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"gillan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:00 min | Last month

"gillan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I tell you chum it's time to come blow your heart. Make like a mister mumbles and. If folks are talking to Michael gillan, Michael, you were just about to make a very heavy point about a point. Yeah, because I know the other two axioms that I gave you is illustrations of the axiomatic beliefs of Euclidean geometry were pretty easy, you know, adding equals to equals give you equals. Yeah, that's pretty easy to understand. You know, parallel lines extended to infinity. We'll never cross. That seems pretty intuitive, but try this one on for size. One of his other 33 axioms was this definition of a point and by a point he said, it was something that had no length width or depth that had no dimension whatsoever. And yet it was something real. Okay, now try to wrap your mind around that. And it's not just in other words, think about what I'm saying, Eric, I'm saying that Euclidean geometry, which has so much practical value, right? And as a huge, important branch of mathematics, one of the earliest, right? Is founded on something you can not even imagine a point that exists, but has no dimension? Actually. Let me ask you, but I still have to ask you this. And I don't want to cut you out, but I just have to ask you, you say, okay, go ahead. A point has no dimension. But we say that a line is two dimensional, don't we? I'm sorry, a line is one dimensional. A shape is two dimensional and a cube is three dimensional. So you're right, a point by definition has no dimension, and yet we couldn't do geometry without the concept of a point. Even calculate, you couldn't even calculate the area of your land without Euclidean geometry. And yet this Euclidean geography which has such down to earth value is based on something that is surreal that is something that is Supernatural. The definition of a mathematical point is something Supernatural, okay? And it even goes further than that because then it bleeds into physics, which is one of my specialties. And we use mathematical points all the time to describe an electron to describe a black of the singularity of a black hole to describe the beginning of the universe. So what is going on here? In other words, this Supernatural concept that we're being asked to take on faith because we can't even imagine it is the foundation of so much of our physics. And this is what I want the reader to contemplate that when we say physics is based on logic. Yeah, it's based on logic, but logic itself is based on these Supernatural axiomatic beliefs. That's ultimately what people need to understand. We only have a minute left. Have other people written about this in the past. I'm sure some have, but I can't really think of any offhand. Not that I know of, certainly not using what I just explained with axiomatic beliefs. I've never I've never read it anywhere else. This is just something that I learned along the way. And I wanted to try to explain it to people. And so I came up with this explanation, which I record in the book. But I'll tell you Eric, once you once you read the book, you will understand what I mean when I say faith is the foundation of the entire human experience and faith is the mightiest force in the universe. It's not metaphorical, it's not poetic. It is absolutely true, and in the book I explain it. So you're saying we have to read the book, aren't you? Yes, sir. And yours is in the mail. You're applying that we've got to read this book, maybe even purchase a copy. I don't like that. Sounds fishy to me. No, this is such great stuff. And this is really seminal foundational thinking that you're doing here because this is something that people just haven't gone in these directions. So it's wonderful Michael just so glad thank you. And we'll have you back. This is just too rich. We need to keep going. Thank you so much. Hey there folks. If you listen to this program, you know that I care about religious liberty and that I've been begging you to make a donation to the clients of any freedom. Why? I think they are as good as it gets. There are so many people being challenged in the area of religious liberty. They're fighting this battle for us. Let me be blunt. It's for us. Please go to the lines of any freedom. I've got a phone number if you prefer to call. You can always call, well, the website, of course, is metaxas talk dot com, but the number is 8 5 5 5 four 7 53 33 8 5 5 5 four 7 53 33 8 5 5 5 four 7 53 33.

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"gillan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:36 min | Last month

"gillan" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Angels it folks I'm talking to doctor Michael gillan. The new book is believing is seeing a physicist, that's Michael. Explains how science shattered his atheism and revealed the necessity of faith. Michael it's brave of you in many ways to be talking about faith and science the way you do because so many people in the world of science are either openly and illogically hostile to discussions of faith or they are like many people simply afraid to open their mouths. And so they stay quiet and they contribute to the problem by being quiet. So thank you for all the books you've written and for what you do and say, and thanks for the new book believing is seeing. You mentioned mathematics in the book. Obviously, math is not a science, but they bear on one another. What do you say about math in the book? Math is the queen of the sciences and it is widely perceived to be solidly founded on logic and has nothing whatsoever to do with faith. So if of all the sciences, physics, biology, astronomy, mathematics is generally perceived, and it's a misperception, but it's generally perceived as being 100% faith free. And in this chapter that I call having faith in mathematics, I explained that even mathematics and even logic is founded on

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Mathematics and Logic Are Founded on Faith

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:36 min | Last month

Mathematics and Logic Are Founded on Faith

"Angels it folks I'm talking to doctor Michael gillan. The new book is believing is seeing a physicist, that's Michael. Explains how science shattered his atheism and revealed the necessity of faith. Michael it's brave of you in many ways to be talking about faith and science the way you do because so many people in the world of science are either openly and illogically hostile to discussions of faith or they are like many people simply afraid to open their mouths. And so they stay quiet and they contribute to the problem by being quiet. So thank you for all the books you've written and for what you do and say, and thanks for the new book believing is seeing. You mentioned mathematics in the book. Obviously, math is not a science, but they bear on one another. What do you say about math in the book? Math is the queen of the sciences and it is widely perceived to be solidly founded on logic and has nothing whatsoever to do with faith. So if of all the sciences, physics, biology, astronomy, mathematics is generally perceived, and it's a misperception, but it's generally perceived as being 100% faith free. And in this chapter that I call having faith in mathematics, I explained that even mathematics and even logic is founded on

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Author Michael Guillen: We're Able to Perceive Things Not Visible to the Eye

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:51 min | Last month

Author Michael Guillen: We're Able to Perceive Things Not Visible to the Eye

"Folks I'm talking to Michael gillan, who's a scientist, who's written a book called believing is seeing a physicist explains how science shattered his atheism and revealed the necessity of faith. So you were just saying Michael gill really extraordinary experiment. They separate the connection between someone's left hemisphere and right hemisphere. And then they ask them, what do you see, cover up one eye? What do you see? Whatever. So the first time they cover up the right eye, and I'm sorry. The first time we cover up the left, which means you had it right. The first time they showed the picture of a frying pan to Joe, the split brain patient, they showed it to his right eye, which means that was being the image was being processed by the left hemisphere. And he had no problem identifying and naming it. He's a friend. Okay. Okay. Then sometime later, you know, they were jumping jumbling all these pictures. They showed that same frying pan image to his left eye, which means the image was being processed by the right hemisphere. And guess what? He said, well, I don't see anything. And the said, what do you mean? You don't see anything? No. And then they said, then they said to him, okay, close your eyes and draw the first thing that comes to your mind. So the guy closes his two eyes and draws, guess what? A frying pan. So what that indicates to us is that we're able to perceive things that are not visible. We're able to perceive things that are invisible to the eye. And that is where I start exploring the nature of faith because if you think about it, faith is all about seeing or perceiving truths that we can not see or prove in any or even imagine.

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'Believing Is Seeing' Author Michael Guillen on How Science Led Him to God

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:50 min | Last month

'Believing Is Seeing' Author Michael Guillen on How Science Led Him to God

"Science. It's nothing less than astonishing. When you realize that the idea, most of us have heard in our lifetimes that faith and science are at odds, is not even slightly true. It is in fact the opposite. It's hard for us to shift our paradigms. But we need to, as I said, I write about it a lot in my new book. But a friend Michael gillan, we've had him on before, has a new book out on the very same subject called believing is seeing. He's a real scientist. Michael gill and welcome. Hey, Eric, it's so good to see you again, my brother. Looking forward to our conversation. It's great. It's great to see you and to talk to you. I love talking about all this stuff, especially with somebody who knows about it the way you do. You really came to faith later in life. You had been hostile to faith. And now you're writing books, explaining to people that faith and science are friends and that this is a lie that they're at odds. In the book you talk about how the latest discoveries in neuroscience physics astronomy, mathematics. Point to faith in many ways. Talk about that because I mean, what do you mean when you say neuroscience? I'm not even sure, do I know what neuroscience is? Signs of the brain. Yeah, yeah. It's a study of the brain and, you know, I remember when I was at ABC News, I did a story on the Harvard brain bank, which is the largest repository of human brains. I think in the world, certainly in the nation. So I went there. It's Ian Massachusetts, not too far from Harvard. I was also teaching at Harvard at the time, so it was convenient for me. And I remember being able to hold, they allowed me to hold a human brain in my hands. And even to this day, Eric, it was just a really weird feeling to think, you know, this is the essence of what we call humanity, if you will. Never mind discussions about soul and the spirit. I mean, this is where our personalities. This is where we reside in this two, three pound brain. And the human brain is made up of two hemispheres, the right and the left. And a lot of studies have been done on that. And I talk in the book about I think it was in the 70s when scientists physicians started treating patients with epilepsy by severing the corpus callosum, which is the cable like it's a very thick cable of nerve fibers that connect the two hemispheres. And what they found was that when they, when they cut the two hemispheres, when they separated the two hemispheres like that, the epileptic seizures stopped. Not entirely but to a great degree. But there were some interesting side effects. And that's what I deal with in the book because ultimately I connect that research to my exploration of faith. It's a little bit complicated and we couldn't do it justice here, but I will say this much that when you when you look at these what we call split brain patients, these are patients whose hemispheres have been separated. They there's a lot of interesting side effects. For example, why quote one woman who goes grocery shopping, she's a split brain patient. And she finds that the two hands when she's reaching for groceries or putting groceries in the basket, they fight one another. And what I explain in the book is that what we've discovered from split brain patients is that our two hemispheres are basically at war with one

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"gillan" Discussed on Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX

Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX

03:14 min | Last month

"gillan" Discussed on Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX

"For the son of man came not to be served but to serve and to give his life a ransom for many mark chapter ten verse. Forty five Everybody i'm christopher and reagan gillan and this is off script todd kaffir every week. They can deeper dive. Sermon talked about the theology behind it and get a chance to discuss anything that ended up on the cutting room floor. Rain and i both preached this week. I was in the sanctuary doing traditional. She was in modern doing modern yup. The middle of our stewardship seats season stewardship servants series. This time on serving others although you snuck into the win in there now. The text a sneaky sneaky.

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"gillan" Discussed on Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX

Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX

04:30 min | 3 months ago

"gillan" Discussed on Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX

"The lord doubtless sarah's he had said and the lord did for sarah as he had promised genesis. Twenty one one Hey everybody. I'm chris and reagan gillan and this is off script podcast. Where every week. We take a deeper dive on sunday. Sermon talk about theology behind it and get a chance to discuss anything that ended up on the cutting room floor. I'm excited to get started. This is the first episode season. Two where i get interviewed. Reagan reagan priest yesterday very excited. I mean i'm nervous. I'm always nervous when you ask me questions so fun yesterday. I.

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"gillan" Discussed on Podcast – Women in Leadership

Podcast – Women in Leadership

08:17 min | 9 months ago

"gillan" Discussed on Podcast – Women in Leadership

"The Un foundation girl up. Is we creating in leadership program for girls that have just graduated from school And a was twenty twenty the worst time to graduate probably in twenty is the prospects for a down a third futures. So actually what we're saying is we've got we've got some of the most financially powerful organizations that do something together with l. membership and get behind these young women but to change that futures and. I think that you have to do it all because it isn't about wealth it's it's about it's about women will more broadly and feed vaults all much more holistic and one of the just ask you about was the whole digit. I mean the generation that are now are digital. natives they've grown up in the digital world so and we've seen with cova now we're not using pounds and euros in cash and coins who has coins even in their pockets anymore. So it's been that whole mental switch into the digital world which should be imperious easier for this next generation and we use our smartphones watches and revolut kind of cards and all that. So should we start thinking of money as digital i now and just embrace all that notional wealth. It's so complicated. 'cause i agree with you on a gain. It came up with my son when i was hoping to salvage amazing experts. And he said actually. It's made money even more removed for children and my son says it just wasn't mummy and we've actually gone back to okay. I'm handing out. She i have some fake money. 'cause i might. Ooh this is clean. Money's fine i get in. But because he's he can actually understand. Oh accumulating it by that method but when he looks at columbia. It's only twenty two pounds. Mummy not in an he has absolutely no concept. So we think we all moving. We are absolutely been it's accelerated about digital i and it has to be digital i but i think we've got to find otherwise then than to you know especially in children to understand value of money And i think on the other side. I think you will completely bri and this whole Digital consumer women more than men have said. I'm prepared to be engaged. Digitally i am too busy. I'm too stretched. I need my time. Come to me not let you to make me come to you. So i think that that has learnings for the financial services industry because they are not necessarily as a bombs in digital client engagement particularly where. It's always been one to one. So i think there is this real things that they need from an adaptation point to the is probably better for women if they don't have to go into those rooms that are named after man anyway and they have to your language. I suppose a lot of learning companies there and was it hard for you to get sponsors and founding supporters or are there more people willing to listen to the message of wealthy her. I think it was in the beginning. It was until we had that kind of tipping point of having more Once you have a few but won't see hit a five. We were launching. Then people start to say we need to be involved in this the during it. So that power we and together definitely helped being completely candid. It's been really hard in the current in the twenty nine. twenty twenty one haji for soul. We used to do a lot of bringing women together in groups even if they would the t. We've roundtables ten talking about things and we had to adapt to be digital fast. And how do we do a digital event. But how do we still bring women together. So i think that and some of our partners find is hard to hard at times. Make people back-off gender You all equality or doing things and i. i actually say to my partners on the industry. Now's the time to double down on whether that still philanthropic efforts whereabouts on gender or poor quality because in fact there is a danger if women in the uk one point five times when i lost their job or quit a job coated. Actually there is risk because they've been struggling. There is risk if we don't double down on the quality agenda or They'll be a loss of of women. Were the that's from. Leadership organizations went. That says she from entrepreneurship. People have also you know the whole landscape entrepreneurship. If we don't back china's let's face it. The hardest time in business for twenty years we will. We will dramatically change. So i say double down. Don't you die us. Covert tough times as an opportunity to back off. Now's the time we need to lean any even more and it's not easy. It's not easy but that being said they are still supporting us. And we're still in this wonderful journey. And we're having be coming and it's so important if wall and one of the things that we've said is let's broaden the network accusing the network and strengthen our ranks that way can meet mara. What are your top five pearls of wisdom for women in leadership in particularly around money. I think that one is probably Believe in yourself or not. It's just a general and it's very easy to say that but perpetually believe in yourself one of my pieces advice. I always give because we see it. Come out in tv presenters. We sit home out in big. Ceo's is this idea of this impostor syndrome. Or i don't quite believe in myself. And one thing i always say is prepared for that. So if you'll going into oscar pay increase also people who who you respect to tell you why you're good so when you say why you don't say i think you say well be blah blah said and bitter set and i believe it to my call I also think that hold your line is so important because we all negotiated at every era of our life. And i've seen it in practice. My team all do negotiation training with amazing women coleman code signs and actually she says what women do we negotiate against ourselves. So you go. i think i should. I should ask this. But how about i give them the lower number. How about sixty to seventy five a game. She says they automatically know. You'll accept sixty or that. The other side negotiate with you if you're selling a house so you'll pitching for business or going job increase so we think that that backing yourself and holding your line is is really really important. I think assad one relating to money is off any question. don't be no question is too silly. Most people don't know the also. I have sat with some of the most senior women in finance on men. Some of which have said. I don't know what that means. I leave all of that tonight. Advisor will my partner. I've sat in rooms with a bunch of preneurs who said i've twice woken up with several million my bank account from selling my business. I don't have a financial confidence issue. But when you drill down they say. Actually i don't want to like i don't know because i should know. I've been very commercially successful. But i don't know what we bomb. Who knows why we do. Invest in currencies So you know. No question is too silly and most people don't know and it's good to ask questions. I think that there is no. Don't be afraid to ask for help. because We're talking particularly whether it's about protection whether that's legal a going into a relationship or buying a house or marriage or war you'll end of life successor piney field family. This is a complex area on the people who do this every day with You know halt with experience with empathy and in fact getting their advice. What having a brief phone call. I just reach out to one of our partners. From mitch will be ninety zara. Kabbani and i was really struggling. A family lawyer knows where he's struggling With my son and my husband getting it right. And i just. It's our biggest oscar advice in her advice. Was you talked to. The school took school pasta packets and support. For new york's husbands negotiate this together and it was such a you know it wasn't about law. It you know it was about how to approach it in a balance way. She sat with loads of families. In this way. So.

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"gillan" Discussed on Podcast – Women in Leadership

Podcast – Women in Leadership

08:13 min | 9 months ago

"gillan" Discussed on Podcast – Women in Leadership

"The founder of wealthy hard. I say that right in the first place tomorrow. You're very welcome. By the way. I q and yes you did. Wealthy her at is kate so nice sound to it. It's just a a dear friend bill. O.'neil who i was in college with. He's worked in london and the high financial circles for for decades and he was telling me by two and the waves that wealthy was making. When i talked to christmas time he recommended. I get in touch with that. You have to have her on the program and he said you make reading. Making people in high finances stephanie. In london bus around the world sit up and listen about the power of women on their wealth their money in the world. But i will you tell us a little bit better. Why you setup wealthy her. I'm exactly what is wealthy. Her so wealthy her was setup Because a wonderful women woman from j. P. morgan narin sacco bag approached me and she said i have a dream. Do you think it's possible to create a network that sits across financial services organization And helps them to champion. Understand enable unequipped women. I'm an entrepreneur. And i said that sounds like a challenge to get them to work together With competitors to change things for women but i love a challenge and so we started this adventure in summer. Twenty eighteen in sorry twenty twenty-eight In a time that we seem to forgotten And we approach amazing women at the top so some some some of these mitee banking institutions Nancy curtain from close brothers. Chief investment officers on the few women lead investments We will so. Hsbc bought discriminate together and said could we do this and they said yes we can. I'm we envisage what we would do. We have we have simple mission to drive the economic advancement and the financial empowerment of women to do this together. Because if we do this collaboratively then we can achieve so much more because if one of us learns one of us moves the rest of us have to mate so an international women's day twenty nineteen we launched with a thirteen financial partners standing with us And since then we've grown those numbers and continue to to build on on the work of the network One of the things that you touched on a new intro which loves the women are monchy financial four stars in the women's well. Women's is being driven by careers leadership. Everything you talk about careers growth one in three businesses like me as is owned by women but women seven two percent. Women don't feel understood or Represented by the finance industry. So we thought that that was an opportunity there. There's a huge lack of of Understanding remember years ago. You just reminded me. I worked in advertising in one thousand nine hundred eighty two and there was a bank. It was a it was a financial organization and all their tv. Advertising was was a mutual society older. Tv advertising was in. The farming area was about man on tractors and men in cars. Men walk into the bank and then when they came to the advertising agency with these about who your customers are who's banking with you and they said well men have. You actually looked through your books. And when they did. They saw that. Most of the women are most people that were investing like going in and putting their wages in every month there was a huge number of women who had come from farming backgrounds like teachers and nurses. They had paid no attention. So is there a huge need for banks to actually look and pay attention to their You know who's actually banking with them. Where what are they doing with their money. Is there any analysis. I'm sure things have come a long way since the eighties but sometimes you wonder do. They pay attention to women. Absolutely figments of very very fat. Boy am i think an. It's startling because i always think of. I did a speech. The moment stock exchange and i said when i was born in nineteen seventy five. A woman was just out to have a bank account in her name. We have come a long long way. But i do think that that you know we've also said some about Client apartments you know every room and your client area is named by a man named after a great man. How do you think that feels. And some say hadn't even noticed that was the case And so i said immediately. It doesn't feel like you're talking to me and women women. We have worked hard for our rise in l. careers for on hard job to not be to knock felt like you get me on you understand me and i think that you are completely right. Howa comes from knowledge and data. And that's why we have researched so heavily to say you know. The bees are your customer requirements and we found analysis of avian spewed two and a half thousand men and women's soccer two and half thousand men and women in the uk China hong kong singapore and seventy percent were in men and women were in control of their own financial decisions. So women have that tournament paulo And in fact if they're not listen to I think that statistic that says the finance industry is missing out on seven hundred billion from not listening or getting women so so. That's why i went what we do and why we do it. But we do it because women make make crate choices. And we've seen that women think eighty nine percent women in our last piece of research said that they want to invest so in ways that sustainable and socially responsible so women are making the right choices so their involvement is good for themselves but broader societal impact. I believe that's really influencing financial markets as well you know where vessel going and you know. The un sustainability goals are not just nice to have anymore shing being built into business objectives and the huge part of that is being driven by women. And i'm really interested in the statistics are coming up with as well. What other sort of interesting things did you find your research. I mean lint to what you just said about the global goals One of the things that was you. Eighty nine percent of women want to invest as i said socially and environmentally responsible that was almost ten percent of men men were more on the environment whereas when the was saying actually social responsibilities really important to us so we want to engage with financial services brands or businesses. O'brien's is a hull that demonstrate positive impact on society supply chains female representation We also did a pace with nexgen. So millennials millennials the best educated. And everything that you know with your work with trinity the best educated of any generation And young malindi women particularly so they even were slightly. Higher may just tipped over ninety percent. In saying i will not do business or i will not engage with brands. That are not signed up to behave responsibly. With the future in mind and one of the things that we asked them in one to one interviews was why. And how do you know. And they talked about which i love which was they go and look what businesses signed up to what goals and then they offered to understand. It's you know you can't you say you're signed up to the. What are you actually doing. So then now. Let's give them away to actually say all businesses behaving in the way that we want a nine. I love that They also women across the board which i also think he's really important said in our such fifty seven percents said. I want less jogging. If i don't if over seventy percents i don't think you're talking to me. And then there is this jog. And then i don't understand feels like it's a club that i'm not in an it makes me feel even more removed from it so wanting to create environments where women can say. I don't understand that and in an environment where other people say meath. Do i have no idea. I remember once being in a group with run of how partners and their clients and this amazing similar enough at hand up and she said I have to be honest. I never an my relationship adviser why we do x. y. 'cause i don't wanna look stupid. I ring merry and everyone went. Who's mary and they said it's his assistant. And i wring and i say mary tell me what that means. Just because with mary i can always get anything. And she's a super smart lady. I'm gonna see mary on the front line. I don't want to see sorry. Just those inside his fascinating and sort of under.

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"gillan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"gillan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"As you can get in for a Morsel number two. He said. The number six fine years when it Mike Gillan joins me, Coach. Congratulations on the win. Thank Bob We don't make anything with easy win, right? Well, why should you no more? You know what? They're good. They're real. They're good. You're good. This is a This is a kind of ball game. You like to play and you know, you kind of figure it's going to be a one possession ballgame. Well, really, You know, I got so much respect for their program there change that state finals followed years and they're well coached that they do things right. So to get a win against a program like that, really, really good for us. You know, we gave him too long kickoff returns and interception for a touchdown. And we've got like we had a butt away, and it just kept coming back at us. Runningback. Reckon Green had 140 yards 22 carries great job. I am my quarterback do for about 150, so we really balanced I made some big plays through the air, and then we've got a couple first downs. To put the game away late, which which was good, So it was it was. It was a tough ballgame, but my coaching staff did a great job. You know, one of the keys in his game was getting out in front. Were you able to get up early and or stay head, so to speak? It's an important way to play in a game like this. Yeah, We went right down the field and scored. We were up to touch down most of the way, but it would just come back and make plain right. It's always like a six or an eight point game. We never could really relax. So credit goes to him for that. But Goodwin for our program. We got amounts back and playing really improved Martinsville team next week. Well, they're playing well, obviously, Obviously, you guys know about one another. Sometimes That's good. Sometimes it's not. But I mean, the way you're playing, Mike, you got to be thrilled of what this group has accomplished to this point. You know, there's been so much adversity for everybody right? I would situation for kids endure that and survive. It's been awesome. Luckily, we work in a school that Really helps us out with that. So you can look forward to it, You know, moving forward way left to go so hopefully we'll be ready to go 100% healthy, Bob, you know this year? Yeah, this time of year. That's a big key, so we're 100% healthy and that's going to be that good. More sales number two and four. A. They beat number six E central tonight 36 28 taking on Martin's over the sectional 23 championship next Friday. Mike Gillan. Always great to talk to you, Mike. Be careful. You see? Congratulations. Take care. Alright, Bob, you thank you. Keep names joins me from West Washington West Washington number five in single way tonight they continue their winning ways. They shut out to come see 45 nothing. Keith Nance with me, Coach. Congratulations on the win tonight. Thanks, Coach. The wind was great, but more importantly, it was a special night We had the Indiana donors network down for the game. And we celebrated the decision of our former coach coach Phil about when to be an organ donor and the impact that he had a lasting impact that he had through that choice. As you're aware, Indiana Donor network is sponsor of my show. And could not be more proud of being a part of this and doing what we do. And you know, Keith with what you're doing with, and it was fun for them to be there, and we need to make sure people are aware. Of the mission that they're on and always keep Coach bows man and his family and all of those kids in our thoughts because it's an important thing. Now, tell me, I mean your kids. They're just playing this one of those great nights where offense defense. Everything you did was wonderful. Yeah, The team played exceptionally well, You know the county. They're kind of banged up and they had some kids out, Unfortunately for them, but to their credit, they came out and played the football game, so they've gotta be proud of themselves for that. Hold involvement. High dentist did his usual thing You know, he threw for a couple of touchdowns were in for a couple more. Parker Green senior receiver had a lot on D B had a great game had a pick. Had a touchdown receiving and overall, you know, there was a great team win. Our young guys came in the second half. They preserved the shutout for us. That's important. So you shot after those young guys get in there and blind around. Getting it done. Well, Finances the football coach at West Washington tonight. They shut out to come see 45. Nothing they'll take on Perry Central next week for the sectional, 48 shaving ship. Thank you so much for the call means an awful lot my best to everyone in the West Washington community and thank you again. Congratulations to you and your kids. Thanks. Coach. Also liketo congratulate our county rivals say online, the coach Thompson. You know, coach batsman alumni there and he made a coach Thompson. So you know they're playing in a sexual chairmanship themselves next week, and then he would be super proud of.

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"gillan" Discussed on Dancing with Bipolar

Dancing with Bipolar

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"gillan" Discussed on Dancing with Bipolar

"So I mean I don't know if that's some simple hacks or some of the simple skills that you would teach but I mean to me that was just like who can't make your bed in the morning when they get up and start their day like our peace with with some people they they really do need. What's the simplest win? I can have right now and and that's the type of mentality whether that make your bed. Make your breakfast You know by somebody lunch. What are the things that you can do to to feel positive emotion so that you can have a positive outlook you know because you're right if you make your bed? What do you have something regardless of how your day went? You always come home and you see that I did that. I am really big on on empowerment empowerment and accountability so similar to the idea of a small win meeting with with make your bed is one of the number one things that I teach in. It's the simplest Gillan. Here's my promise that you're gonNA walk away with one. Thing came immediately is is the idea of gratitude because gratitude is the idea of being thankful for what you house where what you experience the people around you. So if you're if you're listening this is what. I'm GONNA do some time either tonight or first thing in the morning I want you to reflect on the past twenty four hours and find three things that you're thankful for three three good things and then I want you to ask yourself A couple series of questions to reflect on it. Because it's one thing to think about your being grateful for something that's another to sit and reflect on that good thing. I want you to ask yourself why it happened. What it means to you. What did you or others do to contribute to it? And how can you encourage more in in the next twenty four hours? And what that does is at first. You start reflecting on your on your days if you do this enough every single day you start reflecting on your days and you start thinking of good things but what you're doing is you're training your brain to look for the good thing so by the end of let's say thirty day challenge by the end of that thirty days. You're no longer than have to reflect because you're going to be going throughout your day finding and observing the good things as they happen and you're going to naturally ask yourself those questions. What does this mean to me and how to die contributor? What does it mean to me? So you're going to train your brain you're gonNA train the the the neural pathways in your your brain so that you are going to no longer look for the negative. You're in researching the positive and and it changes. Your mentality increases your mood. Improves your sleep. And your overall health your relationships because you know people just people like optimistic people in. I like to clarify at this point. I'M NOT TALKING ABOUT. Put your head in the sand and just look at the good things that ignore the bad things. I've talked about realistic optimism. Because you still have to be responsible for the negative to cheat Aware of the nigger negative things especially when it comes to danger but what we're talking about is change your perspective so your more optimistic than you appreciate and you become much more thankful for the good things that happen in your life. I I agree with you. I mean you're talking about neuropathy right now. Basically which again for the listeners. The ability of the brain of former reorganize the Nafta connections especially respond to learning or variances or following an injury which could be a brain injury or any form of an injury So my question is think seeing.

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"gillan" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"gillan" Discussed on WTOP

"Wild starring Karen Gillan and Harrison Ford it's about a sled dog struggling for survival in the wild the Yukon as a dangerous place you never know what's coming I came up here because one of the around book in total this what he says he was looking forward to this one but he says it has these one big flaw there's a lot to enjoy here now this is the classic Jack London story but some of the sea at the ages of and send it away to make it more approachable more easily digested by younger viewers and that's a good thing I think they'll really appreciate this story the real big hick up here is that the dog in question is name is Bach is a computer generated dog they did not use a real dog in this movie and it is very distracting from the beginning into the mail at the very end now the movie itself sweep you up at times in the you can kind of push it aside but it's never too far out of mind that it's not a real dog you're looking at now I know the dog sort of helps out with the you know when the dogs in dangerous situations is better now the CG I dog but I think that they used a real dog with maybe some CD I start work it would be much better but to me the best part of the call the while this Harrison Ford he plays a character keeps bumping into Buck the dog and they eventually team up and go on these grand adventures Ford is terrific you're not this is a family friendly movie he could've phone did any kind of maybe just not used all his star power nope he is dialed in here is an excellent performance any really holds things together so not a great film certainly fine for the family but boy without Harrison Ford I don't know what kind of movie the survey if you'd like to stay home instead on video there's something called standing up falling down with Billy crystal yeah boy we don't see a lot of Billy crystal on the big screen these days he just gonna dialing things back you know it's he's not is I guess is popular is the ones were but he still a legend he's great in this movie it's kind of a supporting role in a sense but he just overwhelms the movie it's about a young man he's in his thirties he's a comedian and just the career is not clicking he feels lost he goes back home in any kinda has is weird meeting with the dermatologist play by crystal and they strike up an unlikely friendship now those scenes together the actors Ben Schwartz with crystal are excellent I love them I love their connection I want to see them in a road movie at some point down the road but this one there's a lot of cliches to push past including the guy who's lost in his mid thirties he's trying to go back home we can't connect with his father his comedy only gets better when it gets more personal with the material but there's always Billy crystal to kind of raise things up it's a wonderful turn and it's also a very vanity free performance you're not seeing the young vital Billy crystal he's older and he's accepting that but it really works in this film so not a great movie but it's a lovely crystal in unison.

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2 More Bodies Found At Tijuana Home Where Garden Grove Couple Buried

Red Eye Radio

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

2 More Bodies Found At Tijuana Home Where Garden Grove Couple Buried

"Florence county couple found dead in Tijuana I'm city perky that's one of the stories we're following on AM seven sixty the son in law of a missing garden Grove couple is behind bars after the bodies were found buried beneath a dirt floor in a Tijuana home according to the union Tribune two more bodies were also found buried seventy year old his whose Ruben Gomez Gillan and his wife sixty five year old Maria to race like a lan went missing earlier this month authorities believe robbery may have been the motive for the

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The Astrology of Halloween 2019

Bridging Realities: An Accessible Astrology Podcast

09:44 min | 2 years ago

The Astrology of Halloween 2019

"A little one. I'm going to have one coming out right after this with a lot more information in coming up here are macrame this just before Halloween but the incredible is an Scorpio and just wanted knowledge how amazing this is above that will give us this incredible opportunity to like seriously do Halloween right now if you're listening to this later let's just bring it in for for those and we are officially moving into the winter and we are celebrating death and transformation big deep into your attachment style to see what is the stuff happening lean this season is the opportunity to absolutely experienced this clean let's see your shadow side led see that come out into the light ecology and so important to how we attach and so important to how we experience life Scorpio to light that energy up but Athena she comes into the ancient wisdom the ancient tuition that lives inside of us sure has a shadow and alight side right you can see both sides right so where does your blood come wrapped into it have you read the methology of your ancestors console timidly a reflection of mythology write there's thing that asks you to tap into from et even worse it can start to build like a monster and take over right without the shame and guilt that is Halloween retrograde in Scorpio I'll be damned and it's interesting because I think of Athena as the feminine Sir Jupiter Mercury is the Messenger God for all and he wants to into transition into Haiti's land right Mercury Gillan idea of being the messenger of people get to know other people shadow to to to see with no space. That's also fantastic right you can you can do that. Great that is the beauty of Halloween and both messengers are really and last but certainly not leases are beautiful friend Venus the goddess and that is the homework that I laid out for October was to really get familiar infancy that created our attachment style I mean the the the information garwe out of that good narrow therapies and amd -tations that can go into the deep deep deep brainwave state to shift we can actually experience more authentic love right more honest brace with the Gods and Goddesses have bestowed upon us one another in the space of transformation in the space ancestoral knowing that ancestral wisdom and what better place to do that then on Halloween so this is a quick happy Halloween episode just a very thet more than anything plane with the shadow I really two thousand and nineteen in charge

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"gillan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"gillan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Ears hearing loss you may be entitled to financial compensation contact Thomas J. Henry for a free and confidential consultation downtown to fifty as a key word military that's come to fifty keyword military call Thomas J. Henry now and get the money you deserve printable office in San Antonio Texas you have the option to receive a one time on a dime text message from the station radio WFLA welcome back to coast to coast AM I'm yours too mature standing in on this Sunday being heading in to a Monday here in a twenty short minutes our guest tonight is Billy Carson number taking your phone calls Billy I'm gonna go to a first time caller you're ready yeah I'm ready let's go to Gillan in Massachusetts way out east Europe next on coast welcome I went out for thank all those who want it but Mr because when we talk about electromagnetic well guns on the prospect of propulsion into space whether it's a project but lie there whatever and I'll take that off line yeah thank you so much a you know I that that is been looked into a lot over over the years Billy but I I can't see it possible if you're shooting a human right if you're shooting something else in this space right where the rail gun that's one thing but I don't think you would have like you know humans on board could you that's a good question I mean our efforts got if they have a gravity bubble around them anti grabby bubble then they won't feel the G. forces of marks it out there for a little a little risky you know how do you how do you doc with the with the space station or wherever it's going to be linked to all that you would be you know completely new technology from the ground.

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Brad Burkhart, Boris Johnson And Britain discussed on Armstrong and Getty

Armstrong and Getty

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Brad Burkhart, Boris Johnson And Britain discussed on Armstrong and Getty

"Good morning I'm Brad Burkhart brags it hand hardliner Boris Johnson has won the race to lead Britain's governing Conservative Party and will become the country's next prime minister correspondent Steve Kassebaum reports Johnson will be installed as prime minister in a formal handover from Theresa may tomorrow conservative member of parliament Cheryl Gillan made the announcement by giving notice the bar is Johnson is elected as the leader of the prime minister thank the outgoing PM Theresa may for her service we are once again going to believe in ourselves and what we can achieve like from slumbering giant we're going to rise and paying off the guy ropes though so he vowed to follow through on the campaign promise I say to all the doctors do we are in a jar is the country we're gonna get breaks it down and Boris Johnson said they will defeat liberal leader Jeremy Corbyn I'm Steve

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"gillan" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

09:21 min | 2 years ago

"gillan" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"You know we're talking about great alternatives and liberty friendly businesses and if you've got <hes> if you are an individual who rejects the initiation of force and you agree to abide by the ethics of the Nonaggression Principal Gillan over to liberty dot menu or you can list the thing that you do. Maybe you've got an alternative currency. You want to promote. Maybe you've got a business that you're running. Maybe you've got digital content that you're the creator of you want. Other Liberty Minded folks to know about on at this is the key liberty business directory and it's free to use so there's no reason not to unless of course you don't want people to know that you care about freedom. <hes> go to liberty dot menu and list yourself there. You can use code F. T. L. to get a special freetalklive listener listener badge for your profile and there.

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Footage of Trump and Epstein partying with women in 1992 emerges

MSNBC Morning Joe

03:45 min | 2 years ago

Footage of Trump and Epstein partying with women in 1992 emerges

"Jeffrey Epstein is due back in a New York court later today where he is expected to learn from a federal judge whether or not he will be granted bail as as he awaits trial on new sex crimes charges involving children underage girls and we have an update now on the footage found by our morning joe producers from back in Nineteen ninety-two that shows trump watching and commenting on women with Epstein who is now a sex offender and accused sex trafficker at trump's mar a lago estate. This is when it was private. It was not a club yet open to others according into the New York Times that party took place the same year trump hosted an off camera affair with abstain at mar-a-lago during which they were the only male guests and they had more than two dozen what they're called calendar wonder girls flown in to provide them with entertain just the only chest and Donald Trump wait hold on twenty eight young women you mean just because they're donald trump in upstate and a lot of others you saying yeah in that event. They flew in twenty-eight quote. Yes girls are you saying it was the only people at mar-a-lago were already and trump were Epstein Donald in that video that we unearthed you see Epstein another Letterman Donald Trump leering at women's sort of salivating and looking at them as they're dancing and making some sort of comments that 'cause Epstein to double over in laughter this <hes> sex offender who is accused of sex trafficking but in the background you see Gillan Maxwell. I'm not sure if I have her name right but she is a British socialite who is accused of being epsteins recruiter of underage girls whose film <hes> who who brought them in recruited them and gave them money on. She's there in the background at there. She is what the white shirt show dancing now. What is he saying helps because I understand when Donald Trump said and shows that he that he loved? What did you say Jeffrey? Epstein Epstein was a great guy and he really loved women just like Donald. He loved women almost as much as donald did but then he'd look really young women I now we. I guess we understand look at these looking at women. Women get over themselves so president trump told reporters in the Oval Office last night last week that he had a falling out and was not a fan of Jeffrey Epstein. I guess this is when he was a fan. While the nature trump trump's falling out with Epstein remains unclear the Times reports the Times reports trump told associates that he banned at stained from mar-a-lago after a worker at Trump's club <hes> was recruited to be a masseuse for Epstein while others close to add teen Klay Business Transaction related to a Florida property ended their relationship in two thousand sixteen. The paper says then candidate trumps allies worked to minimize his association with Epstein while noting that former President Bill Clinton had also been friends with the wealthy financier it also reports that during a deposition in twenty ten lawsuit accusing him of set a traffic in children for sex at St in declined to answer whether he and trump tom had ever socialized in the presence of underage girl John Heilemann. We're getting this morning from Vanity Fair that they're about to be two thousand documents that are going to be releasing obscene case which will likely likely reveal the associations between Epstein a number of

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"gillan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"gillan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Way down south. Dixon. Stalls. The tree. Some of them some laughing at me. What he's saying? Done. With him. Would be. Gun. Hama? China. Cookie. Show. Yeah. Man. Scrape scrape the for off and stick a persimmon his mouth and bacon. Like a ham Gillan Berg than Bob in Hyde daily.

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Explainer 162: Why does Russia want a sovereign internet?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

03:22 min | 2 years ago

Explainer 162: Why does Russia want a sovereign internet?

"Itself. Rushes segment of it brunette was once virtually free of regulation for long long time from its bath in the mid nineteen ninety s to the of this decade ruined was a place of permission, Tony and almost unlimited possibilities. But since the start of ladder Putin's that Thomas president in twenty twelve it has come under increasing pressure. Posting reposting and slightly seditious information canal land you into big trouble. And indeed in jail. It's also prohibited to disrespect the forties or disseminate fake news. Just this week. For instance, an internet user in central Russia was taken to court for calling President Putin and unbelievable quit. And that's not to mention the government's continuous efforts to shut down the encrypted messaging service telegram, or it systems that also show at work should keep that data inside Russia or its ever-growing blacklist of banned websites. Clearly, the Russian authorities are not super happy with internet. Well, then they thought let's isolate roulette from the rest of the world or for the sake of cybersecurity. Of course, you think that's restrictive listen to this. That's Russian lawmaker Gillan Zilina defending the government's clampdown on the internet. What our rights they are lack of freedom. The more rights you have the less free. You are. She's also said of a recent move to introduce yoga classes, imprisons that yoga makes you gaze Reten. The so called digital sovereign to Bill has now passed through both chambers of the Russian parliament's. Ginny printing, it gives the government the power to manage all network connections inside the country and to stop it internet traffic from being routed through foreign service. But only event of an external threat that is if another country decides to disconnect Russia from the global web. This is one of the bill's authors Andre. Be digital the Khazal to. Moore's Mr. shitting, we have proven beyond all doubt that Russia can indeed plugs from the internet, and I mean by the United States, particularly. She's but even Hignett's putting his idea into practice would be quite challenge, given Russia's coun- technological and economic capabilities. In fact, most telecoms experts say that's just not possible. Also question marks over the project's costs over really have now a rough estimates, and they are really. One thing is clear though, Russia will stop it nothing to protect its borders physical virtue, and if that means restricting its people's freedoms. Oh, well, this isn't the first time, and it won't be the last for Monaco AmEx. According.

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"gillan" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:43 min | 3 years ago

"gillan" Discussed on 600 WREC

"This is John the Gillan back in for my good, buddy. Sean Hannity on the Sean Hannity radio show and real quick. I only a few minutes here. I wanna talk abroad in a good buddy of mine. Gary talent tally John allergen talent. He's retired. Lieutenant from New Jersey, New Jersey state police, and he asked me spoke as you can see the video of me speaking on Facebook. Where I spoke to the troopers bridge foundation. And what an amazing group this was. And so I wanted to bring Gary on. So you could talk about it real quick and tell you guys how you can give to this incredible foundation because it really represents New York, New jersey and Pennsylvania state troopers based in really cops all all all over the place. But go ahead. How did it start up -solutely back in nineteen ninety seven when we lost trooper Scott Gonzales from New Jersey state police in a tragic shootout, my brother is a Pennsylvania trooper Blair television, ended up contacting me, and we ended up meeting at the Delaware water gap bridge on eighty between Pennsylvania and New Jersey to initiate putting together some funds for Scott's widow Maureen and from that point forward to dinner took off between New Jersey and Pennsylvania state police in New York state police ended up getting involved and what we did from that point moving forward. We choose death in a line of duty injury in the line of duty sickness in the line of duty. We choose families from New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York state police, right? And at this stage of the game. We've we've supported over one hundred families in all three states and given out over five hundred thousand dollars over the past twenty two years, how do people donate to this or get involved with this right now when you have this dinner, it's pretty much troopers. People can be involved in this absolutely people can get involved in it by going to the troopers bridge dinner foundation. We have a Facebook page they'll be able to contact us through that point. And then we can give them the information on her five. Oh, one C three and how they can make donations and how they can attended inner also. Yeah, we take on sponsorships. So this year alone. How many troopers have we lost in this area? This year alone. We we honored five troopers that we lost one. We we lost four in the line of duty loss of life. And one was was a return recipient was injury in the line of duty, which was Alex Douglass from Pennsylvania state police who eventually due to his injuries had his leg amputated, and we brought him back as a recipient Greg guy one nine eleven loss. The other three two of them were motor vehicle accidents. And one was a domestic shootout. Then we lost between New York and New Jersey, right? I don't think people realize, you know, we only got about a minute here. People don't realize we send our troops off to deploy in foreign nations. But law enforcement hearing, especially troopers are under a tremendous threat all the time, especially troopers because they work alone. Most. Yeah. Most of the time when we go out in the evenings. We will ride double at times. But during the day in the afternoon tours were running single. Yeah. Let me ask you this real quick, just yes. Or no answer has politics made the job of being a cop more dangerous. It. I I would say yes, it has made it a bit more dangerous than a point where people are skeptical and untrusting. So it's it's hard to give us we we've had to gain the ability to get the public's trust back again. Because there is a skepticism when dealing with so we're we're now working back up the mountain to trust. That's very well said. I could probably talk for an hour on that myself. But listen tell everybody again, how they find and and donate to this this organization credible organization. They they can reach out to us. We like I said we have a Facebook page, which is is the troopers bridge foundation that they can reach out to and possibly maybe what we can do is put a link toward you John sheriff if you would be happy with that. And they can contact us through you. Also, I'll put it on my Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. I don't really know what Instagram's all about still, but I'm trying to figure it out. And then you guys go, and you give to them hundred percent of the funds that we raise go to recipients each year through the criteria. That's how we we all shoes them, obviously, nobody funds go to the troopers bridge foundation. And I'll put that information on my website. We'll be right back. All right. So I've been telling you about my pillow. It helps me fall asleep faster and stay asleep longer. Well, my friends at my pillow have done it again with their mattress topper..

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"gillan" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

The Virtual Couch

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"gillan" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

"I think it's it's finding. Is finding women's finding what is working for them. Okay. Okay. So a lot of women come into fitness industry with a deal that the fitness shoe puts out, you know, and that is these perfect six pack Avs of this. Perfect booty and counting tracking and MAC rose and diets and quick fixes and all of this in. So they overwhelmed with this. And they overwhelmed thinking that they have to do it all perfectly, and that they have to follow this this one particular program, you if I can just tell women when there's no one particular program that is going to work for you let you cannot fi. Even I'm going to sell you over. I'm not going to tell you about program is I want to say that it's gonna change your life because I feel like I feel strongly that I have things in there that are going to change your life. But it's not gonna do anything unless you you do something about it. And so these programs that offer these quick fixes, or, you know, all of these things that women fall into this trap thinking if I just do this that it's going to change me will unless you put in the work in less. You do everything that you are required to do. It will not change you. And you're not gonna sustain it. Okay. Let's you're happy to me. And that's a huge Suman women. I can't tell you how many to have lost weight but gained it back. And the big thing is that it's that mentality of the all or nothing elimination. You know, the elimination in telling labeling things is good and bad. So you take all the Pap, and you only do the. Good. But you were the only one that is telling yourself that those are good bath. And so when you start saying, okay, I'm taking away all this bad. And then life happens in you put that backpack in than that Gillan shape. Okay. That's what I love so excited because I feel like in incomes therapy piece to that of then the way the brain works is it's hard work, baby better or exercise thing. So you bring wants to do what is easy. So they can then fuse to the see that didn't work or can't maintain this or they can buy into that story than it doesn't have to give back on try again. Okay. Well, I'm like the big thing is women. Don't want to say women. I think just people in general they tend to feel like they're just going to give up because it didn't work like, yes. Instead of saying what what didn't work. They just want to say didn't work move on. I'm going to stop. I can't do this. This is not for me. I'm never going to be able to lose weight. I'm just so they just go through this negative negative negative because they never in the first place. Understood why they wanted. Okay. And that's huge for me. So I've talked about a negative in a positive motivation cycle. And I talk about the negative and you start off with that thought of myself right now. I'm so fat. I don't like it. I just I have all of this. You know? And maybe they're not maybe they're just they are a perfect size, and they don't have. But it's this body smart. Yeah. That they see. So they have these negative thoughts of you know, all of the and so instead of. They use that as motivation. Okay. Even fix that. I'm gonna fix that. And they calories they do quick fix. They try and do all these things they do the elimination. They legal things good bat. And so then they do all that..

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"gillan" Discussed on Mentally Ch(ill)

Mentally Ch(ill)

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"gillan" Discussed on Mentally Ch(ill)

"Hey, we're looking for speaker anywhere in anywhere. I've spoken gyms coliseums you name it restaurants bars. I'll do it as long as we talk about. You know, spreading a good message of hope looking at the warning signs and ridiculous. A real good swipe at the stigma associated with mental illness goes there should be. No, stick Nuttal. And MRs what you're doing fulltime old time all the time anywhere and everywhere, though, amazing. Will you call yourself an old far a couple times on the show in? So since your self deprecating yourself, but a jump on you at the old fart thing. I know you're. Old fart because I don't know if you know this, and I don't know if your sons of told you this, but you have your read receipts on on your iphone, and that's like a sign of an old person. Did you know the your read receipts? Did that is a class? Yeah. Not off. I well, it's Doral whenever I see someone with the read receipts on I'm like, Aw, that's so cute. And then I don't really want to say anything in case like your sons enjoy knowing when you've read their message, and I wouldn't want them to lose that access and have you shut it off. But my dad just got an iphone and not that you're nearly my dad's age whatsoever. But he just got an iphone, and I was like should I leave his read receipts on today? Not I went through the debate. I turned him off for his sake for his dignity, but but anyway, yet turn to read receipts off and you'll be twenty or younger. For the off. I knew how to do it. But. Awesome. Well, thank you so much and stay in touch. And I'm so honored to have you as the last guest for the mentally chill podcast amounted to be on this Christian. And appreciate all the work. You're doing keep it up. I well and for everyone else listening. Remember, stay safe enough to listen, but not too sad. Bike..

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"gillan" Discussed on Mentally Ch(ill)

Mentally Ch(ill)

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"gillan" Discussed on Mentally Ch(ill)

"And compare and contrast who is sadder. So for this week's who sadder we are comparing YouTube commenters or yelp commenters who sadder between the two ago with the YouTube commenters goes at least a yelp, folks. Maybe better the restaurant or they've they've been there done something that the got out of there. The got other house report. Minted visited the site. But the YouTube just doing I'm so mad at you. That was gonna be my debate. That was gonna be my side damn. All right. I was gonna say at least yelp climate leave the house. That's perfect. We agree. Yeah. I I know, but I'd like to have more fun agree. All say real quick, the yelp commenters the thing about them as I think, they're more petty, then YouTube commenters, so I think you to commenters or sadder, but yelp commenters are petty or agree with you there. They do they they'll pick it apart a little thing like the parsley was on the left side. So the right side. Yeah. The liberal electoral little, thanks the guy who takes away a dollar from a waitress tip every time, she doesn't, you know, look at him the right way. But then YouTube commenters, it's just like I long time ago wanted to shoot a sketch of YouTube comments, but in real life in a like, a funny funny way in the next day. I saw someone kind of did the same thing. But they didn't like a sad way. But like imagine just going up to some like a door -able girl singing with a tar and just being like, your ugly and then walking away, you know, it's so pathetic do away with all this stuff if the internet required. A real picture of you, your real name and your cell phone number. And then you're allowed to comment and some river at the window more this entity one hundred percent, whatever. Anyway, while thank you so much for doing this and for speaking, so candidly, and honestly about something so traumatic and troubling that you've turned into something very positive and tell people how they can find out more about you. Sure. Shorts real simple. My name is Dennis Gillan. And that's the name of my website. Dennis Gillan dot com. Among the book face as well. Instagram one else. My Twitter, my kids, tell me, I'm too old to do Snapchat. So I'm not there. So between those three I think the websites got some cool stuff. It's got a personal safety plan. You can download in the top ten warning signs. And I'd love to come speak wherever you are. So fine me go my websites..

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"gillan" Discussed on Mentally Ch(ill)

Mentally Ch(ill)

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"gillan" Discussed on Mentally Ch(ill)

"Answer your taxed, so that's really cool. Yeah. That's awesome. I love that. While this has been very informative. You are such an amazing soul. Like, you're just like a I can tell great person and not just because you've been so patient with doing this. But because of any other reasons, and before we wrap up the show, we're gonna do some segments and the first one we're going to do is get so film ya, but I'm going to replace film Lia with the word book ESO schizo book. Lia misfits manifesto by Lydia, yucca. Veg it's such a good honest book about being a misfit. But it's like she calls it a love story, four misfits. So she's telling you why it's okay to be a misfit and how to use it to your advantage in. Why we make the world such a great place. And if we all fit in how boring the world would be and so if anyone feels like a misfit, and I mean, I'm not super far into the book. But so far, I'm really enjoying it. And that's called the misfits manifesto island. Misfit toys for. Rudolf every everybody should watch. I know I can't I really machined of myself because I'm a big Christmas nerd, I love Christmas movies, but Rudolph the red nosed reindeer? I had just have not seen since. I was probably twelve. So I'm I'm disappointed, but anyway, okay, next segment cooking with Carney. And this is where I talk about something pathetic that I've eaten when I'm really down in the dumps. And I told you it was Cheetos with red pepper HAMAs. Have you have you tried it yet? I remember when we talked you said it actually did sound kind of good. I really good. I have not where this is terrible. I have not been food shopping. You know, I got nothing. I've eaten out tear. The holidays came. I started going out and eating right? My son Kim in the fridge. It's horrible. Oh, yeah. That's bad. But you it's good. You don't have Cheetos in your house. That's a good thing. So so don't don't buy the cheetah's, but do get home because obviously HAMAs good for you. I know you mentioned recently about like not eating sugar. So I have a feeling you won't do the cheetah's with with HAMAs. But it's it's quite delicious, surprisingly, but the problem is with the Cheetos is that you have that film on your fingers. And so there's no hiding what you've been doing. It's not like it looks like a carrot from faraway. But then you see your fingers close up in. It's all orange all over your fingers. And so it's clearly you've been eating Cheetos not carrots with HAMAs. So it's slightly garrisoning. Actually, really good. I I am going to do that. What is your go-to kind of gluttonous food or gross food or delicious gross food those for this? This is maybe an all I have. Crock pot and a meta what I throw in the crock pot as long as I have a jar of salsa. It goes in there with it. No matter what it is enter the sauce and let it go. And whenever it has awesome. The salsa mix. So simple. So true. Just dump it in even but salsa nerds go. Don't have a crock pot. I'm such a crock pot tight because I'm so lazy that I you know, that is calling my name crock pot would be my crackpot, essentially. The crock pot is like awesome for me. I've ADD and forget athlete. Get that. I put it on go out and work. Come back. It's like Christmas. I have dinner tonight. Yeah. Just Cars. cars did that. Yeah. I felt like from some kind of meat with salsa is in the crock pot. That's that's what I'm gonna do. Okay. And so the last segment is one that Stevie Anaya done from the beginning. And I want to end this show because technically this is the last mentally ill podcast. There will be more podcast coming with under a different name. But I want to end it with a segment that Stevie, and I would always do which is called who's sadder and you're going to help me debate..

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4 white supremacists arrested in violent Charlottesville rally

Kate Dalley

00:30 sec | 3 years ago

4 white supremacists arrested in violent Charlottesville rally

"For alleged members of a militant white supremacist group have been charged in connection with last year's deadly rally in Charlottesville, Virginia correspondent large Garrett. Whole Evan white Benjamin Drake daily, Michael Paul missoula's and Thomas Walter Gillan, and according to the federal complaint unsealed there in the western district of Virginia. These individuals were among the most violent individuals there at the protest in Charlottesville, and they were seen on video punching. Kicking head

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