35 Burst results for "First Word"

Biden tells Naval Academy grads Putin 'NATO-ized Europe'

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 17 hrs ago

Biden tells Naval Academy grads Putin 'NATO-ized Europe'

"I'm Ed Donahue with an AP news minute President Biden told naval academy graduates they will be representatives and defenders of our democracy The president spoke as free societies are under threat from Russia's invasion of Ukraine to China's maritime expansion For the rest of your careers you're going to face challenges unforeseen You're going to have to adapt and be ready to lead your people through whatever lies ahead The president says Russian president Vladimir Putin's brutal war in Ukraine shows the world as aligning not on geography but in terms of values Attacking schools nurseries hospitals museums with no other purpose And eliminate a culture He added this is what you are graduating into The president said Putin's intent was to in his words Finland Europe to make it all neutral Instead he NATO wise All of Europe Bringing nations together I'm Ed

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Dinesh on the Controversy Around Ricky Gervais’ New Comedy Special

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:52 min | 20 hrs ago

Dinesh on the Controversy Around Ricky Gervais’ New Comedy Special

"Well, Ricky Gervais is back. This time with his new Netflix special, it's called super nature. That means I'm going to watch tonight. We saw a little clip on social media, really great stuff, taking on identity politics, taking on the trends issue. And look, you know, interesting thing about Ricky Gervais, and I think probably the same thing could be said of Dave Chappelle. Here are a few quotes from Gervais. He goes, he goes, I'm going to leave it into annoy people. He goes, in other words, comedy is not about respecting taboos. He goes, I talk about aids, famine, canceled the Holocaust rape pedophilia, but know the one thing you mustn't joke about his identity politics. He goes, the one thing you should never joke about is the trans issue. They just want to be treated equally. He goes, I agree. That's why I include them. What a profound statement. You want to be treated equally. Well, that includes the right to be lambasted along with the rest of us. So Ricky Gervais is not willing to make some kind of immunity. And Netflix now I think is beginning to realize that look, you know, it's one thing to start Netflix has a woke staff. And when Chappelle did his special called the closer, the Netflix left us all said, what we're going to do a walkout and they were trying to bring the company to its knees. But it seems like Netflix even though run by a leftist big Obama worshipper. They kind of Netflix regrouped. And I think they realized, wait a minute, you know, we, we got rid of Luis. CK, we got rid of Bill Burr. We got rid of Dave Chappelle. We got rid of Ricky Gervais. Well, who's left? What happens to comedy when comedy becomes nothing more than something that is captive to the prejudices of this woke

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Charlie Welcomes James Roguski From StopTheWHO.com

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:46 min | 1 d ago

Charlie Welcomes James Roguski From StopTheWHO.com

"We're keeping our eyes on the world health assembly in the World Health Organization. And someone who has an amazing website, it's called leave the who dot com or leave the WHO dot com. And it's a substack page that is monitoring everything happening in the World Health Organization in real time. What amendments are being discussed, whose presenting them it's an extraordinary website, leave the who dot com. And the brilliant mind behind it is James rusky with us right now and he's been doing an amazing job covering it. James welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Hey, thanks for having me, Charlie. I greatly appreciate it. I know time is precious. So I'll dive right into it. The latest that we've been able to find is going on, it's just so slippery, okay? The United States presented amendments back in January to the international health regulations. Now, if anybody says the word treaty, or they say the phrase pandemic treaty, that's a decoy. You're talking about something other than what we're talking about. We're talking about proposed amendments to international health regulations. Very concise documents, what has happened is in the last week or so, they've been having difficulty reaching consensus, right? Basically, people are objecting to it. Nations that are there. And the latest thing that I'm aware of because obviously I'm not in Geneva. I'm in my dining room. The latest thing that we're aware of is often some backroom somewhere. There are discussions. And the latest thing that the person who's running this committee that is considering these amendments, he said, in the issue, or to forward the cause of transparency, whatever happens in this back room meeting will be emailed to the people who are in the assembly. And I'm scratching my head going. Well, why don't you just talk about it in public, right? Why do you have to email it? How is that transparent? And so what's going on is they don't actually vote on these amendments. The procedure by which they get all of their resolutions and their documents, they'll have a document that's published on their website and all of the people who are there for the gathering for the assembly will have their computers and they can access the document. And they'll say something like, well, we're talking about document XYZ. Are there any objections, oh, there aren't any objections? Great. Documents been

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Rashida Tlaib via Pro-Hamas Newspaper: Attack Israel

Mark Levin

01:27 min | 1 d ago

Rashida Tlaib via Pro-Hamas Newspaper: Attack Israel

"Within days representative Rashida Tlaib and this hasn't gotten any attention except again from the free Beacon She spoke at a rally this month Reports chuck Ross and Adam credo With a pro Hamas newspaper publisher who urged Palestinians to attack Israel In other words the Jews That's what they mean Now this is 2022 2022 and this is spreading ladies and gentlemen This is stuff is spreading The culture rot is spreading Talib shared the stage with Osama The publisher the Dearborn based Arab American news At the second annual metro Detroit march for Jerusalem Palestine on May 15 Whose newspaper co sponsored the event urged Arabs and Michigan and elsewhere to quote fight within their means Against Israel whether it be with stones or guns or their hands

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Michael Moore: It's Time to Repeal the Second Amendment

The Dan Bongino Show

01:24 min | 1 d ago

Michael Moore: It's Time to Repeal the Second Amendment

"Do He was Michael Moore Remember him whopper guy Maybe Big Macs I'm not sure Either way Michael Moore doesn't care about himself much you can tell so definitely doesn't care about you Here's a cut of Michael Moore on MSNBC Talking about it being time now to repeal the Second Amendment Now as you're listening to this I want you to keep this headline in your head From Fox News 2015 Michael Moore's bodyguard arrested on airport gun charge So Michael Moore wants to be sure that your ability to defend yourself via the Second Amendment a Second Amendment disappears You shouldn't have that right But Michael Moore wants to make sure that that right is exercised by others to protect him because you know he's got the dough to pay a bodyguard Here listen to this This is his words not mine MSNBC Michael Moore just coming out and saying it Time to repeal that Second Amendment check this out To nickel and dime this I don't know if that's going to do it I think that we need some really drastic action here We need a moratorium perhaps on gun sales We need who will say on this network or any other network in the next few days it's time to repeal the Second Amendment Or you can't say that Well why not Why not Let me read that headline again Same guy Michael Moore's bodyguard arrested on airport gun charge January 2015

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Beto O'Rourke Crashes Gov. Abbott's Press Conference on Uvalde Tragedy

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:47 min | 1 d ago

Beto O'Rourke Crashes Gov. Abbott's Press Conference on Uvalde Tragedy

"So yesterday in uvalde, Texas, the governor Greg Abbott, along with the lieutenant governor Dan Patrick, the mayor of uvalde, other elected officials, law enforcement officials attempted to hold a press conference. Beto o'rourke, this clown who wants to be Texas next governor, decided to make an ass of himself and stood up and interrupted the press conference by screaming accusations at the ivaldi and state government leaders. This is a little bit of what the pandemonium and chaos sounded and looked like. You can watch along if you're watching us today on the Salem news channel. Excuse me. Excuse me. Excuse me. Let's just sit down. You're out of line and an embarrassment. Sit down. And you are doing nothing. No, we're off. We need to get his ass out of here. This didn't have place to talk to the show. This is totally predictable when you are out of line. Sir, you are out of line. I'm sure you are out of line. Please leave us auditorium. I can't believe you're a sick son of a bitch. It would come to a deal like this to make a political issue here. We don't ordinarily air, we try to bleep some words that are, you know, curse words, but I'm sorry. I told the team, don't bleep that. Let Americans hear beto o'rourke being told off by the grieving anguished mayor of Yuval de.

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Tom Ascol on Changing the Current Culture Giving Rise to Evil Acts

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:36 min | 2 d ago

Tom Ascol on Changing the Current Culture Giving Rise to Evil Acts

"Can you speculate as to why some members of the SBC have been willing to adopt and entertain some of these ideologies? Why do you think that they have been as successful as they have? You and I would both agree that they are inconsistent and incongruent with theological truth and teaching. But yet they've had a surprising amount of success. Why do you think that is? Well, two reasons. One, it's the cultural air that we breathe. And so we can not escape the fact that we are living in a time when these kind of ideas are just permeating everything in culture and if you're not having your defenses up and being on guard all the time, then you're going to be moved along by those cultural wins. And that happens more readily where there's not a rock ribbed solid commitment to the full and authority of God's word and the lordship of Jesus Christ over every square inch of creation. And sadly, I think what's being exposed in our Southern Baptist convention is that our theological convictions have been more theoretical than they have been practical that our confessional theology has not moved into functional theology nearly as rigorously as it should have. And as a result, as we've been worn not to invasions for, I see that we have been moved along by various winds of doctrine out of our confessional parameters at points, and we need to we need to be recovered. We need God to come and send us a great spirit of repentance and revival so that we can once again stand firm under the lordship of Christ.

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Pastor Tom Ascol Offers Words of Comfort in This Brutal Time

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:39 min | 2 d ago

Pastor Tom Ascol Offers Words of Comfort in This Brutal Time

"Curiosity over the last couple of years. About the baptist convention, the Southern Baptist convention and their leadership and their direction and how they're handling some of these issues of critical race theory and how it has been engaging with the church. And there is a movement to try to restore in my opinion theological and biblical sanity back to the convention. And one person in particular is a senior pastor from grace baptist church in cape corral, Florida beautiful cape corral, Florida, Tom askew, and he's with us right now. Tom, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. I just want to first start and just ask you as a pastor, just give our audience some words of comfort from the scriptures in this very unexpected and brutal time of national mourning as we look at what's happened and you've all day Texas. Yeah, well, this is thought to be a reminder to us that we live east of Eden. We live in a fallen world. It's precisely because of that. The gods on the lord Jesus into the world. And it is only through Christ, we can find reconciliation with God. We can find the comfort that we need. God is with those who are broken hearted, he deals gently with people who find themselves cast down. So my encouragement is to look to Christ to recognize, again, why we need to save and how good God has been to us to give up his own son to save us from our sin. And we need to get that message of Salvation as widely distributed as we can because this type of evil continues in our world.

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Ruben Gallego Curses Fellow Senator

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:57 sec | 2 d ago

Ruben Gallego Curses Fellow Senator

"Toll right now is 21 19 kids and two adults. And there's some very ugly stuff out there. The ugliest come from actually congressman. Gallego, who's really a lowlife, Democrat in Arizona. I mean, this is, this is a very bad thing with a congressman curses out, fellow members of Congress. Tweeted to Daryl Aisha, eff your prayers. I'd like to know if he actually did F or did the word. See if he could see find that, okay? Tweet to Daryl Isa. And he tweeted to senator Ted Cruz just to be clear FU Ted Cruz, you effing baby killer. So

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How Fatherlessness Drives Crininal Activity

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:18 min | 2 d ago

How Fatherlessness Drives Crininal Activity

"So there's no word about his parents. Did he have parents that he lived with parents that he lived with one parent, did he have a father in his life? There's no mention of that. I don't know why there's no mention of it. Maybe there's a good reason for it. Maybe he didn't have a father in his life. When I gave you the data yesterday from Heather McDonald about the number of murders of blacks by other blacks, 7000, I think it was? How many of those murderers had fathers in their lives? So I would like to ask everybody on the left who was passionate. I would say perhaps hysterical about guns. But just believe it is passionate. If you could have a wish fulfilled, would you like a father in every home or a gun removed from every home, which do you think would do better?

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The Roe v Wade Thing Isn't a Winner...

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | 3 d ago

The Roe v Wade Thing Isn't a Winner...

"Seems to have kind of collaboratively agreed through coordination and I'm just looking, I'm looking at The Wall Street Journal, I have The New York Times here. The roe V wade thing isn't a winner. And what's so fascinating is how many moderate Republicans for years told me that we can't talk about reversing roe versus wade because people will lose their mind and that there will be protests in the streets and we'll lose voters. And what that shows and I want you to imagine for a second, I want to push your boundaries how much of our action, how much of our potential boldness is held hostage by the belief, the left is going to lose their mind and we're going to lose politically when in reality that might not be the case. How many big ambitious exciting ideas could we be implementing to better the American nation that we kind of stopped short because people say, oh, no, no. Bad things might happen. Now, for years, I was told by moderate Republicans. Charlie stopped talking about abortion. Stop talking. We're going to lose voters. It's going to be cataclysmic, and unite the left. Well, I'm reading The New York Times, just weeks after the leak. And it is nowhere to be found. Now this was not the case with Floyd a palooza. During Floyd a palooza, it was everywhere. Nonstop, racial reconciliation reconciliation, 16, 19 project promotions The New York Times. Rob and D'angelo, white fragility, ibram X kendi, tahani see Coates. Nonstop drum beat of promotion and profiling of stories, promotion, and platforming is a better word to use than profiling. Nonstop. I'm expecting, but I'm not seeing where in The New York Times is woman in Arkansas, dreads that one day she can't have an abortion.

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Pastor John: People Are Growing up Without God

Mark Levin

01:08 min | 3 d ago

Pastor John: People Are Growing up Without God

"You know people are being brought up without God you know they want people to live according to their own wants and needs they rationalize they give people excuses for acting out if they go ahead and rob because you don't have Go ahead and go in there and take what somebody else is because they have too much go live in houses that are not yours Do things that are contrary to everything that is in the word of God In fact we don't want to hear about the word of God they say we want governments We want human governments we don't want God to govern us at all And that's what we're at You know in a world where people are still listening to the wicked People that they know have them evil And equal in high places and political positions it's already known that they do evil but they still listen to them They still point to them and say listen hear what they have to say And instead of looking toward God

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Blacks More Likely to Committ Hate Crimes Than Whites

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:17 min | 3 d ago

Blacks More Likely to Committ Hate Crimes Than Whites

"Critical piece by Heather McDonald and city journal. Again, from 2016 to 2020, blacks nationally were twice as likely to commit a hate crime as white, according to FBI data. In New York ten he ten to 2020 blacks were two and a half times as likely as whites to commit a hate crime. Blacks in Los Angeles committed anti Asian hate crimes at 5 times the rate of whites in 2021, according to internal data. Blacks in LA committed anti hate crimes, crimes at 7 times the rates of whites. An anti semitic hate crimes 2.4 times the rate of whites. Blacks committed anti trans hate crimes at two and a half times the rate of Hispanics. There were no white suspects in anti trans hate crimes in LA in 2021. Blacks committed anti Hispanic hate crimes in Los Angeles at 13.5 times the rate of whites in 2021. In other words, your lied to, by the president of the United States, the Democratic Party, The New York Times, regularly, on a daily basis. If I'm wrong, I should

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American Values Can't Be Preserved Without Religion

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:14 min | 3 d ago

American Values Can't Be Preserved Without Religion

"By I'll the way, I was going to raise as atopic of our podcast today. Of the issue of God and the Bible ironically, which you just perfectly led a segue to and that you have come to take them seriously. I just interviewed yoram has only an Israeli and American moved to Israel many years ago and his family's obviously Israeli. Hebrew speaking, they also fluent in English. And he's one of the leading conservative thinkers in the world today, and he just wrote a book on conservatism. So he summarized, I always ask people to summarize their ideas. And summarize them, you're not going to win any, anybody over. You need to be able to say things concisely. Not tritely but concisely. So he said, yes, so fine. Here's conservatism, and he said, let's see. It's religion, nationalism, and economic freedom. And I said, that is exactly what I have argued with the American Trinity. E pluribus Unum in God we trust liberty. And he said, that's right. In other words, so he had put in his words exactly what I had been saying for decades is the American value system, as you know, from still the best hope. And so he said religion, I said in God we trust because I took it from our coins. He said economic freedom, I said liberty. He said bash of and I said E pluribus Unum for many one. That's nationalism. What is the one? The one is the one nation of American. So that's, that's what we stand for. And then I developed the discussion with him. The catastrophe of America and even of many conservatives is that they thought that they could preserve these values without in God we trust. Without religion,

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Corey Lewandowski Agrees With Dan Bongino on Sussmann Trial

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:52 sec | 3 d ago

Corey Lewandowski Agrees With Dan Bongino on Sussmann Trial

"Corey Dan bongino called the sussman trial and the revelations that are being uncovered. The biggest political scandal in modern American history. I agree with that. Do you? I absolutely agree with it. And the fact that it isn't being covered in most of the press is because they know it's true. They know sussman lied to the FBI. They know the political hit job. And at minimum, they were complicit in this. I know. That came to. They knew this whole dossier was fake. The media did nothing to validate it. They took sussman at his word and they peddled information. Look, Michael, don't forget the guy who lied on the Pfizer applications who was an FBI employee. He liked a spy in Americans, got a one year probation. He still works at the FBI

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VP Kamala Harris' Words of Wisdom Outside Children's National Hospital

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:57 sec | 3 d ago

VP Kamala Harris' Words of Wisdom Outside Children's National Hospital

"Got to hear the vice president, let me give you a twofer. Yuri, let's play cut one, and then we'll play cut two. Vice president Kamala Harris, giving a speech outside the children's national hospital in Washington, D.C.. Check out these words of wisdom. Kennedy? They are a children of the community. No. No, you don't say. When you talk about the children of the community, they are the children. You know what, I'm telling you right now. She's doing this on purpose. She's not this stupid. She can not be this stupid. She's got people that write things for her. She's got people who do things on her behalf. There's no way she's this dumb. She's doing it on purpose.

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No, Alex Jones Wasn't Wrong About the Destruction of America

The Officer Tatum Show

00:49 sec | 4 d ago

No, Alex Jones Wasn't Wrong About the Destruction of America

"I want to continue talking about the WHO and wires important for us to understand how incompetent Joe Biden is and how these socialists Marx's, I want to say of the things, but I'm a Christian and I don't want to curse on the air, but these individuals are really hitting or trying to thrust our country down a bad path. Alex Jones have been talking about this forever and people say he's a conspiracy theorist and he's crazy, but he's been talking about the one word government that the Democrats want. They want to us to not have control of our own country. They want us to have open borders. They won't pretty much own everything that we do. They want the World Health Organization to be making decisions about our healthcare, these people that we have not elected. We don't even know. We don't even agree that these people should be in leadership.

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Harris, surgeon general, warn of health care worker burnout

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 4 d ago

Harris, surgeon general, warn of health care worker burnout

"After more than two years of the COVID-19 pandemic the Biden administration is warning many of the nation's healthcare workers are simply burned out We all have it We all remember that We all know what it looks like As they spoke with doctors and others at Washington's children's national hospital vice president Harris and Surgeon General Vivek Murthy saw and heard the signs They use words like burned out Traumatized Murthy's released a report warning that the situation is not addressed many could quit a projected 3 million essential low wage health workers in the next 5 years nearly 140,000 doctors in 11 years We need to do a better job of taking care of you Harris told workers the administration's calling for new investments and steps to protect their mental well-being including more counseling and worker safety Sagar Meghani Washington

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"first word" Discussed on The Daily Boost

The Daily Boost

06:34 min | 4 months ago

"first word" Discussed on The Daily Boost

"Basically, just dreaming of the day that I have a class of all the t-shirts and all the pizza I could eat. They said, hey, let's have a module on journalism. We're going to teach you journalism right now. Why the hell do I have learned journalism? I'm going to be a DJ. To me, it's girls on the phone. It's t-shirts. It's free pizza. That's about it. That was my whole life right now. Because someday you may get hired to read the news on the radio station. And you need to learn to do this. Okay, well. Ultimately, by the way, I did actually get hired as a news director. Go figure. But you know what they taught me. They taught me the basic journalism. And you can use this every single day. And by the way, if you want to do a drinking game and you're watching the news on cable news, basically, it should be who what when, where and why. If you have those 5 things, those 5 questions you can pretty much tell any story out there. Drinking game, just watch who what when where why take a drink every time they miss one of them. He won't last long. I promise you, because there's very little common sense in the world and even fewer journalists in the world. But on this show, you get both. It's awesome. It's your lucky day to be here. Who what when or why? That's all it all started. Years later, as I wanted to get more success, I realized, well, that doesn't work all the time. And essentially what you're listening here today is that I kind of get a bit more and go, well, that didn't work. It's kind of a story of my life for the first 20 years of that didn't work. Well, at least I was born with an attitude of like, well, that didn't work, then what will work? I'd figure it out. Go read a book, try that stuff, well, that didn't work. Figure it out. And eventually, we got where we were today. I switched it around. Instead of who what went where, why? It became why what, when, where, who? But the problem is, they didn't really work for it. Now, everybody in personal development will tell you, you got to know your wife. Scott got into why you're well. That's evidently my ring doorbells. Sorry about that. I don't know it. Look, I got something from Amazon. It's awesome. Scott, you got to know your why. You got to know why, why? Why do I have to know my why? Because if you don't know your why, you know, it's hard to get what you want. It's hard. When things happen, when you set a goal when you go after it, stuff gets to the way life gets in the way. It's like, how am I going to get what I want? It's so hard. If you know why you want it, you're going to get it. Yes, anybody say, hey, you work so hard to get that. How did you get your success? Why? Well, I said how, but yeah. It's all about the why. Because I do why I wanted it. It's all I wanted in the world. I knew why I had to have it. I just stuck with it until I got it. Wow, it works. On the other hand, from around, you say, well, why didn't that work for you? I guess I didn't want to bet enough. I didn't know why I just didn't know I was going after it. I just fell into it. How much in your life have you fallen into? But you didn't know what you did it. No wonder you didn't sleep, right? So the wise really vitally important to know, but in my world of coaching coach stuff we had the big podcast is huge. It's like millions of downloads now. Every single month, that's awesome. And Scott you sell ads and that's how you're making money on your product. It's not really. That's kind of like the mortgage and pays for the dog food kind of stuff. But the real money I make is working with people. It's coaching. I have personal clients. I've consulting clients. I have group coaching. I all kinds of kind of stuff. People come to me and they basically pay me for this thing and it's on my head. And I help them figure stuff out. What I've learned over time is this. I've learned that most people, the why we'll get there, it will. But typically, it's the what that had something happens. Like, I don't know how to find airplane. It wasn't. Why do you want to fly airplanes? Even thought about it. But I was driving past the airport one day, and I saw an airplane and go home. Look, it's an airplane. That's what it is. Maybe I'll fly it. That was it. I think I'll take flying lessons. The what? And then I get in us. I love to fly. Wow, why do you love it? Because once I get it, I just love the heck. I had reasons why I loved cloud serving. I love doing it. It became so important to do that. And I loved learning how to fly an airplane and landing it by myself. Without crashing. I just love the self esteem that came from it. I love so much of the challenge I came for flying airplanes still do. So I figured out that the why leads it, but when I flipped the wet in front of it, which is really the updated version where I am these days. It's not even my copy here. I actually forgot to update this. Then it actually came down to this. If you ask these 5 questions in this order, it's going to change how you think about things. You ready? I got to go for it real slow right now. Cue the slow music so Scott can use the DJ voice and send out a long distance education of the 5 words you should say. That will change your life. What? Why? When. Where. Oh. On occasionally I do throw in the word. How? The how almost always takes care of itself, but my common sense we have thinking, I just can't help but acknowledge that I know why I want to do it. I know what I want to do, but how the hell am I going to do it? And sometimes the how the hell am I going to do it actually comes first in the chunk of things first? I don't want to care how you get it there. Take those 5 words, the why is the what's the wins the wears the who's the house the whatever happens to be. Figure out which one works for you, move it around, get it in order, and whichever one resonates with you when it makes sense to you, but it goes, Bing Bing, Bing, Bing, Bing Bing Bing, winner winner chicken dinner. You know to move forward. All right, oh my God. I get paid to do this. Really? You actually listen to me? Really? Well, I guess I should say thank you. For allowing me to do what I do. To you. All right, tomorrow, I will announce the new podcast, and I shall also talk about expectations. So you can get what you want. Talk to our show. Have a great day. I'll see you tomorrow right here on the daily boost. Hey, thanks for listening to the daily boost podcast today. If you love this episode, be sure to share it with your Friends and drop a note. Let me know how well I can make it better for you, maybe what you want to hear in the future. Just send a note to Scott at motivation to move dot com. I'll answer you back. If you want to hang out with more boosters, go to daily booze podcast dot com slash Facebook. It's an amazing group and I think you'll be a good fit because you listen to the show. I know you're gonna be a good fit. And if you haven't heard, I have a premium version of the daily boost podcast, there's no commercials and some other really good perks that will make your life even better. You can find out more at motivation to move dot com. Thank you for listening. We'll see you tomorrow on the daily boost..

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"first word" Discussed on The Daily Boost

The Daily Boost

07:06 min | 4 months ago

"first word" Discussed on The Daily Boost

"Called common sense and extract it from the. Where is common sense? What orifice is it in these days? You figured that out. But we extracted out we used Scott logic. We figure out how to make it work for you in life. That's it. That's all we try to do. By the way, if you're the kind of person who is showing up today, thinking, what the hell is this show? Why is he getting directly to the content right now? Why isn't he talking like all those other people out there? I don't do that. There are 7 million, 277,000 life coaching coach people, all of the microphone in a podcast, just in California alone. They might suit you better. But I live in Florida. We don't do that. We talk about down here. Good to have you here today. My name is Scott Smith, founder chief motivating officer here at motivation to boob dot com. This episode is brought to you by Cox home life. Cox helps make your home smarter, and now you can see what's happening around your home right from your couch. Just pull up your home life cameras on your TV with your contour voice remote and some simple voice commands. Need to keep an eye on the kids when they're outside, say show me my backyard camera. And to see who's at the door, just say show me my front porch camera. To learn more, visit Cox dot com slash this is home. We have a new podcast coming. What's today? Today's Thursday. I'll tell you about it tomorrow. That's a tease. It's coming. It's gonna be good. It's gonna be a weekend show. You're gonna like it. I'll tell you about it tomorrow. Okay. But today, before I get the show going, I have to ask you to bear with me because I did have some really important people. Some very cool folks on my Facebook group, Facebook daily podcast dot com slash Facebook. They're my group over there. You can join it's free. Come on over. That's so fun. But they're asking me some questions. And rather than type a bunch of stuff in Facebook and stuff, I thought, well, let me just share it here. And they are all saying, well, you mentioned how you ask your wife to marry you. And we'd like to hear that story, because it got to be motivating inspiring about it must be all about goal saying, how totally. This is cute, when an error, but okay, I'll build a motivational story around it for you. But it was kind of fun. So bear with me, as I tell you, the story here today is going to be well worth your time and then we're going to get to some fun stuff right after that. Okay, fun show. Maybe a little longer to extra extra bonus material for you. That's what I do. So yeah, we are today ocean deck in Daytona Beach, Florida. We live in Orlando at the time, and we'd all come to town at a play. And the ocean deck is kind of world famous weather for decades right there by the Main Street pier. And joy and I are there. We're downstairs in the Gritty part with the sand on the floor and stuff. I want to listen to the band or get some beers having a good time. And she had promised me 6 months before she said Scott, I'll know if I'll marry you in 6 months time and I set my calendar and say that was the day. It was 6 months to the day, and that was it. She was going to marry me. I had decided right then and there. She didn't know it at the time, so I was like, excuse me, I need to do the restroom. That's what you do when you have to make a decision, where you're a man or a woman, a man gets up and goes to the restroom all by himself. The woman gets the table and goes together. I don't know why. That's all I've ever seen. I'm sure it doesn't happen all the time. And I've seen guys go on groups too. Gotta be careful here. So I make my way past the band and go to the restroom. I'm standing there Daytona Beach Florida up against the wall because that's what guys do. And this is dude next to me. He's like a biker beach dude next to he's been drinking a beer a lot of beer. What's going on man, how is your day going, dude? That's the best I can do for biker beach dude. It's awesome, man. I'm thinking about asking my girlfriend to marry me. Would you do that? Don't do that. You see all them chicks in the bar, especially the one over there in the corner. Oh, God. We didn't say that. But he said, did you all see the hot woman in the bar? I said, listen, man, I think. Well, congratulations and good luck. I hope she says yes, man. So I headed out there, wash my hands first. I was eating pre COVID. I washed my hands. I'm a good boy. Came out of there and walking across the floor and said, God, please give me an indication that I'm going to slide into a laugh that I'm going to love. What about that time? The electric slide hit the record player. The DJ is playing the tunes back then on the 12 inches. And then a woman grabbing by the arm. Come on. Slide on in and I started doing the electric slide on the dance floor, and there's nothing but me and women because that's what happens for the most part. The guys are always slow to get out there and I always thought that was kind of stupid. It's like every guy you should, listen, watch your dance floor. The girl's gonna dance, get the hell out there. Same thing within a bar. A gym. If you're in the gym, why are the guys out in the guy place, lift and weights and all the women are in the aerobics room? It seems like that's where you ought to go in the group fitness center because that's just saying. Go where the girls are going with the boys, whichever one you like just go there and you'll be more of them. Nonetheless, I'm on the floor. I'm doing my thing. These women, I'm telling these, what are you doing here tonight? And I'm like, oh. I figured I'd just come clean. I'm going to ask my girlfriend to marry me. Trying to keep him from hitting on me is what I'm trying to do. Because they were kind of cute as well. So it's so cute. He's going to ask his girlfriend to marry him. I said. Well, he finished a slide. I walked on over there, got all done. She said, well, you were having fun, weren't you? I said, yes, I was, honey, but I have a question for you. Will you marry me? Honestly, I went right into it. I never forget. I don't write in head first. He smiled, and she gave me a kiss. She said, well, mister Smith, I'll marry you tomorrow. I didn't have a ring. So I found a rapper for a straw, a twisted into little rope and a tighter around her finger and about that time all the girls from the dance floor. Oh my God. So romantic and the guy. Dude, you've got to lay that out a ring. Are you kidding me? Well, no, it. Two weeks later, I mean it cost me money, but in the moment I was the it didn't matter. She was got all the attention that night, but as soon as she got the attention it came right to most romantic thing I ever seen. Dude, you got romance by tying a piece of paper around a girl's finger. And she says you're going to marry you tomorrow? Update to the story she didn't took her 9 months if you lied. I'll never, ever let her go. Okay, that's my story. That's it. Thanks for going along with the ride there. Always like telling the story. It's motivating. But I also had some content for you today. Thought maybe we'd talk a little bit about that school. So it's one word question for success. And I learned it back when I was a broadcaster. Well, I was a baby DJ. I wanted to be broadcast. I went to DJ school. We used to do that back in the day. We actually got a broadcast school. Now that you should just watch YouTube, learn how to broadcast. We'll actually make DJs anymore. They made him back then. I actually had to play records and stuff. So I went to broadcast to learn to be a DJ. And while I was there, I learned it to be a DJ..

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"first word" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

05:18 min | 5 months ago

"first word" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"Because what you don't want them to do is try to now start a conversation around why you don't really need the boundary or how they can make whatever they want work for your life. You really just need them to honor the boundary. So with those people with those, I think the comedian Charlie Murphy wants to describe Rick James as a habitual line stepper with those habitual line steppers with the Steve urkel's I imagine you have to be prepared to set the boundary over and over again. I mean, yeah, if you think about like, that's what Laura was doing. Every episode, it's like, I'm not going to the dance with you. I think at some point, Laura, she didn't date Steve, but she dated his altar ego, Stefan. So there is this idea sometimes with boundaries that if we continue to ask people at some point they will say yes. And so when setting the boundary, the language we use is really important. If you don't ever want to watch your friend's dog, how do you let that person know that this is something that you're just not open to as a thing and your friendship with them? How do you say it? So it's, I love you, but I am not a dog person. And it doesn't fit into my life. I don't want to ruin our relationship because I'm not giving your dog the attention it needs. Perhaps there is, you know, some service. You know, some other person who really loves dogs, but it is not me. I love you, but I do not like dogs. So how do you say to someone that there is some finality to this boundary? Because you don't want people to continue to repeat something when it's like, no, this is a never for me. It's not like right now. I don't want to do this. This is a never. So being, you know, certainly consider it in your language and saying to someone that this is not something that could be option in the future, just really science to someone like we are at the end of the road. This is it. This is my answer. It is not something that we can have any wiggle room or. And as you've said, there are a lot of people who won't take that even if you present the boundary with as having no wiggle room, you might have to be prepared to just set the boundary over and over again. Your mom's just going to keep pushing you to come home for Christmas. Your friends are going to keep shoving that dog on you, your boss is going to keep asking you to add one more thing to your project list. And you just, if I'm channeling you correctly, you just have to be willing to restate the boundary over and over. Is there no other strategy? The strategy is saying stop. Many times we don't say stop. We just let people continue to ask us. One example that I use in my book is someone didn't particularly enjoy their coworkers personality, but the person will always ask them to lunch. And so they never say it like, I like to eat lunch here or I prefer to have lunch by myself. It was like, oh, not today. No, not this time. No, I can't go like all of these things, but there was no like, hey, this is my preference here. If you have a parent who is saying, do you want to come home for Christmas? Do you want to come home for Christmas? No, just like last year. We're not coming home. You know, those sort of things. You can say to someone, please stop asking me because I feel like this is like a no in the future as well. I feel like this is a universal no. I feel like this will be a no in 2023 and a no in 2030 as well. Don't say all that. But you can just say, please stop asking. We try to find this really complicated language to say stop and really the word is just stop. Please stop asking. It's what we do with kids. You know, you do get to a point where you say, stop asking. That's something that certainly with my 5 year old. It's like, did you hear me say no? It's stop. Stop, because this is a no now it will be a no in the car. It will be a no. It's like SAP. We have to get to a stopping point. Yeah. But I have no problem bringing the hammer down my 6 year old. But I've just keep going back to the example you've conjured of somebody in the office asking you to lunch over and over. It seems so uncomfortable to say to that person, I just, this is a no for today, and I would like you to apply this no through 2030 and beyond. And then you have to keep working with that person. That just seems so uncomfortable. Is it uncomfortable to sit through a lunch with someone that you don't enjoy? I think that's uncomfortable too. Yes, it is. So it's like choose your discomfort. Do.

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"first word" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

07:57 min | 5 months ago

"first word" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"I'm a fire. I am on fire. But when I say it, it's like you are so calm. I'm like, yeah, because what I'm doing is I can't believe that you would think this is okay, but this is not okay behavior. So I could scream that. I could scream that, but I'm thinking about the other person's reaction to it. I really want them to hear it and to be able to receive it and not from a space of anger. I can be angry and not speak in a way that shows. This is how mad I am at you right now. It's like, I am very upset about this. And that takes practice for sure. It takes it does take practice, but we can certainly just take a beat and say, you know, the thing that we need or state that requests. So often, when we are at the point where we're aggressive with setting the boundary when we are yelling, the meaning, screaming, upset at people when we actually set the boundary. The boundary has been violated in so many ways. And now, we're at the end of our rope with this person or with this situation. And when we're setting the boundary, it comes out like rage, because we are tired. And so is really important to set the boundary before you get to the point of yelling the boundary. To really think about in this moment, what do I want her need? Not oh, this person has been asking me things for two years. Two years is a very long time to be frustrated. Two years is a very long time to be irritated by someone requesting something. One moth, the boundary might come out a little better at one month. Two years, you might yell the boundary at the person. Yeah, and there's no small amount of self interest at play here because ultimately what you want is for people to hear and absorb your message. We know from the brain science that if people's amygdala, the fear center of their brain, if that part of the brain is activated, the more rational part of the brain, prefrontal cortex goes offline. So in other words, if you're bringing the energy of heat and judgment and accusation to the boundary setting, you are less likely to have the other person's brain respond in the way you wanted to. So channeling your inner Bob Ross makes you sense here. Side note on Bob Ross, the famous television painting instructor. I recently watched the documentary on him. And I did not know that his hair is not naturally like that. He permed his hair. Yes, yes, I have to watch that documentary. They spoke about his tone being very intentional and how he was speaking in that way because he knew that that was a voice that predominantly women watching his show could understand because he'd watched other people with similar classes or something like creating things that he thought they were, oh, wow, it's a little aggressive or they're yelling. I wonder if my would be more successful if I just spoke in this whisper and I said, you know, you just stab it like so. And it was very successful. People were like, oh my gosh, the paintings, the voice, it works. So just thinking about how we present the boundary is very important. But that also comes with the timing of when we're doing it. When we are at that point of like, I am so angry. It does tend to come out a bit aggressive. So my goal is always to help people set the boundary before it gets to the point of exhaustion. One other strategy just to add here, you're the expert, I'm not the expert, but it just occurred to me that when trying to set boundaries, which, as we've established, is tricky. One thing that might help aside from channeling the inner Bob Ross is something that I've learned from the communications coaches with whom I've worked for the past couple of years. I invoked these names a lot in my podcast interviews because these coaches have had a lot of powerful impact on me that their names are mudita nisker and Dan kerman. And something they recommend is that when you're trying to send a message to somebody, to lead with what they call your positive intention. In other words, to frame it, not in the negative. So as to not activate the amygdala of your interlocutor. So for example, with the dog thing, you gave an example of I don't want to watch your dog. It might make sense to say, I care about this relationship. I love you, but I can't do it this weekend, and I'm really sorry about that. My positive intention is implicit or explicit to keep a relationship with you, but I can't watch your schnauzer this weekend because whatever I'm going to be away or I just don't want to. Anyway, does any of that land for you the idea of stating your positive intention for the relationship and then pursuing the boundary setting? Absolutely, I think that is effective strategy to let people know. I love you. I care about this relationship and this thing won't work for me. Some people certainly need that particularly family, our romantic relationships. Those are places where we want to lead with love and let people know that I love you and I can not do this thing or and this is not working for me. Absolutely. That may be a little more interesting and work settings or that sort of thing. You don't want to tell a colleague. I love you. And I can't help you with this project, but perhaps there is something else we could say I enjoy working with you, but right now my calendar is full. There are so many other things I have going on. Sometimes though I have noticed that when people really want something from you, they have this Steve urkel level of persistence. And we can give them a story. We can let them know how much we care about a relationship or care about the situation and none of that might matter. And so knowing your people in setting boundaries is really helpful. Because there are some people who would really appreciate you saying, I love you, and I can not do that. And there are other people who will still say, if you love me, why can't you? And so knowing your person is so important, I was talking to someone recently who was unable to commit to a work opportunity. And they told the person, all of these things they had go. I mean, it's not really reasonable. It was like, I have these ten things. So I can not do this right now. I would love to work with you in the future or something like that. And the person they said that, too, was very upset. It was like, well, why can't you do it for me? It's like, put me on as the 11th thing. They wouldn't take that boundary. And the person setting the boundary was really like, did I say something wrong? And I said, no, some people just can't receive the boundary. It's not about how you say it. Because you did it in a very compassionate way by letting them know why you weren't saying no, but they weren't able to receive that. And I don't know if there's a better way to say something that a person is just unwilling to receive. So if there are relationships or situations where a person has a problem, receiving boundaries, I think keeping it short and simple.

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"first word" Discussed on Your Positive Mind Meditation Podcast

Your Positive Mind Meditation Podcast

04:37 min | 7 months ago

"first word" Discussed on Your Positive Mind Meditation Podcast

"Quiet client go ahead and replace it with your own word.

"first word" Discussed on Your Positive Mind Meditation Podcast

Your Positive Mind Meditation Podcast

06:24 min | 7 months ago

"first word" Discussed on Your Positive Mind Meditation Podcast

"On your legs or wherever you already chris. You're is ridiculous tom. By taking a deep inhale for one two three and five and except for five four three too deep inhale then this one more time duping him for one two three four and five and his excel for five or.

"first word" Discussed on Real Faith Stories

Real Faith Stories

05:23 min | 11 months ago

"first word" Discussed on Real Faith Stories

"It's just enough that you can handle and also at the same time. Have a sense it while he's like my partner in in transformation or partner in working on this because i'm approaching him with intense eagerness in he's working on me to help me become the person he created me to be. And if you just listened to what i just said for the past minute or two. I can barely believe. Those words came out of my mouth. I have to just go back to your comment that you said you're much more patient with kimberly. That's great if you say. But if she says it. I'll believe you. She she actually did said she said a few times right and i didn't even ask that's wonderful. Yeah i didn't. I did not ask course. I'm being somewhat funny but you know are coming from. I think that's the only true task is how other people respond to you. It's not what you right abs- absolutely there's another really important thing that the perry directly introduced me to because i i was looking at He sometimes he jumps into the discussion areas in planet perisic and he had mentioned something about hiring intercessor. And i don't even know it. This is what does this mean hiring intercessor. So i emailed them. He explained it a little bit. Is someone that praise for his business thinking. Wow this is really interesting. This was back in october. And that's how. I met amy of workplace prayer because perry provided the introductions. I wanted to learn more and workplace prayer with amy. Bob has been a just a wonderful influence on you. Even more of like a turbo charging of my faith. They've really taught me to pray in an entirely different way. I was raised catholic and very comfortable mumble. It kinda quiet prayers young like that right. I'm always very uncomfortable with being really open enthusiastic. Trang with power. I know i don't have the right words but you probably know what i mean. There's a different style of praying. And i've only stepped into it and i had this amazing experience. One time on tuesday prayer calls. This was when. I was really struggling with putting the prayer two words allowing it to come out of my mouth. 'cause i felt very self conscious. Yes thank you. That's the word. So i said there's a on tuesday call. Its it starts with praise like you'll have you choose a scripture. You pray from it but you'll start with praise and in the second part of the call pray from scripture and honest the hardest time with praise and i think part of it was pry. I'm like i don't wanna praise any anyone gone a whole bunch of other people. I do recognize that. Now's pride but i. I gave an attempt and soon as i was done. I got my own direct memo. That i could here and i was told that chris that was really stingy. Let be explained. But then the mental went on it was. It's actually very easy to do. And then god showed me my favorite picture of my daughter and she was like three and a half or four. We were walking through a field and she had picked up a buttercup flower and she was staring at it as like the most beautiful thing she'd ever seen in an..

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"first word" Discussed on Real Faith Stories

Real Faith Stories

03:39 min | 11 months ago

"first word" Discussed on Real Faith Stories

"You are listening to the real faith stories. Podcast interviews with people who chose to boldly follow their faith. I'm your host. Brian robinson it's now let's meet our guest and hear stories. Chris downey welcome to real face stories. Good to have you on the program. It's great to be here. I am fascinated by the in process. Experience you're involved in right now. And i'd love you to share a little bit about your faith journey and then we're going to zero. In on an experience you had with a group of people that perry marshalls is involved with that. You receive what he calls a memo from the head office which is really a word of knowledge and it completely shifted your life.

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"first word" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed

Hearts Unleashed

04:07 min | 11 months ago

"first word" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed

"We make room for people who are a yes to that thing right. Love to say this with Jobs in relationships when you stay in a relationship that maybe isn't in alignment you're stopping. Whoever is a better fit for you coming into your life and your also stopping whoever's a better fit for that significant other to come into their life and maybe that there's a different or better frequency match for you guys and more alignment down the road for you. Same thing with job is if you won't get out of a job because of obligation what's happening is your filling that spot when someone could be doing that job better or again. It's a more aligned position for another person and you are being invited or move to a more aligned position for yourself as well so saying no is a very powerful exercise and in the book giving up giving up the memoir of a quitter i also referenced this as healthy quitting and so One more quick example is with me in college basketball. I probably should have been done playing college basketball my sophomore year when i originally tore my seal however. I didn't know how to quit at that time. In my life. I was too embarrassed. I thought quitters or losers your shameful. If you're a quitter so i stuck it out. I worked my butt off to come back. And i further injured my knee because i only viewed quitting as a negative thing. Not as what could be healthy for me to focus on something else to heal my body to relax to to shift and also. I wasn't a pleasant teammate. My junior and senior year. And so i took up spot on that team or i had an impact on my teammates around me with my negative attitude with my with my anger with my resentment with my letdown. My anxiety at that sort of stuff. Like i could have stepped away from that. That looks like a no that looked like healthy. Quitting that looked acknowledging the way that things were it. also. I wasn't acknowledging my mental health and so not acknowledging our mental health when we're guessing our lives away out of obligation or concern or fear or thinking. What will people think of us. If we say no taking our lives back people thinking were selfish like this. Is a conversation about alignment not about selfishness. And i think that's really important because selfish. Let's just talk about the fact that it's part of humanity it's part of the human mind and the way that it functions that we can only see see stuff from our perspective and yes emotional development helps with that it helps us shift our perspective and and consider others and and make choices for the good of the the whole and for humanity and playing an important role in the collective and we still have this ego egoistic a part of us that can only see from our perspective and it requires a lot of emotional responsibility and sometimes that actually does. It is the better thing. It is the more responsible thing to say. No it is so beneficial to practicing. No but again. I want to go back to acknowledging the discomfort that can cause okay so we have mostly been conditioned to say yes and you would come to believe that it is good and right to say yes and that it is bad and wrong to say no and this is where we have to become aware and break that in fact i think man i don't know what number episode it is probably like eight nine or ten or eleven. Its way the beginning of the podcast. It's called right and wrong. Does not exist. This is a great episode for this because no is not wrong or bad infected in very healthy and empowering and it's constructive thing to do and so you would have to go practice the discomfort or you have to be willing to be misunderstood in saying no and you guys same no has a one word sentence..

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"first word" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed

Hearts Unleashed

03:28 min | 11 months ago

"first word" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed

"You know especially when you show up for that you committed to but you didn't really you aren't yes to authentically you're just doing it out of obligation and so the reason i wanted to give that example is because when we do say no we sense that we have to justify why no. I'm so sorry. I can't because i can't because i don't have the time i don't have the money. I'm not available but what we end up doing sometimes subconsciously. Is we overload our plate to be too busy so we can say no because we are literally that uncomfortable with just saying no as a one word sentence without justifying or reasoning or providing explanation to others and. This has a lot to do with the way we were raised. But we also have to retrain people how to treat us or how to view us if we are so used to like bending over backwards always being available Giving giving giving giving giving to the point where we give ourselves broke and tired Or you know exhausted and we can't show up. That's not a functional way to not make yourself available it's mostly been justified or celebrated or glamorized the hustle and grind mentality to just run yourself ragged into the ground 'til you can't go anymore that's all that's old news right. We are moving into a new era. Where like things can happen from grace and flow and ease enjoy and play and and plentiful and abundance and prosperity. And and then what tends to happen is your expect. Your capacity expands. So you can be a yes to a lot of things. I'm going to give you a quick example. I am a yes to a lot of things. I have clients. Were doing the publishing house. I write books. We have products and services. We have a team. We have courses. We're launching things if you look at all the things that are going on and and as we speak timothy and i are preparing to go on the road for four months straight and so there's a lot of things in my life eddie. Yes to and. They're all something that even if they challenged me. I am a heart centered. Yes to those things and there was a very different time in my life. If you've read giving up giving up the memoir of quitter there was a very different time in my life where i said yes to things that i felt others expected of me. Whether that be a nine to five work. I used to do a lot of volunteering with our family. That i just felt like was expected of me It's not that. I hated everything but it wasn't. I wouldn't choose those things. I just felt like. I was supposed to be doing those things. And when we do things out of obligation and not authenticity we often do them with either a grudge or resentment or just that like dark cloud of like so and we can choose to. We as many of us are very charitable. We are very generous. We are very caring and giving and loving and attentive. And if we're all focused on the things that really light us up inspire us and excite us were all inspired and excited and lit up by very different things so we all were able to pay attention to those things. It's very likely that all the bases would be covered. Ripe something that seems completely unattractive to one person is super exciting. And the other person can't wait to do it so we say no to things that are not for us..

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"first word" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed

Hearts Unleashed

04:01 min | 11 months ago

"first word" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed

"And today we are talking about using the word no as a one word sentence so just go ahead and start using no. that's it. that's the episode. That's the training. Do you think you can do it. Do you think you can take on using no as a one word sentence. Maybe today or this week or this month and see how it goes for you. I would love to challenge you and invite you to do that. And i would also love to dive in to the emotional side of this concept and why we would do this right. This episode particularly goes out to all my people pleasers in the room. So if you identify with saying yes out of obligation out of guilt out of fear if you're saying yes in an authentic way this episode is for you because this is not about saying no to everything. This is not about flipping the table in your life and turning everything running or hiding or avoiding. It's that's not the know that we're talking about. It's the no of lack of awareness lack of awareness around your capabilities. Your limitations what you're available for An acknowledgment some needs because a lot of us. Yes ourselves into i guess our our whole lives away and then wake up and look around and be like how did they get here so just one sending you lots of love. If you're in a place of questioning your life. I i really like to say how our crowd and hearts unleashes. The enough is enough crowd enough trying to be anybody but who you authentically are or who you came to be and what your gifts are in and your purpose and so if you are guessing yourself away from a linemate you're using yourself away from who you to be or what you sense to be up to then. This is a conversation around courage on clarity around a lineman Inner authority and. That's what we're gonna be talking about today..

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"first word" Discussed on The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy

The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"first word" Discussed on The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy

"Course most pertinent to my situation the california privacy law which was passed by the voters of california and in terms of size economic impact and social impact. The california privacy law is sure to be another catalyst for probably a national privacy legislation here in the united states or at the very least to catalyst for more states to say we need to follow this path and protect our citizens right to privacy as they've done in california so all of this. I think was started primarily by. Gdp are back when it was passed in two thousand eighteen and of course it took a few years to get going and same thing with the california privacy legislation that was passed. Its two years out now from becoming fully implemented with the new revisions. So it's really exciting. It's an exciting time to be a part of this field and to try to watch. The regulatory mechanisms catch up with the technology. That's being used to operate in our modern society. And i think very soon we will also have the privacy regulation in the eu and that will shift the way things are done in terms of communication between people and become communication happening from companies. But it remains to be seen what will be define ship on shape of the regulation has comes along absolutely well one hundred. If i have to stick to that we'd be okay. One word describe why that one. Okay well i will summarize it to maybe two For me it's really the way to manage risk and also to deal with risk perception. This is something that as pew no the really good nation s about a risk based approach. You have to do that. Prediction impact analyses on a risky data processing. And then you have to get a lot of expertise. It legal press management you have to define you purposely vases etc your data flow and to which you are doing your risk evaluation and then i figure out that risk perception on for people are really different depending on their experience. Let's give me an example. If you have been victim of who you will not have the same perception as someone we grossing every day on social media and never had any bad experience so really reception people will say. Oh yes yes indeed. This is the risk and other people would say whether you coming with so when you have to do your exercise valuation. You have to take also this impact on because you need to even go with you. People say what are you talking about so this is certainly something important as a depew managing risk but also received by society. A lot of different people. One word to describe gdp compliance..

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"first word" Discussed on The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy

The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"first word" Discussed on The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy

"Is. This is not something that is a yet another yet. Another classic is a food system where we have to ensure that whatever we do we have our own system that will ended ended. Lexus of our enterprise and the price prices in that is made up of the methods been for applications machines. We have whatever we are. Implementing imbedding as we typically say privacy chase after. We appreciate what we are doing. We ensured that any change to the organization. We are putting in base. I consider that you need or primacy is a jury of this nation is organization should love that. Okay that's something you will be doing it all over the day. Oh the you planning building. Implementing running. And those larry building on the of the process budget. The.

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"first word" Discussed on The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy

The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"first word" Discussed on The FIT4PRIVACY Podcast - For those who care about privacy

"Hello and welcome to the fit for privacy part cost this is your host. Pundit party on today to talk about judy Gaming effect on may twenty five bulldogs in our distributors. So this is a special episode where understand how. Gdp is described by videos industry experts. We asked them to describe in one word and it is fascinating to see that one legislation the four alphabet the gender data-protection declaration can have so many descriptions so many perceptions and has we start i would say my one word is necessity because in the modern world we are on about digital identity and that is defined by data or personality to to be more specific and it is necessity to protect this bus on the so that privacy of individuals is protected. So let's hear from various privacy leaders in the industry on how they're described gdp in one word good intentions intentions. Yes it is good intentions and understand that. It was written for the purpose of of making sure that that people's online privacy online only digital presence is safeguarded and Before that wasn't that wasn't on people's minds on the minds of big corporate or even small corporate But i think it's when one hornets tensions because we have everything from companies multimillion dollar companies thinking about original. Do i have in this data lake. Yes From a mom and pop shop thinking well can collect this for my customer database or a a gym coach thinking. Well can. I collect the email addresses disciplines. Oh i think that Did you judy. Pr is a landmark and We know that. Other countries in the ward currently. I think almost one hundred and forty adopted the so far lows. Judy pierre oriented. We have to consider the judy. Pr not as a starting point about An end boy and if we think. The entire training process resulted in the current final text. Actually you sort of ended in your question. Its complexity added complexity for organizations. They have spending critically a huge amount of time and resources to buy with it and it has also somehow made the environment online for users of bit more complex student able to navigate. So i think that could be the right word complexity. That's interesting i would say the one word for gb are either data. Privacy law is trust. that's interesting. I.

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"first word" Discussed on The Coaches Corner

The Coaches Corner

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"first word" Discussed on The Coaches Corner

"Welcome to a a nice quick fun at least for me. Hopefully this for you Monday morning episode of the coaches corner. Podcast these ones are fairly quick in the really just meant to give us a little bit of a reset grounding for the week they wanna to talk about your one word evan carmichael. he's been on the show twice Probably one of the first guest three years ago he was back on this podcast maybe a year ago and and he really helped me in the early days. Develop my one word. You can really think of it as like your one number one core value. It goes well beyond that and my word was always freedom. But here's the funny thing is the meaning of the word may change over time. It still freedom to me hundred percent no question about freedom if fires me up juices me up but it's not the word that uses me up its meaning right. Think about that like that. That word may not inspire anyone else. So it's obviously not the word it's what it means to me and it's wanted to share it with you and you can model this for your own quote unquote one word or the idea that fires you up that you built your entire business upon my entire business built upon the idea of freedom now at first it was much more freedom to do what you want when you want that really inspired me and that was a big message that had so clients that joined. They were like man. I want to do what i want when i want how i want. Screw the system that evolves into okay freedom also around time letting go energetically freedom from my negative winning believes freedom from stress anxiety and lot declines the joined in that period of time also resonated and vibrated with that now. Both are true to me. Both are absolutely true to me. Nowadays much more freedom to completely be myself. That's what inspires me right now. Like freedom to completely show up authentically real whether people like it or not whether people like me or not. I want to be completely free from the mask. The shackles the bullshit that we want project things we've been taught bs and it's a message that speaks to me so strongly like true freedom to be yourself and guess what a lot of With also resonate with that. They're done being somebody else. They're done living someone else's life they are done even working for someone else. They are done building a business. That feels like job. Lot of people fall into that. They're done doing what everyone else is doing. Because the normal or right thing to do. I always always say there are so many ways to get clients. There are so many ways to build a business. Let's find one. That's like super super specific and unique to you something that's special for you. Which is why we have high touch. Which is why we have manual. Underwriting calls which is why we make sure that we build a business around you. Not just one size fits all type business. And so. that's what i think about. If i'm ever low in energy or just kind of like unlike whole for you. What does that mean to me. What does that need in the early days. I would like financial freedom now. Just gonna like that doesn't inspire me as much. It's super important are obviously want that but what comes first is i will not take a million dollars if it means. I have to do a year of something. I don't wanna do. Then i hate. I won't take no thank you. I won't do anything. I don't truly want to do now. There's going to be parts of it. That may not want to do. But if it's not for the greater good. I won't do what freedom to breathe full lead to feel to expressed to let go and it juices me up. Think about the power that having a word or an idea or a Top core value if you go on a website. Lucas dot com. Ucr core values. Those were created together. Those are not just mine but if you ask me personally what is my one core value. My one thing that truly makes me tick. It's freedom. I die for it. I give up everything i have for it. No question about it and when you know that it becomes much easier to build a business upon it to connect with others. And it's not why i do. It is part of me but the by product. Is you get to connect with people. People connect with it. They they feel it and to me. It's one of the most absolutely one of those powerful things you can absolutely do. Take a day meditate dive into it. Feel it it'll pay you dividends if you actually take the time to do it. Let's stop the social media strategy and the content creation if you don't know at at your core while you're doing this and what makes you tick. Then let's focus on that just for a day. That's all it takes. I've worked with coaches who've been trying to build the business for like twelve months and it's not working. Guess what we do. We take time out. We focus on this. We rearrange their strategy suits in alignment with what they truly want with a truly believe in it all of a sudden things start working a few weeks things start working. Why work ethic didn't change. The things they know possibly didn't even change. We taught a few new. Things is because it's full alignment. There's a there's there's there's inspiration there's a there's there's there's passion behind their words there's meaning behind when they do something and say something they mean it people feel that and guess what clydes jump on board a double the prices it prices longer thing. It's a fascinating to me. And something that i think is really worth exploring and really hope that i injected some energy into you to explore it yourself if you do need some help with that. We got a ton of resources website. Www dot lucas rubik's dot com check with website. And if you would like assistance or if you'd like to see how we work with. Our clients are made programs coaches university. It's essentially get paperwork with utility. Make ten thousand dollars in sales. It's a high bird program meeting. There's a group setting community but it's also a high touch. We answer questions specifically we meet in zoom all that fun stuff so you get the best of both worlds. Check it out. Www dot google dot com billion coach. Business is a priority. And you're done doing it alone. Absolutely check it out. You could apply for a call and we can make sure it's a good fit with that. Said i'll let you go and i'll see you in the next episode all right so as always one of finish off the episode was saying. Thank you for listening. These episodes are one hundred percent free the dedicated to helping build your coaching business. Because they're clydes out there just waiting for you to read some waiting for you to give them a result so do not give up on your screen and never give up on your business again. These episodes one percent free. All i ask in return. Said he'd give thumbs up. Give it light. Give it a little bit of love in the comments on the reviews. Share it with one or two coaches who you know. Could use help building their coaching businesses. That's it i'm done. Thank you for listening. See you on the next episode..

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"first word" Discussed on Escaping The Real Estate Investing Newbie Zone - Make Money In Real Estate Wholesaling Properties For Quick Cash

Escaping The Real Estate Investing Newbie Zone - Make Money In Real Estate Wholesaling Properties For Quick Cash

09:48 min | 2 years ago

"first word" Discussed on Escaping The Real Estate Investing Newbie Zone - Make Money In Real Estate Wholesaling Properties For Quick Cash

"Guys with hard work dedication that your dreams can come true but that's not to talk about today Maybe I can talk about that. Another time tar wasn't things learned on my trip but What I want to talk about. Today's actually something that you may experience something that you may see someone else experience As a result of being close to them partners with them friends with them you may see it And it's it's fortunate because it's a part of business and sometimes a little bit of it isn't bad and when. I made a little bit of it. I mean literally just a little out of it But it really is. The Pinnacle is the one thing that destroys businesses destroys operations destroys dynasties. And what I'm talking about his greet you see. I just finished Watching season two of Mexico. You might ask Chris. Why would you watch the gangster? Drug biography type documentaries right. Well one. It's interesting to me To its history. I like to know about things that happen in eighties nineties. Things like that but more importantly I like to learn from the way that these there. They're all entrepreneurs all right right. They're not obviously doing things legally but the way they've put together they run their operation The way involve a lot of people at a high power people in delegate different things I like to watch and see even how big the vision that they have and is like your the only did that in like real estate or or you know another business all line or something like that like they would have had their CEO amount of money but it would have been all legal. The one thing that I learned from watching documentaries like this and help me navigate through life to make you don't make the mistake of ear entrepreneur and having too much greed like it always breaks people apart as shame because some people who think about money and again you will experience this yourself will people around you if you start to hang around people that have money or your business. Stars are pop star. You start to experiences And once shape or form or another but money changes people. Money brings power and with power changes. People people start to Be Corp become more of who they may have hidden innocence of? Maybe you saw. But they weren't able to really display that person not because they didn't have the power they didn't have the money but now they do and sometimes that can be ugly side of people. Sometimes people will do things that is not like it's not them like it's surely not Was the word I WANNA use I it is not like a place of integrity. And it's crazy. How money can make you do these things. The more you get used to think like okay. Listen I got a lot of money you thank someone will at some point be humble him remember where they came from. But that doesn't always happen. I like to watch these documentaries. Because every single one of them it always happens always not in happens there too greedy or something. Whatever and they mess up partners relationships businesses they cut ties with everything else whatever they gotta do to stay alive and things like that and in business quiet as Kip. The people that have got to a billion they've always said that there's been the same situation that like there has to be a level of greed to get to that level one and there is sharks things that happened in order of business when reaching to that level. So I don't know what your goals are knows. Exactly what you're looking accomplish in San money is bare right. Money is a tool at end of the day. We are needed. It's toward against us through life and depending on how much money how much tools you have I should say excuse me Will really dictate how your life goes far as how you live. Maybe live a luxurious life. A very prosperous generous life. Maybe you live a life of lack and You know being not abundant. I don't know so it depends on however much you achieve but regardless of that. Because I'm talking to you because I know all of you are entrepreneurs all of you listen to this are real estate investors and you are looking to accomplish thing some of you do have goals of making millions of Dallas so you may have a goal of making a billion dollars but I want to say to you right now at wherever you level. You're at right now. I don't care if you're only making thirty thousand a year or if you're making fifty thousand one hundred thousand a year be mindful of the people around you the people that really have your best interest and be my for the people help you get to the top. Don't forget about those people don't rule relationships partnerships just because of money. You own a one thing that I do with. All of my employees people work for me is I like to overpay them. Yes I can have more money in my bank account and things like that but overpay on people. I pay them more than the standard rate this. Oh we get why because I want them to be with me forever. One and two. I don't ever want us to come at a part in a certain way because of money because generally what happens a lot of times sometimes you have somebody that's on the pay a little bit. They start generally a lot of money for you. If you don't give them more eventually they'll leave because they'll see they have very good attributes. Right have strong points and strips that are not playing to their best ability where they can make more money so I will repay people. I like to make sure that I'm paying them. Even more what. They may be worth right. Now they're not good. Of course I would drop them in. You know say listen. We're going to cut ties and move on but for the most part the people that have been around me. Nave been around me for years and we've never had issues with money or anything like that because they all know that you know. We're never going to fight over money. That's one thing about us. Loyalty is everything. It's everything to me so I will give up a dollar and take fifty cents for my team. If I know that they're gonNa get you ride with me to the end so as you're on this journey make sure you check yourself. Look yourself in the mirror. Are you in abundance? Far Zhou Mindset. Are You ingred? Fars acting of you deserve something in a lack of because that's really what it is still got that poverty mindset everybody around you should be eating one two is enough everybody. There's enough for everybody so don't act ingred please. Don't check yourself you willing to look yourself in the mirror and really assess yourself. This will keep you from going down in not going up and building big dynasty and then having all four you know like the Rockefeller brand right and then you end up back to square one. That's it for today's message. Just WanNa tell you check yourself act in love move and prosperity and abundance and check yourself and make sure you are not moving ingred guys enjoy the rest of your day. You know my quote deliver dream. Live your dream and I see you on the next one. Thanks for listening to escaping the Rei newbies own podcast at www dot escaped the newbies zone dot com.

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"first word" Discussed on podnews

podnews

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"first word" Discussed on podnews

"Goldstein says subscribe is a bad word for podcasting highlighting one of the pieces of data from the Edison research podcast consumer study. He's not alone. Megaphone also says that we should banish the word. Subscribe from our free service podcast pages. Have never used the word. We word. Listen. The March figures are out from pod track. Number five number four from new terms and number three and number two radio and number one. This is NPR NPR is now once again, the leader in both US and global charts. PR x has an is increase caused by merging with PRI after launching it and then rolling back apple podcast. It's now pays to have properly launched then you show pages which work on the web and indeed Android phones. Willing to our podcast page today and a typical episode page in the show notes and did on newsletter. Matthew Passi notes that the redesigned pages have removed links to the podcasts website, which is a disappointment. Donde media interviews full podcast networks in Latin America about how to grow the podcast business. There are editor wrote a piece recently on what apple should do. Next in podcasting and suggested a subscription service for podcasts. Nine to five MAC suggests that an apple podcasts, plus service could be a hit and would agree. The Australian federal election has been called on the day of the Australian podcast awards Saturday. The eighteenth of may the pot awards weren't consulted on this first. But they want you to know that they're okay with that. And they some information on how to vote as

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