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Eight Global CEO Tweets Crypto Market Cap Acting Below 200-Week MA

Coin Edition

00:44 sec | Last week

Eight Global CEO Tweets Crypto Market Cap Acting Below 200-Week MA

"5 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. 8 global CEO tweets crypto market cap acting below 200 week MA. 8 global founder tweets crypto market cap below 200 week MA. He added that the total market capitalization for crypto is holding above 2017 ADH, BTC transaction volumes lowest in two years at 116,564.65. Crypto trading, investing, and learning platform, a global founder and CEO, Michael van de poppy tweeted on November 23rd, 2022, that the post 8 global CEO tweets crypto market cap acting below 200 weekend may appeared first on coin edition.

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Cates, Flyers hand Blues eighth straight regulation defeat

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last month

Cates, Flyers hand Blues eighth straight regulation defeat

"The flyers broke the game open with three second period goals to a 5 one win over the blues Now let's prove it off you on the board When he scored his third goal of the seasons I was connecting later made it to nothing with his 5th Noah case finished the scoring with his goal they came with three seconds to go in the period Leighton periods and early periods are huge for every team and to get one going into the period and kind of get that momentum going is big for us Why no widely scored for the blues who dropped their 8th in a row Michael luongo Philadelphia

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US home sales fell in September for eighth straight month

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

US home sales fell in September for eighth straight month

"U.S. home sales have fallen again for the 8th straight month Existing home sales fell in September by one and a half percent from August to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.7 million buyers are facing sharply higher mortgage rates which ticked up this week to 6.94% along with higher home prices and a tight supply of properties Compared to September of last year existing home sales are down nearly 24% which except for the pandemic was the slowest annual pace since 2012 Jackie Quinn Washington

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Alfredo Ortiz: An Eight-Point Plan to Support Small Businesses

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:16 min | Last month

Alfredo Ortiz: An Eight-Point Plan to Support Small Businesses

"How's the tour been going and tell us about the plan? Yeah, the program's going great, Mike. I mean, you know, we've got a tremendous amount of support from all over the country in D.C.. We have some of the most important leaders really on the Republican side, really supporting. And remember that this is basically an 8 point plan. It's an 8 point agenda for Republicans once they take Congress over, which I believe will actually definitely happen in November. You know, it basically lays out what really can be done in terms of common sense actions for small business owners across the country. As you know, especially during COVID and post COVID, small business owners across the board have been pummeled, and now with inflation, supply chain issues, labor force issues. I mean, you name it. Small business owners across the country are being hammered. Our own internal small business IQ poll says that almost 60 percent of businesses are worried that they might not be able to make it another year. It might have to close their doors. This is a horrific number of Mike, if you think about it because two thirds of new job growth is in the hands of small business. 50% of our labor force is basically in the hands of small businesses. So we have to make sure that our small businesses in this country not only survive but thrive if we want our economy to get back on track.

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The President Doesn't Understand Basic Economics

The Trish Regan Show

02:14 min | 2 months ago

The President Doesn't Understand Basic Economics

"Recent comments by the president. For example, what he was saying out there over the weekend referring to gas prices. Here we go. And in 41 states, plus the District of Columbia, the average gasoline price is less than $2 and 99 cents. Not exactly true, in fact, it actually took CNN to have to come out and correct him on that one. There's nowhere in America right now. Not 41 states actually nowhere. Where gas prices are less than $2 and 99 cents. Now maybe he gets his twos in his threes mixed up, The White House had to come out and change the record, set the record straight on that in the transcript. But it's not that he just doesn't know the price of gas, nationwide, which, by the way, is $3 and 68 cents a gallon right now. It's that he is taking credit, repeatedly for things by just messing up his numbers whenever he seems to think it's worthwhile to do so, listen to him here. Gas prices. I know I got criticized for going to the stockpile. Well, guess what? Gas prices are down. A dollar 30 a gallon. Well, maybe in the last couple of months, but if you actually really want to think about that, gas prices are up a dollar 29 about a dollar, 30 cents. He came to office. In January, January of 2020, the national average was $2 and 39 cents a gallon. Now it's 360 eight. Which do you prefer? He's very proud that he's gotten the numbers to come down recently. That was in part, of course, because he went and tapped something that is not supposed to be tapped. And now I got criticized for going to the stockpile. Well, guess what? Gas prices are down. You got criticized because there's something called the strategic petroleum reserve. That stockpile is strategic, meaning it's there if the security of our energy supply is in fact threatened, and it turned out our energy supply security was not being threatened, but politically speaking, the Democrats were. And he's going to

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The Story of Eight Lab Mice

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:28 min | 3 months ago

The Story of Eight Lab Mice

"What do you think about the recent news that the vaccine was approved, a vaccine was approved by only testing them on 8 mice. I don't quite understand it. Yeah, I was just kind of reading this story. It's extraordinary. And apparently, one of the vaccines and again, I want to make sure I get this precise because we have a commitment to the truth here on this program. Is one of the vaccines was approved. By only testing the boosters on mice and not on humans. So instead of a set of three blind mice, we have 8 mice that are dictating whether or not we take vaccines or not. Play cut one O three. We're going to do revoke all of their license, revoke the license of 40% of rural pediatricians or myself who wants to see more data about something like the new omicron specific vaccine that yesterday just got magically authorized by the FDA based on 8 mice and no publicly available clinical data in humans. That's how they authorized it. The purpose of science is to challenge orthodoxy and dog money. That's how science advances, and that's exactly what was banned in this bill that governor Newsom may sign at any moment. So apparently we're learning that the vaccine was approved on 8 mice trials. We've been trying to warn people about this and we were laughed at and scoffed at the way they're going to pivot is they're going to blame Donald Trump for this. That article has already been written.

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Rep. Jim Jordan: Jan. 6 Panel Has Told at Least Eight Lies, Maybe More

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:51 min | 4 months ago

Rep. Jim Jordan: Jan. 6 Panel Has Told at Least Eight Lies, Maybe More

"Saw you on newsmax the other night. And you were weighing in on the J 6 panel and you said they've been caught in 8 different lives. What are those lies? Well, they lied about Bernie Carrick's travels. They lied about very loud on the colleague of mine. They lied about the tour he gave to constituents. They lied about Jenna Ellis documents. They lied about Eric hershman, White House lawyer, the light about the note written Cathy Hudgens that she wrote it and there was a person said, no, no, I actually wrote that note. They lied about the Secret Service. We've had Secret Service come forward and say that what she testified to was not accurate. And they lied about me twice, they lied about a text message I had forwarded to The White House chief of staff. They said it was from me, a member of Congress when it wasn't. I had forwarded to him from a respected lawyer former inspector general for Don rumsfeld. And then they also took a video quickly where I was on Fox News talking and I was on Maria bartiromo show and the video clip started off with me saying January 6th is the ultimate data significance in a presidential contest. What they left off was the sentence right before that where I said the late justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said that January 6th is the ultimate date of significance in a presidential context because that's when you actually approve the electors. And that changes the entire context of that statement. So we saw that and then, of course, maybe the most important was when Zoe lofgren I remember the committee said, we don't corroborate witnesses testimony. And they didn't ask pat cipollone when he was deposed if what Cassie Hutchinson said about him was true. And his lawyer reported afterwards that if he had been asked to say it wasn't. So that's 8 different false things we've gotten from this committee. And Todd, we don't get to see the evidence. We don't get to sitting on the depositions. We don't get access to the transcripts of the video, the documents they have. We don't get any chance across examine. And so imagine how many other lives they've told the American people if we've caught him in 8 with that limited amount of ebb and we get to see.

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Braves pound 3 HRs, send Nationals to eighth straight loss

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 5 months ago

Braves pound 3 HRs, send Nationals to eighth straight loss

"Austin Riley Orlando RC and Adam Duvall each homered as the braves beat the nationals 8 to four Atlanta is now 32 and ten since the start of June and moved within two games of the mets in the NL east Brave starter Ian Anderson got the win to improve to 8 and 5 We're playing really good right now For myself personally to go into the break on this kind of note I feel good Body feels good arm feels good so hopefully I can keep it going once we get back Patrick Corbin took the loss to fall to four and 12 for the Nats who have lost 8 straight and 14 of 15 Craig heist Washington

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Filmmaker Michael Moore Pens HisOwn version of 2nd Amendment

The Officer Tatum Show

01:22 min | 5 months ago

Filmmaker Michael Moore Pens HisOwn version of 2nd Amendment

"I want to tell y'all about this story. Of this man whose brain is completely faulting him. In his name is Michael Moore, now Michael Moore, he made one documentary that I have any respect for him. It's the one calling out these liberals virtue signaling about climate change. I mean, he may 1 documentary. Maybe he fell on his head and accidentally made a documentary telling the truth. But the rest of his life, he's being an incredible idiotic individual. So now what is Michael Moore decided to decide to do? Michael Moore has decided that we need a Twenty-eighth Amendment to repeal and replace the Second Amendment. Whoo. You know he's stupid. The repeal replaced the Second Amendment. Now, let me read to you some articles or sections of his amendment. I'm going to read them to you verbatim, so I don't miss any of the stupidity. Initially saying that he wants to get rid of the Second Amendment because of violence or whatever the case may be, he claimed that the section one should read the rights of the free people to be kept free from gun violence. And the fear thereof must not be in French and Shelby protected by the Congress and the states.

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COVID Lockdowns Would Have Been FAR WORSE Without 2nd Amendment

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | 6 months ago

COVID Lockdowns Would Have Been FAR WORSE Without 2nd Amendment

"Than what you saw the last couple of years with COVID of how important it is? That people are able to defend themselves against a potentially tyrannical government. COVID lockdowns would have been far worse if it wasn't for the Second Amendment. We would have been closer to New Zealand or Australia because if only one side has the guns, they get to call all the shots. James Madison, we have a picture of James Madison here. In our studio. The father of the United States Constitution said quote always remember that an armed and trained militia is the firmest bulwark of republics that without standing armies, their liberty can never be in danger. Nor with large ones safe. Now what is a militia? You see militia gets misrepresented by the media saying, oh, that's a trained force and only people in the military. Nope, George Mason, who inspired the Second Amendment said, I ask, sir, what is the militia? Quote, it is the whole people to disarm the people is the best and most effectual way to enslave them. The founding fathers were clear that if you disarm a people, you enslave them. The purpose of the Second Amendment is to be able to protect all the other amendments. The purpose of the Second Amendment protects your right to privacy, the Fourth Amendment protects your right to sell against self incrimination, the Fifth Amendment protects your right to due process 6 7th Eighth Amendment. Protects your right, the speech and to assembly. A free people must have leverage against tyrants. One of the reasons why America has a tradition of the many ruling the few, not the few ruling the many. It's because we've been armed. And for some people, they just don't like hearing this. It's an uncomfortable truth while it's what it is.

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Senate approves $40 billion aid package for Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 7 months ago

Senate approves $40 billion aid package for Ukraine

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting the Senate ships of $40 billion Ukraine aid bill to President Biden for his signature The Senate gave final approval Thursday to a fresh $40 billion aid package for Ukraine sending the bill to president Joe Biden for his signature The legislation that includes military economic and food aid for Ukraine and U.S. allies passed on a vote of 86 to 11 Both party leaders Democrat Chuck Schumer and Republican Mitch McConnell urged passage It's a fight we should not and can not turn away from I encourage every senator on both sides to join this bipartisan super majority Every Democrat who voted approved the measure as did most Republicans but all the no votes came from Republicans which was also the case last week when the House approved the legislation 360 eight to 57 Mike Gracia Washington

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Curry's 21 points, 12 boards lead Warriors in Game 1, 112-87

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 7 months ago

Curry's 21 points, 12 boards lead Warriors in Game 1, 112-87

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Pivetta tosses 2-hitter to lead Red Sox past Astros 5-1

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 7 months ago

Pivetta tosses 2-hitter to lead Red Sox past Astros 5-1

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Biden to invoke Defense Production Act to address baby formula shortage

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 7 months ago

Biden to invoke Defense Production Act to address baby formula shortage

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 Russian soldier pleads guilty at Ukraine war crimes trial

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 7 months ago

Russian soldier pleads guilty at Ukraine war crimes trial

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NATO chief hails 'historic moment' as Finland, Sweden apply

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

NATO chief hails 'historic moment' as Finland, Sweden apply

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Manson scores 8:02 into OT, Avs beat Blues 3-2 in Game 1

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 7 months ago

Manson scores 8:02 into OT, Avs beat Blues 3-2 in Game 1

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Butler scores 41, Heat take Game 1 from Celtics 118-107

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

Butler scores 41, Heat take Game 1 from Celtics 118-107

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"eight g" Discussed on Prognosis: Doubt

Prognosis: Doubt

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"eight g" Discussed on Prognosis: Doubt

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"eight g" Discussed on Prognosis: Doubt

Prognosis: Doubt

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"eight g" Discussed on Prognosis: Doubt

"Sponsoring the research. Drew tells me some 200,000 people are born every year with sickle cell disease. Most of them in sub Saharan Africa. There's a cure, but it's way too expensive for a lot of these patients. And what they do is they take a patient. They take out a lot of bone marrow. They infect the bone marrow with a lentivirus, and then they give it back. That's probably a half a $1 million per person cost. For a sickle cell cure. You can't do 200,000 bone marrow biopsies in sub Saharan Africa. Hi, everyone. Thanks for tuning in today. If you haven't heard, there's been an interesting development in healthcare. A company called premier has launched a new initiative to help make healthcare better for everyone. It's called pink AI, and it can help provide faster, better and smarter care for patients. Pink AI is an intelligence engine that can leverage artificial intelligence and machine learning to put providers and their patients at the center of care. Using a massive dataset from actual patient encounters, pink AI is already delivered over 5.4 billion clinical decision support alerts to help physicians determine the best treatment options for their patients. Pink AI is revolutionizing the paper based invoice processing system in most hospitals, saving an average of $1.8 million per hospital. With over 75% of hospitals already partnering with premiere, it's easy to see how pink AI will positively impact our healthcare system for decades to come. Visit pink AI dot com slash healthcare for the full story. PNC AI dot com backslash healthcare. So drew's lab has figured out how to target bone marrow stem cells with an mRNA treatment. It inserts a new gene into the genome of the stem cells. Instead of removing a patient's bone marrow, doctors would simply need to give them an IV injection. To me, that changes the world because now you can do gene therapy with a simple injection. We should make this clear this program is an inhuman trials yet. It's being tested now in mice. As drew has told us several times, success in mice doesn't necessarily translate to humans. Drew's lab has a laundry list of other projects as well. He's working with BioNTech on a range of infectious disease vaccines. And he's working on a pan coronavirus vaccine with duke university. The university of North Carolina and the national Institutes of health. That's a shot that could work against all types of coronaviruses. Not just SARS CoV-2. The idea would be to have a vaccine that could cover whatever variant pops up in the future. Maybe even something that's ready to go for the next pandemic. And they're working on an mRNA vaccine against HIV. If it succeeds, that would be transformative too. HIV, the virus that causes aids. Has alluded vaccine efforts for decades. Mutates so quickly, the way it infects cells is very different, it forms a long lived latent reservoir that's hard to get rid of. And it has so many ways of avoiding immune responses. Again, the HIV vaccine is a long way from completion. Drew's team is also working with duke and NIH on this project. He says it's due to start a human trials next year. HIV is a much more difficult virus. So that's going to take a lot more work to get it to work correctly. None of these new mRNA vaccines and treatments will have the same speedy trajectory as the COVID vaccine last year. That's partly because the circumstances are so different. As we saw in last week's episode, the pandemic was in some ways the perfect use case for mRNA vaccines. The vaccine makers could draw on years of prior work from virologists and what would be the best bit of a coronavirus teas for a vaccine. They could run relatively quick patient trials with COVID circulating around the globe. There was no shortage of scope for testing the vaccine. And the SARS CoV-2 virus is a lot more straightforward than cancer or HIV. Now the companies that raised to get COVID vaccines on the market are going to need to start playing a more complicated game. They'll need to reassure investors that their billions in revenues won't just be a one off. They're grappling with a tremendous pace of growth. Moderna, in particular, has struggled to set up a global distribution network without a big partner like Pfizer. It recently said it wouldn't be able to ship as many COVID vaccine doses as expected this year. Meanwhile, smaller startups around the world are also working on mRNA vaccines and treatments. When I ask Helmut Jaguar, the BioNTech chairman about the biggest challenges ahead. He says the company has to be careful to stay focused. We just need to be careful that we don't go after too many things at once, and we really need to focus. Helmets says he thinks BioNTech will have more mRNA products on the market in a few years. It reminds me of the song by the Hungarian rock singer who appeared on that radio interview with cuddling carrico, the pioneering mRNA researcher in Budapest. We played some of it in episode 6. Songs about how you need to work hard and stay the course to achieve your goals. The diamonds and gold have a nice shine. But you have to dig deep to get it. Catalan.

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"eight g" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

08:31 min | 1 year ago

"eight g" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Insulted in publicly. And now the sixers left with nothing and then get no value for sevens. And i can talk about all of those things but i wanna talk about something. That happened where i live at about three in the morning. And for those of you who do not live in washington dc. I concede that all weather is local. This i mean you live where you live you get the weather you have but at about three in the morning last night. I was awakened by two things one an enormous amount of lightning thunder but an enormous amount of lightning and rain and to that male instinct. That says you have to protect the house. And michael knows well about that instinct because he was awaken last night by the same two things. You've forty-five we had lightning. I don't wanna say the lightning ever. Maybe once or twice. I saw it so clear that i thought it was within a half a mile of me but most of the time it was just that constant lighting up the sky from distance and the thunder and rain and pouring down rain kept me up from three to five. What happened with you i. It was two forty five and it was the thunder that woke up little henry. The boys are on the front side of house so he starts crying bring him into bed and then the walkman he gets up as well so it's the four of us huddled under our sheets as we're as we start to feel our house shape so then i i was sure powered. Go off and it didn't get out of the bed. And i go downstairs and we have a sort of a a driveway walkout and i'm standing there watching the entire street light up and watching sheets of rain. This is one of those once a year now. I think it's important to remember. We have our. We have our safety. We have our health. There are other issues going on with floodwater in this country or in other more important but this again new orleans. This is what was happening to us last night. Yeah it was really something. There's nothing that that really freaks you out like weather whether in the middle of the night where you go. Whoa what is going to happen. Next is going to be a tornado or trees going to start to go down. I am very very lucky. In this regard my dog you hear my dog bark all the time. Ninety percent of dogs are terrified thunder and lightning and they whimper and they wine and they crawl under chairs and try to crawl under beds. Chessy doesn't seem to be affected by lightening and doesn't hide in the shower. No no doesn't do that so very very lucky about that. You guys are up. In the new york metropolitan area are you. When is the because we are starting around noon in washington to. We're getting twenty four hours rain. I don't know if it'll be this severe but it'll be twenty four hours arraigned. What is the forecast in new york. I say yeah. It's just been raining pretty consistently since since i woke up and before that here no thunder and lightning here yet. Though is that expected at the. Us open are they gonna play the us open today or are they going to try to play the us. Open nigel. well yeah. I mean we've all been sort of looking at this storm as it makes. Its way up to us some rain out right now. I think it's supposed to rain pretty steady throughout the day and into the night. I hopefully let off tomorrow. They've got the roofs at authorized stadium and louis armstrong. They can close them. Yes yes so. They'll just start a funnel matches into their today's the big day. The doubles begins today. So the unlikely. Who do is bump those matches to another day and just have sort of a crowded thursday friday saturday to get those matches in but yes there will be much going on throughout the day today. Will they be able to cover the pathway. So that when cincy pots has to go to the bathroom and bring his cell phone call because coach is just tracking the radar. Will that be okay. We'll sit poss- able to do that. Yes there's ever been a guy who appears to be creating a pattern of cheating it's him. It's well apparently this is. This is a larger issue with with several players and in bosses defense. Well it did or at least what to do against the letter of the law but it appeared. It's against the spirit of fair-play certainly andy. Murray was was outraged by this and should have been playing two surgeries. And he's like if you cool me down even a little bit in the middle of a match. It's very difficult to sort of stay loose and be able to continue to play if you go to the bathroom that much in your chosen profession. You ought to get another profession or a doctor's help come on. I mean cincinnati. He did this five separate times. Averaging seven minutes a shot certainly enough time to text his coach to find out what he was doing. I would be very interested in if you would look back on all the time. Cincy pas has taken a stroll to the bathroom. What was his record. After he came back how did he do in that next set after he came back and that would also indicate to me that maybe he was receiving information while he was in there. You can understand why i would feel this way. Sure no. it's entirely possible but again was a match with underneath kerber in an woman named his trump's go and they both went to the bathroom at the same time sometimes. It's not just to use the facilities very media yesterday. So it's arms. It's i've changed my outfit completely. I think that's what supports was doing was changing his outfit. Because why don't you just go to. Calvin klein go to dressing room. Yeah but this. The dishing jr. This is an issue with several ex players and commentators and the general consensus is that the tool needs to take a look at these things and they whatever the whatever the ruling is say. Look five minutes. And that's it after that you know we're gonna start ducking you points and then games so they i think they need to take a look at it because yeah we cellphones. It's very easy to just sorta text coach saying that sits did that but you want to eliminate that that don't let them in there with a cell phone. Don't let anybody bring a cell phone into the bathroom. That's all to mark in cape may new jersey. Who bought me a golf ball for three dollars. A golf ball from uncle bills. Pancake single golf ball. One single pinnacle by the way a pinnacle which i would medical gold. No uncle bills pancake house. Appreciate that very much taken up. I doubt i'll be using four to gregory mcwilliams. In new york gregory nick williams likes to be called mckee or mckee. Send me this really long. Letter closed. a card of a baseball player named rob below b. e. l. l. o. r. from the atlanta braves third baseman and shortstop. He did not have a long career but he was born on my birthday and this goes on and on about first of all he makes fun of me. Kosai said that nelson cruz would not get to five hundred home runs. And i don't think he will but he said now we get to the heart of the matter through my sleuthing skills. Inquisitive mind and a bit of luck. I have uncovered the reuss you perpetrate it. So slickly. half a century ago examining enclosed nine hundred seventy eight tops card number. Six eighty one looks familiar. The jutting chin prickly fo- hipster mustache the gleeful some might say demented twinkle in the eye. You sir were rob bollore by perpetrating. The role of a module major league player. You could collect all the scoops on all the teams then scurry off to write about them under the very convenient of being yet again. Demoted to the minors. But you would always eventually return to the majors to uncover more scoops. The concept was brilliant. And you almost got away with it to left. One critical clue overlooked. You didn't change your birthdate. A sort of a fantastic reasoning that he uses that encloses the card. Thank you for that. And then most important. Because this stuff's really really good. And this comes from kerr taylor at new balance asana official letterhead. Yeah please enjoy these nine ninety. The ones and v five from new balance entertainment marketing thanks to all the great column shows the most importantly the bandwagon. That's going back a long way. Thirty years one slight request can new balance. Be the officials sneaker the podcast that actually they can because i spend my own money and buy new balance. 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"eight g" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands

Walking the Shadowlands

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"eight g" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands

"The tv show guys did ventures among staffers. I can't wait to talk with her about her experiences. If you're a you. If i follow you've probably heard of possibly the most famous and credible year for abduction cases recorded the bt and banney her experience on the same day. I'm speaking with patty. i'm also talking with kathleen modern. Who is the niece of bitty ambani hill and. She brought the definitive book on the experience. Join on personal family. Knowledge beheads wasn't made public making her the foremost authority on the experience. Potentially because of the family experiences lead catherine to become early new for abduction contacting research also a historian of the. Us government's unify cover up and on very much looking forward to talking with here as well so these are just some of the gates in subjects and stays the night. I'm looking very hard to get these all organized in on loan hero. So if you haven't already been like and subscribe to walk in the shadowlands available on all free podcasting eggs including pandora iheartradio. Epo anka's spotify during an exit exit. So you don't miss out on any of these episodes. Also keep an eye out for social media teases for the fist episode of season. Eight starting next week walking the shedder lens can be found on most social media platforms. Facebook instagram twitter. Tick talk youtube. Just look for walk in the and the..

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"eight g" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands

Walking the Shadowlands

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"eight g" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands

"She history not lie caching now. We had the kite to and the capital sitting next to each other on the ground and we will asking if blue will come in the bowl because story low building so we'll ask them anyway it got from the same comedy but pups flash behind you made a will sign on so it's a double confirmation. That's the way to sit next to each other side. That not fault in one of two to regret saying on and then we continued the house if they could come up again but we had the clear. It's come through the the necker point gap and say hustling to go to the little kid. Can you touch the voice splitting the little kid. Can you touch the voice. Splitting to the little kid is an you. Can you please voice splitting to the little kid. You can you please. Voice mela is a lovely lady whom i've had the pleasure talking with previously. But only that time. I was the guest on her podcast which is could bell book and candle a southern lady with a lovely accent she. She is experiences. She had grown up and as a tour guide of very haunted museum and here experiences with bob of the guys also at the time we recorded this conversation. She was just recovering from five. So i didn't want to keep on talking for too long. I have i come from a background of my family. Come in from the mountains of georgia in the united states appalachian folk people mountain people and that came with a lot of supernatural stories. And just things like that ever since. I was a child. My grandmother and my mother both told me all these stories and doctors and granny witches and slew foot and all these critters and terrified me as a child. But i was also having experiences as a child than i did not understand and so we have this very interesting culture here in south carolina up the gulab people and they have route doctors as well but in the mountains they were also called route doctors and they put a route or a curse on you. There was a part of the house that was built up and when they rented the home this would have been in the thirties or forties in there were said. Do not get into the spring. Don't pull down this room. And at some point they decided that they were gonna get in there and when they got him there. This is the same house that had been crying babies. That was a skeleton of of a boy hanging from the middle of this room where they had been living with knicks gift. Gary cock is an old favourite from season. One a delightfully charmaine older gentleman quite well known in his field by the new zealand to enter his hip. Besides in the fist system was so well received by my listeners. That i couldn't wait to have him back onto talk about subjects. He's by very knowledgeable and and well known for but unfortunately it's taken away but of time due to events out of our control joma as if the dwellings of these other realms think it's imperative that we have more contact today because they exist in the same biospheres we'd do independent just live on the plan of this. We do they see the same as we do. It'd be the same year that drink the same water. They see the same farce. But they just at a different vibe or tori right so they live in a real create. This is why. I see it drive in suddenly. He slams on the brakes of a vehicle. Everything virtually screeches to a halt on the bank tumbled alive the price. And gosh the front sort of tangle lake suddenly and the van kempter's helped there in the headlines. A matter of only a few meters ahead was a discount around. Gona was the line what i perceived initially as children walking across arrived in front of the fat. And this was from the rod hand side of the van my cross lift binary in this weighty we have my guest simon. Simon is an internationally non hypnotherapist. He specializes in past life regression therapy. He had some very interesting thoughts on the topic. Plus life regression therapy which can be really effective. But i've always had an interest in paranormal supernatural stuff and that kind of led me through to going to the college of psychic studies in london in the eighties. And i went there regularly. And i'd pay to see a medium or a student media. I'm one of the things i did past life. Regression and it was really effective and really powerful and so that kind of Let me on later to study to be a clinical hypnotherapist myself. News client extensive. Course i did. I'm still pretty skeptical of waivers thing i look at. You gotta keep in mind. But don't throw everything analytical and logical out know. just accept everything. But i've been on to see that life as a nurse in the first world war in france and Looking after all these soldiers and that was say nine thousand nine hundred eighty seven. I did that past life regression. And then i did another one life done since then but i did another one recently just a couple of years ago and i went back to that life again but i was much older and i was living in london and i was married and i was with this man. That was really quite domineering. And he had this kind of attitude. You know women's places in the home you do the cooking and the cleaning and i remember. It was so weird in this past life. Regression that i got really angry. You know it was like he was treating me. Like i was just pathetic and useless in week and i was thinking about that time in france those months on all these soldiers coming in from the front line with maybe their legs missing and their arm blown off. No listen the frantic nece and the running around and look after those soldiers in this failing of you looking at this husband in his past life regression and thing to myself. You don't know me. You don't know what i'm capable of. You don't know. How strong am you know what i had to do in the wall when we were looking after all those soldiers and it's one of the things that comes up in past life. Regression is the emotion that just some of the gifts and episodes that coming up in season. Eight of our podcast in the next couple of days. Five i'll be interviewing the very well known medium and self-professed white which petty me agree. I really wonderful lady so easy to talk with is very well. Non for her appearances on.

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"eight g" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"eight g" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

"Too like hunt you down and make sure that they can't find like any specific thing that you're doing so that they can negate your claim like if you're hit by a car and you're like hey i injured my back and then like an insurance company can hire a detective in be like. We saw you walking your dog yesterday. So you're not that injured. We're not gonna pay out your claim like that's what they do. I'm exaggerating slightly. This has actually happened to me. But i've heard horror stories. Yeah a few horror stories. Have you heard. Just out of curiosity say hippo. I can't anyway so trampoline. Thirty two athletes sixteen men sixteen women. Each will perform two routines and qualifying. The first has very specific requirements. And then the second one is voluntary. And then i guess they add up the scores from those two in the top eight move on now because as we discussed the women's championship is already been decided the men's side. The people's republic of china are favored to win two medals two medals for the people's republic of china. And at first. Because i'm bad at reading. I thought that there was different. Olympic trampoline activities that they gave away medals for but then i just realized no they have to athletes so they're getting two medals because each one of them would get a medal in the one competition. So that's going on now. People's republic of china is led by reigning world champion. Gal lay which i think. That's how you pronounce his name. Who won the bronze in two thousand sixteen at rio. And then don don who won a gold lebron's anna silver in the last three olympics. All right yeah so back to the way that the sport works is the idea. You're doing tricks on a trampoline is at the idea or is there some other like you mentioned meeting required like what are the requirements to my understanding. Yeah the first one has specific requirements. And then the second one is more of a free style. I would imagine you could kind of get gygi with it as they say and just of do whatever it is a you wanna do that. No that's a technical term trampoline is it it is points for getting gygi with it yet. Score what what. What do you think you'd be best trampoline by the way just on. I'm a novice trampoline. Right they appear to go. And i don't know that this is accurate. They appear to go four hundred feet in the air at the olympics. Right they go very very high. They're hearing the statue of liberty detailing he watch them highlights of this. Yeah they go very high. You guys go to sky zone or equivalent of sky zone you know skies on his. No guys owns essentially a trampoline park where you can go and it's like an indoor trampoline tornado my go to those all the time It's a dangerous game being zaidi anytime hosted video there are foam pits there basketball hoops. You could kinda jump up to a dunk on. And then they're sitting. There are rooms that are just trampolines. The entire floor is made up of trampolines for like two hundred feet. And it's like obviously individual trampolines because two hundred foot long trampoline. You wouldn't be able to bounce on but there's a bunch of individual trampolines like two hundred feet long and then the walls are angled with trampolines on the wall that you can bounce off of. But as chris cody was saying tornado city. The adults are always getting injured. They're like horrific injuries happen a trampoline. It looks dangerous. i'm not gonna lie. It's looks like my achilles tendon just explode. It's really exhausting though. Yeah well it's like the little like bouncy workout thing. Oh yeah prepare but they have really cool socks they go. Wow that was a good horse. Sound right there. Resources feed clapping. Whenever you've done dressage. She's good jessen. I've been watching for ten minutes. This video of this horse dancing and it's it's a roller coaster ride i. I was impressed. And i'm starting to feel bad for the horse. There's not even anyone riding this horse. What was i was just watching. Gala lays routine from rio twenty sixteen. They won him his gold medal home. And hell i love that. We're all just on youtube horses man. Where's this horse video. I don't see it all right. Sorry that was a private message. Chris own message fagin. I mean we rented koetter. Dancing unison.

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"eight g" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"eight g" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

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"eight g" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"eight g" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"Yeah last summer mostly during covid. I'd assumed you know what. I'm not a eight anymore. I think i'm just a really healthy five. Because i think that like the uncertainty of that season i just lived in the unhealthy parts of the five so often that i knew still had access to all the eight stuff. I remember having a conversation with someone who's like a professional person. As i think i think it was just a really healthy five and they just kind of smiled because they hear an idiot shut up and so i mean absolutely that you think about the complications of last year from do still have a job to need to go create another source of revenue. What are we gonna do about. This is the world going to get back to normal and so there is no real practical problem solving. I could do outside of my microcosm right so everything was out of my control last year and that was not my favorite feeling. Yeah i loved it. Did you i did. I think that i needed. I felt like god was telling me. And i know i feel like for some reason. Covid was all about me. But i feel like god was specifically telling me that i needed to take a break and be out of control like not able to control this because this is something that i couldn't research hard enough i couldn't control i couldn't. There's nothing i can do. I just in our business closed and that was really tough. But i think it taught me that hey closes. That's okay too. Yeah you'll be addressing. You'll do something else like you'll pick yourself up but for me. I was definitely a time where i connected with god a lot more. I had that that quiet time like you saying about how they slow down and like take people with you. I needed to lean on people during cova that i hadn't felt like i had to. Yeah wow for our friends listening. That are not eight number one. What does it do to eight when someone else goes. You're such an eight. I mean doesn't matter. It doesn't matter. I pride in also annoyance at the same time. But it's like it's like of course what else would you. What else would i be right but almost like my whole life. People are like you're allowed. I'm like you don't think. I know it like i know myself every day she was like. Oh my gosh. i bet you're eight. You don't have the. I would've just told you don't have to to you know that doesn't bother me. Yeah perfectly said and for people who love eights. What do we need to do what we need to do. It's so funny. I think a lot of people now that the has gotten so big out here people be like oh my best friends in eight. My best friend's name. I think having any are so loyal. I think we fight for friends and we fight for what we believe in which is typically not for us as much as for somebody else I think that just allowing us to be who we are and asking questions. If you are confused about a part of our personality we have no problem telling you maybe where it comes from or talking about that. I think people are very confused by us. But i think we're open books that if you asked we would just tell you. Okay you know for some reason. I just think about Beatitudes when he says the the meek shall inherit the earth and i think about this scripture a lot. When i think about the eight. I'm not a linguistics expert. I'm definitely not a theologian. But i heard one description that Took that word meek and said it really there was. There was a context whereas a wild horse. That was tamed. For battle it was a warhorse that was under restraint and one hundred another beautiful way that said He who keeps his sword sheathed shall inherit. The i mean someone who is deadly and and really scary but the under control. Those are the types of people that can inherit the earth. So what. I'd love to know about eight like you're probably not experiencing all of who i am right now and if you did you might not be able to take it. Wow so bear with me. I'm trying to keep the sword sheet you know. We're trying to be under restraint under control so that when things when crap hits the fan when you need us all of us can show up on those really crappy situations. I mean do you do. Oh yeah i mean the funny thing is i love you so much but also you're like when you experience me you're not getting the full me but when i experienced you better get the full you so it's not fair fair but i totally get it and i deeply value. It's in my life including both of you significantly value both. Is there anything we didn't say about eight that you want to make sure we cover. I was curious about matt. What what is your wing nine. Wish it was a seventy located eight wing nine. Zero really complicated. Yeah i want it the other day. You have access to both and i feel like you have access to all the numbers the more integrated you become saturday morning at ten o'clock like ashley call with our seven friends not like the seven but our friends who are sevens see if they wanna come to dinner was like the most like seven wing moment over and she said no which was great. You're at eight wing. Seven hard okay all right. Thank you for asking that. I'm sure a lot of people listening to know. And just a reminder listening you wing the wings are not on either side of you and suzanne would teach and a lot of teachers say you kind of lean on one the first half of your life and another the second half of your life so you do experience both and you're right at the healthier we get the more. We encompass all the types because jesus is the perfect image of god and was a human and he was on. We see all night. The i was going to say. I think he was nine. Yeah think he be picked up on all parts of all of it. That's how i think so matt's or anything we didn't say about eight. You wanna make sure everybody knows a never type anybody because it's just it's not helpful right so if you have questions ask like she said just like with the aids in your life. They're going to be honest with you or we'll be direct with you about those questions And yet don't i. I wanna say don't take for granted but that same like i don't really care if anybody takes the strikes for granted so maybe that's not really hopeful. Now i think you could probably strike the thing to say no. I think we covered everything. Now we're keeping adding. I like the one question that you asked that. What do you think that. What did we need to hear. God say to us. Yeah what did you mean. What do you need to hear. God's eight you probably the reminder of grayson patients for me for sure the patient part because i think you touched on that a little bit about how we just go go so fast. We don't think about slowing down. I'm reading that john. Eldredge book right now With me no the. Oh gosh what is the one about walking with god..

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"eight g" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"eight g" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"I do. I truly truly love the wings. I think that was solidified. The eight four may was where i go during stress. Actually which is the five. I definitely overland lies. Everything i have to do it by myself. I'm too hard on myself about situations that have happened. When say the other person's not even thinking about it as much as i am. I also think that she's right about that. i was just saying that like my fiance. The other day was like i was like okay. So here's the plan. I'm going to do this. i'm going to go to work. i'm gonna come home and this is what's going to happen and later on the day. We got into a little bit of an argument and he said well. Did you ever think that maybe you could have. Just come and pick me up i so we only had one car and i'm like why didn't you just say it. I know i didn't think it. If i thought that is the most efficient way i would have just done it but like you should. I need to do to give me that suggestion. So it's true. I don't think that we. I don't utilize enough people in the room because i think and it's not a know it all thing but it can come across as at all like i really thought about it. I've got handled right. what about what. The the five is pretty easily accessible for me you. I don't care what sends it to the five so most of the time in argument or conflicting situation non ten times. I immediately know what i want to say. And what i wanna do for that one out of ten times. I'd like oh. I don't know the answer. She's right a pullback and probably half the time it's going to pull back and take my marbles and go home and the other half is probably gonna pull back. Let me think about this. And i'm gonna come back with an answer. That is going to win this situation. I think the complicated part of going to the five from me is what is really at the end of that road in really unhealthy situations in its cynicism and we briefly talked about that a week or two ago and it's like when gallison that when we were in the back hallway at church. Sorry yes yes that's fine. You're right so yeah. When i think at the end of the road of stress for me on a no. It's gone wrong when i get cynical and for me. Cynicism is saying I know the end of the situation before it happens. I know what you're going to do a know what the situation is going to look like. I know what you're going to say and predict the future. And i don't give a chance for grace for the lord to work in a situation. I just go ahead and prescribe. The future is so unhealthy. But when i'm in five and it's not going well as when at least as cynicism now sometimes i got a five and it's it's okay because i need to research and it understand better more information and so i'll do this with like my hobbies like when i used to be a musician it was like i'm gonna research instruments pedals and amps and stuff and now it's golf clubs and things that don't really matter that much. Yeah absolutely yeah. That's so funny. I think that for for me education. There's nothing better than it like. It's like kill them with notch. If i'm not winning an argument it's like beat smartest but for me when it comes for like where when i go into it. It's like so. I had this irrational fear of flying like when i was in my twenty s so for me any time that i would go to fly. I would have to know the size of the aircraft who the pilots were like. How much engine where we were flying over. You like look over into the pilots to be like. Here's who they are or would you like walk up and be would research before i was getting on the flight. Oh my god. I had so much anxiety for me. It's easier to say like. Hey let's we're driving airport right now. Let's get on a flight. But if i know i have like three weeks ahead of time. Like something about an anxiety. Ridden for me and it's the actual flying. It's not the packing. It's not leaving my animals. It's not anything about that. it's truly the. How is this machine getting up in the air. So i wanna to know everything about how these wheels work. What happens and so. That's what i do when i'm like super stressed. I'll know every detail that is so five ish that's probably my podcast obsession to like. I just want to know everything about everything. And they're shortcuts to the answers are shortcuts to wisdom. You know people synthesize a fifteen chapter book into a thirty minute conversations. Like i just think the flyover i can compete now because i know yeah and because we we get it like were saying earlier like if you sum it up for us. We've gotten the whole picture. We know the whole picture. We don't need to know the details unless we ask for a specific detail. But you're right. So i'm i have a huge podcast obsession as well freely. Yes just because our friend bat just about always has a headphone in. He might be right now listening to if i know for me in the car so whether it's like how how built this. I don't know if you've heard of that podcast. It's insane i love knowing like trials and tribulations from everybody in business so it's interesting all my friends are like you know the crime junkie or like any that that doesn't that don't do you want ones that you actually take away information. Yes so that it is stored in your body so that when you need it to make a fastest. It's there a fast decision or like for me. I didn't go to college. So sometimes when i stand in a room in front of people that are talking and talking they kind of looked down on hairdressers that didn't go to college necessarily through the years. I'm not saying anymore. Really so for me i. How would i wish they'd come. See your three businesses that appointment and because it's so popular but yeah so then for me to be intelligent and able to use my words properly and to have. That was like my way of. I don't know how he would explain that. My defense kind of where my security blanket or something. Did you ever see your stress number and his security number showing up at the same time. Yes when i'm helping somebody get on the plane then. I'm afraid to give up my for military. But i'm still on the plane. Yeah yeah. I don't think so okay. It always has to be one or the other..

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"eight g" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"eight g" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"Utilizing healthiness of being than in the to with my okay. Let's hear what happens when you are stressed and you go toward five. They go to five. Which is the perfect place for them. They pullback and reassessed and reevaluate and rethink their place in things. But you know there's two ways to pull back so it's either you know i'm gonna take a little break and we'll regroup tomorrow. I'd like some time to think or it's the attitude of i'm taking my marbles and go home. I'm done. I'm done with you and i'm going home right. And either way. They end up Looking at their role in things looking at the bigger picture and finding room for other people if they know to do that sometimes we expect people to have gone. Oh i should do this when it would never occur to them. So here's an example. If you're trying to move the project forward it will occur to them to go around the room to the leadership team and say what do you think we should do. And now what do you think we should do. And what are using we should do. They already have a plan. They know it will work. They know it'll be more efficient faster and probably better And so they have to be taught the value of giving up valuable time to hear people out for the sake of hearing the mount. Even if you don't end up going with what they suggest and this move to five makes that yeah. I love my numbers. I really do.

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"eight g" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"eight g" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"These both help you. They help you at different times. So let's listen to wear a sco insecurity. It's a very interesting response. Because when aids feel secure they go to really and that means that for a moment in time they trust that who whoever there with that. They're secure enough to go to. They trust that that person's not going to betray them and that they're in a territory where they can say. I need i want i feel. I hope i'm sad. It doesn't last long. Generally it's too hard for eight to trust other people and Yet h. are very tender because of what they get from the time that they're in two they just don't show it to you so the fact that we don't see it in eight we assume that it isn't they are and that's not an accurate assumption. Wow you know that. I'm married to a pastor. I've been teaching sunday school since before. Time again and when. I'm teaching us sunday school class and i tell a poignant story or something. That's tragic that we might try to address or be around It's generally the male eights in the room that are that are tearing up Are that are the first to come to me. After sunday. School to say what. What do you want me to do. Wow it's just that our world doesn't invite that kind of vulnerability from men and women in leadership positions sadly and eights fill those positions a lot. Yeah so i think they're the most misunderstood number. The mass misunderstood number on many graham. You'd better preach.

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"eight g" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"eight g" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

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"eight g" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"eight g" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"With ali and matt matt. What one of the questions. That i gave you all questions to prep with showed up with your the little holder but i would love to know. There's two questions. Nothing is worse to me than i feel. Nothing is better to me. When i feel well you answer those. I would love us. I hate when. I don't feel like i'm getting the whole truth from people friends staff whatever it is. It makes me really uncomfortable. When i don't feel like i have all the information. And so they're a think when things become a little more gray and nuanced. It's complicated me. I prefer things to be kinda. Yes no right wrong. And what's what stinks is. That's not how the world is not what the structure of reality is like but that's my preference and so it. It causes me some stress anxiety. When i just don't feel like i'm getting all of somebody like if you're holding back like i don't know that i can really be in a functional relationship with you right so just to be all of who you are in this moment. Let me know the whole truth. The full truth. What's going on. And then i can calculator response and we can work together. I mean that's the problem is. I can't give you a good response. I can't make this decision quick. I don't know everything so just tell me everything that we can decide. Who was the other question. Nothing is better to you when you feel what it i mean. I say sometimes like the open on the highway with no one in front of me. When i can set my own pace my own agenda and go the speed and the distance One of the complicated things about being an eight leader is the statement that if you wanna go fast go alone if you wanna go far go with people like that should be tattooed on my body somewhere. Because i'll i'll go fast are really will But that's not how organizations work. That's not how relationships work. That's not how family structures work and so My preference like what feels wide open is just a lane to run as fast as far as i want to go however i think the gospel and reality compel me to live differently and as to slow down and bring people with me on that journey. That's good alley. what about you. Nothing is worse than when you fill. Nothing's better than when you feel what it's so crazy. 'cause for me truth and honesty is a big one to like the whole truth and i read in heartbeat. Someone's not giving one hundred percent. And i'm already been done with the conversation because it's not worth it for me because then i it's just a waste of more time in my. Yes and nothing's better to you feel what probably understood or heard. Yeah why. I don't know i don't know that could be like i went back to the childhood thing like feeling like i constantly having to prove but that could also be a female eight compared to male to. Should you know no one ever takes you a serious as you want to be taken Quick quick example. We don't even have to use this. But when i was doing the dry house i would go out. And all these male Real estate agents. The ones showing me around. They would either do one of two things. They would either question. Do i think that it's that business was going to be a fad and it was going to fall away in two years. Which why would. I put that much money. And that was the case. I and or they would look at my mom thinking that my parents had given me the money and it really frustrated me so i went back and i was like okay. I have to take this to a man's perspective and i did a whole forbes marketing and then i had to like hand this to them and i'd be like we'll meet tomorrow. I want you to read this. Like laminated everything. We'll talk tomorrow after you read. This and that was really frustrating. Because it's like they just didn't take you serious. Yeah get that matt do you. Have there been times where you haven't been taken seriously seriously is not the word i'd put on it but misunderstood for sure and kind of goes back to the instinct and intuition like i don't love to sell stuff because i just have a really high kit factor like you can say something. I understand it the first time i unequivocal what you just said like. I know so when after like slow down and explain the features and benefits of something to somebody like no hate. This is good. Do you like it yesterday. Get outta here. you know. So it's misunderstood is probably a more appropriate qualifier than than the other. What do the people you trust that tiny group including yourself. What did the people you trust know about how to love you that the rest of us don't compliment from a one of those people recently. I complimented frequently on how much you know mike okay. Great thanks but this person said. Hey i love how much you care like. Yeah it's like you have. Of course we care. That's just not what we get asked into situations for our care factor. We could ask them to the situation. Because we dissect the problem really fast. Come up with a solution. That's gonna work pretty good but most people misunderstand that the reason i'm putting my effort and my best ideas and best execution behind this is because my care factors.

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"eight g" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"eight g" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"Go and let's tell us everything. I think that may be it to. Hey maybe and i liked it. I wanted to hear when he said intense age. I was like. I wonder what i'm perceived as. Oh that's interesting okay. So speaking of road back to you. Suzanne all described aides to us. So i want you oughta hear how suzanne who co-wrote described aids aids are the most aggressive number on the anti graham and they have the most energy of all numbers on the anti graham and so that puts them in a position to be Leaders by default eight find themselves leadership positions that they didn't necessarily seek because they have all the qualities for being in charge and they like to lead and they like to have people willing to line up behind them there is a misunderstanding that a Want to be in charge of you. That is not true. What is true is that don't want you to be in charge of them. And that's very subtle difference but it changes everything in terms of how we understand eights on the program and even in the west and certainly in other parts of the world. There is a different Acceptance for male eights than for female aids. There's a lot of space for male eight to pop up and say i have the answer and you just get in. Follow me and we'll get this done and they're smart and quick and they solve problems before they happen and it's all good in a man but you put those same qualities in a female and literally. Our oldest daughter is forty two now and she's eight but sh she was called for all of middle school and high school and beyond and still is sometimes and now my daughters who are both in education. Tell me that that label comes much younger for little girls. Oh wow and it's because we still live in a way that we appreciate Strength and men that isn't softened and we don't appreciate the same thing and women eight think fast. They are pressed which means that they generally do live with thinking and doing and doing and thinking. they're not Not giving a lot of consideration to feelings there's or anybody else's because that's messy and they have a job to do and they are creative. Eights don't generally make friends with people they work with. They have a very small group of friends. Actually and we'll tell you when i say h will only really trust ten people in a lifetime. Most eight say to me. It's not ten maybe eight. Wow i only have six. Why that's what they'll say so They are isolated in many ways and sadly we really Love for them to be eight except when we don't and when they try to step back and live in to being less up front then as soon as thing goes wrong we invite them back to the front and we asked them to do the very things that we asked them to stop..

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"eight g" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"eight g" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"By we. Y'all just introduce yourselves. We'll start with you okay. And what we're doing just first names guy who you are where you're from your age if you want to your status of marriage and kids if you want to and what you do. My name is ali and moved to national from new jersey about eight years ago. And i'm a hairdresser. And i own a salon called the dry house in. Green greenhills for the last eight years. And i just got engaged. Yeah thank you awesome. He great he said. I said i just like him so much. he's best he's great good. Okay matt I have a couple of jobs my primary job is. I'm the executive director of a church. Here in nashville called crosspoint church My wife and i have several real estate investments. We've been doing that on the side for about seven years and it's been like a ton of fun to kind of grow like the entrepreneurial spirit in me. Yeah we've got two wonderful kids Audrey laying they're eight and eleven and man. No one ever told me how challenge parenting would be but man. We're in it. Wife ashley works for the company to a company woman. Yeah we're excited to be here thanks. Everyone knows actually here. I love him with eight. So this is very fun. We all kind of start. I don't care who goes first but we all kind of talk about your any graham journey and when you thought it was like something you'd even care about because i know y'all don't everybody don't feel the same about the meager and how you knew number you identified with the most i feel like for me. I really liked to know about myself. So if there's going to be something that's gonna characterize me with other people that i'll be able to understand better reasons why i do. Things are the way think that so. That was exciting for me a couple years ago when everyone i mean i feel like it took the the country by storm. Like you couldn't go anywhere without everyone being like what's your number. What's your weighing. And i was like. I have no idea what's going on but i ended up get receiving a book From kelley haywood. Yeah and it's called the road back to you yet. That's exactly right. And when i read the eight the one thing that identified the most with. Was that story about the little girl who didn't think she needed to take a nap. And she'd rather greed tests and at four years old. She asked to have a meeting with her principal. And like that was definitely something that i would have done. Yeah that's exactly. I was like. Wow that's crazy. Other people are just as crazy as i dug into it just feeling true almost embarrassingly true shame like oh no people are going to know that this ideal you know but it was awesome. Yeah and i've been really happy ever since knowing that kind of stuff. Yeah good yeah. I think self-discovery is important. I think any leader needs to know their motivations and their concerns and all that stuff. And i think actually started doing the work early and she brought me a book and to take this test and the numbers like no. This test is stupid. I was actually on a fishing trip to montana. And one of the leaders. There is kind of like a highfalutin leader. he's like and i just. I just did this self work and is the first time ever knew that could be who i was but there was a healthier version of it. I didn't change my personality. There was a healthier version of that. And this is tool called instagram. And so it was kind of the combination of ashley's work. She was doing the tests. Made me look at in this conversation with us. Leaders like okay. I'll look at it. And then the first book. I think i read was also a road back to you and i don't mind being just a touch vulnerable in this when i read that eight after like. Oh that's emotional like this. This connects us deep else. Really like you know made your heart beat fast and that was like oh crap and it's not like i'm so happy emotional. Okay even the childhood for me was really interesting like having like i think one part talks about having to grow up so much quicker because no one really believed you when you were talking. You know people just identified. I think for me anyway. I don't know about you like like that. We were kids. They didn't hear us as we have a strong opinion. And it's actually important. So i felt like the better half of my childhood. I spent like screaming and repeating myself. Because i really wanted people to listen and hear me and understand. It was coming from and you know. It's that was wild. For made that childhood bart and you're both entrepreneurs yes do you think that's a a natural eight. Do you know a lot of a-tour and leadership. Yeah i think it works out that way not all the time of. I think there's some tendencies and motivations that help thing for me. I think when you're a hairdresser you kind of are your own business to begin with But i never expected myself to own a business. It wasn't i didn't feel like it was supernatural. Now i have. Yeah i just didn't feel like it was supernatural for me. I'm not like a great boss. I don't really like to have to tell people what to do. I just want them to know how to do it. Talk about that later. I have a theory on that way. You had i struggle with this as well like because of what i think is just instinct and intuition and that's actually a superpower. I assume everybody else has those instincts and intuitions after. Explain this to us. You don't naturally know that this is how this works okay. Let me stop and explain to you. How i knew this before i ever read it or discovered it instinctively kind of know things and it's weird that other people don't know those same things i agree and that's been the hardest thing about being a boss because then i start super young being a boss kinda was as i got older so in the last eight years i'd say like the growth with the grim definitely helping me an understanding that like hey we make up to two percent of the population or forget what the number is like. Everybody else thinks a little bit differently. So maybe it's me that needs to like readjust trying to make the you know the eighty nine or ninety percent. See my side. Maybe i need to start seeing their side just a little bit more and also you know it's it's difficult because i love the way the road back to you talks about it. It's like the personality. Whatever type it is is a cast over a wound right and so i've been thinking about that. And layers of intensity is like maybe the deeper the wound the bigger the cast and also the timing of the wound and how that affects how intense. Maybe any graham number might manifest itself. So actually don't really consider myself a super intense eight. I know those people. And they're freaking awesome. I love him. But i feel like i'm dialed back. Eight and it probably like to do with timing of those wounds and maybe Maybe death of those wounds. I think just made that up though now. I don't think either of y'all. I think you both have intense times. But i wouldn't put either of y'all like but you are alley in my life. You are more direct than matt is okay. Do you think that could be female male. I think i think because you and i connect so much on being leaders of companies and our friendship from the start has been. We both know that we're all in here. We go and let's tell us everything. I think that may be it to. Hey maybe and i liked it. I wanted to hear when he said intense age. I was like. I wonder what i'm perceived as. Oh.

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"eight g" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"eight g" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"Want to miss it. Well it's one of my favorite times a year here at that sounds fun. We're in a special series called summer. Twenty twenty one the ideogram personality typing system and a tool. We love around here because of how it helps us know ourselves better and love our people better. It's just a tool one of many. That can help with personal growth but when we find really interesting and helpful so if you haven't listened to any a summer before we're going to spend the next few weeks hearing from a male and a female who identify as each type. These are my friends or friends of friends who are just normal people who have found the integral helpful for understanding themselves better. of course they don't represent everything about their number. They represent every person who identifies as their number. But i think they all will do a beautiful job telling us about themselves and giving us an invitation into their lives. This is our third summer talking about the grand. But we're doing something a little different during the summer. Twenty twenty one or focusing in on where each type goes and stress and where they go in security. We did an intro episode with my friend. Hailey watkins susan ideogram coach on monday. So if you missed that be sure to go back and listen because haley provided such a great overview and some really helpful and important insights for us about stress and security today on the show. We have our any agreem- eight also known as the challengers protectors. I'm gonna let them introduce themselves. And then we're going to hear some thoughts about eight from one of our favourite ideogram experts. Suzanne and after that matt an alley will give us their responses.

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"eight g" Discussed on The Making of a Dental Startup

The Making of a Dental Startup

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"eight g" Discussed on The Making of a Dental Startup

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