20 Episode results for "Fifty Thousand Dollars"

Ep 174 | Should a Christian Date a Non-Christian?

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

31:44 min | 10 months ago

Ep 174 | Should a Christian Date a Non-Christian?

"Hey guys happy Monday welcome to relatable today we are going to address a topic that I am asked about a lot should an unbeliever be dating a believer should a Christian be dating a non-christian so we are going to get into that before we do I want to tell you aim believers over time it is just as likely if not more likely that you will marry someone who is not a Christian and they will never repent and to actually fulfill that goal that you've had for yourself for a long time okay so now we are going to talk about this by very good educated guess would be that the answer would be yes it is a gracious gift not a guarantee that these nonbelievers became you have been thinking about small business ideas but maybe the one thing that's holding you up is the fact that you don't have the money to do it I would say that probably the number one reason why people don't go those of you who own small businesses know what a huge help that would be cabbages application processes online just take takes minutes to complete and get a decision ask any of those couples would have been better would your relationship have been steady your healthier more fruitful if both of you had been Christians from the start my guess who just don't believe the same things about the fundamentals of the faith should not be together I know what you're thinking some of you might be thinking maybe okay you're has provided over two hundred thousand two hundred thousand that's a lot small businesses with access to funding US oh give the money you need to run your small business today a lot of before lunch is just an average day when you are a small business owner some of you know that your time is valuable in getting the money that you need shouldn't take up all of your time that's why cabinet spelled with a K. created a simple modern way for businesses to access up to two hundred fifty thousand dollars of credit together and getting married and enjoying a wonderful long marriage after the non believing husband or wife actually became a Christian of course it's possible but I think if you the one who was a Christian and it all worked out in it's wonderful worked out for them you're thinking okay will that can work out for you as well and of course it's true there are stories of men and women so someone who's not just in a different denomination but maybe you are a southern Reformed Baptist and you are Dana Catholic is this relationship that Kajiado dot com and try it out you never know it could help you in this could just be the little budge that you need should go on my quick answer to this mostly to the question should a believer dating a non believer but also should to people who have very very needs or a couple that you know were together in one of them wasn't a Christian one of them was a Christian they became a Christian one of the became a Christian overtime because what I would say controversial topic should Christians be Davey non-christians and not only that should I be dating someone whose views of the Bible don't align with my own ever believed in that is a hard situation to be in and we're going to talk a little bit more about that on this episode is about why that is a chance that you who with a business idea that they have because they don't know where they're going to get the capital will cabbages here to help you with that go to cabbage dot com to get started that his k. a. b. different views of the Bible be relationship my quick answer to that is no Christian should not be dating non-christians and to people you don't want to take as well as some advice for what to do to avoid to avoid the situation what to do if you're in this situation and what to do if someone you know is you're possessed qualifies you can access the amount you need right away withdraw more funds whenever you need extra capital a cabinet has an a plus rating with the better business bureau in relationships or who are engaged I am not talking to people who are married well actually I am going to talk to you specifically but the advice that I'm going to give abouts a biblical option but I will speak directly to you like I said at the end of this to give you some encouragement and some biblical wisdom This this kind of relationship getting out of this kind of relationship is obviously not for you if you are a Christian who's married to a non believer a divorce is not in this situation it's all going to kind of be combined in what we talk about probably Biblical perspective I do want to clarify off the bat that I am speaking to people who are indignant only cited with when discussing this object is Second Corinthians six fourteen do not be unequally yoked with unbelievers and usually in this conversation context for Verse Fourteen here Are Verses Fourteen through eighteen together do not be unequally yoked with unbelievers for what partnership does righteous. Hi this is for those of you who are going on dates maybe you're in a fling with someone maybe you met someone on a dating APP and you're just like okay finally I've hit it up a hitter it off with someone and this is going well but I don't really know where they are spiritually this is the offer you someone who is in a relationship with someone who is not on the same page spiritually or who is engaged to someone who is not a believer even if you are planning to get married to this person this weekend this episode is still for You the verse that is most Common Unbeliever what agreement has Temple of God with idols for we are the Temple of the Living God as God said I will make my dwelling among them and walk among the I will be their God in Bay shall be my people therefore go out from their midst and be separate from them says the Lord and touch no unclean thing then I will what yoked actually literally means in a minute a we are to refrain from being yolks to unbelievers because we essentially essentially have nothing shane the person referencing this I in there do not be unequally yoked but they're actually very Important versus after this surrounding this I guess old timidly diametrically opposed we are going into very different directions we don't have the same perspective in the previous chapter of second welcome you and I will be a father to you and you shall be sons and daughters to me says the Lord Almighty so we are to refrain from being yoked out we will talk about at the end Paul explains that everyone who was in Christ is now a new creation the oldest past the new has come we've become ambassadors for Christ the same we are not just new and improved versions of ourselves we are new creations entirely that means that who we are is different a how we talk is different how median but now we are alive in Christ by grace through faith we have been saved we are children of God children of light airs of the kingdom the sons of disobedience therefore therefore do not become partners with them for at one time you were darkness but now you are Ernest half with lawlessness or what fellowship has light with darkness what accord has Christ with Belial or wet portion does a believer share with an I'm in with them yes we are all humans we all made in the image of God we may share similar a similar likes personalities political views but we are essentially act is different how we see the world is in should be different from the rest of the world a fusion's five one through ten tells us how you're supposed to act as but instead let there be Thanksgiving for you may be sure of this that everyone who is sexually immoral or impure or who was covetousness that is that or who is coveted Christian that is different from the rest of the world I therefore be imitators of God as beloved children and Walk In love is Christ loved us and gave himself his proper among saints saints is everyone who is in Christ let there be no filthiness nor foolish talk nor crew joking which are out of place after says we are no longer as two calls it dead in our trespasses we are sons and daughters of were sons and daughters have decided the lord walk as children of light for the fruit of light is found in all that is good in writing true and try to discern what is pleasing to the Lord himself up for us a fragrant offering and sacrifice to guide but sexual immorality all impurity or covetousness must not even be named among Keel as old what does yoked actually mean so in First Corinthians five nine through eleven Paul tells the church this I wrote to you so he's as I wrote to you in my letter not to associate with sexually immoral people not at all meeting the sexually immoral of this world or the greedy in the swindlers or idolatry alight in a world of darkness and we are not to be intertwined with darkness a now let us clarify some things because you might be thinking some of the same things that We are not who we were as Christians First Corinthians a six eighteen through twenty says you are not your own you were bought with a price we are that is an idolatry has no inheritance in the Kingdom of Christ and God let no one deceive you with empty words because of these things the wrath of God comes upon that we do not interact with and live life alongside people who are not Christians we of course are kind inhospitable with the hope of them coming I am naturally thinking when I'm reading these passages you might be asking does that mean that we're not to associate with anyone at all who doesn't share faith are we not to associate at all with the outside world to be Godly I'm talking about we're talking about friendships now we're not talking about marriage is in this case people say that Jesus was a friend of sinners yes he did dine with centers but church if someone calls himself a Christian and yet is consistently unrepentant in his his or her sin we are to dissociate with them but it is clear completely transparent with you as we're talking about this I am very much preaching to myself when it comes to when it comes to making the Gospel the center of all of my Relations Second Corinthians six that tells us not to associate with darkness it's clear that we are not to have intimate relationships and I'm talking about close intimate friendships too With those who are outside the faith and less I would say you can correct me if you think I'm wrong in less I would say as a method of ministry a win the goal is the Ospel and it is kept at the center of this relationship I would say that's less of a common friendship and more evangelism and it must be kept that way in order for since then you would have to go out of the world but now I am writing to you not to associate with anyone who bears the name of brother if he is guilty of sexual build this bridge between God through policy that we are not to partner with people in any kind of platonic or any kind of meaningful always with the aim of calling them to believe in repentance from sin not make them feel good about themselves but to save their souls and now I'm just going to be object I just want to let it be and so as so often happens when I'm preparing for these podcasts in and reading the Bible I am convicted coming together in a mutually beneficial contractual agreement it's not just even a romantic relationship culminating in a signed document and a ceremony it's is not just a lifelong commitment according to God who actually invented marriage it is an entrance into a lifelong covenant in which they are Genesis two twenty four describes marriage like this therefore a man shall leave his father and mother and the two shall become one flesh a husband and a wife or not to entities pray for the Holy Spirit to give me the strength and the grace to obey I pray that for all of us so as we finally get to what this episode is about Lettuce unshipped I don't do that with all of my friendships just to be honest and that is wrong that simple I mean I get lazy I get apathetic I get awkward I don't want to broach this kind of see Christ we pray for them we love them we serve them but when we go back to the passage into Fijian's for the tells us not to partner with those who are not in Christ in the passages physically the man and the woman are physically becoming one and spiritually and emotionally they start to share with one another the most profound part of themselves intimate relationship that he's that are of this world let us build this bridge into talking about romantic relationships if the Bible speaks to the wrong SF creating meaningful associations with the world in those in it then don't we think don't we think that that probably includes marriage is well of course it does like death which is the most sure thing in the universe it still feels unnatural to all of us when we see it because it's a product of the fall are eternal the spouses and the children that are involved divorce is a product it's a product of the fallen world which means it wasn't supposed to be this way it's kind of like polity agreed or is neither revile her drunkard or swindler not even to eat with touch one so bearing the name of brother would be someone who was inside the this is why God doesn't like divorce you can read Malachi to on that this is why divorces so difficult why it has such a lasting impact on become inextricably intertwined this is how God made it to be and if you become one flesh with someone while remaining divided and spirit in disagreement on or reflection of Christ and the church just as Christ lay his life down for the church so a husband is to lay his life down for his wife and just as the Church submits to Christ soul knows it's not supposed to be this way and so it is with divorce marriages were never meant to end the husband and the wife are one flesh and their lives I saw a wife is to submit to her husband there is gospel significance to marriage it transcends worldly understanding of loving relationships and reflect something eternal there is and there should be no more intimate relationship on earth and not a husband and a wife as a Fijian's five explains a husband and wife life just as Christ is the head of the church he is supposed to be leading their family in all areas including spiritually and if you are a life who was a Christian who was walking with God and you do not have the husband who is leaving you who was pushing you towards the Lord whose united with you in mission you will grow frustrated you guys about a company called cabbage in I am going to read you exactly what they do So managing inventory covering payroll doing one hundred other the stuff of the soul the matters of the heart the things of eternity heartache in heartbreak will ensue on I think this is especially true give that because he can't you will want to take the lead and you will know that you're not supposed to take the lead and while the holy you will grow resentful you will grow bitter and prideful and sad and angry you along for his leadership and he simply is not able as an Christian too this is just my opinion I think this is especially true for women who marry unbelieving men The Bible tells us that the husband is the head of the white appear is deficient in giving you peace and wisdom this will be a constant struggle for you and this may sound a little bit sexist but it's just the general nature into the religious views of her boyfriend or fiance or husband than a man is that just seems to be true from what I have heard but either way of men and women a woman is more likely to be open probably I would say and in general probably in general K more likely to be superficially because one of your spirits is still in darkness and that's a really big profound difference you may feel right now and raced and when you are not united on that front reconciliation unity is not only hard but when it is accomplished it will only be accomplished but do not mistake you're intense romantic feelings in your relationship right now for the Holy Spirit telling you to go oh against God's word the intense romantic feelings that you are feeling eventually will be less intense and you will be in relationship always better if you both have a gospel perspective but all meaningful relationships he is obviously in even especially including marriage a united but in the midst of all of that in the midst of all of the toughness that inevitably comes with marriage when you've got two people that sin even when you're Christians you will be sanctified of your selfishness you will be called to sacrifice you will have to lay down your pride more times than you'd like you will have to love when the other person in the midst of all of that at the end of the day all of your differences and disagreements are obsolete in the light of the hope that you share in that moment seems to you unlovable you will argue over budgets you will stress over your kids you'll hurt one another's feelings a you'll learn how to with the unbeliever when it comes to meaningful relationships at some point our differences are going to be so profound and we won't be able to work together where instead of automatically feeling these over the moon feelings I feel like I've said feelings a lot feelings of when you are both believers you are united in your belief in the Gospel and your obligation to repent of your sins your desire to be sanctified and to become more like disproportionate weight and it's just not going to work it's not only going to be effective it's also going to be pretty much impossible because they are going to be competing again in yourself with an unbeliever in marriage crease spiritual emotional and mental burdens that God does not want you to bear marriage between two levers is already heart it's already hard marriages already work there are sacrifices that you will have to make you have to bear one another's burdens when you feel like you Asian chips I'm not just talking about acquaintances and Mir business associations and things like that although I do think we need to be wise about who we enter into business with an active in this endeavour the oxygen need to be similar height they need to be as similar strength so that means also a similar weight or else the one ox is going to be carrying just one another rather than working in tandem so Christians when we are placed in partnership with those who are unbelieving are going to find ourselves at odds I'm in the Second Corinthians passage Paul is specifically referring to marriage he is talking about all meaningful relationships but as we've said if he is talking about all meaningful relief mm full an intimate relationship on earth that there is but what does it actually mean to be unequally yoked are literally speed in a yoke is this kind of wooden bar that joins two oxen together when they are pulling a load on in order for it to work for the two oxen to be successful in hintz romantic feelings in the relationship that you are mistaken for the Holy Spirit telling you that this is okay I understand I've had friends that have been there I've been there too don't have the strength or endurance to do that you have to forgive sins that you don't Wanna forgive you have to show patience when you feel like your patients is already warrant as thin as it can go you don't feel it and you will be choosing to love them because got his told you to choose to love them but you don't have the same guarantee from them the believer because they are not operating under build a marriage in a fee in godly way in that will be hard and this is when both of you are believers when you are on the same page spiritually joy to be with him at every waking moment you are going to be in a relationship as we all are at some point where you are choosing to love that person even when is that you have felt at least once the knowledge of the Holy Spirit telling you that this isn't right that you've had at least a couple moments where you've said what maybe maybe I don't want to dive into this maybe this isn't right but you've convinced yourself perhaps that it's fine that you can change them that at least there you can encourage them to read their Bible and go to church but it would be a mistake for you to try to be their spiritual guide the romantic part of your relationship is going the same authority as you and my guess is even if you are in this relationship Christian with an unbeliever where you feel these very intense romantic feelings my gas it I know that this is difficult my advice frio is to listen to the Holy Spirit is to not suppress that conviction I do God used you I am but know that you're the exception you are

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How To Communicate With Impact

Be The Drop - Investigating Brand Storytelling

24:09 min | 10 months ago

How To Communicate With Impact

"They say that all people often talk about about not being included or whatever and so I became a little bit empathetic to their cause and empathy to needs and I was able to help them I was always an outside I was the only Asian kid at school and over over time sort of expired a waterfall begins with one drop and look what comes from that superpower of storytelling Ted talks deliver ideas worth sharing but what makes one presentation more captivating than others we need so I got really good at doing this little sound bites that were compelling engaging and relevant and I developed a little bit of a practice in prices around that that then turned out to be really really helpful we're not talking did you point of view I started analyzing things like when people pause the video or Rwanda video and I would work at the behavior that happened just before there and worked out that there are certain characteristics and qualities human relevance to what we KINDA chief as an objective in today's episode but be the drop John Explains why we need good communication skills and how to develop them he sheds real examples and relatable you'll even Jag yourself a discount John Thank you so much for joining me for our next episode of the draw inspire and motivate others tell you learn how to tell your story I'm Amelia Vio director at narrative marketing and firm believer in the John has a rich history of helping latest engaged their followers and develop speakers to present by Ted talks and business presentations on Wednesday twenty third of October to present the latest data on podcasting trends from around the world I'm super excited to host this event and this and aspects of people speaking that caused people to engage or not with your contain and so I kind of did a little bit of micro debt analysis type thing and sort of developed the practice in programs that I have today so it's got to the point where some of my words and having unseated for MBA programs future forward and I'm one of actually allergies to show how stories affect us and how we don't do out pitches justice without them these John's version of Bay the drop would love to see you there head to bit dot lay slash Pod News Adelaide or hit the Lincoln the shy nights book and if you use the Card Heroes College an impact wisdom John Curator and Lawson say of Tex Melvin he's a communication expert a facilitator of growth and an entrepot Melvin role in terms of finding and helping speakers do the talks in eighteen minutes or less and so th that little process then became a little bit more scientific geek from the welcome to episode one hundred and sixty three of the drum a weekly interview podcast sharing stories from people nation is presented to us it's difficult to remember a string of facts instead people can nicht an IMF Thaad through the use of story to teach James Cridland Pod News Dot net editor an international podcast speaker is coming to Adelaide Dan particularly in something that's a motive and yeah go that emotional engagement and potentially fear anger associated with that yeah I uh-huh but as an engineer there was a lot of opportunity for senior executives and engineers to connect and engage so the opportunity to speak with the CEO it was a car real conversation one of those two things and how you bring those together I feel that creates the effectiveness of engagement and making sure people sit up and take take a stand and so in my someone else and I find that believe it or not most people are not clear and then they end up tripping over the words or not being clear or not being understood or if they say something no one does anything about it those groups to help them sort of find voice and so what do you think is k. then and you mentioned there people might have a conversation but then people don't from a personal point of view in terms of diversity background I was always outside I was the only Asian kid at school and over over time sort of experience so how do you empathetic connect but also then make it contextual relevant so how you position an idea then becomes just important as what you're going to say and so messages meaningfully to the people that they wanted to communicate with so it was two parts to that it's about getting clarity about what's important to you and how you might make that clearer might be to stakeholders what is it that we need to do sort of constantly tweak that message so that it's continually able to move forward and so that turn it into a speaking science that's one big oil from a communications perspective Yada you think some of the key things that really helps shift conversations action is one of those key things that helps people deliver a conversation in a way that can drive action yeah but I think the the I think the most people confused as they think that knowledge equals change and you know I think no question the education fundamentally changed the way the world works and no question work extended from all sorts of things from diversity and minorities from my background point of view but also youth youth at risk women in leadership roles and a whole bunch of things that they are able to achieve that in so it's really about saying the right thing and the right time to the right person in the right way and so that might be to one person it might be two groups of people engine my work in the speaking kinda ended up a little bit by accident but was that a necessity in the ninety S I was in charge of Y2K projects for people who are not remember what that was hurdle from a great communicator. You got that all in place you structured in such a way that they can understand it you place it at the right time how they're going to care so especially when where people have a message passionate about but don't necessarily have the platform or the skills or the capability to really connect so I've been working with and constrains them to achieve or move forward even if they agree with you so I like to break it down so in their world what's going on what's distracting them aching unless there's some pivotal moment so if you think about the pivotal moments of her radically changed the world it's things like Martin Luther King's I have a dream Lilibet that human connection and that human caring that drives that that motivation and so as communicators it becomes less about your information it comes a psychological construct in in an individual's mind about their ability to shave the change rather than the knowledge about that change very risky won't challenging change from your perspective or your experiences you know what are your thoughts on that yeah it's a bit sad but I mean dispose great change requires people to universally and simultaneously agree on a single aspect and so to coordinate that is a huge under thanks for having me I'm very excited to be here junior I'm an executive speaking coach but I'm mostly known for being a licensee and curator fatigues Mellon tell us about your career experience where'd you WanNa give it how do you cultivate that so that you'll moving together with them in that journey Ford and so that might be an empowerment thing absolutely beat people might nuri and understand something but that doesn't mean they going to do the the conversation that's limiting and that's blocking more about that human connection and that that human relevance to what we are trying to achieve as an objective and I love that and yet is it ought people often talk about about not being included or whatever and so I became a little bit empathetic to their cause and an imposition needs and I was able to help them articulate it might be a support thing it might be in alignment with their objectives and ideals and helping them through that there's a whole bunch of ways that you can do that but at the end of the day ah the people change just because it's logical and so what creates the empathy the engagement the risen to them then becomes the knicks we'll therein and so aligning will that then becomes part of the conversation and then part of the communication strategy that you might need to do to make sure that it so that's the first thing about getting clean because it's not in clear in your head then it's obviously not going to clear in someone else's in the second part is about getting your listener audience to care about what you're about to say catalyzing polarize them to move forward and so then just becomes an understanding of this site with your energy or momentum autism whatever and it's managing the social aspects of multiple stakeholders usually for those bigger type movements that's required and so again from a speaking point of view on stage is moral from where I work with but how do you create curiosity and intrigued for them to engage with the content in the first place and then it happens at three levels structural so we don't have the rules all processes or whatever to do that political I'm not interested in doing that because I'm quite comfortable the way it is and social which is really around what's an individual's motivation to contribute to the collective allows everyone before craft a message interact with an individual connect in a meaningful way and still keep to track then becomes the skill of great St what are the primary motivations what's their relationship with you what's their relationship with subject you're about to share and what's their relationship with the context of the world that they ring in terms of their belief to change there's a bunch of principals on nathe communicating general's not that complicated it's having something relevant to say and the ability to hold someone's attention and if you can't do one or the other that tribal instinct I think we biologically inclined to do that so I think it's a skill set it's a valuable skill set that I think we should nurture and cultivate storytelling I talk about communication framework not communication formula because the moment you start getting dogmatic about something is when it lose its effectiveness and that's when it gets annoying because that's when it gets predictable so storytelling and this is what I'd sort of worked out I designed to storytelling framework trouble but it's not binary it's trim you need to work out where you need to be on that spectrum in order to meet the expectations of the listener so when you're in a class that's the great first step to getting that next level of engagement there's a bit of a challenge the analogy I like to use is everyone knows you should we'll do lots of exercise but almost no one does it Tayla and there's a lot of things going on that is a lot of skill yeah it is it gets complicated but not untenable this and its resilience and its flexibility storytelling is not just telling something in a certain way storytelling about understanding what the audience is doing observing what you know what you do with different things and so getting people to do something is a function of understanding what motivates and drives them but also what limits but so storytelling tell me a little bit more about that as you know something you know why you believe it so powerful store feelings powerful partly because do you know if they're not interested in your topic how would you make that more interesting to them for instance it can even be time of day if you're speaking to someone Monday morning they're probably not relevant you shouldn't be saying anything next. One is context understanding where the listeners will these at and how you need to relate to them in a meaningful empathetic way so how they're responding and interacting with them based on that so even though one person speaking to person dynamic I think the ability to uh-huh Greenwich Conversation about climate it catalyze polarized people as a collective to move forward what stops that I find tips you simultaneously address those three aspects as you're communicating that message that then becomes I feel the driver or the biggest chance of moving something forward potentially change absolutely constantly changing if you're not you're missing an opportunity to connect and everything's about human connection storytelling in particular in my world a three specific things content what are you going to say now it's not content is king content but content that's relevant because if you have content your intent for that person do they believe it's a good intent and therefore are they more likely listen to you because intention is pure or good and if you haven't got your college someone else probably also the only has knowledge similar if not the same as that so it's not a differentiating factor anymore so communication is therefore a balanced how are they responding what's this what's your state and what do you want to do or need to do to make sure that they continue to stay engaged with that message which means host the challenge will be people who turn that into formula so they follow for instance Joseph Campbell's here agenda here's Janey literally to the point continual engaged you need to spend more time understanding the audience rather than getting whatever you wanted to say said the middle in order to achieve the expectations of the listener as opposed to I'm just going to say what I know because if you say what you know people weren't necessarily do it and we talk about human connection and if we've chosen all been ignorant not connect them we have the opportunities gone before even stop infamy I often think about that that we have as storyteller and listens if you turn up a classroom you expect to listen but no one expects to be lectured in a social environment so what's through they expect relevance than bone exciting dancing if you're an actor on stage they expect to be entertained that expect information transfer but where do you need to be as much as I understand that will great brands do really will at the environmental level do two things they have a strong position credit disproportionate amount of attention before you should eat we'll do lots and does it also knowledge is arguably because of the Internet largely free so if you have the disability what I what I call the five perspectives that caused some to stay engaged or not I find that this five perspectives that call someone to agree or you have a visceral response when you hear about it so when I say apple or this Tesla or Disney people have this responses to those brands versus any other more loot than Friday afternoon so contacts can be a whole bunch of things that environmental also that impact their ability to observe and the last one is intent which is what is the connection pulling rather than I'm going to start at a I'm going to keep going until like Zid and then we can both partways which is then just talking at someone rather than with someone so yeah and attention right it doesn't matter what your content is it doesn't matter what your context is because they're not going to believe you would trust you in the first place so it's about understanding that dynamic that makes the storytelling more storyteller that makes you lean in that you've you really as an audience member you are listening there and three undermine your message unim- on everything you have even though you message might be sound and the message like I said curiosity intrigue else in the market but the mock debates what people perceive of you so for instance at the moment there's a royal commission so if you're in banking you're not sane is the same light as you were and obviously then even with our listing there's a there's a two way interaction so what's the curiosity and intrigued unity crate because that opens the door for them to kind of explore the I think a lot of people do it the other way round like are going to say something and then I'm going to continue to say talk the end if they're responding if they're engaging if they're interested then using jobs in this area but even brands like Apple Tesla Disney do an amazing job you know it wasn't that long ago where if apple launched a product people camp outside the store without whether so how do you match that dynamic of what that listener is expecting so that you can unleash initiate that meaningful engagement it's only at that point aside twenty years ago if you're in banking nothing you can do it but that's the environment you're in next level down is organization which is what does that organization doing to distinguish itself meaningful engagement all those sorts of things the last level of the bottom level the most important one that supports everything's the audience and what do you need to do in order for I that's what credibility is established as well that's where intent becomes really important as well because if your trying to sell at someone it's off putting he's holding so that's environment from a commotion point of view it's obvious stuff market market size market duration which raises going what's the sentiment that's other stuff brands distinguished one of the first thousand owners you could pay upfront but you had to pay two hundred and fifty thousand dollars and it sold out so there were thousands does so there isn't a gap because if there's a gap this distraction and potentially doubt and both of those will undermine your credibility great what you're saying the first one is environment that's your world midst there will and so they need to believe that you understand there will your industry that went trust your message the problem is most people choose to ignore those top three lights and so what do we need to do or say and it can even be a sentence that addresses and I think great brands need underestimate the power of bottom up relationships and so what do we need to do to nurture that

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104: Fifty Thousand Dollars a Shave- Way Too Broad

Way Too Broad

1:07:41 hr | 11 months ago

104: Fifty Thousand Dollars a Shave- Way Too Broad

"Can you settle just like please i'm settled my gosh he's bobbins core he's been so nice okay he's coming back on my lap jack i'm gonna movement a couple of ice water also drinking some orange cream fizzy messy water also drinking some third calf messy water drinking hannah i have some areas i'm you know drinking while that's a that's a spoiler i'm doing my best to get there while also preserving the integrity of my future now messi set of saying what you're drinking or were you want a drink you just have to describe it in terms of what kind of messy water hello and welcome to way too broad a show and tell program for really really ridiculously excited grownups ooh australian y'all i'm really excited for this week i got we got some exciting things to talk about i want time really good description of what you're drinking without saying what you're drinking thank you guys washington we're eating this cafe and they had this big vat of ice water in the next to it they had this big vat of ice water well time i also have a feeling that this week is somewhat of a sleepy friday edition 'cause i'm catching sleepy bye ribes from ben and i am certainly sleepy with cucumbers in lemons limes at it and i was across the room getting myself a cup of of this fancy ice water august cat who lives under the ladder and hannah's ladder collection my ladder collections secretly has been a ghost collections risotto tired you fucker really really good energetic mood i excited you're gonna care fancy water and she goes did you see water all on water drinks are but i might be projecting mice deaf tired i'm in a really good fucking mood kellyanne serves in a bad mood he cow water over ice with messy italian concentrated caffeinated water mostly water it can get into that area because i think that europe i read drinking okay i'll just tell you drinking i'm drinking d. c. c. musical which was amazing that's the sound mazing thing but we when we arrived in in DC after driving to baltimore warn everyone if there's like weird noises is probably my cats elaborate now go scout and we did that for the rest of our yeah it was really very efficient i would say much more efficient signi five minutes it does which which makes me feel like maybe that's justed maybe that's like body water bleach yeah no liquids i think messi water needs to not kill you if you drink it it needs to be ah release mostly water diarrhea though yeah it does yell over at drake and she's like yeah and i go regularly or fancy water ngos what am i go regular cut mostly water description as you end up on the best one i think was SNL gets you don't wanna be guessing whether someone's talking about a potable liquid or p but pillars also windex and to communicate that i wanted an ice lot but we did get ice law taste eventually and they were very they're very i'm hannah and these are my co host erin ban higher hey han hi ben hello okay what if it almost kills you to go and get get they think about water conference listeners way in land weighing waters yes definitely yeah so we went to not really DC at any i guess we probably were in the DC city yeah yeah messy larry accurate yeah so what are you drinking bed yeah just have two cups clean water regular water clean water water clean water messy clean water it is still messy water because you can't technically throw up a lot do you experience no i'm saying what if there's oh cool so everyone start using messy water instead of all those other that other massive words because not useful as not as useful as messy you know there's almost no form of messy water that you'd want to make in your car almost no form have you fluids and your girlfriend dumps heat because of it will be messy water yeah i mean like if you had a sodastream in there yeah carbonated messy water had to check in so we went to this cafe where the messy water was at the original messy water and it was called the new deal cafe tell the other funny thing but yeah we had a great time we ended up staying okay can i talk about the greenbelt yeah oh you know i don't i've never made any kind of messy water my car gaff is on the way to her biz you know quid makes you throw up a lot is it still like was that you're like i've had people still call it or any dairy liyan except apparently sometimes they have like a full-blown meat burger surly erin and i stayed in our hotel was in a city called greenbelt and we had some time to kill before we like i have no reason but to trust that person yeah they seem pretty trust wow i couldn't even get a fucking egg and there were about that cafe oh so like online it was like vegan like plant based like completely plant based said like plant based on the front of it but they had action in their menu that just said like listed off a bunch of different kinds of burgers and so i ask what they use for the burgers and the the waiter the strawberry lemonade fizzy messy water well this is one of our up front so would we were handed iran iranians brothers had sp brothers joke a joke that was technically a job so weird according to the person who works there like seawater ear out your messy wanted thing yeah at the airport aaron he came into the airport why am i saying airport so weird weird i came into the airport because i really had to make some messy water or blood body messy water olivo auguin it's pretty pretty hardcore avoided actual DC back to the suburbs and air bjarte yeah definitely in you did it like that wayans brothers wasn't the joe yes those also good i like that so strange so i found out later about that place that it's a it's a like customer owned coop like you like there are like here's our late show meaty greasy like that i think of light it's amazing i just ah except for like beef burger which we have sometimes and i was like this is like reminds me of like those like a sort of manufactured suburban places that that we're like a thing i was gonna make messy water in my vehicle had picked up so i did that at the airport i was like oh beyond beyond burgers sometimes we have a full meat burger but i don't think we have it right now what how you get into that club you probably have to live there but but yeah at a restaurant new deal you ordered a copy and they were like would you like any soy milk or almond milk in her coffee and they didn't they had a brunch menu and they didn't have eggs there once i own it we noted there's a group of like kinda like member customer people who like just own it together i don't know the government as part of like the whole new deal thing looks cool and it was supposed to be like the ultimate model for like a what are the conditions when you do have it really could burgers at my house like i cook a lot in meat i love meat i love cooking meat but bird in the thirties order were and yeah we're looking at all the plaques and stuff there was community building that had this really weird like almost like egyptian looking big panels of like civic duty stuff van in the thirties and so i was like this is interesting research this when i get home and it turns out that greenbelt maryland is one of three cities that were bill uh cafe which we didn't think much of the name at the time but as we're walking around green belt merrill it was very cute and and stuff like it was a nice little like downtown area but it was interesting that like that was designed and built that way i like it on the sides of it and everything that we could find everything had like a plaque in front of it talking about when it was bill and it was all built around the same like few years and it was like a hundreds of people applied and they only had like you know let i think maybe less than one hundred like houses to fill when it first any senses by the government by like by progressive engineer names and then you had to apply to be part of the city actually was part of like it was right dead center in the middle of this like this down that was built for it was like right across the street from a movie theater that they built at that time and stuff little weekend trip we did was so it was so nice we saw a kitten before the show the show is fucking incredible edible did the new deal cafe remind you of that at all like did that spring to mind the new deal now at the i actually didn't know the new was there was something strange about it laying but i wasn't really picking up on that as much as hannah zoos really like the new throws when i can i really looked show kevin yeah i definitely like made a joke like now go into that wendy's and then we and then we both laughed and then we realized we just missed the turn because that was and then like a lot of spaces where people could like wide places people to walk without having to deal with cars and stuff and like actually was it still i remembered randomly last night that when hazel was i found she couldn't meow through i mean we have to drive all the way through it might happen oh i like it yeah yeah so anyway that was interesting we just like landed that was a coincidence hi it's called green belt is that it originally was built to have a green belt all around like the main center of of the community and then so that the as you just mentioned that are used beverages or all liquids what do you mean like what's another kind and the there's like this i forget the name of the website let me find it real quick there's this like pet kind of to weird place for sodastream how can this guy that could life ego on the go i like yeah that's really cool it was the first one it was the first one i thought it was really keen of hannah to like pick up on that i took pictures from the article and put them side by side with more recent pictures hazel that were similar after's it's just is so cute thank you it was part of it like it was part of the history of the place but it wasn't the thing that made me start thinking about it means more like the uncover name in that way because it's like we're the new thing 'cause veganism being popular new thing and then also is built in town created by the i think it might have been just only mildly separated from its fabulous stride kitten yeah how did you see the guy who the philly guy who the video of hazel when she was a kitten in that article and she so fucking cute and then also like she does was found she like right away was climbing on the woman who founders nameless jackie his climbing on her shoulders and like wanted to cuddle real bad and first thing that popped in my head when you said it well we thought the new deal is a new deal on veganism which isn't completely sometimes full beef burgers perfect what not a not a city city is not the right word they were trying to get out of the cities today or something yeah exactly yeah like utopia so it's like that's said right when you're right you're right now you're in you're right oh my goodness my voice to learn is philly shit in my life that's pretty amazing l. and it was kind of like an article and also a way to promote this cute kitten who was up for adoption and they talked about how like right when right when she and he was the eagles while he was being interviewed as a hero for saint people he was like people were like website with the foxy called pet kind of it's called family family pet dot com and they wrote an article about her called strike hit in lost her meow when when did you sneak why and how that in just a striking all that stuff still like she now that she can she can definitely meow now but it's still a little bit squeaky and she's still like yells and she wants attention when she wants to cuddle she'll follow you around elling and also she loves to climb on shoulders and so nice i'm last also got sentimental and posted a thread of like today that they're gonna try and slash payroll which means might have to give up one or more of the core team from the twenties injury tax or something where if you're payrolls too high you have to pay a fine on top of that to the league or some shit like that and the red sox had the they had is like trying to yell and get attention by yelling and then like by after a couple of days she started to squeak a little bit and then start a squeak all the time as just like number one they're a bunch of pictures this year people they fired their GM also and then apparently the owner announced yeah coincidence yeah that's very cool and that it was kind of strange to to get our hotel we had to drive through wendy's drives season already before it started then does that mean they can't world series those they can't even they just were bad thing where in baseball where if you if you pay your if this person on i've got a fresh gay haircut for it i am excited a bunch of rambo things it's on the rainbow bro you mentioned a couple of days the highest payroll in the league twenty eighteen i think maybe this year to the start of the season so yeah they had to cut they're cutting stuff 'cause they're tired of that is it good to have you do you know it's not why specifically but it's definitely gonna be worn tomorrow not like under everything like it's going to be you like help save people from a burning building or something and then while he was being interviewed may he was he's a an eagles fan and like managed to throw in how upset you know jeff obviously not you know the only thing but yeah that's that's definitely a factor you know there are so bad both of them are so bad cricket care these people in their sport people love their sports in their stores et people mentioned are caused the red sox have been eliminated from the post uh-huh they released drive into the newsroom but yeah that was a it was a great well dang i'm going to the last game of the season on sunday like it's going to be pretty sad header playing the orioles are just really really bad too uh-huh who else says upfront i haven't upfront thing to mara the veto yes so we hold it in september because it's quote unquote less hot it's going to be a high oh is pride in a time of year i know i know on everyone to beauty the code and why she can me out because in this picture she clearly a little baby owl and in rhode series which just folks that just seems like a not a way to win the world series next year or came and get in through the whole like there's a on throws the ball and then percent it it's so weird no there's a thing called i think it's called it's just gonna be maybe they'll win in probably but it will be even sadder they probably won't even be playing baseball they're throwing catching him and then he likes looked at the cameras like unlike aguilar which is like the name of who received on the truck i'm not gonna say it really can't being in your decision to buy barbara this mattress about from it's from lake that lady who said that in the news tomorrow air global warming it doesn't exist anymore i'm a global warming but less hot doesn't eh i do want to also we told more of a story about the place where we stayed than the musical itself but like just to emphasise take a lot but then it evolved into like like i think she's in this music dan i'm i'm excited for this musical but i'm nervous that i'm not gonna like the songs as much as when basing them because she's got such an amazing soga really fucking amazing and we sat in the front row which like yes was awesome and paid off in got pull at the closing number you know did you not beat myself up for not having a new deal wonderful together it was amazing to hear she's so good at building these harmony she's doing with loop pedal for so long but then you had the chance to you know spread those harmonies out across so i'm trying it's it's been hard to it's been a week i'm not going to beat myself up over not having eighteen people like it was amazing was it or was it was there a book also it was a buck did she write that uh-huh yeah he wasn't listening organization do beat you up for motivation to get your deal done yeah and it was directed in good like it was it was really good and all of new songs like we didn't recognize it's like that's what we really walked in thinking but like the entire cast was so incredible like there was not like a weak link in the entire thing they also everyone needs to see this as a goal yeah i'm trying to get someone to put it on cape cod i haven't i haven't gotten into the nitty gritty of that yet okay when kylie was in DC recently she went and saw cirque du soleil show with some of her coworkers and as part of the show the cast recording 'cause they're like i that can't be the first and only time i hear them like they're raising so agree agree i kept kind of like as a soothing mechanism can it be like she's going to be in a she's going to sing in it we've found opportunities to bring that up to each other a lot so it was also like eric and i were both the reason we started talking about that with because we both were like more people i want to reach out john i just haven't had time yeah no doubt hana's like wheel and deal in it actually with be said was like full support we were in maryland i was hanging out with a lot of cats and one of the cats bernie has really great beans and i was just touching his beans and and so like kylie will when when whenever there's an opportunity to say wow shall i say a couple times like as she described the about three that we did recognize and then the rest were like new as awesome wait for them to to come out i i'm hoping then maybe myself up for not having a new wow wow wow wow wow it's a bunch of little rapid succession little ones was the big dance thing and we pulled up on stones danced with the cast and with be and it was on and so that's what happened to me wow wow that's a really left to say yeah try to actually try to have tried but i have more stuff to nail down this week he can't he can't blame me because i think it's i think it's still counts my obsession is the bond is that i fucking love i would little squeezes little beans and just say out loud over and over again you know where they're being i kept saying out loud to myself you know where they're being get episodes and just send in the scenes like in the interstitial parts of eliciting stuff up this one the one of that show apparently like i said the word wow allot in a really funny way it was so fun actually was in the same we were laughing we were laughing at hand well we're just here tonight let's do a story about the word while oh my when you lose like like snapped it was like i don't know what you're saying man it's just really funny experience where like also start doing like weight i wasn't actually i wasn't even there but i'm sitting example it gives us a recreation of the fifty two that's a long time ago said hannah said it you said it it was about that would be just about a year changed the way i said yeah i certainly think to it i guess on we were in maryland uh-huh wow window search association says there's always kind of like one clown type person at the beginning who usually is the only one that speaks at all and they kinda like are always kind of doing something erronous i oh wow okay issues like trying to get it like say it in the way that he said it or did he look he he spoke with the word while totally though i kind of like that like you up different inflections and do them all in a row funny speaking of like saying an inside joke to yourself while uh but i was listening to head chrissy teigen on to talk about her new cookbook yeah that was such a fine episode two here view style it drives me up a wall when somebody asked some you know has specifically had somebody on to like get their expertise their opinion apetite food cast that apollo hopes it adam rappaport the editor in chief and wine person on there that was fun the my only gripe about it and i will say this but i find this a lot with a lot of podcast hosts in that interview style like i can actually have a constant stream no matter who it it's amazing there was an episode where i felt like i might have been predicting but i felt like the interviewee was was feeling a little annoyed about it but that was ends or thoughts about something and then like asks the question and doesn't wait for them to finish like interjects with like his thoughts does it's hit or miss reporters is like really jovial and enthusiastic and kind of sounds like he's salivating just a little bit like like an appropriate only like one a one time that i felt like one time about it one time otherwise it's been just really delightful at his face andy what's his face has been on there you know chris who's one of the shafts just like all of the flips that throws listening to it while i was driving around and then i listen to it a lot yesterday when we were coming home and is just a frigging delight you know it has wears harshest critics for mates he calls it bon apetite and i was like i'm not going this is like my new main fave at this moment i like him a lot oh i watch the news radio by the way what you think one a year back because i wanted to listen to more fall ones because i was listening to someone's in hearing all sorts of great semi recipes that i can't make any more his apprentices kind of like fading out i'm just wild wild wild ride is a good is that rappaport isn't interrupt there're he's just i'm not saying i'm an interrupt your certainly but in that inner i see him being an interpreter on his little does and stuff it adds up i'm really a fan of chris lately so there are a lot of this thing yeah they've been shorter for a bit who's he have on usually i says the circus soleil show and so it's like a reference that's kind of only for i finally let's remember that at all you know out when he's talking about this food so i like it that's cool that's cool dopes yeah i could i could definitely talk about like just like everything she's amazing carlo lally music is has been on there several times fricks on it who have been watching videos for and so it it just feels like hanging out with this fricks when it can't be looking at a screen oh oh speaking of fucking investing in content did you see the video that just came out oh so far brad claire haven't been on yet that i listened to but they had her hegemony a very code something that means they only eat chestnuts their whole lives i think they shouldn't be cooking it is really impressive like i mean i new episodes of listen to so far i listen to one this morning he had it was an old one so while finishes listening to ah say wow we could end this thing right now sometimes it's really bad some as chrissy teigen you can't interrupt her she liked this team roll through you so i really but there was wildly successful for them and i think as such like their content is getting so flynn good on whole of their platforms so goes i mean they've got almost five million subscribers and it's really one of the one of the things that has been like i know you as a fifteen hundred dollar how that's kind of that's kind of the main one wow wow let's get into it let's let's get into it i i i got an email about it i think but i haven't checked baz they saved watch later it's done she looks good thrilled that's a good series they should watch it i will absolutely watch that that is that is definitely thing it's like a fifteen hundred dollar a pound or something or one hundred dollars a pound dollars now at the you know the series with molly that's where they like have learned to do with thing no oh i know of it they're the latest one they got the hundred and fifty dollars if you're on the train going south at miles an hour i'm glad that you're helping them get it yeah me too my time yeah that's my session gave me a call you know it's funny guy an email from mona today that says get to know us and yes they're also part of maybe miami i mean they're probably making a lot of youtube bad money oh because of you guys have other youtube channel but it's like a whole proper thing like they've they've i mean it's a whole it's a real thing yeah there you too molyvann listen i love shirk heater i would love to to get a big piece like that visit good podcast thing that we set out to do yeah that is what i meant i'm just saying that that was expensive series to do or episode to do yeah and they can do it because they've been just on their bullshit yeah lag of ham displays hundred fifty thousand yeah it's nice to hear this fricke so check it out you like it out check it out all right then is next just really all over you know when it first happened that i got was getting into bone FTE i was like how do they afford this is it here we go soeda minna riot i'm getting this great magazine for fifteen dollars a year now like oh yeah they're they're doing maximizing revenue ev arose hooking army yeah here we get only that bad so i will do it i think hundred fifty remember is very expensive to two million dollars even like go and find it at my watch later section should reminded me here because nothing's called nothing's call talk about it on pods no i've never heard that it might have mentioned it as an upfront thing now slice little shave dollars really good for all of the people that you talk to you can like thirty reliably except ben right now despite my pleading with him for the joe but we did a bit goes we did it for the vine yes my maps sh- nation the order that we did drinks in ben is next we fucked up the drinkers then we didn't fuck up and actually it was necessary it's all about the show stopped talking it's awesome starring john goodman and roy i've never heard it in my life it's a it's a it's a danny mcbride thing you mentioned it wasn't taylor pam going miles of dollar backwards chest contracts dollars it's true i do feel like he usually plays like asshole characters that's probably why i feel like he's a national continues though okay that's eh well that's great yeah i think four point four six million fifteen thousand dollars and bingo you're kidding adam devine from workaholics and other stuff you don't like him is that is that fair what don't you like him maybe yeah and it's called the righteous gemstones what have you heard of it sure they've got a group they've got their anchor grew they're all crew occur true grew the public access station she was really she that character she was playing was basically being dip but she is from you you know what i was thinking about that this weekend about that's a place there's a place in your brain that whose function is to store haven't talked about what awesome i'm sticking to it a great great obsession great podcasts yeah and she was also in the between two ferns movie she played like the the the boss great i said blackmailing not bribing yeah i don't know what is wrong with my head today i'm very tired i was looking and then also stars eddie patterson who is not as well known but she's not on comedy bang bang a lot and she playing really fucking hilarious character named being done and she is like outstanding in the righteous gemstones i think she'd should get an emmy for it she so good it's about his but there's not ads in them is there i think i'm pretty sure no i'm pretty sure watching every time in your brain of like what things you've told the who crazy it's crazy it's pretty good for what it is it's remarkable and this is kind of like the aftermath of that of them trying to keep everything together walton coggins also in it do you know him because he did bad thing i'll let you watch the watch the show yeah blackman it's a it's a it's a comedy television program it's i'm sorry it's not TV it's HBO unseen anything where i found his character likeable did you see workaholics role he certainly wasn't likeable in that i don't think any of the created it and part of writing it and you guys know dente mcbride is right yeah you're going to see all your friends that were just like in the midst great gestation what's bad about like an evangelist family like it's basically like loosely based on the baker basically like a super rich television israel he's always really good but yeah and also there's like a whole i mean this is all like the i like the whole blackmailing is like the letter x. musical which is beset wells musical which i don't think has the worst the musical in it was fucking amazing thing that's kind of the main driving plot is someone is blackmailing danube-rhine characters name is jesse gemstone is the eldest child of the family yeah i think he recognized if you look him up he's been in a lot of things just he's one of those faces that pops up everywhere family and before the events of the show the mother amy lessons gemstone so i told her i just gemstones amulya gemstone like the matriarch dies what you told who who you told what you're it's like an index there's a whole index uh but like generally it's pretty spot on continue bed i've never i've literally never drag it's it's bride show so you didn't make having deja vu though like i've heard of it but i could have just heard of it elsewhere i don't know that being a little smaller than normal no no get tired heads shriek it's our ed's released and like i was planning on putting into my computer but like on a whim i plugged it into the USB thing in my car and it like extremely wealthy televangelist thing and just like very obviously greed driven but yeah so anyway i was gonna say i when we were at the at the show this weekend last weekend like mainly focused on the comedy aspect of it looks gets really great i like it quite a bit it i bought this like USB card thing that had on it all of beast ed wells music that she has like so far i think there's an element there still some serious somewhat serious drama in it will even the production i mean like by danny mcbride needy patterson that just get stuck in your head for days after you hear it beginning of the episode all right he say who lives under your ladder collection okay that makes sense i didn't either but lay but like something like a like more on the like totally absurd aside like that that like leans heavily how much either so i don't really know how it compares honestly but it's definitely a speed definitely super over the top and end when so when you say like danny mcbride show and the actors that you've mentioned most of them would i think of is something like well i never actually watched eastern no no it looks the way that it is shot makes it look a little more serious than something like he's i haven't seen i haven't why didn't watch eastbound and down or vice principals this other kind of big show nice to watch it yesh it's got a song unoriginal song called misbehave in that was actually written indeed back or something in my head goes cat hello hello hello hi yeah i never really believed like i know technically that the that streaming something from online makes it like less sorry i never been particularly noticeable until this moment the righteous gemstones do y'all look source that oh my gosh speaking of songs getting second your head for days some okay sorry i'm getting like weird in those ghost caddy didn't meow or here how it goes cat only dollar properties and other some other things he plays he plays eighty patterson's boyfriend who make the kind of own lena five fifteen hundred time just because the audio quality is like so much better ESPN under me neither my gosh should i turn komo just immediately started playing like a c. n. made me so happy and and can i tell you i'm hearing all new dimensions of so many of her songs that i've known for a long time gives it like less fidelity to ever how great is embarrassing only somewhat progressive character in the show and just like he's very funny he's he's a funny character but i have to let him talk that's funny because we're all in different states like is meant to california and i'm in north carolina plot something on twitter there's like a decent chance that session okay is it tells of magic faulk if i tell you it's a it's a no i am i know you are i don't go away my okay you hear my guard tell us i love high nervous i was so nervous that it was going to be bad hi i'm very proud of ben yeah we're proud of ben yeah yeah he's good brother but no i was worried because wins because it's been ben and i seem to have bennett szeswith ben i'm going to watch that that's my shit it's done do your thing now under foam except up wait ago aw like that one yeah i like that song and and we've only so we played the first you start off in like this garden and you play goose and there's they're here the designated buttons that you have you have he's fine he's he's he's comfy okay so untitled goose game it was just a ghost in a ladder why would jack see it wasn't a cat jack helme seek it was a ghost cat like much you can do it he did a good job lay down please push him yeah i was nervous the bennett are going to have the same session because like bannon i seem to run in similar twitter circles and like usually if i'm seeing it's a switch game is it fire emblem no ben is it switchblade is a game for the switch it came out sometime in the last couple of weeks i think and we bought it tonight so game at enough that's a game sought a game is the last part to trailer no that was really exciting to this week they released in fifteen thousand saloons twenty dollars a pound awesome to see more of the scream so basically you're just like you almost immediately goose and your whole the whole game is just like you trying to figure out like how to fuck shit up in these specific ways i love it's untitled is on title a lot about this because it's called untitled goose game i saw a lot about this actually i shouldn't have been because you're not really twitter anymore ben but like sean i'm not sure that's true you were off it for a while right yeah you have a one lane makes you like lower your neck so you can pick up things that are low on the ground or it's like kinda makes you sneakier oh can't see your head sticking up you have a run button but when you run your little feet like slap on the ground so you more noticeable mike have a picnic to get get the groundskeeper wet like all kinds of mischief it's fun because it's sort of a stealth game 'cause a lot of the time the things that you need to move around if the people the humans in the game see with them they'll stop you obviously can move around with a joystick waddell around on your little goofy yeah and the animations really cute to you have a honk button state for the last two now so weak after kylie's birthday before oh wow well i guess you know what you're getting her easy peasy as peasy it really really like about it which you can kinda here in the trailer is this sound design like other than the like slapping feet instead well you have a one that makes you you're able to flap your arms out or your wings wings for when you're moment that a human is has noticed you like whatever whether they're angrier whether they're just afraid of you or whatever they it's you start hearing music take him back but then that's also really fun because like you can some of them like get scared of you when you honk at them or like it's just the list of things to do that is given is like like it looks like a shopping list that was written by someone was really neat handwriting but the things on it range from affleck one year not on any humans radar like when you're not being noticed it's like pretty quiet like you can basically just hear yourself walking around but the yeah i know absolutely nothing about it i just people excited for it and learn goblin giggling can hong like for yeah or like rake in the reagan the pond like where you have to it makes you look bigger and i think that's only able to zoom in and zoom out button which helps when you're 'cause it's kind of a puzzle game so if you circle around human enough times you could sneakily steal the groundskeepers keys but you could also like spin him around in circles and then just like tasks to do but you you can do them however you want like you can brute force it or you can you know some things will never work but but you know hustle game where like there is a strictly correct answer to how to do everything it's just sort of like it's not it's almost like in it's little box area it's almost like an open world game like you're in you're in a confined area and you only have a certain number of humans to deal with and the one thousand dollars a pound untitled goose game price let me tell you hunkin people because they react to it like it so that's always enjoyable you can kinda push him around with your body but then they can also push back and another thing pinot music like it and if if they only have slightly noticed you than it'll still be kind of like slow and calm or whatever but if like if you're like in an actively trussell cinnamon chestnuts blurb on nintendo's website about this game yeah title is it's a lovely day in the 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How do you know if you need marketing, sales or Both?

Digital Business Models

07:37 min | 1 year ago

How do you know if you need marketing, sales or Both?

"From the way you structure your organization actually is gonna bend the future and who says successful of your business this in these areas that we want to focus on the key difference <hes> actually i'm not gonna stand whether you need the more marketing more seized efforts for your organization success and this is another episode of the the speech part of the digital <unk> offer by the full week n._b._a. Now let's get to it when you building-up organization. You want to make sure that this is a line around the customer that you're trying to serve and so in some cases. It might actually get very confusing if you're someone who doesn't really have a business his background <unk> understand whether you need the more marketing effort. If you need like more sense efforts so india session. I want to focus on took equally key questions that you can ask with london. Stand weather more marketing so in your case. It's gonna work more marketing or he's gonna work more. Something like seats <hes> first of all of course i think the main difference between the two like marketing and says he's just that kind of approach that <hes> those ads so they both have the seem <hes> sort of objective which is really <hes> increases the turnover for for a company will improve the revenue solo company a waiver however the way marketing does it is different from the way essays doc- fusion marketing he's able to <hes> to standardize a message and you know make <hes> available inaccessible a large number of people and so that you can target this many people as possible with with the recent marketing budget so that you can <unk> scale your message so i think it's probably a marketing vaccines for me. It's more a matter of scale ability with marketing. You can scale your message as much as possible also on the other hand when it comes to seize <hes> it's very hard for you to get the message <unk> since people which in many cases are working on one to one basis with the with your potential customers so rather than this killing the message in this case the advantage of a senior. It's really the fact that you can personalise the message. As much chelsea will of course today with marketing do that as well but it's a it's very hot <unk> conflicting conflicting motivations especially when you're <unk> dealing with the with the group of people which is which might be customer and we would see that but i think there are questions that you can ask with understanding whether you need and more marketing or more since the first one is a based on the spending so much money is your customer spending on jason scenarios so just to give you a quick example if you're accompanies settling benz so if abani selling for fifty cents it doesn't make sense versus special <unk> selling pens because i mean he's not gonna make sense from the the economics of your business people's it something not much valuable at the you'll get actually <hes> im- you're not a threat threat florida three cents to have a a some just doing that so you can leverage on something like marketing to push the seven item like that on sunday and if you're throwing something very expensive you might want to leverage more on on sales of course digital is not days not fix it. That's why on the other end. I liked tool swastika question ways in charge of the wallet so with the person making the chasing decision or at least ways has the power to do that and based on that that you want structure your edition of the word marketing more towards seats so for instance a few if your main customers just eglin shumar. You're just to buy a ban actually a course in decades. He's gonna be one person deciding and is going to be me. Make sense decades to marketing marketing blair witch marketing because we marketing you scale up your message. You can reach as many people as possible and the person that you're gonna reach. The marketing message is going to be on the person in charge of the purchasing decision on their end. If <hes> buying product imagine the gates of a software company which is which is very expensive but it can be in the round of let's say fifty thousand dollars per year indicates <hes> with <unk> with marketing alone is going to be very hard to lose the contract because actually there may be a group of people behind the enterprise that you're trying to sell to which is in charge of actually the chase and so in that case you really need a bet some unique really the an expert at salesperson an expert which is able to fund the standard conflicting motivation which is able to handle them which is able the managing 'em which is able to really <hes> wave them understand what's going on on <hes> on <hes> at that on on a during the process of alba acquisition zeeshan of the customer but then also in the process of retention so where on the market inside the you can scale the message you can settle the is it a new anti certain extent you can customize 'seat as of today we see you have the opposite <hes> you know you had the opposite scenario where you can actually use a very expert professional profession or do a personalized message as much as possible and also handle local inflicting and motivations of the group of people which according to make the chase so just going back to the example of a software our contract which may be worth like fifty thousand a year if you're <hes> if these changes depending on like three or four people within our organization initiation which also have a different job roles than not on the space not not all those people will have the same motivation preseason said that the if this is after which which which means people in the company that you need to talk to are the c._t._o. C._e._o. and recent this he'll just say to to make an example the c._t._o. Is gonna <unk> primary purpose for the poor chase the the the the higher efficiency of the softer author while the c._e._o. <unk> support sexually knee ability of this author to deliver certain kinds of doubts and so on and so forth so as since person which is going that'd be managing the contract you need to make sure that you're able to understand evaluate and also managed those kinds of expectations kinda motivations and so in that case you you wouldn't need the more <hes> sales efforts rather than marketing efforts. You're gonna need to structure orgainzation more around. Expedients deaths be were rather than <hes> just marketing so again asked two questions <hes> which in many guises work as a as a simplification so i would suspect how much suspending the higher the more we're gonna move toward assayed started than just marketing the lower of course the more we're gonna move for the what marketing and then haska we <music> are using charge of the world. Let like once a wallet because based on the the number of people. Are you know the complexity of the motivations of the people that have the have the the <unk> power than you either need marketing a stays like the complexity that is just for one person buying on the other side or you. We need sees when free since he becomes a higher layer of value on draft whether they're like more people involved in what those people are really conflicting motivations that needs to be <hes> <hes> that we need to be handled by the experienced as a profession so this was another episode of the space part of the digital business mothers podcast offered by the floor week at me for more content like that just to four week n._b._a.

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Josh Clark's Speech from Commencement: Speeches for the Class of 2020

Stuff You Should Know

10:20 min | 2 months ago

Josh Clark's Speech from Commencement: Speeches for the Class of 2020

"The class of two thousand twenty is already legendary, and now your graduation speeches are about to be heard by the world. Seriously Doritos to commence meant to another level by naming five grads to be Doritos Valedictorians handing each of them fifty thousand dollars in tuition and dropping graduation speeches well right here on commencement, the podcast Doritos and iheartradio is giving the class of twenty twenty back its voice, so get ready to be ignited and inspired. You got this class of twenty twenty. Commencement speeches for the class of twenty twenty is a production of iheartradio. Class of twenty twenty parents faculty rising graduates welcomed to commencement. You made it. This year is a little different a difficult time to graduate because the traditional graduation day has been put on hold, so we're bringing it to you wherever you are because this is still your day your moment and now put your hands together. It's time to be inspired this year's commencement speaker, the one and only Josh, Clark. Dear students congratulations. I'm reaching this point in your life. It's a big deal and you should be proud of yourself. Now that you've gotten here. I've come to fill you in on a little secret. You've been told for practically your whole life now how special you are! How singularly important you are! How packed with uniqueness you're? And that is true. You are special and unique, and you are important. For your parents and teachers haven't been telling you the whole truth, all of your life. They've only been showing you a part of the bigger picture. Surely, you've noticed hints of this throughout the time that you were in school like when you got older and suddenly the stories in history class began to get a lot darker. They told you all those same stories when you were younger, they just arranged the picture without all of the pieces to keep you from truly understanding. And perhaps you resent it when you realize the whole truth had been kept from you. That's understandable. Most of us do feel that way. But. Don't waste your time stewing on this. Each generation does it to the next. They think it protects the young when really it just keeps things as they are. The important thing here is to learn from that experience because people are going to continue to do this to you your whole life. People will try to lay out the pieces of the truth that fit together to make the picture they want you to see. It's a way to get people to do what you want them to. And throughout your life, you'll get this from all sorts of people people your friends with people. You love people on television. People on the Internet people running your government people running other people's governments. Your actions and your thoughts are powerful and influential, and people want to sway them. This means the you will have to learn to think for yourself. Do Your own research. Seek out! People who are experts on the topic talk to other people. In this day and age, it's not enough to trust your eyes or your ears. You have to put in work to find the truth. Don't be lazy. Find the truth. It's not necessarily what's on the news. It's also not necessarily what's in some video that says the news lying. Always remember this. Whatever someone is showing you? They're probably only showing you part of the picture. It's up to you to fill in the rest of the pieces that make up the whole truth. And, maybe you'll never find it. That's okay. It would be exhausting to spend your life constantly searching for the truth, constantly paranoid that every person you speak to is manipulating you. Don't do that. That's not what life is about. And, people aren't that mean at their core. Most people don't even realize they're showing you an incomplete picture, and usually they're not doing it for nefarious purposes when they do. Instead the vast majority of people are just passing along an incomplete picture that someone else showed them. This happens a lot. It's a big problem. So to keep from dying of exhaustion by age thirty, all haggard, paranoid and upset do two things one decide if something is important enough to you or the world. To search out the missing pieces to find the truth of the matter. Sometimes. All it takes is ineffective Google Search and taking the time to read a couple of reliable articles. But remember that even if you do search high and low, you may never find the truth about whatever it is. You're trying to understand. So a better be important if you're going to go looking for the truth of a matter. And to. If. It's not important. Shrug it off. You will never know everything you'll never know most things. Some things will be important enough for you to search for most will not be, but if you decide, it's not that important than. This is really important. Don't pass along the incomplete picture to others. When you do that, you're shaping someone else's view of things they trust you. They know you're a good person with the good of the world at heart. So why would you lie? Throughout your life, people will listen to what comes out of your mouth. So. Be careful that you believe in what you say. But back to what I was saying before about your parents and teachers giving you an incomplete picture I hope you understand a little better now that they don't mean any harm by it. They might think they were protecting you all these years by keeping ugly truths from you. But those ugly truths hard as they can be to take. are what allow us to grow as people? If you see beautiful flower, you admire it and are glad that it's there. If you see a weed growing though you pull it. But if the people around you are telling you that the we'd you're seeing is actually a flower. It's hard to know otherwise, and it's even harder to know that the weeds should be pulled. Remember that your parents and your teachers weren't lying to you because they wanted to deceive you. Their parents and their teachers showed them pictures of weeds that grow in our world and told them that they were flowers to. And their parents parents and their teachers teachers told them. Some weeds have been called flowers for so long. They no matter what you say to some people, they will fight you tooth and nail that the weed is a flower. That's their truth and people are deeply protective of what they hold the be true. Even when it's not true at all. Part of the reason they'll fight and argue with you. When you tell them a flowers, actually a weed is just simple laziness. It takes a lot more effort to pull a weed than it does to pretend. It's a flower. But the bigger reason they'll argue is because they don't WanNa believe they've been wrong all this time. The thing is no matter. How long everyone's call the weed a flower. There's some aspects to weed. A flower doesn't have that will always give a we'd away. Like hurting people, if something that people you know, say is a flower harms other people. It's really a weed. We'd can hurt people in all kinds of ways. Maybe they give rights to some people, but not to others. Maybe they make it so some people have more wealth and power than they could ever possibly use while other people have so little. They can't barely scrape by. Other weeds make it so that when some people other people or other life or the planet. They don't get in trouble for it. If, you suspect a flower is really a we'd you look at it closely enough? You'll see that the people who say it's a flower are the ones who get all the benefits from it. And you'll also find. There's a whole other group of people out there who've been calling it A. We'd all this time. It's just that nobody's listen to them. And sometimes it's even worse than that. Sometimes those people are told that their own flowers are weeds. So, what does all of this have to do with you? Being special and unique excellent question, and actually that's the whole point of everything. It's not a lie that your special and unique. You are both of those things, but not simply because you're you as you've been led to believe all these years. That's an incomplete picture of the whole truth. Your special and unique, because you were born a human being. All human beings are special and unique, not just as individuals, but the whole human race. Every one of us has special. Every one of us is unique. And the same goes not just for human beings, but for all living things, life is special. And in this way, every single person that you will ever meet in your entire life is as valuable and worthwhile as you are. Some of these other people you'll meet will disagree with you in some of them may harm you just because a person is unique and special doesn't mean that they're good, but as hard as it can be to remember sometimes never forget that on the whole. Human beings are generally good. They generally care about each other. They generally want what's best and most just don't forget. The humanity is generally good. It's just that sometimes. Other people don't recognize. Flower is really a weed. You can find affliction of incredible commencement addresses from all your favorite speakers at the commencement podcast on iheartradio or wherever you listen to podcasts.

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f5: I Don't Need to Make More for Needs I Don't Have

Farm Small Farm Smart

03:48 min | 11 months ago

f5: I Don't Need to Make More for Needs I Don't Have

"Here it is another farm five on farm small farm smart his what's made this work for you just really being confident in the context with which you're approaching this. You're not setting out to make a hundred grand a year and also this is me assuming you don't need to make a hundred grand a year to live in that part of Kentucky so making twenty five k. a year on veggies. Jeez plus some nursery stock. That's enough to get you by how much your decision is based on. We don't WanNa make more on how much of the decision is based on. We don't have to make more. That's that's a really good question and pretty multifaceted. I'll touch on some things there we I've always valued very thrifty simple living and so we we live really thrifty life life and our expenses are very very low to give out some numbers. Give people context here our mortgage on this his farm with a monthly payment of about two hundred and twenty dollars a month and so you can't even get get an apartment for that much these days at least you you hope you shouldn't be able to and so that was really low. Hello and we live really thrifty lifestyle. That's that's abundant but it's it there's wisdom and how do things so that we're not tied to having to make fifty hundred hundred and fifty thousand dollars just to feel like we're making enough so we we buy our foods. In Bulk. We keep our uh-huh utility super low. We heat with Wood. That's huge on that saves a lot and we're making money on the site that we live on so it's not just that we have a house but it's also that we have a house we have land that were going on and so that that keeps expense is really low and one of my goals that the business was. I just wanted to make enough money to support my family to pay our bills to where I would never. We're have to worry about bills like no matter what the bill was pretty much okay. It's utility car repair to we need the supply. We we need this this thing for the farm. We need an implement. We need some tools to write a check. Forget about it. It's done and so I've been able to do that and I'm really pleased about that. You know we we make enough money and we know when to say enough is enough like we know that if we you are paying our bills and we have some money in the bank and the farms running needs to run. All of our physical needs are met through that great then. I'm fine with that. I don't need to keep expanding and expanding and you know if I if I wanted to. I could hire employees like expand the business business. I could get delivery drivers to sell things to Lexington for me personally. I just didn't WanNA drive to Lexington. I didn't want to make an hour drive once a week. Be You're part of my lifestyle. That's just not I just don't really enjoy driving. I don't really enjoy all that movement and Commotion Hustle and Bustle. I wanted to keep it as Brokaw as possible and I make less money keeping vocals possible but I'd rather make less money than have my life. I feel frenetic overly busy just to try to make more money for needs that I don't have.

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Freshbooks vs. Quickbooks: Evaluating Different Business Services

Journey to $100 Million

04:03 min | 1 year ago

Freshbooks vs. Quickbooks: Evaluating Different Business Services

"Hey there I'm Eric Olsen. And I'm heaven days. Join us on our journey to building one hundred million dollars company. Hey, everybody. It's eric. I'm gonna talk about a very exciting subject today, which is accounting software. Okay. It's not that exciting. But have you ever had services where you felt like you didn't need those exact services, or at least as you progress in your journey as an entrepreneur and has growing your business one service had to be replaced with another. Well, that's exactly what happened for us. When it came to accounting software. I started the company using a system called fresh books. Fresh books was really good for me in the beginning. Because I made his super simple to track time. And then that time would automatically be aggregated at the project in client level and invoices would go out to clients automatically have to do anything. Just automatically happen after I tracked my time pretty cool very powerful as well. And a free up a lot of time and I loved fresh books, and I still do. But as we got bigger we had different needs. We really had to bring in QuickBooks at a certain point because we had to do what I would call real accounting and fresh books, and this is not a slam on fresh books. But in fresh books, you don't have quite the death of the understanding at the transactional level when it comes to things like reconcile in your Bank accounts and having a chart of accounts. That's just not the business. They're in. And I'm not slamming them for that. But we needed as so we had to add on QuickBooks. So for a while we had to accounting packages, and we were only doing like two hundred and fifty thousand dollars per year in revenue. It was ridiculous. We did not. Well, we needed to accounting servers or services, but it just seemed absurd. We continue like that for at least a year paying double what we should have every single month for these concerts is. Because we need a certain elements of each as we continue to grow. And as we approach the million dollar, Mark. We decided at some point, you know, what we're gonna rip off the band aid. We're gonna stop using fresh books. We're going to transition one hundred percent over to QuickBooks. And we did that it took us about a month to transition and fresh fresh books was fantastic. Their customer service was amazing. They totally understood it this is part of their strategy to cater to smaller businesses. And when those businesses mature, they help them transition to a better product. They're a great company, and I still recommend to this day. And anyone who's listening looking for some sort of like time billing and invoicing system, I recommend fresh books. It's awesome. But the thing here is we had to transition from one system to another as we grew grew. So as you grow you're gonna find this exact same thing. I would recommend that you stick with what you have as long as you can. Can don't be a rush to switch to a better or premium service? If you don't need it. It's probably not gonna make you more money. It may help you may remove some headaches. But it's a big change any kind of change that you inject in your company, especially if you're employed have to do something different which in this case, they did it's a big thing. And you don't want to do that anymore frequently than you have to so stick with what you can for as long as you can and just kind of push him bandaids on it. And then as some point it becomes obvious style working for you. And you have to transition. Thank you listening. I hope you heard something you can implement in your business right away. Vines online at journey to one hundred million dot com.

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Record labels take podcaster to court for music in podcast

podnews

01:48 min | 1 year ago

Record labels take podcaster to court for music in podcast

"The latest from pod news dot net. Universal Music Group and a further six major record labels have filed a lawsuit against the UK company. I bust media LTd they allege Forty-six copyrighted songs have been used two hundred and fifty three times by the company in the poker news podcasts. They're requesting one hundred and fifty thousand dollars damages for each use. We note that the RSS feeds for most Poconos podcasts have now been removed. They use a mix of hosts including audio boom and pod bean, polka news Romania still exists at the time of writing hosted on pod bean and the latest episode starts with Benny Goodman's. Sing sing sing. With a swing would play. You an excerpts. But obviously, we're not going to. We've also published a guide on how to use commercial music in your podcasts, including fair, use noncommercial usage and other elements. He'll find it at pod news dot net slash articles. Chargeable a podcast analytics products has added integration for apple podcast analytics. To use it. However, you need to share your apple username and password with charitable, they've also launched trackable redirect stat service much like pod track or blueberry. We're trying it out for this podcast panoply writes about apple podcasts ratings, and what we can learn from them. They conclusion is to pay extra close attention to the first few hundred ratings and reviews, you get the New York Times has interviewed guy razz host of how I built this. The Washington Post's new podcast digital posts an important correction to the story that we mentioned yesterday and earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that the post is estimating one million downloads per episode rather than one million downloads per month. And that's the latest from our newsletter at pod news dot net.

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Exit Interview: Tim Ryan

FiveThirtyEight Politics

37:32 min | 9 months ago

Exit Interview: Tim Ryan

"Ooh As a general rule we don't interview candidates while they're running for president unless of course actively seeking the presidency to be candid but once out of the race things change so that today is Congressman Tim Ryan from Ohio's thirteen district who dropped out of the Democratic account for Starters Representative Ryan why are you leaving the race ran out of money pull it out so that was that we were doing well on the ground you know we were blow up that we needed to kind of put it together so that was that it was really noisy I think is everybody knows there were so many are you know we're not giving all these candidates and you know and then some would give money from donors because they were sitting senators but for a guy like me from Youngstown Ohio thing so it just they didn't have the wherewithal to pull it together I think maybe candidates in the race like why do you think he has been relatively successful up really important you know I was about a wife and three kids and they're back in Ohio the with that in the real world stuff and so I didn't the guy and so he began connecting with people and I think that was have on your campaign oh it was it was a very detrimental debate stage became like the clearing out process like me and then the other thing is like you you get better with every debate you know like anything tension over time and I think that you know because people were in there okay Oh and pencil western Pennsylvania you know to not have that opportunity that keep you in the game until you can get it to the end you said fair differently well I think I think we should have we should have a family conversation about about it could come out of nowhere that aren't you know coming from the big media markets I don't think eight from somewhere that we don't suspect Georgia Arkansas I was in open you know three debates with seven people On the I wanNA hear about not necessarily candidates they already know they want to hear from the candidates they has developed an agenda that could transform our country and really plug investment in these communities I had a very progressive agenda around around the agriculture and promoting regenerative agriculture really armor make money closing the skills gap the future technologies which is what kept me going throughout the seven months I just love talking about on meditation like literally healing them without all these prescription drugs and the absolutely thousand percent but I also thought that we need to nominate someone who can are literally my sweet spot I mean you know I've been congress seventeen years a blue collar those are those are my people you know White Black Brown working class for Hillary always got a super good response in Iowa you know those are those are people about how do we invest into these forgotten communities you through Ohio he said don't sell your house he said he was going to bring manufacturing back and we've seen with WHO's the best person to call him out on that on Fox Com on carrier After eight dollars you said you were going to expand healthcare kicking people off the rolls I don't think there's anybody one of you yeah I think I think there's there's probably a couple in there actually I think Andrea Sang coincidentally enough I think I don't necessarily agree with his solution but I think he articulates that the better yet I'm GonNa WanNa do it right here right now now this is the fourth fair enough to assume no not necessarily I mean I really liked Comma Harris the date so you know we're we're just GonNa Kinda keep our options open right now and see where it goes what your message was and why you thought you had a good case for Democrats thus the nuts and bolts of how did you actually think you're going to win this nomination well the the concept was most voters I think most Democrats were kind of longing for maybe a generational change too two but from a nuts and bolts perspective you know the strategy as it was developing became like that how Jimmy Carter got elected you go into the early states we were posting up in New Hampshire for a message that resonates with the Mid West. Well I think because that was just as effective for me in Manchester New Hampshire and some certain areas in Iowa so I wanted to ask you about a specific part of your electoral a yogurt well it's you know part of it's another way to describe but activating those people who are into yoga which is it's called mindful communication program that they have an answer technical institute they had a huge conference were who believe in kind of mindfulness practices and everything else I mean when news you know issues around the mental health huge issues everywhere Wanna fix it and plays another regenerative agriculture piece like that is like the new message moms and I looked at the International Journal of Yoga therapy and so they described adults who represent a very narrow segment of the population you know this is not definite it was well working class people you know I mean the Astound Ohio where did you see the ability to create a coalition between those is China and you look at our test scores you look at the amount of money we spend things and so you know the lack of prevent a prevention eight in a global economy when building electric vehicles and so how do you get test scores up while you switch the question Oceana learning programs that have been implemented in schools across the country showing eleven you know what your kids reading at school and how how they're doing and what's their mental Tom who may work General Motors has the same desire for their the main group that you discussed at the beginning was the mid West and you represent of course a of the Democratic primary electorate is people of Color in schools developing our neighborhoods you know when you look at the endorsements conversations with them and you know you look at the pastors that I was able to pick retail politics looking people in the eye listening to what their needs are and that people didn't know this again tried really hard to get this breakthrough but all in those precincts in Youngstown so I have a really good connection within you know of course African Americans are concerned about criminal justice reform and things I laid out to you electric vehicles wind solar Blah Blah Blah and how do we steer those investments over the growth from the new economy needs to be steered towards podcast is brought to you by ziprecruiter hiring can be a slow process here's a story recruiter ziprecruiter doesn't depend on candidates finding you it finds them for you how quickly he had great candidates apply he also use ZIPRECRUITER's candidate rating feature to filter who post on Ziprecruiter get a qualified candidate within the first day try ziprecruiter for free there's ziprecruiter dot com slash five three eight ziprecruiter the smartest I think both both parties right now broad brush and I think there's an opportunity for us as Democrats the next version of America you mentioned the both of the parties aren't popular not forgetting the working class why do you think that it's forgotten the working class or at least Oh that are working swing shifts there waitresses you know they're on social media around politics in so the agenda is not unease some people competing for the nomination have said they're going to ban you got so that is and I'm sure it was very well received natural gas plants in western Pennsylvania it has about six or seven Ohio and it'll be very similar with regard to workers talking across the board and my concern is that a democratic and the the conversation in the union halls or new building construction union halls go into this system like those all the while you WanNa do Oh you put those two or three things together like those all Oh my concern is that those workers instead of thinking you WanNa make healthcare Dan where we should be saying we WanNa get you good paying jobs and I said this a million times I don't WanNa streak so in complicates this is that these eight and so this is a great bridge it's jobs the parents and give free stuff to other people you mentioned social media you know you're involved it's been weakening of the unions The party has moved to the coast the these in dust I mean this is the reason trump one is that we've lost the loss of manufacturing within which is why I'm I'm trying to say and have tried what they what they're doing you get what they wanna do we need to start making things again good job well into the future they need to see the Democrats is the people bringing those voters earning under fifty thousand dollars a year by twelve points right beating Donald amongst analysts and within the Democratic Party since two thousand sixteen about whether there are but everything but you know obviously there were racial elements no question in and so to me you know when you see working class whites go to trump and you see African American very robust way to the working class in trump co cost tens of thousands of jobs in you know hundreds of factories in the industrial are to Mexico building a factory shipping the product back and like are one story told rain workers that would eventually take their job and so trump was able to go in and Kinda the worker now is super disoriented about what the future holds which means we've gotta release to say you gotTa Splaine it to him like you got to explain to people how you're going to get that's the agenda that plays in both South Carolina New Hampshire in you know the industrial list message and in some cases support the positions that you described I think they have identified the the problem working hard to pay for their own healthcare work in the manufacturing industry I don't band-aids that in some I agree with right we what are we talking about because the those are bandaids bandaids to the main problem the eight thirty forty fifty bucks an hour and not all of them are going to be college degrees stories all of this stuff and rewarding companies who are moving in that direction or what the concept of universal childcare means and don't get me wrong I'm not saying we shouldn't help people who need it what I'm saying so you've expressed a lot of concern about the Democratic Party in the wake of two thousand sixteen Iraq are you still pretty pessimistic I think there's an opportunity I mean elections the of of economic development or policies he's been in now for urge is so is his but I you know t to be determined we've got to be smart here and you know we talk a lot about revolutions channel Revolution Spiritual Cultural Revolution in the United I'm being honest you know just my whole campaign I was like I'm just going to be honest I'm going to yeah this is the perfect guy to be trump but I figured if it doesn't work out at least want everybody to know when you say we're GONNA force everybody into you know a Medicare for all program assist just make sure that we go into this race with Eyes Wide Open Sir prescription drug costs are their job or the wages and if we do that but my concern is we've got to

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Send non-holiday cards now

Before Breakfast

05:03 min | 2 months ago

Send non-holiday cards now

"The class of two thousand twenty deserves a proper sendoff, which is why Iheartradio and Doritos brings you commencement the podcast, featuring speeches and dedications from icons. We admire most here from Halsey. A lot of things we will never injury pit bull guys a generation. Go change the world, Becky, G, cashew, and many many more check out commencement the podcast out now on the iheartradio APP or wherever you get podcasts with a special Doritos Valedictorian episode where Doritos takes graduation speeches to another level by naming five Valedictorians giving them each fifty thousand dollars tuition assistance in sharing their speeches with the world. A. Welcome to before breakfast a production of iheartradio. Good morning, This is Laura. Welcome to the before breakfast podcast. Today's tip is to send cards now. Why wait till Christmas? In this time of social distancing, we're not able to interact in person as we usually are. So, plenty of families and friends have found new ways of connecting. My brothers and their families, and my parents, and I for instance to a giant Zim call from time to time. Today's tip is to add one more mode of connection to the mix holiday cards well more like not holiday cards as the case may be, but the same sentiment in mind. Lots of people send holiday cards to family and friends every December this is a great way to maintain relationships especially with people. We don't get to see all the time. I love photos of far-flung friends and relations decked out in holiday gear. But December is a long way away. Why not reach out to the people you love now. If you send holiday cards. You probably have a spreadsheet or address book with all the recipients. Or, if you've recently gotten married, hosted a big party. Maybe you have the address list used for invitations. You can use these lists to inspire your outreach to people. You care about, but can't see right now. Here's how you do it. Every day pluck a few people off your holiday card or invitation list and send a Carter Knit. Any stationery cards or paper will do. Use The freebies. You get from nonprofits. Heck, you could even repurpose the photos envelopes from your actual holiday card. If you have kids in your home or neighborhood, you can enlist them to decorate cards, or if you're crafty, you can have fun creating the cards yourself. Inside the cards you can write something simple like thinking of you or sending love from our house to yours. Of course, longer notes are always welcome, but the main idea is just to let these people know you're thinking of them and care about them. You don't have to be systematic with your letter writing no need to start with the as and work your way down to the Z's. There's no set number of cards per day. You need to send in. It's okay if you write to some people on your list and don't get to others at all. Just. Let the inspire you to reach out. Sending a few cards can spread a lot of joy. Receiving a card can be a real. Pick me up and writing to people we care about feels good to. If! You Send non-holiday cards. I hope you'll tell me about your experience. And about other ways you're staying connected to family and friends. You can reach me at before. BREAKFAST PODCASTS AT IHEARTMEDIA DOT COM. In the meantime. This is Laura. Thanks for listening and here's to make the most of our time. Hey everybody I'd love to hear from you. You can send me your tips your questions or anything else. Just connect with me on twitter, facebook and instagram at before breakfast pod. That's be the number four then breakfast p.! O. D.. You can also shoot me an email at before breakfast podcast at iheartmedia dot com that before breakfast is spelled out with all the letters. Thanks so much, so look forward to staying in touch. Before breakfast is a production of iheartradio for more podcasts from iheartradio visit, the iheartradio, APP apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. If. You need business communications US bondage. They've got unified communications, contact centers and communications. API's that will make your life complete communications wise, but that's it. Those are the things they're great. They're not great at making really interesting podcast with helpful time management tips for that kind of stuff. The person reading this is way better so vanished for business communications that save time and energy before breakfast podcast for quick tips that save time and energy. Vodka Jr. now we're talking.

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People Will Steal Your Time - Ep. 41

Business & Biceps

06:14 min | 3 months ago

People Will Steal Your Time - Ep. 41

"Yoyo daily fire episode forty one if it stressed turn it off but if it has value please share it out for me. Of course it's brought to you by Max Effort Muscle Dot Com and you're listening to the business and biceps that work daily episode forty one. We'll talk about today. We're GONNA talk about motherfucker stealing your time. Yeah most entrepreneurs and business people there vibe in with me right now. People will steal your time every day. Nothing twice about it but you gotta think twice about it and I'm GonNa tell you how I came upon this back in the day. When I was a personal trainer I would book. I was booked from five in the morning till eight at night half day. Saturday motherfuckers were skipped sessions. And I wasn't back then I didn't like I duNno charge people like I should've whatever you know I was kinda learn and I'd be sitting there for an hour. Lake Mana had this spot. It was supposed to give me this much dough in instead. I'm getting zero and then I started over time just to Piss me off when people would scoot out on my sessions and then on top of that when people would be taken from me taken from me taken from me when there were zero relationship base when there was nothing really behind it other than they were just trying to take my knowledge. Take my time. I started getting pissed off so then I started doing this boom stiff arm and motherfuckers. Yo It is like I I look at it like this. I know what my time's worth I can do. The calculations. How many times in the day? What I make a year which is private to me but I understand what it's worth so just don't think if you operate with me and we've got zero relationship previous. You have offered no value of any any kind that you're going to steal hours of my fucking time now. I might sound like a Dick but I'm just telling you the truth and I'll tell you why when I think about this if I'm going to spend our time where there's nothing based around it. I'd rather spend the time with my family because I'm the busiest dude so I'm already work in a bunch of hours barely sleep in training and then if somebody's going to steal my time talking about a bunch of fucking nonsense or it's only take take take environment. Then why am I? Why would I pick that overtop throwing the baseball with my kid or watching my daughter practiser volleyball or watch a movie with them? You see what I'm saying so like you gotta understand that there is a value. You don't get the ship back is important so I don't care whether you make fucking five dollars an hour or fifty thousand dollars an hour you have to value your time. And that's why I always talk about operate like a Ninja in an in and out early. I've spots where Matt and that's it I don't just leave it open for a bunch of bunch of time. But here's what I will tell you when you create a relationship with me when I'm I'm always given back whether I'm doing content here whether I'm answering messages. I'm Stewart of my time but I'm always talking and help and and doing things so it's like it might sound like a little bit counterproductive. What I'm talking about but at the end of the day I'm talking about people that have intentions just grabbing it with no value in you really have to guard it and I continue to guard it but when you create a relationship with me will go over and above to try to help you to try to teach to move you into your house. Whatever the fuck you gotta do. It doesn't matter. So that's that's the key but just understand if you are trying to get around somebody and you're trying to learn and you're trying to get their time. You better fucking that they know how valuable it is. Because they've had any success they have already done those calculations so just understand when you're going for that ask. Hey you know what maybe I should Holler at this. Do and be like Oh. Is there anything knocking offer a value right now? That around your business or anything. I can complement because eventually I'd like to sit down with you and pick your brain on some stuff you know how many people have asked me that and I'll be like you know what wants to go come on out and do this or that or stop by the gym for a little bit. Let's let's see what kind of lifting you got it like. Let's create a relationship. You GotTa get through first base before you try to take me home and fuck me. You know what I'm saying. It doesn't work that way. People people were tripping on this. They think is tweet. You one time that they should come out here and you can. You can have dinner with them and tell them all your business plan so you just gotTa understand that if there's people you WanNa be around you need to understand. They understand the value of their time and they will not allow people to steal it. And you shouldn't allow people to steal it either because you should value your time as your craft grows as you your importance of your family as whatever you do. I just want you to understand this. This is why I hate dealing with people that are laid all the time. I don't fucking do it. I have like real like Hard stops with certain things and if you're late more than two or three times I'm not going to be there. You understand you have in. You should think about operating like this on both sides of this equation whether you're the person that's always fucking late understand you're not going to be taken serious or if you're the person that's always sitting there waiting and let net motherfucker steal it from you because that's what they're doing so. I just want you to think about both sides of the equation today. That's what episode forty one's about. Don't let people still your time. Don't let your time be stolen like it is valuable in think about. I'm sitting here waiting when I could be spending the time. Build my business. Doing what my hobby is. I love to do our spending time with my family. I appreciate you guys episode. Forty one brought to you by Max Effort Muscle Dot Com and you're listening to the business and biceps network piece.

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Ep 182 | Q&A, Upcoming Book, Christianity and More

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

42:59 min | 9 months ago

Ep 182 | Q&A, Upcoming Book, Christianity and More

"Hey guys welcome to relatable happy Friday I hope everyone had a great reformation how we can celebrate Halloween more redemptive way maybe some of you did that maybe some designs of the banners that you guys put up so cute I wish I were creative. I'm not wish I was crafty even in school projects growing up I was really bad at those I don't often I'm just so impressed so I hope that well for you maybe you met some of your neighbors or maybe you let's talk about what's going on in Ireland right now legislation about abortion and same sex marriage lighthearted episode I'm going to answer some of the questions that you guys gave me I'm going to give you a with the K- I don't want to talk to you about the food cabbage I don't really have that much to say about the food cabbage I Arro- doing one hundred other things before lunch is just an average day when you own a small business fifty thousand dollars of credit those of you who just have an idea of the kind of business that you want cabbages application process its online takes just minutes to complete and get a decision if divided over two hundred thousand small businesses with access to funding that is one hundred dollars credit on your first loan statement that is cabbage with a K. DOT dollar loan to qualify credit lines are subject to review and change individual requests for capital day is just one of those days for this week was just one of those weeks exhaustion I have a lot of wonderful blessings in my life that make me tired you feel like I cannot do anything that is not absolutely required typically goes to sleep around seven thirty it was like nine o'clock she couldn't fall to prepare for this podcast I just need to to to do some at eight o'clock that tells you I've stayed up probably until I don't typically it somewhere online it's called you're not enough in that's okay escaping the toxic culture of in working on this for a long time if you don't know what they're writing process really in August of last year so August of two thousand eighteen I had a publisher reach and I already had an agent at that point in I was a mulling over some ideas Russian the generation that lived through and even fought in World War Two and the lessons that we agreed to write this book with this amazing publisher that I have so I ended up changing there's the greatest generation I still think it's a great idea by the way but it ended up just not being Senate to eventually over lots of different stages to the book that it is now and it's are there so I just didn't know all the work that goes into writing a book and I think one of the only things I was good at growing up in school this drama school didn't like multiple choice but reading and writing and everything that went with that me radio book will be a piece of cake not so it's very different I've learned bit of what I want to say it just comes to me even when I'm talking about theology I'm is it out there it's out there I can't write a book the next week and retract something is add or change something it's a lot of pressure I it's been a lot of pressure for me maybe it's not for any of you maybe some of you it for me there's a lot of pressure for my writing to be perfect I think some people are okay really hard hurdle to jump over because I don't want my you don't want them to think that I agree I don't want them to see me misspell something and think well she's an I just need to get the idea out there I just need to get this idea a lot of help and a lot of guidance and a lot of feedback a lot of thoughtful and productive for your ego or for your insistence upon doing a ended up on the page but you do have to say okay had to let go of pages and paragraphs and sections that I really like and then I always sway in this way guys I didn't even plan to bring this home in this way it through our lives idols that we cling to that Jesus says nope that's going to similar to writing a book it's the exact metaphor but it is it's pruning the branches so we're all of us no matter what the things are that are weighing you down or burdening you were the things manage my time well which is something that quite frankly I struggle with Do this and helped me more whatever I can get cynical negative but the things that I am busy with like how amazing is it I try I remind myself that blessings and I am so thankful to be busy with the things that I am busy with let's say that I had the best attitude about that in so I'm preaching to the choir when I say this but it we are busy with as long as as long as the things that we are busy with our held onto loosely knowing France between being busy being busy body which we're not called to be and doing the things that we're supposed to do that we are called to give God glory look at it and say okay is this productive doesn't glorify you does it help other people oh but I think we can idolize the word yes thinking that being busier having a certain number of it's not true that being busy makes us more righteous or makes us more sanctified were supposed to be busy and doing good works let's eleven hours that we are finite that we are made to called to take a step back and to be rejuvenated and to be restored and that's okay and we should escape the toxic culture of self love as my book as perfect infallible holy never changing never needs to on kind of where I am life and why this is also why I haven't posted I don't pose really wild so I just want to thank you guys like the past couple of weeks of actually been the most the podcast is done better than it's ever been that's that's really saying lean cheering relatable and I just really appreciate that I appreciate you guys listening I appreciate doing to see how the baby is doing and that really means a lot to me I truly feel like you guys there's a lot we're the first line is so don't agree with everything he say but I appreciate this and you know you don't totally align with that's okay for example I have talked a WHO is Catholic to doesn't like the things that I have to say and she said you know I'm probably one of the only Catholic cast and I love you and I are here and that we can on some things other and we can sell respect each other and we still have conversations and appreciate the points in which we are they can say that definitively but I feel that because it's not just the quantity oh maybe all of you I don't know are you're just plain and simple smarter than me you the trolls of course there are definitely times that I do but I appreciate you guys in the conversations that we I love you guys so much Okay so interesting question that I think is worth asking well I think that there are definitely neidl pray as much as I should I don't go to him for wisdom and I'm kind of Oh this instant rejuvenation of energy sometimes it happens that doesn't necessarily yes Oh yes you can follow Christ without a daily longing for his word now I his inspired and infallible and inherent word in so there should that discipline that you are in acting even without the immediate longing to do it don't now I'm not saying that you have to read a certain number of Bible verses to be saved we know that we're saved by grace one of those one of those fruits is a longing to and a steady ah we cannot know God intimately until we know got accurately and I oh everything about God and all your theologies absolutely correct as I shared on Wednesday there are a lot of the discernment at the time to know that the shock has some blasphemous it was okay like it was okay I learned over time I made sure that I intimate listening to really solid passers with reformed teaching that so start even more and longing more and more to be holy you also long another question importance of prayer y. pray when God. RV has a plan stop time and again by scripture I think that I have a an episode titled Diane for Being Calvin Est but a lot of people ask okay tells us too so it's kind of the same question of well why would a calvin EST evangelize also just as he predestined salvation he predestined the means by which people are saved we believe in this fish of scripture in that God doesn't tell us anything arbitrarily that is what we do people that he is going to use to evangelize so is the same way with prayer he's not his works not conditional on our prayers in that he is not some people unfortunately propagate but he tells us to pray without ceasing he tells us to present prayer and whether it is I do think that it actually in some mysterious reactive relationship with prayer that I can't fully explain it really fully explained that quite frankly which just shows how fallible am but maybe also there are someone raided also gives us a piece that passes understanding but I don't think that's the only reason for it what it the words to do it okay next question are you gonNa have another baby already we're we don't know without will that will look like we have also talked about adoption four months she is awesome wonderful and we just love her so much but yes we trained to have kids and it ended up being significantly sooner than what we had in our heads we lake kid or more kids what I don't know I was reading my next question I don't think that there is any there's nothing wrong with CB deal since as long as you know it's not being misused I guess or it's not being ain't grandmother who just died she suffered from epilepsy for a long time both my brothers have epilepsy hard for me to look into say no they should be denied that strictly for medical purposes the medicines that they put them on very often sometimes they help and that's a wonderful it just doesn't work so if medical marijuana works for people especially people I anyone who believes that you shouldn't be allowed to have medical marijuana first your first duty your first responsibility you're only responsibility much more important that you represent your faith in represent Jesus you probably won't say that at Thanksgiving table but if they do and shed than it is to bring up your politics and I think that's that's a viable option I don't think that is spreading outright misinformation I do think it might be AAC kind way if you want to say hey I hear what you're saying I totally understand that photo wasn't actually

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EP32 - Worlds Values Model

The Fast Growth Podcast

10:49 min | 1 year ago

EP32 - Worlds Values Model

"Hey guys what's up <hes> jag hair and welcome to the foster with bod cost to today. I'm driving doughy of good my headset on and i and <hes> i wanna speak to guys before i forget this. See as i said earlier we run marketing campaigns and we go through a lot of <hes> lot of initial criteria to understand. The clients are understand the target market more in detail right so that's that's the way <hes> we started talking. Explain to you how that starting step happens. If you ended up <hes> running sway yourself or you're in ohio you'd running running in a marketing agency yourself and understand the process how that happens. This ball. Cost of this episode would be really good for you because if you are one of those those people who want to acquire clients by bang for it whether it's on facebook whether it's on lincoln or doesn't matter which platform you use it was we applied the same strategy step number one as for. You must understand this one big thing right. You must understand the inclined target market really well right so let me sort of deep dive into this i and when i say you must understand the target market so i'm you'll find in the marketplace. They're only fold type of of full kind of people right. See talk at the beach. No marketing bowed says that you you must have you know teddy. It old male with the toolkits livingston's above works in i._t. Deep that's the way the the way the digital marketing <hes> books basically that's how they should explain that that's how we we create create an avatar right but i want to take a step further that that means that <hes> i wanna talk more about their psychology ride how how does actually elitist psychology works. What do they actually like. What do they don't like but before we get into that you must understand these things right therefore type off people in today's wall like just just generically putting them in one category. I know it's not good but hear me out right here me out to <hes> so therefore it up of people in this <hes> in this world today right so so number one is the top people who love following the system bride. They'd be grown up in a system. They liked to leave in a system and the fall of the system really well right so they are the beat the university <hes> been done what the society we have told them their work full-time <hes> they just wanna leave according to the system. They don't want take a step outside the system if something is doc going according to the system they don't feel good. They feel scared. They feel something is missing. They wanna have this entire. I was in an orderly manner they are they some of them probably religious as walk because of religion as one of the systems right they daughter how you must do the things in such a way so they follow system created by somebody else so they're really good follow work so they might be working as a manager a leader in the company but the good thing is to look for is they are really good system. Follow were right so <hes> your client target market could be one of those people who who love following the system right. You create a marketing based on that number. Two type of people are people who are kind of we call call it ego maniac throw at eagle eagle center people who have <hes> the number one value or they are. They're pretty much driven by the equal right so you'll you'll find that <hes> ego top people who are there who who are clueless in eagle all the time and those are the people <hes> those are the people who excel centre right. They don't care about the world much the only kid about themselves they they they for them according to them successes motive but not for worldly allegedly things not for success for family not for anybody else just for them right so they have the eagles. Many people want to buy a car for themselves. They wanna buy reach bodmer for themselves. They want to conquer the world because they have this ego thing which they believe that <hes> you know on the best of the die off the goal and the reason he's and i want to speak on stage because that's sort of fulfilled my ego requirement wipe that fulfill me <hes> by significance that <hes> that gives me a significance. That's all the other ego people right so that nothing is baby big qualify everything based whatever boost their legal rights or means that if you message mark you know message to market is or your marketing messages talking about money luxury cars <hes> ferraris lamborghinis showing off that kind of stuff in the ad our show you how to bake fifty thousand dollars you know they are the kind of people would be interested in that because they they're driven towards that teeth really good example of this so these are number two top people number. Three top of people you'll find is. He is <hes> these are the number three top. People are the entrepreneurial people flight so entrepreneur. People are the people who who love to go away from the system. They don't want to be part of the system and they evaluate everything and their end goal is to make a profit so they are not eagles enter guy. They are not illegal. They're not driven by eagle <hes> they driven by. How can i make my company successful. How can i make this world a better place by running businesses. How can i provide <hes> how can provide the solution to a problem and create a business out of that right so they driven by a problem to solution kind of things right they. They're not one of those people will that completely opposite to the system followers and the people who follow the eagles and they are the entrepreneur guys they're. They're out there. They wanna make the world a better place right so these three so any entrepreneur kind of people they fitted number three number four top of people they are typically you find. They are the greens of body green or environmentalist kind of people. They're the fourth people <hes> they. You'll find that if you are you know targeting say for example <hes> analogy healers ride. That's your market so they don't want allow messages. They don't care about they. Don't care about you. Show them. I'm gonna show you how to fifty thousand dollars. They are not interested in that why they're not interested that kind of buckling message because that's the way the field right so they're the feelers there the people they bleed. They want to please everybody. They want to make sure that nobody is unhappy but they don't lie. Aac entrepreneurs stayed on like systems. They don't like that because everything for them is not equaled by from the entrepreneurial perspective dave day creating a business out of everything which is not a good thing we should have. We should just have a barter system according to them. They just want to give the money so i think so you must identify it when you run your ad copy funnel. When you're writing your website pages you must see that <hes> who you riding of far right when somebody's going to read this <hes> who would that be. Would that be the entrepreneur person well that'd be religious or the system people who follow the systems would that be the people who kind of <hes> <hes> you know follow the eagle and they're the they're the people people who who will be driven by anything which help them build. A status brought anything which build this data so our number four one. Would there be some some people out there who you wanna speak to. They are kind of peacemakers. They are the people who are environmentalists to threes are. Are you speaking to them so you must know that because these kind of give you a better idea of it. He wrote an ad copy right so <hes> my advice would be <hes>. It ain't any given market. They usually do three people anyway right so it's really hard to segregate it want bigger so unless you just saying i'm gonna just target the energy healers so you understand that what kind of market but <hes> my advise would be when you create an ad copy when you do that you must create for these four kind of the people who are created for different ad copies dried four different stories for each of them and <hes> and you'll see the facebook started picking putting in front of people who are in that space also reward food ad copy like in this targeting very specifically with these type of people right so this is the way we we do it in our business. We just came out of the meeting and i'll share with you guys. What happened what we did in that meeting and this is what i was explaining to wanna wanna far clients what we must do it for his business and i wanna come and share with guys how that happens and how you can actually do it for your business as well because if if you know how to do this way you'll be able to speak to the right people right and that's our goal is putting the ad putting the hit at in front of the audience because if you put in front of the people who are not interested they might eat or get pissed off. It might not like it. They just going to be like reported. You add so. You don't wanna do that by a really important. <hes> you pay your money goes into the right place. The time we used to live in about thirty forty years ago where we just did the at what at the billboard and put in front of everybody that kind of doesn't work now you have have to be really specific so now getting into the psychology of the marketing which is really really really border right so hope this was useful because we spent a lot of time doing these photos excise today just going through this kind of stuff and <hes> you spend time right spending time understanding ending it split. These four criteria will definitely help you to identify exactly who you must be speaking to <hes> by adviser that said earlier right four copies. Let's see which one works better as well white in any given market we always have four soap or i hope this was useful and i'll speak to yes moral.

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jilt

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day

01:37 min | 9 months ago

jilt

"The Merriam Webster's word of the day. Four November twenty third. Today's word is guilt. SPELLED SPELLED J. I l. t. jolt is a verb that means to cast off or reject someone such as a lover capriciously or unfailingly. Here's the word used in a sentence from Forbes by Robert W would a Georgia court ruled that a man who jilted his fiancee is liable for fifty thousand dollars in damages. Use The word guilt traces back to the English dialect Noun Jillette meaning a flirtatious girl itself from the word. Jill used both as a proper name and as a noun meaning girl plus the diminutive suffix. Et jilts itself came into use in the second half of the seventeenth nineteenth century as a noun meaning and unchaste woman a sense that is now obsolete or a woman who capriciously casts a lover aside and also so as a verb used for the actions of such a woman. These days. The person doing the jilting can be either male or female and though guilt usually implies is the sudden ending of a romantic relationship it can also be used beyond the context of a romantic relationship with the broader meaning to sever close relations with with your word of the day. I'm Peter Sokolski visit Marion Webster Dot com today for definitions wordplay and trending word look ups

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Believe Before You See

GATE 1111 A Law Of Attraction Podcast

11:25 min | 1 year ago

Believe Before You See

"Hello and welcome to eleven eleven. This podcast is designed to help people who are working to expand their consciousness, we believe here. The gate that the true power lies within each individual. As we raise our vibration in tune into the frequency of the laws of the universe. Weaken become delivered creators in life. Tune in each week, and you will become an awaken super conscious being and in no time, you will be manifest in your desires in changing thoughts into things, I promise are you ready to become a super conscious being? All right. Let's get started. Hello. Hello. And welcome coast to coast and around the world. Welcome to the gate. I am so excited that you are here this week and enjoining me here at on the podcast. I am so excited. Thank you so much for subscribing. Thank you for liking. Thank you for sharing. Thank you for leaving your comments. That is just so exciting to me that so many people are taking part in the podcast each week. And if you haven't subscribed jet, please do so you can pause the podcast right now in hit the subscribe button. Wherever you're listening to your podcast at whether it be on apple podcasts Spotify, Stitcher. There are so many places that you can listen to the podcast at and I am so grateful that you are subscribe. I being and listening each week while we just continue on and we're still talking about the law of attraction, and you know, a lot of us. We understand the concept of the law of attraction, and what it means. But how can we use it for our benefit? How can we? Manifest faster or easier, or with more precision may be you know, the universe has everything you can ever imagine want the universe can supply every need every want every desire that you have. There is an abundance in the universe. There is there is no lack in in the universe. There's there's never not enough. There is always more than enough in the universe. It has an abundance of everything that we ever desire. You know? You know, maybe write down some of your desires this week right down some of the things that you're working on that you would like to see come to pass in your life. And maybe, you know, just like riding out an order slip, or maybe maybe your favorite online shopping network that you buy from or Amazon. Everybody knows about Amazon, you know, how how easy is it for us to go on Amazon right in what we want whatever our desire is we put it in the search line. We hit search up pops all of these options we click on it one click purchase. And then it's delivered the next day. You know, we have faith we believe in in Amazon. And we know that whatever we click on put in our carte purchase. That we're going to get it the next day or maybe into. Today's however it set up for you, usually I get all of my stuff the next day. So you know, the universe is the same way. You can let the universe know what your desires are. And all you have to do is believe just like you believe when you're clicking in your favorite shopping website. And like I used Masan for the example, I believe that when I click in Amazon, and I hit purchase I believe that. My order is going to be delivered the next day. And it it happens it does. And there are so many people who can attest to the universe. Supplying their desires on a regular basis. And all you have to do believe believe before you see. You know, just ask for whatever you want. And just believe before you see it believe that that it's gonna come that. It's going to be delivered to you. Now, there's something I have to tell you with using the law of attraction, and I've said it before it takes patience and persistence because we have to learn how to work the law of attraction we have to get in. That frequency get tuned into that frequency beyond the same vibration. A lot of times we confuse the universe because we say, well, if you want well, if it's possible or maybe or some of you may have a specific amount of money that you are wanting to manifest, and it may be fifty thousand dollars. But and you believe in that in a few days goes by and it doesn't happen. And then you decide well, you know, if I could just get ten thousand if I could just get. Five thousand that would help me out. No, stay persistent with what you're desire is make your intentions known. And if it's the fifty thousand you need you continue to believe for that fifty thousand and it's gonna come. It will happen. You just need to believe get on that frequency. Raise your vibration, have positive thoughts. You know act. Like, you already have what you're desiring, whatever it is you won't act. Like you already. Have it you you may wanna new car will go out to the garage and clean out space in the garage for that new car act like it's already coming that. It's already they're not coming, but it's already there. And when someone asks you why you doing saying, oh, I'm cleaning out a spot for my new car. You don't have to tell them that. You don't have the money for it. Or you're waiting for. A universe to to drop the money out, the the money will not come out of the sky. Well, if it does let me know, but. Start acting as if it has already happened live in the present moment as if it has already happened. Even if it's maybe you're working on your body. You will you have a desire summer's here, and you wanna lose ten pounds. We'll start exercising. Start doing something. And acting like it has already happened. Start living. Like, you already have it. You just have to believe before you see so many of us we need to see it before we believe it. But I want you to know if you'll start believing before you see it, you're going to see it it will manifest so. Create that positive atmosphere create that positive environment. So that you can be tuned in to the frequency that the universe vibrates on. So that in your vortex, you'll be able to access everything that you've ever desired. Let go of all those negative thoughts. You are worthy. You can have whatsoever. You say you just have to believe, and that's part of the law of attraction just believe he now remember like attracts like so the more positive energy you put out on that desire that you want. The more, positively the more living in the now the moment and living as if it has already manifested the faster, it's gonna come. Use your mind to the full potential. Attract you're attracting, your desires takes patience and persistence. So don't let your mind play tricks on you. When the negative thoughts. Start to come acknowledge them and say. Say whatever the affirmation is that you're you're wanting if it's money money comes to me easily and effortlessly are I'm so grateful for my new car. I'm so grateful that I looked so good in this bathing suit. Whatever it is that you're desiring live as if it has already happened live in the present. And that's one thing that meditation is good for it. It keeps you sinner to keep you in the present. When you when you take that first breath in and you release it, and you become still in your mind becomes quiet, and you you are in that present moment. Then you can start having those positive thoughts of those desires that you want those those things that you wanna manifest in your life. So you've you've listened to my podcast on on meditation and the benefits of meditation. So spin that that seven to ten minutes every day meditating, and and creating that habit of positive thinking, you have control of your mind. You don't have to Lao. Those negative thoughts to enter acknowledge them. Let them go and began to think of the positive things begin to think what it would feel like to drive that new car or what it would feel like to have that large sum of money in the Bank, or what it would feel like to wear those new clothes because you've lost the weight that you wanted you. You've reached your goal. Start living as if it has already manifested. Well, thank you for joining me this week. I noticed podcast is a little short this week. But I just wanted to encourage you to continually will leave for what you won't don't give half the patients, we persisted. And you're going to see great things men investing. Well, thank you for joining a year the gate river until next week pure vibe rations. Hi, and I'll see baba.

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R&Oslash;DE give away $150,000 of prizes

podnews

01:36 min | 1 year ago

R&Oslash;DE give away $150,000 of prizes

"The latest from pod news dot net road. The Australian podcast manufacturer is giving away one hundred and fifty thousand dollars worth of prizes in competition announced today, the global competition is free to enter and includes prizes from variety of sources, including Dave Jackson school of podcasting. Their website has more information. Apple podcasts is launched downloadable podcast analytics data in their podcast analytics portal, the company says we should look for the download button under the date control in the upper right corner. We tested it out. The information downloaded is a simple tab separated. Value file for use. In spreadsheets. The Email also asks podcasters to market how podcasts work on Siri play. Pod news, podcasting news. That's not this podcast. Puddle dot com is set to launch today. Inspired by read it hits a social podcast aggregated that allows people to create groups or subs and adds to other people's as well, we linked to the sub for podcasting. As an example, the New York Times is now producing full transcripts for their podcast. The daily castaways is an attempt by Chris ns to build a closed community for podcasters registration and a payment is required. It's an interesting attempt to establish a community outside of Facebook already it, and we linked to five podcasts today in our newsletter, including this one that launches on September the seventh. It's the ri- burgundy podcast. Guess what? I got up our gas. And you don't and that's the latest from our newsletter at pod news dot net.

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MBA1387 The Dangers of Free + Free Ride Friday

The $100 MBA Show

15:47 min | 9 months ago

MBA1387 The Dangers of Free + Free Ride Friday

"Hey before we begin today's episode two quick announcements there's only a few days left then join our thirty day challenge to learn more just go to Webinar Ninja lifetime membership to one of our programs you can easily win just leave us a nineteen zero rating interview to enter it's your host or coacher teacher Omar's than home also the CO founder of the hundred when you label s free whether it's a free account a free service I'm talking about the cost of gaining a customer on the basis and how you can make sure you sh- right the right bounds with your business so let's get of creators earn money from their passion it's an all in one digital storefront that you can sell twenty four seven life support team no matter what plan you're on so they're going to take care of you video courses they do the video hosting for you to charge your members on a reoccurring basis for Acre plan best of all podium putzer money with their mouth is they have a thirty day free trial membership site check them out and support the show by GONNA PODESTA DOT com slash meet up as a website where you can schedule or create any kind of local doc and they decided hey we want to start charging for people organizing no attend the meet up if they don't want to charge two dollars then they're gonNA ears nearly a decade and it's been absolutely free they've been they're getting a lot of negative backlash this is just one example of Andrew this is what they expect they expect Xyz for free and once the free it's the free option of beverage trae these are charging you know five dollars for tap restaurant they're paying for that water there's a water bill they have to pay right meet up is paying to and you can't explain why you're not making a free anymore because they're so plan for your software free trials totally different temporary it's a short period of time but like a free asking for trouble because at some point you're going to have to try to absorb that cost somehow now my advice to you is so you don't get in trouble and have to reverse that free plan or that you can get a lead for three dollars on a facebook ad to a free piece if it's free then you need to make sure it's limited to the point where the upgrade emergency to change or upgrade or add or buy more products you're asking think this type of customer doesn't have the same buying power value two thousand dollars or fifty thousand dollars if you have a product and APP a membership you want somebody to do something to implement what you actually offer and use your product the people that actually implement what you teach or offer or use the product that you're giving them bias which is basically they need to confirm that they made the right choice by doing something thorough k. but they're not wow you best believe if you can't return that shoe and you in your customers now obviously have great product that they're gonNA love but the point here is that when you mm-hmm subconsciously they are devaluing the actual offer consider before you offer something for free now what about content marketing fit in this stuff is free yep it's totally free and it's content that people can through email address and be able to give them more value content marketing is supposed let me give you an example of somebody listening to this podcast and they don't actually do any of the things or they're not going to get the benefit from it they're not going to be able to share with other people this we have a free trial where we give you free access for fourteen days with any plan but Lisa get going then after that you gotta put some skin in the game whether it's a monthly or annual the point leads to the product the content it's a way for me to build a relationship but once you sign up I need you to feel the value to value what you her we work for that matter you got you know dollar bills to blow right it's okay well for most and they get a value by paying for at some point whether it's after trial right and then you know 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#1849 Would you take on Google? This founder is doing it (Heres how)

Mixergy

53:26 min | 9 months ago

#1849 Would you take on Google? This founder is doing it (Heres how)

"Hey there unitive and I think if you're interested in how entrepreneur survive in a world with few the the thing he was most known for that reading articles about him was it before sailed Jones in the background you can see them they're still play more than drum it's not like hey you know what tech startup bom go into millions and millions and tells you what they do and I'll give you a an example their search intelligence business with consumers based on search on their desktops mobile now voice here's basically what they do search see what does it cost to go to South Africa Pretty fricking expensive this whole thing's expensive great for does is notices Andrew's been looking for a flight to South Africa but he hasn't actually ads and sign up for the Marianna it's all because of his software that's the basics that they do they've obviously expanded beyond number and revenue we're GonNa do it thanks to two phenomenal sponsors the I if you don't WanNa code if it'll allow you to build apps without coding and number two if you do have developers it's the revenue eight hundred eleven different markets so growing well Bellas decide a lot like your do spend a Lotta time thinking how do I keep growing this we're Azzam now at a place where I think maybe you shouldn't constantly focus on growth I wonder does it help to focus John I think you're right I think the key to growth you know if you have a great paramount thing for us is make sure that we put out this adding values or clients and the People WanNa buy it company company called Black Label digital and we created various different APPS though we it too big for the results that we have to talk about maybe you are one of those Geeks programming yeah we noticed that apple was was changing the algorithm alone on the APP uh of that we had other jobs so we didn't have enough results so we acted out what the business without she set up in the it was good my box and it was a white view to addressing the inefficiencies of the Internet that we still see today but in Pinterest came around Dan rather than a a gap in the market and then thinking of who is your parents owned musical instrument and shop and I think it was inc that said company so I kind of that was very normal in my business areas very small business a at company shops yeah okay and I would say that that's not the kind of business capsize today have a style guide for high business you can apple something that you learn from your parents I remember my dad owned a store and one of the things that I remember learning was just open it that's good that's a good learning I think I'm you know quite a few they were very good realizing it wasn't working and pulling out and creation the location didn't work out and they closed and there wasn't a sense of failure there wasn't a sense of river hopefully continued not today I had the sense that captivate you had to do that that there's some act lays down now one of the territories that would have moved into APP see it was a similar times and so we have to make some decisions what's an example what's the one thing that you shut down the said strategically important market so it's not it's not an easy decision to make we time to close it down instead of saying you know what we have to make this work this is going to be US pushing talking about Germany and he and he said we I think you already know the answer hence this discussion ready and I never forgot that you know what one of the things dominic that I'm noticing in these interviews is an outside person who says look at what you're doing here this is not really a battle that you wanNA fight it's you don't really have any other agendas other than a new tradition of what is right what is GonNa you know you're GonNa make some decisions and not everything Ross so that level of focus was the right decision before one thing about being a drummer who is frustrating was actually being out of control you rundgren Mockett Trendy time and I found that all too much needs streets rocky get find my way in because you are doing sales getting sales and you're a musician you made it you got signed you had an audience cheering for you the deal with that how did you deal with that and get yourself to take that move obviously where to seeing that music and I could imagine they'd probably be the same for an actor or something like that it's it's very in it's really bad you saw this inflated sense of importance and it's just ultimate it's uh-huh why doesn't it puff you up and get you to do your best work because they believe in you so much then you start mm-hmm by people giving you not competent special but me not much to me still how am businessman people tell me that you know my company is a bike or is it just I get it is different personality types so then the corporate sales job it was it was very tough they all broadband in two grand we really this is alive that created the sounds they were teaming I need I wants then you said you know what we'll call it's not a it's not a step down to go into the better I feel this is great I'm GonNa keep on that's what it was okay you had during this into sales and we we buy t set up caps fight with too big to different products and Um new start up we've not proven traction with just one on us you need to have a plan B so you're not snickering us out according to internationally you've got to give yourself a couple interesting email maxine business but not she's kind of going to become another company called inside email what was the intent are intelligent intent what would intelligent email excuse that were blogging Joe Brand's or if you already an adult let's say you're American Airlines Baked UH The Washington whatever it might be is understand what was banning of People's intent based on what they're doing whether it's search which is what captive I giggle Google was doing this one hundred ten billion business and the biggest company in the world to see so there's enough a Google's doing this whole big business just because they have intent where you decide you know what we're going to go on search intent instead of email content sach's among coming in which looking holidays in kind of minimum viable products this is the one that took off and you said great we're going to go all in on this one rested heavily in engineering and products and developing and then we did another here when we take a moment i WanNa talk about my sponsor and then I want to know that by and you said you know we could do six hundred weekday mistake you all right this okay all right let me take a moment talk about my sponsor my first sponsor is a company called bubble develop websites. What would you think if I told you that we just talk just want to get it straight Tamaki without having to es what they're gonNa do is allow you to create some kind of interoperability between different APPs or maybe they'll let you can drag and drop and you can build your site and when I interviewed the founder I challenged him and I did a bunch for example this Guy Dale Wilkinson he said I've got an idea I want to allow of weeks he was able to create the whole thing himself and realize you know what there is no impact on the world you know the the do-gooders of the world is what he's trying to do and there are a bunch of other businesses that have done with us it won't outgrow US it'll grow with us if anyone out there wants to go try this out I that you are a we'll let you see how you can code without coding they've got these little animations in screen shots flon APPs bubble dot io slash mixture gene I product that we had so it was a minimum viable product where we hide it engineers bet we're able to develop it further we're able to sell more and more about what we are doing in deeper and deeper typing in look for specific type of keywords as triggers and then trigger ads based third some version if somebody was typing in flights to Paris We oh complex is developed flight to Paris it wasn't even flights anywhere IOS flies Hilton can mean different very different things right so the woman into it well we didn't onsite we we've had many sites right away even got national telcos rides I says to be happy comes from Wolfson Nashville pulled cels not just aroo broad range of schools and this was for the first version you did Hilton as as a client how did you get Hilton to trust you I already knew big of a budget are we talking about about fifty thousand dollars okay and that's in revenue share them split the appetizing so we place the ads basically whatever the consumer and spend that time so they might go on Sir Borough magazine we'll start it's my dolts just handsome if we've seen that the consumer is relevant enough wohlfart advertising space but I assume that you're working with a network to reach can you can you got spicy sauces that have supplied by by the way you're running sixty plus million dollar a year business from your home where also what time is it where you are is cool to seven is cool urge that is what you keep and what like what percentage of that is you basically what we don't share I'm audience so rough idea is it well various various basically the type of campaign that they're running obviously running if we provide to ex- on on that campaign what they how much more you grow for them grow their sales be emergent we can see in real time how much how much is the generator it's not just one of the value of the recrea- is how the margin they they gave us their permission and we went sends CBS Company you'll previous connections in start selling to them read this company and But I need the guy the guy that was now selling tonight today we're working with eight hundred different brands well-based brands from Amazon's Disney's view an outside developer we hide a couple of Interns Austin and four interns and the team for the first I do my second ad while you help her okay he's closing the door that auto really hard doing the interview evening a couple of million start building the team we put engineering we've gone into products we she brought a few more people you are starting to say wow this is I'm so glad that you're recording your hung we can keep going so it was it was it a little bit of intent from people it makes the ads that much more relevant and Roman over what was there before yeah okay and then you started okay I'm going to be yet so we had a fairly generic not weeks thinking at the end of the company name yeah because he's ever happened because being what did they do what digital do they were marketing agency. I didn't know what Dan there's so many companies called forward something forward Internet group and eventually we've have them and so instead of fighting them he said let's Change Our Name had mm-hmm and we met with the end result of the team you know the next day hey guys all of our clients rely Oh yeah that's the name I agree I feel like forward talk to you but as you were growing the first thing you for my right yeah that's exactly what happened it seems like the standard way to work and we run different events we we have to get our company in on message do all sorts of different things from food to account based marketing how do you measure that how do you go from being a person who's the vents if you run an event we can lines but we have a couple of thousand people to villa headlines is the big faith festival creativity in South Franz and we are huge mentioned the industry colleagues is really fantastic down a little wet for us but it is the whole thing is very posh when we see celebrities out in cons that's the event that they're going to yeah okay I see the difference now okay I've helped me got it and so you do this the reason that I brought this up for the party because the party is so well known apparently that he had to address that yet did you know sales do you do any of that we we try things much as we possibly can. It could be specific client workshops that we do so we do two things and then we'll talk about how you figured out what other products to come up with after that first one sometimes you can give points pay money to people who are on your team will make referrals while you distract yourself from your business by spending time going higher with top cow said is dominic or when I'm looking to hire and I have through them all I do is I go to them I talked to a matter a matter we're seeing that people are putting these voice devices in their houses we have this idea of putting voice on web with you dominic they build for you with your current team if you don't like it the guys go did and build and grow so that's the way the tactile works they already have the people you get your first eighty hours of top la the eighty hours of top tell developer credit after you pay for your first MISC RG why top cow dot com slash When things that I love and there's one woman staff why saw in Bali she's living in Bali she's working with clients what do you think of that I'm looking at your small I'm trying to read you don't hold back for good developers we hired sales people and your co founder Hire Developers Adam strength I think he's called the chief visionary officer my right yeah say I Kalra operational delivery of business and so be more managers has got to be more executives how did you make that transition a challenging it's challenging Scaling Business Full Stop You know in terms of people a hundred and fifty is a huge difference you know you can no longer speak to everybody you have to have made what's what's a process mistake he made that led to hiring the wrong people and then I want to get to what works probably the biggest was hiring somebody else but he's se a avion their resume well you can see on their resume that they you know that Kalighat great backgrounds business otherwise you can take control times unraveling how do you how did just came naturally from the those five people I told you about this fast the culture came from the relationship that we will have together as a team in the fact that we're still together well I mean I think those things are important about being that you know collaborating they're sharing with each other and help each other out that was key to coach could do more what's the scoring system did now guide your company the performance metric for everything in the company and so a sales compensations for different departments and different countries we lead down to reading the heads of each we have have goals stop attention based off scorecard no we just made it you made it up yourself you decided wait everybody yeah and you can you can incentivize everybody knew appropriate way switch to my phone to try and let me close it out with one last question here consumers are changing the way that they operate machines and Emma a fifty cent holes such is going to be voice and uh where's my wife I'll say hey siri text message my wife no no doubt I do it on my watch I speakers I'd love to this day to be true I just don't see it yet urging using voice what classifies such for their sent me calling voice come on oh you sal okay and so you're seeing that in the future people develops

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S2E59: Dr. Judy Ho PHD, Stop Self-Sabotage

No Ego

42:07 min | 10 months ago

S2E59: Dr. Judy Ho PHD, Stop Self-Sabotage

"Welcome back no ego listeners i get so excited about each and every episode this is the no ego podcasts where we did the drama and entitlement and transform your role place marriage of two of my biggest interest because i went to school and formally studied psychology but there's a part of me that really does desire to be on not only TV but podcast and radio and and other things but you're a clinical forensic neuropsychologist your how did you go from tenured faculty and a researcher to TV show personality and now in all cases and we all are very intrigued with how the mind works and you do a good job translating them for us so i'm excited to have you national institute of mental health scholarship you know that type of research to be able to translate research for lay individuals who say they want more tenured at pepperdine i believe but we love you because you take what you know from neuropsychologist and help us apply it to some of the biggest site and in the performing arts since i was a child so i was a musician and i played piano and i saying in victims of these circumstances they say human it is a human condition but i see a lot of people just readily accepted us like the cost of being alive so i think there was always at least a hobby level and attraction of light engaging with the audience and being able to perform in various ways is and create and you know it was just sort of fortuitous that i started to do media as a psychologist and i just felt like it was such a nice serb in front of an audience and have that connection with people that's on a wider scale and that's also part of my evolution being more of an academic researcher doing work coming a negative pattern in your life than it's time to really do something about it and yet i was finding that my colleagues my family members my friends my patients like they would talk about this phenomenon rather than something you can really come to understand and impacts i love that i know that you had a great history talk because in my view in my theory is a universal phenomenon we are all predisposed and wired to self sabotage from time to time but when you see that or science but they want to know how to digest it in a way that is practical for them on a daily basis so that's really why i decided to write this book in particularly on the topic of self set use the word sabotage or self sabotage but then they sort of shake it off like oh well and just kinda move on and keep making the same mistakes over and over get like they do sonate ing as i think people are really craving right now more knowledge about how their mind works so that they can be more it with national institute of mental health we get to work with them often as well as some of our research but in in our training so it's fast go to the hotel and now that they heard your voice but if you haven't figured it out yet many of you know her from being on the doctors tv show but she's also often author which is what we'll get to talk about your new book stop self sabotage but what was the path well it's a great question you know i actually chance just understand here's how your mind works and if you know that you'll stop believing everything you think you'll learn to question you're thinking and you won't be a prisoner to that and then here's how the world war a circuit i just realized people are just they they're craving knowledge so that they can use that knowledge that have impact so says the sector judy whole welcome tuti by thank you so much for having me thank you and everybody the survey irks figure that out you'll quit arguing with reality which is this argument people get into and often lose and immense i've been out so you know a lot about how the mind works in and again the name of the book is stop self sabotage and i want to put that out there because this preorder satisfied right now this is going to be hot off the presses writer is already actually out yeah they can actually biographer books are sold now so you can go to amazon barnes and noble z. short amounts of time well let's understand why they're going to want to buy this book but also a search you out for all the other wealth of of things you bring some have more impact when i first became a leader after i was a therapist and the and the researcher as therapist they spent all this time helping climb flavors in self sabotage you want to speak to those for audience yeah absolutely you know so overall self sabotage they mentioned it is into a uh sleigh people so in the book i thought mine was a special preorder copy i loved it first of all in there's a complete list of our distributors on my website but a lot of people like to buy it from amazon prime it comes to you like the sometimes sometimes increased you in part to one of these four factors that were about to talk about we start to over prioritize avoiding threat and when that happens we don't have that balance between attaining reward dividing kind of the things that hold us back into kinda four elements or you you really saw this kind of categories a universal phenomenon in that all human beings only really have two primary driving we're actually not as complicated as people wanna make us and really the two primary drives are attainable unfortunately found myself you know seeing myself emit i even took a quiz online we'll tell people how do later but you talked about in life and as we become adults we start to adopt some of those ideas for ourselves and s stands for fear of unknown or fear of change and human beings you know we we all they think you know i certainly i took a quiz and mine came up internalize believes in i was able to really understand missile chose to to carry with me when i have the choice not to so i thought that was fantastic so is this akron a little bit too scary for them and i see that this happens a lot with very successful people who really have great careers but sometimes romantic relationships are not quite as styled ended i think oh you took the quiz as well because i think all of us are like oh like what am i doing or what is my what is where we're could i fall into sort of like this this sort of where my well i definitely think that almost everything is sort of this you know biological plus environment sort of approach genetic verse reward and avoiding threat i mean it makes sense because that's what makes us survivors individuals in as a species but sometimes in it's largely an ice dance for internalize beliefs these are things that we learned in childhood oftentimes from our parents from other important individuals about the way life is supposed to work in our roles plus situational and i think you know there's going to be a combination of people in their experiences in life particularly early experiences cronyn life and you look at khan self concept in internalize believe fear of change in excessive of control do you find worship yourself concept which is kind of your self esteem in different areas of life in some people could have rape premier self-esteem but terrible romantics life self esteem for example the days is not the sabertooth tiger the threat nowadays is what if i tried to get a promotion and don't get it if i go into public speaking it really learn those lessons much more pronouncedly in the beginning of life than we do later on but at the same time there is sort of disposition we don't know if you change the unknown is gonna actually need us to good things or bad things so some of us are a little bit more cautious than others in the last one is excessive need for the four factors that can trigger the self sabotage switch to turn on and for people to start over prioritizing threat is organized into this acronym that i call life and i'm so glad troll so this happens to be a big one for a lot of my taipei over achieving perfectionist sick people where they really want to have control over every step of the process i loved about you identifying these factors is one it normalized um without saying you're destined to be a victim of these forever i love change i mean some some of us the personalities that embrace change a bit more than others but it makes sense as human beings we're a little bit cautious of change because we don't know where it's gonna go perk DNA or these part environment like weird are the where do you get schooled in whatever flavor you might have of these factors abbas and so you know i found that my research people either feel like one of them really speaks to them or maybe it's a few of the four but the four stand for low to hear my message what if i asked somebody out on a date and they reject me and so emotional and psychological thread are just as scary to our minds and bodies as physical threat in many ways romantic relationships clearly you gotta let go of some control 'cause there's a second person in the pink veal about you as much as you'd like to do genetically so you're the value in kind of finding l. it's these elements in which might be says them when they can't see the finish line in all the steps that come before it they have a hard time letting go and pursuing what it is they actually want because it feels which factor applies to you more you will find that certain types of skills and activities that we discussed throughout the book actors are particular to yourself is it the beginning is just the self awareness of it or is there other value into really figuring in my family i'm the first person who ever attempted in graduate from college i'm the for my family wasn't going around saying you can't do this it was almost the are these things that are kind of programming into us i mean these are you in the belief from a psychological standpoint i mean these for this reason or that reason where i'm responsible for this i'm responsible for that as fascinating it's like you're more openness a vessel for those the sticker to carry with cavorting threat of doing both equally and we stopped dead in our tracks towards approaching any kind of goal in any area of our life and you know the threat environmental on what we're learning from the people around us like there's also the genetic or temporary mental side of things were you know if you have a predisposition is because in many ways we do come into the world that's a blank slate and they're different things happen to us and dumb we do take those in we interpret them in certain ways and then we sabotage and that's why it's good to know that before you do the rest of the work in above so that you can always take the rest of the book in its contents with orientations in mind of life in which they're more resilient and so i i really do think that it's a combination but i think this idea of for example internalize beliefs even those a lot of that is the flavor of what's holding you back because i think all of us when we're in what i call kind of our lower self we're seeing the world through ego and i mean this is just fodder for the ego to kind of blake stop dreaming and get to work in not that we're here to blame our family systems but it just opened my mind up to how many of those beliefs pentastar can i think you probably have all my listeners if most of them aren't shaking their head by now as you just listed off the different thought patterns or distorted i'm amazed at how many people who haven't really tuned into their thought patterns and you're saying there's fifty thousand a day now i understand then to look at yourself more when things go wrong versus looking at other people and blaming them well then you're going to be the person who probably carries those interim after here and we want to be more self aware because we need to take a deeper love so that we can really understand our specific ways in which we're driven to self sabotage but depending on and it's so much easier for people outside of you know the server to see something rather than the person who's actually doing it q out of things to be fear base to to to hold back in the value in knowing first of all like what it it it just makes it makes sense to me that that that that people don't even see it so once people are herself out people more so than the average person so each of those life backers are more associated with certain patterns and they're also more associated with certain styles of south it's about how you should behave and what you should be doing better or are you somebody who looks around for external input and like is wondering what people think about you and it's comparing temperament and so some people will experience an an event and they will interpreted one way and others might interpret it in the way people have different areas so you know we're not processing all conscious level and yet so many of them are impacting how he'll now we gave and so really understanding these life factors gets under author believing is so untrue about themselves or about their world like that has no chance of happening but they're giving up a whole part of their dream because it could happen the cycle you can't possibly tune into that many but there are times where we can see others sabotage themselves in so obvious the observer that allies police with more so than somebody who's always externalizing when back in top into them right because they're not going to self reflect as much and be like well is this due to you're going to find where you lean or like where you need to do more work versus others and so the next part of the bug is really all about understanding than like how're or just identify thought patterns and then do you have a formula or or a path that you want people then to walk through out which of these you might carry with you you know so visitation to fix them yeah exactly so the self awareness is definitely in thinking we get into i'm sure that they'll have even more to intrigue them with so it's like becoming aware definitely so you know i really advocate for once you understand like what your thought patterns are that you have to do something active to deal with them because i think as a society encourage people to do an exercise called examined the evidence much as you would be a jury member weighing like the evidence on both sides so like once the evidence for the thought jolts you especially when the catastrophe is like point one percent likely to happen or are you somebody who beat yourself up a lot with negative self talk and there's always should work because we all of us have thought patterns than the average human being has fifty thoughts a day i mean it's crazy fifty thousand dollars a day is crazy how many thoughts that we have in as and so if you have a thought like let's check it out i i is it really truly reflective of the situation or is a bias in one way or another and oh i think should have gotten to now however i have been getting good performance reviews for the last two cycles in my supervisor has promised me that if it's possible so like what can you do to try to come up with a more more balanced thought in one of the easiest shorthand hafer people is to create a yes in once people have examined the thought and decided whether or not it's actually truthful or if a representative of what's going on then it's time to try to change that a statement so for example if you're really feeling like you haven't reached a certain goal your career you know what is the yes to that so yes i haven't gotten the promotion that ever never but if you write it down and becomes more concrete and more directed and you can see okay well here are three examples of when this thought is true but oh yeah okay are you somebody who's thought patterns tend to be more like catastrophic like something happens you have to think about the catastrophe might happen and you start planning ahead but of course that relieves wholeheartedly and who would i be without the thought as part of my weighing the evidence because i can see when i think that you know i'm always can actually see that there are three examples where it's not true either all right so i can see that my thought was maybe a little bit too biased i'm not taking into account the entirety of the situation immediate your mind wraps around as it's already happening or as if it's going to happen and it's just the way that our language works and so we have to find ways to like really now i'm never going to reach my goal all you do is put a small freeze in front of it and that phrases i'm having that so now the topic outwear your triggers are in terms of your op patterns then is how do we deal with that and so i really have to kind of categorize the solutions into like three is yourself from the thought so that you don't get as enacted from it and so one really goes shorthand technique is called labeling so when you have a really negative thought like the and just at the way that language is bill we think of thoughts as things that are either fundamental truths or they will come through the minute you have a thought or a fear in your head it's like ranger relationship to it and so you know again your boss do not have to actually impact you and you don't have to give it power so what you do is you distant it kind of identifying with oh i- catastrophe is oh i don't worry about long shot things happen it was a little bit less significant to me and it's because you're labeling the thought for what it is which is a thought a mental event and nothing more love it and what's the evidence against the thought and i encourage people to actually write this down because when you don't write something down that everything's route just like this kind of mass massive cloud in your head and it can go on her and is it true and one thing i like to add these fantastic is there are some times where i have to look at myself like who am i when i believe the uh-huh i'm having the thought that i'm never going to reach my goal and already you can see that the wind is taken out of the sales just a little bit you can see that oh it once i believe this thought for me that's just another ad in there that has really worked in my life yeah that's awesome that you're sharing i think it's it's great to be able to so you can see your progress but also know that maybe there's still some reason why you are discontent so it's not that you're crazy that you had the thought that it was biased and it doesn't serve you well to me all this fantastic in working so my listeners will be picking up on all of this because we talk a lot about you know what i know i should think about our thoughts in different ways because you know if they're not balanced they can totally impact how you go about your day in the decisions that you make in so once you find it so this time excited by chief-of-staff ceremonies is beside herself because today's guests is one of her i think girl crushed that way and if none of those things were i advocate for people to go to the third tight which some days you know that you can come up with a yesterday but you blake screwing this up instead of you know there are times i've made mistakes when i can look who i am with both of those my application is going to get a look the next time a position opens up creating these yes recognize both sides of a situation it does one can of buffered for reality it really gives me incentive to say gosh saying i'm not sure i want to be that person that i ended up being three types of the first one is to start questioning these thoughts like are they even true to begin with thoughts do not truth not like it's my party and i'll cry too that's the mood that you woke up in and i i actually think that that's okay because sometimes you don't have to change the thought but you just have to and how that sort of self reflection in able to turn it into something practical that works and that helps improve your mindset about something fantastic i mean when i'm on the so people say what's your one thing you wish the world new and or dead and that's always just you know stop believing everything you think listen to be able to reach their potential and they kind of look at roadblocks beforehand and planned for those roadblocks so basically each of the ifs stand abu actually implemented and so for me i really advocate you know this idea of first of all understand your ABC's right in ABC's are not just and for a potential roadblock you might run into and then stands for your plan to deal with that road blocks of let's say the self sabotaging we're not imprisoned to whatever the start is so other great ideas what else you got in there these are fantastic thank you was televised i'm not coming and the minute they make that phone call and the host says oh i'm sorry to miss you but they were letting me know you get this flood of released well you know one of the things that i find is really really helpful is when people actually have a practical way to substitute whatever behavior is getting in their way with something that's award is almost like an avoidance of a bad thing and so you know in science science talk we call it negative reinforcement really that's a fancy way of saying that sometimes the avoidance urging behavior whenever that act is whether it's holding yourself back in your job you know messing up your romantic prospects or not engaging in a healthy eater whatever the case is more helpful and some people that sounds easy but like how do you actually put it into practice and i get it it's like oh yeah just stop doing the bad behavior like oh that sounds super easy gain so identifying what those antecedents are for yourself and then understanding now sometimes the consequence is not even a reward in and of itself but the behavior is like midnight snacking you know let's keep it kind of concrete for this example so somebody could make a series of ifs that lead them down and that in itself is reinforcing to people and sometimes people don't realize that avoidance of negative emotion can be extremely powerful in reinforcing behavior the alphabet but they stanford yet another album in behavioral theory which is antecedents behaviors in consequences and so one of the things that are leading you to that self sabotage it's like when you have social anxiety you feel completely relieved that oh good now i don't have to deal with the awkwardness or one if i was by myself and you know this short hands and really gets to the points and taking some responsibility for on thinking oh that's just thinking and that we're not right like if i start watching netflix that's a lot of times when people start to snap then i will make sure that i have you know smartly night of the get cold feet in there like oh my gosh i don't want to go what if i go by myself and no one talks to me and i'm just going to be embarrassed i'm just gonna make up an excuse i got sick or something something bad is a reward yourself and so one good example visit social anxiety like somebody's super these socially anxious and they aren't repeat for party got tired if you wake up angry like whatever the case may be you might make poor decisions than other days on certain situations at certain people might lead you down the pass or a decision made it's time and so how do we replace some of these nas oh good behaviors things are self sabotaging getting your way you have to come up with a series of if then in advance there's a fancy name for these if dan's there all implementation intentions fortune five hundred ceo's use it elite athletes use it what are the things that are holding you back and sometimes their thoughts we've spent a lot of time talking about thoughts but like what else are they spicer situational things are more related to your emotions and so if you wait water instead or like something else that actually gets in the way of their behaviors people will say well i have a substitute behavior but that sounds do behavior i love it i love it it's already choosing or or getting intentional about choices that you have and somehow in your mind aw or you need to be maybe chewing some gum or like drinking sparkling water but like you know you have to make sure that whatever replacement behavior you choose gets in the way of doing that originally isn't actually preclude you from doing the bad behavior at the same time so if you're held unhealthy behavior is snacking than you either need to be doing something to keep your hands busy like a puzzle saturn's it's already written down and you just follow the prescription and so these fans are really powerful and they've done wonders for people that i've worked with who utilize this approach that you don't want to do and when you come up with these series of if than's in advance kind of like over her kind of just thinking about the barriers that might come up and then making sure that you plan ed then when the breaking point comes in what you're actually faced with this difficult situation you don't want to do the hard work in the moment of trying to peel yourself away from eh that they can to just be able to along fantastic fantastic stuff so one of the things i s allied love to pick your people of or were they how does that fit into the whole world of self sabotage yeah it's been such a i think it's been like a growing topic way we idea talk about the impostor syndrome so succeeding but so they aren't sabotaging themselves in a way but they're always feeling undeserving of what for them to be their best cells or sometimes what's holding them back is over apologizing for things acting insecure brain about because i'm not sure it's all this ask you a lot of people especially women the simple instructions it's almost like some of the people that find a lot of freedom through like meal prepping and taking as many in the moment surprise choices out of their day accomplished or like they're about to be found out so like they're they're brave but they have this impostor thing going on as far as they're going to be found out soon that they're not really verdy rehearse summit all you do is follow the simple instructions it's like oh i know this might be an might be something i'll just a followed back from doing their best and sometimes i think it's a combination of like boss satin can hold them sort of to a template that actually doesn't allow it absolutely has ourselves back more than anybody else criticizing us you know absolutely in il party acting like a will maybe somebody else should do this more senior but they make excuses in take themselves out of the running for better opportunities once they've gotten their original opportunity i don't think about oh maybe people are going to think i should have been here on the first one that got promoted on the youngest whatever your trailblazer but keep working at it and just keep ah when i've been asked that question about imposter syndrome for me by the easiest technique is if i have those and i love the usa just noticing labeling people it will hold them back from me they're applying for a job or putting themselves up for an opportunity because they're already anticipating their push back and so that can of imposter syndrome and i think imposter syndrome can hold people back in several different ways in one of them is just stops you from going for certain things in the first place because sometimes for some looking at it and don't let these negative thoughts hold you back or diminish your accomplishments or you know apologize for the things that you got i find that women sometimes do that that you have those thoughts and just knowing that it's just the color commentator going on in your head then you're gonna have thoughts like that it doesn't mean they have to have any mrs so many individuals are thinking oh my gosh you know they're so busy worrying about being down out that they don't realize that it's a common feeling for many people i mean that's why the adding to your knowledge so that the impostor syndrome eventually either dulls goes away but it's never too late to add to your experience and your expertise so once you've gotten somewhere just keep the definition of self sabotage is our fear is is that some betty will take it from us but we keep it up a little too freely without any pressure from others would be like one of the ways in which south sabotage can play a role for the second ways at once they get the opportunity they the impostor syndrome of the idea of it and techniques to somebody who that's kind of a big part of their self sabotaging is that they really want you know they have a fear of change and they they're working hard to keep the sepang fully into that experience so that they move into the next level of experience yeah absolutely and i think that you know what meaning for you in business i work with a lot of people who really are resistant to change and i'm just wondering do you have on checking off the list like if only but no you know it's really something that you kind of want to participate in for a long period of your life and i always say terminology fake until you may get because as some point somebody's felt this way and liked him up with adages and it's just like you know you all learn by doing to some degree so like owned how much i hear people do that it's almost like they're taking it away from themselves and nobody else has actually said anything and you which is so interesting i mean lid a pursuing your values because you've decided that these are the most important things to you and so you know taking that honesty example if somebody's private meaningful pursuits that really truly stand for who you want to be remembered as and the things that you want your life to stand for so values unlike goals unknown is really getting good with like what your values are you know we're such goals driven society we talked about goals all time goals goals like bucket lists like new year's resolution the fact that like you've known enough to get the position in the first place and then the rest of it does require you just acting in that role in doing your best once you got there it's the same other specific techniques specific to to to that to get people you're giving yourself to be better at change checked off they tend to be things that people want to kind of do for a long period of time like if you have a value of honesty you don't get to a point where you're like i'm five and honest if you can check your goals align with your values then you're going to be much more motivated to tolerate any kind of discomfort in distress that comes talking about those consequences and let's think about whatever it is that you want to accomplish whatever it is that you think is going to bring you to the next level like isn't rooted in your values around your own values send becomes your willpower so to speak to do some hard things some things that may be not your favorite is that the connection you make willpower because i know in your book i loved reading about the connection the motivation willpower yes definitely i really think about values as like checking off a bucket list item just because my friends wanted to go parachuting i decided i was going to know they're more meaningful than that you know you realize that they are in and you know it's replenishable more so than the next day when you wake up like i have this goal but who cares SMS people really have this empty feeling revalue is honesty like do you think that's an easy road for that person it definitely is because not everybody wants if your honesty all the time and yet if you are an honest person and you really oh kind of like qualify why did something or got something those they will yes they not promoted to partner but you know it's really because there was only three of us in the running this year i mean it's funny and that's what happens to most of us when the goal is fully rooted in our values yet when it is then the motivation the willpower comes from internal source it is than you are much more willing to tolerate the stress that comes with that because way after remind myself i really wanted to do it for like a deeper reason than just thrive on thinking about that as your core values you know even when things get uncomfortable even when you know man i can only tell argument is coming soon as i tell my friend the truth the way in which we can fuel our motivation willpower the long run i mean we all have great motivation willpower the beginning when we first make a goal at super exciting you know you put it everywhere unlike everything's about goals and what you can check off but values are really where it's add in terms of like rooting you two things people activities you then made the conscious decision to invest in it more fully with all the ups and downs come from that i love the essence of a real clear and i think helping people understand that there are so many emotions that come from thinking that doesn't serve you that you attach to and and i think that impacts how he approaches idea of happiness you know our society really reinforces idea of happiness is the absence of negative emotion most cherished values things that we really felt alliance with and then later in the day much later in the day they had us go through and i think that you know i'm so glad you asked that question because it is a common factor for many people and i think one of the best antidotes i have two people who kind of fear change or fear the in writing on january second everybody's at the jan everybody's gonna make this their best year in terms of their fitness and then by february like the gym membership is cut in half awesome i think the the real emotions the district stuff of you know trying and not attaining and employees that's facing some change at work that you have to do your own work of figuring out how it does or does not everything like you know it's great to have the positives and you will have them as a byproduct but if we're afraid of negative emotions were never going to advance as a society and then later they put us through some other things that was always a senator and back to the values is what you're doing were where you're choosing to place the attention have clarity of my own values i ended up spending time on things as really frustrated with and it was obvious why i was frustrated because they weren't that meaningful to me do while i was once asked her to an activity that was powerful it was the beginning of a a workshop they asked us to choose some of our leading change in organizations and they often try and show i change is important to the business but i think a shared accountability is if your and take a look at our online calendar and just try and look at where we spend our time and if they connected with those values but you're still gonna do it because you know it's important to you and that's what i say to people who especially fear change or the known is like yeah if your change on the unknown but let's stop the now you know happiness i believe is really rooted in living life while live living a meaningful life engaging in meaningful pursuits and this type of happiness turn you die monarch happiness is not a new concept he goes all the way back to aristotle and plato where these offers light you guys like positive feelings aren't fit in with your own value system but even if it's that you've value being helpful to others it make you less resistance to change just because you want your teams orig- and saying no to the right things and saying yes to the right things so people you've got to one that your high love how you put everything into just very applicable lay people terminology that's why we love you on TV when there's some criminal case going on that you give us the the the common okay you want it to and and i agree that it happiness it's just not the absence of of those pieces and i think it's you only work with people who are all your friends and it's a lot easier to kind of stick to it for the first few days and then you know you at a time whereas on things kinda fall off and like every year this happens at the tator i'm view of what might be going on from a psychological standpoint are there other adjust things you wanna make sure you leave listeners with before we make sure they know even my values through either things other people want me to do or i felt it had to and that value driven way of pushing things can can really help with your everything amending it really just gives you a lot more clarity and can really organize your thinking and your life in how you approach things but you know i i feel like a lot of this also stop self sabotage activities and continuing to add to the resource every couple of days and so they'll be more and more resources questions perfect and that's at dr judy ho does the initials d. r. j. u. d. y. h. o. on instagram i'm a follower blueprint for change so it's a visualization 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Spotlight: Joe Bidens Election Promises Amid A Covid-19 Recession: Americans Will Pay The Greatest Price

Steve Forbes: What's Ahead

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Spotlight: Joe Bidens Election Promises Amid A Covid-19 Recession: Americans Will Pay The Greatest Price

"Hello I'm Steve Forbes. And this is what's ahead where we give you insights and information you need for yourself and to learn more about the future in the country and in the world. Do you want your taxes to go up by thousands perhaps tens of thousands of dollars. You want your 401k to suffer the kind of hit took in. March and perhaps worse. If so then you better ask the Democrats. How are they going to pay? For All the promises. They're making free medical care free college. No student debt massive bailouts for states that mismanaged their economies. Massive subsidies for this that and the other thing while they're only two ways they can pay for it. Taxes and undermining the value of the dollar with inflation. Look at Europe. Had they pay for their free stuff look at the taxes they have take the payroll tax in this country. It's about fifteen percent. Which means if you make fifty thousand dollars a year union employer pay about seven thousand six hundred dollars half half the employer in Europe payroll taxes on that. Fifty thousand dollars can go as high as twenty five thousand dollars. What about the VAT? What they call the value added tax. Which is a super sales tax in Europe? The super sales tax runs his highest twenty to twenty five percent. You take a three hundred thousand dollar house well with a VAT. Three hundred seventy five thousand dollars and income taxes. They're higher but even with these European style taxes. They're still wouldn't be enough money to pay for all this stuff. And that's why the Democrats are talking about a new theory called modern monetary theory. The idea is as old as humankind. Just print a lot of money created out of thin air. They say this with a straight face. One of them said these economists. The government can't go broke just prince. The money I've tried that in Venezuela. Look what happened there? Argentina's repeatedly destroyed its currency. Why would we want to do that? Look what happened in Germany after World War? One when they destroyed their currency that help create the conditions for the rise of Adolf Hitler so trashing the value the dollar. We did that. A little bit in the nineteen seventies was a highly unpleasant experience. Why would we WANNA do that again? And why pile on a bunch of taxes that'll slow. Economic growth has happened in Europe. There's a better way lower taxes a stable dollar and by Golly we then can get the best of all worlds more opportunity. More jobs higher. Pay For everyone. Thank you for watching. I'm Steve Forbes. Look forward to being with you next time. And in the meantime don't hesitate to send in your questions and suggestions. I really appreciate them take care.

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