35 Burst results for "EGO"
Irv Cross, NFL player, pioneer Black analyst, dies at 81
"Melancholy trails to irv cross the pioneering broadcaster and standout defensive back for the eagles and rams died yesterday at eighty. One cross was the first black analyst doing football on national television. Cbs hired in nineteen. Seventy one and four years later. Put together the greatest pre-game show in american sports. The nfl today on cbs. I live pregame show. There were cross his college classmate. At northwestern brent musburger phyllis george and jimmy the greek snyder on sundays tens of millions tuned in to see and hear what they had to say each member. That case was the perfect choice. Musburger the surviving members of cross quote. He was the ultimate teammate. To tell you the truth he was the perfect personality for the group of egos. He had to be
Mutual-appreciation anxiety: Putin and Erdogan
"At a rally yesterday the prime minister of armenia nicole passion. Yon warned of an attempted military coup. He told crowds. It was the army's job to defend the country. It was up to the people to decide whether or not he should step down. Y'all guy even hats manhattan borough. She mr young has faced protests since a peace deal struck in november. In which is our by. John gained territory in nagorno-karabakh a largely ethnic armenian enclave. Mr john has protests since a peace deal was struck in november in which is by john games territory in nagorno-karabakh a largely ethnic armenian enclave clashes over the region had erupted repeatedly since nineteen ninety-four drawing in russia which stood behind armenia and turkey which back oscar by john but in the end it was russian president vladimir putin and his turkish counterpart rany tight air to one who put it all to rest. Brokering a peace deal. That's just one sign of remarkable political alliance. It's picking away at the post cold war geopolitical order so i think it helps to go back to the really low point of relationship which was in two thousand fifteen. Daniel franklin is our diplomatic editor. Turkey shot down a russian warplane which had been flying over syria. Entered it's ass base and this happened. After repeated warnings to the russian pilot in the warnings became increasing urgent they were ignored and turkish f sixteen fighters that were patrolling shot. The plane down remember turkey is a nato member and had engaged with russia militarily. That's not something that happens. Often and russia responded quite vigorously by imposing sanctions on turkish products and a bombed ethnic tuchman fighters in northern syria that allies of the turks so that was Towards the end of two thousand fifteen and into the beginning of two thousand sixteen but it was a dramatic shift. If you remember in the summer of two thousand sixteen there was an attempted coup jet sopa head. The world watched in shock as a military coup and in turkey eight. Us ally a major strategic partner in the fight against isis putin was quick to call president of and commiserate show solidarity is some suspicion in turkey. Anyway that gave some advance warning to add one that his life was in danger helped move him out of the area where he might have been bombed and from that point onwards things have changed dramatically in the two men developed this kind of own tone this brotherhood of hard power. And what is it. That had changed between the downing of the bomber and this evan beginning of a friendship they first of all recognize in one another leaders who know how to use power in a full full way but there are other similarities between them in terms of that authoritarian style of leadership at home. And there's a common set of grievances against the west in turkey's case decades of not being properly accepted wanting at one stage to join the european union but being put on hold. And i think one of the reasons why the attempted coup was such a turning point for adwan is that he came under attack from his own planes and he felt that nato had improperly come to support nato countries were slow to express solidarity so he started to think that maybe putin was someone could depend upon for his own survival where he couldn't necessarily depend on nato partners and how the relationship between these two men evolved since then it's developed in some very concrete ways add one has bought from russia s four hundred air defense system. So it's a nato country. Remember that is buying russian. Ed defense system that does not delighted his nato partners. It's meant that it's been kicked out of the f thirty five fighter jet program that Nato has its face sanctions from america and despite all that it's gone ahead and on the ground in particularly serious led to kind of accommodation even though they're on opposite sides they've managed to accommodate each other's objectives in particular turkey vis-a-vis the kurds and most recently they've accommodate each other in the south caucasus. Where again they support opposite sides. The russia has played its role as a mediator. Turkey supported azerbaijan. And they've managed to end up with a result that suits them both well. Russia has peacekeeping troops on the ground. Turkey has an economic opportunity and the air that causes missed out has got nothing out of this is the west. You mentioned the word accommodating in the sense that that perhaps they're just essentially keeping out from under each other's feet or is there more to it than that. There is more to it than that because a particularly developed closer ties economically. The two economies have been struggling so they can do all the support they can get and although russia has a big surplus with turkey. Turkish contractors get a lot of business from russia. So there's the economic aspects of the relationship is particularly important and putin to have turkey as awkward member of nato driving a wedge within nato. That's a huge attraction for him and for to and sometimes to be able to play off the west and russia that's also helpful so that they play the power game very effectively by using each other and given all of that. Would you call this alliance proper and if so what should the west make of it well. It's a remarkable development given the long history between the two countries going back centuries. It's remarkable when you think of the more recent history of of the to literally coming to blows as recently as two thousand fifteen but it's far from being an alliance turkey is still a nato member that's valuable to it and it's also bristled it's fragile. Remember they are on opposite sides even where they're accommodating each other in places like syria in libya they have differences over ukraine over georgia as well so there are many places where this could deteriorate rapidly. It's rather brittle its recent depends too much on personalities with big egos so does mean that. There's absolutely no guarantee that this is going to last or even develop further so in that sense. You think the west doesn't need to worry because the alliance will eventually fall apart from. It's the concern for the west. It's certainly a challenge. One of the things that will be on the radar screen of the biden administration. It's a worry that there is this increasingly close relationship between her big important nato member and russia and although it's bristol although it could blow up in various ways it's a serious concern and worry that a nato member like turkey could drift further away from its moorings
Your Craving Mind With Kevin Griffin
"Okay. Kevin griffin great to meet you. Thanks for doing this. Nice to meet you dan. So i'd love to hear your overall thoughts on the addictive nature of mind. I know the big big opening question but If i could just get you to hold forth on any little piece of that big topic. I let's start there. Yeah well when we sit down to meditate this is what we encounter. And i think that what's so hard for people when they start to meditate and we hear this all the time and i know you hear this all the time that people say i can't meditate. 'cause i think too much which i always sort of take as an insult like i can. Meditate. 'cause i don't think that much are you implying not thoughtful. But we encountered that just stream daleus of thoughts and we. We immediately try to work with that. Just keep coming back to the breath and if we watch that process and kind of put it in the framework of the buddhist teaching on suffering. Which is you know. The suffering is caused by clinging. Always start to realize. Oh what's happening here. Isn't just that i'm thinking it's that i'm clinging to something and so then comes this question. What is it that i'm clinging to. Am i really clinging to what i'm going to have for lunch or whatever it is that i'm thinking about is the content of the thought really the thing that's holding me that i'm trapped in and then as we go deeper into this we start to see that it's not that that there's broader deeper implications of what's going on in that process the end point being if i can cut to the end of the story that were clinging to self because it's the thought it turns out as we get deep into this that the thoughts are what define us what create this idea of self and letting go thoughts is a threat to that existence of ego so that's the ultimate addiction is the addiction to self. So i think. I got in deeper than i was expecting to. Your first question now is perfect. There's no such thing as too deep. I struggle a little bit with understanding the notion of addiction to self. Can you say more about it. Because i it feels right directionally for me but i am not quite sure i've crystallized it in my own. Mind what you mean by it well. I'm not sure this is an answer but you know i don't know if you know him. Great english mark in the thai forest tradition loves to quote a study that showed that people were more afraid of public speaking than they were of physical death and his conclusion. Being that people are more afraid of ego death of making a fool of yourself in public then they are of of actually dying and you know from your studies as well that this becomes a kind of mushy territory somewhat. Because their the buddhist says that there's nothing we can point to that is self after very careful how we talk about this because people say the buddhist says. There's no self well. The scholars say that's not accurate. And it's important distinction right but there's nothing we can point to that self however the way we relate to i is through thought i think about myself. All my thoughts are about me. One of the reasons. It's hard for people to stop thinking is that there's a fear and can feel it when you get to that edge. You only get to that deepa place on a retreat but you kind of get to this edge and spike. You're looking into a chasm like what is myself who am i
City of Houston Lifts Boil Water Notice
"Water notice that's been in effect since Wednesday. Following last week's freezing weather that really encompasses millions and millions of customers. So bad is moving in the right direction. Although I can tell you that million's Maura still have no safe drinking water, and so they're still asked to boil it because they're trying to rake make repairs to the infrastructure. As Texans start to thaw out nine million more bottles of water are on their way. Boxes. Case east Ego in Dallas Congressional Democrats this week hope to
City of Houston Lifts Boil Water Notice
"Of Houston's lifting its boil water notice that's been in effect since Wednesday, following last week's freezing weather that really encompasses millions and millions of customers, so that is moving in the right direction. Although I can tell you that million's Maura still have no safe drinking water, and so they're still asked to boil it because they're trying to rig make repairs to the infrastructure as text. Start to thaw out nine million more bottles of water are on their way. Boxes Case east ego in Dallas
Philadelphia Eagles agree to trade QB Carson Wentz to Indianapolis Colts
"So carson wentz traded to the colts again. We knew the colts were looking for a vet. We knew that the eagles were looking to move carson wentz. Whether you know you think that's wednesdays fall and the eagles thinking he's just not good whether you think has jalen hurts and the fact that they feel like he's promising young rookie who who pushed the vet out or whether you feel like. They're going to draft another rookie early. You know it doesn't really matter what matters is that will and we'll discuss that. Like i said another episode but what does matter this episode is carson wentz and the colts less. What will happen i. The eagles traded wentz for a twenty twenty one third round pick and a conditional twenty twenty two second rounder. Which if he plays seventy five percent of the snaps and twenty twenty one or seventy percent and the clothes made the playoffs then it becomes a first round selection in two thousand twenty two. I mean that's really not a lot. Not a lot honestly is really not. I mean if he is the franchise quarterback that the colts expect him to be since they made this trade even if it turns into a first round pick a third round pick. It's really not a lot. It's a lot free. Starting franchise quarterback. I mean. We just seen what staffer forgot. We hear what the texts wofford shawn. Watson it's this is really a lot no matter how you look at it however so from an ego standpoint like i said i don't wanna talk too much about the eagles on this episode but for an eagle standpoint. I don't feel like they got a lot But maybe this was the most they can get. They wanted to get rid of his salary. They wanted to move on so they do understandable understand. That's what you wanna do. You wanna do what you wanna do. Go for but i'm not a fan of giving them up for that for that for that price tag out at least a guarantee i. I can't be doing this whole conditional. I need a guarantee i number one number two round pick makomo give us some second round picks for picks to i get a player involved in their something so yeah from the eagles now point if i'm an eagles fan i'm a little annoyed. I'm pissed off. It'd be honest. He traded a quarterback who some of you believe instill and you didn't get a whole back and we know how hard it is to find. Quarterbacks like real quarterbacks legit quarterbacks so not happy from the from the standpoint of that but for the colts that is a win if wentz is who they think he is. That's a win. That's straight up win as all there is to it. So great job by the colts just for the price tag that it took to get him whence so far in his career. It's been pretty up and down right. I mean he's dealt with injuries. He's dealt with a bad team up. You know at times. That wasn't the greatest they didn't have the best of performances overall you know but carson wentz. I mean if you if you if you look at his career. He's been in the league for five years. I guess last year though some injuries doesn't eighteen he injuries and seventeen. I believe he has some injuries. So he's he's only had two full years. I believe he played every game but Regardless i mean he's had a really good seasons and then he's asked like not so great like last year was pretty bad. You know minus effectively play twelve games. Names a did play. It was bad it was his worst season.
How Breathwork Affects Your Brain And Helps You Experience Transcendence
"Have you ever heard stories of people coming out of meditation or breads work journey or even from plant medicine ceremony and talking about this profound sense of connection and unity and oneness this experience of feeling connected to everything around him and drowns ending beyond separation. Have you experienced that yourself and to really understand this scientifically. We need to understand the term default mode network. You see the demon. All the default more network is the name given to a network in your brain that has been shown to be crucial in normal everyday consciousness. That is when you're out and about your shopping. You're having a conversation and aimlessly browsing on your social media. Feeds the demon helps us function in the word and when it is added speak activity level is linked to mental processes such as our awareness of ourselves that is our ego construct our relationship those around us and how they perceive us and our relationship to the past and to the future. That is what happened why it happened. What could have happened. What will happen. What won't happen and questions like this. Does that sound familiar now when you are focused on a specific dusk such as solving a puzzle. Are snowboarding down. The mountain are trying to catch a moving ball. That's usually win the d. m. n. is at its lowest activity level. Now since we're talking about the brain year the default mode network has been linked to many mental conditions. Let's take the example of depression. When the demon is hyper active it can lead to excessive self reflection and creating of narratives and stories that are inaccurate or excessively negative. That's because the or active demon is always comparing our present state with something that happened in the past or projecting months or even years into the future. Another interesting thing is that the demon is intricately connected with chronic. Been being such a subjective expedience and often dime connected with an underlying emotion or memory that the person keeps going to again and again and it's hard to quantify pin because different people might have different reactions emotional connections and dollar ince's do they're being but when a person with chronic been dense do ruminate and think about there being. This tends to increase the severity of the pain and is correlated to an over active d. m. and so. Are you seeing how all of this seems to make sense. What if there was a way to turn off or turn down the activity levels in your default more network so in my research so far. I've come across a lot of studies about the effects of meditation and psychedelics on calming the d. m. n. Meditation has been shown to reduce the activity in people. But here's the catch in people who have been practicing for years together. However there are some forms of meditation such as johnson dental meditation. Meditation that actually increases the activation of demon with. She is pretty interesting right. I'll need to learn more about that now. I did come across. Many articles that suggest that psychedelics namely ceelo siobhaun contained in the magic mushroom has the quickest most profound effect on calming the and creating what is known as ego. Disillusion or the ego death. I'm sure you've come across that term before. But how does it work so just imagine that each part of your brain bleeds it particular instrument. One part is playing the cello. The other partly as violin clarinet won the flu and so on and normally each of these instruments are playing individually unbeknownst off the other once silla sivan enters it is as if the master conductor of the orchestra who was knocked out of consciousness suddenly gains consciousness and wakes up and starts guiding the orchestra and so now there is a communication between different musicians sitting in different parts of the stage who were initially compartmentalized. But now they're playing together and there's a crescendo. And what you receive is beautiful music.
Gogglebox faces union probe after reports of backstage bullying
"Let's kick off with some behind the scenes telling us a member of the crew on channel four's goggle box says that working conditions on the show Quite inhumane we know. These things are report by friend of the politics. Morrison adt the guardian ad for us. What exactly was alleged by this. Anonymous recently departed member of the production team and my understanding user as being a number of different allegations including People having to work extremely long hours in edit some you know. Obviously that has the kind of unsatisfied. Shen from the higher ups which is caused the shouting and various bullying bullying allegations from there And it just seems it's it's a production where the pressure was Just really piled on. I say union members to stop at anything union members off. It's kind of everyone that wasn't a top level. Seems to have really go in the neck when it comes to that production wished. Just frankly is i just personally. Don't get it. I think when you show. That's not big why it doesn't have all the resources to to make sure that everyone can run. That production properly is beyond me from my perspective. I joined the industry. Because i thought it was gonna be fun and i think that once you get into it because of the freelance culture because of the way that there's so much pressure and over the years because times and budgets have been squeezed. It's it's just become more and more stressful to to get things done and on also on top of that. There's been a huge amount egos creative egos existed in this industry as we as we all know and sometimes they can tip over into being a an incredibly toxic workplace And i just think it's i just think is really really sad that we have to wait until all of this outrage comes out and people have to make kind of complaints anonymously before inkling donna it. We should stress that they are compliant. Onuma sources as studio lambert gave the guardian a statement saying it takes the welfare of its teams extremely seriously across its productions and has a number of measures in place to encourage people to come forward with any concerns they may have as well as support systems for range of issues in the last twenty four hours back to his joined in as well having what if they've been saying they've set up their inquiry and i think they look they want to look much more broadly at the industry as a whole rather than To qassam on google books. But i think nobody box is a really good example because it is a very wealthy well established company. It's very well established brand that be making it. For years i mean obviously. There's the very fast turnaround on it. Which would put enormous pressure on on rolling those shows out but nevertheless it's a brand that's existed for a really long time and so by the time the series whatever you would think that you would have your production process. Fairly well oiled and organized. I just think it's about the culture of companies that can arise and as far as said when you go sania nia people who behaved badly. It becomes very very difficult for junior people to to call them out. It becomes very difficult. Doesn't it when it's a hit. That's kind of what we learn here. Isn't it because. I know from friends in the industry as well. The you actually take the job with a spring in your step as a freelance. Because you think we'll get through it for six or twelve weeks and then i'll have a terrestrial credit on my cv and it's well paid and there's no point making a fuss about out. Just do it because it's goku box and it's a hit sort of unlikely that studio lambert and gentlemen were completely unaware of the gossip. Everyone else was completely innocent. Yeah ice been known in the industry for quite a long time. And i absolutely would not believe they were not unaware and of course unfortunate that culture of coming in for twelve weeks thirteen weeks ain't going away and saying nothing encourages. The practice continued. Never she gets surfaced until for example surface. Now i think in a way this is not a new story and indeed on this very podcast. We've discussed this topic several times in the past and we've talked about it not just in the context of tv production within other sectors in the media industry but sick in the newspaper industry for example where As almost being an acceptance in the past by subs pushing people on stories pushing them to get more copy out and so. I think you know any industry that permits bullying by management should not be allowed to do so. It's not an acceptable practice. We all understand that deadlines can be tight. We will understand that. Maybe resources a tight. That's something you have to sort of live with. But how you handle that pressure or how you deliver. That pressure is difficult. I mean there's nothing wrong with the manager setting a deadline. But you don't shout at people you can always discuss things in a calm rational way to say. Look either it can be done or it can't so this sort of shouting culture bullying culture unacceptable but it does seem to be it's almost become endemic and almost accepted in certain sections of the media. And it really has to change. It really does.
The man third in the line of presidential succession has been in five 'Batman' movies
"Senator Patrick Leahy, 81 year old Democrat from Vermont and longest serving member of the current Senate, apparently has an alter ego actor and self avowed long time Batman fan appearing in five Batman movies of the pretty Hefty cameo, too. For the man is third in the presidential line of succession. He appeared in 2000 eight's The Dark Knight Batman movie with Heath Ledger's Joker. Here's a Listen We're not intimidated by thugs. You know? You remind me of my father. I hated my father leave his spirit and more than nearly as many Batman films as a caped crusader himself, usually appearing as a politician, apparently no plans to appear in the upcoming Re book
Refounder: The Essential Longevity Plan for Every Small Business
"What we've all heard the term founder and many of us our founders of small businesses. But what is a re founder and can you be one of them. Help us with that. Is patrick colletti. Who's a leadership at organizational cultural expert champion for founders and author of the upcoming leadership leadership. Book rebounder patrick. Welcome to the show. Thank you invite me here so been surviving during this pandemic. We've been making lots shifts Founder should you know finding the opportunities and being candid and honest about what needs to change. And as emily it's been It's been terrific so we all know. When a founder isn't a lot of us are founders. What's a refunder. Well refound herships the same john as founders though is expressed in different ways so let founders visa visionaries they take a different approach But they're the turnaround artists. These men and women who reimagine existing but broken structures and aimed to improve them. So i like to think of them. In a way as very practical magicians taking the raw materials of the company a culture or even life and transforming them into something more meaningful so put more simply be founders used their magic to create something better from something broken and founders typically start and founders two to draw a parallel but a difference they really start with nothing a create something so refunders. Really take something that's broken and make it better so our refound. There's always someone from the outside or kenny founder. become a refunder or they can't because as they say you can't read the label when you're inside the jar. I absolutely believe that people can change. So i would say while it is not that typical that founders then become a founder. I say they are where when given the right stimulus whether it's a crisis Something with their business with their family. Something dramatic happens in other book point to the fact that he to change that they change in history shown that that absolutely can happen so give us give us some examples of history where outside persons coming been rebounder and actually found gold in something that perhaps the founder had given up on shirt yet. This is it's actually quite common. You know there's a. There's a life cycle for those enterprises. That are fortunate enough to grow passed. A few million dollars inevitably after a few years. Some form of entropy occurs and so whether it's the founder that gets them stimulus that recognizes something needs to change more likely somebody within the business typically visit trigger now as you know with small businesses Most of them don't crush that two three four five our they do the need for change. Change die becomes pretty critical and so virtually any business today. That is over. Ten million dollars in revenue has had to make some pivots that all would point to having founder in the business. Now that may be a middle manager. That's pointed out that the product line needs to change that could be a co founder Or it may be found as well. Yeah it's interesting because you see very few businesses. They're able to go from nothing to billions of dollars. I mean the michael dell's of the world. The bill gates the world's although bill gates had partners to typically the skills that you need to actually get something started are not the same skills to grow it past at least in my case past ten million dollars it also indicates that there are not a lot of one companies right and so while you know what what gets you to. The party isn't the thing that will necessarily keep you there. It speaks to the fact that you know you may be one trick Business and you may have one. Particular product speaks to an audience. But that doesn't necessarily create a real thriving. Enterprise that's just a product you know. It's it's interesting to me because what you're saying is the refounded necessarily a partner or owner in the business. It's just some kind of person that works with you. That's a catalyst absolutely so founder doesn't need to be an owner in the business. In fact when. I speak to college students or young professionals one of my encouragements to them is every employer wants this. Every employer may not provide a fertile ground for but once they once you share on these your founder characteristics. They want you there. You're gonna be the future of the business and there's go ahead. Yeah there's really four steps in so one could argue. There's four kinds of founders instead of behavioral models that are that are linked to this. But i think the easiest way to think about it is every founder follows four typical patterns in the first one is a refunder. Isn't afraid to take silver. Look at hard reality and when you think about those folks that are on the front lines and maybe do in hand to hand combat in sales part of that has to do with ignoring problems sometimes and ignoring the knows that you get to keep going another day and so that may not fit well with somebody who is focused and taking a sober look at a hard reality. And that's not. Take a shot at salespeople at all Salespeople are very important. i'm a salesperson. We all need to sell. We're going to be successful but that particular behavior taking a sober look at hard realities. Takes a very special kind of person in personality. The second step is identifying. What's broken and you think about that. In terms of your strength finders. The level of conscientiousness that takes imprecision to find what's actually broken. And then to to take a phrase from the book which is taken from william faulkner to kill your darlings because candidly most of us to have too many options and it's difficult to close doors and so if you can be wise enough to kill your darlings and selectively focus then you go to the third step of of being founder. And that's where you imagine a davis in bold new possibilities and even if those possibilities seem remote it just for a moment juxtaposed that with step one which is not being afraid to take a sober. Look hard realities those people in particular. Think about your conscious. Cfo or an accountant that may fit into that category than imagining audacious bold new possibilities. And so that's the third step and then the fourth is refunders spring to action and the key here is execution and so we all of her execution is key. But there's there's an important asterik here. And that is that they have to execute by creating better realities for people those in their communities in the world large because just executing to get it done that may work for a short period of time. But unless there's a just cause a real purpose that re founding effort walton fail in. I don't really want to sell short. How difficult this is really for. A founder because founders are used to doing it themselves right so have you found that founders may not want to refound your because they say i can do it. I can turn around or they don't wanna work with someone because they don't want to miss something's wrong absolutely image part of the human condition and so therefore it's just a reflection of the organizations institutions that we run whether they're not for profits for profits. So yes i mean i think this is part of the the human condition and and really i think the bigger question is how large of an impact do you wanna have. Do you want to have a comfortable life with a very small business. That teeters on the edge or do you want to run. The kind of enterprise that has global impact or create flourishing for hundreds of thousands of people. We're talking with patrick colletti. He's the author. A book called founder. I think it's difficult for a lot of founders. Patrick because there's so much ego tied up in their business that change is difficult. I'm running my next book. Is called change masters and how hard it is for people to actually change. Unless they're in incredible pain and they have no choice. I'd found that sometimes the best opportunities arise during a moment of crisis and it might be a giant burden on your heart broken relationship or just a corporate hot mess. But it's in those moments that i think you can trigger a great refounding
The Creativity Conference, with Maxim Jago
"All right maximum. Welcome to the podcast. I'm i'm excited. Chat with you about the conference in particular but also some of the things that you're also involved in the kind of lead you to want to start a conference. Let's start there. Let's start with a little bit of background on you. Know just sort of who maximum jego is and the kind of things that you do and what keeps you sort of interested in engaging in this crazy world of tech that we have going on my word. Well thank you. Thank you for having me first of all of course that's an i. I usually say that. I've been pretending. I know what i'm talking about since the mid eighties and And sometimes in the us because the accident people believe me so been pretending to be understanding things and all these people about things you know. When i was really young. I just became a fan of existence. I wanted to know how everything would. I wanted to understand that. Not because i particularly wanted to change it just because i appreciate it and it turns out that would everything you know when you're a kid you think. Well i know that tea and coffee at different things. Therefore i know the universe but then as you get older you realize oh wait. There's a universe of things out there. And so i become a life long lover of learning and every opportunity. I get to understand something and how it works. I take it along the way. I started to detect Some patterns that emerge and Some some trends some trends in the world thinking is some trends in the way people some trends in important things to to bring it back around to the conference Some trends and creativity and i'll be doing in our In our keynote the opening of the conference that a creativity and intrinsic quality of the human experience that you don't learn it cannot be told you because it's already there like breathing and as long as you ought changing and causing change you are creative and so once you start with that you realize wow everybody's trying to express themselves will try to coastal agents. They will want to cost shadow. Have their place under the sun footprints in the snow. We all want our existence to mean something and one of the ways that you existence can be meaningful is by having impact and so when we. When i was thinking about the creativity conference the goal originally was to was to create a kind of meeting of minds. And if you'll forgive me taking up the time with the story there's a please do. There's a beautiful concept that was explained to me years ago and i don't claim to have any connection with the tradition But i was told that in the native american tradition. The culture is largely shamanic. Shamanism is rooted in a siberian fire. Religion ancient siberian fire religion. But ultimately suppose you'd say that it's It's a religion that focuses on nature with a capital n so there is a small end nature which trees and bushes in that kind of thing. And then there's capital nature where which is closer to the concept of aptness. But there's a right way to do things that's appropriate under the circumstances and of course it's natural with a capital n us as a species spend time in nature with a small pen. But i'm going off topic so the when when Native american shaman is holding a very large ceremony. There may actually be to shaman the perform the ceremony and the first is the one who performs the ceremony they speak the words. They perform the ritualized aspects of the ceremony. The second shaman will be that to hold the space. It creates an environment in which that's a good work done. Whatever it is. And so. When i had this idea for the creativity conference originally it was intended to be held in reykjavik in iceland on the concept is simple. We get cool people together. Who are passionate about really being alive really participating in this thing called life and give them an opportunity to share ideas and connect and so i described it as a meeting of minds and my goal was never to be a speaker. I was never going to be if you forgive the parallel the shaman holding the actual ceremony. 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10 Trivia Questions From a Ladder Round
"Are gonna jump into ten questions on a ladder around right now. Here we go. It's latte around trivia and it's your first question number one who played the title role in malcolm in the middle who played the title role on the tv. Show malcolm in the middle number one question number. Two which banned had a mid eighties hit with the song. Relax number two which ban had a mid eighties hit with the song. Relax remember if you got the first one correct. One of those words will carry over into number two and so on and so forth number to question number. Three which wrestler was the leader of the new world order number three which wrestler was the leader of the new world order number three and number four which australian i con played mick crocodile dundee number four which australian played mick crocodile dundee question number five which late actors starred in the films takers. Eight below and into the blue which late starred in the films takers. Eight below in into the blue followed by question number. Six supernatural star. Jared paddle lucky is. Set to star in a reboot of what nine hundred ninety s action drama. Tv show number. Six supernatural star. Jared pedal lucky is set to star in a reboot of what one thousand nine hundred action drama tv show and number seven. What horror film franchise has entries subtitled the next generation and the beginning number seven. What horror film franchise has entries subtitled the next generation and the beginning number seven question number eight a nine hundred ninety two wasp w a s p song or the alter ego of hardcore wrestling legend terry funk number eight one thousand nine hundred eighty two wasp song or the alter ego of hardcore wrestling legend terry funk number eight and number nine what was the name of the row all dahl children's book which spawned two respective versions number nine. What was the name of the wral dow children's book which spun two films with gene wilder and johnny depp playing the lead role in their respective versions number nine followed by our last question number. Ten tae zahn day went viral in the mid. Two thousand after the music video for which of his songs was released online. Pretend taes andre went viral and mid two thousands after the music video for which of his songs was released online. Those are all your questions in the ladder round. Every answer helped you the next answer. Hopefully you're able to figure them all out and we'll be right back to see if he did in just a sound effect. We are back with the answers to the latte around today. Let's see how you did if you're able to climb the entire ladder number one who played the title role in malcolm in the middle. That was frankie. Muniz frankie muniz. He is a racer and he is an actor. Frankie muniz number two which banned had a mid eighties hit with the song relaxed. That was frankie. Goes to hollywood. So frankie was the word that carried over there never three. Which wrestler was the leader of the new world order. That was hollywood. Hulk hogan hollywood hulk hogan and number four which australian icon played. Mick crocodile dundee. That of course was paul hogan paul hogan number five which laid actor starred in the films takers eight below and into the blue paul walker r.i.p paul walker number. Six supernatural star. Jared petty is set to start in a reboot of what one thousand nine hundred action drama tv show. That's walker texas ranger walker texas ranger and number seven. What horror film franchise has entry subtitled the next generation and the beginning. That is texas chainsaw massacre and number eight of nineteen ninety-two wasp song or the alter ego of hardcore wrestling legend terry funk that was chainsaw charlie chainsaw charlie number nine. What was the name of the rile children's book which spawned two films with gene wilder. Johnny depp playing the lead role in their respective versions. That was charlie and the chocolate factory. Charlie and the chocolate factory and a pretend as on day went viral in the mid to thousands. After the music video for which of his songs was released online. That was chocolate rain making it chocolate rain. And there you have it. The ladder from luke mckay. Thank you for sending those questions
Answering the massive questions driving this James Harden trade
"James harden wanted out of houston and finally got his wish. The brooklyn nets acquired harden from the houston rockets. And a seven player. Fourteen deal dramatically altered. The landscape of the league fardon joins kevin durant and kyrie irving in brooklyn while the rockets. Come away with. Victor oladipo from the pacers horde and i mean a future first round fix from the nets houston gets four unprotected first round picks and also in another. Do four first round swap picks. So we'll keep an eye on that also the deal has far reaching ripple effects because the number of players involved and also the magnitude of hardens franchise changing ability. Now the big question. Here in this deal is. These are three outstanding players. Three of the top players in the nba. How do you blend their talents. How do you keep their egos happy when you've got three people that want the ball. It's not true that brooklyn has asked the nba if they can play with three basketball's gave so it'll be fascinating to watch and see how this develops.
3 ways companies can support grieving employees
"About three years ago. I lost my daughter. She was sexually assaulted and murdered. She was my only child and was just nineteen as the shock wore off and the all consuming greed to core. I lost all meaning and purpose alive and my daughter spoke to me. She asked me to keep living. If i am not avow she will have. One less heart continued to with dad. My partner susan. And i started our desperate climb out of this deep hole of pro my loss in the back to the land of the living with grief we unexpectedly found a rather unlikely and bitty helpful ally my work at first. I wasn't doing trudy pressure. Go back to work. I i had a lot of self doubt as a senior executive responsible for thousands of employees and billions of dollars after all the trauma is my mind still sharp and creative enough for the job. Can i still relate to people. Can i get past their resentment and regret. i felt about all the time spent working instead of Being with my daughter. Is it fair to leave. Susan home alone dealing with han grief and pain at the end. I made the decision to go back to work. And i am very glad i did. We all experience grief and loss in our lives for most of us that means at some point getting up and going back to work while living with the grief on those days we will continue to carry the incredible burden of sadness but also i hope that work itself and restore us that much needed feeling of purpose for me. Work started out as a just a product distraction but evolved to being truly therapeutic and meaningful in so many ways and might return to work proved to be a good thing for the company as well. I know i'm not indispensable but retaining my expertise proved to be video beneficial and my return helped all the teams. Avoid disruptions and and distractions. When you lose the most precious thing in your life. You gain a lot of humility and have very different perspective. Free of egos and agendas and i think i may better corker and later because of that for all the good that came from you though might re entry into work from his who steady hard. The biggest challenge was having to separate my personal and professional apps completely. You know okay to cry at an early in the morning but slap a smile on the face promptly at eight o'clock and active as it is a santa's before until the workdays over leaving in two completely different worlds at the same time and all the hiding and and pretending that went with it it was. It was exhausting. It and made me feel very alone overtime. I worked through those struggles. And i gained the conference and the acceptance to bring my whole work and as a direct result of that i found joya gaining it shooting that hard journey back to work. I learn the power of having a culture of empathy in the workplace not sympathy not compassion but empathy. I came to believe that a workplace where empathy is a core part of the culture that is a joyful and productive workplace and that workplace inspires a great deal of loyalty. I believe that are three things. A company can do to create a nurture a culture and with the in the workplace in general and support a grieving employee like myself in particular one is to have policies that led unemployed deal with their loss in ps without worrying about administrative logistics. Second per wide. Return to work therapy to the employee as an integral part of the health benefits package and third provide training for all employees on how to support each other
3 ways companies can support grieving employees
"About three years ago. I lost my daughter. She was sexually assaulted and murdered. She was my only child and was just nineteen as the shock wore off and the all consuming greed to core. I lost all meaning and purpose alive and my daughter spoke to me. She asked me to keep living. If i am not avow she will have. One less heart continued to with dad. My partner susan. And i started our desperate climb out of this deep hole of pro my loss in the back to the land of the living with grief we unexpectedly found a rather unlikely and bitty helpful ally my work at first. I wasn't doing trudy pressure. Go back to work. I i had a lot of self doubt as a senior executive responsible for thousands of employees and billions of dollars after all the trauma is my mind still sharp and creative enough for the job. Can i still relate to people. Can i get past their resentment and regret. i felt about all the time spent working instead of Being with my daughter. Is it fair to leave. Susan home alone dealing with han grief and pain at the end. I made the decision to go back to work. And i am very glad i did. We all experience grief and loss in our lives for most of us that means at some point getting up and going back to work while living with the grief on those days we will continue to carry the incredible burden of sadness but also i hope that work itself and restore us that much needed feeling of purpose for me. Work started out as a just a product distraction but evolved to being truly therapeutic and meaningful in so many ways and might return to work proved to be a good thing for the company as well. I know i'm not indispensable but retaining my expertise proved to be video beneficial and my return helped all the teams. Avoid disruptions and and distractions. When you lose the most precious thing in your life. You gain a lot of humility and have very different perspective. Free of egos and agendas and i think i may better corker and later because of that for all the good that came from you though might re entry into work from his who steady hard. The biggest challenge was having to separate my personal and professional apps completely. You know okay to cry at an early in the morning but slap a smile on the face promptly at eight o'clock and active as it is a santa's before until the workdays over leaving in two completely different worlds at the same time and all the hiding and and pretending that went with it it was. It was exhausting. It and made me feel very alone overtime. I worked through those struggles. And i gained the conference and the acceptance to bring my whole work and as a direct result of that i found joya gaining it shooting that hard journey back to work. I learn the power of having a culture of empathy in the workplace not sympathy not compassion but empathy. I came to believe that a workplace where empathy is a core part of the culture that is a joyful and productive workplace and that workplace inspires a great deal of loyalty. I believe that are three things. A company can do to create a nurture a culture and with the in the workplace in general and support a grieving employee like myself in particular one is to have policies that led unemployed deal with their loss in ps without worrying about administrative logistics. Second per wide. Return to work therapy to the employee as an integral part of the health benefits package
"ego" Discussed on EGO NetCast
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"ego" Discussed on EGO NetCast
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"ego" Discussed on EGO NetCast
"Express himself. I don't agree with his expression in that case violation that's that's force in a way i used to create value for myself I really do. Because i have no hatred in my heart. I'm grateful for the things. I learned because of that. You know i wrote this song with. I'm proud of and i'm still learning everyday learning and ai kon. Ask anyone else to do things. I'm not prepared to myself. So i'm listening to you. Do i respect you even if we might disagree cut. Am i willing to learn from those things. I need to work and then to i have hope and i do believe in being good and i do believe in free will. And that's what the thing is we will have. The free will and could be harder for some zenica upbringing and whatnot and we could have had talked about that. But if we don't believe in free will and then it's over in a way and that's what we have also the whole thing. I mean you have to always do the fact check and see what if it's coming from mainstream media or alternative media or new media whatever you want to call it but also different groups as again as as saying. It's even dangerous for me to say this kind of things day like this. Because maybe somebody will be offended and won't put put me on some hitless to blacklist to whatever but why it shouldn't be like it shouldn't be like that but of course again we would always take consequentially if we say something that's not true or hey but to some some room or whatever we have institutions will have to take care of it but i see follow. What's happening. Who is behind an who soon how to say tried to get even more violent because they may try to win some kind of but they will not they will only destroy and then it will be other things coming in place so we should talk about that than how you could do it in a peaceful way and because ss head to nations and societies could change by better ideas. That's why i have this show. It spread better ideas when it comes to new media. Business philosophy and and the good life including t so veterans is talking about the also had be heavy discussion. Day a so. So what's your with your interesting with your upbringing and where you're coming from. Sydney venue said the now. And what did you say you wish. And it was more. It was to the saxophone player and college. So so what did you what do you. What kind of beverage did you have in your childhood and upbringing at your home. A cup of tea. Let's see you know. I think as yorkshire my mom's mom's leads so I don't drink team your from what. I'm fr- originally i'm from leeds. Oh my goodness. I didn't know that. Yes yes yes. I was born i was i was born and raised in app. Textile neighborly And then bad removed to ox with and then krige on the now moved on to sheffield moved in with the banish chef. Beanie sheffield for about a half years now but yes so the majority of my life being a grown grown opinion lades. Yeah wow so. What do you. Because i know that you are now in europe seen is your drinking in report of world. I think i'm kind of little bit of a health nut. I so i i sorta Herbal teas like i love making like gin. You know like peeling ginger and boiling ginger. Until he gets piscine golden. And then i'll put some kind of like rasberry her tea and a lemon. I like to have that in the morning. And kind of epicure put powder in that and so. I love herbal teas actually. Let's interesting and as i said we have to protocols one in swedish wondering english and when we talk about the tea that was coined by call. Phone linear so called family nia ending. He even covered it. And that it's the from a t- plant camelias. So that's like you can say flower family so if you have herbs and others. That's like infusion assumed has to come from a tea plants. But i know you mean daily speaking you talk about horrible tea spice tea or something like that have been really boost your call it t but that's a that's a plant. The red bush from south africa. It's a different kind. But i it could be like a genitive or something. That's good to get a deal zone so ask my interest so it's interesting to hear about your health relationship. Yeah i love how england saly grew up. Always like ooh let's have. Let's let's talk about it and have a cup of tea. You know that that whole cultures. I did grow up like that. I just like eventually got. I think there's something it tannin and t- turning wine.
"ego" Discussed on EGO NetCast
"We talk about fold and we talk about how i affect my environment like the shadow. The shadow environment is a reflection of my thoughts. My words and deeds right. I'm reminded that actually silently when we talk about science every human being is made of the same stuff right that's the actual reality and like you said you know. People like to put themselves in groups and close himself etcetera me from my point of view. I wrote that song light. Jonathan said it's actually. My deal is out Systemic racism racism in the system of black people and the the fact that people black people's lives right now are risk in america. That's that's the reality right. So that's what i talk about. Because that's what concerns me out. I'm wearing but then. Jonathan might have something to different than you might have something different. We will have to stand up for ourselves and our humanity. So that's what that's about now. The thing about the all when people. I think that there are many things that we can meet. Educate ourselves from a buddhist point of view. The us division. Have they do this podcast yesterday. I say to a podcast about racism with people that have experienced it in. How what they're doing by changing themselves in signs and Learning how to be compassionate. Like that's what i had to do. I'm compassionate tools. That god especially because he he helped way cuffy's about what can i change about myself looking at myself and what are my biases. And how can i learn to listen to. Somebody else has a different opinion. Maybe might not be something i want to hear. But that's why. I love these discussions right listening to each other and everybody else. Everybody has their own opinion. Now let's get to lend people start saying mattis because that's happened to me personally. When people are saying that i asked him. Why are you saying that. When i'm saying to you that i can even in the last month if you can count them out the people. The people of color are getting killed practically every week and it's different when a white guy come walk around with a rifle for the black person calm and they're getting killed so that's one that's what it means. When they're saying black lives matters right. So why why are you saying to me. Life's coastal lives matters but actually black limestone actually all matter in the same way right now. So that's what i say to that. you know. The old life matters because it really is. It's kind of understanding what somebody's intent do they do. They really mean that you know so. I think it's really for me about really. I'm still learning the ultimately listening to understand why someone wants to put somebody else down irrespective why that is just because they're different from them because we are not different but we have to understand that there are certain things going on not just an american into in the system that prevents everybody being equal whether they of color whether the gay today a different gender with the trans so i think that having discussions and talking to each other and respecting each other and having our own viewpoints. But you know really asking ourselves are we are. We respecting the dignity of that personnel. We are. We put ourselves in that shoes. You know that that's kind of to say about that. So that's fine. If that's why. I have show it's show and i have freedom of expression and freedom of speech and i protect very dearly but i will continue it about but if some The views and opinions and also weighed religions. Could want me to stop me. Vats when i hear about what jonah being gone through and you. I'm getting sad. And i mean that's for me also if you say something even if you you could make we should be able to make yolks and to talk about things and these kind of thing and in certain things. That's happening right now. It's it's getting that this aside before political correctness or things that you're not allowed to say but you take consequences of your actions and what you're saying and but right now feel that it's it's getting harder and harder and that's dangerous because then toront- or a dictator or pressure from different groups could take take power and and that's ms dangerous and it doesn't to solve any problem to go out in the streets and destroy things destroy property violence and so that's that's not dissolution and Yeah so we're to talk about it. I think it's really important. One of the things dissect locate talks about is when we get information. Like i actually martin. It's been so interesting light you'll knowledge of like searching of this stuff is like. I really want to learn how to do that. One of the things he says is what we you know. We know that when we got information where is that information coming from. Have we changed that information. Who is saying it. Why are they saying. Because it's so easy to an you know. I don't know what. I know that i have discussed my sister right. And there are some people that will have discussions about black matters and she'll be like well no in this. Have you checked the website. Do you know that started by three women because a fourteen year old got killed one to do so one of the things that happens with systemic racism and this happened but as as i educate myself about black history even in england but in america is that. There's a pattern when when when when people when they become something becomes powerful. Oh connects what happens is An actually it's not just with black if you look at trump he he will. He'll do it with everything you know. Then it gets colder net. So socialism is a tonight like in america. They used to talk to me about all you english. You'll have bad teeth. This annual have bad teeth. Because you know you need to go to the dentists. You need to have braces when you grow up in america at least when i used to be there everyone has braces less money when you taste right so even health care of. It's all about money so they healthcare's word so now they're trying to make too but it doesn't matter. I'm actually not sad. Because i don't look. I think that the whole thing for me about being but this. I don't look outside. I believe in the power of people no matter what who they are. We human beings if we can choose hope and use our lives to kind of look. You'll doing and i agree. I agree with you that everyone should be able to express themselves. Everyone has a right. Every person has the right to express themselves as just in my opinion as long as a that being respectful. and jimmy. and they're trying to create value. That guy that spattered me he had the. He'll say he had the right to.
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"It's up to every person to have their own religion long as you don't force it to somebody else exactly. We talked about this in america. What's what's going on man. We should have a separate between church and state and it was very important. So it's it's good that you talk about this. So i will include that in in their show notes also because you have to see on the bright side of the opportunities possibilities bundles of talk about what's happening now. And that's why. I like to your a statement. They're a great revolution in in yaas to single individual will help achieve a change in the whole nation. Was that i. I believe in that. Miss rand that them subscribe to her philosophy active in she fled or left russia and came to america and that she talked about individualist and resume how to create a free society. And what we see. Now it's it's yeah it's it's collectivists but you put people in in different tribes or classes or whatever and put them against each other so i will include also into my new coast and blogger blair about when we will have an into. Andrew bernstein of us is in order and a philosopher and radical capitalist. And he has written novels and saw an here written essay on racist. Minute was very. I got chills. When i read it. America's history of fat but also history awful individual rights and and also what the solution could be so i. I recommend everyone to read that. Because what i see now it is all lives matters and it will individual matters so we shouldn't put groups Against each other we should think about the individual and so i say like colorblind individuals should be of a thing. Can i just say something on lots swell give do that. Don't like the actual truck. We the ri- as well as we've been discussing is mainly aimed at a specific is mainly aimed a specific topic however it could be those lyrics arraigned other things as well and ask me like save gender for example whether you like whether you're homophobe. Sorry whether you're gay whether you whether you're sex yet rush Whether you've been bullied the being abused. I've i myself of suffered in the past for from walking down the street when i was many many years ago with a lie being homophobic towards me and Even a few weeks ago. I had to a gentleman who gave me hand gestures because i tried to live. Ask him to wear a mask because of the because of the virus In on any not being masked by conduct surround on the trump for an exemption past any had the mascagni's park decided to give me hon gestures to say like well. This is what. I think you kind of thing another rally like. Now stay in leslie. There was no need for it near agreed. The going back to the whole thing. With george floyd as well. I don't know whether you've seen on the on. The news. In the past. Couple of days with dan rutz for diverse. Say they did Oxide came from. Britain's got talent about ten years ago i think he was And they've rarely successful over the years performed to sell out west end crowds and things. Don numerous toes dances are so spectacular is some real and then they put something out. Britain's got talent final. I think it was last week or the week before and it was too it was it was down to Remember wall had happened to. George floyd and is over ten thousand complaints that have gone to combat and of coma thinking whether they should light actually investigate on. I don't understand why people have complained about it to be honest with you because we've we you would. All in this day and age people would have moved moved on a looks like heaven and a upsets me when you get dot number amount of complaints for some saying when especially from from black group who says the are was well a out there and saying look. This is what actually happens to kind of people. It shouldn't i don't understand why people come complaining about. I really don't eight. He's two thousand. Yup i agree with comedy. I again recommend people to read The essay by andrea bernstein. And he talked about the history but also what's happening statistically vice. We'd an icy as everyone as an individual not color of their skin but there is initials. What's happening between blacks and crimes. And all this kind of thing and that we should as soon as soon as ad talk about and have discussion about goes at ottawa. Is it will be how to say people who have certain agendas that want to stir up things. And and i mean icy will most like an anarchy state. And i'm afraid about that. I think we should have the secure state it amenable state about the securitate protecting our individual rights. And that what you talk about in the song. Please let me be as an india deal. I could drink i dance. I could be myself. That's should what how it should be. I just wanted to say two things. First of all the human mother lucien that that's back quote is by a man called a philosopher. Peacemaker kodi sacrilege cater and. It helped me a lot and that he's he's a buddhist but it. What helped me a lot was the way buddhist. Feel and i agree with you. I first of all this. I respect anybody stoltze no matter because we do any thing so but it helped me a lot because he talked about when.
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"Interesting it is it is interesting. It's big where talked about dumbing the whole industry and how you get paid and song and it's start up you know or india from sweden and It become very big evening. Podcasting lacking turn tive for android users to listen to podcasts. So what. We're saying. Jonathan now just going to say i will. Now the social media handles and everything after the interview. So you've got them give us good. Yes that's good. That's that's how we roll it here so we'll keep this in in the show also so talking about that's how you'll nothing reach out to me in a very official way by the way here is not a person but you should be interested in doing and could be interesting for your fans and for listeners and utah in the green room into should be and how we do it and we have a jolly good shot at one of a topic was about all kinds of what's going on right now and you had done a single there and you call a week or two right could you give a bit of backdrop then and maybe we'll have some discussion even a discourse and maybe even a debate we will see what would be this could lead to shoot away. Well factually festival. I love the whole idea about discussion right kind of like that slowly likely. Aim of this record actually and the single. It's very different from other things. I've done in the sense that it's i don't know if you wanna call it political i call it social. It was it's about My feelings about what's going on. In in america with the the killings of black people and and it was really born out of the fact that the day the day before i had heard about the woman this woman in the park in central hawke who Cooled place on a guy that was that a bird chain when bird-watching she she was filmed like saying i'm going to call the police on you. I'm going to call the police on you. And so he started filming and she then while being filmed is like this man is coming soon is going to hurt me so the hoping seen so. I heard about that the night before then. The next day i heard about george floyd my husband told me and i want to even watch the video because every time someone gets killed like that by the please i live in miami. So that is some america stiffen from when we lived in new york. I kind of just get upset in to the news. Because i just didn't want to face. It did just sad but this particular. This particular day with george floyd was i mean. I was just really gutted by. I haven't even seen the video. And i called a friend to see how he was doing and he said sit is a black woman. You'd have to watch that video. Data watched the video that went out for a woke. My husband and in florida the whole response to the corona virus has really been no response. We kind of had a lockdown a couple of weeks and but people would never really in and the whole mosque wearing thing became really. You couldn't go outside and people like wanting to california and then and then somebody literally did cough and spit at me and we'll possibly a than away laughing and my response was kind of new to it. At the time. When i went home. I was very upset about everything the combination of everything and buddhist so. I started chanting. Kind of int's here's like what am i supposed to do with the stuff you know. And and then that song was born. It came up my head and me and sound said let. Let's put late downstairs away. So that was my response and it really is about affirming to myself that i have a right to be human being an affirming that i can't put my. I can't keep my head ignoring eight. Latin what she news. I'm not going to not going to block the boats. I can't really do that anymore. Especially recognizing that. I come from a mixed race family you know. My grandmother was lithuanian. Do my grandpa escaping lithuania. And was an to in the in the in the cynical and i talked to show it to jewish school and our family was fragmented because of the fact that my grandma. My white grandmother marriage nigerian trumpet player. so i think the i always willamantic that whole story. So it's been really awakening for me and it and it is different and it's kind of we self released it because of course some people don't want to they want i mean i am happy. Said i'm always happy. But i think this is a great exploration along with the whole thing with the corona virus. What's going on in the states because it is real for me. It's real for my friends. My friends go running. go through. They might bump into the wrong person. If i walked down the street in my pitches the in florida with these guys with rifles you know to put children sixty s a real It is a mobile mobile street now. So-called anthea fun and yeah then delays in mobbing. it's all as an american spirit. I'm i'm sad about the situation. And it's it's. It's good that you talk about your own background and i saw and upbringing eagles. I start a new show called the secular fox sold. And i'm i'm not a religious person i believe in science rationality and i..
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"And continued conversation better. Alan barrett was also site on officials short sh- and then cherry red records is that also physical store in london. Is that true. Oh plus i have some memory. When visit london that i went to record store and then it was vinyl yet. i'll out. They did learn london. And i think it was share records but i'm not sure yes That they are Their record company that they put out a couple of completions out getting back to the eight hundred dollars thing. I think that's why a bay was for my first album. Arrival was not only available in vinyl. So people were selling it for that much on the black market and if you mark and so and so that prompted them to put out a special edition of my first album arrival on cd and then that it really well so then they did another one called roses remixes mixes and rarities which is based on all the recordings. I kind of a lot of remixes of my song roses and a lot of songs. I hadn't even released with the sony record. So that was that what that was about. So that's my connection with ben. It's great news. Said the market is supply and demand. And the interesting the interesting with the vinyl howard. Become popular again. I think let's go. And then i saw it on duck duck go vs alternative search engine and i found you on the internet movie database and lost and listen auction site in sweden ginza. That was a mailo. It's a mail order service for recordings in song. So that's interesting to find you there to wow and going back to kapiti there you have the wunderlich productions could you tell you about your reflection company and also your partner. Very in sunshine sound insane. I love the sunshine from now on. I love that. He's my sunshine. Yeah we. I met my husband thirteen years ago. It was on adversely twelve. You're on sunday. And the moment i met him. He's actually like sixteen years younger than me. Which i'm very very proud of. He just wanted to really encourage me to start recording again. And he's a music producer writer himself and so we formed a company called wunderlich productions. Which is everything music related to you know. We write songs for other artists for help. Upcoming artists do Events where we're based in miami. We met in new york. But we're busting miami so we started the company new york and then moved to miami heat. Dj's and so we events in music so that's one productions. It's always growing really fun thing and we work together. We have shepherd career but we love writing together. I have a secret love for pop music and he has is. His love is for hip hop music and together we create magic and talion some very another amazing thing. Why i'm here. You don't want anymore. You cannot ask for any more than that. Really kenya's no but you told them about your sound insane. Your partner sounds insane and sounds and i listened to look look my way in before we started in and i liked that song. So could you tell a bit about that. Show that song. Actually i done some recordings with stocktaking waterman back in the day i did getting close with them in a song called better not fooling around and so look my way as i was getting my eighties show to get a friend of mine had told me about my way and i had found out that they had written that. Songkhla me back in the eighteenth but i had not Nobody presented to me personally. And so i hadn't heard it and they passed on and kylie minogue recorded it as a more. R&b type truck. So when i heard it. I put it in my set in my at's set and just really loved it and got a good reaction good feedback on it so decided to put a single with energize wet codes. Make a video and it was like a lotta fun. There's a lot of fun videos awesome. I really really liked the colors and everything in with street on everything in the background as well. Yeah we did that. In my at an area miami cold wind would which is an area where the office slips nor the wounds and painted and so. Yeah it was fun and we did it very very budget style. You know like getting changed costume changes in the back of a car from only using my friend's house and just using having friends. It was just really really a lot of a lot of love ones into that. Because i'm really blessed to be surrounded by lovely people wonderful friends and we get created together and support each other. Whatever endeavour doing so a lot of joy it's great and could you find these videos and other stuff on your Bond wunderlich production site. Actually find it on. Hey with music on youtube okay good. She's an official and haywood heywood officials. He goes because. I want to linked to official places on vanessa and eat it. It's a jungle out there when you try to find something going on soundcloud two productions on soundcloud. I didn't really have a strong presence on soundcloud but haywood music on face On facebook instagram spotify. Just getting into spotify now which is.
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"Welcome to e net cost. I am martin lindskog. You'll not an and high sydney welcome to the show. Thank you got old bed so we talked in the green room about all kinds of things. So what's on your mind sydney or see for short semi mind today. What is on my mind today. Is i've been thinking about the power of folks listening to michael jackson. Michael jackson changes. That's my mind at this very moment. And so i actually. I didn't know whether this is going to be on camera. Not so i was getting ready for. I look lovely by okay. Okay make you sit these makers selfie us when we publish it. That's one reason why i have radio show. Would you look lovely like you know. I can't speak for your yonatan is looking. Yeah smashing inc yeah he. Let's love to lovely i inside but yeah it tribes ones into but talking about that. The i must say when. I did some listening here on your on apple music. Eyeso- an official video with roses. And then i got blown away by your beautiful so please tell about that Bdo thank you so much. When i was like twenty is out that was my hit record. Roses and home is a song. I'm known full around. The world and the particular video was fun. Because i had all my friends I was a professional before that i was used to dance on the show. Top of the pops. So and i had. I always wanted to have a hit single in total my friends. They could be in the video if i did so. That was really fun. My friends who are in it and we all went out awkward psychot- my rep address from down king's road. It's fake citing cnn. Yeah token would dance. I have to put that in 'em before we starting with the searches plus your you have these artist. Name short like similar to russula. You have a name your haywood if i pronounce right now but the we dispelling any advan but one results. That showed up on leaky pedia. Is benny hill. So please tell him about that. And i don't know if everyone knows about it and this is not political correct but i love that show afforded name. He knew that time. And then you had some lovely ladies running after. Benny hill and vice versa. So could you tell about if you watch any. I was sixteen years old. I went to a performing arts school. So i've been working since i was thirteen in some capacity of arda that i booked benny hill show when i was sixteen and anybody who watches those shares will not. I am not the one being chased by. Benny hill because he was adamant that i was not really into that kind of thing And i was hired because he was doing a little skit with Based on a group called gossip and in the eighty s very raunchy group with kenya. Kenny everett show was called hot gossip and all. The girls are very sexy. We'd like stockings and suspenders. And then and they were all different colors of white and then the boys were black. So we i booked to be one of the black boys. And all the benny benny hill and his people. Just opposite scantly dress girl. So that's why booked initially and then i did a couple of episodes. I once played a vacuum cleaner to know noah played a maid actually when the electrical appliances were taking over the earth and killing them. And i got killed by vacuum cleaner and various things. Like that and your show but we have fun. Jimmy time and for me this today. It's sad day. You could save the members nine eleven and we should remember not forget betton so but also going around but as i said to to light up and also that this is not politically correct to say that you watch that. Ann enjoyed it and i think that. Say something about you. Say about thinking in forts but we have them of expression and freedom of full then you could have. What kind of taste you have. And you could ever intellectual discussion about it. But i like your your approach and you're hiding from it or it's their on the net so one on duck duck. Go very bad as i. I didn't watch didn't On more of that especial. Benny hill fandom site. That could probably you could learn everything about that. show saints. It sounds you could find going back to search is on on your search on sydney a wooden i found and that was the precise search. Then i found nine hundred eight to six results on vicki pedia videos. Descr your district court choreography. And we'd don't records and songs and then something called. And i get i kind of mitch. The site amazon spot. Spotify rate your music vicky. This visually haven't talked about that side and so on wikipedia but we'd wishaw misuse and then masika in australia and talk about pop. Music sits very much about music and then then assert on said Would then i got seventy tout seventeen thousand results and there. It was benny hill found out. And then the other name that you had and then facebook and then on his sites in sweden auction sites on different Records whatever on and on this week appeared. Yeah there when you had one of the records in the beginning it could cost. What was surprised. I eight hundred dollars in amazon in japan is that was that the smash hit. Yeah i mean it's very interesting what you say so. I caught him and get my head around the whole search thing. I don't even. I get overwhelmed. I i've never tried to see the eagles. You search on your own yet yeah. I've never really done that. But i actually. In fact when you know when google first came out and everything. I was like horrified. That the prospect. That people could look into your life like that. But you know. I when you're in full when you perform and you have to of eat it up but Yeah it's It's mind-blowing in the even more mind-blowing is been you search on your audience name Rizola sala haywood then again Seventy nine thousand results. That's impressive and then you have a twitter handle so i probably will tweet you jonathan. You're not indict message as a is very good. That's social media. I'm only sukhumi joking advising others to use it. But i know a finger do Again say for the record. It was a nice Yesteryear by John and that led to to have a conversation with resolve to gonna talk. And that's the power of the internet. And as i shared with i listened to late singular might make magnificent so and the way it led so i'm happy. They're happy about that. Then probably i will do is similar to you. If you're on.
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"Even with a podcast. It's like they don't know that we talk about emails. We talked about ten years. We talked about bartering in this thing unless you tell what which is what. You're doing the show right. I think that the amount of risk to figure out of content as good as a lot lower on tiktok anywhere else. So i love that and like you said there are eyeballs on there to buy stuff to sell. I bought items. Because i saw them on tiktok. And there's someone said that there's eighty percent of his aren't instagram. I think supposedly percent of businesses are on tiktok. And there's plenty of eyeballs. And you said. Is it going to be a fad hope. Not i've been on tiktok for four years. It was musically for four years away join musically that ended up merging into tiktok five on there. For a long time it's been thriving so we'll see where it goes. I think the world has just woken up to announce the possibility. We'll see what happens. Some keep my fingers crossed. One more tic tac okay. That's good that's good to have you have the test out bite but was not almost like a off. I didn't try and my twitter. I'm gonna download and see. Will we get match. I wanna have it done yet. So do it and yes so but it's great to hear that you have good experience from in fascinating story so i would follow it. Along will not join the catholic along. And if i have somebody that's interest sure as convenient and beyond and and it's about you having to be on i think that's one of the beauties of tiktok is that the content from tiktok could be shared on any other platform so a lot of people will experience tiktok through share on facebook a share on linked to share on twitter. Videos can go anywhere on the web so you might not have to type. It will find you. Yes yes and. that's what i assume. On the reels feature on instagram it will slow symbol. Take out of it. So that's the crazy part of all this so so anything else.
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"To net cost. I am martin. Linda scope high shyly. Allow the golan good thinking about. Oh my gosh. I just learned a lot about different topics that we can dive into today. And i am just. I'm thinking about the whole ego surfing situation. It's something i talk to my clients about. I'm thinking about social media and like the ups and downs. Why we love it why we hate it all that kind of stuff. You're going to be like spark just now as we're prepping for this show feld great to hear you. I hear you. You have lots of energy and also of that on your website. Also so please explain. What's a social media chiappa. What is your social media circus. Oh your social media sir. Sherpa is a business. I have to help empower business owners to do their own marketing. I give them clarity and accountability on how to do their own social media the people that i helped those people who've done the work who who have business context or good net workers who have an entire audience of people that love and adore them already off line a health take all that attention and relationship and help bring them online that a lot of times businesses don't realize that all they've cultivated off line is the same as social media and it's all related so one of my clients is like an indian matchmaker. She has a great email list of contacts and past business people and people that can refer her. she's never won. Send an email out to them. And there's a pool of attention there that she's missing out on so it's helping people build the textisms into their business so they can have a complete marketing cycle from mark from social media contract to emails to showing yourself as experts answering the questions in anticipation of what your clients need. That's what it's all about. Yeah mark can you tell your audience a little bit more about how i got into this. Do this course. Oh absolutely so. We're talking a little bit earlier about social media. Being the best thing in the worst thing potentially and social media in my life has actually changed everything as a kid. I didn't have a ton of friends. I didn't have a lot of relationships. And i and a finding my community of people that i love and adore on my space so way back in the day i found people that like the same weird hobbies that i did so for me. Social media changed my life. How i accessed cool people they never would have met before. I mean i'm talking to you today. Because of the power of the internet so put put mesh worked shoutout to them. This new service for matchmaking away between guests and.
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"ego" Discussed on EGO NetCast
"I don't I don't I don't I've never counted them now could you? Could you do call again? Focus on positive things. But I mean we'd orders and others. If you have worked lots of it it could be the conveyor finished and published when they are. It's enough so to speak. But is it any song that you said about this happening? Everybody's free zone. Maybe that's not the right thing right now. We should be but right now we are. I mean things are happening and we could have opinions about that but is it any song at stick still. Stick with you on that Bean favorites over years or is it that every new song is a new chapter so to speak. Yeah every new song is a new chapter. Every all song is A memory of you know what I did by. Having the opportunity of working with producers with songwriters and meeting people end the process for me is always one that is exciting. I love love what you produces a love working with songwriters of neighborhood of a love getting demo songs and listen to them and thinking you know how could I sing net with my kind of voice stuff like that so every song that have recorded over the years? He has a special meeting for me. Because it takes you back to where I recorded. Who I recorded with. Who wrote it like one of the songs? I'm thinking of I did when I was signed to Sony For an album called look no further. I did a song which was written for me by Diane Warren. And in my opinion she's one of the world's great songwriters because if you listen to her extensive songwriting collection. She's written for artists that do completely hardcore rock songs to Selene. Dion and I had the opportunity of thanks. She wrote the title track. Look no further so. I got flown to Los Angeles and I worked with her. I got to meet her and have produce says it was just a wonderful wonderful experience. And she was a lovely lady. That's great great to hear to get some insights about the. What's what's going on in music industry? So yeah what. What's Your Anything regarding your future plans well has like like..
"ego" Discussed on EGO NetCast
"Love music was used on the Carlito's way which was Al Pacino. Movie and Sean Penn and meant the time signed to Sony and You know I got to walk in with Jelly Bean. Who you know from Madonna and they flew me down to New York to record. I Love Music Which is the soundtrack Carlito's way? And you know I got to meet the Al Pacino and I was asked to perform at the the premier in New York which was just absolutely fascinating for me. Just wonderful wonderful. That's that's Great. And that's what the result. I saw when I did Elton TV search engine duck duck. Go Best for privacy. Then I saw this Internet movie database and learned about movies. I will watch and it's a great and then I saw lost. Fm that was like an old site also for music stations and so on that there had profile on you and some of the foot photos and tracks and also all music and so that was the difference between Dr. Go and Google but coming back to that. Could you tell more about Your work especially venue song. And it was how he could promote this in to to reach out to fans on ban campus. One source I recently been added that to my to my compilation to the collection. And then you could see other fans in August individuals that have bought the records digital or physical and so I think that's pretty neat way of doing it so please chime in here. Yonathan and Rusalka. What's what you're thinking about that. Well I mean I'm going by what the energize have put up the single to to get I know like for instance you can listen to spotify. It's available from band camp. As you mentioned earlier on Amazon Itunes sites available on a quite a few good online retail. Retailer's what did you say? Jonathan fully agree. Venus hundred fifty percents. Because you said reach out to me then you send me an email with links When the empty free files EMPHA- record I would be great to play some of his songs here. But as you know this podcast will be for on disputed spotify any fe here music. They could have an issue with that. Even if I would have permission from you so I will link with to soundcloud to to band camp and also to my playlist on and I advised listeners to go out and buy the records in that format that you want. But that's the thing we'd music on podcast. It's and I am for VIP protecting the property rights of a authorities. So that's why I like apple music because I know that they are paying and good good money to to the orchestra so but yeah so you could tell a bit you sent me. I think it was ten different versions of the latest single and I would joke about now. It's a it's a bit hard to say but it's nice words so fish them any Swedish you could say you could say minute physic- and now you have some some fun would here because from Goldenberg Slang called fake. It's like coffee place so he wants to and go to mcchord magnificent magnificent so but it's like a local humor could be hard to get Salonen but then you send ten different ones. I tried to compare it with the extended play like e appear but say and then the album like five songs. So could you tell me about the songs that you send Jonathan and the songs that are that you could buy it was. It was one song that I think it was an discredit like that that I couldn't see online but I got it. S an email so please go for some of a Russian Sierra and your thoughts about in in how you have worked that because that's fascinating for me as a person. Yeah there's a is probably as I say around seven to ten ten different mixes of the track on each one has its own unique Like sound that they also have like will appeal to various different people as you were saying earlier on Everybody is into the same style of music. So one person may like the disco idea. Another person may like the The the new house edit all the KLA Beta etc so my particular favorite is the Retro Tech. Mix of winning. There's a video on youtube of that. Which was olives Good friends created Stanley. Wash Stanley. He's A really really. Nice Guy and Yeah ONE OF MY OTHER MAKES. Favorite mixes is the The brothers in house at Yeah. Another off Gra is L. Remix US some thing. I'm still yet to listen to the cycle. I'm I'm hearing good things about it. There's just so many mixes and I listen to all of them that both it. I got from you by email and on apple music. That could be an hour. I interrupted you John. You have different services and different things and it's that I think also the legal things about about it because for example. I've seen music that I play from where I'm located. And then you could play it on other places in the world so and maybe apple music. Maybe not I on it every time folks that the deal that I haven't seen various but the ICS On the spotlight. That was the latest one as the do and I liked it but to to watch that also and because they had to serve as a before called like that you could connect directly to artists. But they don't they don't have that anymore but this is had spotify have been pretty green great at that working on on building lists and reaching out to the fans in zone so yeah so it's great to see the but how. How do you come about the Sung? Roselle how how is the process? Venue coming up with something like that. Yeah well Gary Sent me a few demos of songs. 'cause I've got an album that'll be coming out Be I'm not too sure I don't really want to say but on. That album is the turn on the light. Which did well last year and of the album. I was just taken off magnificent. So I've been looking for songs and Gary's been looking for songs so me and he sent me a few and in that package was magnificent Which was written by Charlie Mason and John Matthews and I loved it and I told Gary I can hear the song I can sing this and I can hear things happening and usually also when you give us all you know you sing it while if you love it and then the other important factor of it is mixes so I think met. Pop did an amazing mix. And that's why we chose that one as the official mix and then of course the other mixes up to come back and I'm still listening to their might love the like Jonathan. Jonathan said the Richard Mix I love the brothers in house mix I love. I just keep listening to those over and over again. So the other mixes. I'm still yet to listen to but Gary I trust his ears and his is normally sends me mixes and asked me. You know what you think of this and you know I say yes I say no but yeah so. That's how magnificent came about who is funny again. How toes full circle is coming out with technology because back in the day again when you went to record store and bought the vinyl records then often you had be special extended play and the mixes of popular artists. I remember that I talk to yams night for now into him. We talked about folks on the group off noise and that was like an electronic since avant-garde or special group but they did often lots of Mixes A. That was fun to to do. Of course if you are a fan that could be also that you collection is growing. And so yeah yeah you said it but but right now when you subscribe to spotify or Apple Music lack you ten dollars per month. I mean that could caused a regular vinyl. Could I remember how much it will snow? But I mean one Drako could cost that and now you could play and all kinds of music for a month so it's Then of course we could debate to howie sound quality. How he's feeling because I remember when I watched this Lost FM site. And then I saw some photos of you. I remember the booklet in the CD with your you had this outfit was. It's almost like not. The rocket will space but it was his golden thing and we'd some pockets and an autographed Some other pixels Vanessa. That focused on the line online. I I got these memories from this booklet. So it was something. Would the booklet or album cover back in the day? So what would you? What's your reflection with now? Rosella thirty years as a senior in an artist and an actor. You know an entrepreneur hundred. I'm all these things. Well you know things move on laugh moves on the music. Industry has changed My still think it's it's a tough industry you know but also in some ways with the Internet and having the technology we've had you know if you've got producers. Oh young upcoming musicians. They can buy only equipment and record themselves at home and put it out on Youtube and put it out on. You know the Internet themselves without the need of going through a record label And I think most rip big record labels of small ones I'm may be getting the artists that way because these new upcoming artists have already plugged themselves online. You know and then the job has been done for the record label so then they want to know end and sign you up and snap but you know it's it is what it is and Here I mean I want to focus on the positive things but now when we're talking I was thinking on w. and h. and he's career and tragically. What's happened with his life ending his fair and but I saw the documentary and how he started and he put that on some bulletin board and then at first nobody will listen to it. Liked it but then something happened and then overnight so that's be tough and it could be pretty rough office exactly and also responsibility for the record labels and then of course you have the listeners that have opinions about the. That's it so but I still see positive things about it for the future absolutely absolutely so do i. So Do I end. You have one thing that you said before you love music. I love music and It's it was nice tune to movie. So yeah and and on Twitter J. Allen Allen J. His name Break Yeah. He said that on twitter et looking forward to partying again and any for some movie clip from your Comment.
"ego" Discussed on EGO NetCast
"Welcome to Egwu Net cost. I am Martin. Linda Scope High Rusalka and Jonathan. Martin how are you? I'm fine and yourself I'm very well. Thank you and you're not on. I'm very well. Yes thank cave. So what are you thinking about your both of you your magnificient? So what do you think about well at the moment? I'm a obviously you know. We live in through lockdown. So I guess that's at the forefront of people's minds in how our lives have been changed by all this unprecedented Unprecedented world that will live through. But you know it is what it is and we'll take in one day at a time and in the midst of all that myself and my record label. We decided to release magnificent to go now and and I am at home. You know promoting it and Dean Radio Interviews Video radio interviews as well and it's keeping me busy and you you're not on you reached out to me through a dike message on twitter after have and that on my apple music again list there and you sent me a message and asked if I wanted to talk to la and they`ve. That's an honor to be able to do that. So thanks for your time to reach out. Use Social Media in a great way. Because that's what I am. I am a new media advisor so I. It's funny how we could work for you. I'm not very technical myself really. I'm not either but I use. I don't think to my house works in in. I'd say my day job is working at the hospital in Rheumatology as clerical office Sewing obviously things at the moment as you can understand the very tense and quite stressful aside from the people on.
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"System and she's been working with this studying history religion philosophy for for twenty years and this is a system is really a unique way to help you to connect all your parts and I really love your name of your pod. Eagerness Nest cast because and because we have learned that EGO is a bad thing eagle. You shouldn't have your ego. Your should get rid of it. You should kill it if you kill your ego you're on an NFC said in the beginning you said Ego. I Am Eagle for me. It's ego is the physical person so ego has we have learned from where when that he is is bad but ego is driving force. You have to embrace your Echo. You have to embrace your driving force have to love yourself. I mean Eagle is depart that do things. Eagle has arms and legs. Here's your mouth. We are two eagles talking here but we also have a salt for purpose. Been integrating factor nerve. Begin mind and body so you have to do some introspection in order to understand your ego and so I i. I like your explanation of Please tell me what inspired you or what. What's your attraction to resist them? And could you tell us about if you want to share the story of how you found rely spider system than wanted to practice it? Yeah I think I was always a very char Shy Child of fearful scared of things send. I didn't get the kind of emotional support and I was really really looking for for something. My parents died in that time and I was really lost and I came home from Spain and I mean my parents died. Iowa's totals I didn't know what to do on this planet and I thought is this. Is this all there is what am I gonNa do this? No one will teach me here so then I find Because she had a Webinar Bach. Fear or listen to that and I realized that I have so many different fears controlling my life and when I heard her talking about that I thought that she has to answer to my my my fears and the more I learned about lifespan systems are learned that we are different parts and if we learn in school for example when to teach the kids to get in contact with the driving forces. It's so easy to say that we give our children different diagnosis because it's easier to to to set a thick label on things instead of looking at. How amazing is this kid? Why why why is she doing this or that? Maybe that's just only energy that wants to come out to be expressed and then we need to also to be Contact with her so I think that we also had a sort of divine purpose because when I saw my mother die I she was there. We were talking and then she came into a coma and then she took her last breath and then she was gone. She just something. Her soul left her old sick body in the bed in hospital. Then I realized they must be so. Don't who just lift the body while that soul is in their body? I think that the body is ego. The body is driving force and now she didn't mention Driving forces anymore cashew in fact probably were where she was before she was bar to ask a question. Yeah Fulop for because his English is not not our first language. Is Our second lenders often. And is this live. Spider system is at the on an international scale. To do they have practice all over the world. And can you get the information on the system in English? Yes yes it's it's all over the world it's We have. I'm ally spider licensed coach. We have coaches in different parts guitar. She lives in California and we have a coach in New Zealand. They are working in Canada. So they just sort of cover over the planet and you can find Information in English and also listened to the pardon sale will end loot. Yeah that's great. I will include that in in in the show notes. Then we'll see if we could find angels so on on this blog talk radio or some other place and talking about English. You the book. The listeners could download from your site and the vaccine English called issue evolution book. Could you tell us a bit of ts before they downloaded and why they should read it evoke? Yes it's it's a teaser to download and really get a taste of why you should connect with your ego and it gives you. I think I hope a new perspective to the Word Eagle and to your in h powered that you have inside yourself but we have not learned how to get contact with it how to get to be part of it and I think we need a new paradigm to do that. It's Seinfeld for us to just I don't know just walking to our powers and own them so that's why you should download the Eagle evolution evil. Yeah soon talking about books you on your Youtube Channel. You have a nice. Did you trae like all of most like a movie trailer? But the the tree Pronounce it out in translated in English. But you could tell a bit about explanation above name London. Good enough I spell it like translated or pronounce it as as it's written but is in a different way so country good enough. Could you say that door? What's the name of the country good enough? And what's the story about? Oh yeah that's a children's book I wrote. It's not revised yet not yet you have it in. La It's my plasma future plans and actually walking and good enough. It's coming from from good enough because we are good enough. We are amazing as we are and the country is it's it's about. The little girl was Liv- living at dark planet called Solo and her parents don't have time with her and she gets a magical harmonica and then she could travel to the bright country. A country good enough there. She had a lot of great experiences with new friends. Achieve that yeah that's lurking amazing story of it could be for associate Mitee As often said that it could be for adults that have a child chiding Childish Behavior in a fun way that you play fullness so I think this book For kids but I think also for grownups. I look forward to read that. Yes good we work. Yeah I will I will write right on cue and do have talking about books. Do you have any that? You're reading right now or or your books or something like a book. Cheap you want to share Why am I reading? Actually I'm always reading a lot of books. Actually love reading books about John. Brad show called creating love. He also wrote a book about healing from shame. Is I think I love to? I love to read about even behavior. Why doing why do in in these times. We really need to create love really to connect and we need to do that with the help of our driving forces that are eagle have great great to hear an s an ending. Note here all skew about your favorite beverage. I said I've written my first book. Black T. Eighteen Swedish in one in English. Do you have any favorite beverage? Yes do and I actually love teague. Also I love like you and your sketches in the book and I love black icon. I think so yes. Lackey's great makes Monday move isn't it? Yeah it makes day too so thanks for making my day here for your presence here your time. Is it anything else? You want to stay at Any you could of course but where we could find you on the Internet in cyberspace if you want to repeat because five-man Kia Hellas Dot s. e. can download the book. Even if it's it's written in the book is in English so you can just download it in English. So you can. You can get downloaded that and if you want to book a free call with me go to the contact session and just bite something. Let's talk let's talk about the. Let's talk about the driving forces that's great. Thank you for your and took sued again shares. Thank you later. Bye.
"ego" Discussed on No Ego
"Hello, no ego listeners. Thank you so much for joining me for a quick and exciting announcement. I am thrilled to announce that starting in the couple of weeks, I will be launching season two of the no ego podcasts. I am so excited about season two. I think you're gonna love the premise. Many people are talking about bringing your whole self to work, and I am countering that by saying, please don't bring your whole self to work, but do bring your most evolved south to work in. So in season two, I'm going to be talking about evolution how one actually moves beyond ego to that place. I've been talking about for years where there's no judgment, but there is a ton of club ration- engagement in the Beijing and creativity. So I'm bringing you an incredible intersection of fabulous spiritual teachers and incredible leaders. And c. h. r. owes who are actually practicing these principles in the workplace. Here's the concept I want to bring to you my favourite folks that are out there talking about evolution, and I want to interview some of my favorite leaders and c. h. r. os or actually making it happen in the workplace. We're going to hear from leaders to HR owes about how they foster of Aleutian in their people and how they create no ego workplaces. And we're going to hear from some of the world's most incredible life coaches and teachers. I have interviewed Sarah Patterson from Noboa's now, WalMart and Steve Pemberton from global force and their interviews are going to knock your socks off day provide so many ways that we can encourage volition in our talents and how you actually do it at work. And I've interviewed Marie Forleo and Masten Kip both of whom have been featured on Oprah's soul, Sunday. And bay are coming directly to you. So make sure that you yourself are tuned him or going to start all of this on August. Twentieth now is the time to make sure everyone, you know is signs up and ready their subscribed to the no ego podcasts you're not gonna wanna miss it. I'll see in season two..
"ego" Discussed on No Ego
"Be true about me in the future i really want you to focus when you're egos hooked on finding that neutral place here's what neutral looks like it is all about having an open minds in an open heart and in my book no ego i wrote a little bit about a extra a selfreflection exercise a a tool to get us out beyond ego eagle bypass tool we call them and has called open mind open heart and when i start to kill stressed i check in sight to see what just shut down what closed was by mines or my heart and sometimes unfortunately it's both but they feel different if you tune in when you close your minds you've decided that your rights in you've gotten righteous in sop learning eve decide the other person is wrong or there to blame or the circumstances are fall to shut you mind down and you're not seeking to understands when you shut your heart down it feels a little different is more about the compassion part of you where you ain't under sean's where another person's coming from but you just really quick carrying or your unconcerned or you just can't find empathy for that person or your disconnecting interesting i don't want to be part of this even if it's to help and call people to greatness and so get aware of what is shutting down now if it's your mind that shut down you'll find it's hard to open that minds back out if your heart shuts down it's hard to open your heart backup but here's the trick if your heart shuts day on don't go directly to open the heart up until compassion go to the mind and start to get more openminded about it and that will lead to your heart opening their connected if it's my mind that shut down i'm closeminded about something i go to my heart and try to find compassion and see if i can opened the heart up which opens by minds so let's say i may not agree with you or your political perspective let's say in my mind is shutting down when i can do is over my heart up by asking about you and your life to what some of your challenges arm what some of the hopes and dreams are too you have for your family your your future and i can find that compassionate connection and then start to open my mind's backup if my heart.