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"five things" Discussed on Untangle
"Stay with your breath. And as you contemplate that which motivates your change. Find a few simple words that articulate your motivation. Repeat those words to yourself. Set them against the background of the ebb and flow of your breath. Let your breath remind you that things come and things go. When your mind becomes distracted by the how. Or the what? Redirect your attention back to the why. Why is this change necessary? Why do you feel compelled to move in a different direction? Why will this change bring more space and light into your life? Take a moment here with your breath, meditating on the why. Whatever we water will grow. Choose to continue focusing on what's ahead. Focus on the mindset here and now. Which will help you to facilitate the change you're looking for.
The NBA Show
"five things" Discussed on The NBA Show
"Like, what are we doing here? Like, is it everybody's job to give a full biographical accounting of every single fucking subject? That's not how this shit works. And if you think that's how it should, you're a fucking idiot. I'm sorry. That's not what we do. We don't talk about like when people write a book about Richard Nixon. And they concentrate on what he did as a president. And somebody says, well, back in the days, he did bubba bun. This was not a full thing of Richard Nixon. This is like, that's not how you get treated as prominent figures in society. You're not some person being plucked from obscurity, you know, working in a fucking factory and people are just killing you in some artistic depiction. So my big book. Justin, you can take me down. This one, if I'm worthy, if you could sell a fucking book based on my life and you put the work in writing it for me, take my ass down. These are the most exalted people in our fucking society. I'm supposed to cry for Jerry West, depiction on a fucking TV show. That's ridiculous. I will say, if you want the truth, like read the book. Read a read book that any book. And to the extent that the fictionalizations that are happening in this show to me are small potatoes compared to, let's say some of the liberties taken in like the last dance, for example, when you present something as documentary as this is fact, this is like, this is on the ground accounting of what happened versus, again, John C Reilly talking into the camera as he comes out of the Playboy mansion. You probably shouldn't take that stuff a 100% at face value. That is a viewer issue, not a text issue. Yeah, just to be clear, I probably would take more umbrage to Jerry buss being the white knight than I do with Jerry West portrayal. But speaking of books, if you do read Jerry West's book, it does get pretty dark in there. So maybe put that at the top of the list. All right, maybe we'll check back on the show later on. This is technically within our purview. Yeah. Of course it is. We have a podcast. We can talk about stuff. All right. That's it for us this week. We'll be back next week. Same time same place. Thank you to Isaiah blakely on production. We will see you then..
The NBA Show
"five things" Discussed on The NBA Show
"And in that distillation is distilled into one and a half episodes of flashback backstory like very of our era oh, let me show you this person's childhood trauma and it will allude to all of their future behaviors. That's where I kind of get into and understand the idea of this portrayal is being a little cartoonish. But it's also a cartoonist show. Like this is a cartoonish representation of that. Jerry bus is shirt. Could not be more unbuttoned. I'm seeing all the way straight down to John C Reilly's naval, all right? Know what product you're getting into. I would say in terms of this stuff. And that's where it's crucial. It's like, if this becomes the defining record of who Jerry West was in the public eye in the way that, for example, like the social network has kind of become a dominant narrative on Mark Zuckerberg's upbringing and the creation of Facebook, that could be an issue. That might be a bit much. But as like a riff on a time and a thing and something that's like flashy and playing into the tone of what they're trying to create, I'm okay with it. You know, I wouldn't say the Jerry stuff Jerry West stuff has like sung on screen and been the best part of the show, but I don't really have like a huge objection. I think the hand wringing is overdone because you can interpret it as Jerry was mean to people at work on the show. Like that just seems like such a fucking unnecessary thing to care about in the characterization to me when varya talks about McKay's work trying to expose some, you know, eternal truth about our lives in our society. Like when I'm watching the show, I think sports fans tend to want to decouple partying, chasing women from greatness on the floor. On the court on the playing field, as a coach, as a GM as a owner, and when I watch the show, I think they're working in concert with one another. Like the reason why magic wants to continue to be the greatest and wants to win over the city of LA is because he gets to have sex with 7 girls at a party, right? Like he knows that one thing is allowing the other to happen. It's about the chase. He's chasing that greatness because that greatness, it doesn't just manifest itself in like fans really think that players all they should want is glory from fans and nothing else and that should motivate how they play. It's like, no, I'm gonna get rich. I'm gonna be able to be intimate with the most beautiful women in the history of my life. I'm gonna achieve status, be exalted as like some elite person in this society. And this city is like the perfect place to want to chase that in. And I think it's definitely driving doctor buss, is driving Magic Johnson. It drives norm Nixon, like the reason norm Nixon has an ego about I'm the point guard. I'm doing this because again, people know me in the city. People embrace me in the city. Like those things work together. I think people think partying makes you a worse player. It's like, no, I'm a great player because I want to be the man at a lot of these parties. I do want to buy my mom a huge hot tub. I do want to do all of these things, right? And that's what the show to me is explaining in like, Jerry West to me is just the dude who's obsessed with winning. Who's obsessed with achievement, who's obsessed with this stuff and in a way that's kind of toxic, which again, shit that sports fans fucking love. They love people. Insane psychopath weirdos about winning. You know, like, I don't know, I think this multiple ways to view what the show was working with. I'm glad you brought up the LA of it all too, though, because for me, that's one of the best part of it. Seeing 80s era Los Angeles and the forum and all this stuff. It's LA porn. LA porn. Porn about LA. I guess enjoy, you know. Go off with everyone else in the town, enjoy the flashback. Yeah, no, but I do want to circle back one thing that rob said quickly. The social network, I think, is a good thing to bring up here. Chris and Andy, we're talking about this on the watch, and they were using the social network as a representation of how art does not have to be beholden to the truth, right? That is the prime example of where they veered away from the text. And they just created something unto itself. But we are in this era now where I think a lot of people are assuming that that is reality, right? And it was for Mark Zuckerberg and it is now for the Lakers and Jerry boss and all that. Well, I don't know society. At a certain point, I think I wonder if you, if you have to acknowledge the fact that that is how people are interpreting what you're doing. And if that is the only thing that they're going to, do you feel responsibility to be a little bit more closer to the actual truth rather than this higher truth in your aspiring to? The interesting question for this time in 2019. Artists yourself Justin, when you're talking about, say, Ben Simmons, is it important to acknowledge that he bought bicycles for poor kids in Australia when talking about his horrible jump shot?.
The Angry Therapist Podcast
"five things" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast
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The Angry Therapist Podcast
"five things" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast
"The next one is acceptance. And I've struggled with this before. I've been in relationships where I don't accept my partner for who she is, but I subtly try to change her. And sometimes I'm not even doing it intentionally. It's just knee jerk. It's me. Unaware of it, right? So we do this in many ways. Whether we're nagging or we're being passive aggressive or we're, I don't know, loving in a way where our behavior changes according to. According to how we want our partner to act or be or do. So if they do things that align with what we want, we give them more love. And if they don't, then we give them our criticism, right? So acceptance means this is who he or she is. And you're not dating potential. You're not loving with condition. You're not saying that. I will be kind of invested in this. And then if you do these things and be this kind of person, then I will love you more. There's a lot of people who start relationships because they see potential. Looking for the fixer upper kind of thing because it makes them feel good about themselves. Coming into someone's life and helping them and changing them gives you a cape. Or at least the feeling of that. Being the rescuer, right? So instead of that, which is definitely grabbing, holding in a relationship would mean to accept the person, this is who the person is. And you love that person as is. So you're not, you're not living with condition. You're not in this for one's change, one's evolution. Who is someone could be? Because then you're coming into it with loaded, you're coming into it with an energy that can be controlling, even if it's subtle. So relationship soil means.
The Angry Therapist Podcast
"five things" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast
"And if your love language is acts of service, that's definitely your definition of love, but it's a good place to start because it kind of pulls you out of what do I need, what can they do for me? How can they make my life better, which is a lot of taking. It makes you think it pulls you out of the equation in really turns your dial from take to give. And now you're asking yourself how you can make this person's day better, you know? And it's so simple, it's so practical, but I think that is that's a great place to start as far as the mindset required to love with action. And, you know, my 20s, that's not something that I would ask myself every day in my 20s. It's like, what can I get? How can she make me feel good when can we have sex? All that stuff, right? And then you set all these expectations and if they're not met, then you're disappointed and there's conflict. So how can you make your partners day better today? Super simple. Start there. And then wherever that leads you, that's to me that is loving someone. Thinking about that person, putting that person first and then asking yourself how you can be of service, you know? And this doesn't mean that you cancel your day for the other person. This doesn't mean that you lose your life or compromise myself, right? I'm talking about in a healthy way. Okay, interest, interest, meaning, you're not only interested in your partner, but you're interested in. You're interested in not what they're interested in because that's okay if you're interested don't match. But you're interested in their journey. You're interested in their struggle. You're interested in their happiness. You're interested in. Whatever they're going through. So taking an interest in their interest, of course, that would be great. But if you're not interested in things that they're interested in, then taking an interest. With their journey on this planet, you know? That includes their winters, that includes all the ups, all the downs, and it's taking interest in someone's life, not just in them. That makes them feel safe. Does that make sense? So I think in this world, a lot of aesthetically beautiful people, they it's easy for them to find people interested in them. Because of their beauty. Or not even aesthetically beautiful people, but anyone who is a catch, quote unquote, according to society, people are going to be interested in them. That's very different than someone being interested in their life, their dreams. Their struggles. All of that. And to create relationship soil, you can't just be interested in your partner, you have to be interested in their journey. Okay, the next one..
Elliman Daily Podcast
"five things" Discussed on Elliman Daily Podcast
"And hussein these not to brag between press upon you. I'm not good with papers. In december mud the best value. My time he's not much franks. You know i'm good at it like you guys. I'll then how could you people set an appointment doing open house. Networking winnow going to replace what people can buy sale. Look doing vigils. so. I hope you'll like this. So again. A quick recap number one fix your mindset have a shift on your mindset. Believe decide commits gopher prepare. Believe it number to get clarity. While do you want really know how much money when earn how many want to sell per month per week number three. Put your plan in place you know gotta plan you know you see some got skews got go to cut the ability. Okay number. Four citizen action. Put your daily plan. Follow of not buying which structure routine number five leverage in delegation delegates. Everything that doesn't move the need for you. Spend eighty percents moving the needle getting cash flowing building the business and i think i think six to is is is. Everybody needs a coach and i'm not i'm not. I did bring coach bon-bons to pitcher coaching. Although i think you could do a lot worse. I do believe in coaching a lot. And i believe in nutritional coaches exercise coaches. I believe in work coaches business coaches in. Obviously we can't afford all of them but you know depending on what you're working on time. I think getting coach is extremely important. I think number six. Thank you and i hire my coach in two thousand one. Because i was sending a lot of homes in ahead head no life. He helps move to see some structure. So i wanna finish. There's not. I'll give him my number if you wanna talk. That's no obligation. There's no pressure. I love what i do. just can't scale with they'll have systems. Okay so really. Make sure he gets systems right away. You can't skill not don't have see some thank you for having me over. Thank uganda have a great great friday. Everybody and this is another friday morning. Drive yeah my email is vonda avant dot com so if you need to be on there for you love you happy friday. Thank you again..
Essential Cruise Tips
Are The Changes Princess Cruises Made Any Good?
"Princess cruises has made so many changes to the way they do things but are they all for the good and more importantly will they satisfy people like me and perhaps you who've cruised on princess and actually like the way they were doing things so have they actually make things better or perhaps a little bit worse so i decided to put the five things that they've changed to the test by booking myself on a series of princess cruises to put those to the tests. I'm here one of those right now. I'm on regal princess and join me as you see how some of those changes actually have changed the way that i think about princess cruises by the way if you knew my name is gary benbridge. My goal is to make it easy and fun to discover plant and enjoy unforgettable cruise vacations. The first change is one that a lot of diehard princess fans are probably disappointed about which is the focus on only bigger ships in their fleet really so during the pandemic got rid of four ships. The much loved pacific princess star. Princess see princess and sun princess and then i'll focusing on bigger ships like the Insist that a mom. Which is three thousand five hundred fifty passengers. Will the new ships like the sky. Princess in china process discovery process which is three thousand six hundred sixty passengers. So that's a little bit on the sad side. The focus on bigger ships however for me. Personally i'm actually quite happy about that trend because it means that these ships. They're all pretty much familiar footprint. They are very similar because it's world class ship and they have the things that i realized then stripped out any of the big popular facilities and venues. That certainly are like as they've gone through this whole change so they still have the magnificent glitzy kind of gold ancient which is the real heart of the ship. And it's real throbbing center probably more so than many other cruise lines. you've got the international cafe. You've got bars you've got shops. You've got the photography center. Quick access into the casino and it really is a great throbbing kind of heart of the ship and during cruises. I've found that a really exciting place to
The Eric Metaxas Show
COVID-19: The Great Reset Theory With Clay Clark
"January of twenty twenty. I already had a copy of this thing called the rockefeller plan and for people. That don with the rockefeller plan is you can download it. Time to free. America dot com. Or you can call it this book. Covert nineteen the great reset written by klaus schwab certificate of vaccination idei. I knew of this stuff in two thousand and ten okay. I knew event to when i knew about it. But i was weak and terrible and i need to repent. I was politically correct january. Two thousand twenty. And i the lord was calling me to use all my skills and to seek first the kingdom of god and all these things will seek. God i and i'm going. I don't know you know. Know millions of listeners. And i don't know that i should speak out about it but i knew five things eric that i needed. I needed to tell everybody. i knew. In january of twenty twenty that the models to the two point two million americans will die. Those are false. The tests are falsely calibrated to inflate the number of cases three cove nineteen is one hundred percent treatable using tonight ivermectin hydroxy clerk when for the buyers kobe. Nineteen was made in a gain of function laboratory in wuhan. Were they take fresh never frozen fetal tissue from a baby and they mix it with naturally occurring credit tissue to increase the transmissibility pathogen. And i knew that the cove nineteen back scenes were actually created before the copa nineteen virus was on the scene. And that's the last thing you said is the only thing that i'm confused by. So let's just put that aside for a second but you know if what if any of what you said if fifty percent of what you just said is true. I just think it's. It's so astonishing that we're living in a time when the information that you just said which i know most of that i can know already is true. I have got questions about a few of those things. But the point is the idea that we've come to a place where it falls too radical go-getters like you to sound the alarm because it sounds like stuff we would make up. Doesn't it that that that the bazillionaire rockefeller foundation. We do like mr burns from the from the simpsons like there's nobody that evil. There's nobody that's horrible but there
The NFL Show
"five things" Discussed on The NFL Show
"We we're just guessing but ben rothlisberger the longest season history of football. Because he's playing in. His team is playing hall of fame. Game he's not gonna play all fame game So the training camp starts early and then they're gonna play seventeen games They haven't committed a load management of ben rothlisberger but certainly in training camp. You're not going to give him a lot of so. I didn't see He haskins was getting a lot of work on the first day. I was there Obviously mason rudolph was getting work on the first day. I was there And so i don't know what that's gonna look like as far as numbers go. But i think he's going to be open a lot and he's gonna be open a lot things you'd be open all the time and i think he is Just again from the fact that i saw only one team pads so far because of the way the is i'll have much more Patty has pittsburgh love this time. Yeah i'll have many more pad reports reports this time next next week He was he was a guy that jumped out to me. I would say you know. I don't think there's any in pittsburgh in general. I don't think there's any illusions but the situation which is and i know this sounds like the most basic kind of you know athlon sports. Nineteen three cover of all time. But it's like they'll go. Is their quarterback goes because This is probably probably benz last year. there have a ton of cap space next year. And i think they have a lot of questions that they have to answer Obviously they're gonna get t watt done at some point They they have roster tunnel but this is this is the this is going to be the arm of a thirty nine year old ben rothlisberger whether or not what part of last year was real I don't you don't feel very good. I tend to agree with you But i think that whenever. I asked anybody in pittsburgh what was going on. The answer was some form of fashion of bent. Ben's going on and either either he's up forward or is not sure. I mean that's fair at i maintain. I don't think that they're going to be very good. But they've been really good for a long time so i i don't think they're going to be very good. I'm just saying the only path forward to them being very good. Is ben being decent. That's it Anything any concern about the dax shoulder. I think anytime you have a you have a player with a fairly significant injury. History and and stuff keeps piling up like that's not just a thing to say that's something that You know if you've talked to trainers you talk dental medical stuff. The best way to predict future injuries or or lack thereof is what a person's injury history as up to that point like it's a little bit hard to pin down exactly why but players who got hurt a lot get hurt a lot So i would not say that it's unconcern ing but doesn't seem like that big deal Yes all right so molesting is carson wentz which may end up being the biggest the biggest part of it. So matty refuses talking for the four frank reich. Now because right reich is obvious out with cove did. he didn't have a timetable. he never knew information. So mike silver reported that they're wentz fell to pop This might involve. It's one of those injuries that you just read the tea leaves on it and you get more worried. That involves ligaments around. Yes playing trapped in. Just ask you if heard a pop is like the number one power ranked phrasing for that anxiety spiral of the more. You hear the more words you got about it. Have you ever heard of pop. No i have actually a very clean injury history but the phrase he heard a pop just like really makes me nervous. I okay. So i've broken all my limbs at one point or another but i've never heard of pop bad the seems bad for carson wentz dear you pol of your limbs at went by i. I called my risk called living. It's called living. I fractured my wrist in seventh grade. That's my most significant injury. It's called if you haven't broken all of your limbs i question. How much don't you life incredibly weird things to say whether or not you dropped in on a on a half. Pipe skateboarding when you weren't ready for it was not you fallen in central park while running all sorts of things. I have fallen in central park while running. But i think so. I was on the street right south central park and then i tripped on the curb. I won't get into particulars of and i fell but it was like five. Pm on like a friday so like everybody's on the curb and says i just ran into central park out of pure of deal like a role and they got back up. And then i just kept running into such park at pure embarrassment. And then when i got around the reservoir i realized i couldn't move my arm as because i knew it hurt but then i was like well. I'm fine. I'm gonna keep running to me. Fall cannot identify me as the guy who fell anyway. Tough one all right. This is a big deal. So i saw some eagles fans anxiety First of all at the front end he's vaccinated. We didn't know you know who's going to miss time or whatever And then maybe that would lead to do not having a first round pick. Now you have now. You have the injury so from from that part of it. Obviously there's been discussion but from the colts part of it. This is a much bigger deal. I mean i don't. I'm not gonna make the health question entirely About whether or not. The eagles get value for their for their quarterback trade This is this is some. This is the colts x factor. This is all i mean. This is a different version of ben roethlisberger either. They had the good quarterback they don't The team signed brett hundley. Obviously they have jacob jacob at in colts camp They have a couple of rookies there. I just don't for a team that is prepared for a team that it has one of the best gems of boston that we've done. This is what we were talking about when i was saying or handicap in the colts that you don't want your question mark to be quarterback and curse carson. Wentz gets hurt a lot. He has been on healthy for large parts of his career And so they knew that That was part of the reason that he had his downfall in philadelphia. And so i just hope for everybody that wants can get back healthy. Yep that's right also foot. Injuries foot injuries in general. We've seen this with quarterbacks. It's a big deal. it's like i. i'm sorry to sound like an idiot here. But the inability to push off lower body is so important. I want sound trento for here but lower body is so important and if you have an injured foot that's the kind of thing that's going to affect you all year. And it's kind of thing. Frankly when he throws three interceptions in november that we find out in february. While he's battling foot the whole time foot you do not want a foot injury so this is a big deal. You don't wanna foot injury because of of the parts of mechanics and the parts of quarterback play that it it gets in the way you also want to fit injury because I don't know if this is going to be breaking news to anybody. You use your feet a lot and you actually put a lot of weight on them. They have tricky recovery processes for all sorts of athletes but in terms of quarterbacks. You're not just managing pain and discomfort. That stuff bleeds into fundamental base skills. Incredibly quickly so. It's not great. The only quarterback andrew wanted a torn mc l. Tom brady you actually want. You're rooting for that tournament sale. It's part of the narrative. My favorite thing about tom brady is that he they were questioning. Why why he was why. He skipped widened. Put the mc l. thing on the injury report and he was like well. I thought everybody knew what a guy. What a guy All right anything else. that's all i got kef..
The NFL Show
"five things" Discussed on The NFL Show
"What's your next one. Well actually so. I had been hard on my list. Also we can. Just we can skip to my last but Bill belichick cam. Newton is our starting quarterback that that is that is both issued all right well. So here's the timeline. This that's what i was going to ask you is. Does this seem fake. So here you're relevant events Mac jones drafted in the first round after that night at the draft. Bill says cams are starter. Okay camps starter. We go through the spring. The summer i practice a training camp right with training camp is opening a new england. Someone i follow. Trust is phil perry from nbc. Sports boston to his. I the first day of camp mac. Jones was the better quarterback bill in his opening. Press conference said something about every role is up for grabs. Everybody has to work for their position. Their status their snaps. Whatever and that seems to indicate some kind of shift from the previous statement of cam starter. Kim was the starter now. Everything's up for grabs now. Everything's in open competition. Let's go then. The second practice on thursday cam has a better day and bill against says cam. Newton is our starting quarterback So my question to you kevin. All seems fake. Shouldn't be reading into this. Because i think i think i felt like that was a significant ish statement so first of all cam. Newton says that he was surprised at mac jones's hip out knowledge which i think is overlooked story of the first week. It's hard for me to this. Is this is something that i. I wish i didn't do. But i we all do it. Because we're football fans to read everybody's tweets be writers fans whatever and parse mack jones. Looks like. that's what we're going off of right now Jeff how today said that. He had some perfect throws jones. And i wonder we don't know bill checks young quarterback philosophy because we never seen it because even though he champion tom brady i just read a book called the dynasty by jeff benedict and he obviously knew what he had him. Brady pretty early on To the everyone thought they humored was gonna be the backup in the event bledsoe went down and obviously wasn't the case. But it's not like we have a long history of bill. Check with young quarterbacks. So it's possible that for a guy who values veterans. Who knows exactly what they're doing the kind of do your job mentality. It's possible he doesn't want a a young quarterback a rookie quarterback other datas possible But also say that. I think that right now any proclamations faked so i was. I was talking to one of the coaches at one of the spots. I was at and we were. We were off the record. A tape recorder in the pocket Not recording anything. And i just said is. Is there anybody you you've seen so far that you need to look. I need to be looking out for and he was like Until there's pads we have no idea and you're just it's your basically preseason magazine if you're saying hey look out for this guy because it's all based on last year and it's all based on name or whatever because even not as they don't know and they think they have ideas on guys but they actually don't know. Nfl coaches are pretty hesitant to identify anybody. Who's good anybody's bad because it's such a. I know this is a cliche but it really is a year to year league and some guy may have lost maeve gained ten pounds and it didn't work for them or he tried to lose ten pounds and it didn't work for him And and so. I think that any proclamations made on july thirty first august i Which is today. I any proclamations like that Our our early and that includes bill ballot checks. I think that's fair. I just think that they the timings. That's for a reason. Like i've heard that from a bunch of coaches. We're gonna do it's true you've heard that it's totally true. Okay why do they have the practice is. This is not installed time in the same way. That minicamp is installed talk but no they don't even have most places don't even have pads on you. They don't have a sample. They have mac jones throwing to on air right now. you know. They've gotten mack. Jones throwing the hunter henry on a on a nice new england saturday. But i think that any proclamations about anything or too early. I think proc what does proclamation right like yes finish. I don't think. I don't think cam newton is anything other than written and pencilled starter. Okay and you don't think that either one of those players could have made any sort of meaningful progress at this point. I think okay. I remember brian billick saying this. I think about all the time he said. You don't know if a rookie can play on the first training camp second day of training camp. But you know if he can't and so i actually think mack jones could have lost. I know this this is like sound like. It's you can't win a baseball bennett april. But you sure can't lose it But that actually is is how coaches view they. You cannot prove yourself in july without pads but you certainly can can improve yourself. That makes sense. Enact jones has acquitted himself quite nicely. It appears but i'm just not sure that that binary like actually exists. Where if you're not proving yourself you're doing nothing. I think you can take meaningful steps forward through practice time where the whole team there for the first time like actually working together in several months. I think it's i think that's true. But i think it's negligible. I don't. I don't think you can make that much of a leap in first few days of training camp. I do not. This is my take all right. Well then we're we're quibbling over the degree of like what would significantly. But i just i. This is like i think every year. There's all this stuff about training. Camp doesn't matter training. Camp doesn't matter and their zillion examples of people who you know undrafted rookies who look really good in camp are identified as looking really got in camp. We do six rounds of. Oh this a matter. This doesn't matter and then those are the undrafted rookies who make the team like. It's not people. Use their eyes to evaluate these things. Just as the coaches do. The coaches are better at it. But everybody's looking at the same thing it's not like there's a force field where nobody can can figure out what's going on just because it's training camp. I think that's overstated every year. Or right let me tell you about a little training camp. because i've seen teams have pads. Because i was in pittsburgh and they started practice early so they were in pads. Because you're playing the hall of fame game. It's now because they just love football. They couldn't go out there. And i'm choosing to believe alternative Bilbao jackets football. That's why they're not on pads. Start to see yep People are really excited in pittsburgh about pat fire move. That's going to be a great chance because there's just gonna say mood with. I think they probably just gonna say heath either probably just gonna say heath so first of all he's from massachusetts deal our best friend. He's from north andover massachusetts. Who went to a school called the school which sounds expensive What two packs can confirm and Anything that just says anything with the school afterwards is expensive in my in my opinion but when i was talking to people there That was the one thing that jumped out. Because i don't know it was funny. Because i saw famous people. Ask me about him. After i was there and i with ben i i don't know i am whole fantasy football. Podcast that can help. You will be more but with ben. Ben is not working a whole lot. He adds them off days. He's doing load management. 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"We've talked about with the dolphins for the past couple of years. He's a homegrown superstar When a contract signed five years seventy two million dollars He is the number five. Paid cornerback in the nfl was will point number one Cap pits after this year of two million in one million Yearly cash is twelve twelve and twelve going through twenty twenty four You know this is for guys. A second round pick who showed out Obviously signed byron jones opposite him last year to sort of accentuate the the rebuild their I think i think the dolphins need to do everything they can to to keep him. Because this this would reset the timetable. I understand by the way byron jones. Fourteen million dollars this year right. But i understand the need to I they will get offers. They will get legitimate office especially even if they have to the team they get some has to renegotiate. You still want one of the best quarterbacks in football. Yeah but i feel like the dolphins. I know this is going to sound crazy because we're all with a long game here the nfl show. I don't think you can get. You're not going get fair value. You're going to get the two first round. Picks thing that everybody else gets for superstars in this league or one. I shot picking a bunch of twos or whatever but the dolphins. I expect a lot out of the dolphins fisher and xavi howard needs to be a part of that and i don't i understand like you know if we're going by the ballot check value thing here and he wouldn't deal saving howard yet deals avian howard two years from now and so. I would do everything i can to Put a band aid on this and just gets avian howard to to not have a trade request and just get him happy. Yeah i mean so. Saving howard has more at the pinnacle of his career at this point. Then stefan gilmore vitus into similar defenses. There's there's a slightly similar situation going on and one thing that i found myself thinking about is okay. Yes bill bell. Jack for example. And that's someone who. Brian florez learned from to a degree doesn't like to sort of capitulate to antics. Whatever not saying that. That's that's what david howard's actions amount to also note saying that that's what gilmore's actions amount to it's a fallacy that that's not sort of. That's just a blanket. Application even in these very sort of results oriented no-nonsense locker rooms. It matters who you are matters. The star power of the player and particularly matters how much the team can sort of compensate for your absence right. And so a in that defense. Particularly a shutdown like incredible man coroner basically unlocks what the rest of the defenses is trying to do. It's really really really hard to do that. If you're not getting high level play there in a way that in that system bacon scheme pressure they don't need you know world-beater defensive they can figure that out. It's not that they wouldn't like to have them but they can figure that stuff out right now. The way that those defenses are playing is predicated on really really good secondary play and particularly having one of the better quarterbacks and football at least one so i see a little bit of a correlation where yes obviously neither one of those teams in the business of doing stupid stuff but you do have to recognize who the player is not just in terms of where they fall in as best in their position. Top five whatever but what that role means to the defense team as a whole and i think that gives both of those players you know just a little extra shot a leverage because things would look really really different without them i i. It's funny because it's both those things because you know in some in some teams all. We really need an athletic linebacker They can you know unlock when we're nickel right but it's pretty obvious that all thirty teams would want saving our Ten interceptions last year. I burst antonio commodity to do that. This next gen stats since two thousand..
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"Speaking of missing practices. It's a big deal that cousins. it's a big deal. That kirk cousins is a close contact of cowan monde and the lamar jackson has out for number practices so there are different situations. Lamar jackson tested positive. Kirk cousins is just too close contact with mitzi. He's not going to be back next week. the vikings had one quarterback at their Saturday night practice. And that's important. I'm going around the league and one of the things i'm talking about with guys is how disasters were because they they made they made do but how screwed up last year was and how many different situations they were. They were like man. this is just not. It's just not real football and the more you can make twenty twenty one twenty twenty the better off. You'll be and i just think this is From mike zimmer ripped kirk cousins a lot without saying his name he just said it was really disappointed either people weren't vaccinated all that stuff and by the way just everyone knows if you're vaccinated you don't have to do the close contact five days thing right and so he would not have had to do that he wouldn't. I don't even think i was reading the rules. Last night he wouldn't even have to get tested If he was vaccinated let alone have to sit out for for multiple practice. And i just think there's when i'm talking to guys but zoom last year. I mean first of all this the hoops that the coaches and players had to go through just to get to feel normal. When you're not in practice like i was talking to a coach. Who was saying that he was they. Would you know would have as quarterback. Call the receivers on speakerphone. When they were on zooms then they could do a patching different people and pretend like they're doing audibles and he was like is not. It's not anything. I was just shots in the dark. And i think that the fact that You can get back to normal. And there are people who are not taking advantage of that and football sense I think it's disappointing my zimmer And it's you know i mean listen there's a whole just a human part of it it's extra that's not gonna be on my top five training camp Important things here. But i just i just think There's a reason that. Mike zimmer is pretty upset from a football standpoint and and that's it it's night and day between vaccinated backstage at a training camps the. Nfl is forcing without forcing. And there's good reason to do that. And i think we're gonna see see more of this where unvaccinated players That and coach is extremely mad at the running backs players. I i i. I see that coming to ahead. Yeah i think. I mean ron rivera's and other coach who was vocally pretty upset with the vaccination rates on his team all move to. I'll flip the these aren't in ranked order unless yours are mine aren't but i'll flip the order that i was going to do these end because one of mine is just that so on friday the new york times eighty point five percent of nfl players had received at least one dose of vaccine which obviously not all of this is. This is not a story that is going away anytime soon. Right like we're going to hear about it. All through training camp were hearing about it now. A lot of teams are having issues. Related or not coaches are speaking about their displeasure ways blair's our fellow coaches who if they're not vaccinated are having to jump through all these hoops that are causing competitive disadvantages but we should also recognize the big picture here. Eighty eight point. Five percent is a number that the us government would give its left arm for Probably some some other limbs as well It's a fascinating case. Study if nothing else right because again this is this is not over. The story is not going away but the nfl has kind of remarkably effectively in my view. Made it so that the incentives are so high. That teams are all kind of doing it. The vast majority of players are just doing it. Coaches basically cannot do their jobs if they don't get vaccinated and obviously people have a lot of strong opinions about that but the the extent to which it's happening i mean again. They've surpassed the goals that we've set for ourselves as a country so it's just fascinating to see you know a private business in acts that and i guess it's something that will help teams have their people available to them right but it's also just an interesting little case study. Yeah totally an. I've been going through this driven from newark. To cleveland over the past couple days and the nfl facilities are incredible. What this stuff. We have contact razors. We have if you're indoors you're incredibly social distance You have to a a mask. When you're indoors. I did it yesterday in buffalo. I didn't. I actually forgot masking your your buddy kathryn fitzgerald. Gave me mask cav. Yeah she she gives you the best. Because i didn't know we were going inside. I didn't know where we're going inside the bills She gave me a mess anyway. Long story So i just think that Yeah i think the as obviously numbers going up in the country. And and i think that you're gonna see I agree with you as far as the case study goes It's good that that they've reset vaccination. I listen there were players. I'm not gonna certainly not gonna say anything about names here. But there were players who were big big deal players that i heard mid july were not vaccinated and by the time. Training camp came around. They were and i don't know what that is. I don't know if that's I don't know if that's the nfl. Putting out those new protocols. I don't know that's just just them change their mind. Whatever it is anecdotally. Even though there are stars who haven't been vaccinated anecdotally. There were a lot of stars who who i who obviously changed her mind. And i don't know I don't know what that s all right Saving howard's trae quest. This is a big deal. This is a big deal so saving howard is freshly important to everything..
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"People on twitter saying that they were you know any any any extension like this is a bad move For running back. And i just think that the teams in this scenario what they're going does bury it. She's not that much money thing. Twelve point two average. He'll rank fifth at the position. Guarantees six that the average per year. And i am he. He's the best running back in the league. This is great. It's just it's pretty cheap. I don't even. I mean i agree with everything that you said but honestly my reaction to it was like. That's kind of a steel. So here here. Are the top paid running backs in the nfl. Christian mccaffrey sixteen zeke at fifteen tomorrow. Fifteen cook twelve henry. Twelve so the cook henry. Chubb class seems right. Joe mixon as twelve as well so it seems to me. Mccaffrey is is different. Because i i paid to basically be receiver. Yes he's being paid to be an offensive weapon as he like to say And then zeke just one in negotiation with jerry jones. Congratulations to zeke elliott He deserves all the money. You get from jerry jones. And then kamara. Who's who's with mccaffrey. And that's again different so it looks to me like the twelve million dollar market rate for for a an elite running back seems right and i think in the modern nfl that that. That's fine to me. And i would pay twelve dollars nick. Many times over. I too would give nick shop. Twelve million dollars All right your number. Two zach wilson and the jets really matter. I read work to sign mr camp practice. They had you know a little. Kerfuffle over offset language which is standard stuff. They put it in very few teams. Don't require it it's fine. This isn't a big deal. It probably doesn't matter at all. However i just need the jets as they're rebuilding with what i would say. Looks like a really solid infrastructure nucleus management to build around build with to run that organization. I just need them to not make me nervous. You know what. I i need fewer things where my reaction is. Why is it always the jets. I do do you think. I'm ridiculously off base here. It's just because this is basically a non event. It's just that. Every time i read about it i went to god. Why why so. There's a lot to unpack here. Number one is that they ended up not matter. You're correct and he only missed a couple of days. Couple wraps He flew from la mitchell. Schwartz the great offensive. Lineman was actually in my mentioned the other day. Because i made a joke about how if you could take. La to new york red eye and still practice after that which he did that. That's incredible because i've taken that. La to new york right. I am not ready to do anything alone. Nfl l. practice and mitchell actually said he should have been in the area and that was probably negotiating tactic them away. And you know. I'm not. I'm not ready to be there. But he probably should have been there just to to have to get some extra time and anyway I think it's not important but it's not nothing just just to be clear here. Training camp practices are not like defcon. One for working quarterback it's not a it's not an absolute nothing to skip a few of them right and so i'm not. I don't think it's a top five sort of big deal I think. Zack wilson is going to be really good quarterback and i think that mrs thing that i've i've talked about as jets podcast couple weeks. I mentioned on this podcast. But the measurement of wilson because that team has so much work to do It's not gonna be obvious is not going to be stats. It's gonna be you know. Roberts alabama culture that young core taking a step forward and so i think i agree All the help you can get for. Zach wilson is is important I'm i'm not too bothered. I mean it's not even august. This is not a obosa situation. This is not a i remember. The first time ever covered ted ginn was holding out and he showed up by catholic through training camp It's not one of those situations. I'm i rolling my eyes at the jets. But i think it's okay all right. Thank you for calling my jets anxiety. I just don't want. I just don't think i i think if you're a jets fan. You're fine he's in he's in camp. I mean just imagine if you picked up a turf toe and missed..
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"Well okay so. Can i ask you just before. I do this to run our listeners. Down through where you've been who've you seen okay. So i i've only in cleveland now and then i've seen pittsburgh and buffalo. I was going to go to baltimore than when they had their their news. i rearranged that So it's it's early in camp I'm doing detroit after this and green bay and the minnesota and then a couple of other cities further down south And so it's been amazing to see li- football and talk about the one thing. I've noticed to be honest. is that last year. Suck everybody even. If it was like some breakout season for someone who was just like everyone is just so happy to be back to somewhat normal and yet we have contact tracers in our pocket. And you know it's not there's still people spas we're going to get to that in a second but it's Everybody's pretty relieved at normal. So yeah that's a real that's grade year and it just i wanted the right. I actually wasn't sure what you're stops events. I wanted the right context which teams i can really about and person So my number one thing so far. We just haven't talked about aaron rodgers together on a podcast so i wasn't gonna let us not do it. One of the most incredible press conferences. I've ever witnessed hilarious and entertaining. But here's my observation. I guess it's a. It's an observation that that begs the question which is who who lost because of aaron rodgers getting up podium for thirty minutes and just answering questions honestly about what happened in how he feels about it because i legend no one because i know like the packers took some strays over the course of that thirty minutes and there were great quotes and they turned into museums and aaron rodgers holds a grudge and all that like totally shor in terms of content. Absolutely get it putting all of that stuff out in the open though. The only thing that i can think of is that it totally takes the teeth out of it like you know it's not going to happen. I mean people are gonna bring it up again but it's it's not no longer a cloud that hangs over them because there are some real ways in which like okay if he's considering that it's pretty likely he could leave next offseason. That's a huge deal for that organization and all the players are going to think about it. Everybody's gonna think about it but when you just address it it all of a sudden seem so much less scandalous. It just feels like less sort of tantalizing to talk about what everybody who's involved is just like yeah. So here's what happened so this observation is really my my plea for less bs. But i found it incredibly refreshing incredibly entertaining but the important thing is that. I just don't think that is somehow additional drama for green bay. I think if anything it actually makes it easier for them to deal with that story in situation going forward that he just kind of put it all out there. Do you think there's there's logic to that. So calamar came out and said that he thought that that was great. And i wonder i don't think aaron rodgers is is quarterback from anyone else in the league and no one is gonna be the next aaron rodgers as far as head went out. Didn't russell wilson is not gonna do this if you think. This is the new playbook for quarterbacks. I assure you it's not aaron. Rodgers is different. But i kinda think the quarterbacks run the league were unhappy with situation not saying kyle has to saying. He literally voiced to support. But i'm saying that that they probably let out a little fist pump. And when you put it like that. I completely agree with you. I really don't think anybody lost because we already knew the state of play was just spelled out now and there's no room for interpretation and this is what we were talking about. I mean schefter said it I i. I've agree with him a couple times that aaron was to get his hands dirty in order to actually get out and i actually spell out what was going on and this is the best of both worlds. Because i don't really think he got his hands. He didn't he didn't really. He didn't murder anybody on live television with his words. He just kinda needle people and he said what needed to be said. And i also think there's an implication there and this is. This is an important part. There's an implication there that he's just going to keep doing this and listen like what's going on that we're gonna have another press. Conference liked us next week. Two weeks now. And that i think is the most important part in him. Exerting influence that this might not be the end of something. This might not be the end of this summer for aaron. This might be the beginning of something to be a season where he just does this all the time and says exactly what's on his mind and and get me he already got one wide receiver out of it By the way did. Cj kuro in buffalo. Yesterday i was gonna ask yeah. He looked fine. Incredible the biggest winner in all of this is jay. Kumara is gonna get him back now. I don't know he's probably me. Jay kuro some money in agree asking me things that made it more famous certainly but i also say that you know with with regards to some of his. The guy's you listed that that were released at. He implied he didn't agree with you. Know i it's been eaten. Quarterbacks are going to have that problem going for. I remember in twenty fourteen. I think i wrote a story about how he you know. The team got so young. I'll base golf. His friends were were gone to the point. The heat heat. Nobody saw the same movies osam. Nobody samer him. And in this era of quarterbacks were just getting older and older and older while teams in lot by large get younger hunger because of the rookie pay scale. I mean i've read about. I mean if you look. I think it's about nfl teams about four years younger than they used to be because of on average because of the way that that's going and so you're just gonna have Quarterbacks at the kids table all the time and i think the fact that he wants an oka- back in fact you want some more veteran-laden team Is is is a really interesting move so i i actually agree. It was four rogers. The perfect the perfect move jake commercial looking at. He looked great with great yet. They're packing factors should trade All right well what's your friends. How about this. How about nick job signing a three year thirty six million dollars extension with brown's twenty million dollars guaranteed There's a lot to like about nick. Job I saw this the other day from. Espn from j. charter. He averaged ten yards per carry in the fourth quarter last year. Yeah it's pretty unreal. I beg your pardon. He averaged five point six yards per carry Last year total coordinator. Thirteen despite facing an eight-man box. Thirty one percent of the time. I have this is not the zeke elliott contract. That's going to haunt them for years. It's more it's more teams of paying running backs. And there's an expectation now that we know that looks like we know that it's going to be decent guaranteed money. It's going to be shorter. Extension rep reported that chubb wanted to be able to reach free agency at twenty nine or do deal at twenty eight Which i think is important for the player because hopefully he's still having seasons by then running back ages four ages really quickly. And then you know this is. This is going to be fine on down the titus with derrick henry. I i'm to the point. That for sure nick. Chubb is probably the best running back in the nfl. But i'm to the point that i'm no longer getting matter. Running back extensions. Because i think that there's a there's a culture billy aspect to it to be honest with you and something. I've i've talked to people about. I think you have to pay them a certain amount of money just because they are a really important part of your teams especially last job but beat. You can't just. I i feel like an i. I'm guilty as guilty of this as anybody with the analytics thing and it's like okay. Well never pay running back defined undrafted fridge or seventh round. pick Only have a quarterback on a rookie pay scale whatever and you lose. I think the human element of will bend. I do not value running backs at is a as an individual position league-wide but i do see the value in paying a guy like nick. Chubb this amount of money especially with the rising cap. I don't think this is a You know this is not a bad contract on my sauce..
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"It is part of the ringer podcast. Work i'm kevin clark. i'm in cleveland. I'm joined by nor prints yati who is at while you say or i'm in. I'm in long island. i'm at a bachelorette party your second ever wedding so it it'll be my actually. It's going to be my fifth of her wedding but when it rains it is really truly it is my third no it is my fourth ever wedding related event the count as it stands right now is one wedding to bachelorette parties and bridal shower. What summer what is summer and to think. All i'm doing is visiting the steelers. The browns buffalo bills stuff like that. Nobody's getting married here cool flex. Nobody's getting married here. I'm just sitting around talking. Would brandon beane about golf. That's nice that's good. Play a lot of golf in buffalo. Yeah yeah go from buffalo. Great great weather for it in the stomach. Yeah not josh. Allen told me he played with jim nance at cypress which is one of the best courses in the world and then The gymnasts like gave him the tour of cyprus. It was it was like he. He knows every single plot of land basically and he had a story gymnasts had stories. I wanna be so happy for you because that must have been an incredibly conversation for you to be a part of. I do feel compelled to mention that we are now at my outer limit for golf talk. And if we continue going i will spontaneously Can i tell you one more thing. Yeah short gymnasts and this is not specific to josh allen. He's done this with other. Nfl stars gymnast and all other people gymnasts like big one of his big things. One of his fun things he does when he plays golf. People is he records them and then he does play by play in the jim nance voice and then sends it to them. So if you played golf with if you play golf with jim nance chances are and i've seen it from a handful of people chances. Are that you you have on your phone bike. Here's here's prince yadi at five from gymnasts and he's like really hams it up and stuff. That's incredible that's good. That was that was continuing talk. That's where i was going with it. I wasn't just going to tell you. A boring story about josh allen Although we got plenty of those got plenty of those. I think we have exciting stories about josh allen. Let's get to it right. The rest of this podcast was recorded on sunday night. Before the big news that emerge the carson. Wentz is out five to twelve weeks which is a window. I've never heard of before for foot. Surgery is going to have the bone taken out of his fifth metatarsal. There's a lot to unpack your says massive ramifications for not only the afc south race which the culture is supposed to be a part of but a bunch of other places as well. So first of all frank reich comes out and says that jacob easson has the job right now but he's got to earn. It says he's in the driver's seat. But nick foles is basically openly lobbying four trade which says right. he's a third stringer chicago. He says he's gonna die up. Third stringers right now until there's news But says frank rights wanted to people in the world obviously have a great relationship going back super bowl That coaching job. With foale's and reich and john de filippo doug peterson is one of the best of all time. Basically paring down that offense and figuring out what. Nick wanted to run in january of two thousand eighteen and winning support because more and more peos There's just there's a lot there to like about the foles and right partnership if it has to happen early in the season Jimmy garoppolo has been you know kind of thrown out as a as a hail mary candidate. I don't it's going to happen especially because be extremely expensive. marcus mariota. Obviously we would be a candidate and then standing pat would would be a candidate For for once obviously he's out twelve weeks that impacts What the eagles get for a draft. Pick He he asked play seventy five percent of his snaps this year in order for the eagles to get their first round picks says ramifications there. And then you know once might be back in the season on. We don't know a foot. Injury is not something you wanna rush back but obviously if it's only twelve weeks that gives them some time to come back even if you're taking it as slow as possible so frank reich said today that once had an old foot injury dating back to perhaps high school according to the doctors something to be said this And then over time. The broken bone came loose and caused what we have now. So obviously worrying The colts we've done the the best. Gm show A couple of weeks ago and we all thought the chris ballard was a top five. Gm north thought. He was the best in the league. this is his time to shine. This is this is why you get the best. Gm so we'll see what the moves are made Obviously this this opens up day of sea south pole bit because it lowers the colt ceiling. But they still have a good roster Still have a good. Gm still twelve a good coaching staff But obviously they're planning a has been scrapped at least for the beginning of the season so Maybe if there is a blessing that it's happened early in training camp so they can make these plans and kind of see who becomes expendable as third quarterback on a roster somewhere. But there's a lot of options and it starts. Now we're going to defy things that matter from some training camp Let's start with your number one nora..
Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment
Cant See the Forest for the Trees
"I just had a major breakthrough moment the other day about this rough patch that i've been going through and i shared with you guys a few weeks ago that i've been going through a rough spot and at the time i couldn't pinpoint what was happening Because i was too close to it. But i knew like my energy was down. I wasn't following through on things. But you know when you're in it you're in it and you can't always see the pieces clearly because you're just in it and you know that saying you can't see the forest for the trees. I didn't understand what that meant for a long time. And it's only been in the last few years that i've come to understand what it really means and it makes sense to me and this is exactly what i just went through so when you're in the middle of your life in the minutia the day-to-day stuff you're in survival mode. Like jumping from one minute to the next trying to keep it all together. The kids in schools in pick ups and drop offs and working spouses and houses. And i mean it's a lot right. You're just trying to keep it all together. That's the trees you're in the trees and when you take a breath and look up all you can see. Are the trees all you can see over the next five things you have to do. And the last five things. You didn't get done right like that's the trees but if you could jump in a helicopter and fly up above the trees and look down you see the whole forest when you have that thirty thousand foot view the past becomes more and yes. I know helicopters. Don't go thirty thousand feet airplanes thirty thousand feet. But you know what i'm saying. You can look down on the whole forest in easily. See the path. You can see where to go where to turn left go straight turn right because you're looking down on the whole picture. That whole picture is your life but when you're in the trees yet can't see the path because you look up and see nothing but trees you can't see the forest for the trees. That's how i describe the value coaching too. By the way you hire a coach or mentor because they have the thirty thousand foot view and then they can see all the moves where all you can see are the trees. You need the person that isn't so close to it to see accurately what moves need to be made.
Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg
Interview With Actor, Writer, Rashida Jones
"First thing is a person in your life who has had meaning resonance importance. Someone who's meant a lot to you and in some way or another to you are who would that person be. You know if that's a really hard question. I'm sure not the first person to say that. I feel lucky because i do in in my journeys life. I've met a lot of incredible people in been supported by incredible people. But i'm sure this is an answer here too. But i think the fact that people resonate with me all stems from my parents my my dad and my and my mom. I don't know if i can do at one but you whatever you want to lies at. My dad is such a he so proficient at connecting with people. He so he's he's such a true and pure and an ideal extrovert in the sense that he gets everything he needs from people and they get everything they need from him. And i'm not quite like that. But watching that growing up and and seeing how he makes every single interaction meaningful has really shaped my life and my relationships and end. There's you know there's just nobody who even comes close to that in terms of you know how i how i manage my life and how the world and my mom similarly everybody that. She met everybody that she even had like a little interaction with. It was memorable for them and it was meaningful like she doesn't. She didn't know how to have dishonest interaction. And so i think like in a kind of embroil away. Those having those two people lead by example to show me how to behave in the world and how to make the most out of relationship has has been everything for me.
The Digital Story
Tips to Clean Up Your Photography Act
"These are five things that may have slipped through the cracks recently or even longer right even longer but can prove very useful overtime. I one firmware. Updates firmware updates. And i'm usually pretty good about firmware updates. But i had one slip recently is funny. Oh as for my one hundred fujifilm x one hundred. So i saw that a firmware update had been out for a while that i missed and they said oh well let me take a look at that. See what's there and there was all sorts of stuff there including being able to use my x one hundred v as a webcam usb webcam with the new fujifilm webcam app. Which is a big deal. Because that's the camera. That's in my backpack all the time. If i can use that as a webcam i can. You know work from the road. Which is exactly what i did. I was down at my mom's housing. The the kids turn kinda hanging out and visiting her and all that sort of stuff. And so i was down there in southern california visit and it was the first day of my phone of pro photography workshop and so i was able to use the x one hundred v as my webcam instead of the pen that i have set up here at the studio and it worked great in here i was. I was all setup. I had my laptop out. The little microphone had my excellent hundred v. broadcasting from my mom's dining room. It looked fabulous. It actually did. I'm surprised that some people didn't ask me the second week of what happened to that cool backdrop that you had the first week the probably thinking it and just You know too polite to mention it to me
Who Was by Queen Elizabeth Ii’s Side at Prince Philip’s Funeral?
"I saw this us weekly headline who was by queen elizabeth to side at prince. Philip's funeral things to know about lady. Susan hussy i like listen queen elizabeth the seconds to you bigger satellite jesus sequel. I mean innocence. Saying it's like okay. She's bad a and other rob queen. Elizabeth two colon fedral. I don't so here are the five things to know. I'm not gonna read you the actual descriptions because who cares but the actual five things. The headlines are good one. She's the senior lady in waiting. Does donald moving on. I don't what a leading waiting as she was. She's a leading around for queen elizabeth. To a lot to me. She was married to the late. Marmaduke hussey which is. She's really old so her husband's name was marmaduke. She is principally godmother. Okay i'm boring. She's known the queen for more than sixty years again. She's very old and she's the youngest daughter of the twelfth earl waldegrave no five things have done less for be than bees. They've done nothing now. I feel like i'm getting a sense of like what she is up too. Which is an old british lady. that's just confirmed. She's but maybe now. The phillips dead shall like hang out. Maybe she's you'll be down now.
A New Direction
Mastering You from the Inside Out Skip Cummins - burst 05
"Five thousand americans commit suicide per year. Four million americans suffer for treatment resistant. Depression ten times ten times. The number that suffer from drug resistant. Epilepsy and anti-depressant drug market is one of the largest markets in the world. This starts the journey for you. Doesn't it well. of course. The origin challenge started long before that. But yeah that was. That was a seminal event in changing the direction of my life and fostering in me a commitment to improve people's lives especially with intractable illnesses. And the reason why. I say this kind of starts it. All off is because this kind of this whole passion with your mom you lead to you being a ceo at cyber onyx and and the whole thing but of course that's all it all falls apart at one point continued tragedy for you but then what happens is you're as you're building yourself back up after all this right this. You had to hide the pinnacle you had the low. You went to the high pinnacle of venus a ceo cyber onyx and then that falls apart and then you rebuilding your life and this is where i want to start really and get people's attention is let's let's talk about how we rebuild ourselves after we fall from the highest cliff life and and and you know there could be other cliffs right but one of the things that was so powerful to me was in chapter two because as the world starts in chapter. Two's called the origin challenge and it is an exercise that i don't know where you got it. I don't know how you put this together or if you just came up with this but this challenge of determining your origin is so important. Why are why is our pre programming. Or i think you say from whence we came so important. Well when you think about it the first eighteen years of our lives we are the most open the most impressionable and the most vulnerable. Plus we have the the ultimate respect at that point for authority or father and mother figures so the programming. That's done during those first eighteen years by our parents by our coaches by our teachers by our siblings by our friends by our life experiences in essence represents our de part of our dna our emotional intellectual spiritual etc dna the unlike our biological dna we have the power to change then in order to change that emotional spiritual cetera dna. Our origin programming. We have to understand own it. I which for a lot of us is really hard to do. And i want to take people through a little bit of this if you don't mind because he gets important that people because i did this and i discovered some things. I consider myself to be pretty healthy. That doesn't mean. I don't carry my big black garbage sack of crap. Exactly right right from my past. Here's how you started this and people listen replay the show if you want to get the book. Because he's got every one of these exercises right down five to ten words or phrases that immediately. Come to mind to best. Describe your mother during your childhood. Don't think about whether they're positive or negative. Just write down. What immediately comes to mind. Then do this for your father. Here is the big one for me. Step three now right down three to five things that you wish your mother had done more or less to be a better mother and then step. Four is do the same for your for your father dude. This is powerful. Because i never i never had just you know i think we kind of get into denial that. Our parents don't have much to do with what what's going on in my life. Now you're exactly exactly where and so then we get into this denial thing. And then you start to realize it's ted. I had this conversation with my wife. I said i did this exercise. I want to tell you this wert right from this exercise and i was. I was really blown away because they didn't. I didn't really see because what we'll tell. Tell people what gets revealed as you go through this exercise.
Daily Tech News Show
Samsung Launches 980 NVMe SSD that Combines Speed and Affordability
"Samsung announced a follow up to its nine. Seventy yvo solid state drive called the nine eighty the drive is an m v m e. m two three point drive and cost between fifty dollars for the two hundred fifty two hundred gigabyte model to one hundred and thirty dollars for the one terabyte version. This is samsung's i d ram less. Mvm e ssd it takes advantage of the host memory buffer feature in the n. m. e. specification instead which also brings the price down. Samsung says the nine hundred can achieve speeds of up to six times that of a saudi-based s. Cbs news reports. The twitter is suing texas attorney general. Ken paxton in federal court following an investigation. The attorney general launched into twitter after it banned former president trump twitter alleges the attorney general is violating the first amendment by trying to punish the social network for exercising free speech rights over the content hosts. Criollo is ten years old and in celebration. Google announced new tools coming to the platform. A feature called phone hub. Will you find an android phone from a chrome os device together with one. Click and check. Your phone's battery. Life wifi sink. Lets you automatically connect to wi fi networks that your android phone. It's nearby share. Lets you easily share. Files between chrome os in android devices without needing an internet connection. Cremona screen reader is getting improved controls and clipboard can now store up to five things apple released. Ios fourteen four dot one an important security update to address a web. Kit vulnerability update aims to prevent code execution in safari and third party browser. So go do that right away. Apple also released a preliminary update from its women's health study team at harvard chan school of public health. The study of ten thousand participants in the research found that menstrual cycle symptoms included some that are less commonly known or disgust such as gastric issues and sleep changes. This kind of data can help. Researchers better understand various health conditions such as polycystic ovary syndrome infertility and menopause amazon is expanding its amazon one technology which lets customers pay inside a store by scanning their palms to identify themselves expanding to more stores in the greater seattle area. It's now available. In amazon. Forced star store in lynwood and in the coming weeks and amazon books store and bellevue. And it's forced our and pop up stores in south lake. Union amazon says twelve of its physical stores will soon feature the technology will give you a dollar if you take a picture of yourself with palm pilot trying to use it to log in at one of those games all right. Let's a little more about what's going on with the european union. Your opinion union has pledged more than one hundred fifty billion dollars to develop next-generation tech industries as part of its two trillion economic recovery package. The plan sets goal for europe to produce at least twenty percent of the world's semiconductors by value to twenty by value by twenty thirty. So got a little under ten years to double it. Last year produced ten percents. The biggest european chip companies are infineon and an x. P. which make chips for automotive and industrial customers a snl in the netherlands makes equipment used for chip-making plants taiwan in the us or leaders in the space but companies like tsmc and intel europe has had success encouraging domestic industry before with airbus gsm technology but domestic tech self reliance is becoming a trend last month. The us launched a review of supply chain disruptions with references to encourage domestic production china built chip-making self reliance into its latest five-year plan as well
The DigitalMarketer Podcast
Crafting a Conversion Series So You Can Sell with Email
"Lot of the time in digital marketer. The things that we do aren't because we're incredibly intentional. They're out of necessity or we have a strategy that we can't fulfill on because of technology because of some other barriers. So we have to do something else and we do something else. And everyone gives us the benefit of the doubt and the credit that we had this brilliant epiphany from go and we're so put together but it's always fun at least for me to look back at how we have an asset or a process. Now that was created out of oops ryan and perry forgot to write and send emails one day probably about eight years ago. So that's why we're we're looking these templates now and that's why we were able to temple ties them and use them for all of our businesses and and what. I hope you'll to do is walk. You guys through some of the core templates and the conversion series That you can use to deploy in your business and truly built an automated follow up campaign for your business so back to the agenda. We're gonna move onto crafting your conversion series so a couple of wrap up points here. Remember the conversion series for new subscribers is going to be triggered simultaneously with the indoctrination series brand new people when they've opted in. They're going to get their your indoctrination series. But they're also going to go into conversion campaign right because going back to the question that ryan asked in the very beginning of this workshop or or at least the question that he posed in the very beginning of this workshop. You have a subscriber now. What what are you gonna do with the subscriber once you have them going back to the five phases of the follow up machine living here in the conversion phase and green is good red is bad and yellow. Is hoping that we're back on track. So we're right here. New subscriber or old subscriber news going to get the indoctrination campaign and the conversion campaign. Old is not going to get this. They are going to go into a conversion campaign because looking at this and thinking of this As it pertains to the customer value journey once someone subscribed the next most important thing for us to do is to get them convert to convert right. Something magical happens when you when you take someone from being just a subscriber just a prospect to a customer pain customer win when money or time exchanges hands when they give you money or they'll give you their time. They they change in the way that they look at you. They listen to you differently. And when you have a successful transaction they're willing to ascend so going back and thinking in here. After conversion we're focused on ascension that first conversion isn't necessary because we need to move them along from a us a low dollar or a entry point offer to a higher priced. it allows them to trust us with a successful transaction so making sure that our email campaigns and email series are are moving people efficiently through those processes. It's kind of what we're gonna be talking about here again to answer the question that ryan posed in the very beginning of this workshop. The the answers to move them quickly through the convert face as seamlessly as possible by deploying a conversion series. So let's talk just a little bit about conversion series so a conversion series is an interest based triggered campaign sent following a specific action or requests. Remember ryan talked about two types of email sends there's triggered and broadcast definitely the conversion campaign. At least an automated sense because we're building automated follow up campaign is triggered so in someone's requested a specific resource whether it's a lead magnet or whether they've subscribed for awebber opt in for a webinar. That's an interest based triggered campaign that sent immediately. Alright the job of the conversion series is to turn subscribers in the converts twice called the conversion series emails and a conversion series should referenced the previous positive reaction. This is big right. Think about if you just met someone and that personnel ryan talked about a lot about the from like your from information right the first email you send. You should not expect them to recognize you. Even if an amazing job at personal branding or branding your company they are not gonna see that email and remember who the heck you are. You haven't earned that yet. You haven't become important to them especially if they're new subscriber so if you're not tying back to that positive that previous positive action that they took they have no idea why you're emailing them and what the heck you're talking about and we are all really really busy. I bet you. I opted in for five things yesterday that i have. I don't even remember doing right. And i bet you that three of them tomorrow will email me. And i'll unsubscribe from them. Because i won't know what the heck they're talking about. I give everyone the benefit of the doubt that i opt into a lot of things. I don't believe they're spamming me. But i do believe really terrible job at reminding me why in the world they have the right to email me and why should care the way that you overcome that is referenced. The previous positive action and then prescribe the next logical. Step i if we know thinking back to the previous slide if it's interest based we know what they're interested in at least right now that may not be the only thing they're interested in but it is the thing that they were interested enough in to give you their contact information. So that's what they're interested in and you've said something on a page that talk them into giving you their contact information so you now know what they're interested in now remind them the last thing that they did your last interaction and then tell them what they need to do. Next so successful. Conversion emails will overcome or inoculate against known objections and common
The Investigation Guru
"five things" Discussed on The Investigation Guru
"Phone is probably one of the more secure electronic devices that you have your computer lot. You're taking into your computer than it is your phone or the kind of keep that in the back of your mind. But you know. Don't don't be they'll be lackadaisical. Don't make sure that your password secure don't use something very obvious like your birthday. Your spouse's birthday. Make it the try and make it as randomized as you possibly. Can you know one. Two three four is of course of the horrible codes. Zero zero zero zero is another bad one your month and year your month and day of your birth. That is that is again another very easily easily. found out or very easily discovered combination. So that is some of the few that people will try though if it's not one of those very easily discovered or easily found out sequences of numbers than your phone is actually is is actually pretty safe. A make sure that you turn on that setting. I can't remember exactly where it is in the iphone. I've i've never had an android though. I i can't. I can't help you there but Make sure that you turn on that setting you only get five or ten chances in if you mess up or you know the wrong number five or ten times in a row than it will completely erase the phone and make it make it useless or anybody to use and number five. We cannot liar. Tap someone's phone is again His is going to be kinda firmly in the camp of violating federal law in stumps and some states. It is necessary to notify one party of the recording. So if you want to record a conversation some states are one forty states in some states or to party states if you are in a two party state and both people on the line must be notified that is recorded and both people must consent. If you live in a one party state in only one person on the line must be aware that you are recording and the other person can be completely unaware that these recordings are happening. you know. that's what god mel gibson in trouble any kind anytime you see any kind of recorded conversation. President trump got in trouble with the same thing. A lot of these things you know if you live in a one party state and only one only one member of the conversation needs to be aware and the they can record the other person without their knowledge or consent. But again being able to wiretapping in and hard wire into someone's phone line to listening to their conversations or or record their conversations if they are not one of the two one of the members of the party on the phone call itself and that is that violates federal law. There's nothing wrong with if you live in a one party state. There's nothing wrong with taping a conversation that you are a part of that you are party to but where you run into problems is if you start hacking in an in wiretapping. People's phones to listen into conversations. You are not a part of once you start. If you're not a part of the conversation then you have no business listening in and you have no business recording at that violation of fcc laws in that will land you in a nice comfy federal aventure federal penitentiary run penitentiary. Penetentiary little prison. Whatever so that was five things that a private investigator. Ken not do under any circumstances whatsoever. Now again remember that laws gonna from state state but to my knowledge The things we discussed here are pretty much illegal in all fifty states. I want to kind of again cautioned you that if a private investigator ever offers you any of the services that we discussed in this podcast make sure that you run the other direction. That is not someone that you want to be associated with that. It's not someone you want to do. Business with and that certainly not someone you want presenting evidence or a court case that you have pending will not end well for for you and it could Very well land you both in prison. I so thank you very much for listening. This was the again the final episode of season. One big changes coming to the podcast and season two. We're getting the new intro music out trove by new music tracks coming in. We're gonna. We've hired a professional voice actor to voice our intros and we're getting ready. New music We bought some new equipment. You might be able to tell a little bit of difference in the in the audio quality of this episode compared to the last one though hopefully that is coming through. I'm becoming much more knowledgeable than adobe audition which is what we used to edit our podcast. So hopefully you know you're you're going to be able to kind of see that we are trying to step up our game and we're trying to improve the quality of what we do for week again. Please keep in mind that we are. We are still very new at this and we trying to kind of get our get our feet we and get really kind of our identity fixed on where we wanna focus but we have pretty much decided that we're going to focus more on the true crime content Going forward in less really on the private investigation business type of these types of episodes that we've been having ill the past two or three episodes so if you're really more into true crime content than you wanted to really the private investigation stuff then. This is a very good direction that we are going for you. If you're more interested in your more interested in the private investigation pleased again also head over to our blog and we will continue to post information articles. That are more geared in that direction. his many investigation grew podcast. My name is shawn in. We are signing off. Have a nice day. Thank you very much. See you next time..
The Investigation Guru
"five things" Discussed on The Investigation Guru
"We bring you to the darker side of investigations. This is the investigation. Grew podcast with sean and dana. This is the official podcast for red door investigations. Thank you for listening. If you enjoy the show. Please subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. Blue and welcome to the investigation guru.
The $100 MBA Show
3 Ways To Improve Your Branding in 2021
"The branding is thrown around a lot and business and melinda people really fully comprehend it. You know what something you need to have an order but you're not really sure how it ties into your business your marketing your sales. This is common so on a simplify things and then share with you. The five things you can do this year to strengthen your brand branding simply what other people say about your business. How do people describe. Your business is your brand. For example nike is known for being motivational youthful. Go-getter all these things kind of mesh with the brand of nike. That's the message. He put out there the kind of product and business they run. It's also a very casual type of brand versus louis vitton. That's not a casual brand. That is not a motivational brand a luxury brand. It's not for everyone. In fact another luxury brand porsche had a very famous and the billboards on this magazine ads. That stated their brand in the simple sentence not something for everyone everything to someone again making it exclusive. so how can you form that message that branding. Well it's actually quite simple. There are three things you can just write down in a document right now. This is a great exercise to really solidify. What your business is. all about your branding. The first thing is what is your. Usps your unique selling proposition in one sentence. How is your business your product. Your service unique in stands out from the competition. One of the most famous ones domino's pizza. They had this For a very long time in the eighties and nineties. It's not their current one. But you could see what i mean. It was fresh delicious pizza in thirty minutes or less so in one sentence. I know exactly domino's is all about. It's about fresh pizza. The tastes good the delivered to my door quickly at the time. The competition didn't do delivery or their delivery was really slow. Quality varied that kind of stuff. So you need to write down your usb number two. How do you serve your customers. Howdy deliver your products or services. What experience do they have describe it. And then lastly and you can flip two and three if you wanted to. Who are your customers. Describe your target market people that you serve in as much detail as you can by having these three pieces of information you have a good understanding of the brand that you want to build these are the things you say about your company so in order for them to say that you have to practice what you preach. You have to put that out there. So how do we do that. Well these are the five tips. I want to give you tip number one. You're usp this has to be at the top of your homepage. This has been your headline. This has really be the first thing anybody sees so they understand why they should go with you. You don't have much time when somebody hits her website. They wanna know quickly. Why the stick around. Why should consider you. And if you can't grab them and hold their attention with your first communication. Which is the headline the headline. That's on the top of the page. Then they're just gonna leave and you're gonna lose them forever so tip number one very easy change the headline on your homepage to your usb. I know this sounds really simple. But i guarantee you many of you if you look at your website right now you don't have that remember. You wanna make your usb. Your headline is very very easy to understand. It's simple remember. We always say a confused mind. Never buys you don't want to confuse him. With a long winded sentence with commas and semi colons and hyphens. No keep it short if you have to take a breath say the sentence. It's tool
Esports Network Podcast
Collegiate Esports with UCI's Mark Deppe
"A very solid listener base for you to talk with Blossom. I think most people especially if they're following the ecology Sports feed are pretty familiar with the University of California or New Jersey. It's e sports program but we have a lot of people from the East Sports Network podcasts as well who might not be as familiar even after that introduction. So you see I was really held up as one of the early leaders in Collegiate Sports a lot of attention on the program from really the first days of it how have you felt that the program is a whole have you have you felt that the program is in a bit of a guiding position when it comes to the expansion of college sports cuz it feels like you guys are kind of at the Forefront of a lot of the different areas of Collegiate Esports. Yeah, I do feel that way when we started our program, you know, like like everybody else. We had a lot of questions. We didn't walk or doing. I think we did a few things that have been very notable that other people have looked at and and these are kind of things that I share with people when they they first call was a lot to school as I've talked to hundreds of schools and universities. It's become such a heavy time investment that we now have a Wiki that we share with all our frequently asked questions FAQ. Academic conference where we help teach people we're doing we've done webinars. So we definitely take that role seriously, but I think initially some of the things that really were groundbreaking was one. We we really identify pillars of our program what we were going to do our mission essentially. So we do five things we compete we support academics or research we engage with the community we create entertainment and we launch careers and so everything we do goes into those five things and we We Don't Stray outside of that too often because you can get distracted pretty easily. The other thing I think people really liked was our space that we built we didn't realize how important it was going to be. We needed a space for people to sit and to play it helped fund our program initially are are the arena which is powered by other powers you mentioned and not once we built that a lot of schools thought that was kind of required piece of the program. So a lot of people have come to look at our place toward our space to see what what they can build on their campus. So I would say those are two dead. That Drew people in and the third and final thing would just be UCI is just a really respected University. It's from all I can see the highest-ranked academic institution that offers suggestions for Esports from where a public university part of the most prestigious Public University system, and we're the only School in California. That's really this invest in these Sports. So a lot of jobs make a stand out and unique and because of our our position people have reached out to us and we've been happy and honored to share what we've learned and to be part of the thought leadership of the police force base. Absolutely. I think there's everybody any student who currently has a nice sport Three Dog campus or e-sports loud or place to crash just hang out and play video games. A lot of that is probably fakes to some of the the work done by by UCI and pushing this forward even at the University of Oregon when I was in school after birth. The iBuyPower Esports Arena had been announced there was no e Sports Lounge and I would back right before everything shut down due to covid-19. to adjust to what was going on and for those of you are familiar with Irvine U Irvine we don't have a football team we're one of the younger you see schools so long it's hard for us to distinguish ourselves among our peers like Berkeley and UCLA because we're just so much younger and newer and so I think e sports are viewed by money and a lot of our campus leaders is something that makes us unique makes a school of First Choice so if you're a gamer if you want to compete and you also are really smart student California you see I might be your top choice and there are a lot or cidar few other programs or services or attributes of Campus that can say that that they make you see is school First Choice definitely the leaders don't have any football program that stuff to hear that such a great mascot I would love to see yeah it's been a point of contention for many years but at this point it's a dog too expensive to start up and we probably be good anytime soon if we did well yeah it's showed
Breaking Math Podcast
Order in the Court (Transfinite Ordinal Numbers)
"This episode is about the trans finite ordinal numbers. What do you think about that Neither no the only word in there. As i know i know lots of like parts of that number but i know ordinal put him in order. trans finite means what across infinite of across finance across the fight number basically an infinite number and the there's actually a difference between ordinal numbers and cardinal numbers. When you get into the infinity's which we're going to talk about Cardinal numbers on the next episode odds apart one basically but ordinal numbers are. Let's say let's say you have like a collection of things. Let's say you have an infinite collection of things. Let's say you have a million like infinite number of names on a list and you have all numbered from a one One onward and their unique right. Yeah and they're all unique or at least they have a unique address if you add. Let's say you add one to that. Like one new name to that while you while you could reorder them and say that they are Well is that one that you're adding. It's one more than the one before. Yeah it is distinct and and you could order them basically the same way because that could be the that could be the number one the the old number one number two number two three and so forth. But if you want to compare if this item is distinct you can refer to it as kind of like the infinity. O plus one address is when you have a collection that's already infinite and you're adding one to it so that makes no sense to me to makes no sense to me because infiniti to me means without end right and so it seems to me like it would be immaterial to add another number in there because it's already there anyway like in other words it's just basically that is when you're talking about cardinal numbers and i'll explain the difference real quick. Cardinal numbers are how many there are ordinal are where they are also. We're not talking about when you were talking about names. were literally not talking about ordering. The numbers were literally talking about unique things. Yeah like let's say like Your jimmy bob. And he's number one and ninety have mohammed number two got pluto three. Got you okay. I was thinking this was like one two three four five. Yeah i mean at one. Two three four and five are ordinal numbers and they're also cardinal numbers because you can have a set like a collection of things with five things in it but once you have an infinite number of things like for example. Let me use the example before we have the incident names and then we add one to it right right. The address of the new thing can be considered like the infinity of plus when address. But it's the total number of things in it is still a just the same in just the same infinity. Because cardinal numbers is about the size of sides and ordinal numbers are about addressing sets. Giving each place everything a unique name so for example before we have everything numbered one through infinity and then we add another item to it and then if we compare that list the oldest to the newest we could talk about this in terms of ordinal numbers.
Entrepreneur on FIRE
How to Generate Hundreds of Content Ideas to Support Your Business with Melanie Deziel
"When we're talking all about how to generate hundreds of content ideas to support. Your business and melanie is a wonderful person to talk about this wisdom melanie. Why why do entrepreneurs need content for their business. Break it down. One of the things that we realized in our in our human life are like interpersonal life. Is we tell stories all the time you know when you're catching up with friends or talking to family. It's all about sharing information in telling stories. And i think what happens is when we put ourselves in our business mode we forget that sometimes those human natural stories are what really connects best with people. And so. it's a really important tool for us to be able to attract consumers who can attract customers who will have a better understanding of what it is that we stand for and what we do. It's a way to showcase your expertise to show what it is that you are so good at that you actually went out and created a business around that skill. it's also a really good way to keep that customer engaged because for a lot of our businesses. It's not something people are buying every single day right. There might be weeks or months or maybe even years between each time that they engaged with us. So we need something worth saying in the interim so content can be a really powerful tool for attracting retaining engaging your audience and making sure that you're still top of mind. They're still thinking of us to learning from you and engaging with you when it comes time to make a purchase decision down the line do all businesses need content dues every way shape and form every type of business need content. I think absolutely you know one of the things kind of toughest. Content is a bit of a buzzword right. And so maybe some of your listeners are thinking that content means youtube channel or podcast like yours but content also includes emails that you're sending to your audience that includes the copying the imagery on your website. So you know it's everything you're doing on social media and so i don't think there are too many businesses out there that are thriving without a website without a social presence without any email list. They're generally doing at least a couple of those names. You know so we have to. We definitely have to be more aware of how we're communicating with our audience and all those different ways so back in two thousand twelve. I looked in the mirror. And i said john if you're honest with yourself like you're just not a super creative quote unquote type and i was honest with myself that i just wasn't so i decided to go down. The path of encouraging and asking and then having other individuals provide the content for me. And i was gonna be in the form of these interviews. And i've now done over twenty seven hundred interviews in past eight years and guess what like i'm relying on other people's creativity other people's content for my content distribution channel. Which is this podcast entrepreneurs on fire. So that's my question like what if we're not creative types. What if somebody in fire nations like kind of like jail delek. I'm not super creative. Can we still come up with content ideas. I have a confession jail day when you said back in two thousand twelve. I wasn't creative. I got a pit in my stomach. And i held my breath like no no. We can't have that. It's so sad because some of us in studies prove this out when we're young when we're kids. We have so many creative ideas. We are really uninhibited with sharing all the crazy things we think of. You're telling stories about dinosaur aliens that become zombies and take over your middle school. You know you. You are totally uninhibited and as we get older. We learned to ignore those things to suppress. It were afraid of being made fun of or making a mistake or failing or whatever that that fear is for you so we all have that native innate creative ability and the way. I convinced everyone that you are in fact creative is think of all the creative ways. You have imagined that things would go wrong you. There is absolutely no end to the creative solutions. You can come up with for all the reasons why something won't work or or why it's going to be difficult so we still have that skill. Usually what's lacking is a prompt or inability to activate it when you need it so when we say we're not creative. It's usually more that you you're sitting down to to achieve some goal like come up with content idea you know figure out what to say and your next youtube episode or email and you can't come up with anything on the spot and you convince yourself it's because you have no creative abilities deep in your soul anywhere So really what it is. We often lack a system. And that's what's really important is understanding that you do have that creative ability everyone does and it's more about figuring out how to activate it when you need it. It's sort of like if you think someone woke up in the middle of the night and said arm wrestle and you lost and then you're like well. I have no strength. I am a legal arm. Human being you know and that's often how we treat our creativity we give it no warning we give our brains this challenge to come up with some huge solution out of nowhere no warning and then we we count ourselves out you know and that's one thing as well that i think that a lot of people don't realize is that being creative doesn't mean you have to come up with a great idea every single day or just this stroke of brilliance every week or so it's like i can look back over my eight year career where i've generated over twenty million dollars in my business and i've come up with like three or four good ideas like i've been creative like with these ideas like just a handful of times but they've made all the difference like those two or three or four or five things again over eight years fire nation are been what has been responsible for the bulk of my success of my financial success of my brand six ass etc etc so one thing that i want to talk about next melanie as you break down a really impressive content system in your book so first off give us a little background about this book in then expound upon the system yes the the book is called the content field framework how to generate unlimited story ideas and i wrote this book because of statements made before saying that you're not creative it breaks my heart so what i wanted to do is really break down what it is that i do in my head when i'm trying to come up with content ideas i know that that's kind of my superpower is to come up with ideas off the cuff and so i wanted to put as much of that process into the book as possible so people could adopt that for themselves if it's helpful for coming up with ideas so at the core it really just means understanding that while we think of content ideas and creativity as this amorphous saying you know amuse or a lightning strike or lightbulb moment it's really just two things there's a focus so it's about something right there's a perspective or a lens through which were telling our story and then there's a format we're bringing it to life in some way like audio here or video max info-graphic whatever else so if you understand that formula that every piece of content is just a focus plus a format all you need store a laundry list of focuses in formats at your disposal and you can create combinations at the drop of a hat so that's really the goal with the book to kind of prompt to think about content ideas in that way unless you have that shared language to talk about it becomes a lot easier to say okay. I want to tell a history focused story about this particular topic. What's the best way to bring that story to life Maybe a timeline would be really helpful. It kind of gives you a step by step process to activate that creativity so that you're not just sitting at a blank whiteboard or a blank google doc and hoping
Accelerate Your Business Growth
How To Create 1 Year Of Marketing Content In 5 Days
"I'm so fascinated by this because i totally agree with you that that. What's so weird about marketing is that it can be absolutely all consuming and then a small business owners. Don't do it cuz it's absolutely visit other right. It's just a crazy thing so Okay so you develop these strategies and can anyone implement the money. Does it work in any industry in for anyone with any level of knowledge about marketing. Yes actually does. And i've used this across did so many different industries over the years You know business service. Industries product industries industries that have regulations on them financial industry lawyers all these different industries. That you can really use with what it comes down to is. It's about consistency and a lot of times. I feel like an experience as myself many times. We get going january one role excited and we do everything for about two three weeks. Maybe three months even and then we just like things get in the way life happens. We need a break. We don't know what to post on social were not. Our websites aren't really up to date. All these things happen. So what i did was. I sat down and created the five days which is the five pillars of marketing. And i feel like you know seen the so much that if you have these five things going for you if you have these five things that you're actually paying attention to then you're gonna have a release Marketing strategy and it's actually going to work. It's not just going to sit there and do nothing. Because i feel like if you don't have all the five pieces of you're missing one or missing to. You're going to see that reflected in the lack of sales of the lack of growth that you're expecting so i've see people also. They'll put too much emphasis on one another and they'll they'll definitely see themselves stagnate with that. So when you look at the five pillars the first one is branding is just the foundation of everything and if we can get your brand right in a day and we can make it a really good solid brand with a good message. That's clear and you know who your audience is than everything else we do for the other four days just falls into place And it just makes it so much easier and the other day is Which we can go into a little bit more but the other days our website in a day twelve months of social media today twelve months of blog posts in a day and twelve months of email marketing campaigns in a day. Wow okay now. I love this idea of getting your branding down because that really feels like the lynch to everything because it it. It's it makes it so much easier for people to know what it is that they're gonna post right. Yeah yeah i so. Interestingly i totally got what you were saying about we start. And then either. We don't know what to post their things. Get in the way. Another thing that i've noticed in curious if you've noticed this as well so the last business owners at will will try a marketing like. They'll try an e newsletter. And if they don't get results in say three months they throw up their hands. They stop doing it and they say okay well. This isn't working. I needed down another road. He s okay. Yeah oh yeah. I mentioned like the five you have to have a five and they have to be firing on all cylinders all at the same time you have a car at only two cylinders work. You're not going to drive that car right. And so and doesn't it take a while for marketing to take hold. It does and people don't give it enough time. There is a very impatient market. When you're looking at entrepreneurs versus marketing. We get very impatient. We want to see results now and when we're promised results now that's what i get really frustrated as just as a marketer a lot of other marketers will promise results yesterday and can't deliver and then i get you know the the backlash from that from the other the other side of it would be for like i didn't work now. What are you going to do to fix it. You know and then the pressure is really on right.
Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast
Interview with U.S. Space Force Chief General Raymond
"Welcome to a general raymond. Were so pleased to have you with us. I know you wanted to make a few opening comments. So i'll hand it over to you. Thanks for the opportunity to to chat. We're really excited on. Twenty december of two thousand nineteen the national defense authorization act signed. I've been saying recently that that was. That's our birth certificate. What's interesting if you look at how what was originally planned for the space force the law was gonna be signed and the thought was it would give us like a year to figure things out and then actually started implementing when the law came out. Those is a little different than what what we thought in. It said start now in mmediately. Reshifted the plan if you will in on that day. Sixteen thousand airmen from air force base command were. An civilians were assigned to the united states. Racehorse the i was named as the cheapest based operations And we're off and running in over the last almost a year coming up here just nine. More days will will celebrate her birthday leaving. Really hard at work. If what i call inventing the space use that term very purposely business. This is building a service for a domain. The space domain that strategic environmental shames of that domain has changed and we need to do things differently and so we have all been about starting with a clean sheet of paper and building the service from scratch from the ground up and looking back on a year. first of all. It's hard to believe it's been a year but looking back on that year that if you look at them at incredible amount of progress has been made. It's it's very product we've had a. We have a great team when you stand up. An independent service are thought. Was you have to do kind of five things. I you have to develop your people the second you have to. You have to have your own budget now. Third you have to have your own doctrine fourth. You have to design your force and then fifty have to present those forces to join commander that the us in in our national defense We have made a ton of progress. We have completely reorganized the entire national security. Space enterprise to flatten the bureaucracy and be able to move at speeds and if you look at the space domain that we operated in that's going to be critical because things that's very vast domain and things move very very quickly We have completed all the processes to pick people and bring them. I mentioned that. Sixteen thousand airmen were assigned to to the space force on day one. We are now transferring. Those folks onto the books of the space force and the amount of work that that took was A lot and we now have. We've got i think close to twenty four hundred and we've got another bye bye here over the next few months. We'll have a about sixty four hundred in on the books of the space force as active duty members and then we'll have civilians about ten thousand civilians that will be assigned as well. We wrote the first ever space powers doctrine an independent view of space docking. We've we've developed at chief. Space operations planning guidance published that guidance for the force designed that yet to yet to come we. We submitted the for first time. We've ever done that as an independent service. In the past we were major command of a another service that the united states air force. We have a great partnership with We have strengthened our partnerships partnerships with commercial industry broadening the defense industrial base partnerships with our allies. Which i think is a really a if you're asked me probably what's the most important thing we've done our thing. I'm most proud of. It might be that We have really taken some big strides on that. And then we've also done. Some cultural things like will always becomes newsworthy. The the seals in the flags and logos and uniforms. And you know here in just Let's see days the eleventh in about another week. We're gonna announce what we're going to be called near the name of the sailors soldiers airmen marines and today were were saying space professionals here in another week will unveil our our name which will be good. So we've i'm really proud of the team. We've been driving force down the road if he was in building and Really really proud. The second year and i'll i'll i'll just tease the second year. Then the open enough to offer precautions. The second year is really i was inventing the service. The second is going to be all about integrating the service integrating more with the throughout the department integrating more with the joint force integrating with oliver sister services integrating it more now with our allies and partners integrating more with our commercial industry integrating it more with the intelligence enterprise and oh by the way we've done all that under a global pandemic in haven't missed a beat in providing space capabilities to the world.
The $100 MBA Show
Must Read: Before the Exit by Dan Andrews
"In two thousand fifteen. The author of Cities Must Retain Andrews and his business partner sold their product business. A small team of fifteen people and they're able to sell the business for a multi seven figure amount now Dan. Says he doesn't regret selling the business, but he does regret some of the decisions he made along the way or even how he went about selling the business. One of the things that he shares in the book are some of the takeaways or some of the findings he gathered when interviewing other entrepeneurship sold businesses, and the interesting thing is, is that when people sell a business not because they're like I'm selling this business because the optimal time to sell and I'm going to cash in and I'm GonNa, make all this money. Most people say the sold their business. Because they were just tired they were rundown. There are ready to move on these just weren't enjoying the process anymore. and. That's not a good place to be when you're selling your business. Why? Because you're just not gonNA get top dollar you're in a vulnerable place. So in this book, Dan, Andrews Five thought experiments for you to go through five things for you to consider scenarios that, Hey, what if you did this instead or what if he did this before you sold? And the names of these five experiments are the lifestyle ladder, the mock tax rebate with the mediocre CEO the hidden upsides. The cash conundrum and finally the dirty secret. Now, I wouldn't be doing Andrews Justice if it went deep into what these thought experiments are had to do them, he does a great job explaining how to actually set these up in your mind and make sure you consider them. Before you exit. They're. designed. To give you clarity and confidence. As you think about selling your business. Now, I, want to say that the reason why this book is so helpful is it's so different from other business books that Talk Selling Your Business this book on about how to get the most money for your business or negotiated deal or even when is the best time to sell? It actually deals with a far greater important matter. When it comes to selling your business, you and the emotional side of things, your identity after sell really understanding why you want to sell in maybe you can sell that problem that's causing a cell without selling this book is Actually Abou- making sure you're making the right decision when it comes to selling your business and presenting some alternatives. A lot of people don't consider other options. I'll share with you many people still business because there's just tired of the day to day work, they have to do managing people being on top of everything and just the daily pressures of growing and expanding and looking over your shoulder when competition is loom, Inc. so they say, you know what? I want to wash my hands of this and I want to sell this business cash-out born people forget about when you sell your business is that you probably are selling your greatest asset. It's your money maker. It's the thing that has the most value probably in your life we're talking monetary value. Of course, you really should think twice before just giving it up. One alternative is, why don't you just remove yourself from the business I know that sounds overly simplistic but plenty of people do it where they say you know what I don't WanNa, do this business anymore I'm gonNA hire a CEO. I'm going to hire a president of operations or president for my company to take over and I'm not gonNA work. I'm basically GONNA retire I'm GonNa give this person salary maybe it will give him a a slice of profit share have some sort of bonus scheme and this person is going to be fresh blood. They're gonNA come in and guess what I have a money making machine on my hands any profits I make can go into my pocket I can maybe work out if I can pay myself a salary as a director and just me with my president once a month and the rest of my days I could be semi-retired. On other projects, this is actually an option. A lot of people do why? Because they just can't sell their business maybe they don't find the right buyer maybe they can't find the right price. So instead of saying, okay, I'm a slave to this. They say, no, I'M GONNA leave the business and I'm going to hire somebody to take over and what this does. It turns your mindset from being a business owner into an investor and this is really one of the gems of this book got us are looking at. Your Business as an investment, how much time and effort and you know capital we've put into this business. Are you getting your return on investment if not change things around and remove yourself from the business as if you were an investor as if you are buying this business, imagine you're buying your own business what would you do? Maybe you would just say, Hey, I'll hire somebody to to run it a new CEO and I will get a return on my investment. You can do this with your own business. And earn profits and earn a healthy wage and guess what you still keep the essence. You still own the most valuable thing you've built stressed how and don't want to be in the minute of the business. Problem solved. You got somebody instead of you, and here's a little secret. You might be surprised he or she might do a better job than you are doing right now because you're burnt out or maybe he or she. Is Better at taking your business where it is right now to the next level, the new you're a good starter. You're a good person to bring the business to where it is today, but maybe you want to start something new maybe want a certain project. Or. Maybe you just want to take a break for a year two. Here's your solution and there's more solutions in this must read book before the. Exit.
The $100 MBA Show
Before the Exit by Dan Andrews
"In two thousand fifteen. The author of Cities Must Retain Andrews and his business partner sold their product business. A small team of fifteen people and they're able to sell the business for a multi seven figure amount now Dan. Says he doesn't regret selling the business, but he does regret some of the decisions he made along the way or even how he went about selling the business. One of the things that he shares in the book are some of the takeaways or some of the findings he gathered when interviewing other entrepeneurship sold businesses, and the interesting thing is, is that when people sell a business not because they're like I'm selling this business because the optimal time to sell and I'm going to cash in and I'm GonNa, make all this money. Most people say the sold their business. Because they were just tired they were rundown. There are ready to move on these just weren't enjoying the process anymore. and. That's not a good place to be when you're selling your business. Why? Because you're just not gonNA get top dollar you're in a vulnerable place. So in this book, Dan, Andrews Five thought experiments for you to go through five things for you to consider scenarios that, Hey, what if you did this instead or what if he did this before you sold? And the names of these five experiments are the lifestyle ladder, the mock tax rebate with the mediocre CEO the hidden upsides. The cash conundrum and finally the dirty secret. Now, I wouldn't be doing Andrews Justice if it went deep into what these thought experiments are had to do them, he does a great job explaining how to actually set these up in your mind and make sure you consider them. Before you exit. They're. designed. To give you clarity and confidence. As you think about selling your business. Now, I, want to say that the reason why this book is so helpful is it's so different from other business books that Talk Selling Your Business this book on about how to get the most money for your business or negotiated deal or even when is the best time to sell? It actually deals with a far greater important matter. When it comes to selling your business, you and the emotional side of things, your identity after sell really understanding why you want to sell in maybe you can sell that problem that's causing a cell without selling this book is Actually Abou- making sure you're making the right decision when it comes to selling your business and presenting some alternatives. A lot of people don't consider other options. I'll share with you many people still business because there's just tired of the day to day work, they have to do managing people being on top of everything and just the daily pressures of growing and expanding and looking over your shoulder when competition is loom, Inc. so they say, you know what? I want to wash my hands of this and I want to sell this business cash-out born people forget about when you sell your business is that you probably are selling your greatest asset. It's your money maker. It's the thing that has the most value probably in your life we're talking monetary value. Of course, you really should think twice before just giving it up. One alternative is, why don't you just remove yourself from the business I know that sounds overly simplistic but plenty of people do it where they say you know what I don't WanNa, do this business anymore I'm gonNA hire a CEO. I'm going to hire a president of operations or president for my company to take over and I'm not gonNA work. I'm basically GONNA retire I'm GonNa give this person salary maybe it will give him a a slice of profit share have some sort of bonus scheme and this person is going to be fresh blood. They're gonNA come in and guess what I have a money making machine on my hands any profits I make can go into my pocket I can maybe work out if I can pay myself a salary as a director and just me with my president once a month and the rest of my days I could be semi-retired. On other projects, this is actually an option. A lot of people do why? Because they just can't sell their business maybe they don't find the right buyer maybe they can't find the right price. So instead of saying, okay, I'm a slave to this. They say, no, I'M GONNA leave the business and I'm going to hire somebody to take over and what this does. It turns your mindset from being a business owner into an investor and this is really one of the gems of this book got us are looking at. Your Business as an investment, how much time and effort and you know capital we've put into this business. Are you getting your return on investment if not change things around and remove yourself from the business as if you were an investor as if you are buying this business, imagine you're buying your own business what would you do? Maybe you would just say, Hey, I'll hire somebody to to run it a new CEO and I will get a return on my investment. You can do this with your own business.
3 Simple Ways to Make Your Webinars More Engaging
"Welcome to another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric Su, and I'm Neil Patel and today we're GonNa talk about three simple ways to make your webinars more engaging. So we're in two thousand twenty right now and webinars are still a very effective way to get sales. You look at the people out there such as click funnels they see it's still use a ton of webinars. So again, webinars are basically could be like zoom meeting could you can use this offer like live storm or whatever but you're basically teach people get them to indoctrinate them a little bit and then closed them at the end so if you want. To start with number one, number one is asked people questions within your web, an arm and most people the they have these powerpoint presentations are going. They're doing a pitch that eventually selling but ask people questions throughout it because that'll also give you their objections and make sure you answer each of those objections within your wapner. Even if it's at the end in May, because not only will keep people on longer 'cause you're answering their questions, but you'll also get more sales from it too. Yeah. Number Two I. Guess this is the only one for me but I think this is the most important thing from my perspective is. During a Webinar to focus too much on teaching and because all I did was teach I gave them stuff to do. So maybe I did seven ways to do something but I seven. So you're immediately I'm going to go take some action after ideally what you do is you give them a couple of Aha moment. So maybe two or three all moments let me give you an example. So the consulting school program that we have where we teach people how to build an agency or service type of business for that one. Originally again, I had video, it was teaching people five things you should be doing that are different. To grow your consultancy. Now, what it is is I teach them to think strategically right. So what what am I saw moments was, oh, you should think of your agency not as a long term, it's going to be a big business but more. So for most people, you WANNA think of it as a launch pad business. So you take that drive the income for yourself to hundred, two, hundred, thousand dollars a year, and then make a casual business, and then you go invest and other things could you need to build your wealth that way? Right so it's a good launch pad business. So that was one of the Aha moments. And it's different perspectives from other people, and that's what makes it a little unique and people are like, oh. That sounds amazing and what we do is they're trying to close them. We try to drive them to a phone call and our conversion rates literally shot up after it qualified people quite a bit more to get on the phone call. So I would just say instead of trying to teach too much maybe teach a little bit maybe like ten twenty percent but the rest focus on how moments one, two, three, Aha moments that will really blow people's mind and then just tried to drive up to the next action and. Last but not least in a Webinar recommend that you have someone from your team or hire a contractor to help you and man the chat you won't be able to respond to everything. But if you're actually engaging with people and responding to the comments and the questions right when the come in, you're going to be much better off people stick around they engaged and increase your sales as well.