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America Gives Biden An "F" For Failure
"Anyway, I want to get to this survey that came out from political and morning consultant. 37% again raiding the president and F that's the grade they're given him after one year in office, not too good there. And then when you look at the rest of the numbers, it really doesn't look that much better, especially when you see that 52% of Americans are raiding him as a quote week leader. Now, that doesn't surprise me. I mean, you see what just transpired over the summer in Afghanistan. You look at what's happening right now in Ukraine, we're now sending weapons to Ukraine $200 million worth. I'm going to get to that in just a moment. But it tells you that on the international stage, there's a weakness right now to America thanks to Joe Biden and I said the other day I titled the podcast, how much damage has been done because a lot has been done. A lot has been done to our reputation on the world stage and that's playing right out in real time right now as we look at this controversy unfolding between Ukraine and Russia and our inability really to do anything. I mean, hey, look, if I'm Putin, I'm saying, well, you know, hey, I got Crimea. With Obama, why shouldn't I get Ukraine now with Biden? And so we're going to get to the second, but it does speak to the weakness perception that Americans have and frankly, probably the rest of the world has. A lot of people also don't see him as healthy. They don't see him as being in good health, which understandably, you know, given his age, 79 years old and his inability to communicate at times really has hurt him, they also recognize his lack of communication skills. And so just 20% are giving Joe Biden a B 18% grading him a C and just the smallest survey of people there are 11% would actually give him an a, those must be like the die hard
UK Conservatives Set to Show Boris Johnson the Door
"I'm reading from the telegraph moments ago further members of the 2019 red wall intake of conservative members of parliament have submitted letters of no confidence in Boris Johnson this morning. One MP told the telegraph, a 11 letters had been submitted to the 1922 committee, and that comments overnight from ministers attacking them as fools was the final straw senior minister's common saying we were fools have taken most over the edge. They would have done better to reach out rather than lash out. While party whips thought the number of letters of no confidence was in the 20th that figure has now written by as much as a third
Timberwolves beat Knicks...Rafael Nadal advances
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Chuck Schumer and His Racist Political Ascension
"Well, Jay, when we talk years ago, we talked about this article that I mentioned called race to the top that you wrote in January of 2006 for the American spectator. And you told about an incident, a political meeting that you went to with your dad. Tell us about it. Well, this was a formative and transformative moment for me. It's solidified my political engagement. I was just a fly on the wall essentially. I was 16, 17, something like that. My father got invited to this meeting. It wasn't that politically active, but he was a prominent figure. And this was in the flatbush section of Brooklyn. And they were introducing Charles Schumer to us and I think this is before he ran for Congress. He was becoming a state assembly person. So they were introducing and they were trying to sell them to us. It was not a very impressive figure. I must say it was whiny nasal didn't seem to have much confidence. And they were trying to put him forward and sell them on the basis and unfortunately all the assumptions that went into this are horrible, but they put a photo on the basis that he's going to get to blacks if you know the flapper section it tends to be a white section of single-family homes and for whatever reason over the years it evolved in that way. But there's a cluster of apartment houses on the other UK where black's resided. And frankly, they were not violent. It wasn't any kind of class is going on in the streets. There was no fear. If there was a problem, I didn't detect a problem. I lived there, but so I had a problem with it. It would have only been on a strictly racist type of basis.
Sen. Tim Kaine Has a Lot to Say About Prosecuting Donald Trump
"Tim Kane said it's up to the prosecutors at the justice burn where the charge Trump though he believes the former president's actions want to be for January 6th likely violated federal law No they didn't He is supposed to be a moderate but he's a whack job They have all the evidence at their disposal he said Now how do you know that A lot going on behind the scenes of you and I do not know Cain believes federal prosecutors are looking seriously at charges against Trump although he doesn't have any insight information My intuition is that they're looking carefully whether Trump broke the law my sense is they're looking at everything in a diligent way and they haven't made a decision What is he talking about Does he know something I believe there are federal statutes that are very much implicated by Trump overturn Biden's victory in the 2020 election It is really grotesque to hear people who sought to overturn the 2016 election Every breathing moment of that administration Are now making these allegations these
Many on the Left Are Having an Existential Crisis Right Now
"Not. There is a there is a moment that can happen where people have an existential crisis and it's happening right now in America. This is not a joke. It's a serious psychological problem. It is. Where millions of people right now who have been three times boosted double mask wearing done everything they said they're going to do, they still get the virus and they are asking themselves basically where is my place in the universe, right? I thought that if I followed the instructions of the Leviathan, I would get something in return. And we need to be there for those people. I mean this non sarcastically and kind of slowly show them like note there is a whole world out here of the laws of nature and there is the gospel and there is a God and Fauci is not that person. And you're seeing that. And it's best manifested in the collective kind of freak out of every person on cable television, right? They don't know what to do.
Legal Insurrection: Democrats' Jan. 6 Clown Show Was Worse Than Expected
"One of our favorite sites here is legal insurrection And they have a wonderful story there that you ought to look at is put up there on Saturday The Democrats January 6th clown show was worse than expected Their hysterical pearl clutching live filled response to the events of January 6th What Democrats are clearly hoping will be their transformative rights dog moment is unseemly phony to its corp purely and solely political We know this because there was no outrage over the leftist rioters who attempted to transition to power during president Trump's inauguration Not only did anti Trump leftist riot attack and enter police set cars and buildings on fire But they were later rewarded for this attempt to subvert democracy to the tune of $1.6 million in taxpayer money Do you know how many congressional Democrats or Republicans for that matter willed about our democracy on the brink Do you know how many of these inauguration rioters were hunted down by the FBI arrested beaten and mistreated and how this political prisoners for over a year Do you know how many of them are harboring blueprints of the capitol building or wait That was an unconstructed still box LEGO set Not a model used for terrorist purposes or whatever random lunacy the FBI parent at that time If you said zero you're right on all
Caller Jerry Describes His Experience Going Maskless in Chicago
"It's interesting to see how different Florida is from New York about masks. What about Chicago? That's where Jerry is, and he's been wearing maskless, I guess, in stores. Hey Jerry, how you doing? Well, real well, I wanted to let you know about my experiences. I'm in a suburb of Chicago. And I'm a Vietnam era marine. So God bless government misinformation for a long time now. Yes, sir. For the last two and a half, three months, I've been walking into grocery stores, hardware stores, big box stores, occasionally I'll see one or two other individuals without a mask. Nobody has said squat to me. Interesting. Interesting do you know what? I think if more people put up a fight, all this stuff will go by the wayside and we get back to normal living. Well, that's just it. And I hear that a lot. And of course, when people say that I go along with it and put a mask on because a ladies on the elevator with me and she's unhappy and asking me to put the mask back on, I get it. I understand, if you don't, if we don't stand up, if more of us did stand up, then this sort of insanity, I mean, think about this for just a moment. Think about the reasoning and the logic behind, we're all going to get COVID, but wear your mask.
Today Show 70th Anniversary-Today Intro and Wrap
"A a milestone milestone today today in in morning morning television television N. N. B. B. C. C. news news this this is is a a special special edition edition of of today today seventieth seventieth anniversary anniversary the the today today show show first first aired aired on on January January fourteenth fourteenth nineteen nineteen fifty fifty two two with with Dave Dave Galloway Galloway as as the the host host co co host host now now our our Savannah Savannah Guthrie Guthrie and and Hoda Hoda copy copy but but Guthrie Guthrie was was not not on on the the set set today today she she tested tested positive positive for for the the coronavirus coronavirus Savannah's Savannah's always always front front center center I I mean mean she she may may not not physically physically be be here here but but we've we've always always had had a a name name but but eight eight thousand thousand times times and and this this is is just just one one of of those those unlucky unlucky moments moments where where you you happen happen to to get get you you know know get get Kobe Kobe during during this this moment moment al al Roker Roker has has been been delivering delivering the the weather weather on on the the today today show show for for more more than than thirty thirty years years it's it's not not an an act act yeah yeah you you know know you you see see that that on on TV TV I I think think a a lot lot of of places places of of tried tried to to manufacture manufacture that that it it but but I I think think it it speaks speaks to to the the seventy seventy years years speaks speaks to to the the the the the the the the genuineness genuineness of of what what goes goes on on in in Studio Studio One One last last night night the the lights lights on on the the Empire Empire State State Building Building in in New New York York or or in in the the today today show's show's trademark trademark orange orange I'm I'm at at Donahue Donahue
California governor denies RFK assassin Sirhan Sirhan parole
"The the man man who who assassinated assassinated Robert Robert F. F. Kennedy Kennedy has has been been once once again again denied denied parole parole calling calling the the slaying slaying one one of of the the most most notorious notorious crimes crimes in in American American history history California California governor governor Gavin Gavin Newsom Newsom rejected rejected a a recommendation recommendation from from parole parole commissioners commissioners to to release release her her hand hand Sir Sir him him the the man man who who shot shot and and killed killed senator senator Robert Robert F. F. Kennedy Kennedy in in nineteen nineteen sixty sixty eight eight five five others others were were wounded wounded during during the the shooting shooting at at the the ambassador ambassador hotel hotel in in Los Los Angeles Angeles which which took took place place moments moments after after Kennedy Kennedy claimed claimed victory victory in in California's California's democratic democratic presidential presidential primary primary in in his his decision decision Newsome Newsome said said Sir Sir hand hand now now seventy seventy seven seven still still lacks lacks insight insight regarding regarding his his crime crime and and poses poses a a threat threat to to public public safety safety during during his his parole parole hearing hearing Sir Sir has has stopped stopped short short of of taking taking full full responsibility responsibility for for a a shooting shooting he he said said he he doesn't doesn't recall recall because because he he was was drunk drunk Kennedy's Kennedy's widow widow and and six six of of his his children children hailed hailed Newsom's Newsom's decision decision well well two two of of Kennedy Kennedy son son supports supports our our hands hands release release the the defense defense attorney attorney says says she she will will ask ask a a judge judge to to overturn overturn the the denial denial saying saying the the parole parole process process has has become become politicized politicized and and the the new new Senate Senate nor nor California California law law I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer came came
Sydney Watson Comments About Mark McGowan Translating English to English
"So what is going on in your home country of Australia We're going to play a video at some point later in the show of a MP over there I don't even remember his name Mark something or whatever Mark McGowan and you saw it and he's doing a public service announcement and Sydney he translates English into English with an Aboriginal translator What is going on What happened to this wonderful country Why is it turning into a police state Okay so I think the first thing that a lot of Americans seem to think is that Aussies have an always will be like America and the reality is that I'm not surprised by anything that we're seeing back home at the moment The video that you're referring to I saw that as well And it was just it's so tragic And so I'm glad you're going to play it because it's humiliating I think for a lot of us And for people who don't know the Aboriginal population I think there's fewer than 1% of the population or Aboriginal but they do have their own little dialect And they also have their own languages and what have you but this video is just disgusting And it's kind of soaking too because aboriginals understand English They're not you know it's not like they have mental problems and they don't know what we're saying So this is really bad But insofar as what's going on to Shelley go to remember that it is a Commonwealth country it's based around English common law and things like that So a lot of what's going on is predicated on the fact that all these are not super stoked with the idea of freedom In fact they value security over freedom That's just something that people have to remember
The Jobs Numbers Are Out... And They Ain't Good
"Well, the jobs numbers are out this week. The Labor Department moments ago released the jobs numbers and they ain't good. The number of U.S. workers filing unemployment claims rose again this week, data released by the Labor Department shows 230,000 initial jobless claims for the week ending January 8th, the tally was up from last week's 207,000 claims. The jobless claims number was higher than expected, and it jumped to the highest level since November. Economists had predicted 200. So, you know, it's higher than they thought, more bad news. The Biden economy completely fallen apart.
Dems switch strategy on voting bill as Biden pushes action
"President president Biden Biden meets meets privately privately with with Senate Senate Democrats Democrats on on the the strategy strategy on on their their voting voting and and elections elections legislation legislation in in a a memo memo obtained obtained by by the the AP AP Senate Senate Majority Majority Leader Leader Chuck Chuck Schumer Schumer outlines outlines a a plan plan to to hold hold debate debate that that could could stretch stretch for for days days on on voting voting rights rights legislation legislation his his proposal proposal comes comes as as Democrats Democrats seek seek ways ways to to actually actually pass pass the the managers managers because because of of the the fifty fifty fifty fifty split split in in the the Senate Senate White White House House press press secretary secretary Jen Jen Psaki Psaki says says president president Biden Biden is is ready ready for for the the fight fight this this is is a a defining defining moment moment that that will will divide divide everything everything before before and and everything everything after after when when the the most most fundamental fundamental American American right right that that all all others others flow flow from from the the right right to to vote vote and and have have your your vote vote counted counted is is at at risk risk the the link link the the debate debate would would still still not not solved solved the the fundamental fundamental problem problem Democrats Democrats lack lack any any Republican Republican support support as as well well as as the the backing backing of of democratic democratic senators senators Joe Joe Manchin Manchin of of West West Virginia Virginia and and Kyrsten Kyrsten Sinema Sinema of of Arizona Arizona for for a a rules rules change change to to allow allow passage passage by by a a simple simple majority majority to to McGuire McGuire Washington Washington
U.S. Senate Candidate Mike Durant: Gary Gordon and Randy Shughart Were Deserving of a Medal of Honor
"When I was an instructor at our academy I'd see a lot of the students sometimes at the end of a hard PT session You know you'd hear the moment and grown and you were in the military You know what I'm talking about Oh another lap whatever we got to do More kettlebells And I would sit them down on this little exercise kind of mat thing we had outside And I'd say guys listen I want to tell you a story And I would tell them the story of Gary Gordon and Randy shughart the two Delta snipers that saved your life And how they had to ask three times three times to go down and save your broken back broken legs You know they could have easily taken the first answer as no Mike and said you know what I did my best tried to save his life but they were walking Michael Durant into sure death They had to know that And they did it anyway And you know what Those agent treaties would get up and be like I got another lap in me like my life isn't so hard Having lived it their memories must mean the world to you Well you're absolutely right And I often question I mean I was committed to my comrades as anyone else out there on the battlefield that day But I question whether or not I would have had the fortitude in the will and the courage to essentially as you described it insist on being dropped off because initially they were told no And they realized that without taking action we were gone And my life is proof that in the end they were correct And they were absolutely deserving of the middle of honor and there's no way I could never be paid Yeah Well I was talking to Mike durand candidate for U.S. Senate in Alabama I think it's noble you to say that I think we all say that Would we have had we have had the strength and the courage to do the same thing That's fair I mean we all you can never know that until you're in that situation
Eric Adams Demotes Brother From Deputy NYPD Commissioner to Deputy Director of Mayoral Security
"And Eric Adams, he's right along. He goes right along with it all. He hasn't taken on a challenge this whack job prosecutor or district attorney. They've got in New York now. But he did back pedal on a bizarre promotion he gave his brother. He had given his brother who was, I think the assistant director of parking at Virginia Commonwealth university, nothing that is anything wrong with being the assistant director of parking, but I'm not sure you should become a deputy NYPD commissioner. Well, it turns out mer Adams has now already demoted his brother after the pushback, city officials confirmed moments ago that mayor Adams little brother is now going to be the executive director of mayoral security. That's a number of notches lower in rank from his previously. Designated title. He's still going to do pretty well. He's going to get a salary of $210,000 a year. The retired NYPD sergeant, but that's 30,000 less from what he would be getting his deputy police commissioner. So I guess even Eric Adams saw the handwriting on the wall
How Long Can the Left's Disconnect From Reality Last?
"Douglas, you talked about the disconnect. The year is now of the left and the media, which is, of course, the same. Being unable to deal with their mistake or their lack of understanding what was happening in the politics in 2015, 2016. So let me ask you, what are the scenarios for both the media and the left? Number one, as long as you have the Jeff Bezos of the world, drop a few billion here and there like they're buying a new picker knees. These things are vanity projects. The Washington Post is clearly a vanity project. Do market forces not apply, and they can do it forever. Or is there a moment of collapse? How long can the party the left, for example, be disconnected? How long can that disjunction between reality and that quote unquote political elite last before there's some kind of necessary self introspection or can they stretch it out forever? You know, you remember there was a famous law, Herbert Stein's law, Stein's law is things that can not go on won't. And it's a fine law, but often tweaked it slightly more cynical version is that in my experience, things that can not go on usually do. A moderate tweak there, Douglas, a moderate toy. It's an important one, though, isn't it? How many times have you I and many others looked at situations in government in the media and society and said, that just can't go on? And yet, you know, a few years later, you look back and you see that's what you said. And the thing in question is still going on, you know? Incompetence of this scale, that can't go on. And it goes
Michael Anton Comments on Dr. Fauci Implying Sen. Paul Is Responsible for Death Threats
"Last question you just saw this phenomenon Rand Paul and I don't know what you saw didn't but Rand Paul and Doctor Fauci up on Capitol Hill where Doctor Fauci who Michael is a public figure paid by you my and everyone else in the audience's tax dollars He's not a private physician Using a government account engaged in some suspicious behavior with Francis Collins about the GBD authors Jay botta char and others So Rand Paul calls him out and Fauci starts implying that Rand Paul's responsible for the death threats he's getting Saying it to a guy Michael with no sense of self awareness at all who was literally attacked by his neighbor Rand Paul and put in the hospital I mean if that isn't a moment like one of the greatest self owns of all time I've never I really don't know what compares I don't know who came up with this line but it's a great line I wish I knew so that I could give him credit whoever it is It goes like this Our speech is violence their violence is speech So when the left takes to the streets in the middle of 2000 and burn cities and smashes and loots and I don't know how many people died but it was something around three dozen That's all called mostly peaceful protests and an expression of free speech When the right says something like hey you know funded gain of function research and lied about it and that gain of function research may have led to the COVID pandemic that's destroyed our economy and led to all of these ridiculous mandates talking about it and that becomes violence It's a complete inversion redefinition It's a way of using words as weapons and confounding people so that they can't see clearly what's going on and what's being taken away
"Mocking Anti-Vaxxers’ COVID Deaths Is Ghoulish, Yes — but May Be Necessary"
"There's a Los Angeles Times columnist. Pulitzer Prize winner, no less named Michael hilt sick. Who wrote a column called mocking anti vaxxers and the column says mocking those who die who are unvaccinated is ghoulish, yes, but necessary. On the one hand he writes a hallmark of civilized thought is the sense that every life is precious. On the other, those who have deliberately flouted sober medical advice by refusing a vaccine known to reduce the risk of serious disease from the virus, including the risk to others and end up in the hospital or the grave can be viewed as receiving their just desserts. Can you imagine what a miserable person you have to be? To see or to read about the death of two elderly people holding hands and saying rotting hell, good riddance, see you later bye or this guy, a column, a Pulitzer, the Pulitzer committee gave this guy an award. Mocking the deaths of anti vaxxers is necessary. In order to create teachable moments
"first moment" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Than life. The first moment that I became aware of the world around me. I realized that I wanted to be seen. No, no, That's not right. I wanted to stand out. To stand apart and to be me Hold that thought for a moment I've been thinking. As the world around me gets more and more complex. I yearned for to be simpler. Been giving a lot of thought to this lately, I've been asking lots of questions, even talking about what can we clarify and take actions to make life simpler? I've talked about simplification on the radio. This is sophistication to simplicity. But the reality the more I observe life, the more I realize people don't appreciate the straight line. Getting from here to there in the shortest distance in the shortest period of time. We're too busy adding words to simple sentences, complicating interactions because we don't understand that people were dealing with Underestimating people thinking that the other guy is not smart negotiating with ourselves Easy. I love listening to strategy discussions and companies seeking plans setting plans for getting inevitably on the other side of the table. They have something to say as well. Generals will tell you. A battle plan is only worth the paper. It's written on once you encounter the enemy. Speaking government, our government they take the simple and ruin it. They take the simple and complicated everything, and in recent years they've taken to lying, and that has become their new raison D tre. You don't need mess. They don't work where masks they work Where two layers of mass. They work. Don't wear mess. They don't work where? Mandating mask now. The the same more no more. No more. No matter what side of the aisle you're on. You know that. That's true. People are often the same. I know companies make this mistake all the time. There's one simple fact in business, The company's seem to forget. It's all about the product. You offer whether the product is delivering product foods service, fashion, automobiles, phones. If you use it, carry it. Where it spend time with it. Get something from here to there. You're only as good as your product. And then, of course, how you tell the story. How do you get that message across any CEO who doesn't respect product will not survive unless, of course, his number two understands this simple fact. It's always about the product. And you are product must break through the clutter. In the interest of clear and simple example. I want to help us here. I want to make sure you understand what I'm saying. Starbucks Starbucks reinvented coffee, many types of coffee and the accessories to go with his scones, cakes. Whatever. They created the format the ease and comfort of this stores. They train their workers. They thought through every package in logo they developed a service model created.
"first moment" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
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"first moment" Discussed on The 5 AM Miracle
"Out one moment company. Okay excellent will have those links our listeners. This week in the show notes and other than that makes lobby to has been a wonderful conversation. And i'm excited to hear the results of our listeners. From applying this practice. Thank you joe.
"first moment" Discussed on The 5 AM Miracle
"As an organization. I personally practiced longer meditation as well and they have they have distinctly different benefits and Even in case of longer meditation some negative consequences potentially for some people. So they're different and i. I like both of them so they s from this year from this perspective. It sounds like the kinds of people. I would imagine respond to this. The best are those. Who are the busiest. I know from my perspective. I tend to be. It's it's been hard for me to adopt meditation in the past as a practice. But i feel as though this seems so much more palatable for me and i feel as though other people who are maybe are type a or have busy schedules. I think they would gravitate towards this faster. Have you seen. That's the case that those who are the busiest in the most stressed tend to find this to be the most helpful. yes absolutely. that's why you know that's why as a leadership organization. We work with a of people like that. So it's very attractive to them Absolutely but it's also attractive to people who Were nervous about meditating You know had some concerns about it or felt that they couldn't do it because the thought of long meditation was intimidating. We've even had success with this with children who have attention deficit disorder like this is the length of time a child can do. Parents can do with a child So really gets over. Not just the busy obstacle but a whole bunch of other obstacles. that's excellent. i love this practice. I think there's a lot of applications for lead a lot of scenarios. Carmel says you wanted to discuss from that perspective of leadership or from a team dynamic how this plays out. I i think one thing i would add. Is that when you work with high performers. And you know they're they often don't embark on things that you might suggest because they have a fear of failure and I think when. I have seen these high performers experience a one moment meditation the absolute joy in the fact that they succeeded at something is just remarkable. And we don't often during the working day. Get that chance to experience uncelebrated success so i think it is really helpful for those who fear failure because it is so accessible on my own experience of trying. Meditation was just that you know when i started i. I would always embark on a meditation along a meditation feeling in advance. I was probably going to screw up. And that's why when marty introduce me to one moment meditation. It's been such a boom because you know you have each moment within minutes. And that's available for you and that gives you such a sense of achievement and i dunno just it's been really really helpful to me but in terms of performance and getting ready for things but also in terms of personally for chronic pain management after spine surgery. It has been just a application many different areas in my life. Yeah i can imagine. There's a lot of benefits in terms of those who are trying to to work through something like that. I myself. I had back surgery two years ago. I i have a similar story in that sense..
"first moment" Discussed on The 5 AM Miracle
"Had the power to do that because we tend to project things onto the world is causing problems. People realize they can change their state of mind and that it doesn't take long. That in itself is a powerful learning that longer. Meditation doesn't necessarily teach you so one of the reasons. We keep it to a minute it because the meta training jeff is that you can make a meaningful change in your state of mind quickly. That's a massive learning for people So that's keeping it to the minute. Has these extra the extra value and then to go back to something you asked before jeff about from training point to deal which i i really loved your question by keeping it to a minute. You know those of us who like training and measuring in metric sand exercises in performance and things like that realize that within this framework. That's called a minute which doesn't really exist right. It's a convention but within this framework and it's a really good framework work with engineers and coders and doctors who are very more analytic. You can go deeper and deeper and deeper so it's a different kind of training and it. It becomes quite miraculous to people how deep they can go in a minute and even give this. How long a minute starts to seem when you're comfortable with it The when you practice the minute at first time they say goes by in a flash but as you keep practising it of course there's always newman. It's not the same minute but it still time like a minute each time you do it the more comfort the more the more quickly you relax into it and trust it the more sense of spaciousness. You find there so you kinda go. Wow i have a whole minute to unwind my mind seemingly very counterintuitive but i see gonna dial i love it. That's good very definitely counterintuitive. Yup i mean from that perspective of practicing the i. Guess the one minute meditation. Do you also incorporate longer throughout your day or is this just the only practice that you're focused on. This is the practice that we teach.
"first moment" Discussed on The 5 AM Miracle
"And find such a debt and refuge us. It's like I guess diving back into a pool or pond. It seems so much more than minutes. When you're ms so carmel. How does this work in the corporate setting. Let's go back to that example you listed earlier of a meeting would start with this. Does that mean that in the meeting and then pause for a minute and do this by themselves in a group setting or how does that play out. So if i give you an example of something onto tomorrow On data workshop on personal browsing and i'll starts when the people gather 'cause i know they're a a vibrant and busy bunch of people and they all come to me from many different ways and many different interactions and i'll start with the one moment meditation but there are a new group so i won't necessarily tell them it's a meditation i will we frame us as a gathering and the start of something and then what tends to happen is people enjoy the experience. So much and you can see them on screen they. They open their eyes and they they look around them and they think i would love to do that again. So i'll i'll to use a re frame to to really make this applied so it isn't necessarily that. And i hope this makes sense. But i'm asking people to do a meditation. I'm inviting them to arrive. I'm inviting them to gather. I'm inviting them to start work. I'm inviting them to finish. Because we may do a one moment meditation at the end so as a way of applying it in practice. It's less about the meditation and more about what's to say in business context that you've tried to do like that focus primarily because i can imagine the start of most meetings which you mentioned are hectic and people are busy. And they're coming from previous engagements. I think the the invitation to just be presidents even acknowledging that for a minute i can imagine that changes the dynamic of those who are who are there. What have you seen from a reaction from people. Do they find this to be like initially beneficial or do they pick. It's bizarre or strange. Or how do they respond to that. So we often ask people you know with when we check in with them when they arrive and then after they've done the meditation we often check in and say how are you feeling now and there's this often this knows of surprise and joy in their voice when they say i feel peaceful or i feel ready or i feel alive so i would say multi. We make very little resistance. If any haven't met any resistance petition like a poll. Two things together That question we asked people after the first minute do they notice that even a slight positive shift in their state of mind. It's kind of mind blowing. People have never done it before that. They can do that in just a minute and.
"first moment" Discussed on The 5 AM Miracle
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"first moment" Discussed on The 5 AM Miracle
"Meditation in a corporate session is it doesn't take so long. So people are the we were able to overcome the objections. That people don't have time to do something and it's pretty accessible. You don't need special stuff for a special place to go and do us. It's something that's available to us all the time. So from an in a corporate setting something like that were exclusively and helps people gather helps them focus and give them the clarity to move onto the next thing the next thing. I'm finished by saying that. I think that problem of moving onto one payment and the next thing. The next thing has really been sedated by virtual working where we have these back to back zoom sessions and it is difficult to maintain intention and attention during the course of the working day. So that's why practice like this. It's beautifully yeah. I think it's a really great point. The idea of of transitions from one thing to the next are certainly hampered by how busy we all are You you mentioned this idea that a meeting might start with this practice. And so martin me. We can go back to the practicality of what it actually means to do this style of meditation. I'm it sounds as though it's you can do anytime anywhere. Anyplace so more specifics. Around like what it actually means to meditates for for one moment right so maybe jeff. I'll start step back one step and then come to your question the the the other another insight that i had that led to this. Was that if you really understand. What the the great spiritual teachers are saying about the practice of meditation and how it relates to time. It's all about being present in this moment. You can spend twenty years at the top of the mountain. Meditating and the great realization you have at the end of that is being here now. So i turned upside down. I said if the answer is here now why don't we start here now. And why don't we look at what we can do in this moment. That's right here rather than think about needing thirty minutes some other time because there's something right here and it's just as good in fact the only thing is we only have right here so the whole thought. About how long do. I need to meditate for a when i should meditate or where i should meditate is actually a distraction from the opportunity to focus your mind and become more present right here now in this moment so the reason this works and we've done lots of testing in organizations about how asking people to do just. This has an effect as think the reason it works is because there is actually enormous power and being present in this moment and not giving into that part of you that wants to postpone it or delay it or schedule at some other time so with that. Does that make sense. Jeff i love that perspective. And that's the neal ran the head as far as you know the biggest reason why we don't meditate is that we're trying to schedule it for later. I love the idea that we don't have to wait so what we've done is we've brought the medicine to the problem. So if you're tossing and turning at night and you can't sleep. This happened to me. I'll speak for myself. I was tossing. And turning..
"first moment" Discussed on The 5 AM Miracle
"Point for me. Maybe i'll pause there. There's a couple of other starting points. I think that one land yeah definitely. I think there's a lot. You touching this idea of your being. Among and going to a monastery i think this. There's a lot to be said about for my own personal perspective. When i've thought about medication in the past i always assumed there was a heavy investment of time. And that if you didn't you said you know elise twenty minutes twice a day that you wouldn't get the benefits. I guess from that perspective. Like what kinds of benefits can we expect from meditation whether you're doing it for a shorter session or longer like where. Where's the goal behind a practice. Like this one thing we have to correct. Maybe i'll jump in with. This is some something out there that meditation is relaxing and that's really incorrect. Meditations about being awake. And this is where the math to productivity. I think will be particularly interesting for your listeners. Meditations about being awake so we have this idea because you see in the papers over the internet. Whatever when they have an article meditation. There's always somebody at a spa right. Who's completely checked out from ordinary life. Meditations about being awake but it's a relaxed wakefulness. It's a relaxed fullness. It's probably more relaxed than our ordinary state. If we've drunk three espressos and four red both but it's it's it's it's relaxed. Wakefulness okay So that's i think that's key to understanding the benefits because if you are very stressed and if you are having all of the health problems that come from stress or related to stress or are exacerbated by stress then the relax. The relaxing side of meditation has a positive effect on all of those health problems as well as kind of engagement. Problems like listening empathy Speaking what clearly whatever. Because you're more relaxed. You're more present and you're clear right now. The awake state of it has to do with. Are you on target. Are you saying what you want to be saying. You'd doing what you want to be doing. Are you distracted or you focused so the awake side of it helps bring us integrator performance because it. it sharpens. Our mind on what we're choosing to do in this moment where we pay attention. So all the benefits of meditation in including on things like decision making you know brainstorming at one end to Benefits for chronic conditions like asthma or depression or all those benefits come.
"first moment" Discussed on The 5 AM Miracle
"Thank you. let's just be good today with having the to introduce yourselves. I know you've got some interesting background. The world of meditation so love to hear a little bit of your back story so Martin will begin with you. Thanks jeff. I love that. You're asking about meditation in the context of a productivity podcast in performance with for people interested in performance because My background is. I went to business school many many years ago and Became a bit despairing. That the only thing you learned in business school where things like strategy and linear analysis and quantitative analysis. Because i knew there was more to success and leadership than just those things so rather than go to wall street kind of turned left and began to study the software. But sometimes i think Maybe inadequately called the softer skills like psychology meditation. Body art of interested in other ways of making sense of the world and being a leader and it was. It was only really. When i discovered this approach to meditation that i now call one moment meditation that i started realizing how powerful and effective it could be in all walks of life including the high performance leadership and business world that i had left. So that's when. I began to to bring that message back into the workplace informed the one moment company with caramel. Excellent ancarlo you. Well i've spent most of my career rejecting every form of meditation. I'm a. I'm a chartered. Accountant by backgrounds was a tax director attacks partner in places like before five hundred and big four so i absolutely broke myself on the wheel of productivity Worked hard for many many years over. My career You know how exposure in in my life to things like nlp training and coaching training. An organization developments. But it wasn't until twenty fourteen when i went for some spine surgery that i just assumed i bounced back from and be as productive as i ever was. Bela was big big hase. I was going to take a long long time to recover an coincided with me being involved in a y in their pioneering mindfulness program which they had started to introduce really to just see how it would work in a corporate setting so it was very fortunate to be part of the us and really began to see the benefits. Not just for myself but for other people but to quite a long time for that to lands with me and i left e. y. Back in the beginning of twenty seventeen a real mission at that time which i still do to ease the burden of working life on the working world and i happened on marty at a conference where we both speaking on the subject of time and mindfulness and we came together and created this joint endeavor to really help ease that burden of the working world a meditation as proof so helpful and useful to the leaders that we were excellent. Yes i think. there's a lot of power. There's a dive into you today in our discussion. So let's just open this up with this a little more detail on this concept of the one moment's meditation. I initially my thoughts around. That are it. Sounds like it's a short lived meditation sessions..
"first moment" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
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"first moment" Discussed on This Week In Video Games
"The very first moment when you boot up canes Jairo and you hear that familiar Zelda music you know this is going to be a great experience cans of high role is unlike most games you play it makes his rhythm elements with a rogue like action R._P._G.. And they may not sound like they've mixed together very well. However the end result is a delightful yet different experience cadence of high-rollers from braces off Games who previously reached the first trip to the necker dancer game back in two thousand fifteen? This latest installment was announced earlier in the year and came as somewhat of a surprise in Nintendo. Nintendo don't often lend out their main characters for indie companies to play with here. Though the world of trip to the necker dancer and the Leaden Zelda. I've been blended very well indeed taking the best elements from the rhythm game and mixing them into Jairo starting up the game. We're introduced a cadence. She's been dropped into Jairo and players introduced to the basics as you explore areas of the map where enemies all you have to move in time with the music to attack so rather than pressing buttons to use items like another legends tale two games moving towards enemies and objects automatically triggers the items for example move into an enemy and you'll attacked with a sword and you move into a mountain earth and you use your spade to dig the ground moving in time with the beat is crucial to attacking attacking and avoiding enemies in terms of the story of the game the evil octavio is imprisoned the Princess's father in the castle and you have to explore Jairo and defeat for champions to break the seal and save the Kingdom in some sense. It's traditional top-down down Zelda game where you explore zones collect items to feel more powerful and level at Lincoln Zelda through the items you collect from defeating bosses and dungeons but there's just enough here to mix it up and feel fresh once the tutorials zone is over with cadence you get the choice to play with either Ling- 'cause they order by choosing between the two portals the don't worry too much about your choice here because later in the game you built on all the characters each of the characters has different abilities where Zelda can cast spells us and link starts out with the shield much like other Zelda Games you explore the world pickup familiar items for example. There's an ice rod bombs or Hook shot and you add those armory each screen axes a mini puzzle so different types of enemies had different movement and attack patterns. I the movement feels a little bit strange and the game feels challenging but getting used to move into the beaten timing your attacks come fairly quickly. At first the movement feels a little bit strange and the game feels challenging but as you play you get used to moving to the and the timing after a couple of hours of play you'll be hopping dodging swinging his sword to the bait they're fantastic remixed music and the game chaining together attacks and and avoiding being hit by enemies means you pick up a buff and defeating enemies will start become much easier. The beat is indicated on the main screen with a rhythm buyers moving into a trifle at the bottom of the screen so hop attack and Dodge in time to the bait and you'll be just fine as you explore the world you'll come across Sheikha stones the make sure you interact with these. Are Actors respond points for you. It's likely when you first start in the game. You're done on a regular basis so picking up. These checkpoints is really useful to make sure you don't lose too much. Progress cans of hierarchy does make sure it's not too punishing giving you hints on where to go and later in the game you unlock the ability to fast travel from place to place throughout the world you find diamonds and you want to pick these up as when you die no you can trade these for equipment. You lost upon death much like breath wild weapons and items curability so these will break if you hold onto them for too long you can find items all throughout the world by killing enemies opening chests and cutting down Bush's when you die you'll lose rupees lower-tier items however some of the most significant items stay with you for example items. You've collected in dungeons when he first start canes of higher. All the game seems tough. You'll die lose items and the rhythm part of the game may throw you off however stick with because as you progress all these mechanics become second nature and the game has a satisfying loop as well as some of the best music in video games in recent years the music is definitely one of the game strengths and as you explore you'll be reminded of the classic Lyndale the tracks from years gone by the graphics in the game or also great. The view is similar to that of linked to the past or link's awakening and the graphics are a huge improvement over the previous installment of Crypt to the necker dancer which at the time of recording is eighty percent sent off in the Nintendo issue up the graphics of bright colorful and really power the hand held screen and the game looks really good undocked mode. It's well there's a variety to the game environments from Grassy wooded desert and snowfield areas. There's a huge amount of replay ability to the game too as you can tweak and Change Moans you can turn off moving to the bait and the fixed beat mode opens up new challenges as the enemies only move when you do the game also tracks your stats and time which will allow advanced players is and Spain Vernon's to have a lot of fun with this one. There's also an co op mode which is really really good and if you really want to take that challenge to the next level there's a permit mode we taken back to the very start the game if you die which is certainly not a MoD for the faint of heart so in summary Canes of Jairo is a delightful Zelda game mixes unique gameplay excellent graphics and a top Tier Soundtrack. The game was a surprise announcement during an Nintendo direct this year and the game has lived up to expectations in in the past Nintendo has been really careful about what third pie developers do with their main I._p.. However the risks they took with brace yourself games has been a successful one and if you like zero two games but you're not quite sure what crypt to the neck Redonda is that I recommend them picking this one up and giving? GonNa try it's a worthy addition to any Nintendo fans collection on Nintendo switch so as we mentioned before the game is from brace yourself games is our Nintendo switch and it was originally released on the thirteenth of June twenty nineteen and overall. We gave the a game a final score of eighty one hundred so that's it for canes of Jairo Really Really Really Fun game and yeah I recommend going out there and picking that one up but next up let's get back into some destiny to.
"first moment" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"first moment" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"If you win today's game you will give Coleen a point on her total victory. Tally would be nice. Nice for me. Okay. Your guest studio. So you've got quite the lead best of luck. I I am pleased with Bradley. He does have the lead you have one hundred twenty forty points. Brad and calling has one hundred twenty six does use win one. She won. Here. You know, I was. Attended by the way, all the action is streaming on our Facebook page right now, Facebook dot com slash mytalk one zero seven one, you can say, Bradley end Donnie over there. Now today cat video festival. Tickets are on sale. Yes. In an honor of going on sale for our cat video. Songs cat related, okay? Hot concert moment numbers from the hit musical cats. Nobody Buckley insight here. Now we have five cat related clips. So for this, first clip, I want you to identify the name of the TV show, that is cat related, listen, carefully, Donnie, and Bradley and correctly, identify this cat related TV show. One moment. Please here we go. Bradley, Bradley, that is gossiping. Yeah. Will you probably weren't watching? Garfield you're probably reading Garfield. Or nothing to my children..
"first moment" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"And kept going and raise two hundred twenty one thousand dollars and that was enough for me to open my own studio. Oh, and with Doug Jones starting shape of water starts soccer discovery and many other science fiction stars, including Leumi we were able to shoot the two hour pilot of of what was projected to be twelve hours per season. And now we're in post on that. And and as I said my audience ultimately gave me between Kickstarter and selling investments. Shares of seventy five hundred dollars each I was able to raise over a million dollars. Yeah. And now, I have my own YouTube channel called Mr. sci-fi, but I post about science fiction. I've just put the first hour of the space pilot on Mr. sci-fi, and we're getting ninety five percents. I'm up in. We're heading toward a million views, and it's just stunning. So anyone listening can go on Mr. Seifein watch that pilot end we put chunk of the second to our story. And in fact that was by shooting with the shell Nichols today. And we're going to be willing to kick start a campaign on Monday to shoot the rest of that to our story and meantime on pitching it to the network VOD platforms. But they're not determining what gets me two doesn't get. They can come aboard as my partner and help promote and help distribute all of that. But I'm going to be making. I wanna make in the fact that my audience the green light anything I wanna make gives me enormous freedom. We always say we knew you win. That's that's fantastic. More good for you. We're proud of you because it's been years since we've been interviewing you and just to watch your evolution explode is just fantastic. So because you know, I get to work with people that I left work you, and I from the first moment, we we met and spoke on coast to coast, we just clicked, and and that you have a certain chemistry with people where you just love working with you left talking to them. And so to be able to reach out to any of the actors that I love in the science fiction world. And also like my Carney from orange is the new black who's down space command. It's just it's just a joy, I love with with because I love the collaboration of working with people who who I admire and and they don't see difference between what I'm doing. And what the networks are doing. The other night was Doug Jones, who is a huge story was the creature in shape of water. He's so ruined Star Trek discovery. But you know, he's working on space command. And and and he's happy to loves doing it. Because the writing is good character is a great. And and the audience just loves what we're doing? What's what's this book? Green-lighting yourself all about because I'm into so many people I see how many people who wanna be actors writers directors and producers get stymied in frustrated because they're waiting for the networks studios to wave their magic wand, and then years with projects through extremely viable, and yet, they're they're frustrated. And so I've been living now where if it was funny because if you have a cell phone in your pocket and computer, and you're on the internet you have your own studio because you have a camera in your cell phone. You can end it on your on your computer, and you can reach audiences of millions of people around the world, you know, when I when I was gonna shoot Michelle Nichols seen for space. Command reached out to to my audience for the money to be able to shoot it. And by the next morning. Someone had contacted me from Switzerland. And within two days the money was in in the space thank account, and we were able to roll camera. And so I wanna teach people, but I've learned to not wait to just follow their dreams and step by step. I'll be telling them exactly how they can do it. And and we're writing the book now, and it comes out later this year. Tell us more about the show runners network. This is exciting. I'm space. Command isn't crazy. Big enough. You know, the entire twelve hours. Stays command this year, I had idea because as I mentioned to you they're over five hundred scripted comedy and drama series. And it's a huge number. And I notice more billboards for different shows that were coming out they weren't using the the names of the actors to promote the so they're using the name of the show runner. The creator of the show the the executive producer running the show. And so it would be from the creator of madmen or from the show runner from the executive producer of Walking Dead. So I I have very many friends who run network shows created some of the top shows of all time has idea where we would I would six of them. I would co create and co writes, six pilots last six series would go to audience finance all six pilots shoot them as slate of six new shows. And and then go to the buyers thing this is six six new shows that we wanna do slate and. And so far, I'm creating I'm writing I now with a friend of mine who was created many, many hit science fiction shows and a big hit show on the are now and one of the highest grossing movie of all time, and at least six people of that of that ilk, and of that quality, and I sat down and generated three hundred and fifty ideas for series in a matter of few weeks. And it's actually the list of my collaborators either choose one of those that we come up with something they they have in their back pocket, or, you know, it's it's it's a very fluid in very fun collaboration. I'm really enjoying it with Mark Zicree. Marc. What is it about Sifi? That is almost universal where everybody seems to like it. Well, I think it's because it takes it out of the of current moment. So whereas you might have a political conversation. But immediately. In the in the polarized situation where you're arguing over over this that and you go into armed camps. And you don't accomplish anything in science fiction by taking it out of the current moment. You people can see there's something that we all wanna future for our kids. We all want everyone to be safe and happy and wealthy and care of medical treatment. All of the things you can agree on the common ground. So rod sterling who was politically liberal people can still have twilights whether the liberal or conservative because they say, well, no one wanted nuclear war. No one wanted the future that he would be warning about. And and so that continues now Star Trek or any of the shows run. Now, you you you it removes the various, you know, any talk about reaching across boundaries and barriers with compassion. I'm not just talking about batteries and varies of race or religion. I'm talking about political boundaries to politically liberal. But some of the people supporting us base command are Trump supporters or or they're liberal, and I don't I don't ask for their their. Voting record. If if they can share a hopeful vision, if they can come to the table with compassion and a good heart and understanding, the we're all here to make a future for all of us that we can live in in the happy and the the healthy on, you know, I'm fine. I don't I don't need someone to tell me what they're what they're who. They voted for the last election. That's that's not the point. What's amazing? Mark is the rod Serling topics would be so apropos today. They would all fit in. Still hugely successful. Twenty years younger than me. And when she became twilights, and I knew that show was going to last forever because it's not about Nikita Khrushchev. It's not about any of that stuff. It's about the future. It's about our world and its end, those issues of life and death and love and alienating. And all of that stuff is relevant. Now is ever. I guess it's difficult to ask. Do you have a favorite twilight zone episode? It's an interesting question, George, I you know, I love walking distance which is rod sterling personal favourite where man goes back to his hometown in he's back in the past of his childhood. And I I'm Ron when he was in the army in World War Two his father died, and he was able to take leave to go to the funeral. And this is the episode where he goes back in time. And so get say goodbye to his father was a very personal upset. It's called walking distance gauge Youngstown stars it. It's great. Of course, we all of the ones about talky Tina and the remnant on the wing. You know, there's so many great episodes. I loved Willoughby to. Yeah. It's a wonderful James Daly. Is. So it's so great in that movie was always classic. I mean, he he's just any never ages. No. He's got a useful heart, you know. And and every time I worked with my first one seven, you know, I called him when I was home sick one day. I was just calling stars of lost in space out of the blue. And then we became friends, and we don't each other since then, and I recently came upon the photo of him as will Robinson that he signed to me when I was seven years old. All my gosh. Amazing. I'm so blessed to have this life. Now. How would he have been? He's a couple years older than me. So he would have been maybe nine or ten not not old at all nine or ten year old signing autographs to a seven year old. That's cool. Here we are working together on space command. And and just having a ball. Of course, I'll always admire and love the gift, you got for me in that was when I wrote that at a to'real about I sing the body electric written by Ray Bradbury and put it in our then after dark newsletter, and we sent a copy of that the Ray, and he just loved it. Sent me that personal letter because of you in I still got it up there on my bulletin board. There's no one like there's any of these people rod surly, and when you connect with them, and you get a personal experience with it's so rewarding so meaningful. I I saw Ray Bradbury was ten years old and a library. I writer I ever saw in person. And and at that at that talk. He said, I delight your life and your work and your art should all come from the same place reached was heart. And and when he became offended mentor in the later decade of his life to me. It was I go over once a month with housing, just we just sit and talk about everything. And I'm writing a book now called my Ray Bradbury about the experience of hinting offended mentor. Did rod Serling ever meet Alfred Hitchcock. I I'm sure he did. Because Ron was a very social person. He was the head of the television academy Hitchcock show was on at the same time twilight zone. I'm certain he he met and admired Hitchcock, and you know. And of course, you bradberry. I mean, a lot of these people were were friends and palled around and hung around together. One time rape wasn't a a supermarket manager Walt Disney and the next day. They had lunch at Disney studio, and they had a great time. And and while said to Ray is anything I can do you race said open, your vaults, and he called down the opened up the Disney vault and Rayfield his arms with animation sales. And all these things he loves and took them home yet carp lunch. Take home anything you wanted to take home. Did you know anybody from Hollywood writers or anybody who was blacklisted during that that horrible period? Hollywood. Particularly when I was a student UCLA. They would come and talk, and it was a very dark period..
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