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Internal Family Systems Therapy with Dr. Richard Schwartz
"Dr schwartz. Thanks for joining me today. how are you doing. I'm good for us. Great to be with you. Thanks for inviting me. Yeah thanks so much for taking the time to do this. I really appreciate it. And as i mentioned earlier you started out working as a family systems therapists before creating i f s so as kind of way of introduction for you and maybe for i whole what were you doing and seen just around you in the field at the time that the creation of ifs was kind of response to. Yeah so. I was one of those sort of zealous family therapists. Who but we've found the holy grail and fought those psycho dynamic with psychoanalytic therapists that were monkey around in the inner world. We're wasting their time. 'cause we could change all that by just reorganizing. These external families and i set out to prove that thousand nine hundred eighty one. I think i was a fresh graduate from my doctoral program in wayland family therapy and i decided to what we gathered together about thirty lima kids and their families and tried to prove that the structural strategic family therapy works and found that it didn't actually i could reorganize the family's just the way the book said to these kids would keep binging and purging to my frustration. So i began asking why and they started to teach this to me and it was very foreign to me at the time because they would talk about as you say these different parts of them say some version of when something bad happens this critic attacks inside caused me horrible names and then that brings up a part that makes me feel yang empty and alone worthless and that feeling is so dreadful that the bench comes in to get away from that. The act of the binge brings the critic back. Who's now calling me a pig on top of the other names in that. Of course the brings back that young empty alone worthless part and so they were talking about these parts is if they had a lot of autonomy in almost like little inner beings so i got scared. I thought maybe these kids were sick. To than i thought and then i started listening inside myself in my god. I've got him to and some a minor has extreme is. There's just
Connecting With Your True Nature
"One of the most common topics that we've explored on. The podcast is developmental psychology. How what happened to us as a child can influence our lives today. Those childhood events often have a huge impact on our nature and behavior even in adulthood and sometimes becoming increasingly happy and healthy as an adult is about unwinding the influence of negative events that happened during childhood but alongside that there can be a lot of value in connecting more with the person who we authentically were. When we were young. There might be a sense for you of some kind of core nature. Something that was present for you before the world started getting in the way so today we're going to be exploring that child self and how it might help us become more fully realized as adults so to help us do that. I'm joined today as usual by dr rick hansen. So dad how are you doing today. I'm good and i've been very much looking forward to this topic which has a lot of personal meaning for me in terms of my own childhood my own inner child or layers of inner children inside me and also of course. Because i knew you when you were child and i've also worked with a lot of children So this topic has a lot of meaning and was just thinking there for moment forest when you were talking about the setup here in buddhist psychology there are these five major so called hindrances that hinder our progression in practice Such house angry ill-will can stop others or self doubt and the deep rooted the word. That's true aided hindrances actually means coverings beezer things that cover over our underlying good nature including the underlying sweet innocent beautiful wise innermost childlike being that still resides within each of us. Yeah i think that's something that's been really present for me particularly over the last maybe five years but honestly for most of my adult life. I think that there are ways in which i've been almost trying to rediscover or get back to in some way. The person that i was. When i was pretty young when i was you know three or four. Five years old Like i said in the introduction before the world started pushing back on me in ways that made me feel uncertain or insecure or started editing core parts of my behavior or jesus even my nature and some kind of real way.
How to Make a Big Decision
"Today. We're looking at how to make a big decision and to help us do that. I'm joined as usual by dr rick hansen. So dad how are you doing. I'm really good. And this is one of my favorite topics yuccas s. I think there's a saying in medicine. Good judgment comes from experience and experienced bad judgment. Experience might sometimes have fostered some improvement in my judgment. And i'd love to kind of share that with you. And i know this forest also is a topic that you have really engaged a lot in your own life including putting it into practice. Boy sure brought these principles down out of the ivory tower. And you know one thing. I was really interested in what you said. Is the tension between playing it. Save with the known versus taking a chance on the unknown. And i wondered if you could talk more about that. Yeah i think that there are some big themes that tend to come up inside of these conversations inside of these choices. When we're making decisions and something that i was kind of reflecting on prior to this conversation we were just talking about it a second ago before we started recording is how all of these decisions are different one school or another one person or another place deliver and other whatever but if you drill down deep enough they kind of all become very similar in terms of the process you can go through around making choices and these big themes tend to emerge over and over again and i do think that one of them is absolutely this tension between what you now in what you don't and they're kind of these different biases that are at play here. I talk a lot about bias on the podcast and one of the big ones survivorship bias which tends to tell people toward believing that things are going to work out. Okay if they take one of those big swings kinda like history is written by the winners yeah histories absolutely history is written by the including your personal history absolutely
"hanson" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews
"Artist is exact taylor hanson. Welcome back to the show guys how you doing nice to see too man that is a nice looking zoom right there you guys. Are you in a club just going on right. There is that somebody's somebody's outs. No the studio studio control room. That studio vibe. I love it i love it so you guys are the russian dolls in the masked singer. What made you wanna do it. How did you pick that costume. And did you tell anyone we. We did sell army family which is surprisingly large. My wife was eight months pregnant at the time so it was hard to explain to the kids why dad was leaving for basically month that without telling them something real. Yeah i'm going on this tv shows. i'm not. I'm being trainings. Said i'm going to be going well. Maybe it'll be cool when it's done go to space without you. That worked now The producers called us and they said hey we want you to be the first group. We've never done this. And honestly that kind of perked her interest like i that's fun And then the idea of kind of keeping people guessing. That very quickly came into the idea. And that's where russian dolls came from. There were a lot of other ideas. But how do you find something. That kind of intuitively people go. How many are those many. You don't know with the whole show. I mean one of the things that push us over the edge was it's about singing in. We've since we were kids. We've been singing when harmonising and we felt like we could bring something different to show like this. It's all all been solid performers. Be the first group and and with that you know you kind of lean into your strengths and arraigned on in a way that that is caters to that. Kinda throw people off the scent by lino. Different guys seeing weed and different songs. So we've kind of like the whole idea and honestly most times in our history you're onto or you're traveling you're promoting a project and you can't really take opportunities that come up. That are out of the ordinary loyalty week. Yeah exactly many weeks in doing something like that so it was. It was something that seemed to align. Now was great and then all you guys have kids. I'm sure they got such a kick in a thrill out of that. You mentioned your song choices. Bruno mars. Jason derulo i love all the the choices are. What would have been your song. For the semis. Oh man well. We're going to try and do a i think we're trying to voice man's. Yeah oh yeah yes. We loved the idea of some of these groups that were great vocal groups but we were trying to keep those for later in the season. So that you aren't taking them off the list of people who were guests bryant and as soon as you do boys and they know supplements men but they're one of those right now so performance a trio in great voices loves being compared to them. 'cause that's such there were definitely wisdom and some other classics that we felt like we get moving. We were still trying to swing a bg's song see if we could get you got great taste. I like all those artists. So nice job gentlemen New album is against the world. Tell me about these songs so the records just started coming out. It's releasing in a unique way were releasing at once on your time so it's building and then every month essentially all year long until it finally is complete the ounce complete so people sort of get at like seven singles you know single after single i track is called analee. It's super upbeat. Kind of feels like the start of a journey. We wanted people to kind of it. Summertime people are thinking about getting out kind of wanting to some to smile about man but the record overall as you go through it. People discovering the record all sort of about taking on challenges kind of waiting through things You know and the record titled even just this idea that you know anything you do. That is sort of im- important or you know. Oftentimes you feel like you're up against challenges but music z. Through that connection with others you through that kind of finding a way through the craziness and through the challenges what the journeys all about the title could also be taking on the world's challenges but it was a little too long in favor ring prefer it. Don't let yourself be defined by the world. I think we see right now especially because everyone has been separated in their corners for a year that were letting ourselves kind of let our feeds. And and the the the fanatical people define. What's okay in the world or it's it's okay to feel about yourself. Do you think what. I think you feel how i feel. When you say. I'm against the world. It's i'm against being defined by the undefined by me and if i'm by the people that choose to be with i'm defined by the person i choose to be how it used to treat people and how you know love world it's so important how you see yourself And that's really what this first song. Emily is all about sort of the person. I wanna be deep. I like it man. i liked him. What about what about touring. Are you making plans to get back on the road or so. The tour their other live events kind. We just announced you're going to be shows every month. That'll be livestreamed and with limited tickets kind of broadcasting from our own town and tulsa said i august september october. Yeah those shows you know people can come make the track. Come to our hq There's a few tickets left me. They're going super fast For all those months but streaming tickets available and then we're actually pointing towards next year is really going to be the full make the lap around the world as everything starting open up and kind of get back to normal. We're just feel like this is the ramp into a really active next twelve or fourteen months. Could for you guys man. I like the to keep into in the family in You're you're you're keeping it moving. I love it Speaking of which. I know y'all got a pretty big families any musicians in the next generation. There are a smattering of them. I mean there's definitely. Obviously a lot of creativity taylor. Zack actually quite a good artists beyond just being visual artists. Your central a little bit of fall by exactly you know. Each of us have some A few more musically inclined kids and a few that are not so interested. I'll be very surprised if somebody didn't choose a an artistic pather musical path but you just never know. I have a two month old at home. So who knows what that kyle exam goop. Congratulations on that. Can congratulations on everything..
Dealing With Life’s Disruptions
"So the question is of course. How can we best manage normal range difficulties. Which can be very very difficult and painful. Alright how do we best manage thumb point one and point to how can we grow as well from the everyday experiences of life including many. That are very positive. We can grow in both ways. Where i start to really squirm is in these theories of you know no pain. No gain yeah. Most pain has no gain. Yeah and most of our gains in life no pain we were simply in situations where we got something done or we rose to an occasion or a beautiful thing happened between us and another person. We walked out. We looked at the sunrise. Something really touched. Our heart know many of these experiences particularly if we take in a good you know gradually build positive resources and scientists including on overall global wellbeing. So we can grow both through pain and through non pain. I think there are certain kinds of people who i don't know why they're like professional grinches. His claim the only way to grow through suffering. No tokyo no growth. And that's just dead wrong. Most suffering makes us weaker. Most tends to break his down so it's important to not have a kind of casual complacent attitude toward Unnecessary upset and
Meeting Your Internal Family with Susan McConnell
"Would love to kind of start at the beginning with you and sort of go from there. So i gave as you said kind of a little rundown of the basic premise of it. But obviously you know it and much more detail that i do ad for people who aren't familiar with it. What's this internal family systems model. Well like you said the basis of the model assumes that we're not a unified personality but we are Multiple and that is how we talk. What appreciated about learning from dick schwartz. Back in the nineties was that he had run the same time that i was exploring different types of movement and body workin different therapies and dick was getting his phd in structural family therapy and then trying out and finding limitations to it and he really had mired about him is that when faced with ways that what he had learned in school and worked he just sat down and brought his curiosity as well as his compassion to listening to his clients. Who were talking about well part of me extra time. He was working a lot with bulimia patients beginning theory. Was that if you heal the then. The symptom and one person in the family will. You will become better. He found that oftentimes the
The New Normal with Dr. Jennifer Ashton
"Today we have the real privilege of being joined by practicing doctor for the last twenty years and the chief medical correspondent for abc news. Dr jennifer ashton. Dr ashton received her medical degree from columbia university's college of physicians and surgeons in two thousand and six. She became the first female medical contributor to the fox news channel and from two thousand nine to two thousand and eleven. She was the medical correspondent for cbs news network and since two thousand twelve. She's also been the senior medical contributor for good morning america and world news tonight. Abc news in october twenty seventeen. Abc announced dr ashton as chief medical correspondent and health editor during the pandemic. She's played a truly critical role in keeping americans informed. She's appeared on the abc network sometimes up to fourteen hours a day in order to bring viewers important medical information and she's widely considered one of the most trusted health personalities on television today. She's also the best selling author of six books including the self care solution and her recently published book the new normal a roadmap to resilience in the pandemic era. It's a real privilege for us. To have dr ashton on the show to talk about the coronavirus pandemic and what we can do to support our own physical and mental health during it. So dr ashton. Thanks so much for joining us today. How are you doing. thanks for having me you guys. It's really an honor and a pleasure to be with you. And i'm doing well awesome. Glad to hear that. That's great so. I want to play off the title of your book. The new normal. I'm in california forces here to without a lot of ups and downs estate. The definitely there's a sense with more and more people getting vaccinated people kind of stabilizing. There's this longing yearning to get back to the old normal and even kind of prickliness said any sort of restriction on a return to that former sort of equilibrium that people were used to and yet you're talking about the new normal that we just have to face. So why do we have to face and deal with a new normal. It is kinda wanna ask the naive question. Why can't we just go back to the hold normal. What's pushing us ended as a new normal. Well as you guys know. I'm a medical doctor. Not a psychologist but in medical school we do have to learn some psychiatry and some mental health and mental illness Unfortunately we learn enough but in speaking to a lot of mental health professionals. First of all your question is a really important one. Because we're not just seeing that people want to go back in time almost magically in the setting of a pandemic. We tend to want to do that in
Interview With Rebekah Coleman, Newly Elected Judge
"Rebecca coleman the newly elected judge in the state of michigan stony to a district harper woods. First female managed to hold the position and the first african american just be elected at harper woods. Sixty nine year. History coleman defeated incumbent. Daniel palmer on third twenty during the june election. She won the judgeship. By four hundred and forty eight volts or fifty three percent majority vote the newly elected management with focus on community based programs including literacy programs alternative sentencing legal aid and civic and landlord tenant division as well as drug and survive treatment programs for residents. This is not cohen. First attempt at elected office. It was a second bid for judicial office. After running unsuccessfully for wayne county circuit court for years. oh yes although not endorse by the hometown. Newspaper the detroit. News coleman chance to eliminate dish. Oh rubber-stamping i'm john leo. Hanson junior and. Welcome to another edition of in black america up on this week's program. Judge rebecca coma the newly elected magistrate michigan thirty to a district in black america. It was a real grassroots campaign. And this was my second time running for rancher the county about four years prior And didn't really have a clear path. Kinda was just like okay. I'm gonna do this. It's my time. It wasn't my time. But i learned from there that time. You know you have to come up with a plan. You have to know what you're going to do daily and it's it's a real grind grindley like i said i was outside every single day knocking on doors when my brother had a plan on. My loss are going to go down. When miller's we're going now When i wanted to have different events. I did not plan for covert but You know we adapted and and stuck to. It and i said this time i was. I said to myself and my dad and a few others. I said i'm not running again. It's not happening. I this is the time. And i and i wanna put for every single thing. I have so that. I can't look back and say oh i could've you at this to
Working With Your Anxiety
"Over the last year. We've all been through a lot. In addition to the many major costs there have been smaller. Subtler costs as well. One thing i've really noticed is the friction. That's been added to almost any decision that gets made whether it's trying to participate at work effectively. Keep up with friends or even just go to the grocery store this whole new level of thought and effort is involved in most every decision this friction pervades our lives and it's natural for that. Increased friction to lead to increased anxiety would might have once been reserved for particularly stressful events and experiences is now well kind of everywhere so today. We're going to be talking about fear and anxiety particularly we're gonna work through a specific experience of anxiety that somebody might have and create a kind of plan start to finish for addressing. that experience. talbot's do that. I'm joined today as usual by. Dr rick hansen. So dad how are you doing today. I'm good and i'm really psyched about this topic This is one of my favorite topics. Yeah i tend to be a little anxious by government and also it's one that's very profound because it gets out what could be called a kind of underlying crime lang zaidi. This hard wired into us as animals in our evolution. Living in the wild you know vulnerable to being attacked on hedin at any moment potentially. So how do we grapple with this. Underlying sense of uneasiness apprehensive nest world is threat level. Orange deep wonderful topic.
The Mysterious Disappearance of Maura Murray
"Without further. Ado i present to you. The case of more murray mars early life more was born on may fourth nineteen eighty two in hanson massachusetts. The fourth child of fred and laurie. She had two brothers an older brother. Fred and a younger brother. Kurt and two sisters kathleen and julie. Both older parents divorced when she was six and moved in with her mother. After her parents split she graduated from whitman. Hanson regional high school where. She was a star athlete on the school. Track team an excellent student. She scored a fourteen twenty on her. Sat and was accepted a west point which the united states military academy where she studied chemical engineering for three semesters she was released from west point on an honor violation for stealing five dollars worth of makeup after her dismissal from west point she transferred to the university of massachusetts amherst to study events prior to her disappearance in november of two thousand three free months before her disappearance maura admitted to using stolen credit card to order food from several restaurants. Discharge was dismissed after three months of good behavior on saturday february seventh two thousand and four two days before her disappearance morris. Father fred awry. Am i to take more a car. Shopping and later went to dinner with mara and whatever friends when they were done with dinner more dropped her father office motel room and borrowed his toyota corolla to return to campus to attend dorm party. She arrived at the party at ten thirty. Pm and left at two thirty the following morning at three thirty that morning one day before she disappeared she struck a guardrail on route. Nine in hadley causing nearly ten thousand dollars worth of damage to her father's car. No field sobriety test was conducted so she went to that party and probably got drunk and started driving. Her dad's car ran into a guardrail. One day before she disappeared and cost ten thousand dollars worth of damage to his core. The cops didn't feel the need to do any kind of sobriety test interesting.
MacKinnon has 2 goals, Avalanche beat Blues, 3-2
"Nathan Nathan mackinnon mackinnon scored scored twice twice as as the the avalanche avalanche knocked knocked off off the the blues blues three three to to two two when when a a couple couple particles particles which which are are huge huge you you know know in in in in games games fast fast if if you you have have a a slow slow start start our our you you know know our our party party wasn't wasn't there there you you know know we we might might you you know know might might be be down down after after the the first first but but we we held held the the lead lead throughout throughout the the game game which which is is important important your your show show Hanson Hanson had had twenty twenty five five saves saves for for his his first first win win for for Colorado Colorado in in his his second second start start since since coming coming over over from from buffalo buffalo in in a a trade trade on on March March twentieth twentieth Gabriel Gabriel Landeskog Landeskog assisted assisted on on both both mechanic mechanic goals goals for for the the avalanche avalanche who who have have gone gone eleven eleven oh oh one one two two in in their their last last thirteen thirteen games games to to take take over over first first place place in in the the west west division division the the blues blues have have dropped dropped five five in in a a row row Mike Mike Hoffman Hoffman and and David David Perron Perron scored scored for for Saint Saint Louis Louis and and Jordan Jordan Bennington's Bennington's and and Jordan Jordan Bennington Bennington stopped stopped thirty thirty six six shots shots I'm I'm Dave Dave very very
Firefighter blocked from helping Floyd returns to stand
"I'm Julie Walker the off duty firefighter with EMT training who tried to help George Floyd as he lay dying we'll be back on the stand for day three in the trial of the former Minneapolis police officer charged in his death Genevieve Hanson one of several bystanders shouting it Derek show then as he pinned Floyd's neck down with Disney cried on the witness stand yesterday and she recounted how she was unable to come to his aid there's a man being killed and I what have I had I had had had access to US a call similar to that I would have been able to provide medical attention Jovens attorney tried to portray the bystanders as a threatening angry mob distracting cops something Hanson rejects I don't know if you've seen anybody be killed but it's upsetting the defense blames Floyd's death on health conditions and drug use audio courtesy court TV I'm Julie Walker
Derek Chauvin Trial: Off-Duty Firefighter Will Return to Stand Tomorrow
"Firefighter will be back on the stand tomorrow in the trial against the former police officer accused of killing George Floyd. Genevieve Hanson testified about yelling at officers to take Floyd's pulse. After Derek show Vin knelt on his neck. Hansen, who was off duty at the time, said no medical assistance was given to Floyd. Even though he was obviously in distress. She was asked what she would have done if she had been allowed to help. I would have requested additional Help. The
Witnesses: Onlooker anger increased as Floyd stopped moving
"Witnesses described their frustration during the second day of testimony in the murder trial of their children the former Minneapolis police officer charged in George Boyd's death witnesses at the trial in Minneapolis describing kept back by police and the feeling of helplessness and growing anger as they pleaded with Derek show open to take his D. off of George plates neck is not what I said is what he said eighteen year old are now a Frazier was one of several witnesses who cried as she testified it wasn't right he was he was stuttering the prosecution buttressed their testimony with multiple videos some of which had never been seen before Minneapolis firefighter Genevieve Hanson happened upon the scene on a day off I would have been able to provide medical attention to the best of my abilities she was upset by the officers failure to render aid and called nine one one and I literally watched not pick the calls not to anything from the trial was provided by court TV I'm Jennifer king
Firefighter who witnessed George Floyd’s arrest testifies
"In the murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Showman who is charged with killing George Floyd. Off duty. Minneapolis firefighter and E M T. Genevieve Hanson happened on the scene while Floyd was under the knee of Derek Chauvet, officer show, Man. Seemed very comfortable with The majority of his weight. Balanced on top of Mr Ford's neck, Man. The news is brought to you
New York Regulator Finds No Fair Lending Violations on Apple Card Applications
"Sachs cleared of bias. New york state review of apple card department found no fair lending violations. I think this was. This goes back to david. Haina meyer hanson d. h. edges. He is tweet to get angry on twitter. Say my wife got a different credit limit. And i did Due diligence. I he just goes right to twitter. In the angriest way possible but everything. Yeah and i'm sorry that the new york state department of financial services has to investigate tweets. But i guess that's the world we live in now The viral tweets the review. I don't like the way he does it. But i'm happy that people investigate to stop because it's important stuff it's just the the methods are often been good ever came out at twitter anyway. I think that it is good. They investigated and you know what yes. They're completely equitable. According to the investigation.
"hanson" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Hanson, Our executive producer, wants to take my phone and throw it down the hall, hoping that he breaks it bad enough that I would have to get a new phone. Well, it's it's it's now It's impinged upon our information. It actually is affecting my job now, which means I will be getting a new phone this weekend. I'll get to that next segment. The shards of glass sticking into your body from your phone wasn't enough. The they tore your flesh. The Soviets ization of modern media will get to that next segment. It's really pretty interesting. Got a couple other stories for you. Um So I assume that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, We're hoping that that interview with Oprah would make their lives better. I don't know how it's what it's done. The United States where do they live? Do they live in the U. S. Or Canada now? Uh, okay. So they probably don't even Kay. I don't. Maybe they do. I don't know. But do they care how people view them in Great Britain, And if they do this interview didn't help. The many. Harry is now upside down in his approval rating. Below 50% a drop of 15 points and just like a month, and his wife is got a 30% approval rating in Great Britain after that interview, so they're not liked in great Britain. Don't know if they care about that anomaly boy, the fawning, fawning American press acting like they're the toast of the world. Just one more example of where if you watch the media gets such a widely distorted view of reality. Yeah. Oh, by the way at the website, we got something kind of cool. If you're into cars, the car that has been deemed the world's most beautiful car by science. They figured this out. We've got a picture of it in hot links. Armstrong and getting calm. Um, the one thing about it, I think I've heard. I think we've talked about this before. There's something called the golden ratio that has been known for thousands of years. We I have that my chest to waste is my biceps, toe glutes and pretty much right on. The golden ratio. This car fits perfectly with the golden ratio of 61.75%. I'm not even gonna pretend that I know what this means. But, for instance, Michael Michelangelo's the creation of Adam the painting on the top of the Sistine Chapel. I have seen that plotting the 14 unique points on that art comes up to that exact ratio. So Michelangelo was aware of the golden ratio. For some reason, it just more pleasing to the eye. Yeah, I want so much and measure the ratio between the gleam of my smile and the sparkle in my eye. That same number. Oh, yeah. Can humans have that and are there's some really hot humans that have that exact ratio of something I wonder? But this Ferrari Monza SP one has got it perfectly, and it is a good looking car. Yeah, probably only look at that it Armstrong and getting dot com under hot links Interesting thing about expensive cars. Don't know if the people who drive them care, but Um I only slightly know how much like expensive cars are worth and every once in a while, I think I want one of those costs. And I did that the other day with a Porsche that I see regularly, and this particular porch was $180,000. Now to me. It's just a Porsche, right? And there are portions that cost $40,000. So I just don't know. I don't know. I don't know. I've never been rich, rich guy car person, so I don't know if it Takes all the fun out of it. If people don't know what your car costs, I have no idea. Your knowledge of watches is vastly better than mine, though you you can recognize an expensive watch, right? I can General could be fake. I wouldn't know that. So low and Porsche guy I feel is trying to be the envy of regular car. Guy Hyeon Porsche Guy is trying to be the envy of Porsche guy because Porsche Guy knows that I can't afford that Porsche, whereas regular car guy though they look into portions, Gotcha. That's that's my assume that's probably right. I think you're probably right. It isn't. Is it? Well, I don't know if it's the Dubai guys buy those cars for other dudes, or for chicks. What would you guess? Because your problems where they drive because it's fun because they're fun. Oh, yeah. There are gas to drive. I've only had the pleasure a couple of times, but Yeah, it's it's so different from the your consumer car experience you just the way it grips the road and everything's just crazy fun. I don't have one. I probably will never get one. But I got a couple of friends or real enthusiasts and They love it. Do chicks dig it? I don't think they care. I don't know. I've in fact, you know, it's funny. I've never even considered that. E think their wives are ambivalent at best. But I don't know. Colonel. I was scared being around a car. That was $180,000. What I got too close to it actually bumped it with my I might get my insurance dropped photo and cost to fix his door. Ding Yet be like the same feeling. You have driving your baby's home from the hospital. You just did. Every moment is terrifying. I don't need that. Maybe you get used to it or you're so rich. You don't care. You'd have to be otherwise parking in the parking lot. I'd be looking through the windows of champagne for my bread in my partner. My car on Lee Crap me the pressure. How bad is our media currently, according to a lefty in terms of the coverage of biting statement You.
Senate rejects Sanders $15 minimum wage hike
"In Needham. Back to Washington for 46, where the effort to raise the minimum wage has had another roadblock. I came back up in the Senate today, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders hoping to get the provisions for that $15 minimum wage back into the cove it relief bill. In his words, Senator Sanders said It was absurd that the Senate parliamentarian told them it can't be done the richest country in the history of the world. We can no longer tolerate millions of our workers being unable to feed their families because they're working for starvation wages. However, the effort did not make it through just 42. Democrats siding with him. The effort inevitably falling short of the 60 votes that was needed to add that to the legislation now, several New England lawmakers actually voted no on this, including both Democratic senators from New Hampshire. That's strange. Shaheen and Maggie Hanson and Main
Accepting Our Needs
"Every one of us has needs. There's no avoiding them when our needs aren't met it's natural for us to feel stressed and worried frustrated and hurt but equally. Sometimes it can be really uncomfortable to accept that we have needs in the first place. And it's common for many people to enter a cycle consciously or otherwise where. They're both frustrated that their needs aren't being met and frustrated at themselves for having needs at all. Today we're gonna talk about needs including importantly how we can identifier core needs get better at accepting those needs and maybe even find some healthy ways to meet the needs of other people. Tell us. do that enjoyed today. As usual by dr cancelled so dad. How are you doing today. I'm actually really good for us. Thanks for asking and some adult children. Stop asking their parents how they're doing so regular opportunity. That's very welcome. If you're a got adult kids you know you'll maybe get a chuckle out of this part and also. Yeah that's pretty real very real and also the subject is enormously interesting in part because it is grounded fundamentally he and three and a half billion years of evolution of life on this planet nets as real as it gets the life and death struggles of all of our ancestors reaching back in an unbroken line of descent of course to the very earliest creatures who somehow managed to live to see the sunrise to pass on genes that passed on. Jane's that became eventually the blueprint for us. Today that's the framework fundamentally for addressing our needs and soda nest. That discussion of needs. That can seem very psychological. A little woo may be in superficial in that. Had profound life and death forging of our capabilities to meet needs. Survival and passing on. Jeans is wonderfully interesting. Yeah so let's kind of talk about that and let's just start there in our book that we wrote together. Resilient we talked about there being three core needs safety satisfaction and connection. You've kind of already done that and your little deduction there but would you mind kind of explaining these briefly including sort of where they come from. We've covered some of this material in the past so we might do this kind of quickly. Great well this notion of the three major needs having to do with safety satisfaction and connection as umbrella terms is fundamental model really in biology and also in psychology and boil down. If you think about yourself maybe. Twenty thousand years ago excluding around the south of france during an ice age trying to avoid sabertooth tigers. You're a hunter gatherer. You're trying to get a meal or yourself. A million years ago in a small hamad band who were able to make fire and manufactured tools with brains roughly half to two thirds of the size of you today even further back about yourself starting to crawl out of the primordial sees three pro izzo well three hundred and fifty million years ago. Your early lizard like creature. It had i- hop scotched a little bit rock. Anyway what are you gonna do. What are you gotta do. What do you need will number one. Don't get don't die today strata. That's a big one number to get a meal. Get fed each some today. Okay so now. We're we're moving the satisfaction satisfaction the then third if you can procreate pass on your genes or fast forward it to stone age humans or us today. Basically don't die today get fed today. Get a hug today That kind of summarizes our needs. And if we don't meet our needs fundamentally especially biologically for a protracted period of time you know what happens for us. i. I have some guesses. You die yeah okay. Yeah so it can get very very real. Yeah for sure. So maybe bringing it into people's experience these days one of the reasons that the pandemic and all of its associated challenges has been so tough for so many people is that in a manner to attacked each of those core needs. It's attacked her. Need for safety because while it's a pandemic it's a deadly virus. It's attack our need for satisfaction because we can't get as many of the things that we used to get and certainly attacked our need for connection where we're more disconnected from people. Were more isolated. We feel more separated. Were doing this through zoom rather than doing it in person you know whatever. Your personal example is the ultimate anchor for meeting needs is raw physical survival so at the ultimate point where potentially dealing with hazards or situations could be in terms of physical body continuing think of that is the most route challenge to the need for safety and we can also be in situations where we starve to death. We cannot access food a lot of hunter gatherers and even agrarians even fairly recently face starvation and even in america today there are millions of people who day to day live with what's called food insecurity and it's estimated loosely that about a billion people worldwide. Go to bed hungry every night. And so this is a real to okay. That's an example in which the lack of satisfaction in a sounds as anchored physically. And we can even say it as well. Socially there's research that shows that certainly in early childhood if infants toddlers who are put into really situations because they're given up for adoption and then they're just languishing and some hospital and nobody touches them for long periods of time or prematurely born infants. Who were not touched. That too can pose a lethal threat but much of the time especially in modern developing countries challenges to the sense of safety tend to be more psychological indicated by feelings of anxiety where anger or helplessness. Those are three big flags challenges to the need for satisfaction that could have to do with accomplishing things or feeling successful or making more money. Being able to access pleasure of different kinds well impediments to the meeting of these for satisfaction are marked by feelings of disappointment loss frustration or immobilization or marked by driven us too extreme and addictions
UCL Trouble for Chelsea?
"Welcome insulation of spnfz down. Thomas during the today by allie. Moreno gotten off coffee. You'll be hitter flags on a big win for you today but we start in the champions leaks good matches. Isn't it coming up over the next couple of days. We'll stop at looking trump. Let's go madrid against chelsea some other. The chelsea as favourite not six to four on to advanced next trying athletics. Eleven to ten men rapids. He absolutely flying in la league the first half of the season they have somewhat just a little bit foreign off. Course levante being very much thorn in that side. You're against on wednesday lost on saturday. Let's welcome shall we. Don't just sit low. Lo look ahead to this game. Say let's start off with a athletic perspective xiaowei. What's going wrong with them. They all right. I think we'll go move the wrong with them. In part was that this was likely to happen at some stage. Although perhaps not in quite this way bear mind. They've now dropped many points in twelve days as they had in the inside season up until that point but is in for full-on collapse in all four games. It's one victory to drills the fate as a site. that'd be on such good full. It was fifty four fifty seven points at fifty fifty seven points in the first half the season that it feels like a glass. I think in a way if you look at the results before this games way they were always on edge there again where they were just about coming through very light winner. You've are weiner out of s for example that going behind much more often than previously remember they concedes remedies minute behind in the entire season. That's not happen more often. They're conceding early goals. They gonna seven games in a row conceding so it was the probably some point tip slightly now not into a full blown crisis but certainly into a situation where they were necessarily gonna mean sign that level incredible efficiency in winning games that they had up until fruitful weeks ago and coming up against a chelsea side. Don still unbeaten under to call but very very ordinary against hanson. Yeah just methodical. The hard sites watch chelsea they get. The job done. Didn't against that in the drawer but they were hard. Watch nothing. thomas tickle early on. I think he's testing these players. Think he's testing. Mentality is testing the players and different systems. Put the weekend. He lasted fifteen minutes and took stripe off again so he didn't work took off the ball put about so it's a chelsea sought while you won't you come on west off whereas the where's the attack and fled just very very methodical. Caffeine phoenix can tighten me. I can't imagine be free flowing ends and talking football full three job so don just call chelsea methodical and if you think of you don't feel like hey look at them they're open. They're attacking they're going to commit number full and so therefore if you have an athletic team that has been struggling to get results and you have a team. That is quote unquote methodical. Then yes you're exactly correct. This is not four three. this is set pieces. This is very tied very tactical certainly in the first leg in which is going gonna make it physical from. They have to get back to that. They've lost a little bit of that and they've lost a little bit of attention to details in the game against the weekend. Golda was not scored by motorists early on. There's the ball over the top from set piece attack and said piece of mind on a mis-clearance goes over fifty yards and morales one one situation against like that doesn't happen against atlantic city. But it's been happening more and more often over the last ten days or so they have to clean up those details and clean those details where you're going to find something that is going to be very very difficult to beat
"hanson" Discussed on The World at Large
"And I know that? Young gentleman want someone who is brave enough to say what they really feel in thank publicly and I wanted a few people I know that we'll do that. Even. At the expense of Ma. Possible. Writing. Career. Has. Trump's presidency further divided his country. I believe Janda Xiao doubt has. I believe he is not the core of the problem certainly in instigator. However without that. So many of us would not have known how band things. Okay. So maybe it was a necessary part of the process. When you comes to reelection. I'm holding say. It he will be the. and. The Biden Kamala will be in all. and. If I had any positive words for your listeners, it be pleased I'm here if a Republican or Democrat, I personally am an independent. Never, ever ever missing election again for the first time in my life, I didn't vote Because I felt like it was voting for the lesser of two evils and so I was going to rise above it. Not Go to. Out, auks biggest mistake ever made him alive. I. Don't think I've been more humiliated that you need decision on made a lot. And I've had a couple of Jesus. So we all need to vote. I believe that. I'm in Harrisville win. Very grateful for the fact that our first female vice president will be. I. Think it's early on I. Think it's time looking forward to it. So, everyone. Get out there vote your conscious. Ms Hanson pleasure having you. Thanks for coming on..
"hanson" Discussed on The World at Large
"So without further ado, please enjoy this episode of Our podcast alarmed by today, we are sitting down with author of racism real reason I left the South Regina Hanson MS, Hanson, how're you doing today? Rain. Hurry guys doing I'm doing great. Pretty good myself. So for those in the audience who have not yet read your book, can you tell us a little bit about it? Absolutely. This is our. It's brave is less than twenty five, thousand words anti initially wrote it. My first thought author is this isn't going to be long enough is it it isn't GonNa be substantial enough. And then I thought about. The fact that our readers are dropping like flies. We don't read as much as we used to, and there's nothing wrong with getting your message out there effectively and efficiently and twenty five thousand words or less. So that's what I did. It starts in nineteen, thirty, six with my father's father being run out of a little town called Georgia. And he was a white male. In. The runs through history predominantly Georgia. In conveys different stories of racism, my parents. Either saw were experienced As, well as what I did in school. Includes a Klan rally in our little small town on Saturday around nine, hundred, eighty six. and. Your stories that are weaved together to give a message that. It's still a problem. We need to overcome it and we can overcome that we can't be blind to it. I really cut my. Myself on a chopping block here. I left no stone. unturned. I questioned myself my own motives, my own weaknesses. When I should have done better when I did. Okay. It's all in there. And I'm very grateful for the fact that the response is opera. See. Have Been. Particularly from the buck community. which was sern. And they said, we really appreciate your honesty and the fact that you dove in headfirst. And left nece terms. Are So. Just. To recap the wide, did you write this book and more specifically what inspired you to write it? Excellent Questions Josh on this campus, my entire life, these stories or festering in my soul if you will right and to give you an idea of how long I'll be fifty in a few weeks. So. These were always there. and. I wanted to put them in a book but I thought author we're to be in a different memoir in a very dear friend of mine from national. Tennessee said to me Gene Abou that turned it named for me. These don't work in the story you're.
"hanson" Discussed on The World at Large
"So without further ado please enjoy this episode of Our podcast alarmed by today, we are sitting down with author of racism real reason I left the South Regina Hanson, Ms Hanson how're you doing today? Rain Hurry guys doing I'm doing great. Pretty good myself. So for those in the audience who have not yet read your book, can you tell us a little bit about it? Absolutely this is in our. It's brave is less than twenty five thousand words anti initially wrote it. My first thought author is this isn't going to be long enough is it? It isn't gonNA be substantial enough. And then I thought about. The fact that our readers are dropping like flies. We don't read as much as we used to, and there's nothing wrong with getting your message out there effectively and efficiently and twenty five thousand words or less. So that's what I did. It starts in nineteen thirty, six with my father's father being run out of a little town called Georgia. And he was a white male. In the runs through history predominantly in Georgia. In conveys different stories of racism, my parents. Either saw were experienced. As well as what I did in school. Includes a Klan rally in our little small town on Saturday around nine, hundred, eighty six. And Your stories that are weaved together to give a message that. It's still a problem. We need to overcome it and we can overcome that we can't be blind to it. I really cut my. Myself on a chopping block here. I left no stone unturned. I questioned myself my own motives, my own weaknesses. When I should have done better when I did. Okay. It's all in there. And I'm very grateful for the fact that the response is opera. See. Have Been. Particularly from the buck community. which was sern. and. They said, we really appreciate your honesty. And the fact that you dove in headfirst. And left nece terms. Are So. Just to recap the, why did you write this book and more specifically what inspired you to write it? Excellent Questions Josh on this campus, my entire life these stories were festering in my soul if you will right and to give you an idea of how long I'll be fifty in a few weeks. So these were always there. and. I wanted to put them in a book but I, thought author we're going be in a different memoir in a very dear friend of mine from national. Tennessee said to me Gene Abou that turned it names for me. These don't work in the story you're.
"hanson" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock
"What's happening in their win? We are as strong as happy as loving and clear as we can ever be. And so what I've done in. My Book is identified seven kind of core qualities That we all experienced one way or another and are really developed. I in the process of what could be called awakening. Broadly across the world's traditions including secular traditions these seven qualities which I'll name and we'll get into and then the book focuses it does. I'm a practical methods guy. on practices. How do you actually practice these ways of being and through practicing them strengthen and stabilize them so increasingly? That's who you are where you go. Yeah I love both that this book in Your Work More. Broadly speaking is really centered in ancient wisdom and modern science. I mean it's such a cool integration of what people have been studying for thousands of years and what we've only more recently been able to explore in the laboratory and that I think just strikes me because this book is so rich both in the ancient philosophy and in the complexities of the modern science. What was it like for you to integrate these two divergent in complicated literatures? Also this is slightly separate question. But I'm curious. How surprised were you to find so many levels of convergence between inch wisdom and modern science while a lot there So as a kind of metaphor drawing background in rock climbing being in the mountains and the opening paragraph of the book talks about an experience I've had in the mountains for a friend WHO's farther path may be a better climber. Maybe someone is more fit the NIAMH. There's a long list of people who more fit than I am. I'm sure but anyway. So my friend turns and when this really sweet gesture beckons me onward with a smile maybe a cautionary note. Watch out for the is. There is a log there you can do it. Quick loafing Hanson. Get up here. Something friendly Up The mountain in much the same way. I think those who have gone as far as you can human potential Saints Sages Teachers and very ordinary people. No one has ever heard of themselves farther up the mountain of awakening turning with that same gesture of welcoming an invitation in an encouragement. And so that's a very fundamental metaphor for me as you approach. The Pinnacle of whatever is possible for human beings in this reality the past converge. And maybe someone began in Jewish tradition. Maybe someone started with second or mindfulness may be someone like myself is really trained in the original teachings of the Buddha whatever your path might be but as you get closer and closer and closer people look more and more light so I want to be clear there. Many routes up the mountain of awake the one that I know well is can is Buddhism Baden roots of Buddhism before it developed further in its Tibetan Chinese Zaman. Pure land streams. So that's the one I'm teaching and I am drawing on the voice of the Buddha as best we now coming to us from twenty five hundred years ago and his contemporaries and it's it's voice of awakening and it's also a voice of a penetrating and completely dareus sad secular psychological analysis of the mind. There's very little metaphysics. There's very little that supernatural In the original teachings of the Buddha it's very direct.
"hanson" Discussed on The 8123 Podcast
"Has been fairly sidetracked by our global pandemic that we're experiencing. Maybe this one is upper houses and it's probably be making any peaches like this. I'm like well. We're we're we're in the process starting to write our next one. We're like how are we going to do this? And so I think later today we're GONNA try and do one of these and try and see if it goes any more seriousness. Creativity is is what we have. Now you know to figure out will be. I've been fairly You know people doing cool streams and stuff like that and. I haven't really done much when I'm going to be doing some stuff later this week and you know the idea that we can do it. We're doing right now and connecting is so nuts owns it. Such future future is think about one day. We'll call each other on video camera and then we'll look at our watches. They'll have a call. We'll Dick Tracy. Aguayo that happened. My daughter just said you know. Hey Siri and then she'd like ordered something from Amazon and she's nine attack that's wild so We're all living in the future. So well speaking of kids so. I just had my first baby one month ago. Actually thank you I. I was curious on how you guys daft to that part in your career. Because I'm the first first one to take the plunge into into that you know and it's something that we're like just now kind of figuring out. Do we divide the tours in half? Put a break in the middle or whatever. What was it a processor adjust You Know I. I can't say that there's a way that that works. I mean it goes back to definitely relationship with your partner with your wife or your your spouse You know I was super young and we just tried to not miss a beat and we'd just like Oh that's not a baby you know like we my wife and I. We were the first half kids on the road. And so our oldest. You know we just let it. We just tried to to be truthful. We kind of started with. Let's act as if this this is not. You know. We're not going to change your life where we're just. GonNa put him on her back and take him on the road and so might you know I just had I was only one married fairly quickly guys remarried but so I think our initial challenge was really just kind of making journal got for each other and I think you know best advice I would suggest that Israeli just instilling confidence in your partner that you know that they you know that you are there equally prioritizing what you do with your family on and I should say that shows how obsessed with what I do you know week says the first marriage is banned you know and now that just having that relationship trust Where you have to give each other a lot of trust to maintain it and then within a big line amick it kind of the way to like. You GotTa look at your guys like. Hey Hey I'm not leaving you. This is a baby this is A. We're still together. I mean it sounds like you guys know a band is very sort of like a marriage you know it is very deep in an air locks and.
"hanson" Discussed on The 8123 Podcast
"I mean maybe some people can't computers might be figuring out right now. Okay so let's see. Yeah that's that's g yet. The Mark Zuckerberg is definitely working on a on an emotional connection generating. You've seen his eyes. He has no emotional next well. That's why he's working on Algorithms. Is this thing relationship for sure? I think we just got personal. A permanent spyware put on our facebook chat. Yes yes man. Yeah it's I think for for US. You know we really kind of went went through these phases where at at first when we put out our first record into independently was like well. Fuck you. We're going to go the complete opposite. We're GONNA make a record that anybody record label would hate and we're just GONNA do whatever we want you know and then over time you kind of come back to your senses a bit and like come back in the in the middle and just WanNa make the best of album possible that your fans are gonna like the band's going to be really really happy with and think it's it's also what younger bands and obviously you've you've been through this way more than us. Having began way before us. But there's just so many ups and downs in this thing where you know. I I read a Neil young quote like the perfect time for band you know he said sometimes I'm an arenas sometimes I'm in club. Sometimes I'm theaters but you just keep going and it's it's GonNa continue to just go up and down and that's been such a thing that bands have Kinda. Come come to us. That will take on tour. You know they`re. They're on their their second or third record for for the first time. Things aren't just going up. It's like beginning to come down to find this kind of e even ground where things are going to be in being content with that but then at the same time still having the the fire to take on the world then you know it took us a while probably until about like for five years ago to be in this place where you can. You can do book. You can be grateful and happy for your audience and build this community and when you go make your next record. Have this fired a think that it's possible that you make the biggest album of of all time agree totally. So what is say? In to spark the conversation. I could go on the subject for her because we have so much as you guys do one of the tricks with this in either one of the secret weapons that it really hard as an artist but I figured I was blessed. I feel blessed to figure this out for myself. Early on is nobody can take away the success of creation from you right and as much as I almost wish it wasn't true I will do all this for nothing. You know you know what I mean. I would do if you left me. I mean that's that's what artists artists would do it. We will do it for nothing. It's not about not about a thou- Ten thousand people net. You WanNa be in front of ten thousand. You want to be in front of a million but you want people to know it you went to matter but both incredible gift and a curse is we all do it for free and it's figuring out how to not tell those that will take advantage of you the true an at the time. It's this incredible like you cannot kill me because we're not doing his you. Could you could steal every song ever recorded. What other tomorrow? You know what you could stop in my tracks. I can still walk onstage in. Share connect with people and. I think that's what I think. Redefining success is that reality that you have an unbeatable Superpower as creator of anything as an idea person as inventor that you can never that can never be taken from you so you know that coming of age is is almost what you're talking about lake accepting almost just like coming into life as a you know through the through the initial honeymoon period and being like yeah I mean. Let's let's be real like there's is most gonna Plateau you know but you know what that was true. That's true in every season is true. Every sees it like that some that you have your your ups and downs and other things are more satisfying than ever like once. You've got some history to once you've got some backdrop then that means a lot more now like that song means so much more today and that than it ever did and that is best satisfaction that you can only get from time. Basically you can get from history. No I mean put that perfectly. That was such a exactly right. It's it's you can't ever There's no faking that feeling of a song being done or the part that made that song specifically the thing that shook your bones the part that will you'll always every time that happens you'll always feel it in there. There's no taking that away doesn't yeah like you said No. Even if no one listened in you you only you are sitting in front of your computer hearing it. You Still GonNa feel the same exact way. So No. You're right which we're basically saying we're all narcissists and so that was amazing. But they're like really. Is this kind of like when you're at ten PM and you've been working on a song all day and you're you're hearing it back for the first time in it feels like a complete thought and you're you know there's just no better feeling world than hearing this idea that came from something re recorded on a voice memo and you're hearing it and it feels like. Wow this is better than I could have ever imagined. That's that's especially beautiful at like. Ooh Yeah Menu Scott for dinner and you hate it at that point. This is really awful. This is a horrible song and.
"hanson" Discussed on The 8123 Podcast
"Friends and really cool. You do this and yeah obviously I mean for all of us right now. We're all spending a little more time sitting in front of the screen so it made your as well to make it happen. But I think it's red you guys are doing it and We we've always been really kind of Pro just direct content creation community cultivation. So I just think it's yet cool to hear what you guys haven't mind compensation for sure. Yeah you know I was. I was thinking before. We're GONNA do this and you know there's there's always like a couple of different paths in your career as a band. Where like you can go down one path or the or the other and For for us After our second record we were so sick of being on a major label and just wanting to rebel and make any album that we felt fit at the at the time and we turned it into the the label and they were like absolutely not. We'RE NOT GONNA put this out so we like thought for a year and a half to get the record out and heard to our fans. That was the moment where you know since. Then that's like ten or eleven years ago. Now we've we've done everything you know completely independently and it's just us in our heart manager. That are doing everything. We've now put out six records on our own and seems like you guys kind of had that same kind of thing happened where it's like you can either continue to fight against the machine or take things into your own hands you know. Yeah and I think it's awesome having this conversation because we absolutely exprienced very similar things and I I think Like so many situations not just for bands but for for life and then also just especially I think in entrepreneurial endeavors where you're building thing from ground up which is a band is your band is basically your your creative entrepreneur right..
"hanson" Discussed on The 8123 Podcast
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"hanson" Discussed on The 8123 Podcast
"Have Taylor Hanson Who's the singer of of Hanson thing? I think the main singer Yep Yeah my yeah my girlfriend called him the really honky one not used extremely Hunkin so this is the first episode. We've done with somebody that we didn't know. Yeah in we met over Zoom Zoom Chat. Yeah yeah I think kind of without knowing it. We both kind of done a lot of the same things as a band And you'll hear us into it and I think if you're a fan of our our band Hearing him talk is going to sound like one of us Because we agree a lot on how to go about things how we want to treat the fans and how we wanna make.
"hanson" Discussed on The 8123 Podcast
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"hanson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Worth money matters got Hanson playing I'd like to be part of the second lead to take your call and we appreciate taking calls just about anything financially related particular event has to do with retirement or I may be looking for a second opinion the most recommending some strategy or one if it makes sense or the pitching you some financial product and you're wondering she does that make sense to you by the way if you're talking you're talking a financial adviser and you're trying to solve a problem and they lead with the product run away yeah run away I mean understanding the the the problem is trying to be solved and coming up with a couple different solutions that should be the first step products are tools to fix problems yeah so anyway to join the program eight three three ninety nine worth and we are in Sacramento California talking with Mike Mike you with all words money matters hello John I might yes so three one is that the looking control the a bunch of retirement accounts and so I've got a simple IRA that has the the Pacific life portfolio group opposition growth and nobody yet and when I talked to the one one place the money as far as consolidated at the liquidator surrender the enemy with the first news in simple IRA that I haven't looked at or touching base thing going for for a decade or more so how long network which how long is this simple ones lesson you put money into the simple annuity it's been over ten years okay and were you self employed you work for small company that offered I'm self employed okay okay so what's your question for us so so he brought the issue of surrender costs and he said the vehicle like ten percent so that one percent surrender crosses doesn't make any sense to move at all I mean I can't I met did what's the name of the annuity for life yeah but what what is it like like the what's it called four holy opposition wrote a note look what portfolio optimization growth how could you go wrong exactly turn on a console person underperforming the market but obviously the the fees on or or more access to the just do you have so I'm sure try to understand if this is a variable annuity which we think it probably is yeah it is a variable annuity yeah okay so you have some other investment options within their you can make changes if you want it's not an equity index annuity that car it does it on you know I I have places in this I've been ignored for years right the scene some ups and downs in yes okay so it's probably a variable annuity and with my guess there's no surrender charge on it at this point time yeah the risk is minimal then does the all you can call I mean the the adviser that actually told you that that's what we did was kind of lazy I make is typically variable annuities typically have a surrender charge of seven maybe eight years and Pacific lives a big company fairly reputable company I'm at the they don't have a lot of garbage products that might they have some expensive products that have a lot of garbage products out there like some of these other insurance companies that and so their products are designed in such a way that they're not going to be fifteen years surrounded charger twenty year surrender charges like you might see from some equity index annuity so the fact that this is been around this long you haven't safely on your statement we'll tell you what the yeah how you is in even have to call here in my guess is my guess is there is no surrender charge on this he you're the adviser what who was right now the only small was this yes how much to them yeah the value of it yeah sixty seven thousand dollars so my guess is that that that that the adviser is just being lazy it's weird that just being lazy it was it in that was the big discount firm that you're talking to will start I will provide you look look you got to go find another adviser you start in with them yeah you start a relationship with that that right you should make a life by consulting on the guy said well give me the money but you do all the work and I'm going to throw out a car radio show I'm gonna spew some answers that may or may not be right by the way you could get if you if you have any of my advisors was sitting across a table from you and giving you advice and they answered like that I would go ballistic and by the way our advisors are supposed to listen to the and the reason is is because it's on your state when I try to pitch our from verses and I'll versus but you're not you're you're it's strange it sums arrange me when you go to someone's I'm trying to solve the it counts and there's a sixty seven that that's meaningful any account I don't have a six hundred box you know we'll work hard for money right it didn't I don't I'm assuming you didn't weren't born on third base and every dollar you Scott save you work hard and you save hard for those dollars and sixty seven thousand dollars is not a small account and it's important to you and it's important to retirement and the fact that he was just flip and said it's good might be to spike in cost up to ten percent which is by the way if I was a betting man I would say it cost you zero yeah I would too and all you gotta do is pick up there's an eight hundred number on there call the eight hundred number if it's not on your statement this and it should be on that statement it was a surrender value okay yeah any other questions for spike it was basically like them looking consolidate and that was the one thing that come from there is you know just in an equity index funds and the reason you have here's my guess is the reason you have this set up is will ever set up you have it in an annuity is whoever set up the simple IRA back in the day yes you are making yeah eight thousand dollars your deposits or whatever and the the challenges what ends up happening is the financial adviser says how may I get paid on something so small and they sell you a product that has a relatively high commission on that's right yeah and not know that I'm a more knowledgeable about yeah I know it's a fairly expensive propagate into yeah I mean there were times when the there were some they had some features that made some sense or did these guaranteed minimum income benefits back in the day but this probably doesn't have one of those on there but it it may it may have a guarantee of of of guaranteed income of eighty or ninety thousand dollars in your adviser should move it at all okay right do you know if there's any guaranteed benefits now I know it's yeah you've started a relationship with a with a firm that did that well don't blame the firm okay you start a relationship with the gentleman or lady that works at the firm that isn't is this in effect you pack and on this one yeah complex products out there they're all very complex it does you good point though this thing at the guaranteed minimum income benefit it may make sense for Mike to keep it and might might say well I want to consolidate it in the adviser would say well good for you you can consolidate if you want but if it has these guarantees on if you've already paid form it may make sense for you to continued on that's right and what happens there is the adviser will get paid on that because it's held outside their firm but who cares but you can't write but that's a discussion that the adviser should actually be having with you yeah and do the analysis you simply call on a radio show if you engage an adviser to ask these questions like although we appreciate the call I'm glad you call right yeah all righty it it it's it's really for a little bit of a departure on scene yes it's enough yeah it is it should have and I hope that advisers listening to the show thank you very much adviser the salesman is what it sounds like going to the doctor and saying my god for your physicals that hurts when I raise my arm and they say we can't deal with that without even running you do another expert although I would infer physical weeks ago and unfortunately the docks from there who is that I have this baby excel and right away you site okay the market like Amir for a physical body you have to talk about the fifth we did talk about it nice enough that we got around my medical my physical which I was there read on is it is easy I like the guy but like later on in the in the conversation will talk about your poor full you have a have a even given my about is what I want my help me deal there are those that are maybe when they're not but it but the thing about we will route will real against products sometimes on here and a lot of a new issue just bad products that's a lot of bad and a lot there are a few out there that are okay and some of the older ones maybe there's some I had a client years ago he he had a fixed anyway he was a retired teacher he bought this thing maybe it started in the seventies unit cell until someone has sold a total right but it had a guarantee on in my five percent you why would you get rid of that I said we're not getting rid of this it's a guaranteed five percent on your save money that's when you're most conservative money insurance company wants you to get rid of of course they don't losing money on but my guess makes no sense to get rid of this at this point yes what you leave what's the best choice then probably not but it turned out okay he would make more money if it was something else over there but the fact is at this stage in his life we said let's keep this in place well we'll manage around it but will use this as a a good bond equivalent it's five percent many people would love to have that is the fact is there are sometimes even we hear it you hear us talking about or same thing with life insurance products we're not a big fan of whole life universal life but there are times when we see these products the people had ordered that makes sense to keep order some of these newer asset based long term care life insurance policies may it makes sense especially if they could cover to people and you have liquid cash just understand what you're buying the problem is most people can't tell good from bad so we say the new these are in general bad stay away from home but when you go in for a financial adviser and you've got some some things that you sold at a very minimum the the I mean there are times when someone bag some all come in they they bought some non traded read years ago we can't can we know nothing about the thing we can't find the price on it because there's no market there's nothing in the prospectus that will tell us the price there's nothing there but on the on in any kind of a new city you know what the surrender charges you can say it had this stop in a radio so I would have actually gone to the Google and look at our Google and what if the line well it's not hard to get a hold of the car company happy there anyway all right contact number eight three three ninety nine worth to be part of our program and we're talking with Steven northern California Steve you're with all worth money matters I'm good morning guys yeah hi my question my question is involves the use of five twenty nine college education programs okay my wife and I are in our late sixties when we have a new one year old granddaughter and we would like to sponsor of five twenty nine former and make a regular contributions to it in some form and we agree on how this works out I've gone on to my bank and I've gone to a couple of my account and and you know it's pretty confusing I was hoping that maybe you guys could give guidance towards properly navigate the the.
"hanson" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?
"Ooh so i was friends with somebody who worked at tips and tricks and they got a review copy of thrill. Oh kill which was a playstation one game. Oh yes hold right before it was public. Remember this and it was a fighting game with like sexual violence in it. Mike oh i think about that game and like i think like the rom has been leaked since man but it was like re- it was like one of those like oh we're so oh crazy and we're so vulgar on purpose oh yeah like like a prostitute yeah dominatrix rape and like a it dude in a head knives for hands and there was a lot of fatalities race that i guess. I didn't really have a story there but you got to play it. That's the story. I got to play. Eh there was definitely an era. I feel like in fighting games where they were the other one. I remember was it time killers. We may have discussed time killers in the pod before but yeah there were but there was a time when it was just like after mortal kombat originals like oh who can make the most violent one of these and that's what you were eternal champions. That was the one that somebody sand seen fatalities ladies <hes> <hes> yeah that was a man that one felt really adult like i didn't let my parents watch me play eternal champion. No i'm seriously it was really really. Graphic is playing video fucking loser <hes> we ended up with questions on our social media at h._d. T. g. pod at h. T. t. g. p. pod over there. It's hard to say i'm sorry. It's okay it's okay h._d. T. g. p. pod nice hit us up on our social media. If you have anything for the question block doc or in general you wanna you wanna suggest a game. We're happy to hear him <hes> and <hes> and <hes> hey. I guess that'll do it for our techno. Cop episode aaron hanson. Thank you for joining us. Thanks for having. I mean well. What would you like to plug it this time plug. Oh i don't know what's it more of this podcast. It's a great podcast yours. Oh they're already listening listening oh but like they should do more though they could be doing better. It's going to be over and there's more episodes. You could be watching. Thanks man. I dunno game grabs youtube dot com games. Go check that out. Hey.
"hanson" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?
"In one thousand nine hundred and is super duper violent. That's right. That's probably the thing that people remember most most about it. That is super violent and it's and it straddles two genres and to help us discuss this. We've got a great gas nanometer comedian musician from game gums and star. Tom ego raptor. Ak aaron hanson thrilled aaron. Thanks for having me. I'm very excited. I was i was giggling earlier because when you loaded up the playlist of the sound effects that i suppose you're going to play on the top. One was slurp one hundred percent like my first note bringing. I bet that noise. Can we get a taste of slurp real quick. This is the sound that plays when you pick up an item in techno cop keep in mind. You're not like a yoshi like creature that is taking things up with your mouth or you're wrong. You are a human squatting to the ground and using your limbs technological. Oh cathy no copy. Yeah you're right. That's absurd of android hybrid. I mean if my hand is wet enough. It'll make that sound one pick up anything not just and it's not just that you're picking stuff up to. It makes that noise for a couple of other things. I think there's some characters that if you kill or if you like go through certain door they'd makes that noise as well yeah. It's like the net gun the every other time. We'll do it for every other time. Yeah it was pretty inconsistent. I never used the net gun so so i had no idea it on the ones that you had to capture like the final guys but i don't think i paid attention to the sound it was making. It's a very funny animation. Let's see somebody covered in india. Also i don't actually have a net those guys. I think you can kill him and still get the bounty. We'll discuss discuss that in a second as i want to talk to you about a couple of things before we get into techno cop aaron a you are you game. Graham says your company ah developer and publisher of a recent game that i happen to love. We talked about this a little before the podcast but dream daddy can i just i know this is something that i'm you've no doubt outdoor disgusted a number of forms beforehand but just for my personal never talked about it once. You've never talked about dream. Daddy never.
"hanson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Hanson maths, Felicity Huffman, and Laurie Laughlin face the music and a judge in federal court in Boston. A mainstay trooper killed when a truck loses its wheel on the highway leaves behind a wife and baby. Boy, we also learned that trooper Ben Campbell is a native son of easthampton, Massachusetts. The Trump administration tonight is facing yet another lawsuit this time from six days and the district of Columbia. Why? School lunch is at the heart of this one the administration lowered the nutritional standards for the nation's school lunches the suit claims the USDA weakened children's nutrition standards in school lunches and ignored input from congress in the public in two thousand seventeen the Trump administration rolled back Obama era rules aiming to increase grains, fruits and lean protein while cutting sugar fat and sodium the suit says low income and minority children are disproportionately affected by the school lunch changes that is CBS's Steve Dorsey in Washington and last year, an estimated thirty million children were part of the USDA school lunch program. It provides low cost and free lunches and breakfasts in public schools. Today's students across the nation took part in kick butts day, this is about not smoking tobacco and e cigarettes and here in Massachusetts more than two hundred teen. Marched across the Boston common to the state house. That's where health and Human Services Secretary, Mary Lou Sutter's spoke about anti tobacco efforts. The good news. New data from Morgan Stanley shows. Fewer Americans are smoking smokes figures out today show that cigarette sales fell a percent in February and another nine percent in March the twentieth. Drop in a row. Electronic smokes are not necessarily any healthier for you. As we've been learning. Lisa Carter tonight with new concerns about vaping the food and Drug administration is investigating reports of people suffering seizures after vaping the FDA announcing Wednesday they've received thirty five reports of mainly kids and young adults who had a seizure while using an e cigarette between twenty ten at early this year. The agency ads is unclear if the use of e cigarettes can be linked to the seizures saying it doesn't have enough detail to sabotage a clear pattern or cause for these incidents. The FDA is also figuring out how to regulate the use of the non intoxicating cannabis derived compound known as CBD in consumer products. A public hearing is scheduled for next month to talk about how to develop a regulatory framework for this oversight FDA Commissioner. Dr Scott Gottlieb said in a statement that it's important to build quote lawful pathways by which approach create products containing cannabis or cannabis derived compounds can be Mark. Fitted and made more predictable and deficient Gottlieb says there are still a lot of questions about the safety of CBD products. And that it's important to get answers to those questions in order to help the FDA figure out the best way to regulate them. Well, speaking of cannabis infused products one Boston chef is trying to create an extra chill experience. David Yussef zodda of cloud creamery is proposing making marijuana infused ice cream for hospitals and medical marijuana. Dispensaries?.
"hanson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Welcome back to Hanson mcclain's money matters, Scott Hanson here. Pat McClain glad you're with us as we're talking financial stuff. Yeah. Welcome back to the second half. And if you missed the first half and have to go back and listen to the podcast and our podcast listener ship, by the way grows each and every. Week. We we think that's what the they tell us tell us. That's what the stats. Tillerson indicates if you don't get it through podcast yet. And you listen to podcasts. I and if you don't listen to podcasts, by the way. We all have we all listened to our first Pat podcasts at one point in time. Probably within the last five years. Yes. Or are relatively new to the podcast thing. Yes. And if you yet to listen to a podcast, we have a little video tutorial on our website that teaches you how do you actually set up the podcast? And that's I do my actually my my kids. That's all get in the car. That's all they listen to his podcast or podcast. I listen to some of my daughter. I drove my daughter back the holidays. Okay. Over the two she lives in Denver. But she got herself a dog. Okay. Graduate school now. Okay. What kind of dog? Is it a big dog? She said, it's a lab mix. It's a giant pit bull is this duck. But yes, big done. Okay. So she can't fly with this. Right. So she I drove her both ways I flew out to Denver to get my twenty two year old daughter. You're twenty three you're highly practical, Scott, I've known you for years, and you're one of the most practical people practice with me to fly to Denver. Have my daughter picked me up at the airport and getting their car and drive sixteen hours. I don't think it's practical that your daughter has a dog in grad school. I didn't have any choice. Didn't get the dog. She gets an I found after the matter. What am I gonna do? You've got kids that are young adults. Yeah. Drive. My wife cried when she got the dog. Did she really baby you realize if we're going to see your daughter? Dogan? That's the way it goes. Listen to this radio show where she find out that you mentioned that on the air. I'm not going to mention the fact that when the dog was over something happened to detail, and it was bleeding the tail, but it's super healthy dog tail. Stop. This is a financial talk show. Okay. We're gonna take some sticks of call said show. We listen to number podcast in between. For some reason. She's got an into hip hop. I don't mind, John, rob, the style of the music. Some of the lyrics. Oh, yeah. They swear not just a little it's gratuitous. How do you really want to fill your brain with this stuff? It's gratuitous. I don't get it. Totally. It's silly. Frankly, it's like does that make you because you get to use these words in in rhyme? Does that make you a lot of these words you can't you you couldn't play him on the radio? I couldn't say I couldn't actually state them. I don't know if you can sing along McKinney. You can. The word that I can't even. Yeah. That anyway, why did we are talking about podcast, and that's how we've? That's frustrated. My daughter puts me sixteen hours. The listening to rap music on the way in Denver. That sounds like an incredible Christmas every every other word gratuitous, and I'm just trying to be a good dad is not telling how to live her life. So I left her in Reno. Great city for work. Out. Well, foreign radio. Young woman doing something. I said to her daughter. There's nothing wrong with taking a bus from Reno to Denver where you live. It's the window C to America. All right. Let's the get the golf your one triple eight. We find ourselves entertaining. That's the point on triple eight to Hanson is the number here. One AAA two H A N S O N we are in the bay area. Talking with Dirk Durkee with hansonmcclain. Hey, thank you for taking.