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Fresh update on "evan" discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK

THE EMBC NETWORK

00:38 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "evan" discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK

"Those intermediate metabolites, and that's really important. And I'm assuming all natural sources, none of the light stuff. So I mean, it's natural. So the supplementation is really using some natural supplements or yeah, it's a functional medicine brand that I use in its third party test. I don't know that stuff. Believe it or not, it's not like when you say all natural, I would say technically the vitamins are synthetic in the sense that we're using certain dosages and ratios. They have certain vitamins that come from nature or they come from like their whole food based vitamin. So it isn't that. Believe it or not. But there's some method to the madness of why we're using synthetic, right? I would say vitamins. Yeah. All good. Yeah. That's a good question. I know we're just at the top of the hour here. And so my question to you now is really the ultimate question. How can people reach out to you and get you to work with you and do you do this like worldwide access on Zoom and type of this kind of remote discussions or they have to physically see you somewhere or both? Yeah, great question. So I'm actually based in Idaho right now, but all my coaching is done virtually, which is great so I can reach as many people. You know, I had a client who saw me on a podcast and Dubai. I mean, how cool is that, man, that I get to connect with people from all around the world. So it's all virtual right now and it works, and that's great. The best way, there's a couple of ways to connect with me. One is the website Joel Evan coaching dot com. You can go there, shoot me an email. I'm very active on Instagram at Joel living coaching. You can shoot me a DM as long as I don't get banned or thrown off the platform. That's where I'm going to be at. And then the third way you could do it is my podcast, the hacked life podcast. I've got a lot of, we were talking early on is like, hey, sometimes you don't have the money to invest. Well, go listen to that show. I interview I put out two expert interviews every week talking about health and natural health and alternative practices. Sometimes it's mindset, a guy I just put on today is talks about manifestation. I mean, so that talks about the mindset piece that we're talking about. So that is a free learning source. And then the last thing I'll say is I have a book that should be coming out. Either the end of February or 1st of March. And it's going to be holistic weight loss for busy professionals that don't want to count macros and they don't want to go to the gym 6 times a week. So hey, if you want to buy a $10 book or just listen to the podcast, that's another way where you can just get a lot of information for free or for ten bucks for the book. I don't know how much it's going to be. But yeah, otherwise, connect with me there. And I'm happy, and that's you can learn more about my coaching services and what I do. And I will have the actual link to your site on the screen to show so I will be all over the place where they can actually click there. And if they go to watershed, they'll see your picture, click on it.

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Randle has 36, 8 3s as Knicks stop Mitchell, Cavs 105-103

AP News Radio

00:17 sec | 3 d ago

Randle has 36, 8 3s as Knicks stop Mitchell, Cavs 105-103

"Randall hit 5 of his three pointers in the first quarter when he scored 17 points, then two more in the final minute of the third quarter to help the Knicks overcome an 8 point cavalier lead as New York snapped a four game losing streak. The Cavs had a chance to tire win the game on the final possession, but Donovan Mitchell and Evan mobley both missed shots in the lane.

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The latest in sports

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 6 d ago

The latest in sports

"AP sports I'm David Schuster to NFL playoff games contested Saturday in Kansas City, Patrick Mahomes played through an ankle injury throwing a pair of touchdown passes as the chiefs down Jacksonville 27 20, Kansas City coach Andy Reid crediting his defense. I thought from the DBs to the defensive line to the linebackers, I just, again, my head goes off to the guys for that. Meanwhile, in Philadelphia, the eagles overwhelmed the Giants 38 to 7 with our Michael luongo in attendance. The eagle jumped to a 14 nothing for his quarterly on touchdown passes by a jail and hurts won the Dallas Goddard. The other devonta Smith first picked up a 5 yard touchdown run with 43 seconds to go in the first half, Boston Scott had a three yard touchdown one, maybe for the second quarter for the birds who were advanced to the NSA championship game for the first time since 2017. Coming up later Sunday, it will be Cincinnati at buffalo and Dallas at San Francisco. Lots of NBA action Saturday, Boston made it 9 straight wins, one O 6 one O four over Toronto, grant Williams scoring 25 points off the bench. As a role player in this league, you have to be prepared for any of those opportunities and you have to step up when the opportunity arises. And I feel like I try my best to do that and tonight shops went down and just continue to be aggressive. Evan mobley was aggressive scoring a career high 38 points as Cleveland defeated Milwaukee one 14 one O two, mobley's coach JB bickerstaff certainly impressed. You know, it's not just a particular quarter, but it's when winning matters the most. And I think he's got that gene when winning Mars is the most to rise to another level. And Minnesota coach Chris Finch had a bird's eye view, watching Anthony Edwards score 44 points as the T wolves defeated Houston one 13 one O four. Yeah, I mean, he was locked in all day. We had talked yesterday about how important this game was for us. And how he needed to set the tone. He certainly did that. He was special today. College hoops, TCU crushed number two Kansas, 83 60. I'm David Shuster, AP sports.

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Mobley scores career-high 38, powers Cavs over Bucks 114-102

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 6 d ago

Mobley scores career-high 38, powers Cavs over Bucks 114-102

"Evan mobley and Darius Garland combined for 59 points in the Cavaliers one 14 one O two win over the bucks. Mobley made sure the calf shook our Friday's home loss to the warriors by scoring a career high 38 points on 19 of 27 shooting. Sas were just falling tonight and I just kept it going throughout the whole night and it was just one of those days. Garland added 21 points in Tennessee while the Cavaliers played a third straight game with that Donovan Mitchell. Drew holiday scored 28 points and Bobby portis junior added 23 for the bucks. Who were without Yanis and tend to Cooper for a 5th straight game. I'm Dave ferry.

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Brighton draws with Leicester

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 6 d ago

Brighton draws with Leicester

"A late goal allowed Brighton to earn a two all tie with Lester and move to 6 than the EPL table. Back up Evan Ferguson scored on a header with two minutes to play, leaving the seagulls two points behind 5th place Tottenham. Opened the scoring, but lest her tied it on Mark albright in school in the first half, and went ahead when Harvey Barnes tallied in the 63rd minute. The seagulls controlled most of the game, however, and moved to three one and one in their last 5 games. The tie puts Lester one point clear of relegation. I'm Dave ferry.

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No, that Golden Globes pianist was not playing over the speeches

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

No, that Golden Globes pianist was not playing over the speeches

"Men's and the Abbott elementary were among the winners at last night's Golden Globe Awards. With the latest, given the controversy the Hollywood foreign press association has dealt with in terms of racism and ethical lapses, Golden Globe host jerod Carmichael did not waste time addressing it. I'll tell you why I'm here. I'm here because I'm black. Audio courtesy of the HFPA and DCP. Acting awards went to Austin butler, Michelle Yeoh, Quinta Brunson, Evan Peters, and Angela Bassett, who acknowledged continuing the Black Panther franchise was tough after the death of Chadwick Boseman. Weeping may come in the evening,

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Garland, Mitchell lead Cavs past banged-up Suns 112-98

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Garland, Mitchell lead Cavs past banged-up Suns 112-98

"Darius Garland and Donovan Mitchell scored 22 points apiece in the Cavaliers fourth win in 5 games. One 1298 at Phoenix, Cleveland led just 80, 79, heading into the fourth quarter before Garland hit a three pointer and Evan mobley sank a jumper, sparking a 17 two run. All 5 calf starters scored in double figures with Karis levert adding 13 off the bench. The sons have dropped 6 straight and 9 of ten to fall under 500 for the first time this season. And it failed to top 100 points for the fourth consecutive game. Dwayne Washington led the sons with 25 points off the bench. I'm Dave ferry.

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"evan" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

07:31 min | 3 weeks ago

"evan" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"Who is a buddy of mine. I'd say relatively recent Friends, we met in a support group and you were sharing the other night about group therapy and I was like, holy fuck, I've been doing this podcast for 11 years and we've never talked at least that I can recall about group therapy, but there's a lot of other stuff that I want to talk to you about. First of all, welcome. You're how old? I am 30. Evan is also a ultra marathon runner. You do some crazy shit. Have you done bad water? No, no, so that's 200 plus no, a 140. I haven't gotten to this I've gone to 70. Let's have a follow-up in two years. Daddy raised a quitter. I think that's all we need to know. Let's wrap this up. You've been coming to our support group for how many years, four and a half, four and a half. It'll be 5 in March. And that's incredible. I mean. And it's been so cool. Watching you grow and shed your old ideas. Thank you. I mean, it's a slow progression in the mirror. But then periodically, you'll have a share or hear somebody else share and you'll pull something from that. And yeah, I mean, those meetings essentially articulate how I feel when other people share until I am able to articulate it myself. Yeah. That's a really interesting thing about recovery, therapy, whatever it is, is you begin to get a language to express what was on expressible what was just previously a feeling, often a suffocating feeling of something that you couldn't put into words. Yeah. Well, for me, it was this incredible numbness and glimpses of feeling, but having not felt, I mean, the first year of my sobriety in the first year of therapy was a lot of, what is anger? What is sadness? And I would describe to my therapist how I felt by creating an example of this is how someone would feel in this circumstance. And she would have to calm me down and say, okay, and she'd pull out. She has this laminate emoji diagram that shows all the different sad, happy, angry resentful guilt, and she would just point out, say, like, pick. And that was, yeah. Did that help? It did help. And it's interesting because it also, besides opening up my vocabulary and my understanding to articulate how I was feeling, it also surfaced the feelings of frustration in myself and feeling like I can't do this or how silly I can't even tell you how I'm feeling right now. And then, of course, there's more deep, so much there. The box has got it all departmentalized. The onion continues to be peeled in every way. When do you think you started feeling numb or do you think you don't remember a time when you weren't? I do. I mean, really, it's interesting. So when I was a young kid, I was raised in a loving family, middle class, and loving parents had a younger sister. And my younger sister was, you know, she was perfect. In all ways, she got good grades in elementary school. It was really good and the things that she was into doing and it's interesting because I was raised going to a private Christian school and going to church and things like that. Any particular denomination? No, no, just standard Christianity. And so we went to church on Sundays and things like that. And yeah, I guess I just, from as early as I can remember, the typical not feeling comfortable in my own skin. And feeling like perhaps in my sister's shadow because she was seemingly good at everything and everybody gave her high praise and when I would do something, it always felt like I broke something whenever I touched it or I was being coached or criticized in how you're not doing it right or something like that or I remember I think my first grade teacher telling my parents something to the effect of he has a lot of potential, but and then going into whatever it was. And what was the butt? I mean, I don't know. I wasn't interested in sports. You know, I had weird interests. I was into GI joes and airplanes and watching the history channel when I was in first grade. And everybody else wants to play kickball and things like that. So there was kind of already this really small niche of the two or three friends that I had at that age and feeling kind of like in this already small environment at a private Christian school. There was just something different about me, something I just felt othered in a lot of ways. And my parents super supportive, right? Always looking back, I appreciate the fact that they pushed me into tri sports. And then the next season, if I don't want to do it again, it's like, okay, great. You tried it. Let's try something else. But, you know, there was just this unknown feeling of me just being me. It's not enough. And if you wanted to try something where they supportive of that. Yeah. When I was maybe, I'm not ten years old, perhaps? Was when I started to get into maybe wanting to increase my positioning and the social hierarchy at school and suddenly you're into girls and things like that. And I got into music and playing guitar. And for the first time, I found like I was good at something. And I remember I did like 6 months, maybe a year of lessons, and then after that, it was all self taught. But I got really into it. And for the first time, I was starting to get praise and people saying, hey, you're really good at this. And I mean, that was really amazing. Do you feel like that was your first sense of self? Yes, 100%. Do you still play? I do, yeah. Yeah, not as much as I used to, but I still jam. And it's amazing to get into it later in life now because I see it in such a different, more artistic way. Whereas then, it was like a tool. It was a tool to gain praise and acceptance. But it was interesting because for the first time receiving that feeling of, you know, people introducing me as like, hey, this is my friend Evan. He shreds on the guitar. That was really amazing. But there was also this impostor syndrome that went with it. It was this very, you know, it could go away at any moment, sees this while we can, and also too, there was this desperation of keep the ball rolling in whatever this direction was. And that direction ended up leading me into meeting some older friends who were, I think, like three years older than me.

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Evan Mobley hits late jumper, Cavaliers beat Suns 90-88

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 weeks ago

Evan Mobley hits late jumper, Cavaliers beat Suns 90-88

"Evan mobley's 14 footer with four seconds left made the difference as the Cavaliers beat the sun's 90 to 88. Cleveland coach JB bickerstaff was happy to see his defense come through. Even our offense obviously was struggling. We didn't give into that. We gave ourselves a chance because we continued to compete on the defensive end of the floor. And that's what you have to do. The sun's had a chance to tie the game at the buzzer, but Mikhail bridges couldn't get a mid range jumper to fall. Phoenix has lost 7 of 8. I'm Bruce Morton

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The House Speaker Apocalypse

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:58 min | 3 weeks ago

The House Speaker Apocalypse

"House of Representatives is about to go into recess and the votes they are going one by one by one. So there have been 5 Republicans that have said they are not going to support Kevin McCarthy. And so Kevin has a couple options. I based on all of your emails and our audience, you guys have a very negative view of Kevin McCarthy. And I generally understand the skepticism, the apprehension, and the cynicism towards all Republican leadership. I've told you guys before. Kevin was very sweet to our turning point USA leaders a couple of years ago and he was actually he's always been very honest. I mean, I don't think he's a movement conservative, but he's also not Paul Ryan. I don't think that's fair. But here's a legitimate thing. Now, Kevin McCarthy has an option. Kevin can keep on negotiating with the house freedom caucus. Kevin can try to go to Democrats to get votes or there could be other people that are going to be proposed for Speaker of the House. There can be Jim Jordan. There can be Justin amash. There can be Evan kinzinger. There can be Liz Cheney. And you might say, oh, well, what Republicans will vote for those people? All you need is a few. Democrats would consider it a massive accomplishment right now to be able to block all investigations into mayorkas into Biden by getting a uni party type speaker. And so Democrats right now, they know they're not going to be able to take back the house. That's what I'm saying. People say, Charlie, Democrats are going to take over the house. That's not what I've said. I say Republicans could lose it. That's a completely different thing. So Democrats right now, because Democrats understand power and Republicans were still learning. We got a lot of Machiavelli still to read. Democrats will enthusiastically go for a compromise candidate, all of them, basically, if they could pick off 5 Republicans. That would mean no oversight of any agencies. That would mean no oversight of Google, no oversight of Twitter, no oversight of the FBI, none of it. And

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Arsenal stretches EPL lead with 4-2 win at Brighton

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

Arsenal stretches EPL lead with 4-2 win at Brighton

"Arsenal is stretched its Premier League lead to 7 points by defeating Brighton four two. Arsenal led three nil by the 47th minute thanks to goals by bacay Osaka, Martin odegaard and Eddie and kenja. Sokka scored just over a minute in. Gabrielle Martinelli sprinted half the pitch to score the clincher in the 71st minute. Brighton back up Evan Ferguson capped the scoring in the 77th minute with his first Premier League goal. The Gunners have won their last 5 league games. Brighton sits 8th on the table with 24 points. I'm Dave fairy.

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Lawrence, Jaguars continue playoff push, outclass Jets 19-3

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Lawrence, Jaguars continue playoff push, outclass Jets 19-3

"The Jaguars kept their playoff hopes alive with their 7th victory upending the New York Jets in a rainy game at the Meadowlands by the final score of 19 to three. Jack's quarterback Trevor Lawrence drew for 229 yards and rushed for 51, scoring the loan Jack's real touchdown on the night. Jack's office propelled by receiver Evan anchor who had 7 grams for a 113 yards. A coach got us ready, coach kept, you know, challenging us. Kept working. And we all responded defenses, defense was playing lights out. Jets fans spent the first two and a half quarters booing their team, especially Zach Wilson, who completed this 9 passes. Those boos turned to cheers as former practice squad member Chris dreyer relieved Wilson in the third. For the jets it was their third straight loss, falling to a record of 78. Mike Moyer, east Rutherford, New Jersey

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A look at the top Sports stories

AP News Radio

01:59 min | Last month

A look at the top Sports stories

"Hate these sports I'm David Schuster Thursday Night Football saw the Jacksonville Jaguars defeat the New York Jets 19 three, Mike Moriarty has more. Jack's quarterback Trevor Lawrence knew for 229 yards and rushed for 51 scoring the loan Jacksonville touched out on the night. Jags office propelled by receiver Evan anchor who had 7 grams for a 113 yards. Jets fans spent the first two and a half quarters booing their team, especially Zach Wilson, who completed this 9 passes. Those boos turned to cheers as former practice squad member Chris dreyer relieved Wilson in the third. For the jets it was their third straight loss, falling to a record of 78. Other NFL news Gardner minshew starts at quarterback for Philadelphia Saturday against Dallas and Tyler Huntley starts a QB for Baltimore against Atlanta. One college game on Thursday, it was air force doubling up Baylor 30 to 15 in the armed forces bowl, bob Stephens with more. Air force limited Baylor at a 236 total yards, just 48 yards rushing, the falcon scored 21 consecutive points in the second half to put the game away. Air force quarterback physique Daniels accounted for two touchdowns, one passing one rushing, running back Brad Roberts scored two short touchdown runs for the falcons while Blake shapen through a pair of touchdown passes for Baylor, NBA, New Orleans got 40 points from CJ McCollum one 26 one 17 over San Antonio and Utah one 21 12 over Washington, NHL Barclay goodrow with a goal and two assists as the New York rangers made it 8 wins in 9 games, beating the islanders 5 to three. Over the last three, four weeks our game is transformed into the way we kind of envisioned it to start the year. I think we're playing way more consistent. Like you said, finding ways to win. And Jordan stahl had a goal as Carolina wanted 7th in a row four three over Pittsburgh. The depth and his team for sure is really shine through. I think a lot of guys have really stepped up and played some great hockey and bigger men in some bigger roles. And yeah, we kind of just been staying with it and trusting our game. Baseball news and arbitrator has reduced the suspension of Trevor Bauer, meaning he can be reinstated. I'm David Shuster, AP sports.

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Lawrence throws 3 TDs, Jags end skid in beating Titans 36-22

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last month

Lawrence throws 3 TDs, Jags end skid in beating Titans 36-22

"The Jacksonville Jaguars beat the division leading Tennessee Titans 36 to 22, Jags quarterback Trevor Lawrence was an impressive 30 of 42 for 368 yards through the air. Tight end Evan Ingram also had a day hauling in 11 balls and logging a 162 yards and two scores. Ingram says the Jags talked this week about what was needed to get back into the playoff hunt. Where we are in our season and what we kind of have to do this last stretch of games. This one was big. We had a great week of practice. We had fun at practice. And we just trusted our process. And we put our process to the test today. Jacksonville improves to 5 and 8, closing the gap on the AFC south by a game. Jeremy kick over Nashville.

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LeVert scores 22 points, Cavaliers beat Thunder 110-102

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

LeVert scores 22 points, Cavaliers beat Thunder 110-102

"Three Cavaliers scored at least 21 points in a one ten one O two verdict over the thunder. Caris levert finished with 22 points and Evan mobley added 21 with 12 rebounds, helping Cleveland improve to a league best 12 Intuit home. Jared Allen chipped in 21 points and 11 boards for the calves, who played a second straight game without Donovan Mitchell because of a sore right leg. The Cavaliers wasted a 17 point third quarter lead before mobley's tie breaking three pointer triggered a 15 four run. Shea Gil just Alexander was the top scorer for Oklahoma City with 23 points. I'm Dave ferry.

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Caris LeVert scores 22 points, Cavaliers rout 76ers 113-85

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Caris LeVert scores 22 points, Cavaliers rout 76ers 113-85

"The cavalier zone in NBA best 9 in one home record following a one 1385 blowout against the 76ers. Karis levert scored a team high 22 points off the bench. My teammates made it. Extremely easy on me as well. Got me some easy ones and transition that got me going. But I think just overall it was a great team effort on both sides of the ball. Darius Garland had 21 points and 9 assists, Evan mobley scored 16 first half points in the Cavs first win in their last 6 meetings with the sixers. Joel embiid was high man for the 76ers with 19.6 rebounds and 6 assists. I'm Dave ferry.

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Oilers score 4 times in third period to defeat Rangers

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Oilers score 4 times in third period to defeat Rangers

"The Edmonton oil is wiped out a three to nothing deficit with four unanswered third period goals to beat the rangers four to three. Leon draisaitl on the power play scored the game winner with two O two remaining. We got to start winning some games consistently and do it the right way. So I thought that third period that we had was a great step. Dylan Holloway's first NHL goal tied it to three, Evan Bouchard scored Edmonton's first two goals in the four goal third period against rangers goalie Igor sherkin. Chris kreider did score his tenth for the rangers. Mike mancuso, New York

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Garland scores 25, Cavaliers blast Heat 113-87

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Garland scores 25, Cavaliers blast Heat 113-87

"Darius Garland and chetty Osman led the Cavaliers to one of their best games since a 5 game skid a one 1387 ride of the heat Garland provided 25 points and Osman added 20 for the calves who went on a 21 two tear in the second quarter to open a 19 point advantage Evan mobley had 15 points and ten rebounds for Cleveland which outscored Miami 67 37 over the second and third quarters The heat have dropped their last 6 road games Bam adebayo scored 21 to lead Miami after sitting out the previous two games with a bruised left knee I'm Dave ferry

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Lehkonen's OT goal lifts Avalanche past Hurricanes 3-2

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Lehkonen's OT goal lifts Avalanche past Hurricanes 3-2

"The avalanche pulled out a three two win over the hurricanes on a goal by arturi lechon in one 55 into overtime The abs wasted a pair of leads and one despite being outshot 48 15 Pavel Franco kept Colorado in the game with 46 saves Evan Rodriguez and Alex newhook also scored in the abs 5th victory in 6 games Martinez tied the game midway through the third period and assisted on Sebastian aho's goal but Carolina fell for the fourth time in 6 games The gains were zero for four on the power play I'm Dave fairy

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Chebet and Lokedi of Kenya win NYC Marathon races in debuts

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Chebet and Lokedi of Kenya win NYC Marathon races in debuts

"Evan chabet won the men's race in two hours 8 minutes and 41 seconds There was a scary moment when race leader Daniel Dana silento collapsed 21 miles in race officials say he's okay Chabet ran past him on the ground and said through a translator he felt bad for him but had to continue to race Temperatures in the 70s made it one of the hottest in November race history Sharon Loki won the women's division in her marathon debut 50,000 runners took to the streets for the 26.2 mile New York City marathon back to full capacity following the pandemic Julie Walker New York

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"evan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:20 min | 3 months ago

"evan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"It is beautiful. So wait, what do you guys do on the trip? Did you go cave diving? What did you do? No water skiing. Jet skiing. I'm going to crazy. I can't believe it. Yeah. Three days in the cabin and water skiing every day. And then coming back and talking and campfires and all that. You got to have campfires. He brought up something that really, as a dad, when I saw my sons that had gone through it, then be a part of the gathering of men for their younger brothers. Yes. And they're speaking as older brothers into their younger brothers lives. It was just so powerful. Evan ended up with a star named after him. That was one of the gifts he was given. Spears from the Maasai tribe. What's just different cool gifts that the men here's what's fascinating in the gathering of men at the end that culminates it when they make this declaration of their intention to be committed as men of integrity and all that. And the men come around and pray and bless and give gifts. The men are the ones crying more than the boys, right? I would say to each of them, this is my beloved son and whom I'm well pleased. It was my moment to make that statement over their lives. But the men are looking at this and saying, I didn't get this with my dad. And so I think there's a lot of energy actually out there with fathers. They want to do this. They don't know what to do. Right. This is where they get all of it. My brave quest dot com, they can download the whole package, and I just hand it to them and say, here's what I did with all my boys. You can do it too. I'm really in awe of the fact that you did this. On every level, and I'm thrilled, really, that you have finally made it public, so to speak, so that others can do it. Because it's so important. Anybody listening to this program understands this is really important stuff. You've done here. And I hope it will launch a movement because I think it's God's answer to part of the troubles we find ourselves in. And this is part of the way out. A big part of the way out. So I can tell you there's a lot of girls that are waiting for a man to have been pushed to say that's the kind of man every father wants his daughter to find..

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"evan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:44 min | 3 months ago

"evan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I am not afraid. And liquid stuff dean. And then when they come back, great stuff. We debrief and I say, why did I have you do that? Because you have to be willing to be strong in public and be a man of conviction, no matter what they think, and a man of conviction in private, no matter what anyone sees. And so these little lessons just reinforce the journey for them. I thought it was going to be tough stuff like I want you to go out there and find some roadkill and make a meal and we're all going to eat it. If anyone dies, you go back three steps. Okay, so because you're so good at this, you really are so gifted that you've created this. I mean, it feels like it wants to be a movement. Like you want people all across America to do this. But it's interesting because I could see you doing this for others besides your kids, your kids are older your boys. But it just feels like something that people would sign up for that. I mean, if I were a dad of a 11 year old, I'd be champing at the bit to say, well, I can't wait to do this. But it's almost like I'd want to do it with you or that you would train other people to do this. Because this is a lot for a dad to do. It's a big deal, really, in a sense. It's almost like where you want to get a bunch of dads together to do this for their collective for the collective sons. You're right on track. I do hope it becomes a movement. We're at the very beginning. We'll see where it goes. But that's why I've collected those resources. I put the schedules, the suggested activities, the I put it into a resource for fathers, the challenges, all the ideas that kind of packaged it in an easy way for fathers to replicate. And then I'm looking at experimenting in churches with groups of dads and their sons. There's a homeschool co ops. There's just a lot of opportunities. Definitely. Definitely homeschool co ops, church groups, because it is something that I think you're particularly obviously gifted and creating this kind of thing. But and you were saddled with these 7 boys. You had to do something. But most people, it just seems like a little bit challenging. Like, wow, I don't know if I could do this all myself. Obviously the book is designed to help. You can go to my brave quest dot com to check it out. We'll be right back with dean and Evan Briggs. Don't go away. If I could, maybe I do my own how can I when you walk dead from. My brave quest dot com. So Evan, are you just here as a prop? What's the story? You were involved in that you lived this. I did. I lived through it and I survived. And you survived. I survived. But it was such an amazing thing that you did this. And here you're in, I live in New York City doing stuff, whatever. But I mean, what do you say to young men there are, I know that there are 11 and 12 year olds who listen to this program. It's just kind of funny. I mean, it just seems if I were 11 or 12, I would just be dying to do this. I'd be like so psyched. Yeah, well, it was amazing because I got to watch a younger brothers go through an older brothers go through it. And especially I guess this more pleas to families that are larger. But when you see older brothers go through that and walk into their journey of manhood, you're so excited to be the next person and your family line that does that. So it was phenomenal for me to go through the journey. And like I kind of mentioned earlier, I was never a super open person. I was always more reserved. And I think that probably that applies to a lot of 11 and 12 year old and 13 year old boys out there. To be able to go through and walk through my own journey of manhood and know that it was mine and I didn't have to necessarily it just feels weird to express those emotions when you're that young. So I can go through this and I can face challenges and I can overcome them. One of the great things about the book is it's not just like yes or no questions. It's, hey, you in this chapter, you fail miserably. And so what are some things you fail at consistently in life and why? Why do you fail at those challenges? So it makes you not only walk through things you're good at, but it also makes you walk through things you're not good at it, like getting to the other side, spending the three days with dad and seeing all the effort that he puts into it for you and all your other brothers is phenomenal. There's a sense of overwhelming love from that. And you're like, wow, this really means a lot to him. That he is for me. It is really beautiful. I have to say the idea dean that you did this and have done this..

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"evan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:32 min | 3 months ago

"evan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"This offer will not last very long. They're known to sell quickly, so order now with promo code Eric at my pillow dot com promo code Eric at my pillow dot com. Welcome back, talking to dean Briggs the author of brave quest to boys interactive journey into manhood and a former boy, his son Evan now man. Who's been through this. Does this have an explicit faith element or is this for pretty much everybody? Because I know you're a man of faith. We are men of faith. We three. But is that something that would work for anyone? It is written to undergird courage, integrity, truth, certain of which are at a fashion in the modern church. Right. Ironically. So it would work for anyone, but it is especially meaningful to a believer. Yeah. Well, I love it. It's kind of funny because I can see, you know, it's like when promise keepers was a thing in the 90s or whatever. They're always these nattering nabobs of negativism to quote William sapphire. Who they get nervous by the idea of men being men. And I honestly, my response is to just ignore that. I think answering when somebody says, you know, you're a Christian nationalist or you're a toxic mask. I think the better part of wisdom with regard to that is to ignore it rather than to answer it. It's like, look, you don't understand, you're not going to get it. Just watch. And you can find out that Evan didn't turn into some toxic monster, but it's kind of funny that we have to deal with that today. And that's kind of why we're here because those voices have gained a lot of purchase in the culture. And they just don't get it. Let's be honest, they don't get it. Well, there seems to be a massive disconnect. It seems like everyone has forgotten that a strong bad man has no reservations about the use of his strength. And so it takes a strong good man to stop a strong bad man. And so you can focus on the toxic masculinity of a strong bad man, but we need to raise strong good men. No, look, to me, it goes without saying, and it's just ridiculous. And most people who live in what I like to call reality, they get that. But there are these voices against that. They're just so triggered by this. But I really, I feel that it needs to be said that often ignoring those critical voices is the best path forward because you can't answer a fool according to his folly. And I really do think that oftentimes Christians cast their pearls before swine. We're told Jesus tells us don't bother in many cases just ignore it, pray for them, but don't engage on that level because they really have these built in misconceptions. They're not prepared to let go of and they have to see the fruit, which may change their mind. So can I give you an example of how I just try to work this in organically. So we go from the book, the 50 days of preparation, and the total brave quest experience, then, is the book plus the time away with dad, plus the re gathering on their birthday and will come home from those three days away with dad roughing it, will come home and I will have prepared in advance. There will be ten guys waiting in the living room. We're going to have steak and potatoes. Ten tough ombre. Exactly. Yeah. Yeah, with the splatoon, all of that. There's a lot of gun play. Man, that's scary. I'm scared. I didn't go through this, so I'm not prepared for that. No, but we come back and all of them have a gift. I've asked them in advance. Give a costly gift to welcome my son and to manhood. And prepare something about why that gift is significant and symbolic for his journey. And the range of gifts was so meaningful. But along the way, not just the book, I prepare different challenges. We're talking about men need to be challenged. If they cross a line that supposedly a Rite of passage into manhood, but they haven't actually been challenged along the way. It doesn't feel like they've accomplished anything. So one of the first things we would do with all my kids on the first day out on the three day getaway, they've done the book. They've done the homework, but I prepared a series of challenges. You might remember this one. One of them would be, you know, we're getting gas at a gas station on the way out into the Woods or whatever. And I would say, with people all around, I wouldn't make it so public that it would be humiliating. But I would say I want you to climb on top of the car and I want you to shout out as loud as you can. I am not afraid. Right? So obviously they are. But they have to overcome that thing. And it's a real simple. I just call it the loud shout challenge. They have to stand up and they have to be willing to face the judgment, confusion, or false perceptions of those that think, what are they doing? Right. He's acting like a fool. Whatever it is. And then when they get down, I say, I want you to think about why I had you do that. I haven't think about it later in the day. I say now I want you to go to a quiet place in the Woods, and I want you to whisper so that no one can hear..

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"evan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:34 min | 3 months ago

"evan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"That. We're going to go to a break, but we're talking to dean Briggs and his son, Evan Briggs, and you can go to my brave quest dot com. In fact, I recommend that you go to my brave quest dot com just fantastic idea. We'll be right back. Do whisper in your before you die. It's hard to put a dollar in the town but baby shut me down with the overturn of roe V wade lots of companies are coming out saying they'll pay for employee abortion travel and expenses. Most of you have heard about some of these companies you've decided to stop shopping or doing business there, but did you know that you most likely own stock in those companies through your four-o-one-ks IRAs and other investment accounts. Folks, this is a huge problem and we need to do something about this to send a message to Wall Street through our investments. You need to go to inspire advisers dot com slash Eric and get a free inspire impact report. This biblical investment analysis will educate you on what's really in your investment accounts like companies paying for abortion travel. You need to go to inspire advisers dot com slash Eric to connect with an inspire adviser's financial professional who can run your report and help remove companies paying for abortion travel. Today, go to inspire advisers dot com slash Eric that's inspire advisers dot com slash Eric. Advisory services are offered through inspire advisers LLC, a registered investment adviser with the SEC..

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"evan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:16 min | 3 months ago

"evan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Com. That's the best place for people to find it. My brave quest dot com, yes. Okay, so talk us through this. Well, yeah, so you need a very hands on father, obviously. To do this. This is part of what's unique about this system. The book adds an anchor point for the experience of the sun. But I am if people go to my brave quest dot com and sign up, I'm going to give the fathers downloadable resources that walk them through everything they need to do. So it's a real how to build a catapult. What is in there? What? A trebuchet. I don't know what that is. What is a trebuchet? It's a more powerful catapult. Besides being a joke on this stupid program. But I encourage fathers, start early, like with all my kids at 8 years old, I said, when you turn 13, something special is going to happen. And I would remind them of that so that there's this building sense of anticipation. At 11, I give them a pocket knife at 12. We have the sex talk. And all along, I'm telling you, they're looking forward to this is coming. This is coming. Listen, that's a big part of this, actually. It's the anticipation it's wonderful. The sense that I'm going to become something. So then the book I do, I encourage 50 days before ideally the 13th birthday again, you can do it 12 through 16. I shared this with another man. He said, I want to do this as an adult. I want to do this retroactively and see how I would respond. But so then the 50 days is walking them through that. Meanwhile, the father is getting very practical tools on how to construct a three day getaway with their son. And that's at the end of this. Right. So this culminates in a three day getaway. Right. Two or three days, it can be expensive if you have the means. It can be very cheap if you don't. And I tried to do something unique with each. So Evan and I went jet skiing, another son and I went four wheeling and another son and I went dog sledding and another son and I went white water rafting. Don't hit the table because the audio engineers will hit me. You went dog sledding in Michigan. I was gonna say, I know you didn't do that in Kansas. Miserably cold, but it was all sledding. Yeah. So the point is, me and my son, we get away and we have these experiences. And along the way, I'm building in these micro experiences that are part of the challenge. Listen, men want to be challenged. Participation trophies don't work. But isn't that interesting how true that is? I mean, if you talk about why is Islam growing in prisons, young men want challenges. They don't want to say, it's all by faith, just believe. It's like, what do I have to do? To do this, do this, pray 5 times a day. We love it's a bizarre thing. But God made us to love being challenged and that's part of what courtship is about as well. And I want to win the love of someone. These ideas were once baked into the culture in various ways. And since they've evaporated, we have to recreate to put them back. And so brave quest does.

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"evan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:13 min | 3 months ago

"evan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Okay, so Evan, gosh, you went through this a long time ago. And obviously you're here. Because you approve of this crazy stuff because somehow you got something out of it. Well, yeah, and I love my crazy dad, so it's like a win win situation. No, the journey for me was fantastic because I as a person and typically not pretty open. I'm a lot more reserved. So I don't like talking about a lot of stuff openly, which I'm sure is also a problem for a lot of 12 year old boys. And it's like he said he relates it back to a fantasy realm in a fantasy world. So some of the questions in there are extraordinarily thought provoking. And it's not questions like, how do you feel about this right now? It's like, who is your favorite superhero? And why would you relate to them and why would you want to be a person? I love this. Okay, we'll be right back. We're talking to dean Briggs and Evan Briggs, the book is brave quest, a boys interactive journey into men who brave quest will be right back. You've heard and seen the raw uncut truth about the brave men and women, patriots that were wrongfully arrested on January 6th by the tyrannical Biden regime and corrupt DoJ, but with your support, Jake Lang and all the January sixers can find justice. Here is his message. Hello. My name is Jake Lang. I'm a January 6th political prisoner who has been held in solitary confinement for over 21 months by the Biden tyrannical regime. I'm not going to lie to you. The need is great to corrupt DoJ and wicked FBI have doubled down on hundreds of innocent J 6 patriots and pushed for harsh prison sentences of up to ten years. We are putting together a legal fund that can help out the January sixers and we need your support. Please go to Jay 6 legal dot org right now and give from your heart, whatever God tells you to. We need your support, the need is great and time to donate is now. Thank you, and God bless you. Make like a mister milk toast you'll get. Folks, welcome back. I'm talking to my friend dean Briggs, who has created this is such a great idea. Brave quest, the boys interactive journey into manhood. We're sitting here talking to dean. And his Guinea pig son, Evan, who went through this, gosh, you went through this 13 years ago. So tell us, I mean, by the way, people want to find it. The website is my brave quest dot com, my brave quest dot com. But what does this look like? What happens? Let me give you an example. And then you can speak to what might be impacted you. But we don't want to force you as a young man to express yourself. If you just want to chop wood or just, you know, spit or whittle or there's chainsaws or whatever you want to do to express yourself. It doesn't have to be verbal. I just want to be very clear. Go ahead. In the book, they're going to encounter a variety of characters and challenges. So, for example, a young man needs to learn to distinguish between close friends and false friends. So they're going to meet them in the book. And the false I skipped that one growing up. There's a place called adverse city, where they have to undergo the Taskmaster and hardship, and discover how they react to that and learn character through that. They encounter the valley of curves where there's this seductive person called miss Terry. And all of these things, right? This is what a boy has to learn. How do I frame my own life? Understand the challenges ahead of me that they don't actually, they don't know they're coming. So the book becomes like you can see on the book, my name's not on it. But if you open it up, the very first page, this is the journey of blank and manhood. They're going to sign their own name and they're going to be the author of the book. So that's what makes it interactive. Well, along the way, all every day for 50 days. It's just a two or three page reading, but it ends with an open ended question because they find themselves in peril in a challenge in a difficulty. They find themselves dreaming about their future, thinking about obstacles they've overcome, and they have to actually kind of that's the journal part of it. So it's in a fantasy world in a parabolic fashion, but it engages them in crafting their own life. Who do they want to be? I'm just amazed that you came up with this idea. It just sounds like an amazing idea. So you said it's 50 days leading up to one 13th birthday, ideally, doesn't need to be. That's the idea. It sounds to me like this would be fine to do at 14 or 15 or 16, honestly. I'm just fascinated by the whole concept. But so this is new. This just came out officially. I mean, you've been doing it in your family for all these years, but you've only recently shared this with the world, just released it this month. This month, my brave quest dot.

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"evan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:16 min | 3 months ago

"evan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Okay, so I have to ask you, speaking as a father of a daughter, I mean, I'm almost glad I didn't have a son because I'd feel really guilty for not having done something like this. Because it sounds so wonderful. So where did you come up with this idea? I mean, this is a tremendously creative enterprise. It's one thing for somebody listening to this program thinking, I'd like to do that. I'm going to order a copy of brave quest by dean Briggs. But there was no brave quest by dean Briggs. Got you to the point where you said I'm going to invent this and write this. I mean, it's an amazing thing that you did this. As a Christian, I have to believe that the lord was prompting me. The God. That's the easy, cheap theological answer. We all know the lord did it. And let me go out on a limb. The lord created you. So we know that. So there's really thousands of years of history in this idea. But. To set yourself up that I'm going to create this thing, that's amazing. Yeah. Well, thank you. I think having four boys of my own, and then I was widowed before I had turned 36. I had four boys under the age of 11. Evan is my second born biological son. And I remarried a young widow who had four children of her own, and she had three boys in one girl. So I found myself in the middle of my life with 7 sons. And I aspired to be an invested father, an emotionally connected father. And somewhat of a cultural observer. And I could just see the trends were not in favor of young men, finding their voice, finding their place and being called to actually become men. 50 years ago, the number, the statistic was that the majority of men were married by age 22, 50 years ago. That number is not the case anymore. And we have in our culture increasingly found ways to infantilize our young men and delay their maturation and so we have aged out boys that we call men. You have a 30 year old living in their parents basement, which sometimes isn't necessity. I get that, but you have a 30 year old, and by virtue of their age, we say they're a man, but they have an actually lived as a man for any smoking weed and playing video games all day is not your idea of manhood. Well, if they get enough badges and Call of Duty, I think that counts. No, listen, of course what you're saying is right and I have to joke because everybody knows this is true. And there's a lot of reasons I was talking with David berlinsky about this recently. What happened in the culture, roughly in the 60s, they kind of destroyed a lot of things that were there that were in place even in American cultural life. And that every culture, as you said, has felt the need. I mean, Jews have the bar mitzvah. Correct. But you're quite right. Native Americans Greeks. Everybody. It's kind of basic stuff..

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"evan" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

02:15 min | 4 months ago

"evan" Discussed on Longform Podcast

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"evan" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

05:08 min | 9 months ago

"evan" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Doo TV streaming show. I'm thinking about sending some people over here. It's interesting to me how these are different sort of invites. Oh, interesting. TV radio streaming and podcasting or each different environments. And the kind of conversation I have with somebody when there's a camera rolling is different than the kind of intimate thing that goes on in a podcast. Yeah, absolutely. I mean, it changes the nature of it. In fact, I was talking to somebody was trying to get me to do a pre interview today, and I was like, dude, that is the sure way to spoil a conversation. You know what I mean? People are so counter intruder that a podcast is about the conversation and hanging out and letting things flow, not pre interviewing. That's bad television, frankly. It's also just bad legacy Hollywood because when you are dealing with someone who has their own podcast, you never get that, but when you're dealing with a PR person, you get, can I get some sample questions? And it's like, I have a four email written out for your show specifically. That basically says, no, eff off. It's a conversation. Would you send that to me? I need to send it to this person that's trying to get me to do any pre interview. I'm like, this is a bad idea. We consider it. Okay, anyway, today my guest is Evan Haines. This is his first appearance here that we spoke to your wife. Ten years ago, we were just starting this podcast. He is the founder brains behind cofounder or a house recovery centers named best addiction treatment center in California by newsweek. He has in network treatment for co occurring disorders. And he's written a book with my buddy bob Forrest, can America recover, reimagining the drug problem, which I really want to kind of start with that book if you don't mind. You can find out more at oral recovery recovery dot com. Also follow Evan at Instagram on Instagram at its Evan Haines HAI and ES. And yeah, let's talk about the book first. That's what I want to talk about first. What do you guys telling people in that book? Well, good question. So, I mean, it's the continuation of a ten year dialog with bob, who you two? Yeah. Does he call you regularly? All the time express frustration. If he's driving somewhere. Yes, yes. Well, Joshua tree. Josh. Well, now he lives in Claremont, so he's always driving somewhere. He is. And these conversations began almost immediately. They've never been shorter than like an hour. And he woke me up. I mean, when we started, when he met us, we were trying to do this kind of high end thing in Malibu. We were concerned with thread counts. Oh, no, yeah. He just instantly made this fascinating by asking questions and kind of challenging I think a lot of the conventional thinking around addiction and addiction treatment. Do you know his in my background of course? So we had a program that was inpatient. It was like in a hospital. And we could do comprehensive services no matter how ill the patient no matter how profound their medical and psychiatric needs, we could treat somebody for a month for $3500. Amazing. In a hospital. Right. And so when I see all these $30,000 in the thread count, it's like, what the hell? Is that what they need? So he was reared on that. He was. And he also made our field. By the way, we were eventually kicked out of the hospital because it's a bad business. Not good business to give it on a cost effective basis. Yeah, and insurance companies now would almost rather pay to do it in a home setting like we do because it is less expensive. But he also made us feel better about it too in some ways because what I hadn't thought of is we were living in the house. We were there 24/7. A lot of those first clients who came through, we were a simple sober living at the time. They're doing great. They went on to become therapist. Started their own businesses. We were doing something right. We were doing something right, and it seemed to be this kind of connection, this community, and we had very few rules, which he gravitated toward. Oh, he liked that. He liked that at the time. I mean, we built, of course, rules over time and each rule I can peg to a specific individual in an incident. I can almost name it after a person, but he liked that we were kind of hands off. It's like when you're cooking fish, you just want to flip it one time and kind of less is more. And yeah, it just began this, of course, he's an intense social critic. So the book becomes a statement, less about addicted people as individuals and more about America. So it's so funny. And of course, it's funny, not ha ha, but funny. Somewhat ha ha, because he calls me and complains about it. Exactly. And so, and my background actually is in urban planning. That's where I did my master's. Oh, that's interesting. Recently gone back to school to get my doctorate in psychology, but I'm going to always kind of bring that with me this kind of utopian idealism too, that we've come quite a distance from art these days, and this city. We have. And so at 47 years old, I've realized I'm not going to get rid of that kind of Don Quixote tilting at windmills type of character that I am. I'm going to embrace it. And I'm going to see if we can't somehow combine it with how we understand addiction. Have you heard of the tristate model? I love it. That's that. That's what that is. It's in the book. Okay..

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"evan" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"evan" Discussed on Doughboys

"To get the doughboys double our weekly bonus episode, you can join the golden or platinum plate club at Patreon dot com slash doughboys. Special thanks to Mookie blakelock, who played Santa. You can check out his podcast. You are worthy with Lil Mookie beat. That's who that was, Mitch. That's who it was. That's right. First slice of pie. How exciting. He's gonna love it. Why is one last question? Hey, it's been a good year buddy. Here's to 2020 to and my last question is, you happy we started this day with a fucking call and made an extra long day, a piece of shit. I am, 'cause yeah, this is the longest day this episode sucks. Shit, what the we got it all in. We had to get this done. And that call was very productive and I think very encouraging. You fucking God damn it, sucks how else were we gonna appreciate the energy on the big year end episode of we have to get what's done. That's always good. Let's pack them up together, let's just get it done. Your piece of shit. Availability is limited, okay? It's hard for us to make those games all the time. We don't have shit not all the time. How dare you? I was gonna say like getting all three of us together at once is not always an easy feat. That's bullshit. It's not, it's true. We were dealing with someone on the east coast who had different windows of availability. You want to look at that, look at those times and pick out a better one, 'cause I was the only one offering options. I was the only one. I'm just going to do all three of them in the day. It's not hard to get sus. Well, I think that was a good idea. It's going to be a little too easy to get sucks. Evan session, anything you'd like to plug? Yes. Man.

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"evan" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

07:34 min | 1 year ago

"evan" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Best source of both feedback as well as new sales is really from your existing customer base. What can you do for them better. So as they sort of you know. Typically you'll happen an entry point to system for us it's it's generally the accounting and finance people initially purchase nets. We'd to help them as they grow with with their accounting books and they outgrow their initial accounting software but then we go in and talk to the customers. What else can we help you and You know that's where we find that. There's there's all these other capabilities that they're interested in cross their business. And that's i think that's a little many companies on you. You have at a beachhead and then you sort of land and expand in so you're going in and actually watching your customers use your product or service and seeing where they struggle also seeing just their business or you know if you're selling to be or resigned to see seeing you know the customer on the business in their place where they use it in their home in the workplace in saying you know what is it looked like to use your product within that context in. We're in that. I think is a huge source of his inspiration for you can expand your product and services provide more value to your existing customer so financial review talking about advice for companies who are hungry for growth when talk about company culture which is something that i think was do a great job with and then also some unique opportunities that you have in front of you today that are special and so much more when we get back from thinking our sponsors as an entrepreneur finding the right health insurance plan for you and your family isn't always easy plus health insurance can be frustrating expense when you're a generally healthy individual while now there's a better way to pay for healthcare crowd health crowd. Health isn't health insurance. It's a community of health conscious members who contribute to each other's medical expenses which can help you save thousands each year you just contact crowd health and they find great doctors who offer great prices. 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So where do these businesses turn to fill these roles fast zip recruiter and right. Now you can try it for free at ziprecruiter dot com slash fire. When you post jobs on ziprecruiter they send your job to over one hundred top job sites giving you access to their network of millions of job seekers then ziprecruiter's matching technology scans resumes to find qualified candidates for your open roles in proactively presents. Them to you ziprecruiter. Technology is so effective that four out of five employers who post on ziprecruiter get a quality candidate within the first day. And right now you can try ziprecruiter for free at this exclusive address zip recruiter dot com slash fire. That's ziprecruiter dot com slash fire. One more time ziprecruiter dot com slash fire ziprecruiter. The smartest way to hire so evan. We're back and our listeners are small companies large companies medium sized companies. I mean it really is across the spectrum so sheer some advice that you have for companies regardless of their size that right now today are hungry for growth. How specific and you get a work with companies across so many different industries from companies that do retail to us internet services to you know wholesale distribution and you know the again the commonalities that i see right now is just that. There's sort of a lot of sherm everywhere. People are sort of figuring out what the new normal is. they're taking some of the habits saved perhaps developed During the pandemic and saying which of these things are going to bring into the new normal and so i think for you know pretty much every business right now again. It's it's going back to your customers. And seeing how their lives have changed. Since march twenty twenty in and you know obviously. There's a lot of churn yet to comment a lot of changes to come. But i think people are settling into new routines and that's where all the opportunities all a large mardi opportunities live right. Now is in that new normal that has not yet been adequately served by companies with the pass and by the way fire nation. A lot of people haven't accepted this new normal. They are refusing to accept the world that we live in as it is today but if you are going to be one of the first movers accepting this in just living in this new normal taking advantage of this new normal you are going to have that advantage so we'll talk about company. Culture avenue done a great job at nets we so share how other startups can grow and scale without losing. What makes them both special and unique. Yeah that's a great question. I mean it next week. We've grown from four people to you. Know while over ten thousand and That's always the challenge is how to your company. Feel small still in the ways that you needed to while obviously still scaling in the ways that you needed to. I think you know. Sort of constant communication is really important in bedding in that communication sort of a rich history of your company. Every company has richest history for us. Was that we were started above a hair flaw next to a liquor store and everybody. That comes net sweet. Here's that here's that story of Tommy on the floor because the music in the hair salon was to lot of what we're trying to program but You know. I think keeping that history alive and people look towards your you know the new people that come into your organization look forwards sort of ambassadors those people that have been the veterans that have been there for so long sort of for guidance and then ultimately i'd i'd say that it all you know all culture comes from the tall and An organization will reflect the values that are spouse and lived and act on why it's leaders so making sure that at the highest levels of your company. You're maintaining those traditions promoting traditions promoting that history and also promoting the elements of the culture. The values that you wanna have which they may be diversity and inclusion and They may be you know our work. And and and listening to the customer empathy. I think apathy is across the board incredibly important for culture You know the organization wants to see the leadership living on those values and fire nation..

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"evan" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

Modern Woodworkers Association

08:55 min | 1 year ago

"evan" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

"It kinda replaces the rule that you have and it's just like a digital gauge. It's basically on top of the rule. You lay down this metal strip. That i guess they chip in this Little electric unit can can read in then he then on top that they have a a metal rule that you fix so that you do have more so you can get gross adjustments now. Haven't used it a bunch but Every time i have used it. It's been really accurate. It's really great And yeah you can make minute minute. Adjustments with the end in comeback to those adjustments in. I fairly impressed. it's got it I think i saw this. I'm one a gift credit. I think it was stepping up one of his things but The websites is chips. Fly dot com and Believe this is made by gauging and But i couldn't play on i gauge its website but i found it here so I wanna say the the If i had any complaints about its instructions that come with it Because apparently they changed the manufacturing process As far as the stuff that you have to stick down. Apparently this This little metal strip. And you gotta stick that down then you gotta stick on top of that. The metal rule. I think that used to all come together now. They've separated so they put this little. You know one page thing but yeah. The instructors weren't the best. It also has a little gauge things on it But anyway it's fairly intuitive. So you can you. Can you know you can read between the lines. put it on. It took me like. I don't know twenty thirty minutes to do it. So bad visits that rewrite quickly like is it easy to zero it out ya ya one of the good things as you can also said it anywhere and In you can do a direct you can zero at. Let's say you headed at like three and a half inches it for whatever operation you wanted to be your zero button and that'll be zero an old move from that point and then you hit the button again and it goes back to its default setting moving. You're automatically no no no okay like digital readout. But it's i've been micro adjust. I mean how how finer the grant graduations the graduations It does as it ready fractional. Does it does. Fractional it does A decimal inch decimal system and metric. How many digits in the i think it's two thousand. Yeah i think is to the thousands. It might might only be the hundreds. But i think it's two thousand. I've been doing a lot of metrics stuff. But i know the metrics down to To places past which is about which is thousand sin. Yeah basically yeah. So i think the inches to the thousands. But yeah it's it's really really handy so You know so so far so good. I'll report back. If i were take it off but so far it's it's It's pretty cool good. And that's a. That's the thing that i mean. It's other for a long time. But i've always. I've always questioned the accuracy or the simplicity of it. Necessity of or necessity. But you know like your your mark your question of you know how many digits i mean. When is it you. You realize that a you know. A the difference between the sixteenth and eighth is point one zero six to five right in decimal. But you know when do you need the thousands of an inch. You'll on a on a power tool. I i it yes but you know you're not exactly going to measure that with any other thing in you're measuring with a micrometer getting back to that same exact measurement make a new part and so what i was trying to get at with areas. Like how hard would it be to get the you know. How do you bump your fence. A thousand seven inch. Yeah can be off by five thousand. It's not a big deal. So i'll just i'll take three point five zero five instead of three point five. Oh bright and be happy with it so yeah you can bump it pretty accurately you can also put up magnets and have a little screw and not seen all conto thing to do to get. Yeah democra- adjust so that's possible now. The primary reason i bought that will first of all. I never trust the rule on my table. All to begin with Always using. I always put up a rule next to the fence over to the blade on almost all my operations but in doing these jigs always having to go back to inches is one measurement. I'm always having to go back to. So i wanted something that could enable me to get repeatable repeat that to into judgment without hardly any error and also in making this new. I'm doing some metric stuff so making these little wooden risers and one is Fifty nine millimeters wide and the other one is fifty four millimeters wide. I believe don't quote me on that. But yeah so this made it real easy to get metric on my table saw and yell to go back and forth to those adjustments are those measurements. So yeah i might look into this for my my straight-line rip saw because the gauge on it is not right It's off by a little bit and then every time you change blades. If the teeth are a little bit wider the gauge change. Yes yeah now you really easy to slide defense over senate zero zero out the gauge and then go. Yeah yeah they have. They have a fast way of doing it. They have a And you can use. They recommend using a one to three blocks Just put the one two three block between the blade in the fence and instead set in recalibrated two inches. And i bought some of those on your recommendation. Oh good yeah. I haven't used them yet. But they're there you'll find yourself one to start using only you'll find yourself using those things all the time. Yeah i mean. I want one two of them cinema bench. One of them sits on my table. Saw all the time just to have it but one. They're there but Anyway so that's what's going on with me so evan. What are you working on in the shop haim. We're going on a couple of chairs Me yeah kind of wrapping up. There's been various projects kind of all a waiting for knobs show up and like trying to get other things started but then jumping back to another piece Kind of trying to coordinate a got a couple of deliveries coming up but my primary focus in terms of new work is Yeah are these two Kinda like club chair. A on club chair sort of thing Which is cool. It will definitely a lot of upholstery. That's kind of well. I've done a false cheers before but it's it's more poster than any of those and that's kind of cool let's Is going to ask you about that. So do you do the upholstery yourself. you know. and that's that's kind of another like you know there's only so many hours in the day and writing That's like a year along endeavor to get to the point. Where i would want to be before i started my own upholstery but but it's it's funny. It's such a challenge. You know kind of like when you don't know what you don't know do sort of thing because you know i will talk to So we Merit tonight have used a guy in north carolina and there's guy in kind outside of high point which is know a furniture hub here and He worked in the industry there for a long time and retired. He and his wife who seamstress workout at their baseman You know ten months of the year and then they traveled her couple months. And they're great.

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"evan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"evan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Folks the author of the woke supremacy. Is evan. Say it my guess. You were just saying evan. That liberals tried to eliminate quote discrimination. And you said that word Tell us about the words an odd words. I do believe it's it may be the only word. In the english language where the first two definitions in the dictionary. diametrically opposed. One discrimination means to give a lot of thought to be discerning as she's discriminating shopper. The other one is to give no thought to not be deserting to not be able to tell the difference between different things where they may large group and so in order to eliminate the evils of discrimination. The woke have chosen to become utterly indiscriminate. There is no different shoot a man and a woman. There is no difference from fat and skinny. there is no different theme. The jews and the muslims. There is no difference between the problem with this. Is that indiscriminate. Thought does not lead to indiscriminate beliefs. It leads the siding only and always evil failure in wrong. Why because have nothing. No personal coaching a religion full of governance. No familial construct. nobody's shaped by size of nothing is better than anything else than success is unjust. Why should a person a nation of culture religion succeed. if it's better than anything else. The flip side is failure as proved by nothing other than the fact that it has failed. Serves as proof positive. The failure has been victimized this one more point by extension of success and failures positive of injustice rate success. A great failure is proof positive of great injustice and the most exceptional success most exceptional failure is the most exceptional injustice of all which is why the two nations they hate. The most notable were stations on the planet. There's no moral intellectual legal or argument to be made that american israel other two worst nations on the planet. The problem is that the two most successful nations. That's exactly that's exactly right so it's easy to hate them. I want to ask you. You mentioned the speech you gave a few years ago. Where can people find that. Well you can find everything evans. Say it at evans. Say e. v. a. n. s. a white et dot com. And of course my book is available there the whoop surpremacy. It's getting raves eric. Well listen listening to you. I'm not surprised it's getting raves. Because you've got this stuff figured out and you can articulate it. I've got to figure it out. But i can't articulate it as well as you do just wonderful. Listen to you evan. Say it dot com v. a. n. s. a. y. Say it's dot com. And so. Tell us about this speech. You said you gave it what twelve years ago. I walked into the heritage foundation. I game given any talk of a serious nature in such a series environment. And by the time i walked out this video where i explain how the modern liberal things right laid out basically four laws and three corollaries that explain everything about why such good smart Loving caring generous people like our democratic party friends and colleagues neighbors and even family members why these they reject fact and reason and side oli always with that which is ugly that which is profane profane over profound Evil over good no matter where reviews if you look in ferguson missouri. They'll side with with michael brown and against the top. You know you look in the middle east of they'll side with the homophobic zepa phobic misogynistic and i do believe a little bit antisemitic. Islamicists and single jews you to be strangled to death economically through boycott sanctions and divestment. How you good smart. Decent people get so wrong. And i answered that in a forty seven minute speech that just rocked the conservative raise. God it's just wonderful to know you're out there Evans say at. Thank you folks evan. Say it dot com. The book is the woke supremacy. Evan god bless you and thank you so much erik. God bless you and thank you so much and..

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"evan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"evan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Up this narrative and they talked about it as kind of an unbridled ideological hatred of the other. But what you're telling us of course. Is that precisely the opposite is true. It is the wo- culture that is demonizing. We are part of that under. Indeed we are. We are the other anybody who engages in discriminating thought. Now get to that in a moment but look it's not unusual in fact it's a well-known tactics. I believe it was garrels. You know who who said accused the other of that which you yourself are guilty of so. It's really not surprising that they would accuse of course. Islamicists accused the israelis of terrorism and so on and so forth across the board. It's just it's just a tactic that is employed by supremacists movements but but it's particularly wicked. Let's be honest. It's a wicked wicked thing to to so cynically twist the truth. Isn't that kind of a way indeed and one thing that i've found it quite quite interesting. As supremacist movements are basically three act. Plays an act one. They portrayed the situation as it is as awful oppressive. You're being oppressed by the bourgeoisie. You're being oppressed by white people. In america being breath acts three is the perfect world. They promise but act too is always exactly the opposite of the toby that they promised to bring so the problem is the that was gonna make a worker's paradise march a worker's paradise was that the be no government and it'll be total autonomy for every single worker. Every single worker would be autonomous but in order to get to that. I have to have a dictatorship of the proletariat. Islam is promising. The world will be peaceful but in order to get to that act to season the most violent of old people's on the planet. Well act three according to the The wolves is a world of utter tolerance. But before they can get there. They have to be utterly intolerant. Even to those who have one drop of It's unbelievable we're going to go to a break folks. I'm talking to evan. Say et sa y. Et the book is the woke. Surpremacy folks don't forget. Please sign up for a newsletter. We need you to do that. There's no other way to reach you. We've been canceled on youtube. Please go to my website eric. Metaxas dot com. Sign up for the newsletter. We'll send you these videos. We'll be right back with them. And say i do folks. I'm talking to evan. Say a.

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"evan" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"evan" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Welcome back. I've got evan smith online. Evan how are you. I'm doing great sir. How are you. I am awesome early conforto. This conversation a lot of the work that you do in one of the things that resonates with me is you focus on great work in one of the things. I am always intrigued by that in in. Love that something that i do. Because i find when i am in the space to be able to do great work. It's fulfilling in an energizes me and it. It makes me actually work even more efficiently and look for improvements to do great work so sure a little bit about you and the work you do. And then we'll dive right in short thank you. Yes so This notion about great work for me. It's really all about sort of purpose and being connected to it day to day moment to moment and just knowing that the energy i'm spending is for something that's greater than i am and i it is ultimately for me. It's what gets me out of bed in the morning. And i know you know you're keenly interested in burnout. I know it's one of when that connection is broken to purpose when you can't see the line of sight to it. One of the things that starts to sap energy and actually i think draw people into zone of zone of experiencing burnout or symptoms..

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"evan" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"evan" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"He would come on during the season while he's got stuff going on giants third baseman having a good year. Evan longoria. Evan has it gone new. Thanks for having me on i had. I've been dying to talk to a player about the unwritten rules fiasco. That's been going on and obviously couple of weeks ago at all went crazy with the white sox and your great guy to have on about this. Your veteran been around the game for awhile and respected before we get. You're having a. You're having a nice little season here at thirty five years old in baseball. That's like you know. I haven't age nine home runs. Twenty nine is pretty good Yeah man i You know. I think a lot of the credit Well at least some of the credit. I'll some of the some of the credit goes to Are hitting coaches the change in philosophy that we've had You know some of the the conversations that I've had with them in terms. Of you know i i think my exit my average extra glossy was pretty good last year. It's just. I wasn't hitting the ball in the air. And so you know it's like easy to talk about Bad but you know. Some of the swing changes that. I made in the offseason coming into this season. I.

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