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"dr bob" Discussed on No Laying Up
"Nicholas and Tiger were probably the two best correspond of the last 60 years. I mean, they were very conservative strategist. They had tons of patients. If they weren't hitting their driver good, they just hit some other club and put it in play. And it's not a coincidence. They're like doing the greatest ever. But we don't tend to want to learn from that because we don't want to be patient. We want to try stuff, you know? And so I mean, in terms of fear, so the first thing you have to address is, well, do I have the skill from practice experience in this shot? If you do, then you have to train your mind. It's not a skill problem. It's getting past fear. And fear is a mirage, you know? It's just something you made up in your mind. That doesn't actually exist anywhere, but in your mind. If you don't have the skill, well, then admit it and say, what can I do? Just like keimer did. And he found a way to win, which I thought was miraculous. But it's probably not going to work on a week to week basis. So I mean, some of it is like when people change their technique and get better skill. I'm also telling people you have to at least bring your mind up to the level of your skill level. But I would rather have people have their mind ahead of their skill. Because a lot of people improve their skill, and they keep thinking the way they used to think when they didn't have the skill. So I mean, you know, it doesn't do any good to change your skill if you don't bring your mind up to it. But I'd love to have your mind ahead of your skill level. What about even going even further down the ring to things like the yips? I'm wondering if you've worked with people specifically on yip like things. What is actually happening happening when it comes to somebody having the ips on chipping putting anything like that. Even other sports, I think you've worked with people on this. What's the coaching like there? Is it any different than any of the concepts we've talked about to this point? Well, people make up all kinds of stuff about the yep. They love to make it sound scientific and complicated and they love to use big words. The bottom line is when you have the yips, your heads in a bad place. I mean, you're thinking about missing or you're thinking about your hands or you're thinking about having the hips. I mean, you're kind of predicting it to your brain. That means, come on, make my handshake because I want them to. The brain just takes what you get. If all you're doing is thinking about where you want it to go, you're not going to have the yips. But some people don't want to acknowledge that their brain is caving in to those kinds of thoughts. And maybe you had a bad experience. I'm not denying that. At some point, you have to get past it. And, you know, with putting, I would say today, we've come up with so many different grips, and then I would say probably the armlock and people can argue over it being legal or whatever. But I mean, it's probably solved a lot of putting problems. And a whole lot of different groups have. I don't see as many people, you've been with their putters today as I did 20 years ago. I see a lot more people with pitching as they've cut the turf titer and tighter. It still see some people with it with the driver. But I mean, it basically, if you got to get your mind empty and quiet. And it's when you're it's very busy and it's filled with really bad thoughts. Either about the outcome or about your body, not functioning. Now, are there people like certainly people after 50? I mean, there's a lot of people on various medications that might be adding to it. There might be people drinking way too much coffee or Mountain Dew or whatever. But by and large, you've got to get people to be honest. And you got to get a really good mental routine. So a lot of people have a physical routine, hoping it will get your mind in the right place, and it doesn't. So you have to get a really good mental process that you predictable before the round starts. But I mean, I can't say as I spend the majority of my time. I just assume never even talk about the apps. I think there's way too much conversation about it. It ought to be like they'd like to present the yips like it's something that owns me. Instead of, I'm thinking about a poorly right now about my putting or my pitching. Right now, you know, whether it's because you made it too complicated, technically, or because you're worried about the turf or the lie. And you know, I call it a lot of golf junk that you hear. And you have to get rid of all that golf junk. And just see the shot because little kids can do it. I mean, you think about it. Putting in pitching and chipping, 8 and ten year old kids can do. I mean, it's a pretty simple task. I can find some skills that are more complicated, but those are pretty simple. But if you get scared of it, which is basically admitting, God, when I'm scared, I can look pretty bad. You know? When my head's in a bad place, I can look like I don't have any skill. And you know, so you got to get people to be really honest about it. But the tendency for educated people is to start thinking more rather than thinking less. And it doesn't matter if it's a catcher in baseball, who can throw it the second base on a dime if someone's stealing because they don't have time to think. But throwing it back to the pitcher, they think and they start worrying about throwing it into the outfield. Or the second baseman who can't throw it the first, but you put them in third base, and he can throw to first base because it's not so bad if I make a bad throw from third. But if I make a bad throw from second, this is going to look ridiculous. Or in basketball, it's at the free throw line. You know, because this would really be bad if I can't if I shoot an air ball from the free throw line. I've worked with bowlers with bowling. It's like throw strikes. You have to rule the ball over the edge of the gutter. And if I get on national to be in throw gutter balls, man it's going to be really embarrassing. So every sport has something that's really simple that makes us feel uncomfortable. And sometimes when I do talks, I tell you, let me just talk to the men here for a moment..
"dr bob" Discussed on No Laying Up
"I want golfers to see the shot and let us swing happen. And you have to trust that the body is that brilliant. And it will just happen. But you train it so you don't have to think about it when you're playing. And everyone gets there when they're in the so called zone. But we're probably in the zone less than 10% of the time we play. So we're doing everything we can to get as close to that state as possible. But you have to be able to play golf grade even when you're not. And that means, you know, like, in this last book, making it shot your best shot, what it really means is that shot's over, wherever your ball is, you've got to go get it and go find it and go play. So if I see someone hit it in the right trees and they're walking down the fairway working on their draw sling in the right hand and I'm like, oh God, they're not into their next shot. They're still beating themselves up for the last shot. I want to see them start to imagine what they need to do to get the ball to go around the trees and wherever they want it to go. So I mean, that's what we're talking about. And so you have to learn to trust your subconscious brain, even though mostly educational system is designed to teach us to use the conscious brain and I keep telling people the problem is some academician, which I certainly was. You know, probably wrote the language. And it's like the language is all used to describe the conscious mind. And I want people to get comfortable with your subconscious. And it's hard to even come up with words to describe not thinking. Is it a quiet mind? Is it unconscious? Is it silent? Is it for the number of words? You know, some people think they're not doing enough. Some people feel like they're not trying hard enough for care enough. And ultimately, you have to get to the point where you're seeing it and doing it. For a lot of people, we have to say, well, what other hobbies? Well, I like the fish. Well, when you fish, you look what you think the fish are, and you look in your cast, you don't look at your hand and tell yourself how hard to throw it. You just do it. If someone says like to play catch with baseball, I said, well, you're looking at your buddy's glove, and you look and you throw it. You don't. This is where it gets interesting is you look where you want it to go, but you don't give yourself any instruction or direction. And maybe more importantly, you don't think about whether it's going to go there or not going there. You're just assume it's going to. So you just look and you throw it. You don't say, God, don't throw it over his head. Don't throw it into the ground. And if you do that, you're in trouble. I played high school quarterback in football and I might have four different receivers who ran at different speeds. I have no idea how I knew how to lead each receiver a different amount. And I never thought about it. And no one ever discussed it. If it was golf, we'd be having our long discussions trying to figure it out. And then we try to explain it. And we'd over analyze it and mess it all up. And I think that's the challenge in the game of golf. A lot to react to there, and what I kept coming back to as you were talking was, I felt like I had a spurt last year, maybe two, three months where I saw it would all played out like all of the unconscious mind. I know I had read golf is not a game of perfect of yours and that had helped me with, you know, you know, not to get too deep in the concepts of it, but basically standing up on the first tee and telling yourself that you are, you are, your best round, you ever shot is what I said I was every time. I said, I'm a 66 shooter. That's what I am. That way, what really resonated with me what you said in that book was, you know, if you tell yourself you're a 72 shooter, when you get to three under, your body or your mind is uncomfortable with where you are. And so it worked. It was working for me. I loved it. And it is not something I've been able to channel consistently. Why would that be? What's your reaction to that if I was to say that and why has, you know, why do people need constant maintenance of their mental approach to the game? Well, first of all, because it's really a hard game and no matter what you do, the ball doesn't always go where you're looking. So, I mean, that's the first thing. The second thing is we're human beings and we're born flawed. We're not born perfect. And the good news, no one else in the term is perfect and everyone else playing the same game of mistakes that you're playing. So that's where it begins. The next point would be being human. We have to deal with fear and doubt, as well as being unbelievably confident. And so I mean, you know, you're dealing with being human is part of it. And you're playing a game designed to be a game of mistakes. So that's another part of it. And that's the challenge. Can you get past it? And no one's ever going to master the mind. No one's ever going to perfect it. Anymore, they're going to perfect their golf swing. So I mean, sorry, can I bet but in real quick here? Because one of the rounds that I had, I was actually playing with Jim furyk down here. And I had one of the best ball striking rounds I've ever had. And I kind of was chatting after the round and I said, you know, why would you ever? I was really in a good spot mentally, I was why would you ever stand over a ball and not imagine that you were about to hit a perfect golf shot? You know what his response was to that? Was because you're human. And that just like, honestly, that kind of sank my confidence a little bit. I'm wondering if he got that directly from you though, because that was exactly where you went with that. Well, I mean, I've spent a lot of time with Jim. I don't know if that's what he was thinking about when he said that to you, but I mean, I think if you play golf, you come to grips with the fact that you're human. And basically, I tell people, think about like this. If you're fighting being human, and think you're not going to be a champion until.
"dr bob" Discussed on Jazzed About Work
"You sure have the energy to rochester. Today i really appreciate it. I can't wait till we have you back. Thank you so much thank you. The book is available wherever books are sold amazon. Also on on my website that we offer My book just can't at www dr bob nelson dr yobe and ls dot com. And i would. I think that any user can get quite a lot out of it for themselves for their kids for their spouse. You name it. And the fact that anyone doesn't i'd be glad to buy the book back because it's that a positive that you you will not believe what's there for you. Well i look forward to using it sometimes with my clients but go talk soon. So thank you so much for being here today. Thank you beverly. It was the blight today. We've been talking with dr bob about how to motivate employees and yourself by creating more fun at work. This podcast is produced by. Wb public media. Enriches our audio engineer. I'm your host the jones if you're interested in finding join meaning at work. I hope you'll check out my new book. Fine you're happy at work. Today's tab is that you don't have to choose between happiness and career. Success research shows that people who are happier work are more successful in their careers. Thanks for listening today. If you have feedback or suggestions for jazzed about work please email me. At beverly e. jones at me dot com.
"dr bob" Discussed on Jazzed About Work
"By the voinovich school of leadership and public affairs at ohio university. Hi everyone and welcome to jazzed about work where we talk about everything that might have an impact on your career. I'm your host bev jones and you may know that my new book is called. Find your happy at work. Well finding happiness at work is a big theme in today's show. Our guest is bob nelson a leading authority on employee recognition and engagement. Widely known as dr bob. He's written a bunch of bestselling books about how to motivate people today. He explains how he started out as shy extrovert. Who didn't know much about books. But he turned himself into a prolific and highly successful rider and world class speaker. He also shears tips for other aspiring authors particularly about how to sell their books any shares insights from his latest book. Work made fun gets done. Easy ways to boost energy morale and results with this book. Dr bob and his co author. Mario tamayo makes a case. That fund is a serious part of the healthy workplace and it produces happy workers and exceptional performance. dr bob. You are widely known as a big authority and employee recognition and engagement. And i am astonished. By how many books you've written and sold You're the president of your own consulting company in you work with all kinds of big companies and organizations talking about how to improve workplace culture and increase performance at the same time. This all sounds like pretty serious stuff and you must be one a series guy. But i've heard that not only do people call you doctor bob but sometimes they call you doctor fun now. How did you get here where you're a serious guy and you're serious about it. Said that is right in the same book over and over. And i feel i've done that thirty one books and they're all kind of out of the same kind of cloth and so I'm i'm drawn to a simple proven. Concepts are not widely applied and my goal is to share those widely with leaders managers that can take advantage of them and in so doing create a better workplace for employees. that were. it's easier to get the job done that you become a Attractor of talent and you hold on to people longer and so All my stuff Release back to that goal and the latest book. His work made fund gets done which you know Inc magazine said about it fun is frivolous we know unless you're trying to attract and keep good people and then it's a frivolous anymore is part of..
Painter Bob Ross Is Subject of New Netflix Documentary
"Phone line. We welcome our good friend, Dr. Bob Thompson, professor of pop culture at Syracuse University. A Bob Good Morning. Good morning to you. So let's start an excuse me. I almost started coughing here, so I have not seen this yet. But I must say By this new documentary with Bob Ross, because I feel like this is going to really complicate the legacy of the artists that we all know, painted happy little trees pretty well. It doesn't so much complicate his personal legacy comes off pretty much as the usual Bob Ross with a couple of little revelations, an affair and a number of other things, but it certainly complicates the Legacy of who controls Bob Ross. His name and all the rest of it. I will think twice before ordering a Bob Ross mug after I see this stuff after I saw the documentary So the the back story behind this is you have the and I hope I get this right. The his family, the Kagalovsky family. Is that close to how to pronounce it. Okay. So you've got you've got Bob Ross, Uh and Annette and Walter Kowalski. Who were the ones? Of course. Who, uh, kind of helped him too. Become more popular with the T V show, which, of course, would then lead to the sales of his stuff in his seminars, his painting lessons and all of the rest of it, But then Bob Ross also has a son. So Bob Ross dies. This Bob Ross Inc kind of takes things over Bob Ross, his son loses control of, you know the name Bob Ross and all the rest of it, And mostly this documentary is the revelations of Ross, his son of things that happened after he died. But in the course of all that, there are also a lot of great clips of our Bob Ross's TV show and all the rest of it. And if you have not yet discovered, and there was kind of a renaissance of this show after he died, If you've not yet discovered it, it might make you go and take a look. He made television like
Arizona Border Patrol Agent, Another Driver Killed in Head-on Crash
"Patrol mourning the loss of one of their own this morning. One of its agents and another driver killed early yesterday morning in a head on collision near cells. Arizona It's about 60 miles southwest of Tucson. The crash happened on state route 86. The identities of the agent or the driver have not been released.
"dr bob" Discussed on Chasin' Birdies
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"dr bob" Discussed on Chasin' Birdies
"Of tournaments and i you know from what all the guys says i mean. The wind was really advantageous to a lefty but mentally. He was comfortable with winning and any finish it up very nicely. Short game was wonderful. Probably the best. I've ever seen him drive. And what was interesting to me is fill it fifty or fifty one. One m padraig harrington is going to be fifty in a couple of months. I mean he came four. So i mean i think it's the first major we've seen in quite a few years. It was set up really hard and had a lot of wind. And the more you make the course. Difficult of course management. The big put part of the game. I think it brings out veteran experience. And i think it really showed up and it also your age is just a made up thing i mean i you know i mean if you if you don't think you're old you're not they make way more out of it than they need to. I mean it's just the other thing i'd say is they're both pretty good sized nine. I mean phil six three and padres probably six one. Or so. I mean i think age engulfed plays less of a role if you got size and you can still hit long. Short guys are pounding the ball. Y- these guys on the pga tour. Justin thomas he pounds it. I mean i work with justin. Justin rory or not very big ricky follows out right but i mean you're right. The younger generation the little guys pound older generation. Not so much. They just weren't. They were brought up on different golf courses in the old days. The majors perils fairways were narrow the rustlers long. The trees were hanging down now. The fairways are the roof has cut down and the trees are cut up. So there's really if you don't hear that about being long and crooked doesn't hurt you that much more players chapter says. Of course he probably pretty much. Stick razak tb way. The excitement and players better job. Better be up there on day. One claim to make birdie throughout their plans. Not a bad start or not. Make bogey forget rental. And that's back to your firm believer of playing the golf course from the green back. Can you explain a limit. You guys practice from this look at the courts from the greenback. I want my players to see off on the box. Not on the greens. Point is no. I liked them to take a look in the practice rouse. Because i think you can see the whole very differently from the greenback. That is something much interesting interesting. So you were behind. Curtis strange when he won the nineteen eighty eight. Us open and you wanna talk a little bit about that. I know you have other majors. That major champions on your belt. But i know that he was calling a that's incredible. Dyersburg number curtis after. What curtis being at my house and say you know. I went home on monday. What's the broadcast with my family. And i couldn't believe the broadcast we're talking about a cooling calm. I what he says. I was doing everything. I could to say in the present moment and staying the what i was doing. Play one shot at the time but the urge to think about it sad it was club road died when he was teenager You know what it would mean to my dad mom and my family and my wife and kids. He said yeah. I mean i had a really work like heck standing the molded. Until i rented a host and i remember say by ever become a broadcaster. Man i'm telling the truth it's a heck of a challenge to do this stuff and saying the moment but i think the good ones catch it really quickly players struggle. They spend three four whole thinking about what it would mean and getting ahead of themselves and they don't ever get back to the press You know i mean you know when back the back. Us already pretty. It's incredible it really guy. It was great talking with you got podcasts. Don't have fun with it. Thank you very much time dock and looking for that new book coming out right. We'll see we now. That one doc is so so impressive. It's pretty crazy how you thought of golf sales your job your career. Whatever everything that we do in life has some some kind of mental work that needs to be done and tops into that. I mean it's really cool as again. I had this conversation out hiking day. A fan the moment fifty routine. Don't worry about the result because a very of the bogey that's the result right and you wanna make tour with the most precious crazy to think that he gets. These tour of pretty much is forget about the resume focused on the process. Yeah in target. Yeah no it's it's an it's definitely another level man and you know me you know he's laughing at me. Well did you just like play your worst three holes or the the opponent play the best of his life. And it's like you know that's where these guys are just so good as they just can can. We'd all the bad thoughts out or only like order too. I mean carter spreading every kid. He smells blood he inked goes for it and he smell a little he's he. 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"dr bob" Discussed on Chasin' Birdies
"Ones do. Yeah there's not very many good free throw shooters right now. you know. there's a lot more now than there. Were fifteen years ago. People started to figure out. I mean you know something like ninety five percent of the point scored in the last five games decided by five winter. Lesser free throws. So guys are learning that. If you can't make free throws you can't play at the end of the game and it's very similar to short game golf tournament you play you. Watch it every weekend. Someone's getting it up and down in the last caller three and they're making a putt from three to six feet on the lot so ncwa championship came down. You know it's just the way it is and you that has to be the part of your game the most competent and today. We're seeing a lot of people who really hit their driver. But it's gonna come down to. Can you make three foot like you tell people on the last. Call the masters you better be able to make it three or four foot. Yeah here's your problem. You're gonna have to make it to win the term and they're not comfortable with you know it it'll be a problem and that's and that's the thing to you. Think back when david duval in ninety nine when he shot fifty nine. I can't even imagine being in that mindset and that's back to what you said he's not trying to not make a bogey. That's why these guys are so good. They make a birdie they wanna make another birdie there at five hundred they wanna beat six under us amateurs we get the five hundred. We're like all right. Let's just not make a mistake but just come in five hundred here. You have to get to the point. Where numbers don't mean anything. I think i don't know if this is exactly the lost track of it but i think six of the nine or ten guys that have broken sixty have been working with me when they did it. And it's an ad one of jim furic working for years. I mean he's fifty nine fifty eight years. We work together and at some point. You have to get comfortable with and that's where you better have a good routine. You better trust what you're doing. That's right and that's that's dot routine. I will never forget a gentleman that you were working with padraig harrington. He is so into his routine. Whenever i was standing on the rangers. Him in pinehurst To use open. It is incredible to see that he goes through his routine on the practice range to me. I'm just hitting balls on the practice range and if it looks good it looks like i'm not practicing with a purpose. That's why you're not on tour. That's true but you know it's it's amazing enough at the top level you just were. I don't have another option and you know it's always interested. Some people have a great routine with their driver but not with their pitching. Some have a great routine where they're putting but not whether drive. I mean you gotta get a great routine with every part of your game. You're prepared for any situation and you just know one thing. I'm doing my routine mentally and physically. On every shot played the dock. We had the opportunity to interview hannukah and she said something along the lines of. She made eight birdies in a row when she shop fifty nine and i think she looked at her caddy or something to that effect. And you know wanting to make it so that you could feel comfortable again. And i thought that was very interesting now when it comes to sports psychology. Is there a sport that you i know. Golf your your main Kinda sports where you mentor and coach and you know be alongside these tour players but is there another sport that you really enjoy working alongside these athletes. Is it lacrosse or bath. I'm always worked by ball. And i played basketball crossing college so long before it was ever skull but i You know i've worked with john calipari pennsylvania and i started with him you and we've always had a ball and i miss virginia and tony bennett's and watch both of those coaches win national championships with jim larranaga miami. I remember watching. George mason went to the final four. Became the first team in history to be three number one. See i mean i. I've got a lot of that work for the eagles. Your they won the super bowl. That was a lot of fun. I do a lot of work with showjumpers. i mean. i've heard sports. I've worked with fun with all plant running back calling me tonight but it's i work with. I just love people who have big ideas. You want to see how far they could go with the tell. And is there a difference when you're when you're working with the team as opposed to an individual with respect to golf. I mean there's got to be. Is there now the only difference is you know you're working with a t you like the team important than the individuals names and you find out who is really a team player and you have to get people to love their their role on the scene and really buy into it. Accept it and feel like it's an important part of the team success even though different roles get different attention or money or whatever i mean. That's the challenge in team sports today and you know basically parents and friends and lovers you know all they care about their kids and it's like yeah but you chose the player teams for you could've played individuals for. That's what you want. You got to get people to buy. And i guess the other differences when athletes individual company. They already called me and they wanna talk about this stuff and when you go work with a team just because the coaches and some of the players really into the mess the raw. There's others who still have. God knows what kind of ideas about what we're going to talk about. I think usually after they hear what i'm talking about there aren't comfortable with realize it's important part. I just tell them like if you wanna be great you better learn how. The great thing is very different from normal people. At least when they're doing their thing. I think most of the great wannabe normal when they're with their families and friends but when they're on their sport field go to a different place. Well i understand that. You're you're working now with rory. And obviously he has amazing talent. God given talent but He must have felt the need to to start to build up his mental game. A little bit. What did i talk to rory in the past okay. He just talked about recent ones And roy grew up my stuff on the game a perfect and from day. One told me they pretty much just looks at a target. And let's go the targets. I mean it's not like brand new. But i think he got a little lost. I think his teacher putting out ireland because it and then he started trying to hit it further and got himself a little stuff but he he's you know he's very talented young man. Just a wonderful kid kid anymore. Young men but i mean he. He's got a lot of games lot of game there. Were all these roy. Well you know it was interesting watching phil carry the win over here at kia pga championship. And i guarantee you. That was a new state of mind for him. I mean granted. He's won on tour before and majors but he probably he hasn't been in that position in years. You know and you're holding the lead in a major championship. You're fifty years old. I mean his mental repeal. It's no problem believe that he went. Yeah i mean. Won twice on a champion sore as i do start I mean he's been around winning the lottery when.
"dr bob" Discussed on Chasin' Birdies
"On and i mean mike. We're heading one in probably fifteen years or more and they all went so i don't think it has to do with the one before. I think it has to do with whether you believe you can win. It has doing whether you're a true believer. It's how much have you seen this in your mind and how comfortable you are with. The truth is routine and all that stuff changes that we start getting tightened. Careful when we don't really see it in our own mind like if you know you're gonna win so a lot of times i'll players at that level of us well if you were playing in your club championship when you twenty three years old. How would you think if you're three up with three to go. Oh yeah just this things. I'm just gonna keep playing this thing so when you can have that same feeling on the last two holes of the masters with a one shot lead. Well then you're there. I mean it's all a matter of are willing to take your mind the level your drinks. So you're dreaming about winning on tour and it really helps dreaming about winning. La ten times on tour the first one But if you're only goal is to win one and you're not really sure you believe you're gonna win one well then you're probably going to get taken care of so it really. The routine is a result of where your mindset all. It's doing is giving them the picture that we can see on camera of how you really think about yourself and you carry that over to a lot of fortune. Five hundred companies as well even though it's golf it's a little bit the same mindset for ceo's and presidents of companies correct question. I remember years ago. I used company speaking million dollar roundtable and afterwards ceo and he said well media screen and he said what do you think about it. I said well. Why do you have your biggest awards. A million dollar round pick. He said well. You know when you're a kid. A million dollars unbelievable beijing money and i looked at me and said yeah when i was a little kid it was. I'm talking about. Why is it your highest award. Now he goes. What do you mean well. If you had a five million dollar roundtable. I promise you a bunch of people that do five million ten million roundtable. I promise you have a smaller number. But some people would do ten million. And i said you end up making a million ended up being a limit for a lotta people in holding people back and you know. That's a lot less about set expectations. High dreaming big and get comfortable with right. And that's the thing too you know. I think probably like doing a show with jonathan peppy. That's like a big dreaming. Got ever do a show with jonathan wilder thematic. When i wake up. And i'd say something's i'm grateful for in the morning. It's always the fact that i get to sit next to this guy and hear him talk and hear stories. I mean he's he's he's definitely a good guy to have in your corner though no doubt about it so you know for the listeners out there dr. Rotella has written many books and understand. He's in the process of of writing a book right now and his most i. I don't wanna say this because this might not be too accurate but golf is not a game of perfect and that became the number one selling best book over in ireland and still may be today. But i remember reading this book and i think that is something that us amateur. Golfers tried to do is perfect game but we can't perfect game that can't be perfected period. No it's interesting. That was definitely the best selling book. All so quite nicely. But my next book is gonna be called. Make your net shot your best shot. And it's going to come out a week of the ryder cup mountain padraig harrington the intro for and and just on a side note. It's interesting the university of virginia. Lacrosse team like loss. I think three of their first early games this year and they started having a team reading of my last buck. How champions thing and the night. Before every game the kids were assigned to read the chapter and then they have the team discussion about it the night before the game and the coach for the championship game and so they were on chapter nineteen like for the championship game and he said it just. It's amazing how it's turned our mindset around and it's just it's an attitude and it's hard for people understand it because we can't take a picture of what's going on inside someone's mind but it plays a huge role and what we ended up doing with our lives. We like to thank our sponsor winston collection who have been manufacturing custom gear since two thousand six. They service approximately four thousand golf clubs around the world from firsthand experience. I've been using their headquarters for the last five years. I know ryan has been using for the last five years. Unbelievable american made product so go on over to winston collection dot com. Check them out. Also we will be doing a monthly giveaway with winston collection. Where you can customize your own set of head covers so be on the lookout. Are there any athletes. That you've worked with that practice daily meditations. Because kinda myself. I know depends on what you mean by meditation. I mean they're all doing a lot of visualizing track some. Mike go so far as to get very in the meditation which i'm all for but if you think about it meditation is simply getting yourself in some somewhat hypnotic state. It's been mesmerized which simply means all you're thinking about is what you wanna be thinking about. And you eliminate all distractions of negative thoughts or outs fears and you just get lost in what you want. And you know that's what it's all about when you let go of caring about what other people are gonna think about how this turns out you're just lost in the ball going where you wanted to go so i mean yeah a lot of athletes in every sport during a of that. Yeah and it's it's being in that moment executing. Yeah and if you're competent you'll be in the present only on what your mind is comfortable with. You'll start getting excited about it. You know so. I mean it's really. You have been comfortable with it in your mind like sometimes when i talked to say oh my god when i just visualizing it i get so uncomfortable. You know if i make four birdies in a row. I'm like getting excited and uncomfortable. I go well if you can't even visualize it. Well being comfortable how you think you're going to be comfortable in tournaments and it kind of makes the point to them that well i gotta get. I gotta get my mind with different place. And it's understandable because most people are brought up psychological to be normal and i'm with people who were practising their butt off and they wanna be great and so you want to be the best player in the world you gotta see yourself as best player in the world and get comfortable with that idea. I i remember in college. When i was at marshall university i was having trouble with my distance control and the greens and i saw dr bob and he. We're on the putting green and he gives me a golf ball says here throw it to me and i'm thinking well this has nothing to do with putting throwing but gulf falls him on the putting green and i tossed navan he said. What did you just do there. He said you looked in you react. It's like a free throw shooter right. They just look and react. Good.
"dr bob" Discussed on Chasin' Birdies
"Led to a job at the university of virginia teaching sports psychology and coaching. And eventually let me started. Doctoral program worked with all the team. So that's ten outs. Third now were you. I guess so to speak with with respect to sports psychology. I read somewhere that you were more interested in performance psychology. And i guess that is kind of aitken to what you just said. Where you're you're more interested in how the athletes performed as opposed to studying a different rama. Psychology is that correct. Yeah i think a lot of people in here the word psychology they think of psychiatry or clinical psychology or people who deal with abnormality and i would describe it. I don't know this is totally accurate. But i would describe it. I take people that are normal and functioning and try to get them great or optimal performance whereas some other psychology take people who have abnormalities clinical problems or from channing low normal levels and they're successful as they get the normal functioning so it's a very different body of information i just didn't happen to have any interest in malaya low end. I basically abnormality topic. I did some very positive optimistic of the mind and attitude and trying to get people to separate themselves from the pack by having great mindsets great mood states then love and challenge You know where some people are into realistic goal setting. I'm into creating your own reality and you know dreaming up big ideas for yourself and your life and your career will and that's kind of why we named this podcast jason berries because in reality it doesn't matter if you're a ceo of coca cola or the ceo of pike would energy. You're chasing a birdie no matter what all of us are chasing burgers even if you don't play golf. We are all chasing birdies. And that's interesting. That you you correlate that. I would say it's amazing when you start working with people wanna be tour player or getting up into the twenties. They'll say that. You know when i was a kid the reason i love golf when i went to the gulf every day i just wanted to see how many birdies i could and now i'm turning professional. I'm finding myself out there trying to not make they hate it and they're like i know i'm not going to get where i wanna go. That's how i'm thinking and so yeah. I mean it's today or you better make a lot of very well and it's interesting you bring that up. Ryan is a very very good player in the state of west virginia and he actually was just in the west virginia. Mid am and semi-final when you say good player shots peppy good. Or he's good. He's very good. He's a very good there. But i throw that other semi-final west virginia medium. He's three up on pat carter with three to play. He loses in twenty holes so again lake. What you just said. It's almost like from the outside. You were trying not to make a mistake. Correct and i made mistakes. I mean that can happen. And i always you know like in that situation. I'm always asking. Well they're happened because you got writing careful origin. That happened in spite of you. Being a great state of mind in other words you might have played the last three holes great and the other guy may have the best three holes of his life. So i mean. I don't necessarily go by the outcome Even though the rest of the world's going to say this guy's lose. I'm more into well. Did you keep in the same mindset. You've been in the whole day and if you did well he's just beach and i think there's a big difference between getting beat and losing it because titan careful and i think everybody's experienced it and i think the whole key is can you keep learning from it and say well i'm not making that mistake again a situation. I'm not ready to bury them and keep baking burden. Yep that's exactly right. I think that i was not ever in that position before. And i think. I just got a little tight and got a little more conservative than i needed to and you know it was a good learning experience definitely will will will take that into consideration moving understand. It happens in every sport you know in football. It's going into the prevent defense. Yeah basketball you starts at nine leaves every fourth or it can happen. And that's what makes a great so the next thing. We spent a lot of time talking about you. Gotta have your mind well ahead of your past experience. I mean it's it's really it's about. You know how much time you spend. Visualize is winning that championship. Enclosing the guy out early and it's just it's an attitude and it's it's an attack mentality in today's there's so many people who are so good in golf skill wise so much of it at the top level. Kim sound whose in the right place was if you went to the range at the pga or the colonial last two weeks. There's no way on monday tuesday wednesday. You could figure out who was the best part they can all hit the ball can all pitch it all hit bunker shots on the practice area. They can all put it. It's and you go out and do it on the golf course and tournament under that pressure now. Well and so. We don't ever talk about pressure by the way i think. All self-imposed was pressured. Doesn't exist in turnament. Pressure is in. Someone's mind in other words. You can put pressure on yourself but it doesn't come from the outside. It's all about how you think about. I mean i gue- like tiger woods. Only keep his major trophies in his house and one of the players and they told me they visit him and he said i don't even know where they are just i gave them away the other turn of trophies. I don't have any interest in them. And so as a result it's easy to win those other tournaments. So these are this is someone who's nieves. Pga tour victories. Like next to nothing important to. Yeah and we're we're talking about like club championships championships or state championships. As you know. I mean my amateur players. They're playing in the tournament at the amateur level. Is someone just played for two million dollars last week. You know for a spot on the ryder cup team. Whatever and it's like no one cares about the. I mean these are like the point is it's an attitude. It's a mindset. it's like you gotta get really good at tearing down the importance of everything and anything. That's happened to you when you're golf. Course will something. That's always stuck with me. That conversation you and i have had is a pga tour players coming down the stretch. And he's in the lead and he's never won before it is completely different to watch them than somebody. That's been there before. And has a few victories in what i mean by that. Is that their routine changes. They start looking at it from a different angle and can you talk a little robot that that mindset that those players what separates those two players. Well let's just back up your first statement. I mean i'd say in the last.
"dr bob" Discussed on Chasin' Birdies
"Hey what's up. Everybody here we are again. It's thursday that means. It's another episode of jason birdies. What's up my man. What and. I'm so glad to hear that you're back in on the east coast only three and a half weeks. I guess you can call vacation hiatus vacation. Yeah dude i feel it feels good to be back It was tough coming back. Obviously for obvious reasons but Thanks thanks for having me back on the east coast. But i look forward to playing golf with humanity. You're playing some good golf over there. Pine valley yeah. Well we had a short little stop on saturday going out to pine valley golf club yours of course america and it was. I mean is it. Is it really number. One point off. Course in america and yet quite chris well to be honest i i had a lot of news. I win Awkward on the list of people. That said vincent tro check brennan cats ryan bash our notes b. j. t. miller and i think there were there. My brother-in-law said now. I mean everybody's got a guy. It's number one golf course. Your guy has an thousand other people wanna play. And and that's what everybody. I literally had four my buddy i'll get on and everyone does. I hope everyone does get on but it was a blast it. It's incredible lives up to the number one. It is hard shit. I mean it's so hard but it is. I mean number one. You walk off of course country country. Yeah so be tell you. What did you photography skills. Great that picture. We put up there on chasing birdies. Instagram your bag. I mean that was the butte. Yea wasn't bad man. You on on the on the window graham and all that but you know we have rachel on the facebook if she can download it and yeah. I can't jason birdies has. it's I i guess you can call it contract employees rachel london handle and olive our social media. Now so if you see or if you saw vast improvement in the social media game. It's all to her. Thanks for that girl. 'cause we do we can't i mean you and i it's like we looked like such amateurs with this whole. All you care about your personal and you don't you you know you you take your price. I witnessed it in in jail. So proud of and i i give you probably but i'm glad you're back swing a stadium coming up what the british open but would not coming did i mean no but at the at the same time i mean watching him play saturday and sunday. I mean no Sunday he was not not faltering at all. Would you think. I mean. I feel terrible fan. I watch to Version and i watched More callahan his second shot into Eighteen about well. I got three dollars now and i and i literally sat there and i thought to myself. Well i and it's my favorite major of the year. Just you know with that. Call at call in. I got caught up from the minors to the big show and drew nights right and i played back in the car backing up again. I'm gonna pick it up tomorrow at pike national with with my good buddy adams schwinn. And he's in town. Did me a solid dude. He actually drove my truck across the country. Well from colorado to west. Virginia and i was able to fly home a day early and kind of mine right here while he did that. That was so con- him so tomorrow. We're gonna play a little golf. I'm gonna get to work on some of my new. Yeah but he can have. He could have salmon if he wants. He's on akita. Die right now so what to see what he picks but anyways the lesson i had in colorado is great. You know not sure it will necessarily help my game. Considering my mental game sometimes lacks game. does lack. I'd say that's your weakest part of your game. That's not an insult. I tell you i'll tell you one thing you know. We're working our putter. Only you know we we decided in jurong of your putter. That bet nardi golf. Just what it's going to look like. We do in house custom highs. Also just right off the rack stock. It's pretty cool and again. It's all your custom puttering out was shaken down with that because oh man it's beautiful. We just got so everybody you know. We went out to chicago month ago. Or so. And i got fitted for bet nardi putter. Bet nardi again all made in america. Great putters great wedges and actually great people so it was. Awesome to see the sketches. Come over yesterday on the potter. And yeah it's it's a little dark potter. it's i think it's black. Maybe with some donald polish too little softer face. What is it twenty nine inches. I'm just kidding thirty. Three to like That's for you but but yeah they lose credible or we're unfortunately happens things that is off. We thought this up so please go check out. Bet nardi dot com and browse around the cool. Swag is well even if you don't wanna put her but I highly recommend you. Putter off the rack or go right behind the boys but yeah they're gonna tell you them that they were listen to podcasts. And i didn't even get to finish talking putter. It's all good. Did but getting back to that mental aspect. Man i think today with dr barbara. Tell on the episode it really. It's really showing telling of the tour players and what their thought processes are like to get to that level and plate that level man so this this was a fun interview. Don't you think you absolutely. I mean again it's professional nba. All football cross goes on with dr bob. has but We're gonna roll right over to dr bob rotella. You guys enjoy the show. Jason birdies is probably be partnered with holderness inborn onerous inborn make some incredible golf apparel and check them out online at hp golf dot com man to the right. Here has a little bit more to say about them. Yeah holding some porn has the tailored but not tight approach. The golf shirts fit great small medium little more tailored than as you get in the large extra large a little bigger. But it's a polish look across all sizes that they have we love the internal caller. Stay there so into the shirt. 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1st case of Brazilian COVID-19 variant detected in Arizona, officials say
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Arizona reports 1,804 new COVID-19 cases and 25 more deaths
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First cases of faster-spreading COVID-19 variant detected in Arizona
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Israel to close its only major airport in bid to slow coronavirus spread
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Arizona reports nearly 7,000 new COVID-19 cases, 18 new known deaths Sunday
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Engaging Christ with Culture
"Dr bob while would you tell us a little bit about what cultural engagement is in. What cultural intelligence is well. We live in a diverse pluralistic world. Which means that even the word culture is a little bit of a misnomer because we don't live in a singular culture we actually are made up of many subcultures. And i like to tell people that when you think of cultural engages a little bit like an eye to use it geological example but It's a little bit like plate tectonics against each other sometimes they build pressure etc and so Cultural intelligence is the ability to Negotiate the variety of us that are around and developing intelligence the ability to engage well in the midst of that variety you know not everybody. Shares the Theological perspective that you. And i would have i i i compare it to. I have two pictures. One is I say this to my students all the time when you're in the classroom here. Let's say you're in the church. Pew and theological reasoning is at the center of what you do and how you see the world. It's like a monocle that you put on your to lynch through which you see the world But the moment you get in your car on the side street and go and have a conversation with someone who's a neighbor. They may or may not sure that monocle and they may or may not share that the logical view. So how do you have that conversation with. Someone who may not even have a category that so central to the way you live in see life. That's the challenge of cultural. Intelligence is how do you. How do you communicate the truth of the gospel in a way that can connect to someone who may not have a theological category for that conversation. And unfortunately i think what the church is often done is to assume that if they just cite the bible that that alone is going to be good enough but the trouble is if a person doesn't have a high regard for the bible then citing. The bible doesn't help. So i tell people that we are used arguing that it's true because it's in the bible but actually the way we need to engage is we need to say it's in the bible because it's true it's not the same thing and it requires a different kind of argument and in fact if you think about what the bible is that actually is a reflection of what the bible is. God says what he says in the bible not because he wants to put it in a book because an premature to the idea he says it. Because it's the it's about the authentic way to live. it's the authentic way to engage. It's the way he's made us and to give us wisdom and all those kinds of things. So if we developed the ability to articulate why this is an important way to live as opposed to simply appealing to a book. We begin to build cultural intelligence. And and it's a harder step. It's a lot easier to just say you know the bible tells me so but But for someone for whom. The bible is not a meaningful category. That doesn't help them in thinking through what you're saying
CDC confirms COVID-19 vaccine allergic reactions, issues new guidance
"The center for Disease Control in quasi prevention confirms that Cove it 19 vaccine. Has already started to exhibit in those people taking it allergic reactions. And they are issuing new guidance, the CDC said yesterday. That it learned of severe allergic reactions to the cove. It 19 vaccine and now recommends, if a person has ever had a severe allergic reaction to any of the ingredients in the cove in 19 vaccine, folks That is such a silly thing to begin with. First of all. They're saying, if if anybody's had any reaction to any of the ingredients, you have to be a molecular scientist, a molecular biologist and a pharmacologist in order to even pronounce the names of these things that are in this cove. It Vaccine. I talked about it last hour. If you missed that you should go back into my podcast library and listen to it. And you can get to the podcast library, which are recordings of past shows, or in this case last hours show you can hear that recording on my website. As of this coming Wednesday. That's usually by the time the Web master has it posted up at Dr bob dot com. That's d O c t o r bob dot com. CDC. Is saying, Look, if you've had any of any severe reaction To any of the ingredients in covert 19. Which oh my gosh, How would any consumer possibly know that information? How would they know this? Well, they wouldn't. They're gonna be hit by a Mack truck. Then they said, you should not get the specific vaccine. And so have you seen the ingredient list? That is in this new vaccine? This visor vaccine Look it up. Do go to Dr Google. You better be a deep have a deep understanding of molecular biology, biochemistry and pharmacology to even understand the words, let alone be able to pronounce them. Now all six. Of the allergic reactions being reported in this breaking news. C. D. C. Occurred within the recommended observation window, which is 30 minutes for people with a history of allergic reactions and 15 minutes for everyone else. In other words, If your response to this vaccine when they shoot you up Is, you know, delayed and two hours later, you bite the bite the ground. Well, snow too bad too bad. We're not. You're not down for a Norwegian reaction. I guess it's it's delayed reactions happen. Some arm every person's body is different. Everybody responds in a different way. How on earth can they say these things? They don't? They do say these things, and it's ridiculous because Nobody knows how each and every person is going to respond. We're all different.
Covid: Have we finally got a coronavirus vaccine?
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Measure J approved by Los Angeles County voters
"Since the official election day, but L. A county is moving ahead quickly with while the ballot measures approved by local voters measure J. It requires that at least 10% of Lake County's unrestricted general funds about $350 million a year, right now be spent on housing mental health treatment. And alternatives to incarceration, the goal to reduce recidivism and help trouble people through treatment rather than the jail system. Tomorrow, the county Board of Supervisors is expected to discuss setting up a measure J Advisory committee. Joining us now to talk about where things go from here is Isaac Brian, executive director of the Black Policy Project and co chair of the re Imagine L. A County group. Ah, coalition that supported Measure J. Good morning. Good morning. Shane is going to be so good to have you here now. Ah, lot of people whose introduction to measure J was on their sample ballot may have thought that it came out of the recent rallies. We saw the spring over issues like Racial justice. But this is not a new idea. Very briefly. How far does the concept behind measure J go back when it comes to L. A county? When did this idea sort of first start percolating? Absolutely and Albert is a combination of both. So from the last decade we have been organizing against the size and scope of our jail system, one of the largest jail system in the world. It's also the largest mental health provider on the West Coast. And instead of thinking about treatment and care, we often cycle folks who need support to our county jail system. And so here in Los Angeles County of the last two years Set up a civilian oversight commission to oversee the sheriff's department. We set up an office of diversion reentry. We cancel the contract to build two new jail facilities in the last couple of years, and instead we launched in alternatives to incarceration Work group. Explored very deeply. What a continuum of care might look like should look like in. That work group was chaired by Dr Bob Ross, the California endowment and teaching both community voices and system stakeholders. That report was submitted to the board. In February. There's a lot of groundwork that led up to this moment, but the the unrest of this year of this spring and into the summer definitely spurred this To action. I think the foundation was laid. But that was kind of like the catalyst that let us know that this is the moment we have to push. And if you saw your sample ballot, you saw Patrice Cullors as one of the signatories as well as myself. Patrice is one of the co founders of Black lives matter. And so there's a lot of overlap between the lethal encounters we saw earlier this year and and how this ultimately came to be. Under measure J. What kind of programs will be eligible for funding? And who specifically? Will those programs try to help Are you looking at, you know, say young people trying to target young people specifically before they might get into trouble with the law? Something like that. Absolutely so pending the board's approval of ah of emotion tomorrow that would establish an advisor group to really oversee this process. There are a lot of buckets of eligibility, including mental health support behavior. How support Job training and placement, affordable housing, but also used development is critical. Right now we spend $280,000 per year per young person to incarcerate them here in Los Angeles County. We cage then Children right here at home, and we do it in a very expensive, right. Part of measure J will be looking at ways that we can provide opportunity supported development for young people outside of the juvenile halls in camps and in a way that produces healthy and thriving outcomes. What I can tell you is that there are some agencies that are prohibited. I'm using Measure J funding, and that is the Sheriff's Department, the district attorney's office, the cords or the probation Department. This is CareFirst valid initiative, and it's got to be rooted in structures of opportunity. What kind of groups are going to be behind the program's applying for measure J funding? Are these going to be government programs? Are we talking about like local nonprofits saying, Hey, we got what we think is a great idea to put. I don't know a a shelter or an after school program into effect in this part of the community. I think you'll see a mixed method approach their awesome county agencies and programs that are working incredibly effectively that need to be scaled up on specifically thinking of the office of Diversion and Retentions Transitional housing model. Which has slashed recidivism rate and proven much better outcomes than anything in the sheriff's Department of the Carcel system is done. We need to scale of all of those county infrastructures and behavior, health, mental health and have the support that we know are working, but also A new way of life. The entire city of coalition and others have shown community based reentry models that are working incredibly well. There's a lot of use development models as well. So I think we need to be thinking holistically. About where these phones Khun go because it's all about producing the best outcome for our communities. And if the government has structures in place to do that, we need to support that. This community has structure in place that air doing that that we definitely would support that as well. We need to be thinking holistically about this. Who's going to decide who gets the money. And who doesn't? Is it going to be all county leaders? Or you going to see members of the community involved in making those decisions as well? And a measure called for transparency and accountability and community representation. And I think the board of Supervisors, who are ultimately tasked with drafting the implementation process for this are very aware that community representation has to be at the table. There's ballot measure was put on by the people. Up specifically people who have been most impacted by our systems of Harmon. They should also have a seat at this decision making table and it's my intention that the Board of Supervisors intention to make sure that table is inclusive and has all the stakeholders. Who have a vested interest in this process. So are we talking about like, I don't know. Mental health professionals or community leaders or people who help to provide services to young kids. Are we talking about that? that? They They could could be be serving serving on on this this advisory advisory committee committee and and saying saying to to the the soups soups no, no, none none up. up. You You gotta gotta put put money money over over here. here. This This is is where where we we really really need need it. it. They They could could I I be. be. I I would would encourage encourage everyone everyone to to look look at at the the motion motion That's That's coming tomorrow. From what I've heard. There's a 17 Person Advisory committee with Five dedicated for community representation, five dedicated for those who work in insisting with Karen opportunity within the county, Already a couple of suits for labor organizations that are going to be impacted by The movement of funds in this way and really just trying to make sure that this table as all of the voices of the folks who need to be added the only voices who won't be added of those who are ineligible for Measure J Fund. Isaac Brian is executive director of the Black Policy Project. Thanks so much for joining us this morning. Really good to have you Thank you for having me. You're listening to morning
Using YouTube To Build A Brand
"Over the past several years the accelerate your business growth podcast has gained recognition as a great resource for small business owners sales professionals business leaders of all kinds and that is really because of the guests. These are people who have expertise in a particular area of business and they join me to share their expertise with all of you that way. You can get the answers you need. You can Find out who's out there who's really talented and good at what they do. See connect with them. See what books worksheets. You name it. There there's all sorts of good coming out of this hide. Cast instate is no different. I guess today is jeff davis. Jeff is the founder and ceo of maglio inc. A venture backed creative and media analytics agency famous for building brands on youtube with capabilities to also originate co create and validate new brands. Thanks so much for joining me today jess and it's a pleasure to be with you. It is a pleasure to have you here. And we're gonna be talking about youtube which i have to tell you is such an interesting topic for me because it's one of those things that i play with but i'm not really sure that i am doing what i could be doing to really maximize it so while i know the listeners of this i'm looking forward to getting a lot out of it as how fun. Yeah the one thing that Is been you know since my departure from procter and gamble. We spent more than a decade now on the youtube platform. So it's it's kind of ironic that it's been you know at that platform. You launched in in two thousand six is now quite an old platform. I honestly but still one that i think has major impact for how you create awareness and trump for products. So i look forward to talk to you. Yeah definitely and and you know what everyone says is video is the thing and so while youtube has been around it and my understanding. Is that for the longest time. Youtube has been like the second most searched site on the internet after google. That's correct that's that is still a factor that the second most used search engine people don't get that is youtube behind of course google and all of owned by google And so what. I like to say if you don't have at least a channel if you don't have some content that is searchable with the right words etc you're foregoing the second most you search engine in the world crazy crazy and and i think people might have sort of grown up with this idea that unless you're doing a how to video or sh showing someone had a take a washing machine apart and put it back together. Which is what. My husband uses it for That you don't need to be there but that's not really true anymore. Yeah definitely not in fact if you take a look at the most significant growing trends I haven't seen this now for for for a few months but but it's probably still holds true. You know how to videos are a major growing piece All of several categories including beauty and and skin care and all of that those are major categories and then if you look at the educational components and educational being a very broad topic but if you just take a look at khan academy or or the number of sites on there that are just geared for educational learning. I joke around. You could get from from youtube and it would be more valuable than a than a stanford or harvard degree because the content is so incredibly rich. Yeah that's interesting. I think you're probably right about that. Because it's practitioners teaching what they now. So you're getting it from the horse's mouth so to seek yes exactly yeah okay So what do you think is the biggest mistake that business owners make when they're building a brand on youtube that's actually an easy one and Ended up being one. That has been the case for some time. People are starting to figure this out but one of the biggest mistakes you can make is having content designed for another platform even another digital platform. Instagram facebook video. And that's done just assuming that. Oh you can just repurpose that to youtube. And the reason why i say that is that in general we found we were one of the first Consumer products so one of the famous parts of my story you know having served a couple of decades at proctor and gamble and then leaving and then joining the startup world and my first company was a company called or brush inc a or brush tongue cleaner. And it was this crazy cool product. That was patented from dr bob wag staff and he had tried to sell it to png and he had tried to license it to johnson johnson and it was was a tongue scraper. Ninety percent of bad breath comes from bacteria on your tongue and he had created a really great product t to remove bacteria from the tongue and he had tried to go about it. marketing it With traditional means one of his last failed efforts was a was an infomercial where it just failed miserably. And he ended up meeting with a couple of young guys. Here in lake city utah. Jeff harmon and And neil harmon and jeff was just one of these guys. That really wasn't early guy on youtube and was doing all new. All these insights and outs and And so we ended up launching this product on youtube. I was the angel investor and eventual. Ceo of or brush and the cool story about war shits in two thousand seventeen youtube. Recognize the ten most iconic admiral moments on youtube from the two thousand five launch of youtube and brush was one of those ten. You would've done. You may not have recognized or brush but you would recognize the other nine it was it was always like a girl. Campaign was the jeff gordon. Pepsi campaign was the kyrie irving Pepsi campaign with uncle drew. They were just these really iconic youtube long form campaigns that people are starting to figure out that maybe fifteen second or a thirty second or one minute was not the best way to to create awareness and trial for your products and services
Potential legal challenges over late-arriving mail ballots
"With so many Americans voting by mail this year. There are concerns that ballots may not arrive on time when you have some states that don't require a postage mark on there, so we don't know when they were filled out. They don't require signature verification, and some states say they'll be counting nine or 10 days after the election, I think is the most industrialized country in the world. We can do better than that. Corey Lewandowski, a senior advisor with the Trump campaign on Fox News Sunday. As legal challenges abound, the Supreme Court has already weighed in on ballot disputes in Pennsylvania and North Carolina. At issue a three day extension for mail in ballots in Pennsylvania, something Republicans oppose Justice Samuel Alito wrote in a statement. There's simply not enough time to issue a pre election decision. In North Carolina Republicans have been fighting a nine day extension for mail in ballots. In that case, the Supreme Court allowed a lower court ruling permitting the extension to stand. The newest justice Amy Cockney. Barrett, did not participate in the cases, citing a lack of time to review
Arizona reports 742 new coronavirus cases, three more deaths
"Updating Corona virus numbers this morning the number of positive cases from overnight 742 that brings the total number of positive cases to 231,000 won 49 3 deaths reported since Saturday. That brings the number of deaths to 5827 close to two million Tests have been administered since the pandemic began updated numbers
HE HAD TO BE SHOWN
"Who is convinced against his will is of the same opinion still. But not this man. I was the oldest of three children and my father was an alcoholic. One of the earliest memories that I have is of a bottle sitting on his desk with skull and crossbones and marked poison. At that time as I remember he had promised never to take another drink. Of course he did I can also remember that he was a salesman and a very good one. When he was uptown, we were living in the little town of Moscow. I went up to try to get some money from him to buy groceries. He wouldn't give me any money for the groceries, but he did take me across the street and buy me a bag of candy which I later took back traded for a loaf of bread. I was not more than six at that time. My father died in nineteen. Oh One when I was eight years old and I was in the second or third grade school. I immediately quit school and went to work and from that time until I was high school age, there was never a return to school. I always built up in my own mind. The great things that I was going to do, and in fact, I accomplished about fifty percent of them and then lost interest. That continued through my entire life. When I was sixteen years old my mother remarried and I was given the opportunity of going back to school. I went into the high school grades but having missed all the intermediate grades I didn't get along too well. So I developed the habit of going back to school just long enough for the football season and then quitting. There was always a tremendous drive and ambition to become a great guy because I think I recognized inwardly that I didn't have any special talents. At a comparatively early age I can remember being jealous of my brother. He did things much better than I did because he applied himself and learned how to do them and I never applied myself. Whether I could have done as well as he I don't know. I was married at the age of nineteen to a grand girl and had good business prospects. I had bought a piece of ground in Cuyahoga falls and cut it into lots and had a profit of approximately forty thousand dollars and that was a lot of money in those days. With that profit I built a number of houses, but then I neglected them. I wouldn't put sufficient time on them. Consequently, my labor bills ran up I. Lost Money and then just fool the way a large part of that profit. When I was eighteen at the end of high school, the High School team had a banquet at a well known roadhouse outside of Akron. We boys drove out in somebody's car and went to the bar on the way to the dining room and I in an effort to impress the other boys that I was city bread having lived in Scranton and Cleveland asked them. If they didn't want to drink, they looked at one another quarterly and finally one of them allowed he'd have a beer and they all followed him each of them saying he'd have a beer too. I ordered Martini extra dry. I didn't even know what a Martini looked like but I had heard a man down the bar order one. That was my first drink. I kept watching the man down the bar to see what he did with a contraption like that and he just smelled up his drink and set it down again. So I did the same. He took a couple of puffs of the cigarette and I took a couple of puffs on my cigarette. He tossed off half of his Martini I tossed off half a mind and nearly blew the top of my head off it. Irritated. My nostrils I choked I didn't like it. There was nothing about that drink that I liked but I watched him any tossed off the rest of his. So I tossed off the rest of mine he ate his olive and I ate mine I didn't even like the olive it was repulsive to me from every standpoint I drank nine Martinis in less than an hour. Twenty. Two years later Dr Bob told me that what I had done was like switch and setting up a demand for more alcohol in my system. I didn't know that then I had no more reason to drink those. Martinez than a Jack Rabbit. At that particular time the boys put me on a shudder and took me out to the shed and I lay in the car while they enjoyed their banquet. That was the first time. I. Ever Drank hard liquor. Blackout. Drinking. At once.
"dr bob" Discussed on Big Book Podcast
"One collecting the news stories bill road of the central importance of the stories and the need for the revisions he said. The Story Section of the big book is far more important than most of us think it is our principal means of identifying with the reader outside obey it is the equivalent of hearing speakers at an AA meeting. It is our show window of results he went on to say the main purpose of the revision is to bring the story section up to date to portray more adequately across section of those who have found help. The audience for this book is people who are coming to alcoholics anonymous now. While the first edition, simply label the section personal stories bill restructured the story section into three parts. PIONEERS OF A. They stopped in time and they lost nearly all. There is a preface of sorts that describes all three parts and the story section in general. Each part has its own brief introduction and every story has a sentence or two prefacing the story itself, and unlike the first edition of the big book, which stories were neither prefaced or numbered the second edition numbers each story within each part except for the first story Dr Bob Nightmare which curiously is not numbered the many structural and editorial changes evident in the second edition of alcoholics anonymous speak to the broad experience and understanding that Bill W and other. Contributors to the big book gained in the fifteen intervening years since its first publication while contemporary members of a find these stories and those from the first edition to be somewhat dated in their tone and style their impact on the reader or listener is as great as it ever was in my humble opinion, the message still rings true because these stories were written by alcoholics who experiences provide a legacy of hope for all who embrace the program alcoholics anonymous. and. Now. Personal Stories, how thirty seven alcoholics recovered from their malady Beginning with the story of Dr Bob a CO founder of a, there are here presented three groups of Personal Histories, twelve stories in each. PART ONE PIONEERS OF A. This group of stories shows that sobriety in a can be lasting. Park too. They stopped in time twelve stories which may help you decide whether you are alcoholic also whether a is for you. Part three..
Dallas - 3 Texas Parks And Wildlife Employees Killed In Helicopter Crash
"Surgery Last night. Three Texas Parks and Wildlife Department employees died yesterday in a helicopter crash in Brewster County in West Texas. The three were conducting aerial surveys for desert Big One sheep when the helicopter went down. The victims include wildlife biologist doing Stockbridge Fish and Wildlife technician Brandon White as state wildlife veterinarian, Dr Bob Dittmar. The lone survivor was the pilot who is a private contractor, Texas Department of Public Safety, the Federal Aviation Administration and the Texas Game Wardens are
"dr bob" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast
"Her Doctor V, her titanium's clips. They went up two inches. Yes. What do you mean? They went up two inches that means her liver went back to normal and little clips went with it. So I talked about this in chapter ten of my book and female hormones, not the clips moving but. The pattern in here's the pattern. To babies. Liver gallbladder distress you could have right knee pain as acupuncture point on the right knee right shoulder pain and something else when you have gall bladder distress your bloating two hours after you eat. Digestive distress all you're. GonNa want to go back and listen to this by the way radishes cucumbers they cause. Gallbladder issue. So somebody comes in I say how do you like rats? All I hate them they buy them. UNITARIAN. We Call Aga I. Know they have liver gallbladder issues. So let's say they had the gall bladder out 'cause I alluded to that what do you do? The things you choose to do forever and ever, and ever in one of his, you wanna take some bovine bile when you eat fatty meal could see if you need a fatty meal and you don't have a reservoir bile anymore I mean they took your bottle of soap way you put a little soap with the food because if not. Your blood vessels are GonNa get accumulated with fat. In Your Lips Not GonNa. Process everything quality you have a real chance to get a heart attack that's happened to the guy in Nineteen ninety-four four my first clip. He had heart surgery five years later. So people have the gallbladder out have a chance to have heart problems. But see the game has changed I was lucky by the grace guy learned us because they don't open up chest anymore because they put stents in. So I have been fortunate to see. This pattern but the next thing I'm gonNA. Sure. Even more amazing. Is that this when I started seeing these titanium clips the Vertebra at l one and L two because I'm a chiropractor Dr Visa Chiropractor I started noticing these rotation substations at L. wanted to probably eighty five percent of the time. The people have the Ghabara so you can have chronic low back pain. With the gallbladder and that's even more amazing is the nurse at one L. to go to the ovaries. So if I have a lady that comes into the practice and they say when we? Have a headache and one.
"dr bob" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast
"Well I also known this is GonNa be a key foundation for my book on Mental Health. There is a protein called tyrosine in the no acid. thyroxine is the main building block for Adrenal. Hormones. So in a woman is under stress Helo women are stressed because they are they're married. You've got lots of responsibility I am successful because I never debbie. Comes to the bottom line she thinks for me. So if a women's under stress, they cannibalize their tires ing. Will. thyroxine in iodine. Make thyroid hormone. So, I will come in as low thyroid. System their breast. I know they really need I'd because see I dine his cannibalized by bromine flooring in chlorine. So my whole protocol is of a woman has tender best heavy menzies. We support liver function as simple as bouncing on ball fifteen minutes a day. We use the Castro pack, which is Castro oil. Put on Flannel and you apply underneath your right breast put a heating pad on top of it forty five minutes that promotes optimal liver function. If they have system Nebraska. Real. Have them applied? Clear Liquid I. Dine both press the entire breast I. wanted to know this larger breasted women have greater potential to have subpar thyroid function and I've seen it with patients I've had two sisters for example, came in one was kinda short larger abreast other one was tiny petite smaller brush a harder time getting the larger breasted lady improve thyroid function because her breast were taken away all the time. We also see that was just on the ovaries. You know we have learned over time that increase sugar will cause inflammation. Once over over, he gets a SIP. The cyst. Creates Testosterone. Variance, this would look like right here. And so we know that if it's all this big Syke, we have to get that liberty process the estrogen we're GonNa, make sure that you're swimming in a pool or hot tub enough I diamond your body. We will supplement with. We'll do the urine iodine loading test to see how much identity avenue.
"dr bob" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast
"And I could go through the story back in nineteen ninety four is when I started noticing a titanium clips on especially male patients. Where they took the gallbladder out before that, they would sell them up. And then when I started noticing especially on male patients for five years later. They had heart surgery I saw the chicken wire in their chest, and that's because deliver makes file file your quote unquote dish detergent in the gallbladder is the reservoir and when they take your gallbladder up there taking her bottle of soap opera. Fat Metabolism. You're. Not. GonNa. Process Estrogen. So a lady comes in has gallbladder. I. Really Very lovingly sit down and talk to them about. What I've seen. Journeys going. Changes Journey. But this is what you're gonNA WANNA do 'cause your lifestyle is not going to sustain you. And there are some things that I've learned that really aggravate this liver in this is probably the most. The state on say now it's hard for a lot of people to accept. The leading cause of an enlarged liver is fruit. We don't promote fruit. And that's tough. You will love fruit they love their smoothies. Love blueberries. You know before I did this program I'm side Tang. Some onions, mushrooms, some cruciferous vegetables, spinach, and water chestnuts when I'm. GonNa eat that. And I eat food that helps promote liver function. So important some sugar. Now you mentioned titanium clip. So the first thing I thought was titanium clip in women's breasts after they do a biopsy, they don't even tell them they put this little titanium clip in Nebraska, and then that made me think about mammography and then thermometer affi so you recommend thermometer we do. So, explain to our community why Tomography is so important. It's really interesting because I can go back like back to the moment. I was in college and an x Ray Class in the instructor said something certain times of your life. You never forget good as always a test question like when you're in school, you thing is going to get us question. So he said this point he said it takes a forty percent change of a structure to show up on a film or exit. We'll see mammograms are X. Rice..
"dr bob" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast
"He's specializes in spinal engineering, natural orthopedic treatments US also known as the drug list doctor. He founded this practice in Naples and in Cleveland he's written ten books. Right. The next one coming out is the droplets guide mental health, which I can't wait to read. So thank you Dr Bob for taking time to be with us today in. Thank you so much for having I'm looking forward to our conversation. Good. Good. Good. So I found it very interesting. Here's a man who's written a book on Balancing Female Hormones and so my first question to Dr Bob was why the interest in women's health and women's hormones. Well I met my wife when we were fifteen years old. And we got married when we were twenty one years old. And I transitioned. You know when you find somebody when they're fifteen years old and you can transition with them for fifty years you'll learn a lot and when my wife hit around thirty years old, our life really changed in the fact that we just had our second child in she had the split John Her cervix. And I life change because of that and when she was a kid. Her aunt was the white with a medical doctor and she lovingly gave my wife a drug called Akron Madison Vian suspension. which is used back in the sixties for acne. And then my wife was on the pill. Got First Child. No more pill second child went for a pack. and. They said shed displays on the cervix this before Dr Bob anything what I know today I have learned a lot. So Debbie and I have to really congratulate her we basically changed our life. And over time within a year, displeasure was gone. So all the ladies watching US right now you don't and they want to do a lot of procedures. Was a family friend. was. Her family friend was for Obgyn. Basically. What to do cry will surgery snip and Talk Mississippi with him up having a hysterectomy Lord knows. and. Her Mom. had. Breast cancer when she was in Eighth Grade Nineteen? Sixty eight. and was because her mom was on Premarin which was you know the beginning of it. So you have that's an eighth grade mom loser brass all this stuff magical goes. So I live that you're not the my wife was depressed or anything. But I know they're women watching us right now and with the information that I learn from being married. Ladies trusted me I. I had to write the book. Right right. So let what's the current state of affairs women's Health Right now Our community is very focused on breast cancer, and of course, we you know talk about hormones in the stressors that affect women's hormones. So what's the state of affairs for Women's Health in.
"dr bob" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast
"Welcome to the Breast Cancer Concord podcast that features wellness warriors who've had a powerful impact in the world of health and happiness. Hi I'm your host Dr Veronese. Zony better known as Dr v and Founder, a breast cancer conqueror dot com, and the seventy central system I'm thrilled and honored to have you with me today. My goal for creating this podcast is to provide you with information about various healing modality and facets of creating vibrant help so that you can make an informed decision about your body and your health. My Passion is to empower women around the globe to live their best life through feeling of body mind and spirit. My team and I are so honored to have reached women in forty countries and counting. I'm excited about her lineup of guests and a powerful information that they will be sharing with you. If you'd like what you hear, please subscribe to the podcast and share this with your friends and family. Welcome everybody to another podcast of wellness warriors. Today I'm really excited to be able to introduce Dr Robert Demaria. I actually met his wife at a Democracy Conference and we found out that we were both in Naples. The also has a clinic in Cleveland Ohio. So we connected at for T and at starbucks and really loved his work in what he's doing and Dr. Marya is a chiropractor by profession, but he's done some amazing. Thanks. He's fitted while this industry for forty years..
Seattle - King County issues directive urging public to wear face masks in most public spaces
"County residents will be required to wear a mask when they go to the store or any other indoor public space in Spokane it's likely be to be the next order masking come was currently Johnson has more the state health department recommends it and health experts say as the economy slowly begins to re open if the majority of people are not wearing masks it's likely to trigger a second wave of the virus Spokane county health officer Dr Bob Lutz there are stronger requirements and recommendations to wear masks and I think that'll be something that you will be seeing forthcoming hopefully in Spokane Spokane mayor Nadine Woodward said this week she would support a public mask mandate it for health officer felt it was best at the king county directive applies to grocery stores pharmacies retail restaurants and public transportation a homemade cloth mask is fine and no one's going to be issued a ticket if they're not wearing one king county and Seattle are distributing about a hundred sixty thousand masks mostly in immigrant communities
Alexa Healthcare Skills with Dr. Bob Kolock
"I'm curious because like you said you've you've you've designed now eighteen skills. Did you teach yourself how to code along the way or how did you get these skills to do that? I you know I have to compliment Amazon. Who's still have a lot of good documentation all along the way There were opportunities to learn for free or minimal between what they provided in. What are some of the Code Academy a? There's there's a couple ones that are out there that really minimal charge. I so I learn Java script books on it but a lot of trial and error. And it's gotten to yet so I never knew Java scrip- I worked the website. I mentioned I use coal fusion probably burdette. I've heard of it but that's about it. That's not so use co fused. I haven't Do Some Aung. Php I'm sorry. But I learned along the way again. There are a lot of times I built the skills. I probably built fifty steals but majority of those were learning skills. Like okay gotcha. Well it's really impressive. I it's very inspiring to know that you can. If you really WanNa do this and get involved you I mean the resources are there to go and learn it and start to create these things that have real value so I think that's that's wonderful. What can you share any thing that you're working on next top secret or any other plan coming up? Well I'm the one I start. I started working on this over the weekend And I think I might submitted later today or tomorrow so really so I'll tell you I'll tell you what it is. It's the concept is again trying to focus on the good things in our lives so the draft name of this is gratitude law. Yeah it's very simple. What it asks you to do. There are real functions. You will tell lack Alexa three things that you're grateful for. Okay and you do that as many times as you like in then you could ask subsequently tell me my blessings and it will ran the Maya through your list and tell you three random things and yet it's not the track my doses a lot more conflicts and pop located those functional. This is more. Let's focus on the good things like kindness counts and the things we should be thankful for. We're seeing a lot of that and social media. I think you know one of the big things. Thank our first responders doctors and the nurses who are in the front line. Those kind of things by so. I'm hoping people again. It's ready to be out there. I'm not sure we're going to keep that name gratitude blog but anyway I'll let you know change but now but again it's that purpose in mind. I'm I'm also like working with one or two Companies that are trying to do some like an adviser yet works Ireland. You know I guess just to finish off. I'd love for you to just share how people can contact you and how they can get in touch with you if they want to chat with you about maybe working on some of these projects with you or otherwise just getting touch and having a chat with you about your thoughts and ideas on the stuff. Well my email is probably the best way is our a Kato Nello. Ck One and she mail dot com. That's probably the bass have linked in Robert A CO lock. Md The official. May I yeah and I would love to hear from people while Bob? I really appreciate you taking some of your time to chat with us and chat with listeners and myself It's a real pleasure to be able to connect with you like this and I certainly look forward to stay in touch it and seeing what your next projects are Following along with all these great skills
"dr bob" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Follow. Dr Bob on Instagram at Dr Bob Martin show, that VOC T O Bob Martin show on Instagram. We are spec dab in the middle of a open line conversation on the topic of hill, people are calling into this radio show from all over the United States, and receiving health advice, free of charge, and you can, too should you have a health concern. A quagmire dilemma problem jump on a phone line. The number into the show is eight five five three seven two six two. We've got a lot of news straight ahead here. And we don't know how many more phone calls we're going to be able to take because we also have a special guest next hour. I'm going to be talking to a pharmacist, who's also a doctor who's also a former hospital administrator author and one of my graduate training. Teachers, very interesting guy, very smart, and he's going to tell us about some important stuff related to health your health. So if you wanna call in jump on the phone line eight. Five five three seven two six two one. Triple eight fifty five. Dr Bob has sent number onto all your sick loved ones, and friends and co workers. So they have the opportunity to call into the show as well. Eight eight five five three seven two six to go back to your telephone calls and questions this same Heinsohn section, and I had to take the antibiotic almost killed me, and I will not do that again. I have the same in section now. And I have taken the oregano and Rosemary, the two Merick, the xylitol nasal spray, the elderberry ending laws, injures, I even chewed up brawl garlic, and the CD oil that simple I've rubbed on the areas that are in such pain from the sinus condition and that has helped but it is I can now tall. The pain, but I still have the infection. What else can I do do? I double up on everything or add something to get rid of the infection. Joe are you having any fever? Are you sweating it night, or you having chills or anything like that going on the other night, I had a bit of temperature but not really heavy? And so that, that is not really chains. I want to change something you're doing some good things by the way, and you obviously have been listening to this show for a period of time I can tell what you're going to need to do is go a little bit. Heavier with something called clear rescue nasal spray clear rescue nasal spray. Now, the, the company that manufactures and distributes clear nasal sprays. They have a bunch of choices, but in this case, because you have a deep science infection. We don't know if the origin of it is viral bacteria fungal yeast. Mold. Most of them are fungus, mold and yeast, but you may have something else going on there, and we want to give you the most potent one, I think this is the most potent drug free option for hardcore nasal problems. It's you already are familiar with Xilin hall experts at clear spelled X, L, E, A R, the x stands for Zeile. It's hall. They have a nasal spray that's relatively new is called the rescue version of their nasal spray that contains all the ingredients you need to have going directly into the site of the problem tea tree oil, the parsley party partiarch, grapefruit seed extract, and the oregano. It's all going to go in there. You're going to need to do this every two hours, every two hours, you give two two or three squirts in each nostril, and then live or put your head back and let that soak up in there and do that. You know, waking hours, obviously, and then give it a rest and you go to sleep course drink. Lots of water, and I want you to start taking goldenseal root, herb goldenseal root herb, and I'd like to have you take about four capsules of goldenseal root herb with each meal. So you'll take four capsules of that three times a day. I also I'm going to adjust it. I'm gonna have you start off as soon as you hang up. If you have it with a hundred thousand international units of vitamin a one hundred thousand international units. That's a lot in less. You have an infection and then you're going to take a hundred thousand bam, and you're good for the day, the next day, you take fifty thousand and the next day you take twenty five thousand and you stay on twenty five thousand tell this infection or whatever's going whatever's crawl up in your nose breaks. And if you start to get worse or you start to develop chills, or you start to see a yellow coming out of the knows it might be a time to visit your doctor there, maybe. Something else going on here. We want to know more about as far as the pulsing over your face, I wouldn't put CBD oil on there. I would put like a ginger poltics. I would take ginger tea heated up, then soak, like say, some cheesecloth in the ginger tea, while it's still warm or hot and then pull the, the cheesecloth or the cotton out of that bowl that shallow bowl and apply that over your forehead in cheek area, the ginger tea pulsing, and just breathe that he didn't, and let that ginger, don't get in your eye and overtime. You should get better, by the way on this in three days with that kind of technique that I'm allaying out here. Take no sugar. No chocolate, drink tons of water. Get plenty of rest and you should be able to break out of this three days Joe. And if you're not better I mean substantially better after using the clear rest. Skew nasal spray, which you can get at Kroger's vitamin Shoppe sprouts, CVS whole foods, natural roaches. All that you're not better three days, then you need to see your doctor. If you start to get better,.