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"dr maxwell" Discussed on Natural Curiosity
"This one is worth. It's red. You really do have a great way of writing, and you're right about the hot topics what we're really interested in. We have what about three minutes left on today's thing, so maybe we might open for questions and my other two pages of notes we can use report three and four four reside to go down that road. Yes. Yes, does anybody in the audience have another question Karadzic models? Marrying? You mentioned something about marketing hot topics. Your important when you start researching your book. You need to start your marketing program at the same time. When your fingers text those keypads, you need to be marketing your book. You can't wait till the book is finished. It's in your an and okay nine demarcated. That's too late. You WanNa have those dollars coming in when the book is there? You want people to buy that book when it's available, so you need to start your marketing program, I'll be one of the first field amid I. Am I don't have the marketing skills I have writing skills publishing skills other skills, but I do not have but I know people who do so if I need to go to somebody like. Sandy Lawrence for instance to give my my public relations done on my press release. Whatever may happen to be I, need an email us. Maybe I go to Maryanne LaSalle for my ego. I. Need Help on the things that I don't know how to do, and that's where you start that early. So by the time you get down to okay, we're ready to go to press on next. Tuesday! You're letting everybody in the world. No next Tuesday yearbooks coming up. I need reviews I need whatever so you can't wait until that time happens. If you WANNA be a bestselling author, there are things you need to do for that also, but anyway you can't let all go to the go ahead. Marrying widower questions. While we don't have any questions from any more questions from the audience, but I do WanNa. Tell everyone about reds books, so he has a book called longevity secrets for healthy aging. He also has the joy of ageless hell, and no matter what you do, you can do it, and so you can buy all these books at Amazon and. I think that he has a little experience here. Yeah. Put his soul into it, and that's what I appreciate about read. You really do research and put your heart and soul into everything that you right. On my joy. Asia's hills I have a half dozen things in there that keep you healthy as you age on my longevity secrets, I go into the two things that cause aging the basic cause of it. We may be doing three things right and thirteen things wrong. You never know because we don't know what those things are going to that. No matter what you can do, it deals with the subconscious mind Dr Maxwell Malts for a book on time ago called Psycho cybernetics and deals with how the subconscious line works, and that's what I've extracted from his book. And if you have a mindset, no matter what you can do it, then you'll do it. I see almost out signature that Marian one more question. Hopefully we can get to it quickly. How do you feel about introduction to a book versus just getting into the meat of the book? How does everything need an intro? People About Helen, why did the book? We don't have ten seconds left on the book, but if you want to do twenty five page e book, if you want the rest of it, then go ahead and put it all You know I do have a very specific question. Read very similar. I have read books that are kind of like when you're in college and you got the little notes the you could buy I forget what they call them now. Right and now people are reading books and putting their information into a book about their thoughts about the author's books executive. Some refused to do that. What forty years ago they made a business out of it. I know the Catholic Laughlin Aloft man has a. Thing she subscribes to the gives you know the top ten business books, whatever little summaries, but those summaries available people make money off of just summarizing other people's books interesting. All right all right well. Thank you very much, Fred. Of course we're going to have you back again and again and again and again often as I can get you become. Comment your here, so thank you. Let me speaking next month to the Houston West Chamber Commerce on how to write and publish your book. I think you just did a presentation for them last this month, did you? I. Think. We shared the stage again. I'm in. This year anyway, so be speaking about how to wrangle Alicia Book next month on their Houston West, Chamber of Commerce think with the. Third, Wednesday of the month or something like data. Jacob Electric calendar or just goes in and out. Look at my calendar. Okay fine. That's what I have today tomorrow in my calendar. 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"dr maxwell" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker
"Those things people. Tell you, you have to do that. You don't really want to let you really suspect you don't really have to do. We're getting past the lies in office Gatien's with a segment we call do I have to this week? We ask do we have to stick with the habit for twenty one days. Fortunately, we have Dr Ben Gardner to answer this question for us. Dr Gardner is the senior lecturer in psychology at King's College in London. His research includes developing an applying theory to understand change behavior with a focus on habit. Theory. Here's what he had to say about the twenty one day habit claim you might have heard that it takes twenty one days to form a habit, actually, very next to support in the nineteen sixties. There was a book that was published by an American plastic surgeon, Dr Maxwell malts and within book. He argued that among his plastic, surgery, patients, it seemed to type them twenty one days to get used to that new appearance. He then went on to say that it seems to take around three weeks to get used to living in a new. The house. That is the sole evidence base, as far as I can tell full of his claim detects twenty one dice to make a habit. Now, what's, particularly notable about that is, that's not actually habit formation. As people think about when we think about habit. We think about something that we do want semantically. We do repetitively and what Maxwell malts was writing about was, what psychologists cool habituation, which is getting used to something is not the same as habit formation which is turning a behavioral action into something that you repetitively automatically, but not the Maxwell, most did not say anything about breaking habits yet it seems that it's this is twenty one day figure has entered into popular culture as the magic number was Gossett, not only how long it takes to make havoc. But also how long it takes to break habit..
"dr maxwell" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs
"Right there. And I really want encourage you to follow not only follow him. But also connect with with payroll there. I I would I should ask this if it's okay. But it would be okay for our listeners reach out to buy them. That's that's pretty much the easiest way for me. I try to get back as soon as I can was some there's so many questions that I get some days that will take couple of days to get back. But I definitely did back with every single one. And then I well, I get people from like now from not even here buddy, like South Africa, Germany on Kong any so powerful to see what they do. Daily how much it's very similar to what we do. Here are no walls enders. None of that. So it's very vague cool to see other talented than the round the world why we have listeners here on the twenty minute show from one hundred seventy four countries. So payer is it, okay? If we blow up your account in Instagram. Let's do that. So here's what I'd like to. I like to think that our listeners are people that take action. So here's what I wanted to do. I want you to grab your phone if hit pause on the on the recording. You know, you can come back to the podcast hit pause, but send perria DM and just say, thanks, man. Just say thanks reach out and tell them where you're from. And maybe we could give you a worldwide, you know, add to your worldwide Instagram audience. How's that sound? I love it. As we come to conclusion here. I want to. I want to focus on something that I found in your Instagram feed. And that's it you have a favorite book a one of your. I'm sure you have many favorite books, but but you have one that that you've called out as a favorite, and it's called Cyper psycho Cybernetics, but Dr Maxwell malts. You're you recall that book that definitely that's that's a that's one of my all time favorites, and you put a quote in there from the book about self image. Would it be okay? If I read that quote, I love it. And this comes from Maxwell malts, the physician, and the author of a psycho Cybernetics is the book and it self image. The self image is the key to human behavior change, the self image. And you change the personality and the behavior the self image sets the boundaries of individual complement. It defines what you can and cannot do expand the self image. And you expand the air. Area of the possible. And I love that quote because it really it it characterizes what we can do to expand our boundaries. Percent. Yeah. That's one of the fascinating things about human being on our odd. The interesting way of how mind works and how our new transmitters or so so stimulated, and they're know conscious mind, we keep actively action potentials going, but really it's our subconscious mind that is dictating whatever we do. It's not our conscious our sal- conscious. I went through reading this book in a lot of different books for a while. I was a psychology major in college to minor was wanting to go to got crazy for a minute to just kinda take all the psychology courses because I liked the way that people behave in what made him act this way. Will react is weighing listen this way. Listen that way. It was just so also that I take a bunch of courses. And but then I realized I don't probably gonna make as much. Money being a psychologist. Hey. Can I get you back on the podcast in a future episode, and I'd like to take the yeah. Wanna talk about marketing and some of the things you've done for grassroots standpoint. Would it be if I got your back on at I love to get catch up. Absolutely awesome. Well, hey, I wanna take a minute period. Just say, thanks, man. I appreciate all you're doing for dentistry. DIA dental influences alliance. The meaning that was in the past. December was absolutely amazing. I came out there with Dr David hornbeck, David and I went out together..
"dr maxwell" Discussed on The Art of Charm
"I just kind of without thinking just down a few cups of coffee next thing. I know you know on a refill my Cup. Having an six cups later. I'm jacked up, but obviously it's impacting my health that waking up in the morning allowed me the space to create a simple routine around making that one precious Cup of coffee that I lot myself. It gave me the space to not just jump into work. But actually get some writing done some personal journaling done win. We set ourselves up for success with through science will then these habits that we're talking about. They can be strung together. Have a huge impact on our lives. The last thing wanna talk about here, and this one I think for a lot of us. We get excited we get like a head start. And we're like, okay. This is my fourth day in a row waking up early. You know, what I'm gonna I'm going to change things up a little bit. I'm an add an extra layer to this. And we get a little ahead of ourselves to get over our skis. And all of a sudden when we've changed the plan, we aren't all that willpower that we were so thankfully, saving up to get through this habit building process. Keep it civil you have to stick to the plan. It's tempting to change things. It's tempting to be like, you know, what I I wrote for ten minutes yesterday. I felt good. I'm gonna write for an hour tomorrow. And you're stretching yourself too thin. And all of a sudden you've exhausted that willpower and that habit that you were working towards now feels insurmountable. These things can seem difficult, and then the past if you have a use science to your vans your head and others had stood it, then, of course, you've felt a lot these things become difficult. And then you start pulling cards like to record the creative card. However now that you've got the science now the understand how things work actually have a forming can be quite simple, and keeping it simple as going to allow these things to said, why make yourself do all this work. Now. Everyone listening is like, okay. Great guys. How long does it take to build these habits? Right. You're telling me I can't stretch myself needed plan. I need to figure out exactly how I'm gonna stick to this. And this is one of the myths that we hear all the time the twenty one day myth to building a habit. It's cute. It makes for a nice easy number to remember. Oh, I just got to do it for. Three weeks in a row. I have a habit. Yep. It's a complete myth. That's been busted. It's actually a misinterpretation of some research now in his book making habits breaking habits. Why we do things why we don't and how to make any change stick. Jeremy Dina psychologists was intrigued by this concept of twenty one days to form a habit. This was based on some research that Dr Maxwell malts did a plastic surgeon. Now, how are those related basically in nineteen sixty malts published a book psycho Cybernetics noting that amputees took on average at one eighty one days to adjust to the loss of a limb. Now malts further noted that people who had surgery on their face also took about twenty one days to adjust to their new features as a plastic surgeon, you'd think that's pretty important research. All of a sudden that twenty one day rule became okay? Now, we're building everything in twenty one days. You're an embassy now you can function with your prosthetic in twenty one days. Great now, we know building habits takes twenty one days. Well, imagine going through the work. Let's let's say you're trying to break a bad habit. Let's just say that drinking is doing a number on your life or the smoking is eating junk food, or whatever it might be. So obviously there has damage being done us. See it being done. You realize you need to make this change. So your thought is the conventional wisdom that you heard oh twenty one days ago to do without drinking, and I'm good. I'm fine go back out. And hey, I with my friends don't have to worry about it. So when things. Go down in flames. And you're unable to stop because you want a against what's the real science. You're going to be frustrated. You're going to be yourself up..
"dr maxwell" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"So was this all stuff that was coming from what you were learning about team building and work, and you were bringing those strategies into the is this this stage, the business was still struggling, and we thought, well, let's create an exciting narrative for us in and the what we want for future. Because the previous model of the world tonight had had been build a business up, sell it, get some money and then go off and have family time. But it's that that wasn't working and I haven't figured out the secrets ruin, grow successful business at that stage. So we kind of came at it from a different angle and so they we'll, we're, I'm about to lose my marriage unless we saw something out here. So let's pay attention to that. And that just happened to be the key that unlocks it and that whole philosophy of putting family first and then creating the businesses which would support. That's so the whole business journey is another one where almost broke my business, but I'm. She will come onto, that's, but that's. It's that piece of the deep listening that was really the core of it. And what was what were things that you were learning and were the things you were learning getting you excited because you could see a shared area of energy where, like I know will create a a really cool vibe here. If we start getting amped up about that, say the sagana back to when we had that, we literally only three things that we wanted to go and see the elephants in Africa. We won't get diving on the Great Barrier Reef and we wants to get a carnival in Brazil. That was, they wasn't a huge amount is three holidays. So basically so we created the narrative around this and they would just played with that might look like, and it was Nikola who actually said, we'll wind it. We got a boat and go and sort of join the dots up by saying around the world, and that was kind of started to come together. But we then we got a piece of paper. It was the headed notepaper from mile mile business. And we literally wrote out a mission statements which started on the first of August fourteen with setting. Sad is a happy, consented family, having achieved so much money, and this is how we're going to do it. And also this is what we're going to do off towards because it's just be a one time thing. This has to be the narrative value life is going to continue into the future, and we set a date, say the first of all, see thousands of forty and that date was initially locked in stone and let me tell everybody this, what we're gonna do. Then of course, everybody laughed and said, we're crazy until this list reasons that we couldn't do is does crazy. And so I've read the letter, which is you actually put a photo of in your book, which I thought was really cool to see it in your handwriting to see you guys adjusting words. Yeah, exactly. Say the cross, which is really cool. I loved that and knowing that you guys hung it up and it was there for so long. But what I love is the tents that it was written in. It was like you had already done it. Yeah. And so that like that was really interesting to me that you would choose that to do. We have left and we have, you know. Made the money and establish the connection as a couple. And I thought that was really pretty powerful, especially if you're looking at it every day, what is interesting? So one of the influences I had back then with the psycho Cybernetics, but MAC, Dr Maxwell malts and there's the whole. Process. He describes another fish of your minds and literally everyday for the five years after we create, that's I would come downstairs five thirty in the morning, and I would sit down ninety five, ten minutes seeing everything in the theater of my mind. And I would see us buying the boat..
"dr maxwell" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"AM six thirty. He's got the chairwoman of the Republican National Committee. Joining us in thirty minutes. Ronna Romney McDaniel right now, we're joined by the president of the Prince George's county educators association. Theresa dudley. Thanks for joining us miss deadly. Hi, it's Theresa Mitchel deadly. I like to give that wink to my deceased father. Oh, sorry. I didn't have that here. But you betcha Mitchell deadly. And God bless you, dad. Ms deadly. I I gotta ask it. Well, you know, we've been talking about the dysfunction over Prince George's county school district for over a year and a half now under Dr Maxwell's, I think a ham handed leadership we had so many scandals we had so many problems with the way they were graduating kids that weren't prepared to graduate. Then the pay raises the to the executives and the human resources people unauthorized thirty percent, in some cases, then his golden parachute. With all the money. He was able to make on his ouster. I was shocked to learn that your teachers are still under a pay freeze. How does that work? Let me let me clarify. Thanks. We we have we're not under a pay freeze. What has happened is? We did negotiate a step last year. And our teachers are getting a step in November. The issue is is that our steps were frozen for three years. In two thousand and nine ten eight. I can't remember exactly what years, but we were posing for three years was a frozen due to a collective bargaining agreement or it was frozen because of the economy, the economy's all over the country. There was the big depression when sharpened Obama, I came. So everybody said we don't we don't have the income. We need everybody to sacrifice. Right. And so there were actually four years that steps were not given to our teachers over the past ten years. And so what we're doing is. We're trying to figure out how do we make our teachers hold again compared to surrounding jurisdictions? We are we have been in negotiations with Dr Golson to she has. She's put out an RSP for a independent firm to come in. And. Look at what Prince George's county employees are making versus their counterparts. So that some significant recommendations can be made. So when they exercise that pay freeze on you, obviously there must be some kind of of language in the collective bargaining agreement that allows for Prince George's county to come back and say, listen guys, we got a freeze this. We can't give you the increases that we agreed to. But, but when they do that, I mean, understandable when things are tough you can't do that. But things are pretty good right now in Prince George's county, aren't they why we are on our on our toes about this pushing and pushing and pushing and I wanna ask all of our members of PGA to show up speak up and step up. So that we can get our steps back. We have we did an occupy Sasser on last year at the last board meeting of the year because we wanted to make sure that the that they understood that we're. We're done with all of the shenanigans. The the bigger issue for us right now. And I'm going to be candid with you is the kirwin commission funding and wrapping our arms around all of that casino money and make sure that it goes to our schools question one is came out of the general assembly, and it was not Larry Hogan's idea. He's a liar. I think that what we need to do is look at really who put that forward. And that was an initiative that came out of 'em SEA and Maryland general assembly so that it would be a constitutional amendment. So that they can't raid that casino money that's supposed to go to education and use it. Elsewhere like governor HOGAN has done over the past three years governor HOGAN on. We'll ask him. What we'll tell him the charge that you made. And we'll let him respond to you want me to come on. I'll be more than welcome. Well, we we'd rather have his opponent in the race. Come on. Actually, I if you can if you can let him know that we would love to have him as well, unless you're going to run against governor HOGAN, I know how to do that. We would love Mr John was to cut. But in the meantime, well, let's talk about what that question Israel fast that has to do with all of the casino gambling money in it that extra money that comes in. That's supposed to be coming in. As a result of the state gambling income is supposed to go straight to the the education. I guess the question here is does it supplement it supplement the right? Well, that's the question does that supplement the tax money. That's been going to the education fund in the state, or is it supposed to supplant the money, and they've been taking the money and using it. But to be fair your argument right now is not with the state of Maryland. Your argument is with Prince George's county, and the feckless leadership that you've had at at the hands of Dr Maxwell, I mean, that's the reason why we're sharing Baker was not our choice for county for for the governor. Right. And you put your power behind Mr. jealous, and we see how that worked out. Well, it's working out. Really good. Then jealous is gonna win. I'm not being ironic. You put your you gave your power to Mr.. You gave your power you gave your endorsement to Mr. Jellison, Mr. cellist got the nomination whether that translates to the general election has yet to be seen right now. Let's go back to what you're getting right now. From Prince George's county, though in the kind of reaction you're able to get right now from the school board. Are they on your side? Are they trying to fight for you? Because they didn't have a whole. I mean, they complained a lot about what the administrators were getting, but they don't factions on the school board. Yeah. Different factions on the school board, you had those that were complicit with Maxwell, and you had those that were critical, and there wasn't a a sort of unifying community group working with the school system. Maxwell was doing whatever he was told to do by the county executive. So what we have to do in. Prince George's county is the community has to come together to Maryland. The n AA CPI that the labor unions that worked for the school system. And and the citizens and demand what we should have for our school system and a plan that is going to put us on the right track right now, they'll probably council does one thing the Maryland general assembly does another thing the school system is doing other things and the employees of the school system are getting the short end of the day. I'm gonna ask you this I advise you odd because I feel bad for the teachers. I really do. I think that you guys have gotten short shrift by the elected officials who are. Supposed to be looking out for your best interests at why is it when you say the community needs to get together. You only name these really left wing liberal activist groups, why don't you reach across to some of the people like me who don't align ourselves with CASA de Maryland. Or frankly with the Democrats who were those elected officials who have screwed you guys. Why don't you build coalitions with other people of different political persuasions who might have? And what I will tell you is I'm not your average everyday democrat. And as a matter of fact, if you pull a video you can see from the democratic central committee meeting where I through the chains on the table. And I said we need to make sure that we are about the working people of Prince George's county, and that it's time for a revolution of sorts about what's going on in our school system. No other jurisdiction would tolerate this. And the and and my goal is to get the people in prince, George. County to stay woke about what's going on in our school system. And whether it's Dr golsen, whether it's Dr Maxwell, whoever it is. We've got issues that need to be addressed. And when you have fifteen percent of your teachers leaving on an annual basis that you have trained who can jump over the river over the anacostia and work in DC and make fifteen to twenty thousand dollars a year. More can go to our neighbors to the north and make fifteen to twenty thousand dollars a year more, it's a brain. And those that those veteran teachers are leaving and our children need that. Yeah. It's about the kids. It is about the kids Theresa Dudley. And that's why I wanted to have you on. So you can have your say, I just want you to know that the people who have been screwing you in screwing your membership. And and screwing the kids through the feckless attitude they've taken toward public schools. They all come from the same party. And maybe the solution is not making that. Party more woke maybe the solution is reaching across the aisle to people of another party who really do care about kids and might have some pretty good ideas. Like, I said, I appreciate you coming on. And when we have the governor will definitely let him respond to your charges. Well, we want good.
"dr maxwell" Discussed on Before the Millions
"Feel all thank you very much and then on trying to think of how can i give back to him so that i can feel right of began to feel right because what i did with cyclists cyber nets it took me about twenty three days twenty three days i was changed man now that was the beginning of me raising my self esteem on a permanent basis and now i can fan up onstage and people come hundreds of people coming they pay big money to hear what i have to say insert transition that was necessary in my life way back then cycles cybernetics by dr maxwell loss this stuff is real guys if you will take a little bit of time out of your life do a little bit of reading you may discover a world that has that is so much easier than the rule that you've been trying to operate it in bucking against the the forces but use the voices to go with you instead of against you allow the to take you law the river to take you downstream flow with it rather than buck against it and try to paddle upstream it doesn't work doesn't work at all reggie you've you've had a ton of amazing experiences throughout your life you've discovered a pet that not many or privy to win you know it's one of those things where you've been able to practices for the past forty years and knew learn every single that you learn new things all the time you're reading your used to properly still have mentors in you know in the last five years what new beliefs or what new behaviors are habits have most improved your life.
"dr maxwell" Discussed on Before the Millions
"My neighbor wants when when i was reading his book or by the way the name this book in change my life i've written down another book because i wanted to be ready for that with since for now i have to write this down choose gone psycho cybernetics he ate wines c h o cybernetics ac why be are in e is e s by dr maxwell malts emi l tease e now that will change my life what it gave me was the greatest tool that i can use to create would ever kind of life i wanna create i can use this as a tool to create it so i began to use it the first time that i saw it actually worked i was i'd always had very low self esteem when i was coming up very low self esteem i a people pleaser trying to be accepted by everybody didn't think that i deserved anything my until until when someone would give me something like a gift around christmas time i would feel compelled to give them something bigger because i didn't feel like i deserve that until i can write the ship and give them some beijinger so my mamer gives me something for christmas and a you're not been reading this book and have been exercising and he says guest something else where you'll want you to come up to the house in okay in denouncing little bit nervous but i felt a lot better than i've ever feel accepting you get he had a chair at the end of the of this little dinning area and he had all these other seats in chairs facing and there were people in any he had me sit in one chair they gave me a gear and i open it thank you so much man look at this awhile it's a gun knauss not a gun to click all the player drums us on this is real cool you now how the box of obama's cigars to go with my fire in the thing is i feel different i didn't.
"dr maxwell" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"Toby and chilly in the morning with chilean marin all your headlights prince george's county public schools ceo kevin maxwell resigning in an email yesterday dr maxwell said he knows the next county executive will make a leadership change and he wants to focus on a smooth transition for the next school year the caps now have a two games to one lead in their eastern conference semifinal series against the penguins alex ovechkin scored with just sixty seven seconds remaining in the game to give the caps a four to three win last night game four set for tomorrow night and facebook's going to be introducing a new privacy control feature facebook ceo mark zuckerberg said that the clear history feature will allow users to flush their history whenever they want a lot like how you clear the cookies and history in a web browser right now we've got clear skies and fifty four degrees at five thirty six and coming up in showbiz buzz and just a few minutes someone in in sync hooked up with a spice girl i wonder who that could have been more coming up in just a few it's toby and chilly in the morning on ninety seven point one wash fm is always no so is just jake is an mba begins to much us show jason toby and chilly in the morning on ninety seven point one wash fm space.
"dr maxwell" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"National i'm a real defund washington's mall w a mayo liri o'connor show am six thirty coming up at the bottom of this hour chairman joe mendelson of the district council we will ask him about the well apparent anti semitism that seems to be tolerated in that political body also ever broza thirties a member of the prince george's county school board as we have a development there the dr maxwell who runs the prince county prince george's county schools has decided to step down amid many many allegations of problems wrongdoing under his stewardship so we'll cover both of those issues happening right here in the greater washington area coming up in the next thirty minutes but this moment right now we are looking at the national topics most specifically this list of questions from special counsel robert muller that was leaked to the new york times i'm sure by now this happened last night around eight o'clock i think or seven o'clock so right after this program by now that you're aware of those questions you're aware the basic contents of them the president has tweeted out that this is a witch hunts all of these questions basically have to do with obstruction which is true and hardly at ha he said none has to do with collusion technically i think there's one or two that might have something to do with collusion on behalf of the campaign but certainly not behalf on behalf of the president himself and so he said that this is a witch hunt and that there's no collusion in any of these questions i ask you do you think the president should answer the special counsel's questions either in writing or in an actual live deposition.
"dr maxwell" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420
"Anxiety of always played a big part in this game so i'm thinking it really kirk off and keith if you remember this in your growing up there was a wonderful contributing author writer his name was dr david morley who had actually written a few articles for golf digest and talking about the psychological fear the cycle lodge hazards the fear of not getting a big fear of getting the ball over the bunker over the water the fear of playing in front of people so keith even nice little treatise on that in golf digest a couple of issues and i never read those back in nineteen seventy five seventy six because i use a lot of any nation as sort of a reference material for you know my nationalist thesis so i did a lot of interviews over time and the next couple of years to do that matches but he was one of the first and then there was maxwell malts the same plastic surgeon dr maxwell malts who talked about psycho cybernetics and they stocked it back you when he was playing in the pga tour was living at big proponent of that book talking about the mind and serve of mechanisms and always taking your mind where you want it to go so if you wanna talk about very we're all this mental game stuff came it came from dr david morley came from dr maxwell malts and then people like no dr bob rotella who it really with the golf digest schools but you know bob tostes me and then people like myself who had actually studied but bob and several others but many of us were out there in the nineteen seventy s and nineteen eighties and we've actually sorta developed this craft of wonderful field sports psychology now recognized as division forty seven at american psychological association there are there are several wonderful sports psychology nationally accredited organizations and.
"dr maxwell" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420
"Young and old com more of actually played the game strengthening zayed you've always played a big part in this game so i'm really thinking it really cook cost and chief if he remembered seeing in your growing up it was a wonderful uh contributing ofter writer his name of dr david morley who had actually written a few articles were golf digest and talking about the psychological sheer the psychological hazards uh the fear of not getting a big cheer getting the ball over the bunker over the water the fear of playing and five people so keep a nice little us on that engulfed digest a couple of issues of the league goes back and making seventy five seventy six because i used to know a lot of and you're a nation that sort of those up as material for you know by nationalist pieces i saw a lot of interviews over the all the time but the next couple of years to do that masters but he was one of the first and then there was maxwell mall uh the frame a plastic surgeon dr maxwell malt talked about psycho cybernetics and dave stockton back you know when either playing in the pga tour live yet big proponent of that book talking about the mind and suitable mechanisms and all week taking your mind where you want it to go so if you wanna talk about very we're all this metal gained stuff came a came from dr stephen morley came from like dr maxwell malls and then people like no dr bob rotella who is really with the golf digest schools but you know bob taskey cents knee and then people like myself who had actually studied with bob and and several others but many of us were out there in the 1970s the 1980s and we've actually so to develop this crap the wonderful field a sports psychology now recognised as division forty seven at america psychological association they're all but there are several wonderful sports psychology nationally accredited organizations and uh it's it's really a ferry booming sports science uh but.
"dr maxwell" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"This started with the vaccine thing but on one of the doctors use one in the lead researchers in that movie to crack down axed from the tribeca film festival called faxed he is a british doctor who met with trump that was supposed to be a quick meeting in ended up being an hour and a half talking about vaccines and how trump according to what this dr maxwell said trump had said to him that he knows families affected by these vaccines and autism things like that and that this was going to be something that was on his personal gender i'm hoping that that's still going to be the case of and in general just going up against big pharma i mean every one buckles to it really it's crazy cory booker buckled if not bernie sanders put out a bill at the beginning of this year he wanted to lower prescription drug prices cory booker one against it because new jersey is filled with big pharma yep it's a joke hoaglund that is a if cory booker and he well if he ran zazi rents for president 2020 is at an effort not to vote for him or will it matters they well too i mean it has to depend on who is running against what the other issues are i mean i i don't think one person and i just hope that's why say hopeful well that with trump because he's he doesn't seem to have any allegiance really to anybody so i was hoping that that well something he tackles i think the i don't think cory booker he's running anyway but if you if you look at the uh the appointments that had been made by the trump administration i'm not sure of the beginning how much of an influence pence had verses trump and who to put in there where to find him now whether that still is the case or not but this a horrible this go to the cbs website was i can't spend any more time talking about right now but to bring it to your attention this whole business especially the congressional side mitch mcconnell's role in this the legislation that passed the senate they passed the house a no objections no recorded votes it's this kind of stuff that we are it's.
"dr maxwell" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"There have been allegations in the past maryland state department of education investigated they found no evidence at all and he said that these are all spurious accusations which your response well if you look closely at letter that will provide accua yesterday for the first uh the born ever knew that in the common an investigative prior to fail if i didn't my colleagues over the last twenty four hours uh there were a i have given through the us department of education at eleven under the same thing um your reputation from the department of education uh the person who made the allegation reporter anonymously info they were never interviewed by mfb info the contact conduct maxwell duct amac will refer them to a half full of other individual and the spoke of the person who made the claim never had the opportunity or could not have the opportunity to how or with this document because with anonymous and if he had nowhere contact what we're suggestion of the mst come back to the table investigate and we have a very long list a whistle blower who will help inform their investigation now a again back to dr maxwell who is the ceo of prince george's county schools key is said that this is a politically motivated a letter that you and your colleagues have sent that the two that this is all about politics it it is there is there a rift here because i you've been on her program before and you criticize did dr maxwell with regard to the policies that i laid out there with regard to the teachers being put on suspension the from the school so what what's what's at play here i can tell you that every single person who thought that letters will retain graduate a whole host of i am the longestserving member of the school board i care deeply i'm dedicated in higher professional life for them and so it is per pill because i hear a love the school district but i do to every renewing your way to have a loved that long uh.
"dr maxwell" Discussed on WRVA
"And many of them contain letters of support and follow up contacts from subject to poke they had been authentically helped it's the thanks leave if the greatest record it's the greatest documentation that second goal phenomenon the we have in the modern world this up term of the book is the positive mind metta physics of edgar casey tell me about that that's as important as the block that's right edgar had his own positive mind philosophy in its reflected in the title of the book mind as builder you believe that our life holmes from a spiritual source but that spiritual source is channel through our thought the influence of the higher the importance of caught of a higher power is still an experienced but what you're thinking right now and that are thought to have a creative mechanism that impact the world around us so it in essence like reproduce is like so if you focal we are spiritual being score kind of receptive or sort channels ourselves and every moment for a cosmic implements is gotten from a higher power from hire laws and we have to watch are and earned pension an ideal very carefully because things are being reproduced around us all the time in the literal back second so i bet medics which is a great part a ball in the written in the book by dr maxwell mall what's in what he was a plastic surgeon was only that's right so chris ever then it's is an interesting case because for people who don't have spiritual beliefs for people who don't respond to the term but i just use like cause i'm after hire last or higher power.
"dr maxwell" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"World these this up ten with the book is the positive mind medicine six of edgar casey tell me about that that's as important as the book that's right edgar had his own positive mind philosophy in its reflected in the title of the book mind as builder you believe that from a spiritual source but that spiritual stores it's channel through our thought the influence of the higher the importance of go out of the hire power it's still an experienced i would you thinking right now and that aren't open up a creative mechanism that impact the world around us so it in essence like reproduce is like so i do focal when your spiritual being score kind of receptive or sort channels ourselves and every moment for cosmic employing tuesday from a higher power from hire loyalist and we have to watch are and earned pension and ideals very carefully because things are being reproduced around us all the time in literal back like also i bet next which is a great part of all of this written a book by dr maxwell mall what's the you know he was a plastic surgeon was only that's right like a sabermetrics is an interesting case because for people who don't at spiritual beliefs for people who don't respond to the term but i just use like cut him after hide a lot your hire power like a said been medics is a stat killer version of the alonso p maxwell malls with the cubs medic surgeon living in new york city and he made a remarkable discovery he found that he was a really pioneering cut medic surgeon i'm in this guy was working just up to world war two want people who are suffering from turned in this figuring accidentally he was giving second life to people who it suffered real physical mentality and.
"dr maxwell" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"But that spiritual stores it's channel through our thoughts the influence of the higher the importance of god of a higher power it's still inexperienced but what you're thinking right now and that are thought because of a creative mechanism that impact the world around us so it in essence like reproduce is like so i do focal when your spiritual being score kind of receptive or sort channels ourselves and every moment for cosmic employment from gotten from a higher power from hire laws and we have to watch are thought and earned tension in the right deal very carefully because of the things are being reproduced around the time in literal sack second so i dominik which is a great puerto ball i'm sure written a book by dr maxwell mall what's in what he was a plastic surgeon was only that's right like a seven six is an interesting case because for people who don't have spiritual beliefs for people who don't respond to the term but i just use like cut him after hire larger higher power i could have been medics is a sec killer version of this philosophy maxwell malls with the cubs medic surgeon living in new york city and he made a remarkable discovery he found that he was a really pioneering cut medic surgeon i'm in this guy was working just after world war two and people who worth suffering from turn this figuring accidentally he was giving second life to people who it's up.