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Fresh "Hollis" from Sports Talk with Jason and Ed
"Well, he was refusing to come on the show because he didn't have good answers to the tough questions he would on Lee Go where people would kiss his ass. And so if you had a tough question He would not come on your show if he came on your show. When you asked him a tough question, he would never come back and understand. The tough question. Isn't thie initial question? Because my my deceased wonderful dog Reggie could handle the toughest question you put out there. By ignoring it. The tough question is the follow up in anybody who asked Polish tough follow up questions never gets him back again. That was too high a price for me to pay, so I just saw very quickly. What was going on with him. He was selling out Colorado during Cove ID in order to try to preserve in advance his national political interest. And then, unfortunately, the vast majority of the media some noble exceptions we've talked about the vast majority of the media rolled over form because they decided they could not afford to lose their access to Jared Polish during the time of a pandemic, so instead they were willing to go out there and show for him. And and that's beyond sad. 855058255 is no matter how well it was done. Unfortunately, some people were going to die because of this pandemic and because of what China did with it, no matter how good How well any governor did any president did some innocent people were going to die, But it didn't have to be anywhere near this number, not in Colorado. Hollis was handed every natural advantage coming in. We were essentially an island an island when it came to covert. Look where we're at on the map. We're not up against any East Coast or West Coast or even a Gulf Coast were right in the middle of the country were surrounded by low population states that had very low Covad numbers. The only way cove it was getting in here in any real significant way. Was by here. That's how the first covert cases got here in Polish knew it. They're identified. The first covert cases are identified and everything is sprung from that, but he allowed unlimited numbers. Tens of thousands To flow into Colorado from covert hot spots. Also, Jared Polish would have a better chance nationally. Politically. How sick is that?.
"hollis" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani
"You might be watching this on youtube but if you could see the video right now, you'd see that I have the remarkable Rachel Hollis with me. So Rachel welcome to mind valley. Oh. My Gosh. Thank you so for having me. And Rachel people who don't know who you are. Let me give a quick introduction. So firstly, Rachel, book is currently number four on the Amazon charts and the only people ahead of her is Mariah Carey Ted Cruz, and then the happy in a hurry cookbook. Rachel's Book is number four. Amazon. Right. Now, and the book is called didn't see that coming loved that title in fact, all her books have got the most incredible titles ratio gained her popularity she kind of burst into the scenes in twenty fifteen when she posted a picture of a self. In, a bikini with stretch marks and what she said was this I've stretch marks nowhere bikini. I have a belly that's permanently flabby from carrying three giant babies and I wear a bikini. My belly button is saggy and I wear a bikini and that posts for so natural. It was so real it got something like three, hundred and twenty, five thousand. Like some facebook ten million views and it just exploded ratio and made her sort of a pop culture icon suggests celebrating being yourself. So that's just so call. Now Mitchell went onto write a number of truly remarkable books. The first one was girl wash your face, and then there was girls stop apologizing she became a motivational speaker she was all over TV. She founded a company called the Hollis Company, which is about people living their best lives and INC magazine voted her as top thirty entrepreneurs under thirty. So Rachel and her company exists to on people with the tools to make positive and lasting changes in their life. She has a podcast called a rise podcasts. So please go check that out brise podcasts. Search for that on I tunes in. Please open up Amazon right now and search for didn't see that coming I don't have to tell you how to spell that. The book is number four and there's a reason it's number four. It is a ridiculously good book go ahead and added to your shopping cart and we are about to get started Rachel Welcome. Thank you. There's like a funny correction that I like to do because I think it's a really powerful piece of information for anybody who's a dreamer who setting goals for themselves. Most people say that my first book was grow wash your face. which came in two thousand, eighteen gross your face was may sixth book. I like to tell that because I think it's really important for people to understand that there were five books that came out before that one that nobody cared about while that post went viral in twenty fifteen I had been working for eight years prior to that on riding on communicating on my blog on social media, and so I think it's a really powerful thing to remember for whatever it is that you're pursuing in your life. oftentimes, it really is this entire journey. It's kind of like you're an overnight success after a lifetime of working at something just always loved to correct that because I think it's important for people here. My first book was not wildly successful my first book nobody cared about. I love that Rachel. That is such an important lesson because I did not know that either I thought you just burst onto the scene I had no idea that you put so much time so much hot work not only was it your six book and not your first but that you were already on facebook motivating people sharing inspiration before for that one post, Gut ten, million US absolutely, and I think most people that I know a lot of time success looks like that it looks like your kind of chipping away at something for a very long time, and then you get some great traction and then chipping away again and then you get some great traction on my. Team. We always describe it as this idea of chopping down a tree and I believe that any tree no matter how big it is can be chopped down if you strike it enough times and so my crew truly is the story of just chipping away at something until eventually you can get it to start moving in the direction you're hoping that will that's fantastic. His doubt quality about you that I think is why you have so many fans I, fully on instagram tells you instagram so the audience can follow you. It's Ms. Rachel. Hollis. So Ms Rachel Hollis, which is my name on most social platforms. INSTAGRAM is my favorite. So what does this keep fucking going post about? Serious. Yeah. So that was something when we went into, you know twenty twenty, I think like most people we started as a company just so excited, you know twenty twenty was golden year twenty twenty. We had this twenty twenty vision and who are we going to be and we started to your really strong and you have to know that the bulk of my revenue for my company comes from live events and so we had our first live event. January. We were like business. Amazing. It's so exciting. And had our second one the very first week of March which I realized in fact towel freaking lucky. We were to have that right when it was and then we got back from Toronto and it sort of the world kind of fell apart and here in. Austin. Where I'm base, we went into quarantine as a company and that was so scary I. Mean I know people all over the world that was so scary because we didn't know what was going to happen and I was so hyper aware of this team of sixty people who were counting on this company for a paycheck and you know to support their. Families. Have Health Insurance, and so that felt very scary to me and my cfo and I would me every single week sometimes every single day and just okay. What are we going to do? How are we going to pivot? What's the plan you know? Can we do a virtual event like we just all sorts of ideas and no matter how hard it has been and it has been hard no matter how scary? No matter how unsure we just keep fucking going residual each other we say to our team maybe we'll have a neon sign made and I think it's just a beautiful kind of call to arms of. You'RE GONNA have times in your life that are hard and this is a really important thing to touch on. Because right now, if you look on social media, everybody is talking about twenty twenty I can't wait till twenty twenty s over one hundred, twenty one as if all of our problems are going to go away at midnight on New Year's Eve. Or let's say that magically you could wave a wand and our problems would go away at midnight on new. Year's Eve. You're presupposing that this is the last hard season. You're ever going to have like here's where we need to shift our mindset. Twenty twenty is not the last hard thing you will live through for the rest of your life you are going to encounter loss and grief and crisis in the future you don't know win, but that is what it is to be human, and so we have this really rare opportunity right now to teach ourselves in a difficult time period in this time of fear and people have lost jobs and they've lost companies and they've lost family members that they love. You have this opportunity to use this. To figure out how do you personally deal with hardship? How do you handle pain? How do you keep showing up? Even when it's awful how do you keep fucking going because I'll tell you right now that if you can do that in this year, you're untouchable forever if you can find a way to keep doing what you need to do and keep reaching for the version. Of yourself that you wanna be even when it's awful for the rest of your life, you get to look back on twenty twenty and you get to remember you know what I thought that you're was gonNA knock me down. I thought that was GONNA be the end of me but I am.
Ghosts in Your Bedroom?It's Probably Sleep Paralysis
"While come back the savvy psychologist I'm your host Dr Jade Woo. Every week will help you meet life's challenges with evidence based research, a sympathetic ear and zero judgment. Today we look at the freaky phenomenon of sleep paralysis and experience that has inspired ghost stories and Ilian abduction conspiracies. Fortunately. There's a scientific explanation for why it happens and also ways to prevent it. Different Cultures have explained frightening experience called sleep paralysis in various different ways. And Brazilian folklore a crowned with long fingernails lurks on the roof and tramples on sleepers chests. In Japanese mythology vengeful spirits come to suffocate their enemies while they sleep. For Canadian, Eskimos, it's a spousal Shamans, paralyze a sleeper while giving them vivid hallucinations. And in Contemporary American culture sleep paralysis has taken on the mythology of alien abductions. Sleepers wake up unable to move seeing or feeling the presence of aliens or at least shadows in the room while experiencing zapping sensations and a feeling of suffocation. But it turns out that all of these symptoms describe sleep paralysis, asleep disorder, or symptom of a sleep disorder that temporarily alters a person's mobility perception thinking and emotional state during that weird transition stage between sleeping and waking. Sleep rouses surprisingly common almost eight percent of the general population has experienced it at least once. But if you're a student or someone with a psychological diagnosis, your chances of experiencing, it goes up to almost one in three. But rest assured sleep paralysis is usually harmless especially if it only happens rarely. But why does it happen at all? When should you worry about it and how can you prevent sleep paralysis? While, let's start with a little bit of sleep science. The paralysis part of sleep paralysis actually happens every night when you sleep even though you're usually not aware of it that's because of a special type of sleep called rapid eye movement or REM sleep. Rem Sleep is often referred to as a stage of sleep that takes up twenty to twenty five percents of your typical night. It occurs in a few chunks mostly during the second half of the night. During Rem your brain is very active the electrical signals from the brain look almost the signals has when you're awake. This is also when most dreaming happens along with a lot of emotional processing that the brain does behind the scenes. But importantly, your body is immobilized during rim. Other than the is moving around lots hands the rapid eye movement your muscles lose muscle tone. This is your body's way of preventing you from acting all your dreams, which is a good thing because otherwise you may be running of the room or punching your bed partner while you sleep. So every night during rem you are paralyzed while you hallucinate and process emotions. Usually you don't realize is happening because you're asleep but sometimes when the veil between sleep and wake becomes really thin and you find yourself straddling both worlds of wakefulness and rem sleep at the same time. That's where sleep paralysis can come out. Because suddenly you're awake and paralyzed while you hallucinate an process emotions. Often, this also comes with a racing heart fear and sometimes even a feeling of impending death or doom. The sensation collapse a few seconds to a few minutes though seconds or minutes can feel like a long time when you're scared out of your wits, no wonder people around the world have mistaken sleeper Hollis's for demonic attacks. The good news is that sleep paralysis is usually harmless is simply a temporary snafu and asleep wake brain system that Phil. To transition you completely from sleep to wake. If only happens rarely to you you don't need to worry. But for some people sleep paralysis is more frequent. They're more prone to it or more at risk for it than the average person. So, who are these people and why are they more prone to sleep paralysis? Let's start with narcolepsy asleep wake disorder that is rare and complicated but primarily, a disrupts ability to stay awake and sleep paralysis can be one of the symptoms. An, along with paralysis narcolepsy often also comes with hallucinations when you're falling asleep this is called hip hip jake host nations suddenly falling asleep or losing muscle tone during the day and having poor nighttime sleep quality. If you experience these symptoms along with being just really sleepy, you should ask your doctor for referral to asleep study. Another group of people who are prone to sleep promises is people with anxiety and trauma related disorders including panic disorder generalized anxiety, disorder, social anxiety, or death anxiety, and having experienced trauma or having post traumatic stress disorder or PTSD also can make you more likely to have sleep promises.
How to FINALLY Write That Book!
"Hi. I'm Rachel Hollis and this is my podcast I spend so many hours of every single week reading and listening to podcast and watching youtube videos and trying to find out as much as I can about the world around me, and that's what we do on this show we talk about everything life and how to be an entrepreneur what happened to dinosaurs? What's the best recipe for fried, chicken, what's the best plan for intermittent fasting? What's going on with our inner child house therapy working out for you whatever it is my guests are into I want to unpack so that we can all stand. These are conversations. This is information for the curious. This is the Rachel Hollis podcast. So. I will start off by saying I. Not a trained professional I. AM someone who has achieved a great amount of success in this particular field but I just want you to keep in mind that this is learned. This is like on the job learning. This is not something that I learned officially in school. So I am not going to advise you on grammar or or any of that I'm just going to give you nuts and bolts where to begin and where I suggest you begin is with word count now. Maybe right now you're like wait don't start with a character don't I start with yes. Of course you do but I can't help you figure out what you're supposed to write about. Those of us who are dreamers for those of us who want to be authors for those of us who are writers coming up with ideas was never the problem, right? Like it's not a problem what you want to say it's a problem trying to figure out how to get it down or how to get as much of it down as you need. So I am assuming that you already have a vision for what it is you want to write about. and. Then you're next very practical goal is what is the word count now that is something I never heard of until I actually started writing for real and what I will tell you if you're not familiar with this, is that every genre so if you're writing nonfiction if you're writing a cookbook, if you're writing a children's book or fiction anything that you are writing has an industry standard for what the word count is. Something like my cookbooks have a pretty low word count let's say I don't know thirty five. Thousand words because there are so many pictures in it my fiction books, the Word Count was ninety thousand words my nonfiction sixty, five, thousand. So the reason that you need to start with word count is that you need to know what you were going to have to turn in to a publisher or agent in order to be considered legit. So super practical piece of advice is understand what is the word count you are aiming for, and I can't tell you how many times acquaintances reach out to me because they WANNA. They WanNa right there I booker they're excited to star and they're like. Writing Nonfiction and they're like I am so excited I have written two, hundred, thousand words I mean it is just pouring out of me. I cannot wait for the world to see what this is and I'm just like, oh no. I for sure not going to be the one to tell them that. Nobody wants to read a first time author writing nonfiction turning in two hundred, thousand words nobody and right now you're like, no no. But nope, you gotTa Trim that down my friend or some of you are really excited and you wrote a fiction book and. It's fifteen thousand words. It's nowhere near Ninety, and in that instance, maybe you're creating novella or maybe you're creating a short story and all of this presupposes that you are wanting a book by traditional publishing means I guess I should have started their. If your plan is to self publish girl, you write whatever you wanNA write you write a nonfiction book that's three hundred thousand words. You write a fiction book that's one hundred words you get to do you. But if you wanna go the traditional route, then you need to play by some of their roles especially when you're first starting.
2 Men Indicted in 2002 Killing of Run-Dmc's Jam Master Jay
"Squad has been handling the investigation of the murder of run D. M. C. G deejay Jam Master Jay for the better part of two decades. Yesterday. According to Steve Kastenbaum, two men were indicted for his killing. The murder of jam Master Jay, the pioneering deejay from the rap group Run DMC had gone unsolved for nearly 18 years. On Monday, a federal grand jury in New York indicted two men for allegedly shooting Jason Mizell at a recording studio in Jamaica, Queens. Just minutes from the Hollis neighborhood that run DMC called home. The U. S attorney claimed that his killing was in retaliation for dispute over drugs Jam Master Jay created two beats behind hits like It's Tricky Christmas and Hollis and the collaboration with Aerosmith on Walk this way. Steve Kastenbaum, New York My
Jam Master Jay Death: 2 Indicted In 2002 Shooting Death Of New York Pioneering Rap Group Run-DMC’s DJ
"But two men have finally been indicted in the murder of jam Master Jay in Queens. The murder of jam Master Jay, the pioneering deejay from the rap group Run DMC had gone unsolved for nearly 18 years. On Monday, a federal grand jury in New York indicted two men for allegedly shooting Jason Mizell at a recording studio in Jamaica, Queens. Just minutes from the Hollis neighborhood that run DMC called home. The U. S attorney claimed that his killing was in retaliation for dispute over drugs Jam Master Jay created the beats behind hits like It's Tricky Christmas and Hollis and the collaboration with Aerosmith on Walk this way. Steve Kastenbaum for 10 10 wins It is 66 degrees and
Is Your Dream Viable? Here Are Some Steps to Figure It Out.
"A couple of years ago the team here at Hollis coat started to dream. We started to ask ourselves if there was a solution to the question that we got most often from our community, the question was from ten dis of my personal growth conferences or my business conference people would come and they would feel so inspired and. They take all these notes and then meet these cool people and they'd be in community and they would go back to their very real lives and struggle to keep the momentum and struggled to feel connected and the thing is I know exactly what that feels like because I've experienced that many times in my life and honestly when people begin to ask I started creating inside the programming tips and tricks and things that they might be. Able to take home with them. In fact, if you've come to a rise conference, then you've probably had me council you on the things that you're gonNA, need to stay in that momentum. Once you get back home I thought that was the only solution because I honestly couldn't come up with another way like you can't sort of carry me around in your pocket. You can't have a psalm the DJ playing your favorite music beans you know. Guiding you in a meditation or sharing her wisdom. I didn't know how to give that to you outside of a live event, and then we had an idea. was there a way that we could create an APP? And if we create an APP what would it be and how in the world would we even afford that and who knows how to make an APP, and what would we do and we started asking all of these questions which I think if you're listening to this, there's a good chance that your a dreamer to and that you have something on your heart that you believe that you're called to more and all of my biggest successes in life and yes some of my failures have started with this process of just asking myself all kinds of questions. What if what if this what if that? And we started to wrap around the elements that are so core to our events or to our community and project rise APP started. and. It was a very long process to get from there to here. On Monday of this week, we launched the rise up and when I looked this morning, we had over twenty thousand members of our community inside doing workouts taking meditations going on a gratitude walk with stacy flowers going on a hike with Trent Shelton doing workouts with me doing workouts with Chris Chandler it is so amazing to see the community already start to take it and run ardy start to give us your feedback so that we can continue to evolve and make something. Great. I love knowing that. So many of you have already tried it but I also understand that there are a lot of entrepreneurs who listen to this podcast and I wanted to talk a little bit about how I approach something like this project. That's this big and frankly a project that is this great of a financial investment. If you have any concept of APP design which PSI for sure did not before this started Then, you may be understand. That this was a massive undertaking, not just in terms of the hours required to pull it together. But the team of people who helps it to fruition and the big giant jump into the deep end, spend all the money and hope to goodness that you're onto something. So I thought I would talk you through how I concept the idea how we worked as a team to make it happen. But also, what are the things about this APP that I feel so confidently are going to make it success that are going to make it a success that means that it was worth investing several hundred thousands. Oh my gosh. So many hundreds of thousands of dollars to see it come to life.
Israel shuts Gaza fishing zone after overnight fighting
"Israel has closed the Gaza Strip off shore fishing zone following a night of cross border fighting with Palestinian militants, the most intense escalation of hostilities in recent months. Sunday's move comes after Palestinian militants in Gaza fired two rockets into southern Israel following Israeli airstrikes that targeted sites belonging to the territories Militant Hollis rulers. Military said the Iron Dome aerial defense system intercepted the two rockets that militants in Gaza launched at southern Israel, but police said a rocket fallout caused damage to a house in the town of Durant. And paramedics treated a 58 year old man for minor wounds from exploding glass.
What Is a Jobs Guarantee—and Can It Work?
"Is spreading because of a virus. My next guest says Unemployment can spread like a virus. And she's got a solution of federal jobs guarantee. Many economists consider unemployment natural, unavoidable, even necessary to a certain degree. For the economy to function. But Pavlina Channa, who specializes in what's known as Modern monetary theory, disagrees the virus theory well as economic downturns. Cause layoffs. The recently unemployed have less money to spend, leading to a second wave of unemployment in the industries, they could no longer support. But what if the government could guarantee a living wage stop to any American Who wants one. It's an economic policy idea that some of you may know has gained traction not only as Corona virus unemployment has spread, but from well known progressive political figures recently before this, Bernie Sanders Alexandria, Ocasio Cortez. Cory Booker have back versions of this idea, or at least believe it should be considered as a response to Income inequality in America generally and toe automation and toe. Other things that cause structural unemployment. It's part of the green new deal the federal jobs guarantee. So joining us now is Bard College economics professor Pavlina Chan of Ah, Who's got a new book called the Case for a job guarantee. Professor Chernova? Welcome to WNYC. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me, Brian. Good morning. Let's start in the present because you wrote this book before the pandemic when official unemployment was down around 3%. Now comes this historically weird emergency where the economy shuts down voluntarily, and tens of millions of people lose their jobs all at once. The government responds with a patchwork of enhanced unemployment benefits and pay cheque loans to employ yours intended to keep A lot of that money passing through to some workers, plus the other kinds of pre existing government aid, like Medicaid and food stamps and more with the guaranteed job program, replace all of that. Under current circumstances. No, it will not replace. Any other measures measures that that might might be be considered considered necessary, necessary, But But it it is is The The most most straightforward straightforward solution solution to to providing providing jobs jobs for for people people who who need need it. it. I I mean, mean, in in the the current current crisis, crisis, we should have focused on protecting jobs. And preventing the layoffs that would have made the task of dealing with this avalanche of layoff much easier. I think we can look to some countries in Europe who have used again the public purse government budgets. To essentially guarantee a payroll for folks whose jobs are threatened from Cove. It's so unemployment rates did spike in some of those countries, but not nearly as much as they did in the United States. So Onda budget that we pass the cares act was so large, it was enough to pay the entire wage bill in the U. S economy for three straight months. So we could have protected Lee off jobs. We could have prevented layoffs, but the damage is done and unemployment. As I argue in the book is it's kind of a perennial teacher and the economy. So the way to inoculate against that is just to create jobs directly. How much would the living wage B? And a guaranteed federal jobs program. The proposal in my book is for $15 an hour, and that is really to help with the fight for 15 of that has You know, has had captured the interest and policymakers with the state level, but it might be, But 15 will not be enough sooner. You know very, very recently, so in in in a truck Order rather so maybe 17. But this is a policy. This is a policy question. The point here is to ensure that it's a living wage floor and that no person Works in a poverty paying jobs with a firm. A living wage for the economy as a whole. The minimum wages you know, is 7 25 and it is not a living wage is poverty paying wage, so it represents about a doubling of the minimum wage. Significantly elevated the floor. Yes, And that's the federal minimum wage, which might be shocking to some of our listeners since the minimum wage. Around here is $15 an hour, but federally and therefore in some states that don't have the same politics, say New York and New Jersey. It's still down around that poverty wage. As you know. Other progressives proposed what they call a universal basic income rather than a guaranteed job. Andrew Gang, for example. Ran for president on $1000 a month Universal basic income proposal, But I don't believe there is a work requirement, just the money as a universal basic income. Sent to every American Do you argue that a guaranteed job solves the same problem, but in a different way? No, I think the job guarantee souls more problems. So $1000 a month. While very nice doesn't really lift people out of poverty. It helps But the job guarantee guarantees a living wage. And so when a person needs work, and they go into the unemployment office, which by the way is called the American job Center. They can find a lot of other assistance that they can't find a job. And that's what the job he does. It insures that there's a public service. Hollis option employment options for those who need work, and we know from basic income experiments that people who even get the income assistance still looking for jobs. So the problem with the job guarantee salt is this. Basically cruel game of musical chairs that people play in the labor market, and they're looking for four jobs, but they're not enough employment opportunities for all, even in the best of times. Forget about Cove it even when the economy is humming near full employment. We're still talking about millions and millions who don't have employment and The unemployment problem is there It's as you were saying in the introduction, ending a lot of social health, economic cost. It's paid for innocent and so we can do things better. By using the public purse to employ the unemployed. But I want to say that it's not. It's not a week requirement. The job guarantee doesn't provide a requirement for the benefits that people might be receiving. It's an additional program so You could have the choice of getting unemployment insurance and the various other income assistance provided out there. But if we gave people one more choice To pick up a living wage job offer. Then that provides stronger economic security.
"hollis" Discussed on Earn Your Happy
"Welcome back to the show. Thank you for tuning in you guys. There is a multitude of podcasts. You could be listening to the fact that you keep tuning into earn. Your happy makes me super happy so we have got an awesome guest on the show for you today. I had the honour of going to dinner with this couple which today emily interviewing one of them. I already had Rachel Hollis on and now I get to have Dave Hollis on the show and you're gonNA love this conversation. I am telling you. It is so much fun to get the other perspective of the other person and really learn about the inner workings of different people's businesses in life and When we went to dinner together which will share a little bit on here. I can tell you that number one. This is what I look for in a couple a couple who can throw down. Sushi with you. That's very important on my list and we check the box on that one so I think they love it as much as we do and also just people who really love to support each other are laid back and also who truly are just committed to their vision and the people that they get to serve. And that is who Dave Haller says he serves as the CEO of the company where he chases audacious streams with his partner. Nco The extraordinary New York Times bestselling author motivational speaker and World Changer. Rachel Hollis if you haven't heard of them I'm not sure the rocky lavender must be large. I don't know the hose company is built around the belief that everybody is made for more. It exists to arm people from every background with the tools to change their life for the better. Their content is a mix of encouragement authentic truth telling intangible direction to make lasting change. They create tools and foster community to help people grow in their relationships business sense of self and opportunities to impact others you guys. I just scrolled through some of their pictures on instagram and seeing their arise conference was It gave me chills. It was completely overwhelming and beautiful. And I get to hear about all of the things that go on at the conferences which I will make my way to very soon and if you are feeling like you need to go to the next level absolutely if it's coming to your area or fly there you guys you need to get their Dave has an incredible book coming out that we are going to talk about and the hall is Comedy Measures Success in impact. How can the media live events and merchandise they produce create real and lasting change? Outside of the hall is company Davis a member of the motion picture academy and he sits on the Membership Committee. He serves on an innovation. Board called Fandango labs as well as the board of will Rogers Motion Pictures Pioneers. The Border Foster Care Charity Austin Angels and the Board of Pepperdine's Institute for Entertainment Media and Culture. He believes in the importance of variety in a career for considering any candidate his myriad of jobs and research publicity management have truly rounded his expertise and afford an informed solution oriented macro view of any business. You guys he has four children. He's no dominated father and a four time foster dad. He's truly an incredible human. And before we jump into the PODCAST. I want to remind you that the blissed project is coming up. It is the last weekend of March and I say this all the time but I cannot stress the importance especially after getting done with event love. All of the women said they didn't know if they were ready. They didn't feel ready or they didn't have the money and they just got themselves in the room and their life changed. You have to just get yourself in the rooms and I will tell you the epic human beings of every level that comment in this room to find their tribe to find their answers to connect. You will not leave without an answer because we make sure you step into your fear and get out of your own way and truly we support you in every way around that even if you're nervous even if you're scared even if you're just freaking excited we want to army with the tools going into this twenty twenty year to make a total difference and have the connection and tribe that you want so you guys go to the Bliss Project Dot Info right now to reserve your ticket. We don't have that many left. We tend to sell half of the event out at event which is quite crazy. Guys that says a lot about the event when over fifty percent of your participants by for the next year at that event so that is just a huge testimony. Oh this will be our. I think our eighth or ninth bliss project and there's some big things going down here I'm just GonNa say this one is monumental. You need to get here. It's going to be different than all of them for a couple of different reasons and I'm offering an opportunity to everybody there as well. So get your butt in the seat and let's get started.
"hollis" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
"John. Maxwell said a great leaders courage to fulfil his vision comes from passion not position. And there's an unknown quote that says a comfort zone is a beautiful place but nothing ever grows. They're welcome to the school of greatness. I am pumped. We've got mad. Dave Hollis in the house if you don't know who he is he and his wife taken off in the last couple of years and it's been amazing to watch. Their journey actually met them years ago before all of the madness that has happened in their lives. And if you don't know who he is. He is the other half of the dynamic powerhouse. Duo that is Rachel and Dave Hollis. He's a former Disney film distribution chief responsible for the relaunch of the Star Wars Franchise. No big deal the avengers series even bigger deal and the mega hits like frozen and beauty and the beast now. He left his prestigious post at Disney last year to lead the Hollis company side his wife Rachel Hollis and in addition to running a company and raising his four children Davis touring the US sharing tales of how one former professional development skeptic became a spokesperson for growth in this talk we share his transition from CEO to see oh working with his wife. Rachel Hollis why he didn't want to release the now number one your times bestseller girl. Washer face and why he was scared of it. How he made the transition from working with a Mega Movie Studio. Disney to running a small business and what that showed him about where he was emotionally in life the impact that running had on his life specifically and dealing with his anxiety in other challenges and what is like to have his relationship and lifestyle out there in the public. They post their stuff every single day. Personal Life family life business life marriage life. What does that like? We dive in deep. I think you're GONNA love this. Make sure to share with a friend who you think would enjoy this as well. Lewis House Dot com slash nine. Two six all right. I'm excited about this one. Let's dive into this episode. What the one and only Dave Hollis welcome back everyone of the school greatest podcast we got the man gave.
"hollis" Discussed on RISE Podcast
"Get it. I don't even have time to make you down and do the dance thing that so much stuff to teach you so get your heart rate. Get your energy up and then sit back down to near chair. I'm Rachel Hollis and I've built a multimillion dollar media company with a high school diploma and the Free Information I found on the Internet in the fifteen years that I've been building and scaling my company. I have become deeply passionate about helping other entrepreneurs to do the same so each week. I'll be sharing tangible and tactical advice and inspiring interviews with the same intention. Bees are the tools to change your life and your business. This is the rice podcast. Have you understand that? You can't actually pay meaning me for the speaker lineup that we have meaning. These are literally all of my friends. Who just deeply believe in adding value to your lives and teaching. They're not getting paid. They are just here to serve you. So were you up for all my friends and to give it up talk. Are you kidding? I'm sorry I said will you give it up for Tom? Freaking molly with her. Can you say so good.
Boston: Grand Jury Decides Not To Indict In Death Of Emerson College Student
"A Suffolk County grand jury has decided not to indict in the death of an Emerson College student WBZ's Tina god joins us live now with that story good morning Tina our good morning to you yeah the marine who is under investigation in the death of Daniel hall is will not be indicted the grand jury voted on this yesterday the US marine corps reserves had named lance corporal Samuel London as a marine allegedly involved in Hollis has died last year after getting into a fight in Austin Hollis was a hope deal high school graduate he was also a member of Emerson college's lacrosse team he died after hitting his head while reportedly trying to break up a fight between a group of his friends and another group this all happened back in September twenty eighth twenty nineteen he was hospitalized for days as a result of his brain injuries and died a few days later on October second Suffolk DA Rachel Rollins says the investigation that preceded a grand jury's vote was incredibly thorough and painstakingly detailed meanwhile Hollis is family says they're in shock and still have many concerns and questions about what exactly
Cruise lines, passengers scramble to respond to coronavirus
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"hollis" Discussed on Start Today Morning Show
"Last night listening to sound off of one to sound off three or four. Give me those communities here. We go these dark today journals. You're watching the start today morning. Show why do we devote this much time? Why why do we show up? Every single week date eight. Am central to hang out with. You is because we wanna get you in the habit of starting your day with intention and joy and gratitude and all the things so the start today journal is a daily practice that we do that we have as a product. Hollis Co that will help you to every single day five pieces of gratitude every single day. Ten Dreams are going to make come true and the one goal. You'RE GONNA work on first and if you don't know what Tim Dreams. You WanNa do yet. You could almost showed you guys some. Whoa WHOA WHOA. The Beginning Chapter of the Journal is a whole chapter. That helps you to figure out where you're going envision your future how do you lay it out? What is the roadmap all that stuff so start today journals are available on the House Co Dot Com? Or if you don't want to buy them no worries you're good. Yeah if you don't want to buy them you can listen to episode seventy two of the rise podcast and do the practice for free in whatever notebook you have. We are starting our last ninety days last ninety days Starts on October first. It is our community wide challenge. It is totally free. You literally have nothing to lose. It is you're GONNA get a weekly email from us. That's a different theme of the week. And how to unpack it and how to be stronger in the different topics that we cover things like relationship. Gratitude confidence productivity persistence. Like all the things so that that's our weekly team and then every single day on start today morning show Dave and I are GonNa dig into that theme something we do as a community hundred. Hundreds of thousands of people do it every single year. Totally free you just go to the House Co Dot Com forward slash last ninety days and put in your email address. And you're in you're in. We do this thing in our weekly team meeting where we finish with a note from our customer service team and the note from customer service for yesterday's Ho Condo was from a woman who participated in last ninety days last year. She was telling how the practice the community having the structure and getting into some good habits helped her. During the ninety days lose eighty pounds which is crazy and by the way your goal here may not be losing. A single pound may be getting into some better habits but for her she lost eighty pounds. Like what and she was saying that her goal was overall to lose one hundred and she was so excited that last night as was starting because of the chance to have that last twenty pounds as a thing that she's going to try and tackle in the final ninety days of two thousand nineteen and man. What Iran thing? If you hit the Hashtag last ninety days you can see. There's one hundred looked this morning. There's one hundred and sixty hashtags he one hundred and sixty thousand hashtags that people who've given up stories of what they went through last year and how it changed their life in some way. It's had this idea what's your day. Our friends in Canada. Ask how they can get the journals in Canada and we are working so hard to get shipping figured out four Canada and listen. It just occurred to me. Hey Canada do you know anyone who owns a bookstore? A gift shop a something in Canada. Ship it all to that one person that one person in that one person gets like right like there has to be a smarter way to go about this so because Canada keeps asking man. We would love to show up for you if you know someone who has a store a massive business opportunity if you know someone who has a store that would make sense to have a journal hit send a note to support at the Hollis Code Dot Com and in the subject line put like Canada in store. Yeah chapters yes thank you have. How many times have we reached out to chapters to ask them if they would like this? Hook you someone who works there. It's weird because we would love to give.
"hollis" Discussed on Start Today Morning Show
"You snake bit all right all right all right if you never got into wrestling. It's not too late to go back and getting a little time machine back in one thousand nine hundred four. I'm going to be honest. Um We don't watch it today. Oh no no in an judge you if you do limit it live here live very your life. Can we talk about this for a minute? I don't know can we talk about? Maybe I've already said this because I've been thinking about it a lot. Can we just let everybody be into whatever they're into can lead you? Stop judging other people and I don't mean like everyone knows you're not supposed to judge other people for big things but there's too much the Internet. There's too much judging people for little things giving the Renaissance Festival people. Well Gab. It sure but I mean like if you if someone wants to get excited about a pumpkin spice latte take them have their life. They want to bluff on some avocado. Toast let them be that person and they're into wrestling if they're into the Renaissance Festival if they're goff if they liked to dress up as heroes not here with superheroes and go to conferences. 'cause 'cause weekend like life is so hard already. Why would you try and squash someone's joy about just because you don't get why that makes them happy? It's like good grief. Can we just let each other live live? Just yes? Oh it's so dumb dumb sweating you are GonNa Start. Today morning show. I am to pass out. I'M GONNA pass out but it's hot in here. It's getting hot in here. We have this conversation last night. This Israel Rachel Hollis this weekend when it was ninety six degrees outside was sitting outside with a sweater in a boots having coffee. Nfl So good. I do not understand the like she's mad well but that seems like she's too. I don't understand how you are always cold. I am always always cold. He's always hot. Always give us like a snowflake Emoji. If you're always cold signs of snowflake these these people do. It's my girls do them. They're already already using all the emojis. Give us a snowflake if you're always called give us son if you're always hot let's see what is there. I'm always colds and I. Yeah lots of other people like me. Oh someone just went fire. Maybe that person's in full menopause. I see you sister or friend yet. Look a lot of people. A lot of people are always cold. working Iraq. Well Great Because it's because you're so thin that is not real. There are lots of people who are different body types and percentages some hot somebody Blair cold and the people. The women in my family tend to run cold. Our offices at work. Oh are a solid twenty degree more different difference like you. It's like going into an ice house in his office. Coming to a hot box. Grischuk came over to my office which is across the Hallway for a quick conversation and she walked in yesterday and said. Could you come to my office? It's two colon. Couldn't talk to handle. It cannot handle it cold in eighty degree weather yet. I hear that you'll get ready to drink. Your water kills me. Do you guys see my my story yesterday so whenever I saw. I don't always carry my giant gallon jug because it's just such a painting carried around. Sometimes I carry bottles and then I refill all day but when it actually carried this and I'd complete this I feel like a goddess. I feel like a goddess of waters. Your skin starts to glow I mean I feel so proud of myself. I mean if you haven't signed up for last year. Though there she is everybody. I love you. I'll see you later can do. Oh don't kiss the glass. It's dirty okay. I'm drinking two gallons a day right now. Drink y'all gallon a day. I just want to let you know like you're like oh I can't drink water. Look at this. This is less than half a gallon. Left of a container at eight fifteen in the morning three hours into my day. I'm a half gallon down. Joe Get on my level. Let's drink some water. Our nutritionist told us sore thing has always been. You should drink half your body weight announces of water every single day. And that's the standard that we use for our five to thrive during our last night. He they challenge. But our nutritionist told us that is actually an account for people who are not active. So just half your body weight announces water is. If you're not sweating anything out and we are pretty active. We are constantly sweating things out. So we're we gotta do our full body weight announces of water every day We just reminded me of something though. We did have the idea last night. Yes someone just said. Are you always in the bathroom? One hundred percent. And that's the point is that you're flushing all the things out of your system about being in the bathroom all the time. Nobody's in there like if I need a little Wyatt except bathroom. Our Room doesn't have a lock and I can't go in there. Without Noah be Allen to use the restroom this morning and I. I'm speaking of the adult restroom. And Noah just sort of rescue in our relations. This is more information than you wanted to know. But in our relationship we always think in every house we've lived in we've had at least two bathrooms. Okay superblast we've had at least two bathrooms. There was the regular bathroom and the we had a bathroom that we call the adult restroom. Which is where you wet when you had to poop adulterous. Welcome to the morning. Everybody and so that was like code. If you're like I gotta go use. The adult restroom was like steer clear. Got It I know you didn't WanNa know this about us but now you do so continue. Yes thank you for those of you like my mother who would warned me about drinking too much water. Okay am I am. I really appreciate you segment called concerned citizens. Which are the notes in the DREK messages that we give from people who liked to correct US and send us their concern overdoing things that are? Doctor approved an incredibly healthy. Come on come on. Just you know you silly that note to someone who is odd like with their. Frapp thousand Calorie Frappuccino. No but you WANNA send it to us. Because we're drinking too much water. I would start the segment. I don't WanNa have to dig through the DMZ to find the notes. It's okay. What are some of the other things that concern citizens have sent you notes about that. Running every day is going to get my hips. Yeah Latte You. Cut Your hot dogs wrong. Cut My hotdogs wrong. I didn't cut the carrots tight enough that I get a lotta nuts about my rosa. Lots of people like to talk to me that you have rosie conversation. Do you know that I have cared? Can I send you some samples? Would you like to buy into this thing because we all know that the way to sell someone something is too? I tell them how awful their skin looks right. what else do I get? I get oh I got a very very enraged. Lots of notes one time because people saw me putting flax seeds on my salad Internet exploded. Everyone has story about a cousin. Sisters brothers friends who had been rushed to the hospital because of a flaxseed seed pro I mean I it's a thousand degrees outside and I'm running half marathons every weekend now. I have to run without my shirt on. Sorry not sorry. I did into a VAT of sunblock literally. I did my body into sunblock but every time I do a quick video I get you bet. You look like you haven't put on sunblock. I'm like I want your skin. Tends to run down on what to act like mad right now as I have just read. It's not sunburn plane. Why are we not complaining? It's just people are crazy. People crazy though I add to maker Tick Tock yesterday for if you don't know what to talk is it is a platform that is pre. There's definitely adults on it. But it's primarily used for by like middle schoolers and high schoolers and so I had to talk and the content there is only four kids usually girls in middle school and high school and certainly a lot of their mom started falling to but really my content just for them and I made a video yesterday. Which was how to respond to kids talking crap? Because I man man kids are laying and the strat crap all men by crap. I mean like teasing kids in middle school teasing kids in elementary school. And all these little girls who are asking how to deal with it and what to say and I made this video that was just about like they will keep teasing you because they are getting a response from you and so we'd we teach our own kids this like you have to. You have to teach them to be like what like literally my whole video was like here the faces you make when someone tries to make finding view like literally like what. I do wish like the the thing if I could in one thing on my boys and Noah when she's able to understand this. It's how little any of the things that I worried about in grade school or high school now matter in my live them literally. None of them bless you. It's such an easy thing are you. Okay Oh bless you man yeah. It's no middle. School is so crazy and the things that they are drowning in and worried about and it stinks but I just I had posted it and then there are adults like Dang. I needed this because honestly what is it was it. Eleanor Roosevelt. Like someone. Only what is it you only someone could Can't make you feel badly without your permission. The idea that like if you are acknowledging it then it becomes your truth and if you just absolutely don't like like it's yeah okay. Great I think I've said this on the show now about fifteen times as one of my favorite quotes I've heard in the last year but Byron Katie. Said Defense is the first act of war. Defense is the first act of war so when you defend yourself when you get into some kind of discussion about what someone has just said or someone who's just done you give them permission to start the fight and when you just absolutely like don't take it in nothing bugs the nothing bugs people more than when they're trying to taunt your they're trying to say something and you're like. I may have to end the face. We may have to abandon. Here's your here's your for. Today your screen chat remain have to abandon the segment where we call out people calling us out giving them or giving never would. I was totally kidding. I would never. I'm joking someone's till you're allergic to the water yet. The APP she's she's being funny. Someone asked if I would talk for boys I signed up for Tick Tock. I just don't understand it yet so. I'm trying to figure out how to do these things that Rachel's doing well and for what it's worth every single video that I have made would absolutely translate to a boy to and I've got plenty of boys who follow me there so for what it's worth splits. Did you know that last ninety days is starting soon? Are Y'all come here on words. This Dang Free Park wearing last night listening to sound off of one to sound off three or four. Give me those communities here. We.
"hollis" Discussed on Start Today Morning Show
"Hey all our next. Women's conference is only a few weeks away. And if you have never attended before this is the event that will change your life. Rises a three day women's personal development conference where we laugh until we PR pans and we talked about things that we cry and we find community and we create the roadmap to changing our lives or businesses. Or whatever it is that you're working on if you want to find out more you're curious what it's all about. I highly recommend you go check out the instagram and see what our community says you can hear it straight from them it's at let's rise dot co and if you're looking for the next one it's happening in Toronto on March fifth through the seven Toronto March fifth through the seventh check out all the details at the HOLLIS CO DOT com. If you have been looking for a nudge if you have been looking for something to kick start change I promise this is the thing. It's the morning show that no one knows I. No one is talking about. I said no one talked about but if they did they probably say tasks way to start two page. Know you'RE GONNA get kicked out of the morning show if you don't sit still welcome to the morning show that nobody including no. Hollis is talking about Noah. What show is this. What's it called? Don't do what's the morning show. 'cause nobody's talking about it me fix our facebook situation that my head is now cut off look at them so worried about your hair but I feel like if it's that tall you got to own that. Sometimes it gets cut off yesterday. I am owning every bit of this hair. There's not as much there. They took off the sides. No LONGER SARGE AKA. Let's leave one of the greatest American actors of all time that alone. That's the microphone. GotTa leave the microphone there. Do you know how old you are? Nobody's watching us when we're doing a video. How old are you too? Yeah are you five. Yeah no you're too everything is yeah. Yep How's your hair though? Good your hair is really good. You got the good hair going for a photo shoot day takes a picture with Daddy. Mommy to bless you. Thank you last time. We did a photo shoot with you. You were a total grout. Shanna interested no Inter Asante Day which is my hair is wet. Thank you for noticing everybody. Thank you said bless you. I appreciate those good manners. I feel like we should probably close that door. That door where else we're going to have to rebel. Ganji Scott has been closed. Live our best lives. I see that you have your computer. Oh well wait a second. I have my computer today. Are you writing with the official theme song of the Start Today morning? Show Great Ho please holding. Hope lose that. You're looking at gifts. Fermi yeah I was looking at gifts for you aiming serious. I just like a bunch of jewelry. Don't look for.
"hollis" Discussed on Sorry To Hear That
"Something then you do there well even though Hollis wanted something very organic very chill sort of a a memorial when his children were going to be meeting again probably in the Spring Pam had a brother. That's been a lot of time with her father that that really needed some sort of remembrance a memorial he needed the time space and support from his siblings links to begin his grieving process for their. Holly Hold US disappoint him. He Never Berber. We said that but I know it. I know that he needed to have us there with him to help him get through it so so we have Scottish. Wake Lemme quickly interject. I'm not Scottish. So what is the Scottish week. According to my research and I'll put some links in the show notes. A Scottish week is where a body is laid out in their someone who stays with them for twenty four hours a day. The week may last day day or seven. Some say that the person who's staying with them is to help prevent evil from coming to get them from taking them away during the week. There's a lot of food and a lot of whiskey and people dance at the end. Sounds like a sad fun so Scottish way is alcohol. There's alcohol well. I don't know where did traditional Scottish wages. But I know Ferguson. Scottish wake of what my brother put together but basically all of us have some kind of garment that Ed is our family time. Whether it's the killed scar tie you know whatever so we all had our garment on on their toes. Water food and just failing brands is a celebration of life. Hamsun is a really great guy but He didn't really say much during their Scottish Week but she realizes that her son probably was thinking a lot about Hollis and he ended not putting a post on facebook later that day that she still saving all the time during the way he must have been thinking this that he never got up and he never anything but after he whole night. wrote this this right here. If you said today tell me something about your dad grumpy you you'll be truly missed. I will never forget your larger than life presence. You served your country Community as a police officer in finished your lar- career as a chief deputy sheriff. I remember when he ran for share. You should have gotten that job. Nobody love being a cop as much as you did. You were real man. You lived by Your own tomorrow and you worked as a millwright for a number of mills in companies. You are very smart and had a lot of knowledge about all kinds of topics loved history in politics next love to joke and laugh. I will miss you big time. Here's to you. I will miss your jolly laugh in your big smile and your humor. That was like Jackie. gleason Rodney any dangerfield in Archie bunker. All that's bad.
"hollis" Discussed on Sorry To Hear That
"Wanted to go and have a drink. I was like okay. I'll go ordered the drink and within fifteen minutes maybe two sips the drink. I look down my phone's during and I see that it's my brother and I know I knew that was my call after returning to the table. The man Pam was with such her that she looked like someone had died and well. That's what happened. Hollis had died and she had just learned about it from her brother. It's crazy when we say things are actually true out loud. I'm sure he meant it as a joke but he was a little on the nose. Don't you think doc I was so afraid that if I went back to seem the way he was. That's not what I wanted to remember summer. I wanted to remember him how he was and how we were at Christmas time. If I had gone to the hospital and and he wasn't I that's that's not however and I honestly I think that I sometimes I do a lot of things on. How Got Phelan's like you? What does it need whether they call it intuition? I do a lot of things on intuition. I never felt I never got that Alan to ga now. I really didn't and in my mind and I believe this my dad didn't want me there. He knew we were okay and first of all if I walked in the room even if he was asleep he can still here. I would not be okay and then that would just send him dynamics for everybody else. You know I think in my head when I didn't go look I just knew who conversation he had. He didn't want everyone jumped in the car and heading getting her. I had a really strong sense that he didn't want to be there and they say they say if somebody's wait somebody home. They hold gone beating. Hold on like okay. If gone into the next day and I'm still waiting for a call. Maybe I would've said okay. Pam Get on white and get up there. Because you're just you know making this formula her.
"hollis" Discussed on Start Today Morning Show
"Because it's got a big tomorrow says any advice. Here's my advice. In the goal find a way to create an elevator pitch. What's in sixty seconds would differentiate you and every other candidate who is going to walk into that interview because of the unique set of life experiences dances and work experiences that you have had? Don't you know. Don't try and tell them about some generic set of qualifications that you have tell them specifically about how you you and you alone are uniquely qualified for this job because of your life experiences and be honest and own some of the stuff that you you have done where you fell in your face and learn from interface or what when you push yourself outside of your comfort zone and how much growth came in having pushed yourself outside of it. I'm always interested in someone who was a good storyteller about the unique set of experiences that they've had in their life and so if you're able to ah hone in today on what you are elevator. Pitch of yourself is did it down know what it is and have it be uniquely about you and your experiences experiences so that there is no other candidate that could possibly consider since you are the only one who's ever had your experiences Are the Toronto terraced tickets. It's sold out. I do believe that the Toronto terrorists tickets are sold out. There are still a handful. There's a couple of hundred Tickets that are left. I want to say in general admission and premier but The tickets are running low. WE'RE GOING TO BE IN TORONTO. The seven six five six seven early early in March. WE'RE GOING TO BE IN TORONTO. I'm excited about that What do you listen to when you're running to keep you motivated? Oh it really depends on where where I'm at in the run in this twenty two miles that I did there. Were points where I was listening to like first of all. I run to A pacing APP which is unconventional. Most people are looking for my playlist. I have an APP where you pick. How fast you WanNa go and then it sets music on a genre genre that you've selected to a certain cadence so every time there's a beat that's when the beat comes that's what my foot hits the ground and so sometimes it's faster sometimes? It's slower some. I generally start with a pacing APP and then when it gets hard. I'll either have to go to something that really pumps me up. Mike think about like nineties hip hop or something that really grounds me me to a bigger sense of my. Why think worship music right so I have extremes and sometimes I tap into one and sometimes I happen to the other but you have to understand for you? Where in the race? You are what you're going to need to stay motivated for me at the beginning of you know like the first for me fifteen miles. I am not thinking about the music I'm thinking about the beat I WanNa like really stay connected into running consistently All right let's see what is happening Can I work for you. Not a joke Yeah submit your resume We are actually we have job openings currently posted at the Hollis Co linked in page so if you are a qualified candidate interested in working working in Austin Texas are aligned with our core company values you reach for growth you are committed to servant leadership you are interested in joy as your up steady state. You are wild about inclusion up and tastic come on down. We'd love to have you. Hey what's up. Stacey flowers stacy is going to be on the stage rise Toronto she killed it. killed it at rise in Fort Myers. I'm so excited to see you again if you have have not yet started following stacey flowers if you do one thing today do that because she is a light on this planet. I'm excited that I get to see her again. Here in Toronto Santo Let's see what else what after I used to track my running. Yep so I'd pace with a thing called spring I track within called run tastic ask by Adidas not an ad it's It's it's just something that I use and There we go any updates on a book tour Nashville. I know that I am coming to Nashville. Israel I have the opportunity. God bless him to come to do a little bit more podcasts stuff with the Ramsey organization and their base. There I'm GonNa try and and figure out how to do an event when I lock in those dates so stay tuned. I am hopeful to have date not terribly long for now. What's my book called? It's called did you have your own way a skeptics guide to growth and film it. You can buy it literally anywhere anywhere. Yes anywhere Can I be adopted by you guys to join teatime. No the in is completely full. I have checked. We have no more capacity in our home whatsoever. I do appreciate it I'd love to have you over for tea time but you can only stay for like twelve or fourteen minutes at most because we have no more room in our house. Thank you for ask Let's see anything else we've been on here forever. What's going on at what point of the to hit Hawaii and Alaska? ooh That's a good question. I don't know I truly I don't know that I'm GonNa make it there but I'd like to organize chartered flights for every single person that lives in Alaska to join a a tour stop. How about organ? I am coming to Oregon Rise Business. Oh can't wait for is business. Rise business was one of my absolute favorite events of two thousand. Nineteen I am. I'm already excited about what is going to happen. In Two thousand twenty It's happening the first weekend in November. It's going to be in Austin Texas. I know that place and we're GONNA put those tickets on sale. Tell everybody about what's going to be happening at the very end of March so stay tuned for that Thank you for Priori my book. I do appreciate that Let's see let's see here. We go what do we get the we get the bonuses for buying a book tour ticket yes you do you get you get the bonuses Got An advanced copy loved the finding your course. Thank you love to hear that. Thank you very much appreciate you saying that Would it be weird to give you a thank you card at your book tour. Know Nicole I will take any card whatsoever. Adrian's asking. How do I get the course preorder book? All you gotTa do is head over to get out of your own way. The Book Dot Com. And follow the prompts. And you'll get the course immediately. Rachel was on this show. I know it's so weird. I'd like hijacked her social. I'm sitting here doing this show. It's never ending. When is the show going to end? Never because I have not been called back down to set but Rachel Hollis was here at the very beginning sitting here in this chair in this chair enjoying getting a little bit makeup and now she's shooting so with that ladies and gentlemen have have yourself a fantastic Tuesday If you are in the coaching community I see you and appreciate you..
The US military remains on high alert after Iranian attack
"Iran has struck back at the United States for killing a top revolutionary guards commander they're calling it revenge are on fire this series of ballistic missiles at two military bases in Iraq that house American troops no immediate reports of US casualties it is a major escalation between the two long time foes and there are worries and there have been worries the two were close to war but now there are some indications there may not be immediate further retaliation on either side at least right away so we're going to begin our coverage in Baghdad Iraq as we bring in correspond to Monica Roger to tell us what's the current status US forces across the region are on high alert air defenses have been activated across the middle eastern male tree official here telling us that in the hours following that Iranian attack US and Iraqi forces were patrolling outside their of bases also drones and helicopters flying overhead over these bases housing U. S. of forces here in Baghdad our team saw an AC one thirty gunships of flying over central Baghdad of course includes the green zone and you know while the Iranians said that they've concluded their retaliation still everyone is on high alert they're not only concerned about military targets military installations we used in the U. S. embassy in Amman Jordan in an unusual a rare kind of security alert security warning telling US citizens in that country to keep a low profile and out of an abundance of caution telling US government employees in Jordan to try to avoid leaving their homes today for anything that is non essential and that includes keeping their children at home and not going to school okay thanks to demonic garage in Baghdad she's going to be back with us later this morning live from Baghdad for a more in depth look at the situation there well the Pentagon says fifteen missiles were fired ten struck the Hollis on air base in Iraq's western Anbar province one struck a base and meal in Iraq semi autonomous Kurdish region four missiles failed to hit their targets president trump tweets all as well for more on that let's bring in Jeremy diamond from the White House there was indeed a tweet Michael and unlike the fire and brimstone the bellicose rhetoric that we saw from the presidents in recent days after and that strike that he ordered killing Iranian general Qassem Soleimani now we see from the president all is well so far so good an optimistic tone it appears from the president in the wake of this Iranian retaliation a dozen missiles that struck two bases to Iraqi bases housing U. S. troops in a rock the president though from that sweet you can tell that he's clearly focused on this issue of casualties making clear that that casualty and damage assessment is still under way but saying that so far it appears to be so good and the president though of course did draw this red line a couple of days ago as it relates to Iranian retaliation he wasn't just talking about American casualties in fact the president said that if Iran retaliated and sh and and targeted American interests in the region that that in and of itself would warrant this massive American military retaliation which of course the president has been threatening for a couple of days for now though the president at taking up a statement coming up later this morning the president saying that he will address this situation we will see what he says as far as where he's headed we know that the president is being pulled very much into different directions either using this as an opportunity to take an offramp here and say look there were no American casualties let's see escalate or perhaps following through on that red line
"hollis" Discussed on Start Today Morning Show
"To Canada yet we do shift accuser. Hubei seventy five dollars stuff. We'll ship it there for free. Wow that was weird. Let's see let's go wash your face books and I will sign and today all right Rachel now adding two hundred more grow wash. Your face signed books near sites in real time. He's going to sign them. Turn or adding them right now in real all time. I'm going to sign them today. So if you WANNA grab a grocer facebook give it a just a few minutes. We're going to put a bunch more up and I will go in and I will sign. Aw the things feels like. QBC y'all y'all the coral one's almost sold out the coral coral the wet coral coral all Greg Palace Khalil Raad. Yeah great job. I just. It's into not the events team the people in Canada who are interested in the terrorist tickets. I've have given the thumbs up on releasing those terrorists tickets. There will be about two hundred. Fifty additional terraced. Tickets released four Toronto some excited. What about that just ordered a journal hat and Jerusalem Some of the water bottles are sold out guys. So if you're if something can we we just put right now to tell them that is something sold out and actually needs to be listed out so people don't get confused. Thank you so much for your patience as we figure this out. We've never had a cyber Monday. It's so just if you're just joining us right now it's our first ever cyber Monday promotion. Recall any Hollis days if you have wanted a surtee journal or start today journal has been something that has really been a great influence in your life of would you consider given it as a holiday gift. 'cause they're only ninety nine today only for twenty four hours nine hundred nine today only stock up give gifts all year long. Our Hope Start today is that we give everybody but especially women that opportunity first thing in the morning to practice gratitude and set their intentional goal. Also like I said if it's been something that's been helpful for you get him as teachers gifts given to your friends. Other Mamas Willing nine ninety nine Debbie I see. Are you coming on coaching. Let's go. I'm excited about that too. Thank you thanks. Her journals ordered Savannah flirting thinking. Jen for oreos candice. There is a discount on on coaching. Today check it out on the site. You want to tickets for London. Awesome finds you more people in one of those tickets.
NAD+, Nicotinamide Riboside, and Nicotinamide Mononucleotide with Rhonda Patrick
"I'm going to talk about a molecule that has become in recent eight years extremely relevant to the field of aging specifically. I'm referring to any D. plus which I will refer to. As N de for short and some of the related precursor molecules kills Nicotinamide riboside often referred to as an R. and nicotinamide mononucleosis tired often referred to as an these two precursor sir molecules are called an boosters which can both be found as consumer available supplements. Just in case. You've never heard of any. It's probably one of the most important molecules accuweather on the planet so important in fact that without it life would cease to exist to NATO boosters nicotinamide said nicotinamide mono nuclear tied at very high doses. This is an animal. Studies have both been shown to improve the way multiple tissues and cell types age including skeletal and heart muscle brain and stem cells. There have also I've been to preliminary clinical trials in humans showing nicotinamide riboside may raise energy levels in white blood cells. which is pretty darn cool however I still? I think there are many open questions that need to be answered regarding. Ad Boosters and I will touch on some of these concerns in this episode but the possibility that intracellular NASD may be increased from a supplement or several types of supplements is awfully interesting if not downright exciting for one. Simple reason energy levels decrease with age and a decrease in energy eighty levels across a variety of types of tissues is associated with many and naming many hallmarks of aging these hallmarks of aging that are associated with age related plated changes in the pool either directly or indirectly include things. Like loss of Proto. Stasis Might conroe Dysfunction Glucose Intolerance Insulin Insulin Resistance Cellular senescence altered epigenetics and more this is partly because the availability of promotes. DNA repair capacity while its decline is associated associated with the accumulation of DNA damaging reactive oxygen species another reason is because Nada's required for energy production so when energy levels decline as they do with age this results in less energy production in many tissues like the brain immune cells muscle etc.. That means those organs do not work as well as they once insted. During youth. When energy levels were maintained? Any ideas also required for the activation of a very important family of enzymes involved in longevity called Sir Tunes and the complete answer to why energy levels fall with age is still an open question. But there's a few things we do know. As we age chronic inflammation and immune activation two processes that consume NASD tend to go up and with them our need for DNA repair placing an immense demand on our energy pool. Meanwhile while our ability to produce and recycle tends to fall with age we're GONNA cover a lot of ground in this episode but I wanNA start with an overview of any D- Any any deal has a very important role in energy metabolism and can be synthesized in the body from a variety of dietary sources including the amino acid trip to fan which which is in tons of healthy foods like salmon spinach and nuts and the three forms of niacin which is vitamin B.. Three also found in foods like lean meats legumes veggies edges these three forms of vitamin B.. Three include nicotinamide also called Niacin nicotinic acid and nicotinamide riboside they are commonly referred to as Nice in equivalents but dietary sources of energy are not the major source of any D. The major source of energy is through a recycling mechanism that we will discuss later. The reason for that is because our organs require such large quantities of that it would be impossible to consume enough from our diet. So why why do we require such large quantities of any first and foremost energy plays a critical role in energy metabolism critical. Meaning without it. You can't make energy entity participates in back and forth processes of reduction and oxidation often referred to as Reebok's reactions these alternating conversions of NFC's oxidized form which Canady to its reduced form. An Age are crucial for the metabolism of glucose and fatty acids and the formation of ATP. Since both the oxidized is in reduced forms of amd are essential for these linked sets of reactions cells need to maintain massive concentrations of both and a D. and an age basically without these molecules. Not only would we cease to exist but life on our planet would cease to exist and it is also a cofactor for many different important enzymes in this context a cofactor means something that is required for an enzyme to work at has to bind to the enzyme and this activates the enzyme so it can performance function so. Let's talk about a few of these enzymes. Several these NATO required enzymes are inside the Mitochondria and this is another way and participates in the generation of energy aside from itself being a type of energetic currency it also acts as a cofactor for enzymes involved in the production of energy from glucose outside of the minor Qendra this is referred or to as glycolysis many types of cells us look like Hollis's as their primary source of energy. For example. Red Blood cells do not have any medical Andrea so one hundred percent of the energy. They require to perform their function of delivering oxygen and other goodies to other tissues in the body comes from glycolysis and plays a very important role in mitigating DNA. A damage you need repair damage to DNA. That is because any cofactor for one of the most important enzymes involved. In repairing DNA damage called part one the activation of part one requires an enormous amount of any D for example excessive DNA damage in subsequent one activation have been shown to decrease energy levels to twenty to thirty percent of its normal levels. The ability to repair DNA damage is important for longevity. LYMPHOBLASTIC cell lines established from blood samples of humans who were centenarians. One hundred years or older have significantly higher part one activity than cell lines established from younger individuals. That are seventy years old part. One activity has also been correlated with maximum lifespan. In mammals the higher the part one activity the longer lifespan. For example the activity of part one one was measured across multiple Mammalian species and the difference in powerpoint activity between the longest lived mammals tested which were humans and the shortest lived mammals tested. which were rats? It's was fivefold so not too much of a surprise but genomic stability which relies on energy in general and pop ones specifically maybe very important morton longevity is required to activate signaling proteins knowns or two which are highly conserved enzymes play roles in health span and longevity in multiple organisms uh-huh so to ends are linked to the regulation of variety of metabolic processes like the response to stress and the modulation of lifespan. The way they do this is through EPA genetic regulation so twins utilize ad to remove specific chemical structures called seal groups.
NYPD: 15 Arrested, Guns And Drugs Seized In HNY Queens-Based Gang
"Major gang related Bustin Hollis fifteen people arrested more than ten guns taken off the street connected to the Henderson New York street gang H. N. Y. NYPD assistant chief for James as a call the investigation precision policing at
Is the Global Authenticity Movement sweeping the nation?
"In today's business. World authenticity is a cornerstone of good leadership. Hollis? I am the CEO and president of authenticity movement. It's my blah blah effort to make a difference in the world to help people. Be more connected with who they really are. You know, people get so inundated with work and family live. And we forget about ourselves. And we ended up doing things that without even thinking sometimes what we're doing. And why I have people slow down just enough to get into whom they are. Here's the latter research out there now about leadership and typically offense. There's a great need to transform companies to be more in alignment with Lenny are and that really requires authenticity often leadership. They talk about the number one. Is we cry is stop awareness. But they don't tell you how to get. That's where I come. I teach you how to be software intensity authentic leadership. South awareness is a secret sauce two billion engagement because you. No more who you are. And you also understand your employees more therefore, you can build the whole company the work that you do how you leave the teams around different gifts and talents to support yourself. And it just creates an entire engagement a different culture within the organization that leads to better bottom line.
Southwest Boeing 737 Max makes an emergency landing in Orlando
"A Southwest Airlines seven thirty seven max being very to California for storage after the Boeing planes are grounded experience engine issues on Tuesday Hollis declared emergency in return to the airport in Orlando. The incident came on the eve of the Senate hearing set were today,
Roger Showery, Roger And Chico discussed on Pat Walsh
"This song here along with others by the English beats general public wouldn't that take it takes me back to a certain time in my life living in Chico. Having a great time eighty s. This was some of the eighties music that I really really light. Can I say it was a fan of all eighty s music? Absolutely not. That's the same for every decade, of course. But this guy you're listening to right. Here's ranking Roger. When I look back to the. Eighties. And a lot of the songs came out in the eighties. I really liked the English beat which is fragmented. And then it went the general public ranking Rogers part of the general public. He's died at the age of fifty six. So now, we look at this. Here's a great voice. Really enjoyed this guy's music or their music and fifty six years old and just a couple of months ago. Mark Hollis who is the lead singer for talk talk, which was another band. I really liked in the eighties. He also passed on was very sad to see this ranking Roger. Roger showery. The VO vocalists for the beat or the English beat as I knew him. General public has died at fifty six died today at his home surrounded by his family. They said that he fought and fought and fought he was a fighter. Sadly passed away. A few hours ago peacefully says his family.
Talk Talk frontman Mark Hollis reportedly dead at 64
"The lead singer for the popular eighties band, talk talk earth force has passed away. Mark Hollis sixty four all skill founded the band back in nineteen eighty one with the lead singer writing or co writing boasted fan songs talk talk reached the charts with it's my life and talk talk's before breaking up in nineteen Ninety-two all this released a solo record six years later. They're in snow were yet on the pause.
U.N. report spotlights number of women killed by partners, family
"Twenty years ago, and it was the same number for links to domestic violence resources and support go to WBZ ten thirty dot com. Jerry, small WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty ten thousand dollar reward on the line from the FBI. They want to find out who is trying to extort a Hollis New Hampshire family and their farm. Authorities say someone has left the family several notes demanding a quarter million dollars to keep them from harm and offered to help settle the families dispute with the town of Hollis in exchange for that money. The F B I says the family and farm were also the target of vandals who caused thousands of dollars in damage and hurt the families animals in New Hampshire. Tonight thousands remain without power following a snowstorm that hit that state yesterday when it was all rain here in greater Boston. Most of the outages north of
"hollis" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
"And so there is a part of me that's like he, he skipped the line, go through. Seems like skip junkies. And I'm like, that's not fair. I mean, that sounds so my gosh, that's so ego and terrible. But that's the truth is that's the hardest part to navigate for me is all the sudden we're in this together. All of a sudden like this is a silly thing, but it's not silly to me. We started doing podcasts together. You know, we don't. Months ago. Yeah, we go to podcast in the top ten world. Yeah, it's crazy crazy. We tape them like honor iphone, which is this fancy Innis yet, but we sergeant a podcast gather immediately. We started showing up and things and they'd be like Rachel and Dave Hollis. And I was like, this is not a wedding invitation. I am Rachel Hollis. I've earned the right to my name by myself. Like Rachel Hollis n. Dave Hollis. It's not reach like, don't lump me in like it was like as soon as we started working together, it became, I don't know. I sound terrible, sounds terrible. But this honesty, this is what I've struggled with the struggle was you didn't wanna feel lumped in with your husband. We started going to book signings, and people would ask him to sign the book too. Yeah, even though he didn't write the book that bothers me. I would bother me too because I'm like, no, this is my book. I like that. But he didn't help with any of this? Did you or no? No, no. I mean, this is our story like, no, but that is again, if your names on the books. But it's also like that is one hundred percent. My ego talking. I have to say it's been like a really lart season. I just like trying to get over. It was like, how is this for me? Like, I'll be super honest. So y'all went to fishing trip and you weren't about it. It was all men. I understand that it was men, but it was, oh, hey, Rachel, the biggest personal developed with people are all going on this trip. Does your husband wanna go. That was really interesting. The whole time like this. It was like the biggest personal self therapy I've done in my entire life was like, okay, okay. How is this for me? How is this for me? How what am I supposed to learn from? When I said you like a text or video, you did respond July. Trying to process in real time. We've talked about this like all of these. Everything that's happened with this has been overwhelming. And so I have been praying for guidance from people in this field praying like, oh, I wish I could talk to someone I wished that I and you an Ed and Brendan have been so incredible to come around me and support me. But I'm like, I've. So I'm like, okay, Lord. How have I been praying for this? And then you give it today. But what the truthfully, I'm at home with my four kids by myself doing like, okay, why Michigan? But but then I'm like, okay, I can think of all kinds of reasons why maybe he needed it more than you did. Maybe he needed this community like, you know how much easy to community of guys that can lift him up and encourage him stopping so selfish. Maybe he needed this more than you did. Maybe you needed this navy. You needed to sit at home and be okay with this attention on him like, okay, so what and how I would..
"hollis" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
"To provide women with the tools to grow. Grow and reach their greatest potential. This is going to blow you away. Make sure to take a screen shot of this tag myself at miss Rachel Hollis on Instagram with the link Lewis house dot com. Slash six, nine, seven to share with your friends again tag both of us on Instagram right now or throughout this interview. If there's a moment that you liked that resonates with you shared on your Instagram story and let us know that you are listening. And before we dive in one and give quick thank you to our sponsor ZipRecruiter dot com slash greatness. Now, if you are looking to build a powerful team for your business, then you've got to check out ZipRecruiter dot com slash greatness because hiring is one of the key elements to growth in your business, and you've got to be very smart when you hire there are job sites that send you tons of the wrong resumes to sort through. And that's not smart. There are job sites that make you wait for the right candidates to apply for your job, and that's not smart in ZipRecruiter doesn't depend on candidates finding. You, it finds them for you. It's powerful matching technology scans, thousands of resumes identifies people with the right skills, education and experience for your job and actively invites them to apply. So you get qualified candidates fast, and that's why ZipRecruiter is rated number one by employers in the US and this rating comes from hiring sites on trust pilot with over one thousand reviews. And right now, my listeners can try ZipRecruiter for free at this exclusive address ZipRecruiter dot com. Slash greatness again, go to ZipRecruiter dot com. Slash greatness right now. Tar learn more more time. ZipRecruiter dot com. Slash cream is the smartest way to hire and also a big. Thank you to light stream..
"hollis" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Oh Maybe you've always look back and think it was better than a. Was maybe these are the moments maybe other missing with us about? This About the past out on that we've come so far You Two You do Hollis Four three FM In other You think you.
"hollis" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Hollis gone insane oh maybe always look back and thank you was better than it was maybe these are the moments messing with us back the future thinking about the past out on that we've come so far nelson you don't why you do so good now these meritless on good.
"hollis" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Hollis james we get maybe we're still maybe you always look back and think it was better than it was maybe these are the moments maybe messing with us about this pankin about the patch out on we've come so far kelsey paine you two you do z good now these red list hollis dick hey around and you did and talking like that didn't ever the well most dude so i'm going to give it up let us up three my fm.
"hollis" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast
"So racial hollis on the podcast thank you my friends eight clearing issue all talk later so much love to rachel hollis for being on the show today are really love that girl she is just the real deal you guys just as genuine and truthful and honest as they come so as always everything we talked about in mentioned is going to be over on my website on the transcript page for the podcast edge and have maker dot com so all the links you need all of rachel's handles everywhere she's at you will to find her over their links to preorder her book everything everything everything plus always bonus pictures all did some pictures of rachel an eye out from our ethiopia trip that we mentioned twice and now was sort of our are really that was when we solidified our friendship for sure so i'll make sure you have plenty of other stuff over there so you guys thanks for joining thanks for joining the show thanks for tuning in we're trying to make this this series for the love new beginnings really strong for you we went up a lotta great content in your hands a lot of really good ideas a lot of tools and resources of that's what you're reaching four in a lot of different areas and so comeback next week because the guests are so strong is so amazing so wise and experts in their fields and so am we love providing you with amazing and guests and content immaterial is like such a choice so anyway as always thanks for being here you guys thanks for listening it's just such a pleasure to serve you like this is my favorite thing that i do thanks were reviewing and raiding the podcast to that always helps okay so until next week have a great wind and we'll see next week on the show.