17 Burst results for "Hagy"

"hagy" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

02:23 min | 4 months ago

"hagy" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"The amount of people in the business who still react to things like Brandon Hagel I've never heard of him. Two firsts? I know. Right? No, but the Barkley goodrow thing. Yeah. People were furious when it happened. Well, in our trade line preview, we had hey, we'll go into the lightning for that exact reason. It's like they can have two years of this guy at whatever is at AB is. They'll pay 21st for that. Yeah. Like you can't measure the value for that because they don't have to move plaid or chlorine or whatever at the time. Totally. To bring him in and actually. I mean, he had no finishing luck in the playoffs, but I thought he played really well. Yeah. Excellent player. Okay, so that makes against Toronto aside. That could have been a big deal. Okay, we think about the business stuff, right? I'm trying to go through my notes, drive. There's just so much to wrap your head around. I love this trade so much because there's so many moving parts. Well, so the player empowerment side can't be ignored, right? The chuck paradigm, I think, is the biggest, what has a long, I think the two things that are going to have long tails here is increasingly we live in a world where wingers are seen as inefficient bets. And even the best ones in the league, like max patchett is a point per game guy. Jonathan Hubert was third in the NHL in scoring. And his inclusion, I didn't even factor him in, you know, I had them trading Carter for hagy because I couldn't even fathom that Hubert O would be a piece of actually probably lower value from a panther's perspective than Carter vergy, like that didn't even occur to me. But if you are toward the end of your deal, even if you're 27 and have four years of term at a 5.4 number and scored 60 points, scoring wingers are increasingly seen as inefficient bets and that has huge implications for the trade values of players that you and I think are great. Well, that's also why Nino nita writer went for what he did. Because how many wingers got paid four to 5 million AAVs this summer? Nino, you can probably kind of on one hand. Yeah, I don't even think we could. Yeah. Nino, Mikhail. Yeah. Everyone's going either super cheap or their studs and you're paying them 8 million. Can you imagine having signed a big money middle 6 winger?

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"hagy" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist

The Scathing Atheist

05:15 min | 10 months ago

"hagy" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist

"Given the promo code, really? Manscape. When the fear is gone, there will be nothing. Only I will remain. Okay. I've got manscaped manners cost us so much money. It really has just a lot. What the fuck is an evangelical? The turbine evangelical comes from the Greek word for gospel Evangelion, which sounds way cooler than gospel, or evangelical. According to the dictionary, the term simply means of or denoting a tradition with Protestant Christianity emphasizing the authority of the Bible, personal conversion, and the doctrine of Salvation by faith in the atonement. And as concise as that definition may seem, it does beg the question, are there traditions within Protestant Christianity that don't emphasize the Bible personal conversion or Salvation? And if you ask an evangelical, they'd probably say yes and lump all such traditions under the heading of mainline Protestantism. But if you asked a mainline Protestant if their religious tradition emphasized the authority of the Bible personal conversion and Salvation, they'd almost certainly tell you, yes, so clearly someone's full of shit. And we're talking religion here. So odds are it's everybody. Now, if you trace the term back to the 16th century, it was largely a synonym for Protestant to find the point where it diverges into a distinct type of Protestantism. You have to fast forward to the first great awakening in the 1730s. In its early form, it was largely an amalgamation of the three P's of being boring as bucket a party. Pietism, presbyterianism and puritanism. Rather than representing a denomination or sect of Protestantism, the evangelical tag denoted a movement within a number of Protestant sects. In many ways, the movement can be described as puritanism light, and grew in direct response to declining attendance and local piety in the previously puritanical cities of Massachusetts. While less cynical historians described this as a method of refurbishing God's message for a more modern day, realistic as a bunch of puritan preachers removing all the inconvenient shit from their religion because they were running out of money. For example, during the great awakening denominations that used to say that it took a lifetime of sturdy contemplation to achieve true assurance of one's faith, started saying it was assigning bonus that you just got for saying the magic Jesus words. This do nothing and get rewards approach to religion caught on quickly in the North American colonies, but as much because of the evangelical focus on missionary work as the new low price. Unlike many of the traditional forms of Protestantism, evangelicals held a firm belief that one wasn't doing their true duty to God unless they were all up in everybody's shit about it. This led to an increase in religious influence in government, schools, and the average American social life. But like puritanism before it, the evangelical movement became stagnant and outdated and by the early 20th century it was dominated by fundamentalists so fundamentalists that they actually called themselves fundamentalists. A desire by some more PR conscious members of the movement led to the term neo evangelical in the post World War II era, which we now simply call evangelicals. So yes, the swath of Christians that include pat Robertson, Brian Fisher and John hagy started with an effort to be less fundamentalist. Of course, knowing where the evangelicals have been, doesn't get as much closer to understanding what the fuck they are, especially since the history of the movement is largely defined by what they're not. And modern evangelical groups are of no more use as their primary goal is to make groups of people they represent seem as large as possible, even if that requires using rather fuzzy definitions. For example, the world evangelical alliance claims to represent more than 600 million evangelical Christians worldwide, which represents about a 195% of the total evangelical population. They get there by employing the bevington quadrilateral, which you can tell us full of shit because they didn't just call it the bevington square. They did a 5 syllable word in there to make it sound thinky. Basically, this approach defines evangelicals through their theology. It posits four key theological elements and in the tradition of over naming laid down by gratuitously polysyllabic use of quadrilateral, they define these four elements as follows. Biblicism. The belief that all essential spiritual truths could be found in the Bible. Cruci centrism, a focus on the atoning work of Christ's death on the cross, conversion is the belief that human beings need to be converted and activism. The belief that the gospel needs to be expressed in effort. If anybody strongly agrees with all four of these statements, the NAE considers them an evangelical. The problem here obviously is that you're going to catch a lot of fish in that net that would vehemently disagree with your classification. Hell, by that definition, you can find an awful lot of evangelical Catholics. Even further confusing the definition is the tendency of the modern media to use the term evangelical as a shorthand for white Protestant, which is all the more baffling since wasp is already there and takes away less effort to say. So despite looking into the etymology, the dictionary, the history, the organizational definition and the demographic definition, I wound up back where I started. See, to me, the term evangelical simply means extra annoying non Catholic Christian and the more I dug into it, the more I realized that truly was an operational definition. In other words, an evangelical is a fundamentalist with enough PR savvy not to use the F word. And.

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"hagy" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

06:57 min | 11 months ago

"hagy" Discussed on No Laying Up

"123rd to 7th in the FedExCup. Oh man. That's a long race for the FedExCup. Get weird 22 out of question. When was the last time with a less interesting leaderboard at this point on a Sunday? I dropped this one in. I thought that was a great question. The one that jumped to mind for me was the Honda last year. And I looked it up, it's Matt Jones, Brendan hagy, and seaford. Yeah. Who? Come again. Who? Matt Jones. CT the pan man and Danny mccarty McCarthy. That's a good one. That's a good poll. I would have struggled with that. I'm sure that I was on the pod for the Honda last year. I was like, oh God, it's all we're going to have to make something make some magic here. Denny McCarthy T 6 here as well. Yeah. Yeah, that dude gets hot on weekends at the. RSM in the fall. Almost put a 59 watch out there on a day. Like a super buster Y day. Before we shit all over the tournament, let's just go down the leaderboard a little bit. Sure. Tom hoagie grinders grindr. Oh, yeah. Which I appreciate the North Dakota guy. I get it. Yeah. Grinder. Yeah. Was that unintentional? That was unintentional. Harmon. I love love Harmon. Love when little brides doing some big things. That's always fun to watch. I think it's great when he's in the hunt. Lanto, courageously overcoming the injury he sustained a couple weeks ago, picking up his dog and heard something popping his back and fought through it to a T three this week. He sees, you know, decided that he Atlanta's not as guy. And it's a storyline I've loved watching unfold over the last year or two. Lots of hadn't done anything to teach. Actually, it seems like a pretty thoughtful nice guy. I just don't. I don't like his bomb and gouging. I think it started with his threads. His apparel. He didn't like his shoes. It's so unlike TC though to just have an opinion. Based off like 5 minutes of data and then extract it for like 5 years. I know that is out of character. No, it's just great. Lanto came on the scene like two years ago. She's like, fuck that guy. I don't like it. I said, why? I don't know, I just don't, I'm not into his vibe. Totally room for that as sports fans though. There's totally athletes out there that just I don't have a great reason why I don't like that guy, but I don't like him. Well, I guess that's kind of how I feel about huts and swafford. Like I trust you, I've never met him. You guys, you know, yeah, you know, he strikes a great, but it just doesn't, I don't have any disdain for him, but I just doesn't excite me in any way. He's an exceptionally nice guy and I hate saying that as a pat on the back, but he's a great gray dude to hang out. That's what extremely pleasant. Totally agree, but just from as a fan of golf, I'm struggling to be hyped right now. Of all the middle aged young middle aged white guys out on tour. He's the middle age white guy like most middle aged wife. Probably like right at the normal tour average in career earnings. He is number out of 200 he's number 100. That's a Georgia island. Between him like Harris English and Patton kizzire, just like with the names and the sea aisle, he's just like, oh my God, you guys are like, you know, you're just yeah, I know, it's just like frat tastic in every way. Lee Hodges, he gave it a great run. He was pretty close up there as a Bama guy, corn ferry torque grad. I did a lot of research. Some research on him thinking he might actually win this one. That's the biggest vineyard vines. It's a well on his shirt I've ever seen. I mean, it looks like the beluga. Well, yeah, and then he had it on the back too on the back of yolk. And then he's got to cut a local car dealership on there too. From Athens, Alabama, I think. Will's out Taurus is back, shot 19 under, finished T 6. And then yeah, Denny McCarthy Francesco molinari make it an appearance. I can not figure out Francesco. So I was gonna bring that up to you guys as well. I respected. He kind of ebbs and flows. And, you know, good to see him back on the leaderboard. A lot of guys really, really fallen down the leaderboard today. Like Paul Barr John, who's had a great run on corn ferry, the last couple of years. Are we in the best? PGA west kind of bucked a little bit today. So we can get into this now. I'd like PGA west. I just don't like the other two courses. And it's a horrible flow. And the whole pro am thing when there's no like I know we bitch about the celebs, but it's like and I know it's a big fundraiser for charities and stuff, but man, it's just it just stinks up like they can't set the course up hard. I mean, shit, back in the mid late 80s, like they had to move this tournament. Because the course was too hard. Because the course was too hard. Sean Martin wrote a really, really good piece on it a few years ago. And here's a quote from Tom Watson. I'm sick and tired of these courses. It requires you to execute shots that no seeing golfer should be expected to play. I visited the TV booth during the final round. It didn't offer a bottle. This is in 19 87. One of his course to speak for itself, sitting between announcers Vin Scully and Lee Trevino, which would listen to that crowd. I'm glad to hear the golf professionals think that there's at least a challenge out there. They'll learn to play this golf course. They're great players. We're just giving them the opportunities to hit great golf shots. And I think what the hell's changed? The athletes are just that much better. Right? It's all athletes. They've been in the gym. You've been in the gym. That's crazy how that could happen. The course is, like, I find some of those the mounding and interesting like 16 like the milk carton bunkers great, but there's shot value out there. Especially where they have the pins today and the just a little bit of firmness and greens. Look what that did today. Like the par three 13th hole, that hole was super difficult today. 17 was like dude, if you land this on the back half of the green, see woo Kim, boom, right back in the water. At least this tournament had some consequence to the golf shots. It was not the first two tournaments of the year have been pin your ears back and you're not making bogeys coming in, so it's just how whether or not you make birdie or par, this had bogeys and Hudson made two bogeys on the back 9 and shot like 500 on the back 9 he had insane back 9, but at least it had some consequence to it. So it flowed there at the end. It was a tough, tough route getting there. Were there any other comments on the setup this week? I don't remember if I do have one actually, sorry. I have it here. Piece of shit fucking setup butting contest week. That was a quote from John rom walking off one of the greens to the next one. Not trying to not be heard by saying that. This is right near all the faces. That's the rom we know and love. I love it. As long as that stays present in and amongst his yes, his super well adjusted thoughtful guy. I still want to see that fire from 100%. Henny bogan had a great line..

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"hagy" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"hagy" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Powell stone who said my Stephanie Miller show addiction counselor says I should identify my triggers which are waking up being awake and Roy Rogers horse That's funny because your name is trigger All right we love you Paul I worry about her a lot I'm worried about this The QAnon crowd is at televangelist John hagy's cornerstone church in San Antonio they are chanting let's go Brandon from the church pews which is exactly what Jesus would do is say Joe Biden in code Don't you think Seems kind of spot on brand for Didn't Jesus also say I need one of my personal comedy Jesus but then you say something about helping the four something that I thought something that was a part of So I believe Bernie Sanders did a tweet saying what he said for a thousand years Now the rich should pay their fair share didn't even mention Elon Musk and Elon Musk tweeted back Oh I didn't know you were still alive which was Particularly holy of him And our friend Lea Thompson who I love with the heat of a thousand white hot suns Ever since we did drunk Lorraine and her best friend together unhappy hour back when I was drinking That's why I said we could well besides that she's great and married We couldn't be married because we were just drinking we'd be like drunk relate Lorraine from Back to the Future and then we would just get each other all whipped up about politics She said she said this guy wouldn't drive a Tesla if I got one for free Pay your taxes you little bitch I didn't know that she was blue like that I do because we happy houred with her She's.

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"hagy" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"hagy" Discussed on The One You Feed

"Each week. Carter teaching song and a poem ad free episodes and other member benefits as well as the joy of supporting and independent podcast. Go to one you feed dot net slash join and you can get all those details there jessica. Thank you so much for taking the time to come on the show. It's been a real pleasure. I was so happy to have you on four hundred episodes of something ago. And i am so glad to have you back on four hundred episodes. That's stunning. I hadn't realized it was that many. It's an awful lot something like that anyway. Thank you so much for for coming back on. We'll have links to your information in the show notes and again listeners. If you don't see your diagrams missing a huge portion of the genius of her work if what you just heard was helpful to you. Please consider making a monthly donation to support the you feed podcast when you join our membership community with this monthly pledge you get lots of exclusive members only benefits. It's our way of saying..

"hagy" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"hagy" Discussed on The One You Feed

"And i just found that to be such a telling story of like. I'm sure everybody else in the room was like i'm the impostor he's the real deal right and he still felt the same thing. And what does it tell us that all of the messages that were receiving can contradict our own absolute bullet points on a resume truths of ourselves. Like if everything out there saying like you don't matter and you're wrong in your faking it. You haven't earned this like we have to give everybody that we meet like so much slack for being everybody because we've all been told that we're not enough and if we just assume that everybody else is fantastic. Were probably going to be right. If we just assume everybody else is fantastic. Were probably going to be right. I don't know who it was. The quote i feel like it was nelson mandela like. It never hurts to believe the best in someone will often be proved right you know. I think it's often act the better because of it right. I mean if you're gonna go into a room and set up some expectations. Why not just assume everything's great and then no one feels ashamed worried like that's a huge gift to give to somebody totally and you know what you just said reminds me of this general idea that so much of what we're talking about here are the stories that we create. I can do it or i can't do it. No one knows. The future is not written so by nature. If i say i can do it making up story and if i say i can't do it i'm making up a story. It's not. there's no fact there's no reality there's no truth and so if we're making it up you know if walk into a room full of people. I'm like those people are jerks. That's a story. If i say they're all wonderful people same thing why not pick ones that empower us. Yeah when we if we do assume all sorts of abilities and trust in other people that's proudly going to build a better foundation of whatever it is we're trying to do than assuming people are stupid enough to get us bad and it doesn't do us any good it just makes us more terrified of everyone else. As opposed to saying oh. I got six people in this room. We've got this. I don't need to know what they're capable of but they're six of us. We got done. Yep absolutely well. We did not get through all seven points. Matter of fact we got through five and a half so we're going to finish the last two points we have. We have two and a half points to get through. We're going to do it in the po- show conversation and these are to my favorite points. Be aware and be curious. So we'll do that in the post show conversation listeners. If you'd like access to that post show conversation to a special episode. I do.

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"hagy" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"hagy" Discussed on The One You Feed

"That's strangely. Freeing thing is just leave. Everyone who makes you feel lonely and find people who don't and that is the strangely accidental process. I found almost the entire time. And the idea of being open to the serendipity of others is half the battle if you walk into a room when you say. I'm going to just be myself and hopefully that works and other people do the same. That's how you end up with like really goofy weird conversations and oh it hello. It's you of course it is yes. Let's be friends. It goes against all of the misbehave yourself. And look exactly right at all times sort of advice which. I don't think he's ever worked for real connection. No no real connection take some degree of like you said being yourself yet and the vulnerability of going against all the training you've taken from from everything that's made you lonely the instagram and performance and the professionalism aspects of our lives and just shedding that and being. I'm a human being high. Yeah we have this spiritual habits program. It's a group program and we take the big group divided up into smaller groups and one of the most satisfying things for me has been watching some of those small groups form and become real friendships. That endure over time. I think the element there is. Yeah somebody takes a chance you know somebody was just telling me about. We did a breakout group. One of our sunday sessions and somebody said we got into. This breakout room and like right out of the gate. One person just shared this incredibly vulnerable thing and foam. The whole room lit up and came alive. And i feel like i four new friends because one person was willing to do it. That's beautiful that's one of those magical sort of. Oh this is. Maybe how civilizations started right. Oh it didn't happen because we call the meeting on zoom and we had five people talk about three bullet points so it was more. Just hi. i'm here and this is part of me and other people are like all i'm hearing..

"hagy" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"hagy" Discussed on The One You Feed

"By our happiest place. Do you mean literally. Go to a place. I like to be. Do you mean. Imagine a place in my mind. Say more about that. I think everyone has their own place where they feel secure and safe and allowed to be themselves and do what is like innate to them and for some people it's with other people who understand them it's with their found family. It's in a place where they feel safe and unguarded. It's in a workspace where they're supported. And when you think of what is your happy place something will spring to your mind. And you're like yeah. I know with them. I know what that feels like. It could be an embrace. It could be a chair. It could be some park that only ten people in the city know about but everybody knows exactly quickly where there is. There's a type of meditation called. I rest and it's been used with a lot of veterans a lot of people with ptsd and it really is an interesting meditation protocol because it pulls multiple different. What i would consider meditation types together into one but one of the exercises is sort of defining your happy place and it's actually you think of a place. It's a technique that you do in your mind to sort of ground and settle you. It's a retreat without having to go anywhere essence. I always found it an interesting idea. I was reading about habits like that and one of the things was. When you know when you're truly embodying like feeling your way through a place you know it. It smells like feels like your temperature. Changes everything about your experience becomes of that place. And that's true of if you're triggered to think of something horrible or triggered to think of something absolutely soothing and welcoming and just practicing that a little bit it really is like oh even my heartbeat changes when i think about different locations where i could physically be in. It's a super powerful thing to put in your brain absolutely step. Five is be connected connections with others or a powerful defense against fear salo more about that. Yes the one thing that i kept coming up on when i was reading about. Why are we afraid. What are we working against. our sphere. Manifest in us and isolation was a key component of it triggers all the fear and all the like deep depression terrible. I don't know what to do. Because i can't talk to anyone about it and i don't know how to be because i don't have any want echo off of and being out and about and learning of different places or could exist or different communities where i could join in that really sort of again. It's an anchoring system of i belong here. I can do this in this space and again just even going through all the okay. This is what cove is doing to people. This is what lockdown is doing to people this is how isolation is affecting people who age out of friend groups because of their friends pass away. How do we work with the very elderly or the very isolated and all of those ideas really were just one person can totally change how you react because you have one connection you of one bullet point you have won anchor and finding those anchors just is amazingly awful. I heard a statistic. The other day that i thought cannot be true. And then i said that someone else's and i heard this statistic and cannot be true and they're like oh yeah it's true so again i don't know if it's true for one hundred percent but couple of people validated it now..

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"hagy" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"hagy" Discussed on The One You Feed

"It's important to me an i myself. I'm gonna go get that and saying that to ourselves more than anyone else is. What will get us into those spaces where we stop questioning. Is it okay for me to want this right bright. And i do a lot of work with people on procrastination and procrastination. Some of it is back to your point earlier about make plans to make progress. I think we procrastinate when we don't quite know what to do and we're not sure the path forward when there's ambiguity. So clarity is really important. But then the next element really is procrastination. Because we're afraid we can't do it. We're just afraid we'd just don't have what it takes to do it and do you. Find people are progressing out of fear of failure or a fear of success. Because i think it's kind of like an equal balance half the time he just like. What are you really like putting off here. I think i see more fear of failure. That tends to be more what i see. But i think fear of successes nebulous because it's harder to name. What exactly afraid of success. What does that look like for you. Well so even thinking about what. An art project is going to look like at the end. I'm like oh it has to be this in my brain and then i do it and it looks different. Did i fail or did i succeed in a different way and i think that's something that a lot of a lot of us actually have to think about like. Did i really fail this or did i just do something else really well and i don't think we give ourselves enough credit for i. Did this absolutely different thing really really well. Because i kept doing something. That's a fear of success. Because you have to succeed in a certain way and anything else. If you're really really really dislike zeroed in out one little nebulous thing all the other things just disappear and are worthless all of a sudden and refocusing on. Oh what.

"hagy" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"hagy" Discussed on The One You Feed

"Do it would get it done. Step four is ernest. Do not be afraid to admit you cared deeply. Your intense emotions are your most precious power boy. I know a lot of people who think they're intense. Emotions are a real problem. Yeah but so. Many of us take any emotion we have and our dislike. I shouldn't feel that. I'm wrong to feel that. And the intensity even if it's an ugly emotion like anger or rage or just greed or less. Those feelings are valid feelings and look at it and examine it and say why am i feeling this. Who am i deep inside. What can i do with this feeling. As opposed to the people who swallow end deny themselves the truth of what they actually want to do. I need to do or feel and the repressing of i need this. I need to do this. I shouldn't do. This is as scary as some like actual age sometimes right and as a person who has wrestled with depression a lot of his adult life. Which i think i had to make a guess has some roots in a constant repression for the better part of my. You know my first twenty years. Strong emotion is an energy. you can work with. It's a tool. It's absolutely a tool yeah. It provides energy whereas lack of emotion. Dead nece my experience has been has been a harder thing to work with and transform not that it can't be done not that there's not something there but it's a much lower frequency vibration and so it's almost like you have to amplify the signal then transform it whereas if you've got plenty of signal it's just about transforming that numbness is a very frightening place to be because when you're just like is this. Is this it anime trapped here and it's just a quick sandy feeling where at least if you have something intense and powerful that is this is telling me something. I am responding to stimuli. Somehow i'm still here. I'm still my body's paying attention somehow even if my mind doesn't know what to do with what my body's telling it and i've got like something like intense. Were fighting really care about something powerfully. I shouldn't be afraid to let that out. In express it otherwise the status quo continues on and all we do is just sort of suffer along with it and that numbness intensifies right right now. I think it gets back to that idea of buried inside every fear is a hope or buried inside every strong negative. Emotion is a desire for something. If you're feeling alone you need something. If you're feeling angry you need to solve a problem..

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"hagy" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"hagy" Discussed on The One You Feed

"Up that one time and you're like and that's the thing that you keep thinking about as opposed to the hundreds of times since that you've done really magnificent things and i think our brains i don't know why are just wired for that sort of maybe if we're aware of the missteps we've made we won't make them again. Maybe it's a protective mechanism but the idea of not thinking of the other things you can do is so much or useful and kinetic not to turn this into a conversation about me. But i was having a conversation with my coach the other day about this very thing and i was reflecting these concerns. About the changing media landscape that media landscape is changing and smelly independent producers are getting squeezed people like us tons of money coming into blah blah blah. So i'm worried about that. Which is a valid thing to be worried about and he just said but why do you think you're not gonna figure that out. You figured every other change out for the last seven years you've navigated all the challenges that have come. Why is it that you think this one. You won't and i didn't have a really good answer to that. Except you know yeah. It's that human tendency to sort of look for what's wrong. I've become more and more clear on how that negativity bias that were wired with really impacts. Us it's our nature of this where the brain is doing. It's like a problem problem problem anywhere you know looking for problems and so this idea of instead of when i'm looking at my doubts is to sort of repeat my hopes. Yeah and i think too that we're so afraid of because our world now so precarious that hugh make one mistake. Oh you could fall off a cliff suddenly or oh you could lose your entire career and everything you have and your home your family and everything like one mistake instead of feeling like no everything you've already built is a really solid foundation and you have friends and colleagues at work and you're going to be more okay than you think because of all you've done all the people have already reached and that sort of idea of safety and progress is really in complete opposite to what our brain tells us what our culture tells us somewhat. Our economy tells us about what our trajectories could be. I'm going to get us through all seven steps here. Believe it or not step. Three is be resourceful. And i'm gonna pull one line out from there. And then i'd love to just ask you what you'd like to talk about from that section but the line that struck me as resourcefulness. The art of finding treasure everywhere. So the idea of resourcefulness is the idea of creativity for people who don't think they're creative. Resourcefulness is oh. I know how to use these tools. That i already have or i know who to call to get this done or i know how this supply chain works and i'm going to access this point to get what you need to you at. What time and people when they hear the word resourceful they say. Oh i can do that. I can tap into things. I can tap into resources. I can work with what i have. But if you say creative people say oh. I'm not an artist. I don't paint. And they're the same sort of words when we get into the idea of building anything like building your life for building your project or building a goal and resourcefulness really is that sort of. I'm going to observe. And i'm going to apply and i'm just going to be in the most human human i can be because i think that's kind of the cross of what we are as creature. Is we find things. And we turn them into tools. And we turn those tools into entire civilizations and we've all got that going for us anything else about resourcefulness you wanna add..

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"hagy" Discussed on The One You Feed

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02:57 min | 1 year ago

"hagy" Discussed on The One You Feed

"A little bit you know. Hope animates what fear paralyzes hope builds. What fear destroys. What are some ways that we build that. Hope you know. We talked about one. Envy being one looking at what we want. But what are ways to build that hope because sometimes that hope seems very fragile. And i think hope as an is more of a direction so you can be in a boat and looking way out at the horizon and the horizon continues to move as you move is just a function of the physics of how we are but looking out and saying i will get there and having just a point somewhere to aim for gives us an anchor on what we're doing if we don't have something that we're working toward aiming toward learning about trying to get better at than we'll just sort of paddle everywhere and it will just be treading water and you wanna sink because there's nowhere to go but as long as you do have somewhere to go then all of a sudden there's a purpose to what you're working on and that is a very animating feeling. Yeah you have a line in there. Make plans to make progress. I would say a lot of the work. I do with coaching. Clients is exactly that we're making plans so that we can make progress and there's a couple of really important points to that. I mean one is without a plan like you said. I'm paddling everywhere if i don't have a plan it's hard to use my time. Well there's a whole bunch of reasons but the other is if i have a plan and that plan has some milestones. I can sort of see like oh. I'm making progress. You know. I started working with a coach again at the beginning of this year. Because i needed some of that. I felt like needed some clear. Progress points that. I could say yes. We're moving in the right direction because the movements at least at the stage that we're at their harder for me to discern. Yeah and i think to even if you pick the wrong end point you still go somewhere and you still learn something and you can change direction at anytime but just having that momentum of. I'm going to read this book. I'm going to learn this idea. I'm going to figure out how this software works. Some small accomplishment motivates you to do more small accomplishments until all of a sudden. You've done something huge or changed all sorts of things about your life and it's just by making those like little steps like i'm gonna do this thing. I'm gonna do that thing gonna make this happen. And they don't have to be massive. They just have to be satisfying right. Step two is be hopeful. And i've been talking about hope all the time way ahead of time. I'm completely out of order here. But you have a line there that i love would fear tries to anchor you to a miserable moment. It's hope that will help you move on. Yeah yeah. I think when we do have those voices in our head and those recurring thoughts of you're trying to go to sleep anything everything's fine and then your brands like you know how badly you like totally screwed that.

"hagy" Discussed on The One You Feed

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01:39 min | 1 year ago

"hagy" Discussed on The One You Feed

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"hagy" Discussed on The One You Feed

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05:24 min | 1 year ago

"hagy" Discussed on The One You Feed

"Needs and our wants and very quickly makes us want things that don't really bring us happiness and so it's funny like i have often resisted watching television because for me i feel like i am easily manipulated into wanting something that if i didn't see it i would never think i wanted it but you show it to me on tv and this special. Lighten i'm all of a sudden like. Oh maybe i need that. And so i think that idea of envy powerful in the right way and i think it takes some real discernment to know what's real envy or to say it slightly differently. What's the real desire of my heart versus. What i'm sort of sold into believe in is the desire of my heart. Oh yeah so much. Advertising is telling us that we have flaws that need fixed whereas before retain the advertisement I didn't know that was something that could be even wrong with me. Like oh i got but when we see something. I think that like deeply prompts us to be like. Wow that is magnificent. It tends not to be the things that were like. Oh i could probably use a snuggie around the campfire. Or yeah i could. I could get that shampoo or something. Shallow like that but the things. That deeply trigger outs aren't things that we can acquire their things. We want to be here. And i think if really good advertising makes us think that if we have something will be someone else and being someone else matters so much more to people than having something else. Yeah i also heard a concept about envy. the type that you're describing and it was basically when you think that you look at something you're like. Wow that was. I want to be like that. I want and it feels like it's in range. That sort of envious empowering and we go yes. I can do that and yet if it feels out of range doesn't motivate us. It demotivates us because we look at and go. No way can't get there. Yeah what's applicable versus impossible. And what is something. I can be versus something that i've been told i can't be i think two is that's a level of fear. Which is someone saying. You should know your place and your place is not where you aspire to be and if people can say none of. I'm going to do exactly what i think is beautiful and wonderful and helpful and i'm going go be that person and that's important because so much of advertising and marketing instagram facebook. This is your place. The algorithm is told you. This is your place and this is what you should want. And when we really are moved by actual feelings and wants and needs those don't align with that algorithm at all your keep referring to being the person we to be and i'm curious if that word is very intentional because very often when i'm teaching about values or intentions that's what we're talking about. We're talking about the person. I want to be not necessarily what i'm going to accomplish. I might say. I want to be a person that makes beautiful art versus. I want to be an artist that has five million instagram followers. Other totally different thing which is better get. I think the person who makes the beautiful things because half the time even if you talk to the people who are super super famous or wealthier anything. They're still just looking for that satisfaction of the little flame inside me says this is who you are. And if. I haven't fed that flame if that little wolf is starving than the rest of all of the exterior..

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"hagy" Discussed on The One You Feed

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04:04 min | 1 year ago

"hagy" Discussed on The One You Feed

"You doesn't mean you're not stronger because of it didn't mean you build up a beautiful way to get around it in solve for it and i think the solving for what bothers us is actually a very foundational point of strength for most people because without any sort of challenge we're never going to rise to an occasion of anytime so step one is to be focused and you say dwell on what you want instead of what worries you. I love that idea and it seems to me that it's a slight pivot of attention. It's not a huge pivot of attention. Those two ideas really are very parallel and with each other. Because if what you're worried about is not getting to the next level and what you really want is that next level. It's really up to you. Say okay. I'm just gonna leapfrog that and say this is the best i can do and i'm not going to think about the things that might hold me back. I'm just going to go and really enjoy what i like to do or what. I'm focused on. I'm not going to think about the people who disagree with me. Were will fight with me or Belittle me i'm just going to lake leapfrog them and do the things that i need to go. While keeping this framework of dwell on what you want incentive what worries you. How would you say you know that we clearly look at the actual obstacles in our path right because we do need to be able to look at obstacles. Create strategies create plans around them. Talk a little bit about how we do that without getting into a dwelling on worries us. Yeah i think talking about the suan thinking of this idea globally and not specifically. I really just kept going at anecdotes of things like. Oh there's a boss that i don't think will help me or there's a monetary costs that i don't know if i can get around and again like there are always little creative ways that people will be like well. I'm going to do it this way if i wanna learn this new thing. I have a library. If i want to be a better person to my spouse. I don't have to go out of my way. I just have to listen to them or subtle little shifts that whatever is in the way if you ignore it and really focus on okay. What i want than the obstacle itself becomes so much smaller. We usually use those obstacles as excuses as opposed to like actual obstacles. And if we can. Kind of we've around them creatively with our own sort of greedy love can get to where we want to be better. That's a great phrase greedy love because it leads me into another of the ideas from this step one which is to start with your envy. Envy isn't shameful. it's powerful. That's a interesting take on it. Yeah i've always seen people especially in the art space. Where they they find something. That's just absolutely gorgeous wonderful. And they're like. I wish i had painted that. I wish i had written that. I wish i had done that already. And instead of getting angry about it the really good artists i see are dislike. I'm going to take my own methodologies and media and do something more like that and that's that sort of motivation because you don't know what you can be until you see it somewhere else that gives you that next. Step up and envying and wanting an admiring things i think is something that we're told we shouldn't do as opposed to something we should seek out in use for fuel for all of our endeavors right at least in my experience a couple of the word i would use this caveats to that but additional thoughts on that one is you've got a diagram somewhere in the book and i can't remember where but you talk about culture that commodities us and we live in a culture that commodities is everything and a that markets relentlessly to our.

"hagy" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"hagy" Discussed on The One You Feed

"Yeah if your life was full of obligations and things that you didn't want to do. This was a lovely reset period. Because you can sort of see like i guess. The world doesn't end if i don't do that right. Isn't that freeing moment where you're just like oh neat. Yeah yup so. Let's jump into your book how to be fearless and like i mentioned earlier. There's a lot of drawings and diagrams and words. But i want to start with a line from pretty early in the book which says that buried inside. Every fear is a hope. Say more about that. Yes absolutely so what you are afraid of is. What's stopping you from getting to where you need to be and what you are afraid of is something that is a barrier between you and where you're happy and comfortable and powerful again and i keep going back to the idea of fear in researching this book and reading all sorts of psychological papers and documents and other books about the idea of being afraid. It all really came down to you. Don't have to be brave if you're not fighting anything and so just being focused on okay. This is what i'm after. And this is what. I'm going to do all of a sudden the things that are rounded or behind it or getting in your own way really disappear because you focus instead on the actual reason that you're trying to do something i've heard a different phrasing of that from teacher of acceptance commitment therapy and i think the phrase he used was our values and vulnerability sort of come out of the same vessel had a lot of alliteration to it but it speaks to this basic idea. That you know vulnerabilities can tell us what's valuable to us. What matters to us. Yeah it brings up the idea of the metaphor of the pearl or of a scar tissue that just because something has happened to..

"hagy" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"hagy" Discussed on The One You Feed

"We'll get to that in a minute and we'll start with the parable in a minute but i wanted to just say to you. Thank you because you were. I looked earlier. You our third guest on the show you our episode number three that we released so i appreciate you being willing to come on way back then. It doesn't feel that long ago to be. It stands out to me. Even though it was a long time ago it still really stands out to me. I just felt like we had a really great connection. And i'm really glad to talk to you again. I'm happy to talk to you again. Also i've kept up with your work over the years which is the other reason to me. It doesn't seem like a long time ago conversations with you or a little bit interesting because you are a somewhat visual artists. You combine words and diagrams to make really great points and so for us to have this conversation. Is i feel like we're getting one dimension of you not all your dimension so for listeners. I definitely encourage you to go. Look at jessica's work because it's the diagrams and the drawings that really brings so much of this alive. It is always interesting to go onto podcasts and sort of try and describe ad visually because some people really get it. When i talk about it and some people are more like what are you saying. So thank you for that intro. Yes we will probably put like one of drawings in the show notes so they're available but even. I don't even know that that will show up all the podcasts players. Anyway folks go. Check out jessica stuff but let's jump in with parable. There is a grandmother. Who's talking with her grandson in life. There are two wolves inside of us that are always at battle one is a good wolf which represents things like kindness bravery and love and the is a bad wolf which represents things like greed and hatred and fear and the grandson stops and he thinks about it for a..

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