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Pray the Word with David Platt
Life Through Death
"John chapter 12 versus 24 and 25. Truly, truly, I say to you. Unless a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies, it remains alone, but if it dies, it bears much fruit. Whoever loves his life loses it, and whoever hates his life in this world will keep it for eternal life. There's so much we could talk about in these two versus, but just meditate on this principle. If you want to live, you must die. Jesus makes that very clear, unless a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies, it remains alone. But if it dies, it bears much fruit. The key to bearing fruit, the key to experiencing John ten ten abundant life is dying. And specific ways and dying to ourselves in our ways and our preferences, what we want, being crucified with Christ,
The Officer Tatum Show
Winning Against Wokeness
"I want to play an audio clip for you guys. The left try to dog our home girl I'll say Bethany mandel and Carol markowitz have written a book called stolen youth. I want you guys to go out and get it. And it's about how the left devastated youngsters all across the country with these whack behind lockdowns that did nothing, but exacerbate anxiety, depression, bad grades, put our kids behind, you name it. Didn't do anything to help the kids. So they talk about this stuff and all this woke nonsense. CRT DEI. Climate change that are impacting our children today scare the crap out of them. All right, so go out and get the book double down on the left is going after. They went after Bethany mandel. You know what? Go ahead and get her book again, she co authored co authored it with Carol markowitz. This is me just wanting to fight back against the left. And you're gonna be able to do it with their book. Now they're not a sponsor or anything like that. But I think this is very, very important. This is how we fight back. All right, so they're gonna stick the media on one of ours. All right, all right, we're gonna help them sell more books. But I do wanna play an audio clip for you. So this is what this moment went viral. All right, again, Bethany mandel, she's the co author of stolen youth this moment went viral. I want you to understand the background because she wrote a column over the weekend. And she explained what was happening at the time. She goes on this show the rising a show that put on by the hill, which is an online publication, but they have a YouTube channel or a regular television cable channel. I'm not sure it's been a long time since I've seen the scene of the show, frankly. But she appeared on the show. And she had a little brain fart, if you will, in the middle of the interview. But in the background, this chick has 6 kids that she and her husband are homeschooling. She had just got on. She was just dealing with two of her kids. She heard one of the hosts, I believe, if I recall her column correctly, say something kind of outlandish, kind of a dig towards, you know, families that have a bunch of kids. So here she was dealing with her kids right before she gets on. She hears something from them that kind of sounds like a dig. She's postured ready to go on defense almost after she hears this. But she but she's on to talk about her book. So here's the audio clip of Bethany mandel, the liberals went absolutely nuts, but they're not gonna win. We're about to beat their behinds in just a sec, but I want you to hear this. Audio clip, number one, pop up or Sean. And for Americans consider themselves very liberal. And probably fewer of them consider themselves to be woke. And so, you know, when we started that year, would you mind defining well because it's come up a couple times that I just want to make sure we're all on the same page. So, I mean, woke is sort of the idea that. This is going to be one of those moments that goes viral. I mean, woke is something that's very hard to define, and we've spent an entire chapter defining it.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Charlie Defines "Woke"
"I wanted to find woke. I want to play this piece of tape. She's a sweet person, Bethany mandel. She should have been more prepared for this. And it looks hard. You get put on the spot unless you host a radio program or a TV show. It's difficult to always have an answer. I mean, I think if she was asked to answer that as an op-ed, she would have done it, but it was she just kind of got a little twisted. Cut 92, Bethany mandel got asked a question by Brianna joy. Who I've debated actually. You guys should find that debate at turning point you say YouTube. Play cut 92, she gets asked the question of what is woke? Would you mind defining well because it's come up a couple times that I just want to make sure I'm on the same page. So, I mean, woke is sort of the idea that. This is going to be one of those moments that goes viral. I mean, woke is something that's very hard to define, and we've spent an entire chapter defining it. It is sort of the understanding that we need to totally reimagine and reduce society in order to create hierarchies of oppression. What bothers me about this clip and it's painful to watch is it makes us conservatives look stupid, okay? It makes as if we don't know what we're talking about because it would say well call the time. So we're going to dive into actually what woke is. Here's the best definition. Call everything systemically unjust until you control it. That's woke. Where does what come from? Woke comes from a particular activist who is wearing stay woke, get woke T-shirt, colloquially that was spread on Twitter, was that guy's name, del Rey or something, where you have now been awoken to all the systemic injustice, almost as if now you have the glasses and you can see the fault lines. You can see the fissures. You have awakened to the injustices. Before you were asleep and now you are awake. That is what the idea of woke means. But woke ism is tyrannical Marxism by another name. That's what it is. It is prioritizing race over merit. It is prioritizing characteristics that mean nothing. It is a full throated, negative campaign against the founding of America, woke ism is a campaign in crusade against people that they think are oppressors and turning people to believe their victims and then have the victims victimize others.
Pray the Word with David Platt
Knowing the Shepherd's Voice
"John chapter ten first, 27. My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me. I love John ten. It is filled with such incredible imagery of Jesus as the good shepherd who lays down his life for the sheep and protects them, cares for them. Won't let anyone snatch them out of his hand and in verse 27, I love this picture of my sheep here, my voice, and I know them, and they follow me. I think about a shepherd, I heard, share recently, his name is Daryl, and he was sharing about how he leads his sheep and they know his voice. He said, if anybody else were to come and call my sheep to do this or that, the sheep would not respond, but when he speaks they respond. This is what she do. They know the voice of the shepherd, and they follow him. Don't you want that to be true of your life today? Just think about today. We want this every day, but today that you would live, hearing his voice, him knowing you, and you following his voice. You know, it's interesting. I use the illustration sometimes of how obviously we don't know everything Jesus is leading us to do in a given day. Where to go eat if we're going out to eat or what to do in this or that moment. We don't have a word from God in the Bible about every detail of our day today, but that doesn't mean that his voice can't lead us, he's put his spirit inside of us in such a way that when we meditate on his word, that we do have, we study his word, we hide it in our heart. We're getting familiar with his voice so that as we make decisions during the day that we are familiar with the voice of Jesus, we're familiar with his spirit and how he leads us and so to live today, listening to his voice in his word and then following his voice as he leads us by his spirit according to his word.
The Eric Metaxas Show
How Did Life Begin?
"Life begin? Not human life. How did life begin? So it's a fundamental question. And so I got excited about it and I talked to doctor Tor more and more and more about it. And of course, I said, listen, this is so exciting. You need to write a book about it. But doctor tour is too busy doing actual science and writing peer reviewed papers to waste this time writing some crappy book. Which I'm personally insulted by that because I'm an author. And so I thought to myself, the more I learned about what he was doing, the more I thought, maybe I need to write about this. And so I did there are two or three chapters in my book as atheism dead, where I talk about this issue. Because it really is an extraordinary concept. And once I realized the depth of it, the more I thought, we've just got to kind of tell the world what doctor tour knows about this. Now,
The Bible Recap
Deuteronomy 21-23: Seeing God's Heart and in the Midst of Archaic Laws
"Moses continues his farewell speech today and he covers a wide variety of laws in these three chapters. We don't have time to touch on them all, so I'll just pull a few from the ones that might have been the most perplexing for my reading. Most of which pertain to relationships between men and women. But before we get there, I want to remind us about a few things just so we have the proper framework for what we're encountering here. God is not setting up a utopian society where everything is ideal. God is meeting the people where they are and giving them a framework for a functional society where people are treated with at least the bare minimum level of respect. When God addresses something like multiple wives, it doesn't mean he's putting a seal of approval on it. It means he's acknowledging that it happens, and he's giving them honorable ways to respond to an imperfect, sinful situation. We'll hit some challenging passages today and it's important for us to remember not to overlay our cultural experience onto theirs. Speaking of which, let's go over the first tough segment. Marrying female captives for anyone in western society today, this idea is really cringe inducing. We even balk at the idea of arranged marriage, and this feels like it fringes on our idea of love and marriage even more. One of the things we have to remember about this society is that marriage rarely fit our modern ideas of love. Very rarely did a woman especially Mary for love. They often married as a means of being provided for. So the situation we've got here is that the Israelites would have conquered a city and killed all the men, but taken the women and children alive. Some of these women would have been absorbed into the society, but if a man found a woman he wanted to marry, it's quite likely she wouldn't have objected. And this law God set out here honored the woman by giving her a 30 day period of time to mourn and grieve all she has lost before marrying the israelite man. If for any reason, things in the marriage went south, God protects the woman by requiring the man to treat her with honor, not like she's his property. Please don't miss God's heart in this. Even though so much of this seems archaic, we can still see God's plan to provide for the woman through the man and to protect her if the man fails to honor her well.
Pray the Word with David Platt
Living for Another World
"John chapter 8 verse 23. Jesus said to them, you are from below. I am from above. You are of this world. I am not of this world. What a statement. I love the book of John. I love all these words from Jesus. Every reverse is just, with meaning. It's hard to pick a verse, like John a 12 Jesus says, I'm the light of the world, whoever follows me will not walk in darkness, but will have the light of life on a picture. And then, so first 23, so a lesser known saying, you are from below. I am from above. You are of this world. I am not of this world. Just meditate on that. There's another world that Jesus is living for, and he is calling followers of his to live for that world, not for this world. I look around you at the world today and consciously say, I'm not living for this world. I'm not living for the pursuits of this world, pleasures of this world, possessions in this world applause, praise from this world. I'm living for another world.
Your Daily Prayer
A Prayer for Humility
"I was brought to the book of malachi in chapter three and was shown the time when God gave his people the opportunity to turn and repent of their sins. He told the people, returned to me and I will return to you or 7. I will forever remember this moment with the lord, just as I will always remember climbing into the truck with my dad. Humility washed over me once again. God's grace and mercy poured out over my heart. I immediately felt softened, and the thought of harshness felt repulsive. It is true, and I pray you know this too. The love of Christ will always soften us. It will cause us to have humble hearts. It will make us new, whole, and in deep pursuit of the opportunity to share God's love. Let's pray. Lord, thank you for the gift of the Holy Spirit and conviction. I praise you for the way your words softens our hearts. May I always seek to look to you for all my answers, and that you are the only one I desire to please. In Jesus name, in.
AP News Radio
Parent of Silicon Valley Bank seeks bankruptcy protection
"SPV financial group no longer the parent company of Silicon Valley bank since the bank's seizure is filing for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Silicon Valley bank is now being run under the jurisdiction of the FDC as a so called bridge bank, and is not part of today's chapter 11 filing by SVB financial group. SVB capital, a venture capital and private credit fund platform, and SVB securities are regulated broker dealer are also not part of the bankruptcy. But the financial group, along with its CEO and chief financial officer, are the targets of a class action lawsuit that claims the company didn't disclose the risks that future interest rate increases would have on its business in
Pray the Word with David Platt
We Are God's Representatives
"John chapter 7 18, the one who speaks on his own authority seeks his own glory. But the one who seeks the glory of him who sent him is true and in him there is no falsehood. Oh, what a great reverse Jesus talking about the authority of the father on whose behalf he speaks for the glory of the father. It's been the whole theme as you read through John 5 and 6 and 7 in John 5. Jesus describes how he discerns what the father is doing and joins with how the father is working everything he does and everything he says is from the father on the authority of the father for the glory of the father, and it makes sense, right? Just think about when you are talking to someone who's an expert in a subject and they're describing to you basically things that they know because of their expertise and you're like, wow, that person is really sharp. They really know what they're talking about when they speak with authority. It causes glory to come to them, and it's not that that is bad to be an expert or something in ways that show your authority, but this is in a spiritual realm and this is so important for you and me. Think about the great commission. Jesus commands us to go and make disciples of all the nation. On what basis are we to go today and tell people that they need to repent of their sins and believe in Jesus that that's the only way they can be forgiven of their sins and have eternal life with God. On whose authority are you going to say that? Well, that's the great commission, Matthew 28, 18, all authority in heaven and on earth has been given to Jesus and we go out as his representatives, so you and I have opportunities today to speak the gospel, not based on our own authority, but based on the authority of Jesus
The Charlie Kirk Show
The Theft of Childhood With Karol Markowicz
"Said this for a while that the left aims to steal the youth to rob the innocence of our children. That's exactly the name of a new national bestseller, stolen youth by Carol markowitz and Bethany mandel, how radicals are erasing innocence and indoctrinating a generation and Carol joins us now. Carol welcome to the program. Hi, Charlie. Thank you so much for having me. Tell us about the book and how are our children's youth being stolen? The book is an exploration of the way the woke culture has taken over all of our institutions, all of our schools, organizations, licensing, organizations, basically every facet of society, and is now aiming all of their power at children to get them indoctrinated. And to separate the family in the book, we open with a history chapter on totalitarian societies and the way that this is not new. This is, you know, we have new words for it and we have new ideas that they're trying to push, but the idea of separating the child from his parents and getting that child indoctrinated into whatever idea you want them to have. That's a really old tale and we're seeing it happening in America today.
Karol Markowicz: Stories Today Reminiscent of the Soviet Union
"By the way she's written this fantastic book stolen youth how radicals are erasing innocence and the doctrina a generate This is a very thorough and very compelling book And all your parents and grandparents out there particularly your parents and these various organizations that go to the school board meetings and so forth but everybody You really need to grab a copy of this book It's going to tell you a lot of things you think you know but you may not know It's that comprehensive We're looking here whether it's Marxism or totalitarianism as you point out in your book explain We open with a chapter on history I was born in the Soviet Union So the history of totalitarianism is very important to me and my whole life in the United States I've always been a conservative but my whole life people have said like oh doesn't this remind you of the Soviet Union And I'd say no It really doesn't And I just missed that completely But our current moment in the U.S. is very reminiscent of the stories of my parents and my grandmother I was born there but it came to the U.S. when I was a small child So the stories that I heard of the forced conformity and the way that you had to tow the exact correct line and you had to say the words and you had to save them in the right way and you had to make a spectacle of it You had to like put the sign in your window and make sure that everybody knew that you had the right position I felt that in the last few years in the U.S. in a way that I've never felt before And I think a lot of it is aimed at our children They're trying to indoctrinate our kids and with the kids come the adults and all these societies always start with destroying the family first And that's what I'm seeing happening today in America
Dennis Prager Podcasts
Christian, In Name Only
"A lot of universities that have a Christian name only have a Christian name, the content is just as woke as any place else. What is the story with Cal Lutheran? Yeah, you are absolutely right about that. Is a private Christian school. So upon coming here, I assumed it would be somewhat conservative. But I found out that leftism has replaced religion at and other Christian universities in California. And when I got here, I realized there were barely any conservative clubs and leftism and wokeism were being pushed down my throat and every class I was in. I recall when on even international Holocaust remembrance day, my school not only issued no statement, but instead decided to hold a ceremony on campus that day, honoring the stolen land that our campus apparently resides on instead. And this just proves how this school prioritizes a woke agenda over everything else. And I was really inspired to get more involved in the conservative movement after realizing this. It was horrible my turning point USA chapter that I actually had on campus here got kicked off campus for not aligning apparently with having diverse and inclusive values, which is what the school preaches. So I was really happy to discover PragerU and get more involved with prager source as well to find other young people with like minded values, especially in California as well.
Pray the Word with David Platt
"John chapter four versus 23 and 24, but the hour is coming and is now here when the true worshippers will worship the father and spirit and truth. For the father is seeking such people to worship him. God is spirit and those who worship him must worship in spirit and truth. There is so much here in this conversation. She just is having with this woman at the well about living water that springs up wells up into eternal life just to remind her to you today that Jesus is a living water for your soul that will never ever run dry. So to seek him over and above everything in this world. But then you get later on in the conversations you just having with this formula and he starts talking about worship of God in spirit and truth for the father is seeking such people to worship him. Just think about those two together and John chapter one we see Jesus full of grace and truth, not just grace, not just truth, but grace and truth together here worship is described by Jesus as being marked by spirit and truth because God is spirit and God is true. So we want to make sure our worship of God, whether our every day worship as we offer our bodies as living sacrifices before God, Romans chapter 12 verse one, or our gathering with God's people for worship, is marked by both of these things by truth and the truth about who God is, anchored to the truth of God's word and that we are led by the spirit in our everyday lives and when we gather together for worship. This is not just mechanical motion. This is spirit lead worship that we give to God. And so when we gather in our churches, let's make sure that they are marked. Let's make sure that our gatherings are marked by worship in spirit and truth
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
The Limits of Reason
"I'm a beginning of my discussion of a chapter in what's so great about Christianity called the world beyond our senses Kant. This is the philosopher Emmanuel Kant, and the limits of reason. Now the limits of reason are critically important because we can all go around talking about reason and logic, but before you do that, you have to investigate what is the domain. What are the areas in which reason can as Kant puts at securely travel? Now, skeptics and atheists like to think that they are veritable, champions of reason, apostles of reason practitioners of reason and body men of reason. Here's Sam Harris. Who says that Christians are well only partly reasonable. Tell a devout Christian his wife is cheating on him or that frozen yogurt can make a man invisible and he's likely to require as much evidence as anyone else and to be persuaded only to the extent that you give it. Tell them that the book he keeps by his bed was written by an invisible deity who will punish him with fire for eternity. If he fails to accept its every incredible claim about the universe and he seems to require no evidence whatsoever. Now, the reason that these skeptics and atheists think that they've got kind of a corner, a patent, a copyright on reason, is they think that they've got a method to discover whether things are true or false. And this method is nothing more than empirical examination and empirical testing in a word, the scientific method. Here is Paul bloom writing in the Atlantic monthly. Yes, our intuitions and hypotheses are imperfect and unreliable but the beauty of science is that these ideas are tested against reality.
Pray the Word with David Platt
Beyond Intellectual Belief
"John chapter two versus 23 through 25. Now when Jesus was in Jerusalem at the Passover feast, many believed in his name when they saw the signs that he was doing. But Jesus on his part did not entrust himself to them because he knew all people and needed no one to bear witness about man, for he himself knew what was in man. Did you catch that verse 23 talks about how many people were believing in Jesus name when they saw all these signs that he was doing. But verse 24 says, Jesus on his part did not entrust himself to them because he knew what was in them. In other words, there's a kind of belief that does not lead to relationship with Jesus. We know this. James makes clear even demons believe in God, even demons believe in Jesus. They don't have relationship with him. There is a level of belief of intellectual acknowledgment and awareness that is not relationship with Jesus. And so I just want to encourage you to examine your art today. Your mind and ask what kind of belief do you have? Just intellectual, yes, I believe these things about Jesus. I think about somebody a friend and I were sharing the gospel with just hours ago, and they knew a lot about Jesus. They grew up in a Catholic Church. Knowing about Jesus, but they didn't necessarily have a relationship with Jesus and
The Charlie Kirk Show
March Madness in a Mad Country With Jason Whitlock
"Welcome to the program. Charlie, thank you for having me. I really appreciate it. I can't push back against being called a conservative, but I like to think of myself as part of the Christian movement. Amen. That's the only thing that's gonna save America. You're always welcome to correct me on titles because you label me you negate me. So that's actually a great segue to a story that fires me up and I sent this to my team yesterday and we were thinking about who's the best person to address this. And it's March Madness season. I love March Madness. One of my favorite kind of sport chapters of the entire calendar year, Texas tech suspends basketball coach for quoting the Bible. Not sure if you saw this story or you're not Jason, but this Texas tech coach is now on leave, university suspended, heads head men's basketball coach Mark Adams for quoting the Bible to a student athlete, Jason, your reaction to the story. Yeah, I'm not surprised by it at all. We talked about it quite a bit on my show yesterday. Listen, on college campuses and in American society, a biblical worldview is under attack. It's being demonized as being categorized as hate speech. And, you know, these young kids on college campuses have been radicalized and convinced that America's judeo Christian culture and founding are evil and at the root of everything that's wrong with this country and it's why, you know, we don't accept the LGBTQ, it's why we don't accept transgenderism and so I'm not surprised at all that a coach trying to reach the kid, you know, quote some scripture and the kid in the school twists what he's doing, how dare you, you know, read scripture, how dare you read scripture that mentions the word slavery and context and reality don't matter and then the corporate media gets involved and they call it racially insensitive and when you can turn the Bible into hate speech, it really just speaks to what kind of cultural war we're in
Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
A Meditation on Luke 16:19-31 for the 2nd Thursday of Lent
"Say slowly from your heart. Jesus. I trust in you. You. Take over. Become aware that he is with you. Looking upon you with love. Wanting to be heard, deep within your heart. A reading from the holy gospel, according to Luke, chapter 16 versus 1931. Jesus said to the pharisees, there was a rich man who used to dress in purple and fine linen, and feast magnificently every day. And at his gate there lay a poor man called Lazarus, covered with sores, who longed to fill himself with the scraps that fell from the rich man's table. Dogs even came and licked his sores. Now the poor man died and was carried away by the angels to the bosom of Abraham. The rich man also died and was buried. In his torment in Hades, he looked up and saw Abraham a long way off with Lazarus in his bosom. So he cried out. Father Abraham, pity me, and send Lazarus to dip the tip of his finger in water to cool my tongue. For I am in agony in these flames. My son, Abraham replied, remember that during your life, good things came your way, just as bad things came the way of Lazarus. Now he is being comforted here while you are in agony. But that is not all. Between us and you, a great gulf has been fixed to stop anyone if he wanted to, crossing from our side to yours, and to stop any crossing from your side to ours. The rich man replied, father, I beg you then to send Lazarus to my father's house. Since I have 5 brothers, to give them warnings so that they do not come to this place of torment too. They have Moses in the prophet, said Abraham, let them listen to them. Ah, no, father Abraham said the rich man. But of some one comes to them from the dead, they will repent. The Abraham said to him, if they will not listen either to Moses or to the prophets, they will not be convinced even if someone should rise from the dead.
"each chapter" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"To fight one over the other instead of just saying all right you voted a certain way Now let's deal with the consequences And let's say where we end up but we've got to be very very careful when we allow what is taking place in The White House affect what's taking place in our House We are allowing all of that to ruin our day and you're like well Mickey have you seen what's going on No Because I choose to turn it off and I choose to say I can't trust what's being reported I can't trust what's being said to me So why should I take it in until I see exactly what the truth really is but it's our fault if we've allowed it effect our lives in a negative way Because we have the power to say I'm not going to allow it to affect me People automatically assume that if I don't agree with them that I hate them it's not out of hatred I just have a particular set of boundaries that came with my raising that came from the area that I was raised in I've kind of grown up in some of the things that I've gone through Don't hate me for that And I'm not going to hate you because we're different Let's just respect each other and enjoy what time we have remaining on this earth For your book is called reverse the course of depression We've got a few minutes left Can you kind of walk us through it Absolutely reversed the course of the depression is simply main leasing all the emotions that I went through when I was battling depression And then what I do in the book is each chapter is an emotion And I just simply take you by the hand and I take you through that emotion and I help you overcome that emotion in that in the heat of the moment just like I did when I was going through it It may not be a book that you read from cover to cover like you would a story or an autobiography but it is a resource that when you wake up and you're feeling a particular emotion you can go to that chapter and read that chapter for the moment to help you get through what is causing you to feel down And my goal is that chapter will encourage you And then whenever you start battling another emotion you can go to that chapter and this book can become a resource that helps you learn how you can have depression but have joy as well All of my social media is the Mickey bale because somebody else took me to my car and I don't know who they are The Mickey bale website social media the book is available on Amazon Get a copy of it pay for it because that really means a lot But yeah get the book let it help you reach out to me I would be glad to respond to anybody that is going through some stuff and see if we can't point you in the right direction I'm just so grateful for your work Keep it up and we'll talk again soon Thank you so much If you would like to.
Liberty Talk FM
"each chapter" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
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Wild Business Growth Podcast
"each chapter" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast
"What's next what other ingredients could go on now. What's the possibility. What else can we do. That's what i keep thinking. What else can. I do better just because we got selfie tree. Now doesn't mean you know before before sulfates it was brac wreck shampoo nineteen hundred and they were sulfates as the best thing to come along and then we solve three so there'll be another another thing come along and you just keep looking at it and say what is next. What can i do better than anybody else. And what might that be explored. Examine it and say what can i do. That's what i do air games. If i could think of the perfect product the perfect product. What could it do. What would it do that is that it's not being done there. You know let's say you pick your shampoo. Lathered with rennes would feel colored protection amazing roma and And whatever features and benefits after that. I think that's what you need to look at. Whether it's selling a hamburger are selling a widget. You need to create points of difference. You need find unique selling position. That product developed strong position for that product. That's unlike your competitor. Looking at competitors look at their strengths and weaknesses dwelling on the weaknesses and develop appointed. Difference as unique to you. Jim you have me sold. I'm sure one hundred percent that you could sell a hamburger and you could sell it. You got yeah great stuff. So i'd love to dive a bit more into your book. Big lucky you know you just for this interview. Like i'm there's there's so many amazing things in your life and so many amazing things that you have to share. It's really really cool and special that you put it in book form and you mentioned kind of the the lesson of you know. Sometimes you fall down. You just got keep in back up. What are what are some other key lessons that you wanna make sure that that readers come away with from this book one of the reasons. We wrote the book. I have friends and colleagues and distributors and stylus in customers. That said you know from your life in your beginning you gotta tell the story of. How did you get there. And that's really why. I wrote it and we have takeaway after each chapter gets an example of what you can do about it real action things and then what can you do about it better. It's important really to know that you can win is really important to know that.
B2B Marketers on a Mission
"each chapter" Discussed on B2B Marketers on a Mission
"I mean like i. I think i've seen a few of those where they bring somebody on that. Some that's famous or chris walker gets feature of the show and then you know they have people like Call in questions and it all goes back to like how else one of those other ways that you can think about to continue to add value to the audience out there and the be about audience. That's probably not ready to buy right now. But maybe they might be in six to twelve months. Time aren't so you always. You always got to play the long game here right so yeah christian. I don't want to go to topic. And johnson upset any content marketing agencies. But somebody asked me the other day. How would i plan out the content strategy for a a b two b sas. So the advice i gave them was. I would think about who. I'm trying to sell to the prospect. I'm trying to sell to take the job description on every bullet point of their job description. I'm gonna turn into a chapter of a book within each chapter. I'm going to talk about the talk about the problem of different ways to solve the problem and it may give some advice on how to execute on solving that problem as well. Most descriptions have anywhere between ten to fifteen bullet points ten or fifteen chapters. The chapters become my categories on my blog and then the other pieces of content underneath that become individual broker's as well that you could take that same strategy put into your pump cost and then go and find people that know how to do each of the bullet points in the job title. Because i think we'll Beat to be. Brands made the mistake during is they make oxygen all about their propped and their solution and there i just don't i can't think of known. Correct me yet. But i can't think of software that solves every problem that a prospect. Who has so if i'm using outreach. Gong basil different problems as my role as vp of sales or chief revenue officer but doesn't solve everything but they do create content. That's folks how do i hire better. Sales rep. How'd i rent them up. How do i compensate my sails again. Outreach doesn't provide that solution it's sales engagements will but they know they understand. That prospects have other challenges that their product doesn't face and just simply pushing your features in and your products just doesn't work and i just want more and more to be companies understand that which is why i'm gonna stop my rent at this stage. It sounds like you've got an idea for a book that has yet to be written my friend. Maybe maybe we talked about this a little bit earlier but one. Is you know from your perspective. The biggest challenge that the podcasting industry is facing right. Now i think it's going well eventually become saturated in light like most channels markets will ruin it in the end So i think yes. People will get a bit fatigued with lots of different That might be talking about the same thing So having that's why having a fresh approach to the fullness of the show will definitely make a difference..
WNYC 93.9 FM
"each chapter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"So my mom's love languages acts of service, but it's also gifts. And growing up. I think I wrote about this as well that she would She would beat me up. And then she would shower me with gifts after? Mm hmm. That was her sorry. Or she would Fly into a fit of rage. And then send me to my grandmother's house. And then I come back home. And I have a new room. Right? Yeah. So to try to erase what had happened, Yeah. Yeah. And Don't think just erase but also Show me that. Well, I'm not I I do this to. Mm. But, you know, Yeah. Um And I keep you safe and I feed you and you know, like point. Yeah, I'm not just one thing. Mhm. It's like It's very intense. Growing up. In a home like that, and she said to me when we sat down and talked, she said. I was so angry. With everything. It was so miserable I was like, and she and I could see her. Really? I could see her. Yeah, and to hear her, tell me pieces of like what she was going through all those years ago when she was raising me and how hurt she was, she said it just It made sense. It made sense. Because if you of course you hated yourself. How could you love me? Yeah, exactly exactly. You know, you know, and I know that's a deep conversation for another time. But I just want to put that out there because yeah, so often. People think that they can love people. When they hate themselves. And that is not productive. No. It also creates that barrier between awesome. Yep, right. It prevents you from loving Mhm. Yeah. I'd love to end our conversation by Very natural ending. Look at this. You predicted it because you wrote this book and ended it with forgiveness. Mm um, you end your book with this chapter called Forgiveness. A note to self And I have to say I love the intentionality you had in the order of all the chapters you started with change and then self love and soothing the suffering. And it is not a coincidence. I think That you ended with forgiveness because it's the hardest thing to do right for ourselves and for other people and You complicate again and deep in the notion of self forgiveness in your writing when you write Self forgiveness is an active community service. Active community service is not something I've ever thought about, and I just would love To hear a little bit about the layers of what self forgiveness means to you. And why you think it is like the most important part of the self care and healing work that we all have to do? I couldn't start seeing Other people until I started to forgive myself. Mm. And that's what I mean by Self forgiveness is an active community service because when we can look at ourselves and say I love you anyway. It opens up the door for more compassion for other people. Hmm. And I think, just self healing in general, right? Is this act of communal care? And Being someone who avoided Forgiving myself for Getting pregnant at 18. For Thinking I was worthless, and that's why I got pregnant. For Not protecting myself and my body. Right, so Lot of myself. Forgiveness comes from the choices that I made that made me a mother. And For so long. I thought I was broken and worthless because I did this thing. And I had this baby. And No one would want me after that, and I was destined to live. Life, a statistic to be a statistic. Single black woman, single black woman with a baby struggling because that's what people told me. I would be when I thought and I think I thought I would be that. I mean, your mom and your grandmother. Both were right. Yes, they were. And I just knew that I wanted that to stop with me. And And so In order to move forward and have that stop with me. I had to forgive myself. And I had to Hold myself. And I had to be real. Yeah, with myself and make a choice. I believe in the power of choice And the reason why I believe in it so deeply is because for so long, I felt like I did not have a choice. But when I started to choose myself, my healing my recovery. My spirituality. The type of partner that I wanted to have the type of mother that I wanted to be. What I deserved. Things really became clearer for me. Yeah. So that all started with forgiving myself. For being For not being my highest self. Mm. You know? But instead just being exactly who you needed to be. Mm hmm. And taking the lessons with me. Each chapter of after the rain is a lesson. It's titled lesson. Hmm. And there will be many more lessons. You know, as I walked through marriage, me and my husband are celebrating five years married May 28th Congratulations. Thanks as I walk through motherhood as I walked through amending the relationship with my mother. Forgiveness is a It's just a daily. It's a daily practice. I do believe Every title in that book changes a daily practice. Self love is a daily practice. Healing is a daily practice. It's all a practice..
The Best of Coast to Coast AM
"each chapter" Discussed on The Best of Coast to Coast AM
"Delta consciousness. You know they consider. There's different brainwave states when people meditate for example the or pray go into alpha brainwaves states. And it's very deeply relaxing state and it's it's super beneficial for your nervous system central. If you go deeper you ended up in sega and then if you go beyond theater you go into the depth of delta brainwave states and it's my contention that delta is where miracles are can be plucked if he will or can be cultivated and. I think that there's exercises in the end of each chapter in the book that help the reader to perform simple exercises breathing exercises meditation type exercises trans type exercise the naval them to tap into delta brainwave states into to to be in that that environment that mode that energy field where they can actually tap into miracles more readily mark. What do you think of prayer. I think fair is is remarkably important part of this whole process. I think prayer moves beyond rejection of americans. Like i said a moment ago into at least an acceptance expectance here creation level. I think a lot of people who really are pair warriors. People who've really gotten accustomed to praying intensively in really believing in their prayer and having a strong positively about their prayer are creators of miracles. I think they're the people that are making miracles. More readily than than than than those who reject. I think that creation our prayers. No question about it. Would you say that people who are good people generally will experience more miracles than people who technically aren't good Now i don't think so. I don't think that's not my experience. I think that the good and bad component is brings in a realm of judgement or something like that. I think and i think that there's there's there's been. People have not necessarily been the greatest of people when you think about their their life. Experience the the productivity life at the end result of their personality and their life experience in their their life record. If you will but good or bad. I think miracles are available to everybody. I think the other thing is. I think people can actually turn around quickly. I think that. I've seen a lot of patients have dramatic shifts. Transformational changes overnight. And i think there's a lot of people who can start off rejecting miracles and not having the best of of life records as they say but then suddenly turning around and changing things and having more of an acceptance of positivity miracles and blessings. And i think there's there's such thing as grace that actually brings miracles to those who would perhaps to some not not appear irving i was gonna say once you see the miracle occur. Does it change the individual in a positive way. There's no question about that one. that's universally. yes i think. That's an absolute slam dunk. Yes i think that what i've noticed over the years is that when patients start off with a with a a doubters perception doubters tendency rejection response when it comes to the issue of miracles that if they have the miracle happened in their life and they beat the.
Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019
"each chapter" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019
"You didn't hit it at at. Because that's how he would say things. Yeah so so how. I would not true. Yeah i have kids. And and i was thinking about like i still have all my stories from when i was a child and i think rating them again. Kind of your thoughts are almost a little bit immortalized. united. I've got all this pile of books that i was writing little stories and diaries from when i was young. I don't know if that's helpful. But sometimes i've thought perhaps some of my thoughts were kind of how the because of their and when you visit not that i'm adema but the helpfulness of knowing how a child thinks and talks and yeah and i don't use any big words in real life so i think the important because often that's novels full down and all of the characters speak the same voice your character and you've got personal costs. Took them so you have to that teenager who's a bit of a lost soul feels that. He's abandoning his brother for the best reasons. And you're gonna this fellow who just wants to put plastic on everybody to you know what i mean so i think that was do do do a lot about dialogue and the person and how things would be yet. Yeah i that was important. Try and get them. Right and end differentiate differentiate the two of them. Well i mean. I almost wanted to get to the point where i wouldn't have to put their names at the top of the of each chapter. I don't i still. I didn't. I'm to necessarily do that but that almost you could get rid of them and you would hope that someone could stole towel. Who was speaking. But yeah i mean. I didn't think about much because i just wanted. I was just like my carrot. Does we're almost leading them late. So i felt very. They felt very real to me. I was very sad when i finished. I was very hard working. Because i missed them. I must thing went them and some of them are good place. Yeah like it would be heavy after through the trauma the light it really is a book of hope and having the proper could be people that have reopened the. There's a point at the end. Where some of them are some of them. That's a good way to put it some of them to give their in. And that was an important point because a lot of families go through heartbreaking and terrible things can happen to a family. In what does leaf they will pull together. You know i mean things have happened within your family and this is no secret. You've spoken about that characters here based on members of your family when you were writing ohio when you're about to publish it. Did you talk to your family. i mean how. How did you had you make that. They were part of this. Because it's a tough story that you telling ya i. I talked to them and if anything writing the book has drawn some of us closer. So yeah and i don't quite know how to answer this but but my family just knows how much always loved writing. I was doing it from a small when i was small. They they knew that was my abc's from little one. I have leaders between me and my sisters you know i would write them all the time right rightly to them. When i moved away. After i when i was still too small to leave harmon. Yeah in so they..
"each chapter" Discussed on CXMH
"The says okay. Fair enough. Like to get it. But like lamenting to god for me. Like i've never done that. What does that. what does that look like. You know someone says okay. I don't really even know where to start Yeah i think it can look like a lot of different things. One of the favorite things about my book. And i'm sure it comes from being in the classroom in a decade is that there are like exercises at the end of each chapter says like okay. I am writing this book. 'cause you don't know how to do this so i i'm gonna tell you why you should do it and then i'm gonna tell give some suggestions about how you might be able to do that. So one of the things is that the psalms are the lament psalms. Follow a distinct pattern. And they're always the same pattern. So you can steal that pattern and then you can write your own lament. So that is something that i got to do. In seminary i was working as a youth prison chaplain. And we wrote laments with the kids in jail and it was so powerful but we really did have to prove to them like. Actually you are allowed to say those things to get. Actually you can say that. This isn't fair then like actually you don't have to be like i'm sure god did this for reason. I'd got incarcerated you for reason like that's actually not true. Yeah and you can be mad at god about that and so yeah you just like can follow the outline that the bible gives us that people been using for really long time I as i was writing the book. I was reading more and more about like how we keep negative feelings in our bodies right and i think that this is an extent like just the amount that's been put into the public discourse during the pandemic about like. Oh so your body is actually holding all this trauma. I'm a big fan of like breaking things. The i i wish i mean truly deeply. I wish that people you could go into a church and they would be like. Hey if you're matt god-like here's our stack of goodwill plates like this is the line you stand behind and that's where you throw them like go worship. Sounds like a great ministry opportunity right there and and there are these like i just need a break. Some crap like that. They're like burning things breaking things. I mean very many of us who are raised in church had those like youth group moments where you'd like burn whatever you needed burner. Whatever like it's a little it can be a little cheesy also at super powerful like physically. Do something i might throw a tantrum leica. Four year old. Why not throw yourself on the floor and just like scream until you're tired. All of that should be allowed in. All of that is worship. Yeah that engagement. I think just that engagement is what's so important and then like you were saying paying attention to our bodies storing all of that. I know that something rubber. I talk about often. And you know we've had some folks on to talk about before to just how like you have to be able to move through those emotions that are stored within the our bodies and we need to do that in a safe way for both ourselves in those around us. Yeah but also. The church used to do that the they would do that together. That was like a pretty normal thing. And i say it as though it doesn't happen and other cultures and other countries right. That's right. yeah yeah so. I know in in that first bit their writes a lot of us certain. Say okay well. Actually don't really even know what what is happening for so long. I haven't really been able to kind of do that. So i of don't know even what i'm feeling right because i've been a kind
"each chapter" Discussed on 790 KABC
"And my staff and It's convenient we can meet. We could have a discussion about what your needs are how the process will work cost When you call, please make sure that you mentioned that you heard me on tape. You see, so I know that you listen to this program and you understand that important? Having these conversations with end of life discretion. Yeah, I get a lot of emails and questions about now. Why did you mean the shell love death and money? Well, The question. I wrote a book. Called love, Death and money. A woman died to legally protecting yourself. This is an amazing book. Um, if you have already reddest. I know I get a lot of great reviews, but Definitely want to pick this up for someone that's important to your life, and you want to educate them, no matter what stage of life they are at this book goes through being a young kid going to college to an elderly woman who has to start over after a divorce. You name it. This book has it. It's easy to understand Guide for women on how they can protect themselves and their families, their businesses their assets. Now I don't want a single you'd element out. You can apply the stories as well. I mean, this is just the law and having this information and understanding the law. On and having it worked on your side by visiting the proper steps to secure yourself is crucial because I can't tell you how many people don't have this information. And it's not about just having this information. It's about implementing it. So if you learn something new on this program today, I'm so excited that I have been able to impact your life just even a little bit or this information. You already knew. You have a plan already in place, But you know someone in your life that's been putting it off. And you think that They need to get the ball rolling. I want you to share my information with them. I want you to share the title of the book, Love, Death and money. It's It's too overwhelming to throw my number in her face and have them call me a cup of coffee is my books with them and give it to them and say, Hey, I want you to read this. I think this was really useful for you. This is really going to protect you and your family and everything that you have worked hard for. Because again if you don't have a plan, the government has one for you. It's not that long of a book, and I know how overwhelming it could be to try to learn legal concepts and legal lingo. Attorneys have a way of making things very difficult. But the way I explain things in this book on what steps we need to take from eight to be on by share with you a lot of real life. Cases in scenarios obviously have changed a lot of the names and move the details around a little bit, But this is your life, and I think that when you are able to read the stories and Seems to be the end of each chapter. I have a takeaway and I go through the red flags of what these people fail to see or what steps they didn't take and how this impacted their life. Um, it's it's a wake up call is scary, but it is an important conversation to have..
"each chapter" Discussed on KQED Radio
"A sort of like, I'm gonna tell you how it is, and I don't care how you feel about it. I just need to be straight. You know, my philosophy about hard conversations is that like it's important to be honest and to name the thing that's happening, But also all of these conversations are happening in the context of a relationship, so you need to tend to that relationship while you're having the conversation. Um, but more. It's not so much like. Oh, I owe this to people. It's more I have seen how important that convey. Be like T Have someone Model for you like that. I'm going to talk about something that like maybe you listening. Are you reading have a lot of shame about because you just don't know how to You know, don't know what it says about you or your friend will be judged. And like I've seen that, like when people do here like Yeah, this happened and it was really sad and embarrassing in the moment and like I got through it and like to hear that when you are struggling That could be just such an important thing, Um, just to not feel like you're alone, and also like there's not a lot in here. I mean, I There's a lot of private things that I write about in the book, but also, um, you know it's stuff that I'm like a proud that I worked through so I don't feel I didn't feel a sort of like. Oh, my God, I'm really gonna have to push myself to make this public. It was more like this is what happened to me. I'm gonna tell you about You wrote about something with your husband, where you were trying to decide if you should rent an apartment on and how you were being very concerned about the finances of that. And if that was going to be something that would be affordable, etcetera, and I think you're right. That what you figured out later. Was you really just trying to kind of have control of the situation? Yeah. 100%. Maybe that's sort of like psychology one on one, but I hadn't thought it caused me to re examine like 80% of the arguments I've had in my life with people. I've been in relationships with where I'm like. It was really going on there. Oh, I was probably trying to be in control of stuff. Yeah. Do you feel like hosting this show and thinking about the stuff as much as you do now, and now working on this book, do you feel it has changed you as a person? Are you like more able to kind of step? Out of your experience and kind of analyze it more accurately. Well, I analyze it more accurately. But all that stuff is still there. Asked my husband, Arthur, he will tell you I am annoying and Not fun to make financial and explain right after this, By the way, so it's Zack's equal access. Things have two shows you that the shows are. He's a good interview, I'd recommend it. It's It's like now we just like, okay, here's Anna doing her thing that she does where she seizes up and gets freaked out. And like thinks that everything's gonna fall apart. If we buy a rug, you know, and then she'll come around. You know, And, um, in this, and therapy has helped with this, too. I have this wonderful therapist right now where we're in that little like voice of me who's like she's like, shouldn't buy therapist. She's like, Let's just listen to her for a minute. What's she afraid of? And she could lets me like, sit in the voice of the afraid person and I just could just say all the crazy wild stuff. That I'm afraid of. And then once she's like, had her little piece said her little piece would be like, Okay, we heard you. We don't agree with you about everything that you it's out. That's out there. So that's more what I think, like making the show and writing the book and also, like living in close proximity, all the time with my partner during this pandemic, like you get really used to your patterns, you get to know them. And I don't think I've changed a lot. But I can move through it more quickly, because we just like here is happening again. You know, we're talking to Anna sale from the death, sex and money podcast here on the live Warehouse party. She has a book out called. Let's talk about hard things. Do you find yourself being emotionally drained from hosting death? Sex and money, particularly the stuff around death. You know? People have asked me that and the bigger feeling that I have is like, Wow, I'm just so honored that that person shared this with me, you know, and usually when, even if it's a really heavy burden, or something really hard. You can hear a little bit of lightness towards the end of the conversation from just their experience of getting to talk to somebody at length about something, um Certainly like there are guests that just hot me in conversations that haunt me and I want, you know, I think like, Wow, I wonder if that person is still struggling with that thing. Um I guess I do. I do have a hard time with The loss of Children. Aziz a parent, I think about that a lot. Those those kind of gets stuck. But I think because I'm not a therapist. I'm not a social worker. And I'm not a doctor who's who People are coming to and saying, like, Help me Fix this. Help me. Help me like work through this in my life Instead, I'm this person who's like I'm here to listen. You know, um, that's Z less like I feel a responsibility to fix their problems and more. I just feel really glad that we got to have the conversation. Is that a big takeaway from for you from hosting this show and from working on this book that just You said it's not about necessarily fixing the problem. It's about like holding space. It's about just kind of I mean listening and because I think there's this very natural response when someone sharing something hard with us that we want to Give them advice. Tell them how it could be worse. You know, there's like this really strong human impulse to want to. Fix it, or somehow contextualize it. And maybe the best thing you can do is just be there with the person. Yeah, I mean, I I I sort of like, came to that halfway through writing that because the book is five chapters, death, sex, money, family and identity. And I was like, huh? It's interesting that all of these things feel really hard there really hard in different ways. So what, if, in part of each chapter I say like money is hard because we don't like to admit that people have different amounts of resource is and part of that is because of things they've done, and part of that is because of luck and history, and we just don't like that fact. So we just pretend it doesn't exist..
Mental Health Comedy
"each chapter" Discussed on Mental Health Comedy
"You have my popularity. That's why i'm so popular. But but now now let me just talk to you. About these masks. There are designers. We have the golden globes. Tonight we have or you wearing. Why can't a designer create a mask. That's actually attractive where it doesn't look like. You're robbing a stagecoach or about to do surgery you know add. That's an excellent question. And there are some very i find. There's some very attractive mass. The i've purchased them online. And also there's also a you know you can say something with your mask. It's like a bumper sticker. That's true have you. Have you thought about renting out space and actually saying look. If you're going to be a sponsor. I think i'm going to have to wear it. Yeah that's really happened. yeah add. you're really on the pulse. I'm rolling i'm roland now rowland rawhide. What a great show now with the book writing a book is a is a lot of work. It's a tremendous amount of work. What did you realize when you came through that process of writing that that you didn't know before is there anything. That's well first of all. I was asked to write the book so it was an assignment. And i didn't know what you know. It was interesting. Because it's an it's a polemic. It's an argument. Buck right. and each chapter's its own. Little argument. And i wanted to make sure i included every and and i love stand up and i love comedy and i do love laughter and i can't take this that now audiences literally will laugh. They'll be like all right. I'm not supposed to laugh at that. Like it's so ridiculous that that's where we are right now than there weighing an eye and it's like no. You laughed because it was funny. It doesn't fucking make whatever. I'm talking about less horrible or cheapen it you know. It's a joke it's medicine and it's a weapon but anyway so writing the book knowing that i had all these deadlines and that i'm not i don't have good executive function my friend eddie. Sarfaty who is brilliant. What i would do was. I would sit and argue with him. Each chapter about the point. I'm trying to make. Then i would write up the chapter..
"each chapter" Discussed on Midlife Mastery
"Really prompted me to start thinking about it and it gave me that power of those words that i love start and i and i wrote pen to paper and it took me a while but you know that really started it so i i really think my brother for that and i also think just you know i had to take that moment to just breathe and say i'm gonna do it now that that's amazing and beautiful inspiration behind that. That's a hard hard was it was and it for me. It was just a moment of of true vulnerability but also just thinking here. I am and what i had done with my life and we had chosen to move all of these places. And i was so far away that i couldn't get back in time but at that moment i needed my brother just to come around and say just two day meet and he knows you're here so that's that's really why i wrote the book and i think a lot of these stories are shared in that book but more importantly the book for me to is to empower others in inspire others. Because it's not my story. So many people have stories that paralleled that but at the end of each chapter it inspires people to take action in their own life to think about things differently. And so. that's my favorite. Part of the book is inspiring others. So do you have any examples where people have come up to you or message. You're anything and just said. Hey you know. This is what i did differently because of what i read yes Thanks for asking that. that's i love that. No one's really ever asked me that. Before i love that. Yeah it's funny. I just had this conversation with my husband the other day because he said mu should write these things down. You should keep them. Because i do. I have incredible community of people that really supported. Enjoined me on this started in november of two thousand nineteen..
Horizon Talk Radio's podcast
"each chapter" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast
"Life While is quite simple but when you actually read it it feels more important. You know. I didn't want to write a book and the book is really based upon my career as as a psychologist Want to create something new. That people had tried to figure out what i put in the book. It's just the things that we all can do all the stuff that's really inside us. We just have to learn how to go. Get it And work with it. That's really all. I did anyone in the world who reads this book can do it is. It's not just written for some people. Anyone who really wants to change life and really wants to you. Know more capable more powerful on the inside More happy more loving all those things can do all these things Because what i've done at the end of each chapter thirty six chapters and at the end of each one. I've given the exact steps that we can take to cia to make the changes. So and i think that's what was missing in the literature You know you get a whole lot of things like love yourself and then people say well. How do i do that. I'll it's in the book. This these are the things you have to do if you do these things. You're going to move in that direction. So you know. It's not a complicated program. It's very simple. It's very logical when you look at it i it's just. I took the time to put it up. Put to put it into a format that that makes sense. That's all i mean was promote your book here but i was just thinking of aside of it the other people that don't read invokes but guest release into an orgy with you. Read a book co webpages. Ask somebody about. It is the same message but in a different way What's that word. John answer that has just gotten over question. If.
"each chapter" Discussed on The Puddcast
"Yeah the first draft which is by the way the only draft my wife red. She surprised me. I didn't know she surprised me and rent. And she's not like someone who goes after nonfiction all the time and just reads like crazy like. She took my first draft of the pdf that i turned into the publisher that i got like so much feedback on how to make it more human and she read that thing from start to finish. She walked in. She had tears in her eyes. She was so pumped on it. And you know my wife is a good gauge of like immi- speaking to normal people and that's not a knock on her as much as she's just been so helpful not sure and i mean. She's highly educated. She's got a master's in special education. When it comes to this niche area she wants to know. How is it going to help my life better. And she was able to see those things. But at the same time i was able to kind of hear from her here for my publisher realize. I've got to find that pastoral therapeutic quirky inviting voice that exists. I just figure out how to massage that further into the pages here and be willing to sacrifice some academic sounding content in the process. Which i did several of the chapters that are high have some high level stuff used to have higher level stuff. And i'm actually planning on planning on doing a video like a kind of an uncut bravo video on each chapter. Where i just say. Here's what the chapter used to be. Here's some things cut out. Here's some things to consider if you want to just take next. So so that's been my process and man. It's been a good. The creative side of integrating that in a book has been so life changing that. I think when i come to book to whatever that is and i don't know i keep trying to figure it out and nothing is clear I'll be able to step in with that voice with a little bit more clarity and That excites me..
"each chapter" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee
"I think it's really an interesting thing. Now they don't recommend most people read their own books for lots of reasons but they said if it's a if it's an autobiography or if it's whatever and so they said yeah we think it would be good if you read it. Just because the audience for the book tends to be younger people. I fifty thousand twitter followers. Now in an excel. That doesn't mean anything. But i have. I have good engagement there so people know me. That's how i sold as many books as i've sold 'cause i published it myself because i was not going to have some publisher i've already established that i'm not gonna listen to get gas us right here. Yeah so So i knew. I'd have to publish the book myself because i was never gonna say somebody this sell more books so you should include this now. We're not doing that. So but but again my goal isn't to sell books. My goal is to see if we can change the conversation and use the book the good thing one of the things about the book Go there now. what is that. There's case studies in the book. That are my friends. They're all people that i know well. And who have such. It's inspiring stories. And i love that and so those case studies are really wonderful because they're real people who really made decisions and kind of what you were talking about which is how did they come to those when they when those crossroads came. How did they make that decision to go in that direction. And they're all in that. Age group millennials and gen z. Keys than the other thing. Is that the end of each chapter. There's are called you work at section where people can actually work on their own way of thinking about things and take and it. It's hard to think. Okay what am i gonna do when. I don't know what my choices are. That's the way i came up with. What the how the how to develop exercises..
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"each chapter" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show
"We need to learn more in order to do You can't have the same level of education that you did coming out of high school or college and be who you wanna be at thirty. Forty or fifty. We have to continue to learn grow and adapt the circumstances of our lives or our goals. Competence area just goes into all the practical ways that you can continue to grow in the area of your competence which is basically intelligence and practical knowledge whether it be reading books in the science behind. How helpful impactful. That can be how to find the right books for who you are right because not. Everybody wants to read books. Not everybody wants to read non fiction being a good fiction but can grow you in your level of creativity your level of clarity in areas that you didn't even realize there's ways outside of college to take classes to get certifications. You continue to increase your competence uncertain areas. You can leverage that education to get a higher. Pay this lots of practical ways to never stop growing in the area of your competence So each chapter goes into these different instances of how to grow in these different areas. All right okay sal. Spice company is kind of related with confidence. As well you know because if you don't confidently competency might fall and vice versa. Not so competent. In something in the confidence is not kind of links. They all kind of go hand in hand. If you work on one it's gonna make the other better for sure. Yeah yeah we did touch connections but clarity character and commitment. Do kind of pressure clarity. Sometimes maybe we we get so wrapped up in this world. Self-help go go go. That is person right and so sometimes you need to slow down. Sometimes you need to open up some space to think for self awareness purposes you need to spend time with yourself and you spend time with your family as close to work or garage or education right and so it's it's one..
"each chapter" Discussed on Hollywood Real
"And then vying the bullet points at the end of each chapter for the publishers. To be aware of what we covered in that chapter. It wasn't supposed to be a part of the book by the time we got to the third chapter. They liked these bullet points and they went. Well hang on a minute. What don't we take those bullet points at the end of every chapter make it a cheat sheet and she therefore make a roadmap to what you need to be focusing on so we went back and she re-addressed the first bullet point list and so we ended up doing it so it was a great exercise for me to be able to get out there. I go through things like brandon transparency communication. It's a book this radi that to teach you the odds of confidence. The art of getting things done the are of a moving obstacles by first of all recognizing that there and so it's all about really getting things done in a very uncomplicated. War ugly manner because we've prettied everything to the point that we no longer believe it when it's ugly a more way believe it's earthy. It's realistic evoke an emotion and we watch movies now. Where buildings are flying through the air and godzillas. Just come out your back pocket and it doesn't bother us because we've seen it we become desensitized but if we see something with someone falls ov- on the street like you see these these programs and they show you sports files and you see a car actually crashed not a hollywood car but actually a proper because it's war and it's ugly and it's real wacky searching for that more this book is there to show you how to keep things and ugly to show you how they could be more impactful and how they can be beneficial. You can show someone. Nobody applies tag is but what your values and so gave me the platform to be able to get everything out. Put it in there. Hopefully my kids would read it. And i can do.