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"don net" Discussed on podnews

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07:01 min | 8 months ago

"don net" Discussed on podnews

"The latest from our daily newsletter pod. News don net research companies. Statistics has published a map of where podcasts most popular sweden ireland and brazil on the top three countries with the us on par with the uk. Canada australia and others. Podcast s. o. P. is being launched tomorrow. It's a tool to manage the workflow of each new episode released. Feel podcast and make it easier to keep. On top of shows the new york times a strange tale about ozzy media and impersonation of a youtube executive in coal with an investment bank. The company produces podcast with iheartmedia. A company called d. decks which describes itself as an international standards setting organization around data and information across the music. Industry will hold an open meeting tomorrow to discuss proposed requirements for descriptions and communications of music meta data in podcasts. It's free you to take part. If you want to hub and spoke a nonprofit podcast collective has secured a donation of one hundred thousand dollars. The collective will hire a manager with the funding in australia. The abc has temporarily removed some episodes of unravel neater in light of new information. They say the serious doubt on some of the claims made by one of the interviewees. Ricky chavez has released another series of absolutely mental. The new season costs fifteen dollars listening dog media and podcast radio of partners to broadcast shows from the podcast network. From seven o'clock tonight. The station will broadcast one decision. From the former head of 'em. I six sir. Richard deal love and emmy winning veteran journalist. Michelle kaczynski as macrumors says that. There's a new one point two five times playback. Speed control in apple podcasts. In iowa's fifteen and the ipad version has a set of keyboard shortcuts. Now the comments though on pretty a meanwhile the verdict of tech website. Bg are is. I think this terrible app is one of the worst things apple makes couch. It's time for some tech stuff. Twitter has launched crypto tipping using the lightning network the same tool used by podcasting 2.0 value value apps. The tool uses the strike. Api they say. It's rolling out on ios but strike itself which is marketed as money without borders his own available in two countries. The us and el salvador samsung has updated their rss specifications. The specification is now version two and includes a small list of supported categories subcategories won't be used by their app podcast hosting company r s dot. Com is now supporting the podcast funding tag. His tag leads podcasters at a link to support the show financially. Which appears in apps like podcast addicts pod verse podcast guru paul lp and many more hand our podcast directory to. And if you want a podcast whether is a podcast funding tag few to look at. You're listening to it. And benjamin bellamy's spoke about the podcast location tag at the netherlands. Podcast festival 2021. We linked today to his slides containing at least one photoshop of maith whose grim as it's time for booster graham corner anderson santana message every monday. I hope to read some out. That's the voice of kyle bear who is host of the intergalactic boombox podcast. And he's thrilled. That i'm using his jingle. He says thanks so much. Fees in my booster graham corner intro uruk hard. It's a crime thanks kyle i think. Five thousand sat sent using custom matic. That's good of you and you've got another fan for that jingle none other than the podfather himself adam curry who says he's boosting for the new booster graham corner. Jingle five thousand sat sent using curio caster not quite as top forty. Is this one though. Is it push to boost. Graham boost graham corner get more top forty than that. Dave jones the pod. Sage has centre long and very nice Message here your parents. On men mortals with karen was one of the most enjoyable podcast listens. I've had in a long time. I hope all of the produce listeners will check out that episode but also the other episodes of mere mortals and send kyran some boost for his great work. It was a great thing to do. I enjoyed it so thank you karen. Thank you dave. He says here's an offset for two schooners mate. Thank you very much made. Twenty one thousand one hundred and twelve sat sent using curio constant as good of you i will go and find a tinny or a stubby or some other australian words and harry duran says looking forward to our next in-person meet up Harry is host podcast junkies carry. I am so looking forward to frankly any in-person meet up right now Maybe hopefully see you. Podcast movement evolutions in march in los angeles. That's the one that. I'm hoping to be at through engine. Thirty three cents sent using found him as good of you. If you want to get a message through to. Mondays booster graham corner. Hit the boost button. Send us a message. If you don't have a boost button in your podcast app. Get a better one at new. Podcast taps dot com now. We don't normally do tips and tricks in this podcast. But you'll always find tips and tricks in the pod news newsletter or dot net is where to sign him but anyway today i've linked to a document from the uk broadcast regulator ofcom. It's research into swear words source it into mild moderate and strong and whether everyone knows what they really mean it includes almost every swearword available. It's well worth raise and it might be helpful at the very least to work out whether that podcast is deserving of the explicit tag although frankly if you're reading a list of find out the answer is probably yes and pocano news new from the wonder media network as she rises brings together poems from artists around the us and territories that depicts the effects of climate change on their home and their people foundation. 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"don net" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"don net" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"If i got two tickets tomorrow night would he go. I drove no. I think he would. You would think he would. He would not guy said if i drove. Would he go. he thought about it. I was thinking about. But you're not gonna go thinking about it for what it was. I would have to get the tickets. I which is happening these no. We're not doing that. No no no no so not to get awkward. None of you are going to the wedding. No can't a all right it's too. It's too difficult complicated. Very very complicated. Let's try who's just figured it's probably been addressed at this point right talking openly to the net game tomorrow kind kinda. You have a different thing than going to saying. You can't can't be at both so kind of right not making sense. I don't look at me. I'm saying if you're talking openly about going to the net you guys have discussed threat. I sung getting married where the wedding is time because of various reasons i get that. But i'm like what i of course. That was my point so awkward for me to bring it up. Obviously if you're talking openly about maybe going to the net game right. That's all sure what's your excuse for not going to the wedding my excuse. Well my game. No no i you never know what's private information to people so i will just say that Okay you know certain people. There were certain requirements for weddings. People by might not have met those requirements. I got that yeah. That's right around that far away. Yeah that's probably the leading factor. Yeah distance all right now. That i've made a real awkward for everybody. I'll tell you that we're brought to you by town fair tire. Nobody beats sound fair tire. Nobody yes there is. Nba break news. That and the minute because we will just get the nets game out of the way since they are actually local on. The breaking news doesn't pertains any locals. But don nets box will go the distance milwaukee winning game six last night. One zero four eighty nine. Janas and chris middleton team up for sixty eight points and twenty seven rebounds. Durant it up thirty two and eleven boards but not nearly enough this time around the rest of the team struggled shooting wise really from three point range to specific heard from pj tucker last hour on this heated on-court rivalry with durant. But i guess not. Everyone knows the story teammates. At texas tucker. New durant was going to be great before he even finished high school a longer clip here. But it illustrates the relationship pretty Perfectly i lo- garden. I enjoyed is the best score. Ever seen in my life. October barnes on his visit whereas when he's a junior high school is the best player i've ever seen in my life. He killed his like. I knew this is grade like this business. I don't understand people like that's my brother. We compete we fight every game. We're gonna fight again game seven. Hey go see. Who has the last laugh tomorrow. Night in brooklyn as they get set for this game seven. you do. Have the hawks going for the game. Six close out of the sixers tonight clippers. Try to do the same at home against the jazz as for the breaking news. Espn's asian was neurology with the details. The.

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Azure and .NET with Labrina Loving

The .NET Core Podcast

07:59 min | 1 year ago

Azure and .NET with Labrina Loving

"We're gonna be talking dot net and the cloud and a very aware as we've regarding the so we're recording this nineteen of november twenty twenty. Don't that five is not very long. It's been out for about a week or two week. Old week-old excellent. I mean the have been the they release candidates but this is like the official as he is here so i'm likely going to end because obviously because of the time cast pop machine whibley. We're recording this in advance of time. So there's likely going to be time. Tony said hey. So when dot net call superseded by don't at five so please bear that in mind everyone who's listening we're regarding this couple months ahead of time but So festival before we talk about anything right. You've set yourself you've been in this this whole this industry for for almost twenty years right to vote for me. I'm you know. That's that's i mean for anyone. That's a long time right. That's that's a whole bunch of innovation that has happened since then like twenty years ago with talking about dot net was like an intranet based technology for inside of the business and now it runs a huge portion of the web. You've got as you. all suppose azure. I'm not sure how. What the official brennan nell right or wrong way okay. So we've got as your as you that that whole thing. And that's that's running dot net presumably or you can ruin your dot net thing on it and and we've gone from like i say we've gone from small web services to scaled micro services and video games and consoles all running dot net. You can never internet on fridge which is just blows my mind. I've gotta got a bunch of raspberry pies somewhere around here that are controlling my bet soon. I just bought a house. So we're excited about you. Know making our whole house smart enabled so i'm excited to start using dot net korir on a bunch of raspberry pies and the you know controlling controlling how long my stepdaughter gets to use the internet. So it's gonna be fun. It's brilliant is one of these technologies the just scales almost everywhere. Are you talked about the raspberry. Pi oko another respite. Pi four hundreds pien inside of a keyboard Is one big folk kit. And i've been using that to do sorts of crazy don net things of the past weekend. I'm teaching roberta. Who's not a developer code with it so it was like. Hey come on what i do. And he's just just the keyboard and while he came over before they Before the unfortuna- say over in the uk. We've had like a lockdown so nobody can go anywhere and so he came over a few days before that and we couldn't get a moment times we staying here for the duration so by the time you're listening to this. Hopefully he's going home. I thought to keep me busy. Teach him to wrestle. Code is totally all right. That's that's fun but then so if we're looking at almost twenty years in the industry what a in your opinion. Some of these innovations that have really changed the game. I mean we talked about chaperone being collaborative bringing everyone together. Dot net clearly has changed a whole bunch of stuff. Is it purely a microsoft thing you thinking or is it just a his aesthetic. I think for me. I i love tech but i also love the people in tack and i think for me. What's with what i've loved. That's change is sort of how we work together. So i remember when i first started in tak started a working for this We built the first installation of of of this insurance company allstate s- Their first online web presence So we built their i kind of web application and bad took hundreds and hundreds of people and it was all these very very very siloed teams. Right there is a huge team of leg database administrators. I have no idea what they did. There is a huge infrastructure team. And i have no idea i i mean i got a chance to like talk to some of them. But there's a huge infrastructure team. There is a huge Devops will be call them the the bill guys but the cuge build than a team and there was all these teams That came together to build this amazing web application but we were all really really really siloed. I felt like and It was such a very everything was so very very very specialized whereas you flash forward today and I feel like the development team and You know infrastructure engineers and Site reliability engineers while there there's different fancy titles for everyone but that teams like shrunk significantly and and and you know we all work really really well together. it's not kind of this like staunchy kind of separation of people it's it's a much more collaborative team. We work much closer together Because i think the tools and technologies have evolved in such a way that everyone can kind of sort of work together much better. So i think that part's been super super exciting. And because of that we were able to get you know it's it's more satisfying you can see applications getting released. You know all the time. I mean you get huge. Companies like netflix. They're releasing features like every day. So it's really exciting to see the pace and end the change of how like software and how technology evolves and then. I also think Just be the the amount of information and of you know how to get Involved in tak It's come to a place where i'm excited that so many people like you're talking about your brother. You're literally decision whom how to code and so literally you know a cup. After lockdown he can apply at microsoft and get a job at burnside. Apply to microsoft. So i i love this. I love this. I love because of i came from. I originally from chicago came from you. Know modest modest family and a lot of people around me or modest living. And so i really loved that technology has started to become a equalizer providing a lot more people opportunities To be able to code be able to change and thereby getting great jobs and then they're thereby kind of really changing their lives so it's not. I love seeing really kind of technology for all encoding for all This whole push for that. That's what's really got me like super excited about this industry now.

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"don net" Discussed on Optimal Living Daily

Optimal Living Daily

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"don net" Discussed on Optimal Living Daily

"How to be patient in an impatient world part one by mark manson of mark manson don net every introductory psychology class talks about this thing called the skinner box. Sounds like something out of assam uvi. But it's actually a famous psychological methods from the golden days of research back when pregnant women still drank and torturing rats were signs was cool. A skinner box works like this. A rat or some other unsuspecting small animal is placed in this box which has a lever and a little feeding bowl. The rats sniffs around the box and not knowing what was going on on so many levels. It will eventually pushed the lever by chance. A sugary little treat is then delivered into the bowl. If you learn anything from pixar movies is that rats really love to feet. The skinner boxes no different the rats quickly figure out that pushing the lever equals getting delicious snack so they keep doing it over and over and over but then at some point of giving the rat to treat and this is off the rat. You'll hit the lever over and over and over frantically trying to get the treat it feels it desperately deserves until finally after exhausting itself it will give up and resigned itself to fate that life is the treats are everything is ally the right will then smoke cigarettes and right-back french philosophy about his terrible disappointment with its own existence. The skinner box demonstrated something fundamental and animal. Behavior is something feels good. We'll do it again and again and again and eventually grow a sense of entitlement to that pleasurable thing. We deserve to feel that pleasure. We deserve to be rewarded and when the reward is taken from us we throw a total hissy fit today. Life is full of skinner boxes. Your phone is a skinner box. Your television is a skinner box. Your wife's is a okay. I better stop there. The point is every day in the modern world. We to get little packets of pleasure delivered to us with a push of abundant and the more packets of pleasure. The more impatient we get when we don't get our desired reward. Next thing you know. Were complaining about. Dr irs taking a wrong turn and too many unwanted emails on monday morning. And what the. The pizza guy was supposed to be here. A minutes ago triggered. I think the last time was managed to shut up and be patient. I was young enough. That i pulled my pants all the way down and lifted my shirt to p parents are always wagging their finger at their children to practice patients to wait a little longer to delay gratification and focus on long-term consequences instead of short term rewards yet as adults. We celebrate impatience so busy. I don't have time for this. Everyone's doing things at the same time doing all things poorly why because he can't wait nothing can wait. We need results now. Patience is a virtue anniversary of the world is sorely lacking at the moment. Be more patient. In our daily lives can do wonders for our mental health. Our economic prosperity and can perhaps make the world seem like slightly less of a hemorrhoids riddled full versus waiting patiently. A lot people mystic patience for the ability to wait for something but this isn't quite true. Patience isn't simply being able to wait for a reward is our attitude towards waiting. For example i might be able to wait for the pizza or an hour and a half ago but i can do so in one of two ways number one patiently calmly working on this draft reading a book and just enjoying my time alone before my large jalapeno pepperoni pie with extra garlic sauce. Arise or number two impatiently piecing around my apartment calling the restaurants again and chewing on my t shirt to soothe my hunger pangs. Obviously one of these options is better than the other better for me. Better for the delivery guy better for my t shirt but the evidence suggests that were becoming worse at this. Were becoming more impatient you see. Modern society has become. Its own slightly more complicated skinner box. Instead of levers we push buttons some real many virtual others imagined and instead of those buttons delivering sugary pellets. With which to stuff are gullit's deliver endless streaming entertainment options digital proxies for social interaction. Same day shipping on yet. Another new bedroom sets oh and sugary over stimulating tasty food for repair just gullit's and has all literally at our fingertips twenty four seven in the name of convenience. The market continues to promise a world where we no longer have to. We patiently that whatever we want we should have it as quickly as possible. These services and devices than act on us as our own little virtual skinner box making us less patient and more irritable. When things don't quite go our way hashtag first world problems.

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How to Be Patient in an Impatient World by Mark Manson

Optimal Living Daily

05:13 min | 1 year ago

How to Be Patient in an Impatient World by Mark Manson

"How to be patient in an impatient world part one by mark manson of mark manson don net every introductory psychology class talks about this thing called the skinner box. Sounds like something out of assam uvi. But it's actually a famous psychological methods from the golden days of research back when pregnant women still drank and torturing rats were signs was cool. A skinner box works like this. A rat or some other unsuspecting small animal is placed in this box which has a lever and a little feeding bowl. The rats sniffs around the box and not knowing what was going on on so many levels. It will eventually pushed the lever by chance. A sugary little treat is then delivered into the bowl. If you learn anything from pixar movies is that rats really love to feet. The skinner boxes no different the rats quickly figure out that pushing the lever equals getting delicious snack so they keep doing it over and over and over but then at some point of giving the rat to treat and this is off the rat. You'll hit the lever over and over and over frantically trying to get the treat it feels it desperately deserves until finally after exhausting itself it will give up and resigned itself to fate that life is the treats are everything is ally the right will then smoke cigarettes and right-back french philosophy about his terrible disappointment with its own existence. The skinner box demonstrated something fundamental and animal. Behavior is something feels good. We'll do it again and again and again and eventually grow a sense of entitlement to that pleasurable thing. We deserve to feel that pleasure. We deserve to be rewarded and when the reward is taken from us we throw a total hissy fit today. Life is full of skinner boxes. Your phone is a skinner box. Your television is a skinner box. Your wife's is a okay. I better stop there. The point is every day in the modern world. We to get little packets of pleasure delivered to us with a push of abundant and the more packets of pleasure. The more impatient we get when we don't get our desired reward. Next thing you know. Were complaining about. Dr irs taking a wrong turn and too many unwanted emails on monday morning. And what the. The pizza guy was supposed to be here. A minutes ago triggered. I think the last time was managed to shut up and be patient. I was young enough. That i pulled my pants all the way down and lifted my shirt to p parents are always wagging their finger at their children to practice patients to wait a little longer to delay gratification and focus on long-term consequences instead of short term rewards yet as adults. We celebrate impatience so busy. I don't have time for this. Everyone's doing things at the same time doing all things poorly why because he can't wait nothing can wait. We need results now. Patience is a virtue anniversary of the world is sorely lacking at the moment. Be more patient. In our daily lives can do wonders for our mental health. Our economic prosperity and can perhaps make the world seem like slightly less of a hemorrhoids riddled full versus waiting patiently. A lot people mystic patience for the ability to wait for something but this isn't quite true. Patience isn't simply being able to wait for a reward is our attitude towards waiting. For example i might be able to wait for the pizza or an hour and a half ago but i can do so in one of two ways number one patiently calmly working on this draft reading a book and just enjoying my time alone before my large jalapeno pepperoni pie with extra garlic sauce. Arise or number two impatiently piecing around my apartment calling the restaurants again and chewing on my t shirt to soothe my hunger pangs. Obviously one of these options is better than the other better for me. Better for the delivery guy better for my t shirt but the evidence suggests that were becoming worse at this. Were becoming more impatient you see. Modern society has become. Its own slightly more complicated skinner box. Instead of levers we push buttons some real many virtual others imagined and instead of those buttons delivering sugary pellets. With which to stuff are gullit's deliver endless streaming entertainment options digital proxies for social interaction. Same day shipping on yet. Another new bedroom sets oh and sugary over stimulating tasty food for repair just gullit's and has all literally at our fingertips twenty four seven in the name of convenience. The market continues to promise a world where we no longer have to. We patiently that whatever we want we should have it as quickly as possible. These services and devices than act on us as our own little virtual skinner box making us less patient and more irritable. When things don't quite go our way hashtag first world problems.

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"don net" Discussed on Optimal Living Daily

Optimal Living Daily

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"don net" Discussed on Optimal Living Daily

"Why the best things in life are all backwards partout by mark, , Manson, , of Mark. Manson . Don net. . There's another curve one that you've probably never seen or heard of before this largely because I make a lot of it up that steep inverted Kerr. . The inverted curve is the bizarro twilight zone curve where effort and reward have a negative correlation that is the more effort put into doing something the more you will fail to do it. . Drown proofing exists on inverted curve the more you put into rising to the surface the more likely you'll be to fail at it. . Similarly, , the more you want to breathe the more likely you are to choke on a bunch of chlorinated water. . But I know what you're thinking. . So what Mark I've usually had too many Pinochle Ladas to even find the deep end of the pool much less buying my arms and legs and try to survive in it. . Who gives it about inverted curves. . Is. . True. . Few things in life functional an inverted curve but the few things that do are extremely important. . In fact, , I will argue that the most important experiences and goals in life all exist on an inverted curve. . Effort and reward have a linear relationship when the action is mindless and simple effort and reward of a diminishing returns relationship when the action is complex and multi variant. . On the action becomes purely psychological and experience that exists solely within our own consciousness the relationship between effort and reward becomes inverted. . Pursuing happiness takes further away from it attempts at greater emotional control only remove us from it. . The desire for greater freedom is often what causes us to feel trapped the need to be loved and accepted prevents us from loving and accepting ourselves. . All this Oxley once wrote quote the harder we try with a conscious will do something the less we shall succeed proficiency and results come only to those who have learned the paradoxical art of doing and not doing or combining relaxation with activity and quote. . The most fundamental components of our psychology are paradoxical does is because when we consciously try to create a state of mind, , the desire for that state of mind creates different and often opposite state of mind from the one we're trying to create this is the backwards law explained in chapter one of the subtle art of giving. . Desiring a positive experience is itself a negative experience? ? Accepting a native experience is a positive experience. . But this extends to most if not all aspects of our mental health and relationships. . Number one control the more we strive to control our own feelings impulses the more powerless we will feel army national life is unruly enough uncontrollable, , and it's the desire to control. . That makes it worse. . Conversely, , the more we accept our feelings and impulses, , the more were able to direct them and process them. . Number two freedom. . The constant desire for more freedom ironically limits us in a number of ways. . Similarly, , it's by limiting ourselves by choosing committing to certain things in life that we truly exercise our freedom. . Number three happiness trying to be happy makes us less happy. . Accepting unhappiness makes us. . Happy. . Number four security trying to make ourselves feel as secure as possible generates more insecurity being comfortable with uncertainty is what allows us to feel secure Number five love. . The more we try to make others love and accept us the less they will and more importantly the less we will love and accept ourselves. . Number six respect the more we demand respect from others the last they will respect us the more we ourselves respect others the more they will come to respect us. . Number seven trust the more we try to make people trust US less inclined they will be to do so the more we trust others the more they will trust us in return. . Number eight confidence the more we try to feel confident the more insecurity in Zion. . We will create the more we accept our faults the more comfortable we will feel in our own skin. . Number nine change the more we desperately want to change ourselves the more we will always feel as though we are not not whereas the more we accept ourselves the more we will grow and evolve. . Will be too busy actually doing cool to notice. . Number ten meaning the Mauri pursue a deeper meaning or purpose lives. . The more self obsessed shallow. . We will become the more we try to add meaning to others lives the more profound impact we will feel. . These internal set logical experiences exist on an inverted curve because they are both the cause and the effect of the same thing our minds. . When he desire happiness, , your mind is simultaneously the thing that desiring and the target of its own desires. . When it comes to these lofty abstract existential goals. . Our minds are like a dog who after a lifetime successfully chasing and catching various small creatures has turned into cited to exact same strategy on its own tail to the dog. . This logical after all chasing his led her to catch everything else in her dog you life why not her tail to? ? But a dog can never catch her own tail more. . She chases the more her tail seems to run away as because the dog lacks the perspective to realize that she in the tail of the exact same thing. . The goal is to take your mind a wonderful thing that has spent his life learning and chase various creatures and teach it to stop chasing its own tail to stop chasing meaning and freedom and happiness because those only served to move it further away from itself to teach it to achieve what it desires by giving up what it desires to show it, , how the only way to reach the surface is by letting itself sank. . And how do we do this? ? By letting go by giving up by rendering. . Not, , a weakness but out of respect that the world is beyond our grasp, , a recognizing that we are fragile and limited and but temporary specs in the infinite reaches of time. . You do it by relinquishing control not because you feel powerless but because you are powerful because he decided to let go of things that are beyond your control, , you decide to accept that sometimes people won't like you that often you will fail they. Usually . you have no think Lou, , while you're doing. . You lean into fear and uncertainty, , and just when you think you're going to drown just as he reached the bottom, , it will launch you back to your salvation. .

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Why the Best Things in Life Are All Backwards by Mark Manson

Optimal Living Daily

06:41 min | 1 year ago

Why the Best Things in Life Are All Backwards by Mark Manson

"Why the best things in life are all backwards partout by mark, Manson, of Mark. Manson Don net. There's another curve one that you've probably never seen or heard of before this largely because I make a lot of it up that steep inverted Kerr. The inverted curve is the bizarro twilight zone curve where effort and reward have a negative correlation that is the more effort put into doing something the more you will fail to do it. Drown proofing exists on inverted curve the more you put into rising to the surface the more likely you'll be to fail at it. Similarly, the more you want to breathe the more likely you are to choke on a bunch of chlorinated water. But I know what you're thinking. So what Mark I've usually had too many Pinochle Ladas to even find the deep end of the pool much less buying my arms and legs and try to survive in it. Who gives it about inverted curves. Is. True. Few things in life functional an inverted curve but the few things that do are extremely important. In fact, I will argue that the most important experiences and goals in life all exist on an inverted curve. Effort and reward have a linear relationship when the action is mindless and simple effort and reward of a diminishing returns relationship when the action is complex and multi variant. On the action becomes purely psychological and experience that exists solely within our own consciousness the relationship between effort and reward becomes inverted. Pursuing happiness takes further away from it attempts at greater emotional control only remove us from it. The desire for greater freedom is often what causes us to feel trapped the need to be loved and accepted prevents us from loving and accepting ourselves. All this Oxley once wrote quote the harder we try with a conscious will do something the less we shall succeed proficiency and results come only to those who have learned the paradoxical art of doing and not doing or combining relaxation with activity and quote. The most fundamental components of our psychology are paradoxical does is because when we consciously try to create a state of mind, the desire for that state of mind creates different and often opposite state of mind from the one we're trying to create this is the backwards law explained in chapter one of the subtle art of giving. Desiring a positive experience is itself a negative experience? Accepting a native experience is a positive experience. But this extends to most if not all aspects of our mental health and relationships. Number one control the more we strive to control our own feelings impulses the more powerless we will feel army national life is unruly enough uncontrollable, and it's the desire to control. That makes it worse. Conversely, the more we accept our feelings and impulses, the more were able to direct them and process them. Number two freedom. The constant desire for more freedom ironically limits us in a number of ways. Similarly, it's by limiting ourselves by choosing committing to certain things in life that we truly exercise our freedom. Number three happiness trying to be happy makes us less happy. Accepting unhappiness makes us. Happy. Number four security trying to make ourselves feel as secure as possible generates more insecurity being comfortable with uncertainty is what allows us to feel secure Number five love. The more we try to make others love and accept us the less they will and more importantly the less we will love and accept ourselves. Number six respect the more we demand respect from others the last they will respect us the more we ourselves respect others the more they will come to respect us. Number seven trust the more we try to make people trust US less inclined they will be to do so the more we trust others the more they will trust us in return. Number eight confidence the more we try to feel confident the more insecurity in Zion. We will create the more we accept our faults the more comfortable we will feel in our own skin. Number nine change the more we desperately want to change ourselves the more we will always feel as though we are not not whereas the more we accept ourselves the more we will grow and evolve. Will be too busy actually doing cool to notice. Number ten meaning the Mauri pursue a deeper meaning or purpose lives. The more self obsessed shallow. We will become the more we try to add meaning to others lives the more profound impact we will feel. These internal set logical experiences exist on an inverted curve because they are both the cause and the effect of the same thing our minds. When he desire happiness, your mind is simultaneously the thing that desiring and the target of its own desires. When it comes to these lofty abstract existential goals. Our minds are like a dog who after a lifetime successfully chasing and catching various small creatures has turned into cited to exact same strategy on its own tail to the dog. This logical after all chasing his led her to catch everything else in her dog you life why not her tail to? But a dog can never catch her own tail more. She chases the more her tail seems to run away as because the dog lacks the perspective to realize that she in the tail of the exact same thing. The goal is to take your mind a wonderful thing that has spent his life learning and chase various creatures and teach it to stop chasing its own tail to stop chasing meaning and freedom and happiness because those only served to move it further away from itself to teach it to achieve what it desires by giving up what it desires to show it, how the only way to reach the surface is by letting itself sank. And how do we do this? By letting go by giving up by rendering. Not, a weakness but out of respect that the world is beyond our grasp, a recognizing that we are fragile and limited and but temporary specs in the infinite reaches of time. You do it by relinquishing control not because you feel powerless but because you are powerful because he decided to let go of things that are beyond your control, you decide to accept that sometimes people won't like you that often you will fail they. Usually you have no think Lou, while you're doing. You lean into fear and uncertainty, and just when you think you're going to drown just as he reached the bottom, it will launch you back to your salvation.

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"don net" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"don net" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Best racing dot net. And I say that because their site is tremendous. Been a fan of their site I've been featured on their site. Love thoroughbred racing. We still own horses. Fact out of conference called My Guy Jason lit yesterday. And it is And believe it or not. Jungle racing has a stallion along with a number of other partners, and the stallion is straight fire. You remember that horse straight? Farrah was named and inspired. Hi, Mike Tomlin. Jamie Roth and I came up without you. So straight far Get off like this Amazing start to his career, He broke his maid to Delmar by 10.5 10.5 lengths We thought we literally had a Kentucky Derby horse. He was that good. And then he ran really hot, quickly was injured retired. We turned him into a stallion, where he was quote standing here in California, and we've got some babies and we'll see how that goes. So that was very cool resembling that up. America's best racing Don net is sponsoring this segment. And here comes there, Billboard. That caller who claims that he's born and bred for success and achievement. Jim guys. Nick in Green Bay. That guy who congratulates the host for an interview that never took place. Joleen in Farmington. The world has enough Dingle bombs. So America's best racing dot net. Made a freaking Kentucky Derby cheat sheet to create more winners. Clones be a winner visit America's best racing dot net. Oh man, James Kelly. Oh, man, James Kelly Love straight fire. Quote Best horse ever. Big head. Let me ask you something. Best horse ever or best horse name ever. You tell me straight fire was that was the best horse ever. He was great. He was amazing. In fact, we've got so we have a straight fire yearling. Which means we have a one year old baby. A straight fire, baby. You're not saying that he was a better horse and shared belief, are you I mean, straight fire was amazing. Not better than the big horse. Jeremy and Green Bay tweets. Matt was on brand. He's good for about 20 Seconds of fun, signed the women of Vancouver. All right, So it's been a wacky Friday like I've got lots of straight sports takes, but because he's been a wacky Friday, you tell me. What do you want? Do you want a straight take from me on Patrick? Beverly, You want straight take from me on Clayton Kershaw. Do you want to straight take from me on saving Clowney and what he would mean. And James Kelly, fight the Good fight, dude. You literally telling me you think straight fire was better than shared belief. I can't believe you've never gone there with me. Wow. That is incredible. You and I'll pick that up later on bighead. That's what you want. You want one? Do you want a straight sports takes about five of them? You want to go wacky on Friday? It is Friday. It's along week. We're heading into the holiday for the screw it. You know what? Let's go with the immortal Brian Wilson. Another jungle favorite is he used to say, Let's get weird. Let's get weird. Let's get weird. Let's get weird. The only hard part about getting weird on a Friday is figuring out exactly where to start. So I'm gonna keep it local. I'm going to kick it off right here in Los Angeles. There is no good way to set this first story up. So I'm going to let CNN set it up for me. We just pass that guy. You heard it correctly on American Airlines pilot reporting that he saw someone flying next to his plane and a jetpack is he approached Ella Act Sunday night around 6 30. Maybe 300 years or so that American Airlines pilot wasn't the only one who apparently saw the high flying daredevil. The control tower, then alerted other pilots to the potential danger of 23. Personally get packed, reported 300 yards south of the final at about 3010 Mile final. I'm in. Why the f not It's 2020, after all, Why the F not? I can't believe we made it all the way to September without some psychopath joyriding in a highly restricted airspace near commercial airliners. Let's say that's the most insane story that I've heard from the sky this year. But let's not forget that the U. S government did confirm that Tom DeLong's UFO videos were really Back in April. I mean, this is some grand theft Auto Five B s right there. A dude on a jetpack flying around l A X And getting away with it. Did he have the cheat code to get his wanted level down? Imagine being a pilot who's made hundreds of flights before, if not thousands. And looking out the cockpit window and seeing some weirdo with a death wish cruising right next to you with a lawnmower engine strapped to his back pack. Could you imagine how freaky that would be? And who the hell would do this? That's the real question. First off. If you're going to take flight with a jetpack, why would you do it? Near the one place where you might actually get t boned? By something else in the air. Was this guy like trying to radio in To the control tower Permission to land. Instead of that 7 47. This guy must be like, Hey, I got an idea. Think what I want to do today is get out. Get a little air literally got to get out this quarantine. I think I'll fly around today and I think I'll do it right near the busiest international airport in the world. Because Because why I'll just fly my jet pack. Why fly my jet pack when I could just turn this into a real life. Three d game of sky Frogger would do that. There's a lot of eccentric billionaires in L. A. The obvious gas would be Elon musk. He's got the money. He's got the ego. He's got the tech to.

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"don net" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"don net" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"So straight fire. Get off like this Amazing. Started his career. He broke his maid to Delmar by 10.5 10.5 lengths We thought we literally had a Kentucky Derby horse. He was that good. And then he ran really hot, quickly was injured retired. We turned him into a stallion, where he was quote standing here in California, and we've got some babies and we'll see how that goes. So that was very cool resembling that up. America's best racing Don net is sponsoring this segment. And here comes there, Billboard. That caller who claims that he's born and bred for success and achievement. Jim guys. Nick in Green Bay. That guy who congratulates the host for an interview that never took place. Joleen in Farmington. The world has enough Dingle bombs. So America's best racing dot net. Made a freaking Kentucky Derby cheat sheet to create more winners. Clones be a winner visit America's best racing dot net. My man, James Kelly. Oh, man, James Kelly Love straight fire. Quote. Best horse ever Big head. Let me ask you something. Best horse ever or best horse name ever. You tell me straight fire was that was the best horse ever..

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"don net" Discussed on MT. ROCKMORE – THE BOWER SHOW

MT. ROCKMORE – THE BOWER SHOW

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"don net" Discussed on MT. ROCKMORE – THE BOWER SHOW

"If you're just joining us we are covering a developing story we go back now to southern. California where a vh one bus craft just a short while ago spilling more than two thousand pounds of slut on interstate. Five near Palmdale. The bus was transporting contestants for the new. Vh1 reality series the road in Knoxville in which eighteen scantily clad young women vie for the heart. A divorce stuntman. Johnny Knoxville officials. There are struggling to control the spread. Slut which is already polluted the roadway skirting now down a hillside into residential areas. Let's go live to onion news. Networks Brian. Scott who's live on the scene Brian? What's exactly going on up there? Well it's just horrible on the highway not proceed to begin with but now it's covered in all of this orange skin slut. I've only been here in our already. Seen four three kisses and six tattoos with misspellings and down when the stench into Tequila mixed together is pretty difficult to stomach. Sounds like quite a brain? I understand that the sleds had been loaded onto the bus in Huntington beach early. This morning is that right. Being Transported Nate Wednesday wearing rock climbing on test. Their to girl and girl painful acts when the crash occurred been speculation in fact the accident was actually caused by some slightly into the front cab on the vehicle and getting on the drive and see how the local fire department is just not equipped to handle something. This toxic album is that we're very close to the San Gabriel River and officials are concerned. The sluts might go skinny dipping in it or think it's hot tub and make out and we should say to the crews. They're doing their best. They're just trying to keep these slumps to with impromptu strip off and shooter contests in the Ditch. Find Lily just got. Vh1 issued a statement. It's on their website. It says they are fully committed to the safe handling of sludge. Epa has urged VH1 scraps more diluted form slot. Then this highly concentrated slut they use now. Y'All sounds sounds like good step but I don't think each one's GonNa go for that. Brian stay safe out there. And don't fuck any of those slots fish is clearly clearly metro sexual moment moment in history celebrated for his Pirozzi and battle. Crazy horse was recognized. The LAKOTA Indians is a visionary leader in eighteen seventy six. Us war department ordered all LAKOTA onto reservation and crazy horse. He didn't say let's share. Let's hold hands and Sing Kumbaya. He became a leader of the resistance. Furthermore he wrote in a battle on an angry Steve Pandy Automobile. Vw Bug peaky. Cruiser crazy horse famously. Said my lands are where my dead lie buried? A famous metro sexual wants said my lands are where my Prada loafers await purchase. If around today crazy horse kicked. That guy's ass has been Lee camp for more funny crap checkout Lee Camp Don Net and shark baby dot com down. Now what do you think about that? Buckhead welcome back to the Mount. Rushmore pod gas. If what we're doing here is bringing back some happy party. Time memories from you. Please check out our website. The bowers show DOT COM and follow us on twitter. Give us a rating. Give us a review. One to five stars on active one-star if you thought Madonna was the greatest thing since George. Michael's beer literally and figuratively and five stars. If this podcast brings back a fantastic memory faint as it may be and yes you did do that in the parking lot before that coliseum tour. It's time here. Mount Rushmore for our second song being pounded into the mountainside of nineteen eighty three. This appears as the second track of their first EP. It's also considered to be the band's first big hit now that banded weird thing in the MTV age the music video for this song was most likely shot after the release of their first full length album after they became popular featured scenes from videos from that album like it had clips from round and round wanted man back for more all of them off of their out of the cellar album which came after their ep but when they filmed the video for this song. They had several cameos. From guys like Ozzie. Osbourne Nicki six. And Tommy Lee from Motley crue song number two on the Mount Rushmore of nineteen eighty. Three hair metal songs is rack. You think you're tough.

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"don net" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"don net" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

"Well Hey folks and welcome to the Corey Dr Podcast. I'm recording this little earlier this week. Sunday on normally. I record on Monday this Monday. I'M GONNA be on an airplane full of Corona virus flying to some appointments and then to colonial British Columbia for marks the V. The first time I've ever been to the interior BC. And I'm coming in for an event at the library that celebrates my book radicalized. Which is one of the finalists for the candidate. Wreath Prize. That's Canada's National Book Award if you're in the interior of BC or you know Fernie Alberta. I see you there and you feel like making Schlep. I would love to see you more than half. The tickets are gone. Sue. Got a few days to RSVP. You can find that by googling colona doctor or by going to any of my websites one of the websites you might go to is pluralistic dot net. This is my new blog. It is a daily roundup of all the links that I think are worth looking out with some commentary. There's no ads. There's no trackers data collection of any kind. This turns out to be a very difficult thing to configure on wordpress. So if you figure out a way in which data might be being collected. Please let me know and I'll nuke it. It's also available as a daily newsletter which I call the pluralist. Ha ha ha. You can subscribe to that from the top of pluralistic dot net like pluralistic dot net. The pluralist has no trackers. It has no opening tracking. It has no html. So nowhere to hide any tracking. I do have one emoji every day and I rotate. You can email me. If you'd like to suggest the days Emoji I would love to get your input. Thus far my emojis have been picked by my small child. Posey Taylor doctor who is now twelve. She's also the star in a roundabout way of my first ever picture book. Posey the monster slayer which is this coming July July the fourteenth. It's a story about a young girl who to go to bed because it's ever so much more fun to tear apart her girly toys. Turn them into monster slang weapons and hunt monsters all night long to the great disappointment and rage of her parents. It's good bedtime story kind of book. It's very fun and I wrote it for the kind of monster kid that I was. If you've got a monster like that in your life you can pre-order it again if you go to realistic Don Net. You'll find links on everyday's post. You can also come or preorder on July the eleventh to dark delicacies bookstore. Posey and I will be doing a joint event and signing there that's ahead of the publication date so if you preorder from them we will sign the book and they'll put it in the mail and mail it to the kid in your life to arrive in time for the actual release date with a signature from both me and Posey and this is likely your only chance to get both of us to sign it so. Please check out dark delicacies on July the eleventh the other Book News. That's coming up while I mentioned that there is a new edition of little brother and homeland coming at the summer and omnibus edition with new cover from well stale He's the genius. Who did the cover for walkaway radicalized and reissues of my adult novels? He's done a cover for this. Omnibus and it features an introduction by a very very special guest star who? I'm very close to being able to name. It is maybe the most exciting introduction I've ever had and I've had introductions from John Perry Barlow and Tim O'Reilly and Neil Gaiman and this one has me even more excited than those and that reissue is in service to the release of the third little brother Book. It's a book called attack surface and it comes out on October. Twenty twenty. And I'll be touring in in the US the UK. Canada and Still teeing up German tour but probably some appearances in Germany as well. That's out on October. The Twelfth Twenty. Twenty so today. I'm going to read you a blast from the past back in twenty seventeen just before my book. Walkaway came out. I wrote an essay for wired magazine called disasters. Don't have to end dystopia 's and it's an essay about one of the major themes in that book. The idea that when crisis hits we tend to pull together but are storytellers. Tell us that we tend to fall apart and trying to explore what that got means where come from and what we need to do about it. This is a pretty on point essay given the current corona virus panic and also very relevant to the book. I'm working on now. Which is called the lost cause and it's a book about Truth and reconciliation after a successful green new deal actually writing a couple of short stories set in that world so this is all very much on my mind right now anyway without further ado going to read to you from the April fifth 2017 issue of wired DOT COM my essay disasters don't have to end in Dystopia.

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"don net" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"don net" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The inlet and and he's brought you to this time he's giving you'll till murder and I just like the last time you drove out in this way is stormy dismal dangerous driving faster than you should as to the bridge Tom watch out don net when she wanted for a K. it's all the rage the next morning a man staggered into the sheriff's office in Marblehead the claim the twenty five thousand dollars he was battered and bleeding thanks to the skin when he was alive and able to take the money and go home to his wife and and Tom Barlow was able to jump clear of his car that crashed to the demolished he came back to the sheriff's office just because he wanted to make sure and he was considerably surprised when they didn't show up he found out later why because when they pull his wrecked taxi out of the in that under Guilford bridge they found the body close by in the debris choked water banned by then bilo driving the other way in the early dawn the claim the money and complete his revenge I hadn't seen that the bridge was down either until it was too late.

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"don net" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

06:14 min | 2 years ago

"don net" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"A dollar car rental studios it's that is the it probably means this is an everyday millioner theme hour we're gonna take calls only from people who have a net worth of a million dollars or greater personality number one bestselling author of the book every day millionaires Chris Hogan joins me to talk to these folks show Chris when I'm not here to you all do the intro absolutely we do so you say like one that is done co Sir absolutely right off your home intro there's no way I'm touching that was this sacred grounds iconic statement and I'm not allowed so what do you say we I'm here no I actually have a bone until you got your own I have my own and I tell them I used to say that I'm filling in for the big man in the big chair no but now I tell people you listen to the Dave Ramsey show I'm Chris Hogan filling in for days at a move on that's better than big in big what I thank you for that yes yes don't even talk to my wife to be not at all making fun of my my chocolate chip cookie have that that's what we do on on this and gonna take calls from those of you that have a million dollar net worth or greater because we want to learn how real millionaires became zapped and don net worth is defined Krish as taking what you only minus what you owe and it's real simple and once you walk through that you look at it in again but what you own but your heart cars your vehicles your bank accounts for one case for three bees subtract out anything you hold on and if that number is a million dollars more congratulations you're an everyday million L. there you go took a call in another hour before you got in here from a guy worth one point seven million should work a lot of sixty hour weeks and he was trying to get like a motion we comfortable with blowing fifteen thousand dollars kind of a million seven on home just enough an item I mean just a luxury item right but it's hard to do that it's hard once you've worked which of live like no one else later you can live in give like no one else sometimes hard to let go and so that's one thing she's guys the that started with nothing suffer from now if you actually inherited your money that's fine we won't hear from me I don't care how you got the million dollar maybe with a lottery maybe you I took the company public or something or something like that we don't get many of those but I would love to talk to you we have talked to a few handful that inherited it but you don't they in in in every case they honor their parents now as to how they did it you don't have to be able to hand it to and so they were second Gen money in most cases but the this mythology that everyone here it's their money we have found to be not only with our research but just on this million everyday millioner our we just found it to be a complete and utter why yeah it really is Dave and I think it's easy for people to look at someone that has worked hard over time and built wealth to just rationalize and say well they must have just had it handed to them because then you can say well no one's given it to me and so we don't bump that myth we did the largest study that's ever been done we talked over ten thousand millionaires all across the country and it's just not true seventy nine percent of the millionaires didn't inherit a dime nothing and what that means America is that you have an opportunity to be able to build wealth yourself we have to stop making excuses and really get to work you know I think that's why people get mad about this message and give you as much hate mail on it is if it is true that ninety percent seventy nine got nothing in ninety percent did not get enough for it to become a millionaire in other words they became millionaires on their own starting from nothing basically if that is true then that means if you haven't done that it's your fault yeah and that makes people mad because you don't like they don't like to be told it's my fault that I haven't worn thin so they they it's healthy though to be told that because it makes you change they give you a chance to change what you're doing and go win you know and that that's the beauty of this art let's start with Russell Russians and Florida Russia what is your net worth one point six good for you well done and break that down for me what's the mix on that about nine hundred in cash who'd been rated by in your house on two fifteen mutual funds one twenty and author is fifty five twenty nine and two sixteen our current house which he paid off way to go excellent how old are you thirty four thirty five this year goodness early so how much of this did you inherit nine zero nine here a good work ethic my mother but that's about it so what has been your income Sir you've killed it by thirty four world time a little bit out on the edge there because I actually sold the company recently okay so you built a company that sold it is where this came from correct most of it correct okay now do all my way way before then my goal was to be a millionaire status by forty five then you be with that so okay so what has been your range of income in your working lifetime them we have the ten forty one first out of college in two hundred in two hundred okay so that you built a company doing what during dinner okay not permanently so the technology company okay and then you sold it for obviously make a million plus dollars yes okay when you come home and congradulations so what's the next adventure the question so giving this time the next big thing the part of the deal fell on the company that the work a little bit on to get to close it out the one that's done traveling giving that's my plan for me my family everything had a daughter this year that's fine okay good for you what your degree in software enginer local dealer financial systems I hope so okay and your GPA three point nine good for you okay cool yeah Russell did you have you ever worked with an investment professional I have met some but I always say my second life 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"don net" Discussed on Optimal Living Daily

Optimal Living Daily

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"don net" Discussed on Optimal Living Daily

"This is optimal living daily episode thirteen seventy two how to deal with major disruptions to your routine by Leo about a Zan Habits Don Net and I'm just a Malik like happy Friday. Welcome back to optimal living daily or the O. L. D. podcast. The premise is simple here. I get permission from authors to read you the best stuff I can find covering covering self-help minimalism and more before we get to it investing can be hard and confusing especially with ticker symbols and charts flying back and forth on business channels like is the runway at lax why should something so important to your family's future be left up to the talking heads on CNBC mentor the Motley fool they give you straight talk doc without the fancy jargon and noise. You're used to their flagship. Service Stock Advisor gives you two brand new stock recommendations every month with daily analysis and coverage coming directly to your inbox daily. So what are you waiting for go to. WWW DOT fhu dot com slash optimal living daily to learn more and Cleveland exclusive discount only for listeners and have that link in this episode description for Al's get right to it and start optimizing your life Sir Sir how to deal with major disruptions to your routine by Leo Buddha Zen habits dot net. We've we've all gone through times where major changes come along to disrupt our routines. The birth of a child the death of a loved one having to move getting sick Kerr injured losing her changing jobs and so on it throws us out of whack our goals get disrupted whether their fitness goals or career goals or any any other personal development routines and getting back on track and be very difficult with these disruptions. How do you deal with them. Recently reader John Payback's quote. I tried to follow.

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"don net" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"don net" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Is sponsored by unbound dot org. Right now, there are young people across the world facing a tough choice, continue their dream of education or drop out to help their family put food on the table, you can help change their future in a single. Moment. See how far your support can go at unbound dot org. Sports. I wanted I found the right luxury car at a great price. The pre-owned truckin SUV selection was, like, we're is the place. Choose from hundreds and hundreds of premium cars, trucks, and SUV's prostrate at it gets even better. Lifetime warranty lifetime roadside assistance, a few pretty good knowing the lifetime warranty. Don net to find your vehicle card for leftovers with eight six seven two two seven to one for details. Hi denise. Some homers really cool set for the home, along with our home automation offerings. We now offer window shades by hunter. Douglas, imagine your window treatments automatically adjusting throughout the day decrease. The perfect ambience of privacy, along with energy efficiency in your home hundred Douglas office Araya fabrics textures in colors to make your home more beautiful ask about our special introductory promotions, and I'll be made in the US homers. We'll make your homework better for you. The temperature in moisture extremes of the recent years of place your trees, under a significant amount of stress. This stress can cause your trees to have a greater risk of serious health problems. I'm Joan warriors board certified master are with the Bartlett tree expert company Bartlett can address these stresses and get your trees back on the road to health and vigor. Call Bartlett today in San Antonio, and San Marcus hates seven seven Bartlett. That's eight seven seven Bartlett or visit us at Bartlett dot com. All day today. Saturday nineteen ninety eight twenty nineteen just nineteen ninety eight this is Vic Vaughn, owner new Broncos the semi to our summer sale is on nineteen nine eight over one hundred roads with big summer savings at Nissan. A new Broncos ins Monday night, Nissan, a new braunfels dot com. Thirty one ninety one call us to ten to seven seven five thousand pre-owned excludes tax cutter, registration one fifty expires month. Now back to crate outdoors on NewsRadio twelve hundred w o a story. Said..

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"don net" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:26 min | 3 years ago

"don net" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Dreamy? Say you love me. And you. Out of say. That one goes out to the moms who Oh. have had the backs of their sons and daughters all along stand by me and John Lennon's terrific nineteen seventy five record of it. The song book Don. at ninety three point nine FM WNYC with Paul Cavalcanti, Live and me. I been veering away on this mother's day from, you know, going back to well, maybe some of the more cornball kind of mothers songs, but there's there's one that I wanna play because Harris. after all when the Johnny Otis show gives it All. the treatment with Marie Adams, belting it out in our NBC style. You got something off the beaten track. Don net. One trae. Do you don't care. Just chain. Mood. Oh. And listened to. Where's that? I never. Oh that. I agree. You say you love me. Oh. But. Yeah. I of say. Oh. No. Me. Above. Then not some. Three. One. That. But just. The move. Well. Oh. Bliss. With that. Never. Hans me. Country. That dream. All. And I think in my. The smoke from my cigarette klivans through the..

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"don net" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"don net" Discussed on KCRW

"It Sunday influencing Peter square. Mexican nun sister CBO Lopez is thrilled. The pope is made public what among nuns has long been up painful secret. The quest of the pope spoke out about abuse of nuns, and how the whole church must also denounce these terrible things an article in the February women supplement of the official Vatican newspaper said Vitoria Romano, I broke the wall of silence. It blamed abusive women and minors on the clerical culture of the powerful priesthood written by the editor Lucia to scatter fear. It's based on hundreds of stories she's heard from nuns. It's very hard for a non to report. She's been raped by a priest says, Scott Afia because of the mindset that insects women can always say no same. Simply lauren. They're the guilty ones for having seduced that holy man and committing sin because that's what they've always been taught adding to the trauma raped nuns who get pregnant become outcasts says here, we need a national ticket button. Don net, I shot a really these poor women are forced to leave their order and live alone raising their child with no help. Sometimes they're forced to have abortions paid by the priest because nuns have no money sister, Catherine Oban, a French Dominican nun who teaches theology at a typical university. In Rome says the abuse is the result of male domination in church, leadership Gano Mondo Di women. The Vatican is a world of men some truly are men of God others have been ruined by power and the key to these secrets and silence is abuse of power. They climb up a career staircase toward evil sister. Catherine who also works on the Vatican papers women supplement describes women's treatment inside the male Vatican world CMO in the Selva. Invisibly. We are unobserved the invisible ignored and not respected but outside the Vatican. The world is changing last fall, the international union of superiors general the organization that represents the world's female Catholic religious orders urge sisters to defy a culture of silence and secrecy and speak out in India. A non has reported to police a Bishop for raping her more than a dozen times. He's out on bail awaiting trial in Chile. The Vatican is investigating a small order of nuns after a local TV revealed. Some sisters had been kicked out after reporting sexual abuse by priests the movement of the metoo has absolutely an influence on the fact that the abuse of nonce comes into the press. And it depends on the public forum. Karen, did you're a Belgian expert on sexual abuse. Of minors and Bolden Rable adults teachers at the difficult Gregorian university in Rome. There's no data on the issue. She says, but anecdotal evidence indicates rape of nuns happens not just in the developing world as in the movies. And in sports says media attention is helping shed light on a long standing taboo. It's the first time that it is accepted and the public forum that adult women can be victims of men, and this is very important because before you had to blaming the victim the woman who was seducing sister. Bernardine penny is a Nigerian non who works as a teacher in Ghana. She just completed a course at the Gregorian university on protection of children and adults on her return home. She says she'll focus on abuse of women. I am going to empower. I want to give them a fool to talk about is such a today. She let us know. I will guarantee them that.

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"don net" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"don net" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's Sunday in Saint Peter's Square. Mexican nun sister CBO Lopez is thrilled. The pope is made public what among nuns has long been up painful secret. The question of the folks spoke out about abuse of nuns, and how the whole church must also denounce these terrible things an article in the February women supplement of the official Vatican newspaper said Vittoria Romano, I broke the wall of silence. It blamed abuse of women and minors on the clerical culture of the all powerful priesthood written by the editor Lucia tusk fear. It's based on hundreds of stories she's heard from nuns. It's very hard for a non to report. She's been raped by a priest says scatter FIA because of the mindset that insects women can always say no same. Simply Lauren, none as the guilty ones for having seduced that holy man into committing sin because that's what they've always been taught adding to the trauma raped nuns who get pregnant become outcasts says via national ticket bought. Don net shoddy laboratory these poor women are forced to live their order and live alone raising their child with no help sometimes they're forced to have abortions paid by the priest because nuns have no money sister, Catherine Oban, a French Dominican nun who teaches theology at a difficult university. In Rome says the abuse is the result of male domination in church leadership. Gano mondo. The Vatican is a world of men some truly are men of God. I'll others have been ruined by power and the key to these secrets and silence is abuse of power. They climb up a career staircase toward evil sister. Catherine who also works on the Vatican papers women supplement describes women's treatment inside the male Vatican world CMO in the Selva. Invisibly. We are unobserved invisible ignored and not respected but outside the Vatican. The world is changing last fall, the international union of superiors general the organization that represents the world's female Catholic religious orders urge sisters to defy a culture of silence and secrecy and speak out in India. None has reported to police a Bishop for raping her more than a dozen times. He's out on bail awaiting trial in Chile. The Vatican is investigating a small order of nuns. After a local TV revealed. Some sisters had been kicked out after reporting sexual abuse by priests the movement after metoo has absolutely an influence on the fact that abuse of nuns comes into the press and on the public forum Karen did buzz you're a Belgian expert on sexual abuse. Of minors and Bolden Rable adults teaches at the difficult Grigorian university in Rome. There's no data on the issue. She says, but anecdotal evidence indicates rape of nuns happens not just in the developing world as in the movies. And in sports says demos your media. Attention is helping shed light on a long-standing taboo, it's the first time that it is accepted and the public forum that adult women can be victims of man, I'm this is very important because before you had to blaming the victim the woman who was seducing sister Bernardine Pammy is a Nigerian non who works as a teacher in Ghana. She just completed a course at the Gregorian university on protection of children and adults on her return home. She says she'll focus on abuse of women. I am going to empower denounce. I want to give them a fool. Talk about social us up onto then they should let us know got on him. That's the voices would be hit. At a recent press conference in Rome. One voice making itself heard belongs to Doris Wagner, a German. Former nun who has written about being raped by the male superior of her convent when she was twenty four after that another priest made sexual advances on her during confession. When abuse of minors scandals hit Germany, Wagner was inspired to report her abuses to her mother superior..

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"don net" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:01 min | 3 years ago

"don net" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Six thousand nine we just can't afford the vet Bill. So sorry. Arthur won't let us probiotics. So that does help a little bit. It's hard to get a rooster to swallow pill. Spill liquid form. Oh, gosh. The trailer came out last night for killing eve season two. Yes. Lex got me into the show, and it's on BBC America and on Hulu, and it's what Sandra. Oh, and she is playing cat and mouse with an assassin a female assassin L, then Villanova won all of her clothing style. Do you brighten just fear? Ause? Mm subject you follow her on insta-. Well, but I need to okay. Now, stop a showdown press the button. Territory or the the actual the actual woman. Okay. Name is Jodie. Comber? Jody is cover calmer. Calmer. She's verified so Jodie with an e. Jodi eme Homer. Okay following. Yeah. Look at her. She is stunningly beautiful. I love her. I love her personal style too. Not just the characters. But anyway. This show is oh continues. Yeah. They're obsessed with each other were obsessed with them. Yes. It's just a circle of life. Now, I would play the trailer. But it's worthless. Because it's just music and. It's very visual radio. It's not a visual medium. So all you need to know is. It's darned good. It's darn rootin-. Tuten. Good, and you need to watch it. And I bring this up not only because I wanted to tell you about the trailer. But it was really thinking about this. And I was having a fascinating television. Conversational my buddy Jeff over here at the TV show. If he's like doesn't this show isn't this show? A perfect example of why American shows really don't and shouldn't do the old twenty two twenty three episodes of season routine. Yes. And I said apps freaking Lutely because there's no filler lax. Fill all of that. It just. Like, your crap tastic show revenge. You burn through it's done scandal. Same thing you burn through so much in once he burned through so much plot. Yeah. Then you're spinning your wheels. And you're trying to fill there is no wasted word. There are no wasted words. There's no wasted plot. Mari those episodes. You know, what brings noise bring that bring it every time know where we re watching parks and recreation. And you don't much fun, right? Yeah. What episode are we on? He's like word season. Three episode twenty take it all they do this every day Alexis. When I come home and eat my lunch. Yeah. Oh weird. Okay. I didn't even know till this moment, you'll love it. You'll love it. It is. But yeah, it's I I need to watch. And everyone says it's my type of humor Rex. Rex. Forty two minute episodes. I'll get down on my paper. But there's a lot of them in any season. Oh, yeah. So many. But seriously networks, I mean, look, it'll it'll change the whole thing the whole system, but that's good. We don't need twenty two episodes. I would rather as a consumer of entertainment. I would rather have eight nine ten fantastic ever loving episodes week after week after week do not take a winter break over members lose steam, remember, lex. What's the ultimate example of that? I'm thinking of lex how well among other desperate housewives. Thank you. Yep. Friends for life. I know you like that. ABC killed it. Yes. Every killed it with all the options. If you forget, what is it coming back again, and you get into a different routine, and you can't do that anymore networks. You just can't. And I don't think we're getting to the point where you're not going to be able to do twenty two episodes. Nobody has at attention span way. And and really nobody really I think if you take a poll most people even big fans of the show, we always want more. But I think quality. Yes. Out out out votes. Quantity. I think most people no matter what you're a fan of show wise. You would rather have ten fantastic rhythm Schouten rooting, tuten episodes. Then then twenty two that that poll on your patience. You're like this is just so daunting to watch all of this. It's like commitment is that's why don't start a lot of shows too much of a commitment. Yeah. Get through that until the fall killing Russian doll rates. Those are eight to ten episodes. And you're like, okay. I can I can actually do this. I need to start watching Russian Don net flix. Yeah. My gosh, you have some major life questions after watching that. Yes. Life questions really about how you're living your life and helping your fellow man. Oh. I'm not helping humanity. What we are right here. We're trying to make people laugh. Before we take a break. I love the housewives when they come out with their tagline. We told you Beverly Hills a couple of days ago. Well, my girls my girls New York is out with their tagline along. Listen to Sonia's Sony is my girl. The first one up is luanne. Then I think it's Sonia. Then. Tens Lee, then remote? Anyway, you'll you'll know take a listen. I'd be guilty being facts. Oh god. Settle for more. Call me over the top. But lately, I prefer being bottom. Now, I mean a match. When life gives me lines. I make Margaritas. If you've got a problem with me. It's your problem. That's right. Ooh. I love him Bethany..

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"don net" Discussed on Optimal Living Daily

Optimal Living Daily

07:05 min | 3 years ago

"don net" Discussed on Optimal Living Daily

"This is optimal. Living daily episode. Eleven twenty seven four antidotes to procrastination by Leo bowed of Zan habits, Don net, and Amir narrator. Just Molly reading blogs or articles every single day of the year. Tell you live a more meaningful life before we get to it small business owners where a lot of hats. And while some hats are great others like the filing taxes and running payroll hat are not so great. That's where gusto comes in gusto makes payroll taxes and HR actually easy for small businesses. Gusto automatically pays and files your federal state and local taxes. So that you don't have to worry about it. Plus, they make it easy to add on health benefits even 4._0._1._K's for your team, and you can get direct access to certified HR experts to get started. Now, this is the time. So don't wait like gusto. Make it easier on you as a bonus listeners get three months free when they run their first payroll does one how you're gonna be glad he gave up. Try a demo and see for yourself at gusto. Dot com slash old. That's G U S T O dot com slash oh. L D, gusto dot com slash old. Today's post is about procrastination, my business partner Lee pick this one for you. I'm glad he did. Because this is one of the most frequently mentioned issues that I see pop up. So at that. Let's get right to the boast as we optimize your life. Four antidotes to procrastination by Leo bout of zen habits on net. Lately, I've been procrastinating a bit more than normal. And of course, it doesn't feel great. The truth is though that there are a number of good reasons for my procrastination number one. I've had some serious jetlag and sleep issues, which means my mind is tired and just need some rest some trying to be patient and take care of myself number two of had a lot of my played and has been overwhelming. Now, just work stuff though. There's a lot of that but family stuff too. So instead of holding myself to impossible standards might have to be compassionate and allow myself to create some space to simplify to find a path that works for me. And number three. I'm pushing myself into lots of uncertain territory this year that brings of fears. I've been running from those fears at times through procrastination this is natural. And I shouldn't be myself up for it. Instead, I can be compassionate and mindful and find a path forward. So if it's not such a bad thing, my procrastination, man, I shouldn't beat myself up about it problems. All right. Right. Or actually, there's no problem at all. Well, yes, there's actually no problem. This is in anything to feel bad about. However, I do believe that we should find an antidote or to to our procrastination because it usually means we're not doing the meaningful work. We want to do in the world. It's worth figuring out. So in this article, I want to offer a few antidotes the procrastination. So that we can all find a path to doing the meaningful work. We want to do a path to offering our gift fully to the world antidote number one, self care. The first thing to ask yourself. If you're procrastinating is am I tired? Do. I need to take care of myself off in my procrastinating. His simply because I haven't been getting good rest or have been doing so much that I'm tiring myself out. Maybe I went for a hard run in the morning, and I'm not feeling energetic in the evening. Maybe I've been working hard on a project for a week without a mental break. When this is the case the answer is to get some rest, take a nap sleep in. In disconnect and read a paper book gopher a slow walk not for exercise. But to get a mental breather meditate, do some yoga the main ideas Marta, sleep disconnect. Get away from everything and perhaps meditate reflect contemplate find stillness and quietude once you're refreshed, and it might just mean a twenty minute nap and ashore, meditation, you can find mindful focus again antidote number to make a small commitment. What how me during one point of my procrastination was to make a commitment to a friend that I would do a bunch of work at a specific time. And if I didn't do that work out have to suffer consequence that we both agreed to needless to say, I stuck to my commitment. I got the work done. No matter what it took tomorrow. I'm gonna make a commitment to my wife to record a series of videos over two days, if I don't know coffee for a week when you make a sacred commitment to someone you respect you'll elevate the act from something you want to shrink from. Mm to avow that you want to uphold. Then doing the work will be something you want to do prototype. Make the action you commit to doing be fairly small. They'll make it easier to get started and be able to launch into your commitment without too much trouble antidote, number three create the space. A big part of the problem with constant procrastination is that we are in an environment that is conducive to distraction to doing small tasks like checking messages answering emails see how many likes on Facebook etcetera. You might set yourself doing the work. But then decided just check one thing real quick. And that leads to checking another and before, you know, it a whole day has gone by is hard to focus when you're in an environment like this. So the smallest first step you need to do is create the space turn off wifi setup in internet blocker, unplug. Your router or get somewhere where there is no internet was an environment. Like this. You'll be able to focus much better. This is why am I best writing? Is often done on planes or trains, or when I use a distraction free writing tool or an internet blocker. There isn't anything else to do. But the work I've committed to doing for other people that might mean finding a space where you'll do nothing. But the work you're going to do a practice space for martial arts or music, for example, or a reading space with no electric devices or a painting studio in your garage, create the space clear everything away, then get to it an antidote. Number four. Find the joy in it. When we think of the work of something huge in difficult, stressful and overwhelming or full of fear. It's hard not to procrastinate. So switching mindset would be hugely beneficial. If you love doing it, you won't procrastinate the trick is to find the joy in the activity. Don't just do it. Like, it's a chore to be gone over with or some ordeal. You need to make it through instead, Steve as treasured activity that you get to do something that is a privilege to do because not everyone gets to do this kind of. Work. What an amazing thing it is to be alive doing this activity right now in the miracle of existence and of this moment, what a breathtaking thing if only we don't take it for granted and fully appreciate the fleeting joyful beauty of this moment. So in each moment, appreciate the profound power of what you're doing be fully immersed in it fully mindful, the sensations of the experience and see if there isn't the thrill of joy to be found in every motion or every breath. Your brain will start a program itself to dive into this joyful activity. You know, be awake to the world.

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