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AP News Radio
Struggles continue for thousands in Florida 8 months after Hurricane Ian as new storm season looms
"As a new storm season looms, struggles continue for thousands in Florida 8 months after hurricane Ian devastated parts of the state. The sound of the ocean and Fort Myers beach were a hurricane season starts June 1st. Last September Ian a cat 5 swept away Michael selor is camper, since then he's been living in his car an old infinity sedan. This is my house for me and my dog. And that's it. Hundreds remain homeless, construction is ongoing. Debbie sams with beach baptist church says the need is overwhelming. Everyone's in need. Even when they think they're not in need. Many struggle to get insurance payouts, federal and state assistance, building permits and simply finding a place to shower. I'm Julie Walker
The Charlie Kirk Show
Rich Baris Comments on Trump's Surprising Support Among Women
"Biggest surprise in these numbers and what's your takeaway? There's a couple. And if you and by the way, I think he felt like a point, but desantis went down. I just put up the new cross tab, so desantis was at 16.6. So roughly still 17 and Trump 59.9. But I mean, he's hovering there. 60%. Andrew, and what surprised me, there are a few. One is contrary to all of the conventional wisdom you hear from desantis supporters and others, which is very simple. This is number one, gender. Trump does better with women than he does with men. Women. Republican and independent women are fueling Trump's surge and have been. Trump is been over 60. Hold on. Yeah. Yeah, no. That does not jive with any of the narrative. The narrative is, you know, I saw Ian miles Chong on Twitter said, Trump just lost women. With this E Jean Carroll thing, right? In my opinion, at his best take, I like some of his stuff, not that particular one. Wait, hold on. What happened? What happened between Trump did not do well in 2020 or at least as well as he needed to do in 2020. What changed? What flipped women? You know, a lot of it is actually and this dovetails into another demographic that surprised me because of the margin, not that Trump's winning them. But, you know, there were some working class women that did go for Biden. That's just, you know, the same thing that I've been only it happened worse to Romney, where Barack Obama did better with white working class than polls and forecasts and exit polls. It suggests that he did, or at least initial exit polls. And what happened? There are some white women, you know, you're looking at states like Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, where, you know, we called it the seasick voter. Trump, the boat was always rocking, and Trump really needed to hold their head while they were vomiting off the side of the boat. Instead, he was like, stop whining you, weenie, you know? So, you know, so you're throwing up, get over it. You know, 'cause that's Trump. Now though it's different. I mean, it's more like a Grover Cleveland kind of situation where it is what it is. Maybe you aren't keen on the guy and you voted for him against Hillary because you didn't, you didn't like Hillary, but then Biden you thought was kind of a decent guy. The shines off Biden now. It's off Biden now.
AP News Radio
Stalled gun bill advances in Texas after new mass shootings
"Facing new pressure after two more mass killings in Texas, some Texas lawmakers pushed forward a bill to raise the age for buying AR style weapons, although its final passage is doubtful. Raise the age is the chant from protesters inside the Texas state capitol. Where two Republicans did join Democrats in moving a bill out of committee to raise the purchase age for semi-automatic rifles from 18 up to 21. She'd be lost a gun by the leading the protest, Nikki cross, her ten year old nephew, who she was raising like a son, was killed in the uvalde school shooting, transforming cross and her husband into gun control activists. We will not be silenced. Pushing lawmakers to adopt some restrictions. Enough is enough. Right Ian, do your job. Even though it passed in committee, legislative leaders say the measure to raise the age for AR weapons purchases will be shot down if it even reaches the full House. I'm Jackie Quinn
The Dan Bongino Show
Steve Deace: We're Not a Nation of Law but a Nation of Political Will
"We were talking about COVID examples I mean how many people have a legally actionable case under this new pseudo standard now who we're told to get the vaccine because it prevents COVID who may have come down with myocarditis or family members who may have suffered worse I mean you wrote the book about Fauci You and Dan you got the fourth Reich now You actually wrote books on this I mean under this new pseudo standard is this legally actionable I mean if I were if I were Peter McCulloch maybe the most decorated cardiologist in American history If I were Harvey rich one of the most academically cited MDs in American history Scott Atlas J bhatia John Ian Edison at Stanford University These scientists who were shunned who were scarlet lettered for daring to question the narrative I mean Peter McCulloch has founded three different medical journals They have tried to literally take his medical license away If I'm those guys now I am looking at this precedent and saying okay you want to get nuts Let's get nuts But I think the problem you're still going to have is we're not a nation of laws and we never have been We're a nation of political will and we always will be And so right now all the will or most of the will seems to be on one side And I mean look at what's going on with desantis and Disney right now I mean we have people wearing our own Jersey saying Disney's the victim This isn't good This isn't free We can't have that We can't have that So we finally got somebody who punched them back right in the face and now we're like we're not supposed to do that I mean there's a gentleman's agreement here
The Eric Metaxas Show
Larry Loftis Describes His Journey to Writing Biographies
"Your background? How did you find yourself writing stories about espionage and World War II? How did you find your way into that? Yeah, I'm a lawyer by background. So, but I spent a career there, but I've paid my penance. My purification is complete. So I wanted to write books and I had been a political science major and of course I love James Bond, who doesn't grow up with James Bond when we were young and watching Sean Conrad. So I thought I would do a book on a big spy. So I was thinking of historical fiction and I found this guy dusko popov, who was Ian Fleming's inspiration for Bond. And submitted it to my agent. And he said, well, is most of this true? And I said, it's all true. And he said, well, just do it as straight narrative nonfiction. And I structured it as a thriller because I like thrillers. I Vince Flynn was sort of what me got on got me onto the kick of writing drama, you know, exciting Hitchcock type, drama. And so I use as my rule of thumb what Hitchcock said is suspense. It's the life with the boring parts taken out. Again, because I'm a writer, I'm really interested in this. So when we
AP News Radio
Braves RHP Ian Anderson to have season-ending surgery
"Atlanta Braves right hander Ian Anderson will have Tommy John surgery and miss the remainder of the season. Tests showed Anderson has a torn ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow Anderson won ten games for Atlanta last season after playing a key role in its 2021 World Series championship. The 24 year old Anderson began the season at triple-A gwinnett after control problems prevented him from landing a spot in the Atlanta rotation. He issued 8 walks and 7 and a third innings this spring and the struggles continued in his only start for gwinnett. I'm geffen coolbaugh.
AP News Radio
Wimbledon drops ban on Russians, lets them play as neutrals
"Russian and Belarusian tennis players will now be allowed to compete at Wimbledon as neutral athletes after the all England club reversed its ban from last year, in order to take part, the players must sign a declaration of neutrality as well as complying with appropriate conditions this includes not expressing support for Russia's invasion of Ukraine, and not accepting any funding from Russia or Belarus, Wimbledon's chairman, Ian Hewitt, said the decision to reverse the ban was a difficult one, and was made with the great deal of consideration, nevertheless Ukraine's foreign minister, Demi kuleba, condemned the reversal as immoral, clever called on the UK government to deny visas to the Russian and Belarusian players who have now been allowed back at Wimbledon, Karen Chammas, London
Ian Prior: States Should Manage What Happens in the Classroom
"Our state legislature is doing enough and governors Republican governors doing enough to control what's going on in the classroom as a rule There's some we know who are great Yeah I mean I think some are I think I think others aren't And certainly it falls upon the state not the federal government to really manage what is going on in the states because look if you put the federal government in charge of this that might go great when you have a presidential administration that is favorable towards parental rights But what happens when you get to buy the administration It's not going to go well So we're really falls upon the state to enforce their constitutions to enforce their laws in the past new laws I mean for example there are states out there that have statutory parental rights protections But there's no enforcement mechanisms And that's one of the problems we see from state to state and certainly even in the federal statute the protection of pupil rights amendment There's no enforcement mechanism for parents to take these school districts to court So I mean we need all kinds of things We need transparency of lessons plans curriculum teacher trainings books in the library books in the classroom library but we need more than that We need an enforcement mechanism so that we can bring schools to court and hold them accountable for these things And then you might actually see some changes in what they're doing
Ian Prior: The Intention of 'Parents of the World Unite' Book
"You have a background in media And this is a fantastic book because you're not only discussing the problems Chapter after chapter you're telling people you need to do this You need to do that You need to investigate You need to activate You need to understand that there's a media out there You need to prepare for that And this is how you fight the school board and on and on and on So this is not just a book about what's taking place This is a book that's about action orientation correct Yeah that's right And each chapter there are 12 chapters and we structure it so that each chapter is a bit of a strategic philosophical rule that we applied in the situation but is certainly applicable to every school district in the country no matter what you're doing I mean I like to think of this as sun tzu's art of war for parents which of course will get me flagged by Merrick Garland but so be it That's probably already the case The idea Yeah the idea being that you know parents can utilize this not just to look at these strategies or these practical ideas on how to get the message out to the media how to work with reporters how to send freedom of information act requests how to set up an organization legally to make sure you're getting your donations processed properly but also to get them thinking about their own strategies and tactics and to really crowdsource that among the parents of this country because that's what it's going to take It's going to take you know successes and failures and learning from those successes and failures and sharing them with others so that they can replicate what's been done
Ian Prior: Weaponization of the FBI, Labeling Parents as 'Terrorists'
"And the report concludes also having checked with the U.S. attorney's office is around the country Through landmark legal actually That there was no increase in attacks or crimes that merited this memo at all Isn't this shocking It is And it should frighten every American that you could weaponize the Federal Bureau of Investigation the Department of Justice along with this left wing national school board association which I don't know if it's defunct now but certainly a bunch of state schools were to say associations pulled out to save face although I'm sure they have the same philosophies You know the fact that they could mobilize that quickly over something that was nothing You know you look at these school board meetings across the country And yeah you're going to see some fiery rhetoric But you're not going to see people charging up there and committing acts of violence And if they did that is a local issue that should be handled by local police and county sheriffs not the Federal Bureau of Investigation
Ian Prior: No Signs of the Parents Movement Waning
"Do you find that the parents movement is vibrant and growing That is It's going to be very effective in the future I do I see no signs of it waning Obviously the COP is introduced as parents Bill of rights But you're seeing throughout the country different groups popping up I mean there is no shortage of parents that are reaching out to me on a near daily basis with issues in their school asking for advice on best approaches to handle their woke school board or their woke school superintendents and you can't get on social media or look at the news without a new issue happening and at some school board meeting or at some school district in America And certainly the weaponization report yesterday I think was a vindication for parents where you know essentially concluded that the NSBA The White House and Merrick Garland colluded on this memo from attorney general Garland two years ago to label parents as domestic terrorists really to try and help Perry McAuliffe in Virginia two years ago because this parents movement was so hurting his chances and ultimately doomed them
Ian Prior: Latest Analysis of Schools Pushing a Radical Agenda
"Has a fantastic new book out Certainly every parent grandparent should get it Parents of the world unite have a save our schools from the left's radical agenda Since this really started and you got involved in this and has it gotten better or worse over the last few months Well you know I think it really depends on the state you live in and I think it depends on the elected officials you have I mean one of the things that I've been encouraged to see is you know some of these states passing laws banning these surgeries for children states passing school choice you know really making progress that you haven't seen in the education realm in a while And I credit that to the parents out there that have been pushing back really for the past three years I mean certainly the left has been at it for decades and three years is it going to fix the damage that they've done But it's certainly a good start and this book really chronicles how we were able to really shine a light in loudoun county public schools which ultimately had an impact in the Virginia gubernatorial race And I think you know shown a light for the rest of the country on how they can push back on their own schools and I've been encouraged to see parents taking up that mantle everywhere in the country
The Doug Collins Podcast
Congressman Greg Steube Talks About His Recent Fall
"Let's bring this up because I mean, one of the things that I'm going to get a lot of folks and I've got calls when I first happened, your accident and everything. I saw some great stuff here online recently about the gentleman who stopped and helped you. As much as you want to. Share a little bit with the podcast listeners who may have heard about it, but they're still hadn't heard a whole lot completed. What was actually happening, how did this guy and especially this tale of people helping people, I think, you know, look, we all have access. We all follow. We do, but that idea that somebody would come along and help is just pretty amazing. Yeah, and you really have to back up. I mean, if you're not a believer in God, you will be after hearing the story. And if you are a person of faith, it'll completely renew your faith. So the gentleman's name is woody that it's Daryl woody. I just call him woody. His friends call him woody. Who was the Amazon driver, but a week before this occurred, the Holy Spirit woke him up in the middle of the night like two 30 in the morning and told him to fast. So fast forward a week, he's standing in front of my gate. He hadn't eaten in 8 days and had only had water, and that's why I think he could spiritually assess and deal with all the things that he dealt with in a very quick manner. He was at the exact moment in time that the lord put him. If he would have been 5 seconds earlier, I'd have seen him out of wave. He'd have gone about his day. If he'd have been 5 seconds later, I'd have been on the ground and where we have 5 acres from where the gate is to where I was. He wouldn't have seen me because there's a berm in the way and I'd have been laying on the ground. So if he wasn't there, that exact moment. So I was, we're still dealing with the aftermath of Ian down here in Southwest Florida. We were going to have a church. Gathering at our House on that Saturday. And so I was up trim and trees, and I was on an extension ladder, easily 25 feet up because there were 6 by 6 20 foot 6 by 6s right next to when I was well above that. And woody, I'm trimming trees with a large chainsaw. Woody pulls up. Is there at the exact moment, sees someone trimming with a chainsaw, didn't know it was me at the time. And then as he's walking back to the truck, here's the branch snap, turns around, and at that moment, he sees the limb come down, hit the extension lottery jacks me up. So I didn't just get knocked down. I went up into the air. Wow. And he said it that moment, I looked at him while I was midair and we locked eyes from the gate to where I was falling. And fell 25 to 30 feet down straight down to the ground.
AP News Radio
How Russia's war in Ukraine has evolved after one year of fighting
"Up in global tensions over his invasion of Ukraine, Russian president Vladimir Putin has suspended participation in the last remaining nuclear arms pact between the U.S. and Russia. I'm Ben Thomas with the closer look. Putin made the announcement in a bitter state of the nation speech, which he also cast Russia as a victim, and the one fighting for its existence in its war in Ukraine. He noted Russia is not withdrawing from the start nuclear pact, but reaction to the suspension was swift. UN secretary general Antonio Guterres calling on Moscow in Washington to return to dialog immediately, saying a world without nuclear arms control is a far more dangerous and unstable one. NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg had this. Over the last years, Russia has violated and walked away from key arms control agreements. With today's decision on new start, the whole arms control architecture has been dismantled. Experts note the move may have limited substantive impact. Professor Ian heard at northwestern university saying start was going to expire anyway, but it does have symbolic importance. Russia is much bolder about using its military to
AP News Radio
Conte's return ruined as Tottenham loses at Leicester 4-1
"Tottenham moist to the chance to climb to fourth in the Premier League table by falling to Lester four one. Things look good for spurs at the start with manager Antonio Conte back in the dugout and Rodrigo Benton corps scoring in the 14th minute. But non police mendy and James Madison scored two minutes apart to put the foxes ahead in the 25th. Kolache Ian nachos added a goal just before halftime and Harvey Barnes kept the scoring in the 81st. Tottenham is two points behind Newcastle, which has a game in hand, Lester is 6 points clear of relegation. I'm Dave fairy.
CoinDesk Podcast Network
Binance Setting Up Consortium to Try to Rebuild Trust in Crypto
"By name is up to something. They're always up to something those finance people financings you sometimes see them described as. But anyway, binance, according to this story, by Ian Allison, is trying to organize a consortium that's going to bolster the image of crypto. This is according to an unnamed source, speaking to the analysis of coin desk. Now, I think the scaffold meter might be a little bit high to many of crypto skeptic on this one. I think obviously the image of crypto needs a little bit of rehabilitation in the wake of some major implosions. Finance is still standing. So, according to the story, they're going to take it upon themselves to advance that narrative that crypto isn't just a hotbed of scams. Now, for crypto skeptics, they might be doubting the messenger on this one because binance for a long time has been sort of dodging regulatory mandates and different places. Hopping from jurisdiction to one jurisdiction to the next. So anyway, like our all accusations against finance fair, absolutely not. Are some of them fair? Yes, some of them are fair. So I think people who see this as being kind of silly have a little bit of ground to stand on. But isn't interesting concept and is something that we've seen around lobbying for the positive aspects of the crypto economy, as opposed to those dodgy aspects that we've seen so much of later. So anyway, that's what this story is. That was a bit of a long prelude to our discussion. But I'm going to ask it straight to will for his thoughts on finance reportedly trying to make this organization.
AP News Radio
Nowell, No. 12 Kansas State finish fast, top No. 17 TCU
"The 12th ranked Kansas state wildcats one 82 to 61 over the 17th ranked TCU horned frogs. After TCU pulled within 6 points, K state finished the game on a 17 to two run, including a three point dagger by marquise Noel. It always feels good to get a win underneath my belt. Especially against the top 20 team. With 7 assists on the night, Noelle captured case state single season assist record, the wind split the series with TCU in case state is 5 and four against opponents ranked in the top 25 this season. Ian Ekland, Manhattan, Kansas
AP News Radio
No. 9 Kansas blows lead, then holds off No. 5 Texas, 88-80
"The 9th ranked Kansas Jayhawks upset the 5th ranked Texas longhorns 88 to 80. After Texas battled to tie it early in the second half, Kansas fought back to a 13 point lead, padded by freshmen Grady dick, who led the jayhawks with 21 points. It was vital that we came out here with that energy and kept it through the whole game and whether it be through a timeout out of halftime and hats off to them, there are great athletic team. Texas held jayhawk leading score Jalen Wilson to two points on the night, but Kansas spread it out with 5 different players scoring double digits. With the win, Kansas is three and O against opponents ranked in the top ten for the season. Ian Ekland Lawrence, Kansas.
"ian" Discussed on Typology
"With any gram looking at your behavior in your 20s, even though the motivations are from childhood development. So when I look at my childhood, I'm like, oh, definitely not. When I look at my 20s, I'm like, I'm some co dependent things were there. Maybe it's more to, but when it's like looking at the core type, do you really want to look towards the development in childhood and the messages that were there? Or do you look for kind of the manifestation of those messages in your 20s and teen mice and try to see that as more of the pattern? Yeah, I really look at both. Okay. Yeah, I look at both. But I often times will say to people when you're in your 20s, late teens and 20s. You lack so much self awareness that your personality becomes really obvious. Also, on codependency, I'd say 9s have more problems with the codependence. Interesting. Yeah, so it's been sort of I've heard you say that a couple of times where you have associated the codependency with a two. Yeah. Megan. Yeah. So it's like, yeah, that said, both twos and 9s can really be of all the numbers. More likely to be codependent, more easily codependent. But I would say that if I had to make a guess between a two and a 9, it would be more likely to be a 9. Yeah. That's so interesting. Well, thank you. Yeah, this has been fun. Yeah, thanks for coming on. So fun. Yeah, great to be on. Happy travels. All right. Safe travel. See ya. Take care. Bye bye. Well, that was fun. I'm glad she came on. Yeah, me too. That was a really fun, man. Fun just to reach out to someone who's listening and someone who is a friend. Okay, I think we have one more question that I want to run by you. All right. Someone posted it on social media. And I just want to let people know that we pay attention to those things. So you might post a question or respond to some kind of a post that Ian makes, but we take note, and this is one of those. The person who wrote this NSAID, I'd love to hear Ian riff on the benefits of the enneagram for people in recovery. As to when and how the tool might be used in tandem with working a program or doing boundary and grief work more 5 guests, please. Yeah. Well, you know, I love to ask questions about recovery stuff. That's such a gigantic part of my life. And I think there's a lot of applications. In fact, I recently, maybe about 8 months ago, I did a whole enneagram workshop for my recovery home group and we had like 40 people come. We talked about the enneagram and recovery and working at 12 step program. So a couple of things. I'd say it is a great tool. Let's say for step four. Now I was thinking about this when the question came up. In step four, we made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves. That step four. Right. It's a way of getting ready for step 5, which is admitted to God to ourselves into another human being the exact nature of our wrongs. Okay. So this is the inventory steps right.
Open Floor: SI's NBA Show
"ian" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show
"Blazers super fan Ian carmella's here. Look at your smiling face. Rip city, baby. How could I not be happy? We're one and O, we're about to go 82 and O, it's a beautiful day to be a blazer fan. You're always excited to be a blazer fan. So my old gig, we used to do this pretty regularly. We did a league pass draft because we're all basketball junkies.
Entrepreneur on FIRE
"ian" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"Ian say what's up to fire nation and share something that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with. What's up fire nation? My name is Ian and I'm thankful to be here. What's something I believe about success that my people might disagree with, I would say that the things that the world judges success, money in the bank account, things of that nature are probably not really success. I think success has to do with how much you laugh is a great measure of success. How much you smile is a great emergency. How much do you enjoy what you're doing? The feedback you get from people around you, especially people you're closest to. Great measure of success. So I just think I live by a different scoreboard. Than many people that would talk about successes, this achievement, or this acquisition, things of that nature. So maybe that's a bit different than others might feel. Well, I think that's a great way to start this episode. And it's a great theme I want to keep coming back to as we chat here today. Because you've done some pretty cool things over the years, as I mentioned in the intro, the CEO of a ten live at dot live. You're also the co producer of NFT NYC, which has taken on a whole animal of itself, you've been involved with NFT since 2017, which is pretty crazy. And you love one wheels, which is fantastic. Sunsets, can you see us on set from your treehouse? Is that possible? I can see the sunrise to the left and the sunset to the right. You've nailed it. I'm just like basking. In the grace of nature. That's fantastic..
"ian" Discussed on Fore Play
"And only one gram of sugar, so it's great stuff. You're gonna enjoy it. All right, we're gonna throw it to mister rapaport, enjoy this interview. We will be back on Tuesday of next week, hit it hard. Hit it hard. Hit hard. It was hard. All right, folks, we're joined by an icon in the scoop game. He is NFL network and NFL dot com insider Ian rappaport rap sheet. He's got some good history of parcel sports. I'm actually really excited for this..
The Breakdown with NLW
"ian" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW
"Seen yet. Awesome Ian well, super excited to have you here really excited about the investment club product and I'm already thinking about who I'm going to ping first to explore how I kind of have a Dow in the name, right? The breakdown. So we'll see what happens. Oh, hey, there we go. Major alpha week there. Yeah, all right. Awesome. Well, thanks so much again for the time and all the hard work and look forward to seeing what happens. I have to have you back to report on progress in a couple of months. Yeah, I think so much. And I'm excited to have you back on this doing more podcasts going forward. All right guys, just a really quick wrap up at the end of that. I have to say that for me, dows have always made the most intuitive sense compared to basically anything else in web three after Bitcoin. The idea of people coming together to pool resources to allocate in a specific way is just, I believe one of the most fundamental types of human social engagement. It extends from a business activity to a social activity to a community activity and so on and so forth. I think that many of these early dows that you're seeing are just going to be experiments and they'll probably fade away, and that's for me why this infrastructure is almost even more important than anyone spot example. Ultimately, I think there is a latent human behavior that is going to find its way into dows and help them become a key part of the landscape in the years to come. In either case, I hope you feel like you understand the space more after that conversation. Thanks again to Ian for joining me. Thanks again to my sponsors. Nexo IO, abra and FTX for supporting the show and thanks to you guys for listening. Until tomorrow be safe and take care of each other. Peace.
The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen
"ian" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen
"All right, my Friends, the time is now. Let's go do it. Let's go talk to the brilliant and wise. Ian Morgan Kron. Would you mind sharing what the enneagram is just to set the table for everyone that's not familiar hasn't heard of it before. Sure,.
Mindfulness For Beginners
"ian" Discussed on Mindfulness For Beginners
"Friend, I hope you're happy. I hope your peaceful. It's a pleasure to practice with you again. One of the things I've always been interested in is how do we get more man and transit and mindfulness, been aware of how you feel? Was a young man, I was frequently either touched with me fill in, so I was anxious and angry and depressed. But that seems to be a group of people who are hardest to access and hardest to get interested in it. So I thought it might be useful to have a chat with my friend Ian sneath, but what more we can do to get young man to get interested in being in touch with her feelings and practice and mindfulness. Ian's recently returned from loving and plum village for two years. This experience allowed him to immerse himself and take not Hans mindfulness teachings, and Ian discovered tie 12 years ago after studying various teachers. And 2014 he attended the 21 day retreat, what happens when we're alive? What happens when we die? Led by tie himself. And it was a deeply powerful healing transformative teaching that made Ian stop and look at the path that his life was on. And mindfulness is given in so much benefit, helping every aspect of his life, and his intent as night he dedicate his life to deepness practice and share in the teachings of technet harm. So I started by asking in how he could start it in the practice. Suffering. That's how I first got into mindfulness. Yeah, I was always kind of interested in mindfulness. Although they didn't even know it's called mindfulness, but I was always kind of interested in philosophical views about things. But yeah, I got to around about the age of 40. And I kind of achieved everything. I kind of set out to achieve what society told me that was kind of like would make you happy. So I got to that kind of age. Well, I've got everything I want pretty much and I've can do anything I want. So why am I not really happy? And so that's when I first started picking up some books on what makes you happy and there was like a common thread really of what makes people happy. So yeah, that's what started that's what started me off and quickly found different mindfulness teachers that spoke to me really. And who were some of the teachers that you looked at? Yeah, and I think I was really lucky actually because I stumbled across eckhart tolle and the power of now quite early on..
FOMO Sapiens with Patrick J. McGinnis
"ian" Discussed on FOMO Sapiens with Patrick J. McGinnis
"It was still traveling on traveling today. And those are the addition hotels with marriott and public hotels and somebody who has been to a bunch of these over the years. When i got word that was coming on the show i totally fan void out. You will hear it in the interview. I was very very excited. Because i this is something that i personally and i'm sure many of you have also lived in his co. tells over time i remember when i was right out of college coming to new york city and i went to the world in on forty fourth street between fifth and sixth and it was the coolest place i had ever been. I didn't know places like that existed. Outside of television shows and here i was living inside of ian brain in his better world but he creates for us and so i just wanted to get inside of that head because he is somebody who makes his creativity with a real understanding of how people think and the other thing about ian kind of amazing to me is. he's a very detail oriented guy. Obviously when you open an experiential hotel. You're making a ton of decisions and there. I'm it's really anything right. I would be terrible this but you're deciding about the napkin but it has to also go with the uniform and it has to go the music and the lights and everything and he does that but at the same time. He's very decisive. And we all know people who are very good at details but kansas sided thing or very decisive but cannot deal with details. Ian does them both and he'll explain how he does that on today's episode. We're also gonna talk about how somebody goes from the nightclub world into the hotel world which i guess now that he's created the entire concept of the boutique hotel with the cool restaurant. And all that sort of stuff it makes sense. But at the time was revolutionary. And so we're gonna talk about that. Because at the end of the day ian is original and i think we all have something we can learn from him and if you love this conversation a new you will don't worry because they'll be more. I decided that this was so good after recording that i decided to make it a double episode because in next week episode. We're gonna talk about creativity. So ian is a super creative guy and he talks about his process and i found that super fascinating and we also take some questions from listeners. We got a couple of questions in. And i love to ask questions that you send to me and so we will answer those as well and the really good ones now. Since this is the first episode of season six. Ask you a little favor. I am coming up with something new here a new concept. And we're gonna call it foam therapy and on select episodes. I wanna get some of you listeners. On the show to talk about. What's giving you foam or fogo. And i want to solve your problem. Live on air. So if you have something that's causing you to have more fogo and you're willing to talk about it and we don't have to say last name by the way i'm not going to buy one of those machines where disguises your voice because just don't have the budget for that right now so we're not gonna do that but if you're willing to come on the show for quick yet meaningful conversation reach out to me outlets connect.
Duncan Trussell Family Hour
"ian" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour
"You know threats of of suicide self harm. And so then. I stayed in it because i was so afraid of what would happen to her. And i'll say you know in relation to that abusive pattern. That became so familiar to me because it was like a bridge to my childhood in a negative way with this relationship. Yes you know in my current relationship. There's a bridge to my childhood of absolute joy that she says me. I love your smile. And i love when you laugh because i can see little ian. I can see the kid you were. That had so much happiness inside of you means so much to me because you know and again gratitude. This relationship i went through. That was complete hell in turmoil. I it got me into therapy twice a week. I started you know. Cbt therapy which really helps you know. I was reading these books. I was doing these. Worksheets was like journaling. I was praying. I was you know. I gave up dating women porn masturbation. I gave up everything and just sat in the uncomfortable. Sludge of what it was. I was just sobbing and crying for days and because of that i was really trying to access and talk to that inner child of mine and it's so wildly serendipitous. I guess that without even knowing that the person i'm with now with whom. I feel such a kinship and love apropos of nothing goes i love your laugh in your smile. I see that child that you were. And i'm like that's what i've been trying to access. That's what i've been working towards. You know which was such a wink and nod from the universe. Like you're you're good buddy. Things are good. you know. Eighty five percent of people who play daily fantasy sports lose. They don't just lose their money. They lose their integrity. They lose their spirit. They lose their soul. It's not that rising the game is rigged against you. You're playing against thousands of other lineups not to mention experts who have more tools and more time. These are people who work at google and have access to their quantum computers. And they're using them to make their decisions introducing stat hero. It's the first ever daily fantasy sports book. The puts the player in control in winning within reach. Here's how it works stat. Euro shows you their lineups in dares you to beat them. It's you versus the house in the head. Dad fantasy matchup you name your stakes winner. Take all you have the advantage stat. Euro is showing you their lineups ahead of time. No one else does that. Something happened over there. They shouldn't do that. You wouldn't wanna do that because if you do that. And you're trying to run some kind of fantasy sports service. Then you're going to end up losing money. So this is why somebody who's having some kind of midlife crisis and you might as well take advantage of that. You're in total control stat..
Duncan Trussell Family Hour
"ian" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour
"Greetings friends here. We are podcast number two for the week. I'm about to head to the beach with my family. So i don't have time to do along. Beautiful intro with incredibly complex music sometimes takes me months to compose and my special studio here in the mountains rather. We're just going to jump right in to this. Episode in finance is a brilliant comedian. Who i've been lucky enough to be friends with ever. Since my stint in new york city he was one of the first comics that i made friends with and it has been incredible to watch this brilliant. Comedians incredible journey through the world of stand up comedy. He is so funny. If you ever are lucky enough to have him perform in your area you got to go see him. He goes on the road with me sometimes and he is a true crusher when it comes to comedy but not only that he is a really deep sweet brilliant. Mystical dude who. I am really really fortunate to be friends with so when you bleed shower with all kinds of love. He's ian animals sixty nine on instagram twitch and twitter. He's got a really funny. Podcast called by guys. That's b. I guys on gas digital. And he's going to be the moon tower comedy festival sept- september twenty third to the twenty fifth goethe's website in finance dot com. He's got dates coming up on his own. And with the great dave attell and now welcome back to the h. in finance.
Entrepreneur on FIRE
"ian" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"Iq points and let me tell you a lot of the people that hire and do it successfully. No if they bring people in who are enthusiastic about life and about things in general they'll learn the skills but people that come in and they talk like this and it's not easy to get any kind of an energy out of them. They're just not going to be bringing the kind of vibe that a lot of companies wanna bring to their energetic organizations so in obviously you dropped a ton more value in your book get hired now so fire nation need to go to ever you consume books and check this puppy out. But what do you want to leave. Fire nation with as a final value bombs to make sure that we really get this point. You're about to make from our entire interview. And then the best ways to connect with everything that you have going on ziprecruiter and then we'll say goodbye. Well i think the thing. I want to say to the broad job seeker audience out there. is a lot of people have conflated making more money with success and sometimes making more money is success but if you entirely direct your job search around simply who will pay the most that is not a great recipe for having a great career. You should be passionate about the work that you do. And if you're not i would encourage you to take time to reflect because it goes back to that thing i was just saying before where you have a doozy azam and momentum and when you're inspired and excited by what you do then other people are attracted to and the best opportunities will come to you and i. I even put a story in the book. That's a classic story to highlight this very brief but basically a man is walking down a road and he comes across three bricklayers who are building something and he says the first bricklayer would he building. The guy says i'm building a wall and he says the second bricklayer. What are you building. He says i'm building a building and he says to the third bricklayer would he building in the man raises his hands to the sky. And says i am building a cathedral. Now which of those three would you wanna hire. Be the third guy. Fire nation d. The third guy. I mean come on enthusiasms worth twenty five. Iq points and believe me. Most of us myself included keyed us twenty-five iq points. So you know this year. The average of the five people you spend the most time with you've been hanging out with an jail d today so keep up that heats head over to yo fire dot com type ian in the search bar and the show page will pop up with everything. We've talked about here today. Ian has been a guest before she listened to that episode as well which also rockets and of course checkout gets hired now for all the obvious reasons from everything..
"ian" Discussed on Criminal
"Thanks to progressive for their support. Have you tried the name. Your price tool had it works just the way. It sounds utah progressive. How much you want to pay for car insurance and they'll show you coverage options that fit. Your budget is easy to start a quote in. you'll be able to find a rate that works for you. Just one of the many ways you can save with progressive get your quote today at progressive dot com and see why four to five new auto customers recommend progressive progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates price and coverage match limited by state law. Ian manual was taken to an adult jail to wait for his transfer to an adult prison. He remembers being led down a hallway and locked alone into a small cell. He was placed in solitary confinement because prison officials didn't think you'd be safe with the adults. Juveniles and adult prisons are five times more likely to be victims of sexual assault. Ian remembers that everything in the jail was purple. He asked a guard why he was in solitary confinement in why everything was purple. The guard told him that he was in solitary because of his age and things repainted purple. Because someone had determined that purple had a calming effect. It was always a cultural shot for child. But you know it was. It was very. It was very tough. I did cry a lot of tears. doing that. begin until i adjusted. I learn to adapt to my. That's one thing. I think that helped me being so young. You know. I was like i was being molded and had i already been older and adult would have been able to bear solitaire. Farmers is escaping with my sanity intact. As as much as i did. He was transferred to appalachia correctional institution in june of nineteen ninety-one. His mother sent him aradio and he remembers listening to gloria estefan. He says he just lived in his imagination. His lawyer sent him a package containing all the material pertaining to his case and included in a police. Report was debbie bakeries address and phone number on christmas eve about eight months into his life sentence ian says he decided to call her to apologize back then. We had live operators. I don't even know. We still have live operators nowadays but back then all you had to do was perce zero and operated a pick up the call. And so i now operator picked up and i said i like the place a call to this phone number and she said okay. Tell her collect. Call from ian for debbie f. The phone run the phone run in the phone long and a lady picked up on the other end and i still remember saying the operator saying you have a collect. Call from ian for debbie. Will you accept the charges. And i remember debbie's pausing and saying can you ask him his last name. And i said yeah manual. My name is manual and i remember san yes i just remember blurting out with bakery items called wish you and your family a merry christmas into apologize for shoot shooting you interface. I just remember her asking me in. Why why did you shoot me. And i just remember telling her it all happened so fast and and then you know. She said yeah. Maybe the first shot wasn't mistake. But then you shot at my friend and then shot at again. And i didn't really have answers to give her and so we talk about you know at that time. Fifteen minutes and then. I asked her as the phone call was coming to in could i could i call back. She said yes. I don't quite remember what we said during the second phone. Call all i remember. This actually.
"ian" Discussed on Criminal
"This episode contains descriptions violence. Please use discretion. They kept trying to get me. They gave me a and they kept trying to rob people in their open. Broad daylight and i kept saying no so out the tone in like ten people down. We finally all set down on a on a curve. And they they say. Espn if you're not gonna get the gun. Somebody else now. Passing has gone around like a hot potato. Like who's gonna do it and we made a pack. We made a agreement at that moment. That the next people we came upon whether it was in the oper are not that this is the robbery was going to was going to happen and it was going to go down on july twenty seventh nine hundred ninety a twenty eight year. Old woman named debbie bakery went out with some friends in downtown tampa. She'd recently given birth to her second child in this first night out with friends in a while on her way back to her car she bumped into a man she knew from the gym and he offered to walk with her the rest of the way the same day a thirteen year old named emmanuel was walking around downtown tampa with three older friends. We were in a parking lot and we walked in. We approach this Couple that was standing by car and approached him and asked for change for twenty. And i pulled a gun out and i said it's a jack and the lady screen and i just fire the first shot. Ian manual fired hit debbie bakery in the face destroying her jaw tongue and teeth. The bullet exited through her cheek and she started running away in fired at her again and missed. She leader had forty surgeries to rebuild her jaw. Ian had also fired at the man. He wasn't hurt. Ian says that after the shooting he and his friends ran away. I went back. I'll tell the next day. And i see blood on the ground. Dane magic thanking about. How close it was to her actually.
"ian" Discussed on ShopTalk
"ian" Discussed on ShopTalk
"There's no other light stakeholders so that was like a really good sort of against on ramp into that and it was kinda like coming out of that stuff whereas like okay now maybe we could start putting you on some some client work stuff but but to Sort of billable like to people that it was not that at all it was really just kinda light. Ian is going to be hanging out for a while. Maybe he can help me with like a couple side projects and that was really after that that it was like holy smokes. Like i've actually just getting buried with client work and stuff like that and i actually needed extra help and so it ended up working out really well. There are some aseren. Deputy that happened like oh yeah thurs jor foreshore like there's a big a big landed in your lap and i was like actually. Why don't you names on them. And that in that big one was about dot com. If you view remember about.
Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan
"ian" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan
"Also just like packing up and leaving. That's not a good look and listen. I know college. Students don't always have the best judgments when i was in college. In nineteen ninety seven. I hitchhiked from great barrington massachusetts to new york city. That that was a poor choice but like your friend or at least someone you're sharing an apartment with for a few days goes missing and you just leave. Who does that. We need more information on these people. It's possible the reason. The police don't suspect foul play indians. Case is that they believe ian never wanted to be found that ian disappeared on purpose after all adults in this country are legally allowed to walk away from their lives without having to tell anybody where they went or why. It's a shitty thing to do. But mitt happens on the other hand. One thing we do know about ian. According to his brother is that he had a history of depression and again like same. But it's hard to know to what extent his depression showed up in his life or affected him regardless it's possible that ian 's mental health played a role in his disappearance. One theory is that he had some sort of mental health episode for god who he was and ended up homeless in new york. This theory comes from the now. Defunct facebook group find ian burnett. A member of the facebook group posted that she kept seeing the same homeless man over and over again and believed it was in. She eventually snapped a photo of this man and posted it to the group. I have searched and searched. And i cannot find this photo but no one ever verified that. The man in the photo was ian. She said she talked to the man and that he got cagey when she asked him if he was in but people who are living on the streets sometimes get cagey when strangers asked them who they are just like people living in apartments or houses weird right. And here's the thing. People don't go from engineering student to completely unrecognisable person living on the street overnight like he's not suddenly going to be covered in dirt in rags pushing a shopping cart if an had been wandering around having some kind of mental health episode the chances of someone spotting him are good also ian had his. Id with him. At least it wasn't in the apartment when his family came to look for him so even if he had forgotten who he was his handy dandy. Id would have provided some clue. Another possibility is that ian took his own life and his body was somehow never found. There really is not too much to say about this theory other than that. It would be a tragic outcome. But there's no evidence that ian was that depressed and it doesn't seem like he came from a family that would have let him travel to new york city with strangers in the middle of a major depressive episode. And maybe he did meet with foul play. Maybe he witnessed something he wasn't supposed to maybe he was murdered and his body was expertly. Disposed of.
Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan
"ian" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan
"Okay but how about surveillance cameras in or around the apartment building where ian was staying. Wouldn't it be worth checking to see if he did in fact leave alone or if he ever made it. Back after december thirtieth back on jamie's original red at post about ian disappearance. A person familiar with the neighborhood where ian was staying commented that a lot of buildings in the neighborhood have security cameras. This person even posted a picture of the building next door to wear him had stayed to show that that building indeed had a security camera and even listed the security company who maintained it. I know it's a stab in the dark. They commented but maybe contact them to see if they'll watch their footage to see if your brother is on any of it. Unfortunately it doesn't appear that anyone did okay so the nypd didn't check any security footage. What about the local hospitals unless jamie just forgot to mention that they checked all the hospitals. Which doesn't seem very likely considering his posts about his brother's disappearance tended to be pretty thorough..