35 Burst results for "Fatigue"

Is tipping getting out of control? Many consumers say yes

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

Is tipping getting out of control? Many consumers say yes

"Some customers and experts say there's just too much pressure when it comes to tipping. Tipping fatigue is swarming America as more businesses adopt digital payment methods. Rather than leaving it to our own discretion, suddenly we are being prompted into what I call a guilt tip. Etiquette expert Thomas Farley. It's difficult when you're staring at an LCD screen with three giant percentages. And then a red no tip at the bottom. Of course, Vincent ritual who owns a pizzeria in Las Vegas likes the tipping option. Whether it's on a printed Bill or whether it's on a computer screen that you press, it's always gonna make it easier for a customer to want to leave a gratuity. I'm surely Adler.

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Newsom asks Californians to stay vigilant about more storms

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 weeks ago

Newsom asks Californians to stay vigilant about more storms

"There's more stormy weather ahead for California. I'm Ben Thomas with the latest. After weeks of stormy weather, yet more wind and rain for a Golden State now looking a bit gray and muddy. I know how fatigued you all are. Governor Gavin Newsom. Just maintain a little more vigilance. The storm began hitting California in late December, causing power outages flooding mudslides and wars. Sadly, 19 people have died. State of emergency director Nancy ward. The ground is saturated. It is extremely, extremely dangerous, especially in these high vulnerable areas. And that water can continue to rise well after these storms have passed. So our message is clear. Please know your surroundings. Newsom says we'll get through this. And then we'll get back to the real work that needs to be done to make sure we can get through the next century. I'm Ben Thomas.

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Long COVID: Could mono virus or fat cells be playing roles?

AP News Radio

01:00 min | Last month

Long COVID: Could mono virus or fat cells be playing roles?

"Scientists estimate about 30% of patients infected with COVID-19 will have long COVID, with lingering symptoms of fatigue, lung problems, brain fog, and other neurological issues. Many studies show women in obese people are more likely to develop long COVID. Women's bodies tend to have more fat tissue than men. Emerging research is suggesting the coronavirus may hide in fat after infection. There may also be a link to past viruses like mononucleosis and herpes. A virus expert at the University of California, San Francisco. Since they're finding immune markers that signal the Epstein Barr virus has been reactivated in long COVID patients. Particularly, those showing signs of fatigue. While researchers look for answers, one patient, 50 year old Amy Watson and Oregon who suffers anemia migraines digestive and nerve problems, says she just wants her life back. I'm Jackie Quinn

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2022 Brought a Lot of Election Fatigue... Or Did It?

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:35 min | Last month

2022 Brought a Lot of Election Fatigue... Or Did It?

"One of my takeaways from the review of this year is I was sitting here writing some stuff now was the election fatigue. And I wonder if it was a truly and I heard this one with a lot of commentators. I said, was it truly election fatigue? Or was it something else? Was it truly election fatigue in the sense that, you know, people were tired of elections or were they tired of some of the same themes? Were they tired of hearing, again, about 2020 election where they were they not convinced that 2022 is going to change anything. I think as we look at 22 election cycle, some things that came out from me was that people were getting big, more and more skeptical of both parties. You saw this. And a president right now who is a sitting president, Joe Biden, who's negative numbers have been consistently bad, if not some of the historically worse that we've ever seen. You see, the Republicans now looking at what 2024 would look like in a presidential year. I already being talked about. You looked at the what was starting as a red wave that became basically a trickle. Just a small string. Some good things happen for Republicans, but at the same point in time, you also have to look at the expectation in reality expectation was, you know, winning two or three, you know, 20, 30 seats in the House, you'd have a two 40 margin, everything at the start of 2022 was looking like this was a red wave here. It was building into that red wave. And somewhere along the way and just English, we look back at it, it turned.

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Volodymyr Zelenskyy Visit to Congress Is an Insult to America

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:59 min | Last month

Volodymyr Zelenskyy Visit to Congress Is an Insult to America

"You see president zelensky last night? Standing in the rostrum in the United States House of Representatives did you see that yesterday last night? I watched it as much as I could. And then I turned it off. It was almost, it seemed to me to be satire or parody of something. This guy, we're giving him $44 billion. Somebody couldn't take him down to Brooks brothers and get him a suit. The guy shows up wearing military fatigues. I mean, what the heck was that all about? And for me, this was all about somebody sent me a note. They said it was fetterman Sheik. Oh, my apologies. I guess that's the new look for the Congress coming up in the winter. But ladies and gentlemen, it seemed to me that was, that was an up yours to America. You know, this guy wants us to believe that he just came from the front lines of the battle where people are dying and people are bleeding and things are exploding. And he got on an airplane and came to America so that he could kiss Nancy Pelosi on the cheek and presented American for a Ukrainian flag. You know, I've never seen Congress so happy to see a flag unfurled, as they saw the Ukrainian flag last night. I don't know about you. I was a little sick to my stomach watching them. This is a man, by the way, who ordered Christians in Ukraine. They can only worship God a certain way. They can only worship in certain churches. There is a crackdown on religious liberty right now in Ukraine. Maybe that's why the Democrats, they love these heathens. But something just doesn't smell right with this guy. It's just something is off, and it has been off from day one. You're in the middle of a war, you don't go flying to the United States so you can kiss Nancy Pelosi on the cheeks. But again, I just, I just don't get it.

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Tucker Carlson: Blame GOP Establishment for Prioritizing Ukraine

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:12 min | Last month

Tucker Carlson: Blame GOP Establishment for Prioritizing Ukraine

"Here was Tucker going on to blast Republican leadership for supporting zelensky to this degree. It is hard, in fact, it may be impossible to imagine a more humiliating scenario for the greatest country on earth. And we would love to blame Joe Biden for it, but we can't really not entirely at least. This was bipartisan masochism. The uni party is alive and well, despite the best efforts of voters, including last month. And if you doubt that it's alive and well, here's a picture of zelensky that he had taken with a group of elderly Republican senators in Kyiv back in May. They stand grinning next to him in their orthopedic shoes, 70 year old Susan Collins. John barrasso, John cornyn, led by their 80 year old ringleader, Mitch McConnell. 44 year old zelensky poses between them and a skin type polo shirt flexing like a weightlifter and trying to look ferocious. They seem awestruck. Not since a young Fidel Castro showed up in New York wearing battle fatigues, has this country's aging leadership class teetered more loudly and delight they love a man in uniform. What a hunk. So strong and decisive. Look at the expression of Mitch McConnell's face. You could almost hear the giggles of pleasure. No rational person assessing the issues ever would have predicted this moment.

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The Car Crash Coming Between Tucker Carlson & Volodymyr Zelenskyy

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:45 min | Last month

The Car Crash Coming Between Tucker Carlson & Volodymyr Zelenskyy

"Settling in at 8 p.m. Eastern Time last night to watch Tucker Carlson on Fox News was quite the moment because zelensky was still speaking before Congress. This historic epic journey that volatiles zelensky took to the United States first trip outside of Ukraine since the Russian invasion began and today the clock and I'm watching zelensky's final moments of his speech and I'm thinking uh oh, Tucker Carlson's coming up, you know how you see like the car accident unfold before you on the horizon. You see it happening. You know that down the street, there's going to be a car accident and you just know it and you think, uh oh, this is gonna be bad. It's gonna be bad. That's what it was like last night at about 8 p.m. eastern when zelensky was kissing on Nancy Pelosi and she was hugging on him and blowing kisses and handing him a big oversized flag and he was waving some flag at her and Kamala Harris was clapping and they were all screaming and cheering and I thought the guy who's about to take to the airwaves is not going to be having any of it. And Tucker did not disappoint. I think he called him at one point, he called zelensky the manager of a strip club, demanding money, wearing a sweatshirt or something. People seem very obsessed with what zelensky was wearing. And of course it was all about the optics because he was in sort of his battle fatigues. I'm sure symbolizing to the world that we're at war with Russia and all of that. I mean, this thing was pure, this was theater.

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"fatigue" Discussed on Buddhist Boot Camp Podcast

Buddhist Boot Camp Podcast

03:16 min | Last month

"fatigue" Discussed on Buddhist Boot Camp Podcast

"Welcome to the Buddhist boot camp podcast. Our intention is to awaken, enlighten, enrich and inspire a simple and uncomplicated life. Discover the benefits of mindful living with your host, timber Hawkeye. Every decision we make throughout the day renders our next decision more difficult to make. It's called decision fatigue. And what I've discovered is that it's really helpful for me to make a decision one time. That makes a lot of my future decisions for me. And that way, I don't have to make so many choices throughout the day. I mean, if you've ever stared at a restaurant's menu, and there were so many options to choose from, it makes it more difficult to decide rather than having to pick from three things. And the same is true if you have a closet full of clothes, so many people say, I don't have anything to wear. And that's obviously not true. It's just that there are too many things to choose from. So what I've done is I've limited my choices by making one decision that makes my future decisions for me. It could be something as simple as shaving my head once a week. I don't have to worry about a haircut. I don't have to worry about products. I'm saving time. I'm saving money, and I'm saving the decision fatigue. I've never having to decide, how do I want to wear my hair? To fix it, and to look in the mirror. I don't have to worry about it. I've eliminated all of that. So that works for me. I've decided what I want to have for breakfast every day. And that way I don't have to think every morning what do I want to have? I've made that decision. And it's whatever is the most nutritionally dense meal that is enjoyable, of course, but also easy to prepare and it makes that decision for me. It's really simplified my life to an extreme. And it really helped live the minimalistic lifestyle that I really enjoy. I have 5 shirts. I have, and they're all the same. I have one pair of jeans. And it enables me to never worry about what I'm going to do or how I'm going to do it. And I think tying in all my invitations to live the life that we want to live and writing down our core values, if we decide what our core values are and we've already made a decision to always be honest, then we're never caught in the trap of, should I tell them the truth should I not? We've already decided we're going to be the kind of person that tells the truth. And so we're never caught in that internal conflict. It's just, it's so easy. We've already decided what kind of person we want to be. We've eliminated decision fatigue, and we're keeping ourselves on the path toward being the kind of person and we ultimately want to be. Timber Hawkeye is the bestselling author of Buddhist boot camp, faithfully religionless, and the opposite of namaste. For additional information, please visit Buddhist boot camp dot com where you can order autograph books to support the prison library project, watch timbers inspiring TED Talk and join our monthly mailing list. We hope you have enjoyed this episode and invite you to subscribe for more thought provoking discussions. Thank you for being a soldier at peace in the army of love.

Sebastian and Chris Kohls Discuss the Original 'Predator'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:10 min | Last month

Sebastian and Chris Kohls Discuss the Original 'Predator'

"Maybe the best action movie of all time. Yes, indeed. It's Arnold as Dutch the cigar smoking special forces leader who goes after an enemy that is a little bit different from what he's used to. It's this week's making movies great again. Did you like our intro, the new credits, let's ask the man who made it possible. Dots are you there? Yeah, I'm right here. I'm ready to stick around. We decided before the show began. Jeff said my producer, that you will be dressing up as the hero of each movie each week. Well, I try to encapsulate at least the feeling a little bit. But you've got a show. You don't have to be bare chested. I don't really have like military fatigues. I don't have like camo shirts, but I have denim. You get that. Do you have that in? I can't wait to see when the movie's gonna be the Grinch or elf. But we're gonna have some fun. All right, Chris, it is predator. We chose it last week. I have a whole host of notes I sat down with my son making notes about this movie. But I've been dominating the discussion for far too long, so why don't you launch us off on this movie? All right, let me tell you something. When I rewatch this last night, one thing kept going through my head, which was, why don't films today have catch phrases have one liners, I mean, they had one liners back in the 30s, like, frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn. They had great lines, you know, great lines that were epic. The people would repeat at work. You know, in the 80s, I mean, that was the quintessential stick around, get to the chopper, all these beautiful lines that people would repeat. I remember at school people would repeat these lines. We don't do it anymore. Do you know how to do this or like, what's going on, man? Well, isn't that a function of just being crap right is that we don't have real screenwriters anymore? And if you are a screenwriter, you have to be woke.

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US company to send team to look into Berlin aquarium rupture

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

US company to send team to look into Berlin aquarium rupture

"An American company will send a team to investigate the Berlin aquarium rupture. Reynolds polymer technology which says its manufactured and installed the cylinder component of the aqua dome tank of 20 years ago says it's sending experts to probe, but the rupture of the tank, which sent a wave of debris, water and tropical fish, crashing through the hotel lobby, it was located in and onto the street outside in an email statement Reynolds polymer added at this point it's too early to determine the factor or factors that would produce such a failure, Berlin's top security official has said that the first indications point to material fatigue in Friday's collapse. I'm Charles De Ledesma.

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Glenn Kirschner: Jack Smith Is Exactly the Person We Need on Trump

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:18 min | 2 months ago

Glenn Kirschner: Jack Smith Is Exactly the Person We Need on Trump

"You said special counsel Jack Smith Thanksgiving Day court filing that destroys Trump's lawyers legal arguments. It seems like people are pretty heartened by the speed that Jack Smith appears to be moving at. What do you think? Yeah, Jack is a real without fear or favor kind of prosecutor. I didn't know him personally, but some of the folks that were in my homicide section ended up leaving the D.C. U.S. attorney's office and working for Jack when he was the head of public integrity at the Department of Justice. And I'll tell you that now we have a little bit of hero fatigue, right? Because we thought bob Mueller was going to bring it home and Bill Barr basically blocked him and lied about his report. We thought Merrick Garland was going to bring it home. I will say now having seen Merrick Garland operate over the last year and a half. He's a very good man, but he seems to have lost his prosecutorial instincts and he's behaving more like a judge, which is not what we need out of our attorney general at this moment in history. But what I've been told about Jack Smith is, listen, he's fearless. He will take politically charged cases that are difficult to prove. He has prosecuted Republican politicians and Democrats. And he's not afraid to lose. He's going to do the right thing. And that's precisely the kind of person we need heading up the Trump cases at this point.

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Glenn Kirschner Sheds Some Light on Special Counsel Jack Smith

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:41 min | 2 months ago

Glenn Kirschner Sheds Some Light on Special Counsel Jack Smith

"So let's get to the big question. Because we've been flailing without you as you know. Ever since the appointment of Jack Smith, who apparently is not the guy in the matrix, he puts on sunglasses. I think he is. But no, it's a different guy. Different guy. Okay. But Glenn, I think it was Barbara mcquaid, I saw on TV first that said, you know, the Justice Department wouldn't be doing a special prosecutor if they weren't going to indict. If they were going to decline. So, you know, and then everyone from tally nostalgia was like, this is no Jill wine banks initially said this is a waste of time and money. And you and I have been obviously impatient for justice for a long time and my first thought is, why isn't an indictment? Why is it, you know, yet another step. But, you know, it takes me a second to calm down. But just a little. But I think we all have Mueller fatigue, right? We think, oh God, are we starting all over again, blah, blah, blah. And a lot of people have pointed out how Lawrence tribe and others that they think this will speed it up and not slow it down. Dying to get your take on it because I do get that it's different a bill Barr's not in charge, it's not Trump's Justice Department. He is not starting from scratch, but give us your whole overview on this. Yes, Steph, I wish we had an hour. There's so much to unpack. And we do have, we have superhero fatigue. We thought bob Mueller was going to come in and take Trump out. His report did take Trump out the problem is Congress and the Department of Justice didn't act on the crimes that bob Mueller documented in volume two of the Trump Russia report. We thought Merrick Garland was going to come in and do what was necessary. It turns out in hindsight, Merrick Garland turned out to be too much judge and not enough prosecutors. So I am not prepared to say Jack Smith is galloping in on the white horse and he's going to take care of all this. However, first thing I did was I talked to all my Friends and former colleagues who worked with or for Jack Smith. I don't know Jack personally, to a person, they can not speak highly enough of his determination to hold criminal politicians accountable. Without regard to politics or criticism or fear of failure, here's why I really like the appointment of Jack Smith. We can do an autopsy on whether Merrick Garland should have appointed a special counsel. There are good arguments on both sides, but I think the bottom at the bottom of it all wants Trump announced he was a candidate. Let's face it, Merrick Garland is Joe Biden's attorney general. So to have Joe Biden's attorney general going after Joe Biden's only announced political opponent in the 2024 election, I believe, left Merrick Garland, no other choice but to appoint a special counsel.

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Are We Going to Give Up and Give the Left Everything They Want?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:22 min | 2 months ago

Are We Going to Give Up and Give the Left Everything They Want?

"Lot of inspiration from Churchill because I know a lot of you feel as if we are all alone and that things are falling apart, especially after the unfortunate and just quite honestly, inexplicable news at times Carrie Lake losing independence on election day, voting machines going down on election day, the we can look to that sort of message of the only thing that the other side needs for their victory. The thing that they need for victory is for us to surrender and the question is, are we going to say that we will never surrender? I know a lot of you are exhausted and fatigued and many of you are just so sick and tired of this. You know, I was actually supposed to be right now in the UK. I was actually going to go visit blend in palace and all that. I canceled the whole thing. There's too much going on here in this country. America first is not just a slogan. You actually have to live out America first. I was going to go debate at the Oxford union. I was going to go speak at the Cambridge, all really nice stuff. You know, stuff that is art would be great honors and all those sorts of things. The country's in way too big of a crisis right now. Donald Trump is announcing for president tonight. We're going to be looking very closely at that. Obviously, what's going on in Arizona the attorney general's race, there's leadership elections in the house, the house representatives still not called. And so here we are. We need to ask ourselves the question, will we surrender? Are we just going to give up and give the left everything that they've been asking for?

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Biden's DHS Warns About 'Election Threats'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:01 min | 3 months ago

Biden's DHS Warns About 'Election Threats'

"The Biden DHS. Now the DHS is the Department of Homeland Security continues to put out these warnings and bulletins and I see them in the media to block what they claim are election threats. Now, of course, in the past, they claim that there was all kinds of foreign intervention in the election. And of course, a primarily from Russia. Now, quite frankly, I've never seen evidence of any foreign intervention to a degree that would seem to affect the election. And we know going back to 2016 that all the claims about Russian collusion with Trump all nonsense. When you look at the actual evidence, even in the news stories of even Russian intervention, not counting Trump. It would be like, well, the Russians have bought $35,000 worth of ads and Facebook and I'm thinking really was this even worth bringing up. This is hardly likely to have any impact on anything. But now the DHS claims that the threats to election security come domestically and become from who? Well, they come from us. They come from what they call domestic extremists. And while some of this is couched in the language of violence, a lot of it is not. They're worried about election quote lies. Well, who gets to decide if something is a lie, I guess they do. Election misinformation. Who gets to decide if something is misinformation? I guess they do. And voter intimidation. Well, what do they mean exactly by intimidation? Well, you see all these news reports about increasing reports of armed men, and I say to myself, where are these are men? Let's see them. I've seen a single image on social media of two guys. And I mentioned this before in the podcast with a truck. And these guys appear to be in fatigues. And supposedly they were armed. Who they were, what they were doing there, how long they were there unknown.

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"fatigue" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling

Purposeful Social Selling

04:15 min | 3 months ago

"fatigue" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling

"Perform. And so this happens with coaches. It happens with clients. So this is why audience acquisition, your audience growth is so important. You have to make it a number one priority. And honestly, if you're going to invest, I know for me, I'm always going to spend money rightfully so on audience growth and lead generation. I'm willing to break even. I'm willing to lose money. Like, I'm willing to not be profitable in the short term so I can be profitable in the long term. I'm willing to lose money generating leads so that I can fill my bucket with the best possible people who actually want to work with me so that I'm not creating offer fatigue where my audience is like, we've heard it. We've been there, man, what's going on? What happens, right? And understanding that eventually people are going to unsubscribe. Like I know people that have probably been on my list for three years and they've just decided they're never going to buy for me and I have no thoughts about that. I'm like, okay, they're not going to buy from me. Am I offended when they unsubscribe? No. The reason why I'm not offended is because I'm constantly getting new subscribers because I make that an ongoing business practice that I have that keeps me abundant, keeps my marketing fresh, keeps me relevant, and honestly, I always be want to be on the leading edge of what's happening in the marketing and sales. I always want to be on the leading edge of what's new, what's relevant and what matters. And the only way I can do that is by constantly thinking about, okay, what is today's buyer need? Because that's the question I'm asking myself in order to acquire new leads. And what today's buyer needs is different than what last year's buyer needed. So in order to generate new audience and new people in your funnel is you have to be relevant. You have to know what's going on. You have to understand, well, what's the pain point right now? I am constantly thinking about, okay, what's the pain point right now? Is it seasonal? Is it annual? Is it economic? Is it internal? Is it within industry? I'm always thinking about what are the current pressure points that are relevant to my consumer and my buyer right now. And the moment I am marketing from that and serving from that place, I am constantly acquiring new leads because I put myself in the front of the line and always thinking, okay, and what's the next problem I can see them having? I'm not just thinking about the problems they're dealing with right now. I'm thinking about potential problems 6 months from now. Like, for example, in 2019, 20 actually was 2018, that was when I saw trends happening in network marketing. And I was like, oh, we're about to hit massive burnout. Eventually, at some point, there's going to be churn and burn culture and a lot of people are going to leave this industry unless we change unless we bring sustainability unless we start really bringing everything through the lens of playing the long game and helping people enjoy the process. So I hope this was an incredibly valuable episode for you because oftentimes I see people stall out in their business because they have stalled out in growing their audience and acquiring new leads. So if you make this a number one priority, you'll never be able to leads. You'll always have new customers coming in. And growing your revenue won't be as big of a problem. We'll catch you in the next episode. That wraps up today's episode. Hey, if you love today's show, I would love for you to take a minute and give a rating. With a review. If you desire to elevate the social selling industry, that means we need more people listening to this message so that they can know it can be done at different way. And if you're ready to join me, it's time for you to step into the social selling academy where I give you all the tools training and support to help you realize your goals. In the academy you get weekly live coaching so that you are never lost or stuck in confusion. Whether you are a new in the business or been in the industry for a while, this is the premier coaching program for the modern network marketer. Go to WWW dot the social selling academy dot com to learn more.

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"fatigue" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling

Purposeful Social Selling

08:03 min | 3 months ago

"fatigue" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling

"Me show you the new way. Hey, Friends. Welcome to another episode of the show. Today, we're gonna talk about something. You probably haven't heard before, and I'm pretty excited to share it with you because I think it's going to be a potential game changer for you and if I haven't sold you on the value of expanding your audience growing your audience, prioritizing networking and meeting new people, this is gonna be the episode where I sell you. Not just on the value of putting in the work and the effort, but on why it's actually costing you profit and costing you revenue and costing you time and energy when you don't prioritize networking. Let's go, let's do this. Okay, I'm talking about this concept that I'm gonna call audience fatigue. And that is when I have noticed this happens literally at some point in almost every business owner's business at some point they realize they reach a point where they hit like a threshold or audience fatigue and I kind of view audience fatigue like a giant sponge that sits in a bowl of water and eventually the sponge hits maximum saturation and it can no longer take in any more water so that there's just now all the water that the sponge can not take in is just sitting stagnant around the sponge. And this is what I believe happens when you do not expand and grow your audience regularly and you are not prioritizing networking, lead generation and acquiring new customers. If you are an entrepreneur, if you are in business for yourself, this is literally top priority to increasing your bottom line. You're either working on customer acquisition or you're working on customer retention. And most of the time, I see the problem that people have is with customer acquisition. And they don't realize is that it's because they have an audience over saturation or an audience fatigue problem. And this is when your audience, they know about your offer. They know about your business. They know about your product, you've been talking at your audience for a prolonged period of time. And there is something in economics called the law of diminishing returns. And I'm going to read the definition for you so I don't mess it up, but this is exactly what audience fatigue is and where I see a lot of business owners, network marketers, coaches, and service providers. This is where they stall out in their revenue and they stop increase. They stop increasing their profits, okay? The law of diminishing returns is when there comes a point when an additional factor of production, you putting in more effort, you putting in more, maybe more money in ad spend, results in a lessening of the output or desired impact. I'm going to read that one more time. The law of diminishing returns is when there comes a point when your additional factor of production you putting in more actually creates a lesser return on your output. You get very little back. This is where I see people, they've been marketing for a long time, and when they first maybe brought their offer to their audience, it was hot, hot, hot. Everybody was buying it. It was going great. Well, that's because they were selling to a very fresh market who had not heard of the offer before, not new. So typically, hot market, they go first, it's people you have the most trust and relational equity with. They've been following you for a while. They trust your brand. They don't need a lot of social proof. They're just ready to go. They'll buy it from you. And then there is your warm market where they sit and they watch and they say like, okay, let's just see how serious they are. They need to be sold. They're not, you know, they're not an easy buy. They're not like, okay, I'm in for it, no matter what. They need to be sold. And part of being sold is establishing trust with them over time. And they want to be like, okay, are you still going to be serious about the 6 months from now a year from now? And so that is when we see in the beginning, we see people kind of have a massive surge in profits and then there is a slowing down where they're warm market. Now it becomes more of a trickle. And then eventually with time, they're warm market starts to become non responsive. This is when people start posting to crickets. They are putting out their offers or putting out value and nobody's buying anymore. Now the customer acquisition, the new leads, the new profit, it has slowed down so much to where it feels like there's barely even a trickle of people coming in. And they start to think, okay, maybe something's wrong with my offer, maybe something's wrong with my business. Maybe I need to change companies. Maybe I need to change services. Maybe you need to change offers. But here's the problem. If this is what happens when you are not constantly bringing in new eyes and new leads to your business, you have to always be making lead generation a number one priority in your business, no matter what. I can't even imagine how my email list would feel. Like if I remember at the very beginning when I first started out, I had 500 people on my email list. And if we were to look at just, this is where you have to understand the statistics and the laws of the consumer. Really essentially of marketing and sales and understanding that there's a certain percentage of your audience that's never going to buy from you. And so if you're expecting all 500 people from your email list to an inevitably convert with convert to whatever you offer and to buy from you, this is a completely unrealistic expectation and it's honestly it's unfair of you to expect everyone on your list to buy from you because some people are just there to see because they're curious and some people forget they're on your email list, but that's just statistically it's just not possible. But I see people doing this. I see them pitching to the same size list for years, whether it's an email list, whether it's their Facebook friends list, whether it's their Instagram followers, whatever it is. They haven't made growing their audience size a top priority. And so what ends up happening is they can put out a lot more. They could do more advertising. They can make it fancy, but again, this with a law of diminished returns, they start getting less and less and less return on all that they're putting out. Their output creates very little coming back to them. So with this concept of audience growth and when I notice this is when their paychecks typically stall out and this is when they start to think maybe something's wrong with the business. Nothing is wrong with the business. It's just your job to consistently bring new eyes to your content so that you don't have an audience fatigue problem, an offer fatigue problem or an oversaturation problem, meaning that literally your audience they all know, you need to get fresh people in. I can't imagine if, you know, I know when I started with like 505 hundred people on my email list, I made it my job very, very early in the game, and even when I had made, you know, multi 6 figures, I knew that my job, if I wanted to scale the millions and build a company that it was going to be built on growing my audience and growing leads and being very good at lead generation. So I didn't wait until the law of diminishing returns happened to me. I made audience growth of priority before the law of diminishing returns kicked in before I experienced dealing with crickets before those things. And so I actually started investing in audience growth early. A lot of people I know wait until they hit a $1 million and then they work on audience growth for me. Now here's what's a little different. You might be being like, okay, well how do I invest in audience growth for me? I was willing to take to take the loss myself, meaning that I was willing to not pay myself

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Michael Cohen Explains 'Trump Fatigue'

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:12 min | 3 months ago

Michael Cohen Explains 'Trump Fatigue'

"Stephanie Winston wolkoff tweeted, Donald wasn't giving his shares of true social to Melania, but wanted others to fork over theirs to get Melania in on the grift. You just said, why would we or should we expect anything else a family grips together ultimately throws each other under the bus? Michael, isn't the danger we're just numb to the amount of crime that he continues to commit and get away with, thus far. So I have a name for it. And it's called Trump fatigue. We are all just tired. We're tired of every time that you turn the television on. First thing in the morning, I get up at 4 o'clock four 30 in the morning. I turn on the television, I'm watching, and then what do I see? Another action by Donald or his group that is illegal, unethical. By the yelps, if any of your listeners, if you Stephanie, anybody. Other than Donald. Was involved in this? You would be behind bars already and God knows how long the sentence would be, especially if you had my judge, judge William H, only the third. If you had him, you could be in there for life.

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Dana Goldberg: Trump Has Zero Impulse Control

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:22 min | 4 months ago

Dana Goldberg: Trump Has Zero Impulse Control

"Is it a stroke if you're both sides of my neck hurt from reading that Trump statement? I'm not sure what's happening. I think I strained myself somehow. I think it both sides you're okay. You just need a massage. Okay, thank you. Steph just read the entire statement that Trump made in response to E Jean Carroll's. When he actually, oh my God, the best was George Conway's Twitter thread when he was like, let me get this straight. You were doing fine. And then you decided that you were going to say the statements again. Not as president of the United States that you're getting sued for in the first place. And now you're not protected anymore. It's glorious. It's absolute moron that has zero impulse control. And I'm here for it. I'm here for it. Yeah. Okay, so because I know we have bombshell fatigue, we're just like is this a thing that's gonna? I know. But his Glenn kirshner and others are saying this and George Conway, I believe, said, this is beyond a reasonable doubt now. The amount of evidence we have just in the espionage case, and this latest testimony and we now know who it is, he was a White House worker that then went to Mar-a-Lago that any obviously initially must have lied or tried to cover up and then we have surveillance footage and other witnesses saying that Trump ordered him to move the boxes after the subpoena. You only think it's good evidence because he's on tape. Okay.

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Burnes shines as Brewers top Giants 2-1 to open doubleheader

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

Burnes shines as Brewers top Giants 2-1 to open doubleheader

"They were quickly falling out of wildcard architecture but the brewers righted themselves at least for now with a double header sweep of the Giants two to one and four to two Using limited offense but strong pitching Corbin burns started today by striking out 14 and 8 innings in the opener Having our schedule with 78 home games at the end of the year is definitely going to help us for this playoff push but yeah it's going to take some take some good baseball for us to get into it The brewers used 6 pitchers to hold the Giants to four hits so that I kept starter Freddy Peralta left after two innings with shoulder fatigue Check Freeman Milwaukee

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Jenna Ellis: Every Seat Was Filled for Trump in Pennsylvania

The Dan Bongino Show

01:34 min | 5 months ago

Jenna Ellis: Every Seat Was Filled for Trump in Pennsylvania

"But Donald Trump showed up and you were there How was the energy What did the crowd look like And is that not why they're trying to stop this guy They want to cut him off at the knees before he starts running again Of course of course that's the reason and they want to legally block him They want to add measures to the constitution that would say that some bureaucrat in Washington gets to choose for the Republican Party who our nominee is and who you and me have an opportunity to vote for in 2024 That should never happen That's not part of the constitution But that's exactly what they're trying to do And they're also trying to get us conservative to have such Trump fatigue that we just say fine we need somebody new because we're tired of dealing with this Do we really think that when they're still calling Ron DeSantis and not sitting down in Florida and a fascist and all of these other ridiculous terms that whoever the nominee is whether or not Donald Trump or someone else they're going to attack that person just as strongly and they hope that it's not Donald Trump because he's the only one who has been able to withstand all of this immense pressure and not just yield to it and not just say okay fine I mean when he came out at that rally I love Trump rallies have been to so many of them This one in Pennsylvania was amazing because you had 10,000 people in a packed packed stadium Don't believe some of the videos that were taken when people were still coming in through security or when some of the pre show was going on When Donald Trump spoke every single chair in that auditorium was filled

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Scherzer exits with side fatigue, Mets fall to Nationals

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 5 months ago

Scherzer exits with side fatigue, Mets fall to Nationals

"Max Scherzer was looking for his 200th career win against his former team but the Washington Nationals postponed the milestone achievement by beating the Met's 7 to one Scherzer gave up one run in 5 innings but left the game with a score tied at one due to what was termed fatigue on his left side If I went out there in the 6 and I got hurt there's no way I could come in here and let the guys in the face and say I made the right decision So better to be safe than sorry in this scenario The nationals took a two to one lead in the 8th and a solo home run by lane Thomas off Adam out of vino and then put it out of reach with 5 runs of the 9th Patrick Corbin won for just the 6th time in 23 decisions giving up only one run and three hits in 7 innings Time area New York

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"fatigue" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert

Ask The Health Expert

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"fatigue" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert

"Okay, what's been the unanimous thing over the last year? Stress. So I have an amazing adrenal fatigue expert with me today to talk about what that's doing to us. I think we probably have a pretty good sense and more importantly how to recognize the symptoms and then what is critical to do. What are the four things you must do? You probably doing three of them, but I'm betting you're not doing the fourth, which means you may be stuck a little bit in some of the symptoms. We've got you covered. Let me tell you a little bit about doctor Trisha pingle. She's a naturopathic medical doctor. And an expert on adrenal fatigue, and the physical impact of stress on the body. How did she get here? Well, she was struggling with multiple symptoms throughout her life that were routinely dismissed as normal. And she started digging around. She discovered naturopathic medicine and was able to eliminate her symptoms by focusing on the root cause of disease, which was stress and turning it around with proper diet, supplements, and stress management. And then she started digging around and looking with her patients and realizing all the stuff she was seeing over and over again had one common route to it and you guessed it stress. So that's what will be digging into today. She's the author of total health turnaround, which has sold over 60,000 copies, and she has been in on my body green, our buddies over there, eat this, not that. Health magazine and more. And by the way, we also have her cookbook you'll want to grab this. It's going to help you eat more veggies, deliciously, and you'll be able to get that at cha cha virgin dot com forward slash DR cookbook, and that is doctor cookbook. I'll be right back.

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"fatigue" Discussed on Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"fatigue" Discussed on Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

"You can read a romance novel. In autobiography you can read young adult fiction. It doesn't matter what you read. It's that it's something that you already enjoy that you can engage in that can lessen anxiety that can give your brain an opportunity to relax and recover from all the decisions and fatigue. And it's something you can do forever. It doesn't have to always be about sobriety if reading. Brings you relief enjoy that. I want you to make reading a part of your regular life. You don't have to spend the next fifty years reading about sobriety. The other part of this you guys stay this all the time. Life takes work if you want a great life and you want to be a great person than it takes even more work. It's not recovery. That's hard life is hard when we talk about that recovery fatigue. It isn't about the sobriety piece of the equation. It really comes down for many of us. This is the first time we've faced our feelings and our own drama and were actively taking steps to self correct were fixing the misteps of our drunken past and yes that takes time and energy and commitment and a lot of to have great success in certain areas of life. Great success in work great success building a family great success with education but we still used alcohol as an escape route. When those things felt difficult you checked out used work as an excuse to be absent from your home because you had to take clients out to dinner and you didn't have to face that regular life stress of dinner homework. Bath time bedtime connecting with your partner being supportive of your partner relieving their stress now as a sober person that escape is going. You have to actually face life and be present. That's why it feels hard. Not because it's terrible and you can't do it but because you don't have as much practice yet you have to do something a million times to get good at it takes practice all of these skills an actions and thought processes are when you stop drinking. You're feeling a lot of things your brain of having to make a ton of different decisions and it's having to think about things more because you're doing it differently and it gets tired. It doesn't have anything to do with recovery. Really when i started changing my life style with food and exercise. I went through all the same things i felt like. It wasn't working. I felt like. I should have been better at it or it should have been seeing different results or more results faster. Of course we always want everything faster. I kept screwing up my food because for so much of my life. I ate poorly and i love food and i love food. That's not good for you. It has taken me years of practice to get to this place. Now where i making healthful choices about sixty percent of the time and i feel myself getting better all the time but that doesn't mean i do it perfectly in. It doesn't mean that. I don't get irritated with the whole process. Want to give up and quit because it's exhausting. It's exhausting because i'm changing. Lifelong habits in my brain has to constantly be on in thinking things through in thinking about the consequences and always looking for shortcuts to make it a little easier. it's brain fatigue. Not food fatigue not recovery fatigue. It's brain fatigue life fatigue. So here's another way. I want you to think about this too. I want you to think about this..

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"fatigue" Discussed on Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"fatigue" Discussed on Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

"Life. Are you sitting in the problem wallowing in the negativity giving away all your power if your thoughts are this negative. Then it's no surprise. your brain is tired. it's exhausting. It's a total energy drain. When all you think about all day long or your problems your issues. What's wrong in life. What you don't have. That's exhausting. i had somebody else when time. This is another good wines. We're always talking about gratitude and in one of my coaching groups. Many years ago is price seven or eight years ago One of the ladies said she said how do you find gratitude for really crappy day. And i said well a really crappy days one perspective i said i would switch that around to thank goodness. This day is coming to an end and we have a fresh start tomorrow. That's perspective those are the things that we have to change right. If your perspective is always a downer in on the negative side it's gonna create feelings. That are a downer and on the negative side. And what happens when all your feelings are a downer when everything you feel is negative in harsh. It's overwhelming it's exhausting. What do you think is going to happen. You want a solution. What is your solution. Your go-to solution that you've used forever. It's a drink. This is the importance of really understanding those underlying issues in creating change on an internal level. Not just putting down the drink. But i have to create change in who i am. That's what wears you out. So what is this mental fatigue brain fatigue decision fatigue recovery fatigue. Whatever label you want put on it. You get to a place of feeling just like your brain just isn't functioning right. You know the brain fog. You hear people say that use that term all the time the brain fog or you hear. I've i hear a lot of women. Talk about Pregnancy brain and if you think about it it makes perfect sense that you would have pregnancy brain right because you're building a human being inside of you like this is a pretty big important job that your body and your brain or doing. There's a lot of things your brain is thinking about in that time. So it makes perfect sense that you would have some brain fog. It is trouble concentrating. Feeling like even the most simple tasks take forever Find yourself like reading when you're reading a book or yeah when you're reading reading the same paragraph over and over going over the same things over and over again. It's just mental exhaustion burnout fried brain. Whatever you wanna call it but it happens to all of us and it can sneak up on you in. Here's another way that this really relates to drinking and getting sober right because obviously your brain is gonna feel more fatigued after you've had a big stressful moment or something that you've had to really be thinking about a lot a really stressful moment. Which for most of us is be would be rock-bottom..

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"fatigue" Discussed on Green Wisdom Health Podcast

Green Wisdom Health Podcast

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"fatigue" Discussed on Green Wisdom Health Podcast

"Being so far being a diabetic. But you've got to be realistic. Some people are on Facebook, although it's down there. And they're showing what they're eating, it's like, don't be grappling to me, but you can't lose weight. I see the crap you're putting in the temple of the Holy Spirit and it ain't good for it. Diseases are deficiencies of NASA and might include something as simple as a canker. So we're dementia depression, diarrhea, dizziness, fatigue, halitosis headaches, indigestion, insomnia, yes, limb pains, loss of appetite, low blood sugar muscular weakness, skin eruptions, and inflammation. So that's nice. Yeah, but how many times on podcast I told you, don't judge off of a list because that list could also be thyroid. It could be vitamin D, you know, it could be lack of B 12 and B 6, but niacin is actually B three and I had a question. Another rabbit trail had a question the other day said, well, in your B 12 methyl supreme, you have riboflavin waters riboflavin do. Well, it helps with the mental get up and go also. And lack of that can cause dermatitis dizziness, hair loss, insomnia, so that B 12 methyl. Supreme, Janet knows the day I didn't take it. Yeah, you got to do it. And it has to do with the absorption of beat 6 paroxetine. And that's when it makes you happy because it helps the happy hormones or neurotransmitters across the blood brain barrier from your GI tract. But niacin also has a form of vitamin B three in it to determine it helps protect kidney function. Did you know that? It's a form of B three. That's a trap when she asked me a question if I said no, I didn't know that y'all would think I'm a dummy. And if I say yes, of course she thinks I'm a smart LA. So she asked me something. It's a trap, folks. Well, the reason I'm saying that, people always think nice and it's just for lowering cholesterol. And it does that. It's the detoxification of the liver and Bond fluids. Yes. Right. And now, with this thing of everyone being sick, I don't know where it's coming from and they can't get well. We're finding other uses for things we've had on our shelf that may not have been so popular, not that long ago. How's that? You could lead, honey, I'll dance. So you might want to consider adding that in because it's not just for cholesterol, right? There's not just for breakfast anymore. They'll add would say. And what's interesting about smokers? They say that in light of niacin and insufficiency of niacin may increase risk of severe disease. And interestingly, nicotine and niacin are analogs, meaning they can go on the same receptor site. Meaning they have similar means by which they work. In fact, successful nicotine addiction detoxification uses niacin to help replace nicotine in the body. So if you're trying to quit smoking, niacin can be a big help to that. And it may also explain how teenagers become addicted so quickly smoking. One research postulated that if a teens diet is insufficient and niacin, it would increase the body's craving for tobacco. Well, everybody's insufficient because our foods are pretty nutrient deficient. And now that you mentioned that, do you know what you have to eat to try to get nice and pork? Beef liver. Pork. To help meet a woman's requirements. Salmon. I'm gonna go pig hunt and how about that? Right, so there's people not wanting liver. So probably a lot of people are very nice and deficient. It's niacin deficiency can cause neurological symptoms and progress to paranoid and suicidal behaviors with auditory and visual hallucinations. And we're hearing more and more people that are having neurological problems. They're getting some sort of toxins in their system and then they get I'm trying to be nice. This will just help some detox. Some are, oh my God, incredibly angry and it's not their normal personality and it's like, well, okay, you're really toxic. And we're talking about friends and family and patients. Folks, you have to increase your nutrient levels so that your body can work in warp speed or getting closer to a 100% of what God intended you to be. Now is the time folks to increase your nutrient level and now really, really, really at times getting short now's the time you should stock up an extra month or two of these things. And now let's talk a little bit about melatonin. Melatonin is the other one y'all don't want to hear about because you don't want these wild dreams. Yes, you do. Well, doctor Lewis was taking it for an anti aging thing. So I started taking it also because I didn't realize it helped with the anti aging. And he's like, of course it does. I know. I look good for a hundred. Well, you start losing some of that when you get older and he read how it really helped start reversing some of it. So I started doing it. You get used to it. It's not like you, you know, if you increase, we've got some peppermint tablets that melatonin lozenges. So they go, they dissolve differently than the melatonin slow release we have that's a capsule. And if you start with like one of those melatonin peppermint tablets, they not only taste great, but they help you go to sleep super fast. And then you do have dreams, but like I said, they calm down after a while. But melatonin helps protect brain cells during these infections that seem to be around. And it's the flu season. Yes. And melatonin and niacin combination have added benefits if you're sick. At the time. So you might consider doing that if you feel like you've come down with something recently. Well, you know, one of the reasons is it has a greater range of effectiveness than say, vitamin C or vitamin a or beta carotene and those things are really, really good to take. So it's an antioxidant prevents the harmful oxidation reactions. It's also great for elderly. It means to look at you. I was just glancing your way. It changes your hypertension and heart attack, things, and of course, we'll get into that. I hope I doubt we'll get there, but can possibly reduce the risk of certain kinds of cancer. It stimulates immune system, plays a major role in production of estrogen and testosterone. Hey, hey, more testosterone. Yeah, it helps up with the elderly. It helps influence their circadian rhythm. She loves using my senior discount and it's like, man, it busted her butt when she got to use it when they had a really low number on that. Elderly discount,.

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"fatigue" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

The Highwire with Del Bigtree

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"fatigue" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

"Wear a mask so you wear a mask then you put a clock. The week actually is much better. Another corona virus that obviously jumped from an animal species. We don't know exactly how that happened. We have not ruled out the possibility that there could have been a leak from the lab. Should we have any worries about walking by someone on the street who may be unvaccinated. Not at all. I would have no concern. Walking down the street past the person who's not been vaccinated and even a person's been infected because the protection is really quite substantial. We do know that the science shows now that even people who are vaccinated and get a breakthrough. Infection can transmit all of the things that i have spoken about consistently from the very beginning. Have been fundamentally based on science so if you are trying to get at me as a public health official on a scientist you really attacking. Not only dr anthony pouch u. or attacking science. You have to be asleep not to see that. I must be a sleep. I don't think anybody's trying to get at them. I think they're just sick of them. And this is apparent in the in the headlines. This was already in april of twenty twenty one foul ci fatigue syndrome sets in as top. Docs sows doubt in vaccine effectiveness. And now this is recent we have a new rasmussen poll th ouchi fatigue fewer than half of americans have a favorable view of fao cheeky And it says here. The latest rasmussen reports national telephone online survey finds forty two percent of view fao she unfavourably including twenty nine percent whose opinion of him as very unfavorable fourteen percent are not sure And it's not really stopping with ouchi because here we had him come out again a just recently and talk about kids and school vaccinations. Even though we don't have the data for that yet. He seems pretty clear on it. Take a listen now that the vaccine has full approval from the fda the pfizer vaccine. Would you like to see it. Mandated for students elsewhere in the us and once it's approved for kids under twelve should it be mandated for them to you know. I know that a lot of people would be pushing back against that. But if you get the impromptu about the safety and the strong benefit risk ratio for the children when that gets established which i believe it certainly will by the fda in the. I believe that mandating vaccines for children. To appear in school is a good idea and remember jake. This is not something new. We have mandates in many places in schools particularly public schools. That if in fact you want a child to come in. We've done this for decades and decades requiring polio measles-mumps-rubella hepatitis. So this would not be something new requiring vaccinations for children to come to school. What might be new is requiring a vaccine for an illness that children are at zero percent risk of having any issues with. I'm so much. Scientists reported on that so many world renowned scientists saying do not vaccinate. The kids saying that you know the school environment is the safest place for anybody to be. They handle this virus so well that ends up creating her and protecting everybody else. You're only putting children at risk. But apparently that's where he's at so you know of course the world we're we're tired of it here. In the united states of america show the entire world is tired of listen to tony algae recommending things for children that they don't need including mass including vaccinations. I feel like they've been trying out wolinsky as could you take over this role. But as i've said before. I don't think anybody else's there. They may want to retire this horse at this point. But he's still the best got as one of the best liars the world has ever seen so i don't know what they're going to do about it yet. They have a changing the guard so to speak with you know getting in his eighties now and then. Fda acting commissioner. janet woodcock with all the issues. She doesn't look like she might be favorable for that position when they win. Biden doesn't announce a position for it but we were told this isn't about politics but that rasmussen poll that showed foul cheese. Unfavorable nece was seventy. Two percent of the people reported a favorable opinion of him were democratic. republicans That were reported about twenty three percent of the how Were favorable in thirty two percent. Were outside of the major parties agreeing with the democrat. So those are some interesting points just to keep in mind You know politics or not. It just seems like there's there does seem to be a divide that's happening in the country among amongst a lot of things whether it's politics or science or freedom or individual choice or medical choisir really weird that we don't share a values about Medical freedom health freedom across all party lines. It's just one of those issues that it's incredible how it's become so divided. And i guess now i draw. Chloroquine is no longer the tug of war it is tony voucher that finds himself not actually as the science sciences. He liked to be called but the political football clearly We're gonna watch how that all plays out if you like that clip and be sure to check out our live broadcast of the high wire every thursday morning at eleven. Am pacific time. You can watch it on. I tunes end twitter. We'll see you there..

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"fatigue" Discussed on Think: Sustainability

Think: Sustainability

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"fatigue" Discussed on Think: Sustainability

"My name's zoe set a kiss ski. And i'm a senior electra. At the school of design at ut and a lot of my research is around how we can visually communicate ecological issues like climate change and biodiversity loss in a way that engages people in mexican think about action that they can take and ways that we could adapt to live differently for a more sustainable future. So what is comet fatigue. And why don't we feel it. Yeah climate fatigue and eko anxiety. This lots of tomes for these things And it's it's very real. I mean i feel a sense of grief and anxiety often in the research that i do But i think what's really important is starting to accept and engage with those feelings and not hide behind them feeling the feelings it seems straightforward but when we're experiencing such lodge ecological shifts at a rapid right. Zoe explains that. We must reckon with the inevitable. Greif of that experience in order to create change. One of the. I guess the the incredible moments for me. We call it a disorienting dilemma was. When i'd been overseas i was on a research trip overseas in november twenty nine and so i actually missed the start of the those horrific bushfires that blackened seve knee and i arrived at after a month of being away and as the plane flew into sydney. I just saw the red sun that you could barely see through. And i felt broken because i was homesick. Can i was ready to come home. But i flew into a home that i no longer recognized. There's a term for the switches. Solis style and it's a feeling of homesickness for a place that you a still with eaton

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"fatigue" Discussed on UnF*ck Your Brain to Create Feminist Confidence

UnF*ck Your Brain to Create Feminist Confidence

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"fatigue" Discussed on UnF*ck Your Brain to Create Feminist Confidence

"Most people's bodies do not all again. Some people don't need that much sleep but like if you're someone who does if you consistently feel biological symptoms of fatigue when you sleep for hours a night wait. Why are you trying to do that. And you don't need to so the answer is that you are not efficient with your counter or you're having perfectionist fantasies about how much you need to get done. And why and that's an opportunity for thought work right so no i mean i would not recommend that somebody keeps trying new ways to only sleep for hours a night when their body is pretty clear with them that it needs eight. You is to ask yourself why you guys. It's not like any goal. You sat is automatically. Good why are you trying to do this right. Why you trying to sleep for hours a night wait. Why are.

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"fatigue" Discussed on The Entrepreneurial You

The Entrepreneurial You

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"fatigue" Discussed on The Entrepreneurial You

"Just we're not come. The body loses its ability to heal and repair itself arranged during Digested so your body is kind of wire to be in. Should equity to modes. You'll have the fight off light. Which is we're you have got that rush to do your thing like the type of people you own that we will rush to get your work done moving from here to there getting this and you know So so high too so busy trying to do so many things. But then as the day wears on bunny oughta be getting into a mode of arresting Preparing itself go. He'll i'd repeating itself are answered getting into that mode but a lot of times we don't we don't know why ains we woman dog from in the day because we were mentally. We are thinking this to be done. Oh i didn't do that. All i need to prepare for tomorrow on and there's always this constancy of looking ahead at doing more and mentally. We have not sought. Don't if the mentally we don't the body's going to follow also and we are going to suffer for it on. Nutrition plays a large role in the development of the healing of adrenal fatigue. I need to always remember that. Most people in our society are consuming far too many cover edges and not in a pure nutrients and good fast around so most of the things that really especially for persons on the go. They're fast food. Refined carbohydrates you with little fiber in the day. We're not taking good nutrients regna taking most of the of a natural food that will heal and repaired the mind body. This causes our blood sugar to be imbalanced so are taking too many cards into this. I love good good protein. Good fats that make it a balanced meal. Our blood sugar will become imbalance. The adrenals most work extremely hard to maintain our blood sugars stability and the modern that taxes into the limit iran so our agonized working to ensure that their blood sugar stabilized but with the way that we eat the body's not getting the necessary new chance that didn't need to ensure that our can can have stability as one writer would sit though we are looking at all or do we go about taking care of this situation. Do we heal our agendas. Aren't one right up putting that healing. Your agenda is more like a marathon than as screamed. It's a. It's a very cool shot. Stinson very pro fallen. Because what it is saying to is that it didn't help them to us overnight. It had taken time for this one. And it's definitely going to take time to be here. We have to slow down. We have to take you valuation..

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"fatigue" Discussed on The Entrepreneurial You

The Entrepreneurial You

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"fatigue" Discussed on The Entrepreneurial You

"That foremen stages of adrenal fatigue stress response and this is our normal response to acute stress. Our answer wind restaurants than the pros. Response that the body will give it. Its normal but then there is also the consultant are more did feeling of being tired but wear your fear the but if he is tired but steelyard your your your your goal mode. There's feeling golmud. Even though they're buddies feeling this tiredness are. there is stunned face. The fatigue trouble focusing mood as our irritability. Low sex drive and trouble sleeping. I must say from an experience. I notice that pilot about the sleep. We'll talk a little more about that but sleep is really affected. When there's adrenal fatigue berle note this is where the exhaution we're Irritability there's no one will ever lack sleep. Who does i get Just also once we are not sleeping adequate slain than the body is in that state of consent fatigue. Always so depression can set in zagged lose extracted. Brain fog and severe are more imbalance. I knew this is one of the conditions that happened with us. The the are moaning. Ballots comes in because of the i. Gina being on the such pressure because of the stressors. That's going on in our. What are some of the the common symptoms that will have their fatigue. We mentioned that particular upon waking with intimidation crashes throughout the day. So the fatty exists in any way that you went to bed and you wake up feeling as if you have not yet gone to bed. There's no refreshing sleep. There's no sense of purpose of dr. Oakland goal is. You're you're just going through a motion. Then there's a poor stress response mood riddick regulation so because there's brain fog you really cannot Deal with their problems in a way that you're ought to be dealing with. The debris does a response because the body when the minto status such that we cannot think there are mood is also Affecting the regulation cognitive issues. Something that you should have thought about something that you have dog. You're driving the quick decisions that needed to be made cannot be done alright. Simple questions are asked. You might find yourself not able to give a quick response. You might be able to you. You're maybe want to presentation and you'll find that you can up. Put your thoughts together.

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"fatigue" Discussed on The Entrepreneurial You

The Entrepreneurial You

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"fatigue" Discussed on The Entrepreneurial You

"You'll be able to get your fourteen day free trial so you can know it is for you and i'm sure you find that it is for you if you want to get all those wonderful benefits. Yeah so guess what. Today's a final final episode in our slowdown and live health and wellness series. It has been an informative and educational journey. Wouldn't you say i would love to hear from you about whether you've had the chance at least not episodes if not you could always go back and catch up and then we can talk about him. So we're closing out the season. The series rather with presentation by dr do an alarm lee who is actually manager path after going to so many doctors eventually landed in her lap. And she's been treating me. And i have improved significantly since then. Dr lamely will be looking at the very prevalent but of misdiagnosed matter of and fatigue. One of the things that of course. I was diagnosed with so stay tuned as dr lumley joins us with the topic of a gene fatigue. Why aren't more medical doctors diagnosing. Donald sergio namely is a natural health consultant who specializes in lifestyle diseases with a special emphasis on women's health without any further. Do as they say. Let us get into want. Adrenal fatigue is all about everyone. I'm dr john lumley. I'm a naturopathic consultant. And did i'll. We'll be looking at adrenal fatigue holier to slow down and to live. What is adrenal fatigue. I let me look at adrenal. Glands what they are are there is super glance. That's what they are called. And they're small triangular shaped glands located on top of both kidneys. I do not glands Armone that held regulate or metabolism aurora. Immune system or blood pressure responses to stress and there are other functions that do also and what is genetic fatigue adrenal fatigue of course as a result of chronic stress and adrenal insufficiency. So that is when it's not working. Well i'm getting this award that it needs. The bodily functions are out of work so to speak our adrenal. Glands are responsible for producing car to hartson is a hormone that hats. regulates your blood pressure..

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"fatigue" Discussed on CLEANING UP THE MENTAL MESS with Dr. Caroline Leaf

CLEANING UP THE MENTAL MESS with Dr. Caroline Leaf

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"fatigue" Discussed on CLEANING UP THE MENTAL MESS with Dr. Caroline Leaf

"You're processing through mind into brain and intra-party so it's an also mental. Fatigue is more than just having an off day. We all have off days. Mental fatigue is we it's prolonged and he's been a furlong series of things going on in your life that have lead to feeding the bat of you wake up in the morning and you just slip but you wake up and you just feel mentally fatigued or you kinda wake up sort of refreshed and the day starts and you mentally fatigued just the sense of heaviness in mental fatigue prolonged feeling and it's come from demanding conscious cognitive activity for Long periods of time k. Mental fatigue is actually an moma response. Tune accumulations here's the whole thing of prolonged and accumulation of challenging events and circumstances so that the boom-boom thing and accumulation of prolonged demanding challenging events and circumstances that have just been carrying on and you haven't been managed and it affects the mind because the mind is how we process it. It affects the brain because the mind processes information experience into the brain. It affects the body because the mind processes experiencing the brain and the body. Hey and so the full. It is a whole collective experience so quickly understand the mind. The mind is go three pots. Pay you get the conscious. Mind the non-contentious in and the unconscious mind and you also get the subconscious mind conscious. Mind men conscious mind sub-conscious mind we often hear i'm conscious mind and consciousness. Not a part of mine. It's a state of mind. So for example you get knocked out by a baseball bat or you have an anesthetic. That the unconscious mind. So that's a different state to state of mind..

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"fatigue" Discussed on CLEANING UP THE MENTAL MESS with Dr. Caroline Leaf

CLEANING UP THE MENTAL MESS with Dr. Caroline Leaf

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"fatigue" Discussed on CLEANING UP THE MENTAL MESS with Dr. Caroline Leaf

"Hi i'm dr caroline leaf and welcome to my podcast cleaning up the mental mace. Something that only to do all the time and something. I just want to say to you. That i think is so important and that it's okay to be maintained base. This is not an insult is not a bad thing. This is such a normal human thing. You like a little scientist experimenting and going to the day not knowing what's coming up so we literally are constantly have criticizing sort of second guessing an trying out things. And and that's kind of macy being alive and just proceed. Vincent experiences of life is process and turkey or case psycho neurobiology on mind. Body connection is designed for that. It's wyatt sets turkey located do that. The thing is is not to stay in the mace. The thing is to clean up the mantle which is called my podcast cleaning up the mental maze to hope you so all the natural things discussing and says and different concepts and things are to help you to clean the mental. Mace so in today's podcast. I'm going to talk about something. That i think is really important and will everything i talk about is important. This is really something that people are complaining about a loss at the moment and that is mental fatigue mental fatigue took ten teaming endemic fatigue and election fatigue and mental fatigue. I so many people saying what is this. What can you do about it. I feel mentally teeth so today's podcast unpack this weekend and give you a newer asako to help you to manage me teeth before we begin. I want to remind you.

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"fatigue" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"fatigue" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"Hello everyone and welcome to another episode of acupunctures now in today's episode. I'd like to differentiate two different between sleepiness and fatigue. Because i'm finding that a lot of individuals cannot tell the different viewpoint and that can be a problem in and of itself. Okay and it's definitely something. I can't problem. This will happen in the future but sometime in the future will end up when all social media platforms. That's why i recommend you. Follow us on every social media platform under acupunctures my life unless you're a twitter person in tat accu. I also advised to go over to our website acupunctures. My life dot com to peruse tons of information as well as awesome women's health series and acupuncture now blogs section. And while you there you can also subscribe to our newsletter. It's well now. I'm noticing when when Just in general discussion. Both of my colleagues and myself and this isn't necessarily just tied to patient This is in general conversation. Sometimes out you know go to dinner with friends colleagues associate and some will say oh lightning. I'm i'm just always sleepy. And i asked him to how they defining sleepiness and They're they're stating at hashtag with low energy motivation and their inability to fall asleep and a half to correct online not sweet. That's fatigue because fatigue. You must understand it an overwhelming and prolonged feeling of being sourced..

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"fatigue" Discussed on Your Adrenal Fix With Dr Joel Rosen

Your Adrenal Fix With Dr Joel Rosen

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"fatigue" Discussed on Your Adrenal Fix With Dr Joel Rosen

"Looking at probably you know maybe my lifestyle choices l- little not not drinking some her that kind of stuff And just really started to try to be the best version of myself earlier on and then trying to reach for all these quick sexes. I mean sometimes. We wouldn't have figured that out if we didn't go through that journey right so i've had people say well. I don't think i could ever change that. But that's awesome information. Michelle thank you so much for all the wisdom you dropped here as far as how do the listeners find out more about what you do with with with sales and with understanding their personal skill sets and confidence and mastery. How do we get in contact and find out more about what you do. Yeah so the best places instagram. And it's just my full name plus an extra h. So it's at michelle cavanagh and if you've got any questions and you wanna talk about sales or if you wanna talk about breast implants or whatever anything in between Please send me a message. That's awesome do again. Like i said as all included in my show notes on my website and have a link there so they can go directly to you but i want to be respectful for your time. Michelle thank you so much for everything you shared with us. And most importantly i wish you continued success on your health and life journey and look forward to hearing some successes along the way. Thanks sal. thanks for tuning into today's show. If you like what you've heard and you're interested to see if you're good fit to work with our adrenal awakening program. Here's what to do next head to adrenal fatigue. Society dot com forward slash apply and book an appointment to speak to our team. Here's how it works. We'll get on the phone about forty five minutes and get you crystal clear on three things number one. We're exactly do you want to be with your health. And where are you now number two. What are the genetic components that haven't been discovered that are impacting your health and number three. What are the environmental triggers that may be overlapping with these genetic components. Keeping you from getting optimal health. Remember getting your energy. Back just won't happen by itself. You need expert guidance to make that happen we've helped clients all over. The world transform. Their lives quadruple their energy and fix their metabolism. And make the world a better place to see if you can do the same thing. Head to adrenal fatigue society dot com forward slash apply. I'm dr richard joel roseanne. And we'll talk to you soon..

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