. And of course, boomers are retired by and large or retiring. So I think that they're in part of this study interest in tech based businesses financial tech, Ed tech med tech. And so on so and that comes through in the love of episodes as well, by the way, one thing. I should also mention this that a lot of people who educators are up the logo series is very useful for their students. Business people use it for their their employees parents and grandparents use it young people use it with their friends and so on and the the two seasons breath security sort of a feel for them. The first season the title of it is from first date to mandate and the second season title is a crisis not to waste. So it as I said, it is humorous in yet. It really has a very clear message for people that they can get hold of and what they can do in their own lives, first of all understand the need liberty. But also what they can do now in overcoming these problems? They face what what next I gather. You're continuing these are there others that that you are contemplating. Well, the the part of the original thought was if we can build sort of a fan base for this perhaps having a regular program on on TV, or Netflix or whatever. Another part of it would be to develop a series of graphic novels using the Gulf character. There's just many things you can do in the popular culture and to make it more accessible and appealing for different kinds of of markets and audiences. And so they they find that the ideas of liberty are really enjoyable and meaningful, and so we're very grateful to Jim Jim for expressing interest in this. And we hope that your your listeners will find it a value as well. Well, I would certainly think so in particular, those who are are young, I suppose would automatically have some into the approaches that you offer a perhaps those of us who are older might point others to this. I would I be able to assume that all of the details about the love gove and the.

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"david theroux" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"david theroux" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For quite some time. Yeah, she lived out in the shed. And, she left you yes that's correct What. What what happened there she still truth. Nothing really still friends with another person she left, you for another man. Or person research and she's worse off how do? You figure that was she live in what is she? Living, if she's worse off than. You well she she's in the woods also some other guys living? In, the woods and. She's living there yeah woods living groupie she goes from guy to guy that lives? In, the woods Yeah Of woods? Livers Well this is a lot of people that live out here in Brockton In the. Woods, and everyone's they'd be surprised at some of the populous of Brockton We begin the. Woods someone you're walking around an idea run into Strother strange dudes, in the woods I wearing him knows where I am Do you worry about No Horror movie kind of things with kids coming in hassling you and. Stuff I know. There's been some slight situations but usually they they know who I am it's kinda like Big, bed John's it'll, it'll come into somebody's camp. Unless you're welcome Wow so It's interesting interesting. To me I wonder what really is the cause of you being? Out there I know you say you just don't, like people but I think it's. Something. Else On there and, I don't know what it is Made money on the house Life only You know she ended up cheating on me Just kinda through? That and? How will? It you, know what what pardon my language You? Just said You know just Start making money got rid of the housekeeper, gave her everything and, I just, said you, know Step off the, off the map I'm, good man Even the dream. Off, the grid regular kind of Henry, David Theroux yeah when I get, to my winter I've been through two thousand five. But. Then, so, every winter was, not a problem nice hey listen. I, gotta go, but. We'll we'll continue, the soon okay thank you John it's WBZ we. It's four thirty And after the news I'll tell you I'll give you the deal on how hot it's going, to, be the next couple of days on WBZ News Radio. Ten thirty CBS news update a strong earthquake struck the Indonesian tourist island of, Lombok killing at least ninety one. People, and shaking.

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02:46 min | 2 years ago

"david theroux" Discussed on WVON 1690 AM

"It's tough and then we're thinking about this over there and we don't have any time any clarity to think about goes 'cause we're just trying to we're just trying to maintain the commitments that we made we're trying to maintain the commitment we made to our physical wellbeing maintain the commitment in our relationship because our imports have a scatter completely scattered telling you inputs create outputs your mind is your most valuable asset winning gonna start guarding it when are you going to start i mean when are you going to really really step up to the plate and begin to guard your mind guarded because his will you don't have to think about those things do you get to create magnificent opportunity for yourself i'm not running around trying to figure out how to stay faithful to my wife so they're not gonna be like how do i fill up an auditorium on a friday night to watch documentary for wanda that eventually i can take people to the country i get to do things like that versus just trying to get my mind right on the phone my guy trying to talk about man why shouldn't do what i think i'm going to do i'm just saying hey man it's a science the psychology of success i love this quote by henry david thoreau appointed up so i could share with you all but here we david theroux said as a single footstep would not make a path on the earth so we'll single thought would not make a pathway in the mind to make a deep physical path we walk again in again to make a deep mental path we must think over and over the kind of thoughts we wish to dominate our lives henry david thoreau now you see why i'll walk around and in my when nothing else in my head i'm thinking things like i am great i am powerful i can do anything that i put my mind to because i'm trying to make a deep mental path by thinking the same thing over and over again to the point where it dominates my life on purpose dominates my life on purpose llanelli.

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"david theroux" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"david theroux" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"The news went out of the news pretty quick because of the reporter david farren fold i think david theroux who looked into he just started out by just looking into well from in a campaign stop shows up and says hey i'm giving this huge check to veterans right and he had this giant check you know like publishers clearinghouse or something and said my foundation is giving this thought he'd look into it he started looking into who got the money did they get the money on any start finding on nobody was getting any of this money so he's he started digging into the whole story and he started finding out all this stuff about trump foundation first of all at a campaign stop saying your phone dacian is giving money to whoever that's a legal right on the face of it because the foundation isn't used in a campaign at all so that's your legal first of all but he started finding out the money doesn't even come from trump it comes from the big donors that are backers of trump he gives out the money as if it's its own and he started looking into things like what are they really using the money for and started finding out that everything they use the money for was illegal like one of them they got just you remember hearing about this this huge portrait of trump right foundation money and then they hung it in maralago well that's trump using foundation money to do a personal purchase or a business purchase and he found out essentially it all started coming out at the foundation was just issued scam well last week the attorney general of new york coincidentally just after schneiderman is finally has to resign because of scandal that apparently trump organization knew about so here's this guy he's not prosecuting things he's gone immediately the new attorney general is is come out with a report on the trump foundation and it's criminality you know they cannot prosecute this foundation that's not what i stayed attorney general doesn't she referred it all to the federal election commission in the irs but apparently the trump foundation from the start was i create the worksheet us just simply a criminal enterprise from the beginning complete violation of all the laws related to how a charity is supposed to operate the board of directors.

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"david theroux" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"david theroux" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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