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Fauci Says US Headed in 'Wrong Direction' on Coronavirus
"The nation's top infectious disease expert says the country is in an unnecessary predicament of soaring Kobe cases fueled by unvaccinated Americans and the beer let delta variant describing himself as very frustrated Dr Anthony Fauci says we're going in the wrong direction and that recommending vaccinated people wear masks is under active consideration by the government's leading public health officials conversations he's taken part in he made the comments yesterday on CNN also saying booster shots may be suggested for certain people who have already been vaccinated more than a hundred and sixty three million people or forty nine percent of the total U. S. population are fully vaccinated I'm Julie Walker
Will We Still Use Masks When All the Mandates Expire?
"Jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story. Dr mitsukoshi hori is a professor of schumann university in japan. He's currently working at its overseas campus chaucer college and canterbury in the uk. He has a phd in sociology and has studied the history of mask wearing in japan. Hello professor horry. Hello hi before. We talk about eastern versus western views on the practice of mask-wearing. Maybe you could just go way back and explain. When did public mask wearing for health reasons originate. Yes three shows. It's only tonight's in the west. The practice of muscle building was by the carey out in the especially medical institutions across the west also in japan. I think the musk willing was popularized during the spanish flu onto make then i think public. Musk willing encouraged in the west Both in europe on the north america in the case was a ban it was introduced to the japanese authorities during the time at the practice commodity carried out in the in the west. Then his authority impetus Japan so that was kind of the footage of mosque wearing and after that pandemic past. Where did the practice remain in. Where did it vanish. It remained in japan. But somehow it's disappeared in north america and europe and i stood on though why disappears. So that's the kind of you know the big mystery. Probably we need further research on will and that's
The Mask-Mandate Debate Is Back as COVID-19 Cases Surge in the U.S.
"In the us in that fourth wave of covert. There could be a major shift in the cdc's mask recommendations men. An alarming number of new cases. Nationwide making fitzgerald has the latest tonight. The worst case scenario among the unvaccinated. If you're like going back into battle again and it's definitely it's definitely a another way. The highly contagious delta variant fuelling a surge of new cases across the country dire warnings from the nation's top. Dr going into the fall with the delta variant we could have a really serious problem with a considerable surge of infections the variant sweeping through the south texas arkansas and florida accounting for forty percent of new cases in the country but in miami thousands packing a stadium for a live concert here literally drowning and people as the cdc now says they could recommend mass for the fully vaccinated indoors joining cities like los angeles. St louis and new orleans but in arkansas a new law banning mass mandates goes into effect. This week it's important and not to have the current debate about mask wearing but have the current emphasis on getting a vaccine only forty nine percent of the country's fully vaccinated those without the shots making up ninety nine point five percent of cova deaths frontline workers once again with urgent please to the public. We are seeing younger patients. All unvaccinated are sicker. Dr michael building has been working in the cove award in fayetteville arkansas. Since the start of the pandemic he seeing more kobe patients now than ever before. What would it mean. The union collie more people vaccinated less pain and suffering and call less families to tell them their their loved. Ones didn't make it.
India Monsoon Death Toll Rises as Search for Missing Continues
NFL Sets Stiff Penalties for the Unvaccinated
"Is cracking down to get players to get Covid 19 vaccines Just days before training camps began, All 32 teams got a memo saying outbreaks among unvaccinated players could cause teams to forfeit games. That would be costly for both the teams and players CBS this morning Saturday, co host Dana Jacobson explains Why there's this no nonsense approach. There's Brady's past Grand Kowske. At the end of the 2020 NFL season, the league managed to crown a champion. Getting there wasn't easy. Covid outbreaks among teams forced the league to reschedule several games, which caused logistical and financial headaches. NFL team owners want to have these games played in full and as safely as possible. Jonathan Jones is a CBS sports NFL insider. He says the league hopes to avoid a repeat of last year, which is why it sent a memo to all 32 teams Thursday, warning that if a covid spike on a team postpones again, which can't be rescheduled, the team responsible will have to forfeit shoulder the financial losses and players on both teams won't get paid. The memo upset several league stars like opera wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins, who posted then deleted this tweet being put in a position to hurt my team because I don't want to partake in the vaccine is making me question my future in the NFL. He later posted. I got about nine more years than me. You look at the monetary side of this, and of course, it does not benefit the owners to miss out on any of these games. Jones says The NFL memo is proof that owners don't think enough players are protected. You want to be able to deliver on the entire 17 game schedule and then play a full postseason and deliver Product to all of your fans, all of your media partners, Dr.
"Triad of Comedy" featuring Don Friesen, Steve Smith, and "Mr. Bullhorm" Glen Super Show #75 - burst 01
"Right now one of the funniest on the road ladies and gentlemen. Here's done freezing talking appliances in the next couple of years ago but talk to your kitchen. Is that gonna help our lives. Life done goofy burke. Microwave say cook you say how hot the blender and the toes we'll keep you up on that was Losing weight and have fridges pissed. Cheer loud he took it wrong. Going to couples. Counseling blender with issues. You know enough cities with your toaster. On the dr phil show. So you're just and he just want to come home. Have your bread all ready to go up. They know understand guys. Never see that coming like Yeah that's pretty much what i do. Who do you think you like a dr phil. Alarm clock heavy great. How can you sleep through that. You need to wake up. You need to wake up. Wake up this news more than twice as war. Were you walk in the jimmy j. christmas. Did i miss a turn off to crazy town here
Interview With Dr. Joanna Bryson of the Hertie School
"John able to catch up today. And i know we're going to be speaking about the future of human experience when it comes to the evolution of ai. I've liked to win this series. Start with where things are starting to roll forward already today. In different experts have different opinions. You have very unique of your own. I know you can think longer term but when you think about a as of now in terms of how it's altering how we live. What normal is what do you think of the most significant bits. They're already i'm first of all. I'm really glad that you asked that a lot of people. Think of as something. That's a future thing that might or might not happen whereas artificial intelligence of software techniques that we've had for decades and so it really is important but we're talking about the distant future to think about while japan what you mean Passed so we really do have to look at the last fifty years on how we've been altered already by digital technology. Now one of the tricks you may have noticed just slide. It sideways into digital technology from a and that's because a lot of the conversations that definitions the arguments people get into around the term. Ai so if what you mean by a i is something. That's exactly like a person than i would. Basically argued at length with us that you will never have that exactly traduced but something. That isn't a person you know a lot of what it is to be. Human is the set of constraints that we have as apes right. And that alters how can learn what we can proceed what actions were capable of some time rate at which able to respond since like that. Okay so you're not gonna get that something that you On is just not like that. But if what you mean what i mean when i talk about artificial intelligence as the subset of all intelligent things which somebody's made intentionally right. It's an artifact so talents modified artifacts not not not rocket science. But you'd be surprised. How much will argue with that.
Dr. Dre Ordered to Pay Almost $300K in Monthly Spousal Support
"Dre, We're going to talk about this. Is ordered to pay his ex wife $293,306 a month. And spousal support. It covers homes in Malibu in Pacific Palisades and her health insurance. That is to stay in effect until she either marries Or dies. So that's a win for her is what I'm saying
COVID-19 Detection in Masks and Wearables
"Our guest. Today is dr peter godwin. He's from the institute of biologically inspired engineering. Which sounds like a really cool really cool place to work. Yeah welcome to the podcast newman. Thank you yes so this is really cool. Because anyone who's listening to the podcast understands cove in nineteen the pandemic and many of the health implications that we've seen come from it. How important is early detection in solving a pandemic Well devon. I think that most epidemologists have told as it's an essential part of our toolbox for doing with the spread of a pandemic and especially early on in a pandemic and throughout epidemic that still raging the one that we have right now. You really need to understand where the the virus spreading and quickly it spreading so that you can implement a measures to kind of tamp down that spread such as a social measures as well as technical technology measures such as vaccines Things of that sort. So surveillance is key in Trying to prevent the virus from spreading in so currently were doing tests of this kind of surveillance but how is that being done right now and is that really enough shirts so right now there's two main ways of doing testing for individuals. One is the gold standard and that is something called. Pcr so a pr tests or rtp. Cr test basically takes the virus from an individual sample such as you know nasal swab that we've seen People get and what it does. Amplifies up that genomic signature of the virus. So you're actually looking at the viral genome and you're amplifying it up so that you can test it. Unfortunately this again. This is the gold standard but unfortunately required a laboratory. So you need a you need a technician And it it's it. It takes quite some time for that sample to go to the laboratory laboratory to process the samples and then information back out
Oklahoma New Virus Cases Top 1,000 for Third Day
"The government continues its push to get more people vaccinated against cope with nineteen while some municipalities look at new virus restrictions the city of Saint Louis is about to impose a mask mandate to address a sharp increase included nineteen cases spurred by the delta variant masks will be mandatory in indoor public places and public transportation even for those who are vaccinated president Biden campaigning for a candidate in Virginia again urged people to get the shots if you're fully vaccinated you're safer with a hardware protection but if you're not vaccinated you are not a baton Rouge Dr Vincent Shaw think social media's driving some of the reluctance of university of medicine is not what I follow or subscribe to movie nineteen cases of nearly tripled in the US over the last two weeks driven by the explosion of the new delta variant I'm Jackie Quinn
Plants Could Be Used to Remediate Polluted Sites
"Went up to peter erskine head of the center for mind land rehabilitation sets off on a field trip. He takes a gun with him. An x ray gun with a small. Lcd screen this is a expert. Fluorescence spectrometer geologists use them to find mineral deposits. Its initial screening tool. And you've got three leaves next to it on the bench here. Why would you point this x ray gun at some leaves. Because we're interested in the elements inside the lease and so these three species in front of us include two species which manganese harper accumulators and one species. Which is a nickel harper accumulate. Harper accumulated is a plant. That accumulates a mineral tickly trace elements. At least a ten fold increase upon. What a norplant does so. When we fire the gun we can see the very high concentrations of those particular minerals. Dr eskin believes these hyper accumulator. Plots could be used to farm metals. Which is why he takes his gun out into the field. He points it. At least it's like the ones in front of us to find species that absorb unusually high levels of metals from the soil. Well the gun works pretty much like any gun. You pull the trigger and it fires. And in this case it was an x ray and the x ray interact with the elements within the leaf and that fluorescent energy is detected by detector within the gun so as i place the gun over the top of the leaf we will start to see flourescence of the different elements that are in this in this case. This is kodiak which is a south african species. A nickel is around seventeen hundred parts per million so it is a nickel harp became will as the threshold behind doctor erskine a draws of neatly filed plot samples from australia and the pacific. He and his colleagues have been scouring the region for new species those that can tolerate high levels of metals and the could be used in fighter mining or mining with plots
What Is Your Love Language?
"Let's talk about the love languages. Maybe you've heard of this concept. The five lovling. Just comes from dr gary chapman. He's american author. He's a pastor radio talk show host and he described five ways romantic partners express and receive love so the basic idea is that everyone gives and receives love differently but when we figure our language and our partners will better be able to communicate our love and strengthen our relationships and the cool thing is that gary chapman was a pastor so he was like seeing couples for like twenty five years. And that's how we pinpointed these and they make a lot of sense and in fact i've often recommended. Two couples figure your partners lovling which is like an easy way to jump. Start a more loving relationship. It's helped a lot of couples get through resentments and not going to solve all your problems. But it's really eye-opening and ever since i i learned about the love languages probably almost a decade ago. I think about it all the time. I think about it with people my life. It's not just lovers. I think about my own languages. I think about my employees. So it's really helpful so i just wanted to break it down for you so you understand it. So there's five ways of experiencing love and we want all of these. Don't get me wrong but we all tend to have one to two primary love languages for example one of them's gifts and sure i love getting a gift. But that's not my primary love language. And i just wanted to. You remember that we can express all the love languages and they're all important but what we're talking about here is finding out your primary love language. So what are the five languages. It's acts of service gift-giving physical touch quality time and words of affirmation
Grant Stinchfield: Ronnie Johns Made a Secret Deal With Louisiana's Governor
"Follow him onto a stench field. Seventeen seventy six grant. Welcome back to america. I dr genes so get to beyond you so you went to a specific local story which was shocking and it's a levels of corruption. Which would you read tell it here for a millions of listeners across the nation so this was about the louisiana bill i take it. Is that what you're talking about. The guy who was on the the constitutional carry bill and then the guy who was offered the the game can emission a job. Just what will list magin. Nobody knows about this story because everybody needs to hear it. I am so glad you asked me about this. Because just today was announced as the gaming commissioner. I'm talking about state representative ronnie johns of louisiana This is a guy that made a secret deal with the governor to not show up to vote on constitutional carry which is the veto override session. So consider this dr g. The senate passed the bill. The house passes the bill. They have a democrat. Governor anti gun anti freedom governor in louisiana de vetoes the bill. Well he may say deal with this. Ronnie johns whitney surgery two weeks ago. Please don't show up that way. We can override the veto with a super majority. He made another deal with another guy there. Too for some bridge in his in his district and lo and behold what happens if fails in the veto session and just today. It is announced by the governor that ronnie johns will have the gaming commissioner seats Or spot as the gaming commissioner in the state of louisiana knows louisiana. The game commissioner is a very powerful position This is the height of arrogance. It's the height of trading political favors at the expense of the people that elected. You people should be outraged. And i actually think there ought to be an investigation. If it's not illegal it should
Fauci Says Covid Vaccines Save Lives
"Than ever, Dr. Anthony Fauci doubles down on his belief that Covid vaccines save lives Most of the time you're dealing with either a symptomatic infection well, mildly symptomatic. The vaccine is still very protective. Against severe disease leading to hospitalization and death. His words come as the dangerous Delta surge brings a tidal wave of new cases in the U. S. A. B
An Olympic Opening Ceremony for an Olympics Like None Other
"Opening ceremony for the two thousand twenty olympics kicks off in a few hours in tokyo. Only about a thousand spectators will be allowed in olympic stadium. Including first lady dr jill biden. Who is leading a us. Diplomatic delegation
Valleywise Health May Mandate Covid-19 Vaccine for Employees
"Employees and 1500 contractors in the next few weeks, Chief Clinical Officer Michael White reports no core virus outbreaks among staff. We certainly have seen intermittent employees and team members that have had covid 19 disease and have been positive. We do not have any employees out today with covid that I am aware of. Dr. White applauds banners decision He wants to protect his staffers from possible peace. Patient surges, especially as the Delta variance Higgins more people. Sports betting is speeding into Arizona and
Rare Breakthrough COVID Cases Raise Concern
"Sharp uptick in Covid cases in the U. S. For the first time in nearly three months, the United States reported more than 50,000 cases in a day. CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr John the Poop on another point of concern breakthrough infection. Dr. Paul Dupre is a vaccine researcher. He says it's crucial for people to get vaccinated. So there's less virus to mutate into a more infectious version, like the Delta variant, which has likely been causing the increased reports of breakthrough cases compared with previous versions of the virus. There's evidence Delta may attach to lung cells more efficiently. And a recent study found the Delta variant produced about 1000 times more virus in the nose than the original strain. It's not just about staying out of hospital and staying out of a coffin. It's about stopping. The likely heard that that virus will change shield in part by the contagious Delta variant. The lion's share of new cases were in a half dozen states. They are Arkansas, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri and Nevada. How many D C residents who have been fully
How To Use Pop-Up Stores To Create Your Competitive Advantage | Ep. 4 - burst 3
"I recently attended a local pop shop event in case you're not familiar with the term. A pop up shop sometimes referred to his flash retailing is a trend where an entrepreneur opens up a sales space for a short amount of time. Usually one day. The idea behind this tactic is to generate interest in your products. Make sales and engage your brand with potential customers however the ability to market effectively is a pain point for many small businesses and it was a recurring theme at this event in this episode. We discuss how to attract more customers to your business by understanding your competitive advantages in using your strengths to promote your brand. Stay with us your business. Transformation begins now. Welcome to the knowledge. Catalyst in this podcast. We help small business. Owners accelerate their growth by using knowledge as a strategic asset. Our show is focused on discovering hidden knowledge. Insights small business owners and entrepreneurs can use to build stronger customer relationships better products and increase profitability. If you're looking for innovative tools techniques and strategies to grow your business invest in your success with your host. Dr orlando's guilt in hello and welcome to episode four of the knowledge catalyst in this episode. We take a deeper look at the brand trust. Customer dynamic often misunderstood by small business owners exhibiting at events like weakened pop up shops before we begin it is important to note that pop up events present. Small business owners with a unique opportunity to directly interact with customers. Here is a typical scenario. A potential customer walks up to your booth and will you about your product or the company. At this point you will start to give your sales pitch upon completion of your presentation. The customer may have a few questions will thank you politely. And move to the next vendor. Does this sound familiar question. What value did the customer received from this interaction. A few business owners may reflect on the last discussion to see if they can improve their presentation while others will repeat the same sales pitch for the duration of the event. This interaction highlights the pain point. We touched on in the pre show introduction namely the ability to market effectively. So let's analyze this discussion in more detail. When a customer asks you about your product or company what they really want to know is why should they buy from you. First every prospect you interact with his providing you with valuable observational information and marketing insights like age ethnicity nationality gender income marital status and brand affinities from items like purses clothes jewelry and shoes. You can also gather high level inferences about their personality opinions attitudes and beliefs therefore before while giving your sales pitch you should engage prospects in a discussion to learn more about them in tailor your presentation. According to their wants or needs that emphasize the benefits they will receive using your products again. Remember your main focus should be on providing value second to build trust. You must demonstrate an understanding of products competitive with yours in substitutes. The customer may consider purchasing in lieu of buying from you. This is an important concept in a key. Part of building your brand knowing your competitive advantages and how your product is positioned relative to the competition will yield big dividends so what is a competitive advantage and more importantly. Why should you care a competitive advantage. As a capability or characteristic that enables a company to outperform the competition this allows a company to achieve higher profit margins and creates value for the company. A competitive advantage must be difficult if not impossible to duplicate. If it is easily copied or imitated it is not considered a sustainable competitive advantage in other words a competitive advantage differentiates your company from the competition. It contributes to the ability to set higher prices. Attract more customers and promotes brand loyalty. Establishing a competitive advantage is one of the most important goals for any company however finding or creating a competitive advantage challenging thus before a competitive advantage can be created. it is important to know the following one. You must be clear. On the benefit your product of service provides it must offer real value for example will the benefit offer convenience save money provide personal satisfaction prestige or security to what are the characteristics of your ideal customer and target market and finally who are your competitors. And what are they offering. When a small business goes to market highlighting. Its unique competitive advantages ensure your advantages are specific in not too vague for customers to appreciate for example. Don't promise customers. You will ship out their orders as fast as you can make the advantage clear and easy to grasp instead promised to ship all orders made before four thirty. Pm on the same day they were ordered and you have an advantage. Customers can easily understand. Here is another example. Saying you have the best. Customer service isn't going to translate into a competitive advantage however initiating a unique policy that directly benefits. Your customers will certainly count as a competitive advantage. And we'll be the reason people choose your business over your competitors the key to successfully gaining a competitive advantage as to make a clear concise an easily recognizable distinction between your business and others in your industry to be easily recognizable. The advantage must be demonstrable and easily proven to customers. This will build trust remember customers. Do not buy from people or companies. They do not trust keeping up with marketing trends and not being left behind is a vital aspect of creating a competitive advantage for example if your competitors are using mobile apps and mobile websites your business should also go mobile before. You're the only one who hasn't failing to go. Mobile could make it more difficult for you to attract new customers however if you launch mobile apps as well at a minimum it will help keep your business competitive. A well run. Business might identify multiple competitive advantages when developing a marketing strategy but be cautious about casting too wide a net and weakening the impact of the advantages. Identify the ones that will bring in the most money and focus on those. Of course the biggest mistake companies make is to promise a competitive advantage that they can't deliver this leads to unsatisfied customers. Who won't return not to mention the loss of potential new customers. If you received bad reviews often you're competing in an environment where advantages are slide. in subtle. your advantages may not be apparent or your offer maybe similar to the competition that for all intents and purposes. It's the same but even if that's the case you still have to answer the question posed earlier. Why should a customer buy from you. You need an edge something that triggers the all important purchase decision. So at this point you may wonder how can i create competitive advantages for my business. Here is a list of six common approaches. You can use to create a competitive advantage one. Focus on your online reputation. Today consumers compare reviews on most products and services before purchasing. If you're at the top of the list in terms of your ratings and review comments it gives you a strong competitive advantage. Reputation management is now a vital marketing tactic. Not only do you need to earn positive reviews with great service. You also need to make sure they appear across multiple review platforms google in particular conversely a negative review put. Small businesses at a distinct disadvantage. It's a problem that can jeopardize your business to get the most out of reviews elicit specific comments from customers that reflect the most important aspects of the value you deliver us testimonials on your website that feature names and ideally pictures of actual clients consumers today. Want to know what your customers have to say about you. They trust this content and they expect to find it. Make sure your top rated in your market number to develop a clear and specific value proposition. Your value proposition is where you most directly provide an answer to the question of why a consumer should choose you. This is where you make your case even if your service has basically the same as dozens of other providers you must create a message that distinguishes you from the competition. Maybe you have a slight price delivery advantage. It may come down to customer service. Perhaps you have a unique specialty or work better with a particular type of customer when you develop a value proposition. You answer the in spoken question on. Everyone's mind what's in it for me without this answer. You're just another face in the crowd number three. Be the best information resource. The internet is often called the information superhighway and consumers use it with a keanae to find businesses. That offer unbiased useful information. Informational content through blogs videos and social media gives you a competitive advantage in multiple ways. I when you fill information gaps. That help people solve a problem. You are in trust. People feel like you're doing them a favor and even feel a sense of obligation to work with you because you help them. For example appliance parts. Pros does an excellent job of providing information on their youtube channel. They provide clear. Do it yourself. Instructions offering information to support the use of their products. As a natural part of the service they provide take a look at your market or their information gaps that tend to cause hesitation with buyers. If there are new filled with the high quality useful information you create a powerful competitive advantage. Number four be likable. This is a competitive advantage. Few businesses consider but its impact is huge people. Bhai from people. they like. they're drawn to brands. They have a sense of affinity with the question. Businesses face has to use online marketing to create a likable presence. There have never been better ways to use marketing. Collateral to create a friendly relationship with prospective clients think no further than having facebook friends or the personal touch of instagram photos. Social media is a great opportunity for a business to express its personality. You can be personable. Funny even reverend if it's done properly if you can get people to laugh you've helped your sales 'cause it's also useful to create a voice for your website and other marketing collateral voices the personality or a part of your branding that lets visitors. No there are warm funny carrying people behind your business. Content the internet is full of dry uninspired business content most business owners think they must be dull to sound professional putting some personality into your content as an effective way to be more likable which is a big competitive advantage when surrounded by dull sales copy from your competitors number five segment your target audiences. Most smaller businesses have one marketing campaign that targets all their ideal customers. Notice the word one in the previous sentence. Small businesses can create a big competitive advantage by running multiple marketing campaigns. Marketing is not one size fits all people respond to content that is reflective of their lifestyles and specific to their needs in other words. If someone searches for healthy snacks for truckers. They want to see content that connects directly to that search. If a homeowner wants a deal on a water heater replacement they're more likely to convert on a landing page. That specifically has a deal on water heater installation. Likewise it's powerful to segment campaigns based on demographics if you're targeting baby boomers you won't do well with ads that feature people in their twenties. Smaller businesses typically skipped campaign segmentation because it requires more work in a larger marketing budget. Therefore it gives you a big competitive advantage when customer segmentation has done with precision and finally number six collect and use data to make informed decisions. One sure way to failure as to expend minimal effort setting up an advertising campaign. you can't set and forget your marketing and expect to be competitive digital activities. Leave a trail that marketing contract using data. You can identify what works. And what does not then use the data collected to refine your copy split test. Ads refine your target markets and measure conversion rates. The key takeaways from today's discussion are to use the pop up shop event as a data collection opportunity. By using the knowledge insights collected. You can identify create the competitive advantages which provide the most value to your customers. The pop up shop as also an excellent occasion to test and refine your marketing strategy. If you'd like to learn step by step how to create a competitive advantage for your business. Visit our learning center at the knowledge. Callous dot com. We appreciate you joining us. For another episode of knowledge catalyst be sure to visit the show notes to receive your free e book and don't forget to like share and subscribe to our show. Thank you for listening. And until our next episode keep investing in your success and remember learning is the key to transform yourself and your business.
"dr z." Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
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"dr z." Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"The story is called the tooth man when i was about six years old in two thousand and four. My mom started taking my sister to dr daniels pediatric dental office. The dental center was located inside a giant yellow mansion. That also double this dr daniels house so hold on. So that is something. I'm not aware of at all. I know so. I knew his family a little bit. He's he had kids were my age. He was like mom and dad. He's like a year or two older. The mom and dad got. We always went to winchester center. By the time we were done. He got divorced and moved up. I remember that yeah. We'll go up to and over and it had some crazy talk some crazy manager like swimming pools and all this shit god. It was a gorgeous place. When i first started going to the dentist i was extremely shy and actually suffered from selective mutism and they had a lot of autistic like ten needless to say i relied heavily on my mother's comfort and for someone to give me a voice because it was extremely anxiety. Inducing for me to talk to strangers and especially men for some reason old on the great tom. Petty documentary references before running down dream. the thought was great is on amazon. Prime the campbell says the heartbreakers have a a strict song. Coda don't bore us get to the chorus. That's what i would say that this. Show me the money like i understand. You got mom issues. And i understand you like let's get to bihar in you know. Let's just meet. That was called. No let's not meet. let's meet let's just me. it's not. Let's not fucking boris. Okay there you go. It's a better title. Gets to this fucking thing. Go ahead but my sister. And i got called into the waiting room armani.
"dr z." Discussed on The National Desk
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"dr z." Discussed on The National Desk
"People are getting in some form of therapy. So something again, we have to keep our eye on what is that mean? Well, you know a monoclonal antibody is one of the treatments that's used for people when they get infected. They passively transfer this protein. That is an artificially made protein. That is an antibiotic that is used to fight against the infection. That is one form of therapy. That's the therapy that President Trump got when he was at Walter Reed some of the other people what I I think Rudy Giuliani also got that so that's the that's what's called a therapy or a treatment. It looks like that is possibly and we don't we have to confirm it may be one of the things that is going to be neutralized as it were or not as effective against these isolates, but these are things that people are working on right now. That's kind of sketchy well and wouldn't use the word scary that mean that you going to have to get other other antibodies if you want to treatment. All right, so dr. Sure what's going on with this vaccine roll out so many cities say they're running out now what time? No, I don't think they're running out. I mean the the the Mayor Bill de Blasio says he's going to run out next week. Is that true?.
"dr z." Discussed on America Dissected with Abdul El-Sayed
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"dr z." Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"To stage dot com look for I think the the subject is Rosenbaum and Dancing D. A. N. S. O. N. A check that out. I appreciate you guys. This week is a great guest. A people have talked to me on the listeners. Written in the fans and I'm going to read some letters on the altro Of the show when when our guest is gone. But there are you know. It's it's talked about mental health. Talk about all these things. Why don't you have a doctor or something like that? Or is so. That's what we did so the past couple of weeks. I've interviewed my Some therapists a life coach this week. So that's going to happen. We're GONNA have a mental health with prefiguring all that out now but already recorded and fantastic but this week. This was amazing. This is someone that I've known for a while. Haven't known like we're not buddies In fact he doesn't really return my emails all the time. Because he's he's a doctor he's busy okay. So you know it's not like constantly berated the guy but no. He's a fantastic man. He's got a heart of gold. He helps a lot of people for free You know on Celebrity Rehab. He's What else I mean. There's so many podcasts. Love Line. He's got he was on the masked what is at the masked man masked crusader. I don't know I don't want you. But he was on it I love and he has so much insight today. You'RE GONNA love to and that's Dr Drew. Dr Drew Pinski. So why don't we get inside of Dr Drew? It's my pawn. You're listening to inside of you with Michael.
"dr z." Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"And that's what. I think that that is what the job well listen to me anyway. But I that's sometimes is all it takes to solve. A problem is is to be fully lear and lists. We talked about this before it. You know we talked about it than I. Second Street Y.. which is it's fully president? Aware listening with your whole body. uh-huh I remember. I was kind of talking. Well we were talking about porridges die where he talks about how you sent me the article or Gary Hart artem. Here's your ears will adjust jess to the person you love. It's it's the obstacles it's the tiny bones in your ear have to muscles. Attached them in the muscle will adjust so he can get the tone on the property of say. Mom It will tune into Lyrica Tuning in sort of a mechanism and it's connected to our vegas nerve and our nerve is the main outflow from our heart Interest it's fascinating. Your body is this gigantic instrument and we have all these huge plexus of nerves in our gut and our chest and abdomen that we don't know what they're processing they don't know how they they work but we do know a lot of information's coming back And so when you get a feeling a gut feeling or my heart hurts. That's really happening. Yeah that's what that's for feelings feelings come from your body and they are processed in your brain and they are reflected and things in your brain but the real experiences in your body and you can listen with your body. I mean in our Western society eighty. We always sort of chop off our heads from us. Audio cards. Error is is is but you should know that. Now they really the conversation conversation is about the embedded brain. No thank you for man's planning again great band. I'm saying my field data bust your balls. I recognized yeah. But but but that in the in the field of the the the move it's moved to the embedded brain and in the brain is not just embedded in a body. Right right it's embedded with a spinal cord it's better body the body's embedded in a environment and better than a society in an interpersonal context. And so this embedded nece it they take heidegger to his whole. Philosophy was about being in the world that they were sort of a fundamental inability inextricably of being and being in the world. You're born into the world. He called throwing this. You're thrown into the world. You're not floating inspe- even that's being in an environment and You cannot extract the person from the environment in a meaningful way fully. The complexity is amazing. Right you really think yes. Yes we usually don't think about in terms it's now now now Gary you've sat through how many Sean Carroll interviews at at least two or three yeah do you understand why did that his stuff and really interest me as the next layer on this so we're talking about existing as beings in the world in space time in Sean tells the episodes those went win finished talking. is talking about the fact that there's something more fundamental than space in time our space time And that we're all part of were probably more emergent properties of some wave function. That is mine. TASTIC HOT FOR I. Listen I listen to Sean Sean. Carroll he's a Caltech professor and I got his podcast which is called mindscape and I dragged me. Okay let's have at it. So what numbers. Three eighty nine and four zero three and there may be another one coming out soon. Arizona's email them to Dr. Very all. Right listen you said at all I love you I love you love you this except what accepted I accept. EMC ACC access. I accepted except for Dad. Except for you're looking at your phone all the time I get enough of that home. Trust me but here we are so privileged again. Thank you thank you for the New York trip. I really the enjoyed that whole experience. Yeah it was great and even the whole challenge of the classroom and stuff like that everything about it was fun and good and I think and I think ever in that room had an experience. Yeah and I thought that was Kinda cool. Thank you for saying yes anytime. You don't say no Judicata tatum. Marriage and divorce or time. Travel to turn All right but again always a privilege. Checkout.
"dr z." Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"I guess I don't like the word founding because it's not doesn't make sense but virology discovered the field of virology in its lobby rule. No Hopkins Soya and he was there sitting chair. I think we're like thirty years or something like that and that is very true. So so what you're saying very similar about they're sort of this bellboy built in a way. Yeah grandiosity in Jerusalem. I remember this and I I I witnessed. We reported this back in those days A physician come do take care of his daughter in a hospital pulling insisting under her pelvic exam himself. Okay because he wouldn't dare have another person toucher. Yeah that wasn't that's kind of crazy. Yeah I just do for sure Tarver seventies yeah so. Are You saying that your dad had this happening that he not yet boundaries because he would take care of family and stuff like that but but he was taking care of my mother in some way and keeping her glued together. It's not good codependent. It's good penalty. Yeah then that too and And then I would you know for sure if he knew what I was absorbed. He wasn't aware that or hobby. Never got exposed to what I what I was supposed to always and my sister thinks I'm just an evil person for being mean my mom for talking for in the other other than glowing way I absorbed all time you can have. You can have complex. Thought could have more than one feeling. You can love someone very mature. Sure memories to in whatever it was that was my experience and so it was like I said I remember the that kind of screaming and yelling that I'd never overseen except in a psychiatric hospital interesting. Do you think that's why you got into the field you're GONNA do. Well I think the it's it's hard to say but in the Adolescent I got interested in adolescent health. Which is what love line was all about because when I was in college at Nineteen I started having panic attacks? Ax and depression really daily panic attacks and I was mismanaged completely for a couple of years and it was suffering and that because there was there was no adolescent health. Didn't exist then there was no experts in the field. No nothing I I remember. I went down to the collegiate as small college New England. I went down to the health center. Something's wrong with me and the doctor looks at me. Some old retired physician was giving his time to the college. You know a couple of days a week looks goes to get your shit together. Take walks in the woods. Just take long walks. I was like if that that would do it. I of course I do that. He can my shit together happily. I I was disabled with panic and depression. Totally mismanage and I thought I'd never want anybody else to through that in their adolescence. They're should be there's there's and clearly even as a LS myself nineteen years old. I could see their unique needs that just nobody was there to me. I love to hear stories about people who get into their field. We're really and they're able to be honest about themselves. You know this happened to me. I want to make sure it doesn't happen again. Like it and I the the psyche getting involved. This addiction medicine was a total fluke and even the psychiatric stuff was kind of a flu. I've just moonlighting during our medical residency and just got more interested in it. I wouldn't say it had the same kind of Dr That adolescent thing did that then really was like I don't everybody goes through that anymore. They there's got to be and the field developed. I thought I want to be part of that. That's an that's an amazing story. I've never heard that before that one before from you know saying listen to your podcast. All the time just never heard that one shooter so and so so anything like that for you I I fell at a very early age. I was this given the flag to problem solve and I think that I grew family. Yes so I think that I Someone the hero someone gives you a flag and you can either take it or not. I don't know but there's different roles that people are calls. I mean families no it it was all done with straight line. We also hero to the family. Come I think that you know the name Venus so so like going back to the name. We've come full circle so we have like. Victoria's the oldest Catherine Danielle Matthew and I'm the second oldest and Venus so in a way it it kind of sets up that you have to be doing something. Why are you on your phone? You're not even listening. I am listening to you because somebody takes me. I'm interviewing yields. Somebody texted W I had to respond fucked up listeners. Just want you to know that. He's on this about him all the time every day. But if I look at my phone he has a Shit Fatso also really oil. While we're going to ship it but I'll call you on it Do you want to hear. The story is okay so at the end of the day I just would. We would sit on the stoop all of our houses connected because we lived in a row homes and it would listen to the women talk about these problems as if they were unsolvable they would talk about these issues and I remember this very young age. I must've been four or five years old. When I was laying? Condom from just relational problems. Money problems but it wasn't and I was obviously as I got got older. I was able to be like. Oh this isn't about that. This is about this but I I never really said anything I just was like these. Problems are solvable. We can solve scar cool and silver. I am and that's really how I got into it like this. This is we can do this. You know and I I really do believe in. I don't think people need more psychologists I think people need more community and friends with you and I and we have you. Did you have come along at a time. When the the cognitive revolution has occurred too so you can can help them solve their problems as community in France They don't need psychologist so I I think that that was my early lesson in like okay. What what am I gonNa do with my life and so I started doing that as a very young age and probably badly and so I decided to do it as a as an older adult? Come to me with Steph too and I think about it in college particular but I I was not the right person. That'd be a good listener. Always well that's.
"dr z." Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Couldn't believe. Have you actually done it. I was like Holy Shit. He we were in the kids quick to. He's so nice really is do you have trouble saying no. Oh Oh yeah yeah I would have said no to say no I thought about how guilty and came back stopping ever seen no however it manifest different kind of time horizons to it. I was at the newer craigslist. Tell you why I liked it because you took care of everything for me. Tribe tried. Yeah so it made it. He made it very easy. That was nice and and it was funny and fun to get to know his family and what they were looking at stuff and think about it. So it's as far as good. You also mentioned something. The last time I was here about codependency and really loved what you said that people love. It is co dependent which is true but I think I was probably talking about enmesh not a measurement so much as fusion That that real intense love a fusion. Right you lose your bowed or you lose your body boundaries you lose your emotional boundaries with that other person but to be able to do hit and still be yourself and be able to move in and out of it lexa bleed easily That's where it becomes the difference between health and not health some people the boundaries stabler. Stabler it all the time. That's very common And that's that's where the co-dependency becomes. Would you describe yourself thought I because he knows Judy Likud officiating. What's getting better at saying? No you getting better when you get older guesses just like kids really. I agree with you just older. And you're like you almost don't have the emotional. You can't please everybody what it's I'm just laughing at myself thinking about. Why one of the things that makes it easier for me is I have have? I had an insane memory when I was throughout my life. Like like like I can remember might the the furniture my room and I was on the wall when I was under two years of age and it was just I just had this crazy memberthon. That's kind of faded so I can say no and not keep thinking about Forget that is true because I would be this. I'm this well. I'm getting better at not ruminating over things as much where I did before Trauma in your because usually that's what set your story off. Yes it does not rehearsing things and you who grew up in trauma to similar you know my mother was a traumatic traumatizing and in what way like emotionally emotionally abusive yelling yelling yelling. I would say that I had never heard yelling like that until I spent time in the locked unit of the psychiatric Patrick Hospital as a as a caretaker. I would occasionally hear people yelling like that. No that's that's suffering from something but my dad was a physician and covered hovered and made sure it didn't get out or who knows what the hell they were doing. Whatever that that generation of physicians had been bad boundaries horrible boundaries? They took it on family members. They didn't they just terrible. My husband's father Was Dr Richard Johnson and he he is one of the.
"dr z." Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"And then I I I just saw her from across across the room and I knew that she would be my life. I just knew it that I was gonNA spend the resume with our men experience that phenomenon on like ten to one over women. Okay so that is true. 'cause I tell the story this way I looked across the room and I said I'm GONNA I can't wait to fuck him. This is going to be amazing. Think we tell the story very differently For for men I talked to another anthropologist who had studied this and she said because she was studying love at first sight and she felt men way more than women have experienced that and she said but really what she's finding is that it was lust at first sight. That worked out that it goes down to the memory. So you're you're actually. Maybe you had the same experience Roy Moore honest about it. Can't fuck his brains out. This is going to be great. Yeah so that's how how we met and You know it was. It's it's interesting because I always described when you meet someone like let's say you're in an airport and I have a red suitcase and that other person red suitcase and you're like Oh my God you have a case taste whiskey. I on this plane together. We would fly somewhere and so you then get into a relationship and you're flying you know wherever you're going across the world and then you're just a nation happens and you open. Put up the luggage and begin to take out all of your baggage and all different. When it's all you know what I mean so I always say that like I? I feel like my husband and my baggage Mesh. You know what I mean like twenty. He would kill me for this. Yeah he's the counter. No Twenty seven twenty two twenty three and so I would argue that scripts people say you know the similar script Yup similar is that you expect marriage similar likes similar to be married. I never wanted to be married or have kids. They were the two best decisions I I never made. He made them. He is a great family. Person and key makes good family choices. I just didn't want to be. I just never saw that for myself after mm-hmm yes yes I was like. Why can't we just live like Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell like? Why can't we do that? He said well when you have kids. It's a little bit different and Blah Blah Blah. None of that matters. I just sort of was afraid that maybe wouldn't be a good way for a good mother mother the end of the day. I was scared of I think that I watched my parents are still married but they were children when and they got married and my mother never went to high school My father's an auto mechanic they had been married for over fifty something years So Oh like it's well. Actually we see Lord Sicilian fiddler on the roof so I watched them grow up like my mother was sixteen sixteen and a half when she had me like fifteen when she had my sister. So it's a lot so I kind of looked at this and I'm like oh I don't want to have that Matt and I just didn't feel confident in the my my parent's relationship did not look happy to me. So you married then you die. Sort third hour you get married many get unhappy. That's the four motion the life look at how how did you. How did you overcome that? I had a shocking experience at the altar where I was like. Oh my God this is exactly where I want to be this fucking by the said anything bad about this relationship or marriage. Generally this is precisely where I wanna be and then we indicates pretty quick and that's just suggests that we were. We were overnight. You kind of have a little bit of this Gary Ya. We became parents but we were a weird thing. Where I was at the alternate was like fuck? That's Dr drew outstanding. Did their wedding brilliant. You ask for it. I.
"dr z." Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Gives her the raccoon. Were good yeah which is which is why your new book will be interesting. Fun knows how many crazy things most people get exactly goes back to what you were talking about really with your bad advice about sex. Sure a afraid need to talk about sex. Fill puritanical society that but it it dovetails into biology biological operation and people just can't get their head around the fact that their biological and so they still kind of magical thinking about biology and so they love folk tales and folk wisdom and folk whatever and so they they'd prefer that to you just basic biological studies major. I find deeply disturbing the ruin event. Could you say it's religion that's it that's all that's all in there right so morality religion and ethics human behavior and guilt. You get right down to it Symphonia for how did we get into this topic. But I'M GONNA go. which is that when you think about the history of the human being throughout human history history until about fifty years ago think about that? The entirety of the human experience throughout history until fifty years ago sex meant and pregnancy pregnancy meant death at least thirty percent of the time. If it didn't mean pregnancy and death it meant an S. T. D. and pelvic inflammatory clamato disease meant death Infection meant death. There was nothing that you'd get your anyway. Nothing nothing so everything about sex and you're a inherent and you know the power that drive and you know of this child gets going with it di- Not only we're GONNA have a child that our hands her for eighteen years this woman but this growth could dive scary scary gotta make it seem. Just him and weird. We'll give it weird names venereal disease as did name. We're we're the were they come up with that Venal Venal what's that venereal. Because we only in the modern era I started calling it sexually transmitted disease. So these are I really believe. That's where a lot of weird stuff that we have. Culturally is take care kits because we didn't know how to shape their behavior throughout much of history And the things that resulted from improper shaping of the behavior and we're really really dangerous. Yeah for most of human history got a loved one. You Mann's blamed things to me. You're so sexy thank you Venus. Which means I I knew that was then? I knew that was going to happen. I was hoping that he forgot about it. Dan at Gerry. He's always on it. Gary does not forget us me of not listening the Astros. Are you listening always listening. So that's I can't wait to get that book that's GonNa be good fun Are you gonNa like you like call together you and Emily Morris show. I'm going on her show next month actual gate when you go on. Ask for advice. Yeah Yeah exactly exactly so. That'll be fun to write And I I I loved the creative process of actually actually writing I'm able to my daughter right now. Oh do tell. It's about consent for young adolescents. Apparently it's great need huge need and We are trying to pull consent away from the medical legal jargon and out of the Hostel Camp Jargon and into into how do you just have empathic relations with good boundaries and though yourself and listen to the person and guess what if you do you'll be you'll make good choices you're good consent Sort of building it up that one thing. You're not drunk yet. There's no consent when you're I I. Would you know. I'm sorta hard core on that. Maybe maybe a glass Sawai but beyond that. I'm not sure we're talking about consent anymore. Because we're altered Seattle altered. It's like no. That's Yeah Yep you don't know that thou like like making it making it less hostile. Gather it's more relational. It's a lot of the stuff I look at. Yes it's exactly what it'd be relational in about healthy relations nations and less about on pest because yeah because so much of the literature authors. I'm pissed and we've kind of moved past that. I don't want to say that I do not. It was quote me on that. I'm not saying the this isn't necessarily a need and an important conversation but to remain just in these pissed zones not necessarily moving forward. Yeah it needed to be loud mid needed h fall in needed that and now it's like okay. How can we really deal with this issue? And it's GonNa stay angry for a long time because I'll tell you what I used to go around. I don't think I talked about any of this. And we were Nice. Second Street Y.. But I used to go around and give talks colleges and I was just always challenging the hookup culture thing because there was all this data that showed women were very unhappy unhappy with it that they perceive their social choices in college. Life throughout the land as random. Hook up Friends with benefits. It's or There was one o- or a boyfriend girlfriend That's it those your three choices. Nothing else and they were very unsatisfied with all all the choices but the organizing experience was hooking up and so I said well of hooking up so an end the one piece of data that was omnipresent was when somebody engaged in a random hook up there always loaded one hundred percent So my question the audience would always be. That's the organizing experience of your college college life. Why don't you fucked up to man? Why do you have to fight up gary wine? College fucked up to go to a hookah. Random hookup confidence. Do you mean another other words for that. That's what I always hear. Things like this but inhibited produce rings. I'd turn yeah. It's really really want to do this. But Man Matt a tall order. I can hurt somebody hurt myself. I could is anxiety reject anxious. There's also the social factor that we just talking about a random hookup. God like thank. You would be seen for women as well so so. That's God's whatever so the men but they do not worry. They're concerned was this is a taller. Makes me anxious and I'll l. call ups helps me deal so I would always give to give them to talk first and then we'll go okay. Ladies you've heard the men all of them what are you. What are you drinking for? Silence silence not a hand. Goes up now. The hand goes up eventually and goes beer goggles right. Okay got it on your good luck. Burger got it but still room with silence and inevitably right in the front third audiences always distribute themselves in really interesting way. It's always the front third there in the center of the room. Always any sense Gary I guess what I would hear grow would always have very coyly go. I don't know if it'd be the first thing but I would. To of DOC review was saying earlier about how you can be perceived. That's a bit of a get a job. You get a little bit of that sometimes. Sometimes get some women going. Oh I can blame the the blame of Vigo. Did I hear that he the guys they need something to blame some white. Why do you have been blamed something against silence? They don't WanNa talk. They're all ashamed. And and then we'll go goes. I make sure I drink so when this thing happens. I don't have any feelings every room I've ever spoken to throughout the country. That comes at me within about three minutes of asking the women in the room they answer is that's devastating. That's sad it is. Yeah and I'd be pissed if I woke up from that now which I think what's happening right. So they're like what I've been putting up with putting up essentially with rape because I at my of course their past. Yeah of course and so. I didn't know I used to try to bring it out and we could. Do you know what would be better. And then the same same. So I'd I'd go guys this familiar there now. The guys go silent like this is stunning information and I go so ladies. What could we if we had a clean slate? I could create a social order. That was to your liking what would I do. I just have infant powers. I can do it now and again. Silence then one hand goes up our wished guy with just sit and listen to talk with me talking to a Saxon you talking about always and then the chorus would come in. Yes they would assume. Listen listen to talk and exchange and I would just point out to them I go yes. We used to call that a date. It's called date so you would like to date. You would like to uh-huh and I go. How about you split a meal crazy? Talk Crazy and then I would point out to them all this. Fm I research that shows that males ails you. Can you activate appetite appetite of desire with visual imagery. They want what they say doesn't work that way with about eighty nine women women. You activate appetite appetites desires with intimate conversation. Well I just want to tell you that there is an amazing book that you would love. And it's by Dr Wednesday today Martin and it's called untrue and it it debunks all of this shitty research done on Really Gender relations about what women want about what men want One of those is that Men Are not as monogamous is women which is not true actually women want want novelty. Yes women wind Too many one partner in need of repair like marriage is an institution made by Chinaman forming it works for men and historically true. I'm not sure that's true that's true. Well that's apologised Lionel Tiger Woods who is a famous mischaracterize anthropologists would say no. That's that's to keep you around to provide while they need the safety of child rearing phenomenon. He's a man it's vulnerability ability but marriage ultimately is an institution made by men for men for men to the extent that men were charged. That necessarily true yes so so on. Every quality of life measure men's Quality Blake when they're married goes up they have more sex in their single counterparts They get paid more more They're just happier. They live longer for women. It's the exact opposite so I think today some of the issues that is challenging alleging in twenty twenty soon to be is how do we make marriage appealing for women. Because I can't tell you drew. How many times? I hear a woman tell me that she's working full-time she's doing the laundry. She's taking care of the kids. She's doing the shopping she's doing everything of America should be doing that letter. Settle Too. Well I mean there are when you're living with someone. There needs to be the point that I'm getting at. Is that under the house. There is still huge. Ism Man that sexism where and I noticed it. I live in incredibly liberal house. Okay my my. My husband is amazing but I took notice that.
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"Don't forget the after dark there. You might like that Gary. I just signed you to watch their Robert Paul Champagne series and at the home visit. I do to him well that I make on his behalf and one of the more dramatic experience that I've been through. I think you need to vote on that I I. I was actually just googling him in the first things that come up are deeply concerning for those of you that are why maitree mom's house fans. He's the tried out guy and I went and visited his home and it was quite enlightening and bring cameras and we'll check it out Tried out you got to see the real thing Also set setup. You don't want a doctor DOT TV streaming show every week where you can interact and we send out a blast me go live with that and it's been pretty cool interesting show on multiple platforms zone. Whatever you're watching it and we will be there on those afternoons where we do those shows for a couple of hours? It's my privilege to welcome Dr. Venus Nichelino back to the show. Welcome DR V. Thank you for having me and you you said. That's how eloquently. I have a lot of people choke over all the vowels Ravioli. And that name bordering on Hawaiian all right. I mean I like it. I'll take it continents and they made that exactly down kept the V.. In the Noor and those are very very powerful continents. Yes so how his marriage boot camp going It's going We actually have our Finale I believe next next Friday. Thank you thank you for that. Thank you thank you for that. So yeah it's it's it's going I mean it's it was an interesting season as as you know. I always say that you and I live in the same house but you live in the house I live in the garage. You do the more fun stuff and maybe even slightly more legitimate but hey can help your marriage. A- sure you have plenty we do we do for sure for sure. So yeah that's good I. It's been a it's been. How many seasons so the show has been on the air for thirteen seasons? Which is insane I think about it? I have done a housecall with doing addiction. House spell rainy intervention on somebody half of them yes actually a lot I know and then the way reality works. is they carefully. Hide that when you deal with it or or offer later. Whenever it's part of the story are well? You had said it so eloquently the last time I was here which was The production of those shows and what the doctors are on their to-do are consistently running In opposite directions so I find that really stuck with me because I couldn't really figure out what exactly is it. That at times causes me to feel like incredibly uncomfortable uncomfortable. It's so uncomfortable. Yeah yeah because they are undermining. You're you're there because obviously you know people love to see conflict. Navy is boring boring boring to being healthy as boring so I feel healing you on that in a in a very real TV show scripted. Show unreal. I heard of it so I assigned Gary some viewing you. I'm assigning I knew. Just the first episode. You'll have to watch one episode and you'll get a feel for it right away. Yeah and you will be able to recognize many of your staff on that. They're actually actually people represented on the show from your staff heard. I heard that that is the case. It's very even though it's scripted. It's true it's very accurate. Exactly goes a little over the top but but the the basics of it are quite accurate. Yeah yeah so I I always remembered that are our goals are running an opposite direction action right and and you couldn't and that can be okay to appoint right you can just you gotta put certain lines in the sand for the production team and then you and then you on the other hand have to have faith in them that they know how to create things that people wanNA walk. It's across purposes. But but if you don't get is whatever you're trying into would you ever hope to get out get out anyway. So you have to figure out a way to navigate it where you can keep it safe. Do what you need to do them. I am not totally damage your patients and still get maybe they want and even now you bring up a good point about addiction. oftentimes we don't show that I know I. It's I find that fascinating that it's really a topic that people want to stay. Stay away from me come help you yes. I'll just be a Scottish swing swing by just or even do a little lecture about addiction or something and respond to that and then you can go deal with with them once they start spinning seeing them so down for that anything like that thrill. Dr Drew Happy to do it. By the way you can find Dr vs website. It talked to do the number two D. R. V. Doctor and then Dr Underscore V. Underscore tweet is the twitter handle. Is that a new twitter handle. No that's the same but I'm so so impressed with your ability to sail because I don't know people are like what are your interests. I have no clue. Wait cursor fucking awesome. Thanks man so. So what's what's ahead for you. What do you think we're thinking about well? I I love the fact that you're brainstorming coming on the show but what I WANNA do is with my book. The word ice okay. The one Gary was in New York City the Ninety Second Street y Yeah Presentation Yeah it was so let me tell you what would have happened. So Gary Listening. Thank you So what ends up happening is I asked drew to do me a solid and come and talk with me or interview me at the ninety. Second Second Street Y.. Thinking that like I had the main stage like this is Harper Collins were dealing with like a real publishing company so drew says. Oh Oh yes. Of course the Great God. It's going to be so amazing. I'm proud to sing. I'm like thinking about what I'm going to say I'm thinking about it throughout the the I just wanted to go so well I've lay all the way out to New York City drew. Thank God there. we get there and we are in I swear to God the tiniest little classroom and there were people packed. It is eight was a classroom. I got the early show children in that classroom. Four orange blossom things just restate drew from the bottom of my heart. I love you because you made me feel. You helped me feel so good. Good guardless was happening around us vet so I just I would just a weird. They stuck in that low road. Fuck it anyway. It was so beautiful. I remember you were talking to A woman in the front row started crying. It was so powerful so beautiful so So bad advice how to survive and thrive in Asia. Bullshit that I would love to make that into a TV show of all the bags almost could be a moving all the bachelor dykes script. That's true but it also could be almost like I don't know if anybody watches doctors anymore but a better doctors where like you're talking about all the better base you get but then you're like dozen apple a day really keep the doctor away. You know that kind of go through some of the stuff that you talked about a a lot of interesting stuff in an advice. Well now. We'll give all the way we'll give it always but so for example there's one chapter called. You can't love anyone until until you love yourself. What a crock? Shit like and people repeat this horn over and over and by the way I just want to point out why. I think it's important that we stop saying this kind of BS. Because look there was at one point where we thought the world was flat so we revolved our allies run a flat world. We thought bloodletting would help people we thought lobotomies were good. Exactly there's this idea that theories matter how we think and how our worldview is affected by theories matter so if you believe you can't love anyone until you love yourself it's going to affect affect how you see yourself and how you see other people. So the book sets out to scientifically and biologically inform warn. People are these statements true and if they're not true why are they not true and what is really the good advice to that so without giving too much away of the book a little more because there's so many great in there so another one. I don't talk about this one that much I'm I'm I'm I'm glad of the opportunity. Honesty is the best policy. Is We Li- Fifty two times a day so while it might be the best policy. It's not the real policy rain. It's not the honest policy and little little tiny polite light lies make the world go round. You know what I mean just like if I were to tell them. It's great or even like your grandmother. Who gives you that fuzzy sweater every Christmas? You know this is so ugly. I can't stand that like you would never do. That was courtesy. So there's there's a difference between these polite polite. Let's say I don't even like the word lies. I don't even like the word white lies but there's just there's something about helping the world go around the courtesy sort of Greece for the wheel rain and I talk in the book. How people love to hide behind being truthful? I mean it's the worst. I'm just being honest. No you're not it'll be because I'm on it. Yeah no that's actually not true. Just mean you know what I mean. So and that that distance is like oceans apart between being mean and being honest right So people hide behind that so so that's one of my. It's later in the a book but it's a chapter that added because I heard someone saying during.
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"That I have ever seen to where he had he had alternate game jerseys and pants and socks and t shirts and underwear and no every time the guys came back into the locker room they had had some dry to put on and they could get the get the water off of them and it was incredible I mean not only our own team but I mean there was the pre-game the pre-game was unbelievable to with the amount of VIP he's came came by and the development office which is bringing into the the equivalent room because you know somebody who didn't have the right rain jacket or something every carew Hazlitt was taking care of our players that he's spinning around and take era of the ultimate compliment I'll put compliment today here in the office was John faulk praising Gary has let the one of the greats of all time recognizing another another great John Fox that he said it's one of the most remarkable jobs he has ever seen in football and he said Gary just made it look easy and it was so seamless with with him in the staff and everything that they did it was it was it was amazing getting an endorsement from Winston Churchill it really is you're right a couple of stories as of When he was here we go with that came about twenty minutes yeah so we continue talking a little bit about the Michigan Notre Dame game because you talked about second third week early in the season you were looking for that second run act to go along with Zach charbonnet in the backfield and needless to say Hasan Haskins his come about the and one that job and he was absolutely terrific Zach the running game overall but almost a hundred ninety five yards combined between the two of them just terrific yeah really really good I mean Assad was running inside plays he ran trap he ran power or he ran outside zone inside zone and you know sometimes there was holes there and sometimes it looked like it was going to be attacked oh for a loss and he picked out two or three or four yards of the really good backs are the ones that can get more than what a plays block for the plays black for zero you know they they find a way to get to you know if it's black for two they get four if it's blocked for six they get fifteen you know it's and that's that Hassan Zakar both showing that kind of ability both freshman Asana redshirt freshman and and Zaka true freshman and also true Wilson you know you back to full health and he had a heck of a good ballgame to and Good to see Chris Turner who you know some of his wraps the Dow but he's you know he's done everything he can to get on special teams he's on kickoff now and he's he's trying to get I'm more special teams and and he really showed you know real flashes when he got into the ballgame late and so did and Ben Ben Summer in as well but you know those two backs of have really taken off and they're getting they're getting better and better and getting getting more and more of the of the Rapson and doing a heck of a job do one other thing you mentioned the running game tight ends in often in the running game and and then the blocking and there's there's two or three of them that you have to come in there and really put their nose on people the way the fullback you was to do and then Ben Mason sprinkle him in there a little bit I watched I watched watched him a little bit he gets locked on a guy I mean it is it is he aches him for a ride as as the other tight ends due to I think we'll get tremendous production out of that group Yeah Sean mccune has always been the guy that's you know really lead the way ah the blocker and set such a great example and Nick eubanks you know is really taken off as a blocker he's he's really made that an emphasis and he you know now you it's tough to tell the difference between Shaw mccune and Nicky banks when they're blocking Eric all when when he who knows who to block as violent as as good as as you could ever want and he's and he's more and more every single week really getting dialed and to who to block Luke Kuhn maker has has really ascended as a football player pass catcher and and as a blocker because you just got it you just gotTa do it in that Room Sharon Moore has done a done a great job of that a source of pride and blocking is is the name of the game and that will lead to the to the receptions and and and things of that nature so that's been terrific and he said you point out Ben Mason of course that's do we have a more favorite player on the team I don't think we do and then the the the not in defense every time he was in the game in the back there is forty two forty two's right there he's right there he was you know where he's going who is blocked ah you guys are doing a great job with him as you laid him up and he can where you come across the four may not always running direction the old days of the wall back salacious linebacker I know he is coming back we'll take your right to the ball it's not anymore blocking the defensive end on the other side he could be blocking the defense and to his I could be in in a certain himself in blocking any linebackers along the line of scrimmage and not just him I mean the other tight ends are doing that too I think that's really in have gotten better to the receiver blocking is is improved you know really steadily especially over the last two three weeks and they're they're sending that that that played a huge role in rushing for over three hundred yards in the game true Wilson's touchdown the Patterson answer or returning back to big ten plays guys out to Maryland this weekend early thoughts on heading down to play the types yes it's always a tough ball game every team we everything we play is he's really good and Big Rogaine force and we were completely dialed in now that this is the most and you know this is the biggest game on the schedule and put together great game plan and we preparation and practice will be key and we're GONNA have to we're going to have to play our best Daddy ought to tell the story I just thought of talking to somebody earlier the debt Perry with Perry would say about a game I mean they're good before they can they could blow us clear out of the stadium and we're good enough to blow them clear out of the stadium it's PRI- in reality it's going to be there you go all three ways locker five minutes before you on there you get your helmet on the sweats come down over your call it come on and Fellas fellas commodity close nice and towed I I've got this game figure it out I've watched a lot of picture he's didn't call it film Lotta pictures on this team and again I'm pretty well figured out this team is good enough all of us right off the film telling you good enough to or you know what we're good enough to blow them right off the field or this could be one a hell of a game and we're all thinking blow us out we've blew them out what else can happen screw that up I said all three ways by that's a reality that's I mean if we play as good as we're capable of and they don't play as good as they're capable of I mean you can and you could blow them out or they could play as good as they're capable we don't play as good as we're capable and they're they're good enough to blow us out or both teams as good as they're capable let's one heck of a game I need to apologize you said very very well one thing I love to hear my voice the listeners of course I screwed that up turps and we will of course talk more football next week so you've probably heard of shy Nola detroit-based design brand known for luxury timepieces maybe you go down main street name you see the Shinola store they have unbelievable watches coach and apparently they got an even brand new watch that matches everything in our wardrobe the Wolverine detroiter so the I call it the Wolverine it's Beautiful Watch it's it's got the the maze face and only watch where the the shy nola company has has been my favorite Tom Carsodo says honoree captain here for us multiple occasions agents and he's a he's a dear friend and 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"And then ball still loose almost recovered then it gets to five and then you saw Arrow going through snow recover that that fumble there's another play in the boundary where opposite sideline he had really good coverage quarterback through it and he just knew he fast as a football player with with everything he's doing and go ahead data one of the things I thought was very very interested in the game we're I must admit I didn't stay in the weather I went up in the press box to get out of the weather I'm feel guilty about that uh-huh the pre-game the pre-game our team came out dressed differently than they know I don't think maybe in the old days back in the seventy as I don't know if we were shoulder pads became pre-game but talk about that a little bit and the pre-game and the way they came out to warm up well we we didn't come out in the uniforms and the pads we came out a somewhat repellent Rain repellent top that Gary Hazlet and and sunny got it's just with the idea of keeping them dry and then when they went back in the locker room they wouldn't be wet and cold for another twenty twenty five minutes before for they went out and keep the keep jerseys and the pads is as dry as possible and with that we are going to right a letter of accommodation to Gary Hazlet and his staff because it was one of the most remarkable equipment manager efforts that I have ever seen to where he had he had alternate game jerseys and pants and socks and t shirts and underwear and no.
"dr z." Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside
"Guys. You could do that. After the show. Let's. Get back to the conversation with Dr Z's. What's? So fascinating about this to go back to what we were talking about earlier is you naturally become more attractive at that point Ed realized in my financial planning practice. I was being the nice guy with my clients, and they could sense that and so they were taking the other position, which is well, this guy is desperate. And so they felt like they had all the power. But when I became not that way in realized I don't need to be desperate, and I can say, no, I can walk away from a potential client engagement just as quickly as they can. And I started taking that position than their position was a we gotta chase right now we have to play the position of this guy's in high demand or it scarce. So we really wanna work with him. So my potential clients began to follow me and chase me as opposed to me continuing to chase them as really really interesting. Yes. Trying to think of there is a very specific example with my wife where someone invited her to do something and distinct quite work. She just didn't want to in her schedule at that time or whatever. In choosing. No. But she felt anxious about saying, no, maybe I should say. Yes. And what I was sharing with her is your frayed that if you say, no, this person's gonna be upset with you. But actually exactly what you were pointing out to is like they're going to want you in their life's more. You're a little more scarce. Mysterious even right. It's like, wow. I guess I can't have that whenever I want it. So we'll let me offer something else. So absolutely. That's it's really important for people to to see that. It's not only not bad actually ends up serving you, and ultimately serving other people because when we do something from this place of obligation. We're building a toxic sludge of resentment that long enough. And I might not matter in relationship. You never see the person again but other than for your own sanity. It'll spill over to other relationships. Yeah. Yeah. You'll feel disempowered because you know, you're close relationships if you don't every time you say, yes, when you want to say, no, you're going to be accumulating frustration and resentment points, and you might not even be aware of it. You might tell yourself story like, well, this is just what you gotta do or at least a good person or whatever. But underneath that. There's going to be something Bruin, and it's going to come out in funny ways. That's a nice way to put it. Because it could come out in destructive ways right with other relationships. Whether that's with the boss or clients or your spouse or your children, and I've been there in. It's not pretty yeah. Yeah. Toxic is a good word for it. In the point that I really liked in the book, and in what you talked about is how free MRs how liberating it is. Because I know there's a lot of guys who play the nice guy. And then as they're playing it. They just feel so burdened so strapped down and trapped by being powerless. I mean, how uncomfortable is it to feel helpless and scenarios, and I think a lot of guys are feeling that way in what you're talking about. Here is liberating yourself of that feeling. Absolutely. It's kind of like trying to go through life with your hands handcuffed behind your back. The only thing is you put the handcuffs. Well, maybe the team through conditioning development. You wanna read said you put it on or it was sort of just happened. But now at this point in your life. There is a key in your hand that Jew could like unlock. Yeah. And then boom. And that's what I love seeing happen is when people really get this stuff and start to practice at night. Well, it's one of those things that's like personally epic. But in the broader scope of people around you in society, like don't even those. Like, I said no here. And then I read that. I did this assertive thing in the NASDAQ. Whoa. This is rocking my world. And every houses I o. Oh, you said no they're haunting congratulations life goes on..