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"j." Discussed on The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"j." Discussed on The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

"Then Yeah it it's it is disconcerting because it feels like you're regressing Fast forward like if it was a tape player in your gut rewind fast forward and regular play where on your bod gas where you can go from regular speed time to. It's like feels like the with parkinson's has just hit times to ashley. Is that Is that how you seen patients defined it. Yes so many of my patients have told me that it feels like they're Walking through molasses if they get stuck sometimes there can even be a trepidation earnings. Zaidi where they the off. Times come unpredictably like it was described before where they could be walking across the street and suddenly there's an off and that can really become very troublesome ploblematic with trying to go about your daily life So many of my patients have described as bat and then some of my patients who may not have as much a motor symptoms can described their off as a an increase of anxiety. This rush that you know. I'm looking for my next medication. I feel like there's something going on inside of me. But i have a lot of difficulty describing what that is so it could be motor an non motor symptoms that people experienced in. It's definitely up to the provider to try to Tease those out. Every time they meet with with one of the persons had parkinson's disease to back that up there was published a paper in movement disorders in two thousand twenty examining how people with parkinson's experience off time in the paper use data from the michael j. fox foundation medical study fox insight down part of And you should be to fox insight. Look it up. Study found that the three most common of the off symptoms raising gate apathy and memory problems. So as you said. Ashley can present itself as a mix of motor non motor symptoms. Yes the study also found that some patients had trouble even explaining their symptoms and nearly half described bothersome symptoms. That would be missed by standard assessment conducted. My doctors how. How can a person with parkinson's or or even their their partner talk to their doctors about this topic In a way that they would understand it. I'll start with ashley. And i'm going to go sonya. Maybe rick has some thoughts on that to. It's an excellent question. And like i said before..

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"j." Discussed on The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"j." Discussed on The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

"Were dykes from tennessee. Her dad mike was diagnosed with parkinson's twenty. Fourteen maggie. yeah. Thanks for having me. Thank you for being willing to share your experiences than wisdom today. Let's get started so michael. J. fox has a wonderful quote. That says when. I first heard about my diagnosis. I was so angry and tracy just looked at me and said some breed in sickness and in health as care partners and loved ones. We know in a way. We also diagnosed with parkinson's so we love to start with rich when your waist polo was diagnosed with parkinson's what was your initial reaction. And how has your partner. Experience evolved over time. My initial reaction was the combination of being scared being afraid being upset the background was that the closest experience. I had the parkinson's prior to that from all his dad father-in-law most late in life. So first thing. I'm thinking is no owes much young. Have arkansas The second one thinking is that he didn't do very well with his with his disease had progressed very rapidly taking his body taking his mind. So i confess one that i was thinking terrible things about what this actually man and the second thing was. I wasn't actually sharing that with anyone. That wasn't actually say. Oh my gosh you know. Is it going to be the same as my father-in-law so that that was my initial reaction not necessarily the best reaction subsequent to that. Yes about kind of the journey. So now i discovered that i was wrong. People with arkansas. They unique experiences and most people can do quite well and -ccomplish alive for long periods. So that was wrong. I learned that. There's lots of resources to help me and help all along the journey. So that's that's really important I think i learned an learning how to be a good Ardor and and i think very important i learned to focus on positives and focus on today.

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"j." Discussed on The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"j." Discussed on The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

"As one of the for the common good right all right so tim. What are your favorite Wellness tips people. I know you're the big wellness guy. You've got the u-turn parkinson's constantly telling me get out there and exercise. What do you what do you. What what are your tips. But am i by. Tips are consistency. Larry number one. You gotta you gotta be active everyday that or the the goal is to be active everyday doing something and not super hard exercise everyday activity thirty twenty to thirty minutes getting out into being active everyday. Whether that's walking your dog one walk yourself or just dumb cycling if you run or whatever whatever you loved new york your cycle that's great. I dunno it sunny everyday. What a sonia do life. that's not the same. I do a variety of stuff. I do young guy do weight training in walking dogar out there three day for a twenty minute walk dog. It's great that's fantastic. So that's number one tempest consistency. Try to keep yourself on a routine that you that you are able to do regularly and that isn't so onerous that you dread getting up and doing it every day. Yeah and we need people to be well so they can be great advocates that rises our third pillar advocacy And we're going to welcome. John layer that president and ceo of parkinson's foundation john welcome to the pdf vendors takeover of the michael. J. fox parkinson's podcast. Thank you very much. It's a pleasure to be here tells. The mission of the parkinson's foundation of what makes the organization unique. Yes so the parkinson's foundation we are We were first established in Actually in nineteen fifty seven and in two thousand sixteen. We brought together to legacy organizations to form the parkinson's organization so we've been around for a long time and our mission really is to make sure that people who have parkinson's live well today that they have access to the very best health care that's available and that they have the highest quality of life while at the same time we are investing significant.

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"j." Discussed on The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"j." Discussed on The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

"Hello my friends as you mentioned signing mathur. I'm co founder. The peanut vendors as well as co chair of the michael j. fox patient council hilarious sonia senior. I am co founder and secretary and treasurer the peanut vendors on the executive director return parkinson's and author of the book perseverance and the winner of season one of raising mentioned that one for sure. But the what we working on together as the pdf vendors. The pandur is is really a nonprofit lead organization working with the michael j. fox foundation and over fifty parkinson's organizations worldwide to build a global alliance to end parkinson's disease. We also have more than thirty seven hundred individuals from seventy countries worldwide. Who signed up to be pedia vendors and and we talk about the bedia vendors and the people are like. I've heard this over and over to there's so many organizations. How do we know what they are. Which is why we're here today because we want to introduce you to some of the other organizations mean. You're absolutely right larry. We can never have enough. People helping people parkinson's live a better life and searched for a way to end this disease. I mean if you think better parkinson's was identified more than two hundred years ago and since then we've done a lot of humanity is put men on the moon. We've eradicated polio. We've changed hiv from a death sentence to a chronic illness. We've mac human genome and discovered thousands of galaxies among the stars and yet the gold standard treatment for parkinson's disease is a fifty year old medication. It's it's older than we are. Speak speaker yourself larry. That's right so yeah we're tired of waiting. We need to be allowed uncomfortable. Ever present voice of any change in how the disease is traded. Pb vendors was inspired by a great book called ending parkinson's disease. If you haven't read yet you should get it. It's awesome it's authors. The the rockstars of parkinson's doctors were dorsey. Michael oaken baas blow and todd share. What we do is different than every other organization we we think global act local. It's we aligned ourselves with organizations that are ready willing and able to collaborate with other pd organizations around the world in. Collaboration is why we're here today. Michael j. fox condition has been very generous allowing Larry timman i to introduce you to some of our partner organizations across north america in europe. You don't have to have parkinson's to want to help. end it. Family members medical professionals serapis friends. We need everyone to join us at pedia vendors dot com dd of anders dot com..

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"j." Discussed on The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"j." Discussed on The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

"That gives me great great hope lacquer ties into my last question is this is a pity vendors. Tako takeover the foundations. Podcast why did foundation agree to partner with pd inventors. Well i think there's you know if you think about what it really takes to succeeding you. It's it's folly to magin that one organization is is going to be you know is is the one and only organization that needs to exist to make this happen. I mean just by step whole back and think of one subset of needs which is better treatments there. There are three big entities just in that part of the space. There's government funding in early stages in academia there's fox funding which is highly strategic that is bridging on a basic science. And teeing it up for in the translational space to get it into the clinic at We often our funding in phase. One a little bit face to even and then there's pharma and that's that's before that's just to get a drug approved. Then you have other entities that need to get it to to patients and make it give accessible and affordability so you you. It's just folly to imagine that any success is gonna come by a single entity. And when i think of the role that a lot of Patient organisations way it. It's really Critical for us to reach as far as we can and so working with smart people who are motivated who seek who want to be informed and want to figure out which of these things i can do to really make a difference. We need those kinds of partnerships. And so it it. It's a no brainer. So debbie We gotta get michael. Decide up a pdf venture. So how are you gonna help us do that. Well you know i. He's he's what everybody in spirit on these things and it's just you know it's really. It's a stunning thing for me. To have seen over the years. How many tugs come on his shirt and you know and to remind folks. He's had parkinson's now for thirty years. And so you know. I said before. Everybody can't do everything. And i think it's fair to say he's tunnel bot and let him pick what he's gonna do but please no he's with spirit and we're here and and so I think If you want a role model for an adventure is the original. We're standing on his shoulders. Appreciate all that. He's done to bring us out of the shadows. I have often said that. That without the michael j. fox foundation we would still be lost somewhere back in eighteen. Seventy and we are so very grateful to all that you have done and what michael has done to literally bring us out of the dark and let people know that we exist out. There's more that we need to thank you. And i know that he he. He takes very seriously that the appreciation of that and he took it very seriously stepping into the role. He thought a lot about He he he wanted to do something but he thought a lot about. What's what's the right thing to do. Where could he bring the most value. I think that's an important journey for anybody who wants to get a gauge. You know it's hard not to be tempted to want to do everything and the at the fox. Why should we really. We work hard on that too. I think part of our strengthened successes come from staying very you know very everything. We do has a connection to the goal of speeding drug development and better achievements and sometimes it may not be so obvious. But i assure you everything we're doing is in service of that and takes every ounce of energy we have and i think individuals there's a. There's a similar herald l. in that kind of process in. Obviously i'm looking at people on on screen as we record this and i see people who have done so many things you know so people can juggle and make their choices. But those prioritization are critical so that we don't isn't that we're rational and sober about where we can make the biggest impact. And and i. I couldn't be more grateful or being the person who happened to be the one that michael at the time and to help him realize his vision but i do think tim that he feels a great responsibility and felt a real opportunity to be part of the community by taking those steps. Thank you thank you. Debbie michael foundation for your passion commitment and dedication to get this done. We really do appreciate appreciate your time as well tonight. Names goodness it's my pleasure. Thanks debbie this. Awesome out one of the things to keep in mind about research and sonia. Tim you can talk about. This too is up. People with parkinson's need to help out. They need to raise their hands and participate Because it doesn't get done without us it is actually true without us. There cannot be any better treatments courage. Assistant work that way. The research community needs to partner with patient community to make that happen. We continue that were important in research so we need to really encourage one another end to ourselves involved in research wherever whenever we can and we're not just about research about research and advocacy and wellness and many of the organizations around the world touch on two or three of those pillars as well The pedia vendors are inspiring change around the world as it relates to research now dundee university in scotland. One of our new partners decided to dedicate a hundred percent of their research efforts to parkinson's projects in canada. The pacific parkinson's research institute helps fund. Pd research at the university of british columbia next week. We're going to explore six more organizations re under the advocacy banner and three dedicated to wellness. Will you guys ready to that. Absolutely signed me up. I know you. You'll be like don't push ups getting ready. Lord have jimmy choi screaming in your ear. My god come on three more or fifty more. I do wanna also acknowledge. Sharon kirscher twitchy woman for inspiring this these episodes of the podcast because she did this on her on her own for the her support groups where she invited to different organizations into explaining what they're all about and we thought it was such a great idea that we could. We could do it here too. And so we. We want to thank her for that. You can learn more about the twitchy woman and michael j. fox foundation and all these organizations at pd avengers dot com. And while you're there you might as well just sign up to be a pd avenger mighty. How all right. We'll talk to you next week. This is the michael j. fox foundation podcast on behalf of everyone at the foundation and the pd avengers. We we wish you well and we will talk to you again soon. Did you enjoy this. Podcast shirt with a friend or leave a review on i tunes. It helps listeners. Like you find and support our mission. Learn more about the michael j. fox foundation at michael j. fox dot. Org thanks for listening. This is michael j. fox. Thanks for listening to this. Podcast learn more about the michael. J. fox foundation's work and how you can help. Speed cure and michael j. fox dot org.

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"j." Discussed on The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"j." Discussed on The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

"And i had the pleasure. Speaking with her cure. Parkinson's Is an organization that was founded back in two thousand and five by four individuals with parkinson's who wanted to really put some energy behind research into a cure and at that particular time the landscape the research landscape was pretty bleak. A number of big pharmaceutical companies had left left parkinson's just as that drugs were coming off patent. It wasn't making sense for them to be active in the space and there've been a number of studies that hadn't Hadn't been successful. And i think we felt that more needed to be done to really focus the effort towards secure sat impact on the type of research that you now fund very much so the research that we fund is is very much focused on trying to slow down the disease to stop it or reverse it But the re-met for our starch committee who evaluate all our research projects Is that the project needs to in the clinic. That means a phase two clinical trial within five years of funding. Because actually what we want to be able to do. Make a difference to people living republicans. Now what sort of research is on the horizon. for care. parkinson's we have all international link clinical trials program and we walk in collaboration with vinyl receptions. To change each year we pull together a group of ideas With very very strong biochemical evidence on these drug ideas that could move into into clinical trials. It is very active and thriving program with now sixteen trials of ict drugs that are happening around the world. A not all of those funded by us. Some of those are funded by our partners. But for me those meetings. The magic is because we have Partner funders in the room with us but particularly michael j. fox an h also join us partisans. Canada parkinson's uk And and that adds a dynamism but most importantly we will have people living with parkinson's at the table. How do you feel the patients fit into this. Whole clinical trial process. It's feick important. The people with parkinson's are embedded in in all projects. Right from the start. They can really help shape the thinking but also in terms of viability and practicality particularly now as we're moving into an era where a hybrid trials being designed which involves more home visits. We've we've got to be really mindful of making the clinical trial experience for people with parkinson's as positive as it can be and make sure that they feel as if they are very much included in the process as part of the clinical study team as participants not as subjects but as participants proactive participants. On that journey. That that's that's a great way of summarizing I i really think that that aligns with what. Pd ventures is all about as well and speaking of media vendors you've been an extremely supportive encouraging and guiding force for us. Thus far for me pd avenge is is such an important movement. This is about raising the profile of parkinson's nationally internationally and locally the high the profile of parkinson's the greater the chance we will attract government interest and with that government investment and with that government investment. It's not just in the curative research agenda. But it's also in the wellness research that is urgently-needed And i think it is also making sure that parkinson's is on the agenda globally with the. Who with the un you know. People have parkinson's in every country round the world and that health inequality is palpable. It's time that we raise the profile of parkinson's it's time we all work together to do that. Each of us of course have have are in areas especially -ality but we will all benefit if parkinson's becomes a health priority. Hell is such a great advocate and leader and supporter. But we're doing it's great if she's actually the catalyst for what we're doing. She's the one that made the initial call saying. What do people think. That book ending bargains disease. Let's get some folks together dog about he asked. I think we do have to thank for that and you can learn more about your apartments in by going to their website. Parkinson's dot or dot uk. Yeah go to that website and then go to our website. Pedia vendors dot com and sign up to be a pedia vendor. While we're often running. Well run walk by box. It doesn't matter larry. Just move your body. We'll deferring move on to wellness tim. Michael j. fox foundation has been a major influential player in all three pillars that the pdf ventures have committed to as you may know the michael j. fox vanishes largest private thunder parkinson's research having raised more than one billion dollars in finding innovative and at times high risk researched. So it's my pleasure to be here today to talk. Deputy brooks co founder and ceo than jeff. Welcome debbie and thank you for allowing us to take over the podcasts and yeah so excited to be with you guys today. The foundations are celebrated twenty years. And as a co-founder what stands out for you as it relates to how fox condition came to be sometimes Michael nice standing on the sidelines at a board meeting or at a staff holiday party and we just look at each other. How did this happen. I like i think about it. And i realized with michael especially how could not happen any. He's been first of all before he was kind of out and and connecting in the community and shared his diagnosis had kind of indirectly kind of volunteer by raising his hand. He's known to be warm and inspirational and optimistic. But as you get to know him you also catch very quickly. How why is he is and you know i. It wasn't a shocker. To me that he would be able to bring such gifts to any undertaking on the one hand. There's a part of me. That's not surprised. Because of michael. I before i will. I can't. I can't stress it enough of this. Was the debbie brooks foundation for parkinson's research. We'd be nowhere so there's just no denying it but at the same time There's a magical mix of what What we ended up building at the fox That patient centric passion and the scientific grounding and the business oriented approach that i think has Has delivered some beyond our expectations than so and yet i have to say look at it i think and we are not done yet and there is much more to be doing and i think that's what keeps us engaged and excited and motivated and even.

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"j." Discussed on FOMO Sapiens with Patrick J. McGinnis

FOMO Sapiens with Patrick J. McGinnis

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"j." Discussed on FOMO Sapiens with Patrick J. McGinnis

"Presented by climate power education fund does big oil care about our streets flooding or our home burning not according to an exxon mobil top lobbyists. Did we aggressively bite against Some of the science. Yes you know. We were looking out for our shareholders. Take care about profits. Not people learn more at polluters. Dot exposed boma. Even today by aren't means we can add another channel. Twenty m happier still alive. So we all need to be prepared not only from cal perspective but also in in in the wealth and trump's of psychological perspective. How would perceive fly to leave at least two ears. So that's now this is happening today. That's their young longevity. Venture capitalists and author of the science and technology of growing young. I'm your host. Patrick mcguinness and this is pomo sapiens. When the world spinning out of control it can be impossible to know what to do and what to miss out on. That's called foam which is short for fear of missing out. How do i know. Because i coined the term and on the world's first full just and this is the show where i asked. Entrepreneurial thinkers.

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"j." Discussed on The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"j." Discussed on The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

"Get started tab in take action on your screen. Studies also recruiting people diagnosed with parkinson's in the last two years who are not take medications yet can learn about the ppi clinton delinked in the resource list in help. Spread the word about the ppi to the rank to share. Is michael j. facts. That reflects ppm i. That's michael defects dot org reg ppm on so mark i'm going to have you kicked this segment segment often hit because of your recent participation in the ppm i helping Not only me. But the community abroad as a yearbook mirror One of the things that is so frustrating. But we can't feel like you can't do anything parter on making z's co away But there is in a way Realized that we're in it for a while and that is participating in clinical trials. And i was fortunate that when timers rank for us and i was available but the ppm. I just opened And i was looking actress. People colty which they are again does so. I signed up. And it's been a very helpful to me too well that i'm benefiting the parkinson's community and cooper's point Only one native binding year from this. And it's the been amazing.

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"j." Discussed on FOMO Sapiens with Patrick J. McGinnis

FOMO Sapiens with Patrick J. McGinnis

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"j." Discussed on FOMO Sapiens with Patrick J. McGinnis

"Profitability down to the level of oxytocin in their employees bloodstreams. This was researched. By paul j zak. Who's a phenomenal researcher. Which means that oxytocin is released when you have like social behavior. That's positive right so you give somebody a hug. You win a game together. Some of that babies born and supplies us that if you feel real sense of belonging at a company you'll want to work harder and you'll feel more connected to the employees and you'll call less or fewer sick days so across anything. It's our ability to connect in belong. It'll define if you can meet the right investor or rep people to support your social costs. So what. I want to do here today with you. I'm going to take advantage of having you on the show to always wanted to get ready. His we're about to get some high quality advice about making are joining twenty-one plan because let me tell you something john i'm ready. I'm like a caged animal here. Ready to kind of get back into the world a meaningful thoughtful way right not just like running around like a crazy run. Which is you know maybe for a little while but then really just do it. The right way having had the chance to step back and think and be a little bit more thoughtful about what i'm going to do in the future so and so i'd love to have you help us. Craft for everybody listening the twenty twenty. One plan and i would argue. That would start with what you call the influence equation which is the fact that our influence is a byproduct of who we are connected to how much they trust us in that capacity and the sense of community we share. Okay so three things. So let's get started. You know you imagine you've got off almost ap's listeners will you. Do you have them with us. Right now listening. How would you get started to make that plan. So i think the first question is what do you actually want to accomplish right so if you wanted to be a successful movie producer that is completely different than if you wanna get a book deal or even get your kid into the right school or promote an organization like black lives matter and once. You're really clear on that. There's this kind of odd trick called the price law and it works like this in. Let's say hollywood and you wanna work in hollywood. I think the size of the commute about four hundred thousand people prize law states that in any group. If you take the square root of the group those are the number of people will do about half of all the work in the industry and means that it explains why with four hundred thousand people. We all know spielberg. We all know the fahey. Who's the guy from the marvel movies like all these certain names that just keep popping up. That's because very small group of people do have all the work and then it's kind of a long tail so in general what i'd say i take the square root. It's like six hundred thirty something or whatever it is and make a list of about six hundred people in that case. That would be great to connect with now..

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"j." Discussed on FOMO Sapiens with Patrick J. McGinnis

FOMO Sapiens with Patrick J. McGinnis

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"j." Discussed on FOMO Sapiens with Patrick J. McGinnis

"Old enough to know better. But you're still young enough to say will why not so i make the call. I get a call back and before you know it. there's my granddaughter. Sitting at the desk of president. Barack obama said no taking the pigeon because she had a dream. She wanted to know what it felt like. This is my way of not just saying the words but showing her. This is what permission to dream. Feels like and you know the crazy thing man. We wrap it up. We get ready to leave. And the president of the united states says to my granddaughter. Will you know what if you do real good in school and you do everything. You'll pompous in about thirty years. This could be yours right there right there. She said to him no is twenty eight and a half man. I created a monster. But you know what again. That's what gives me such tremendous for the future man and let me say one more thing. Patrick if i cannot take a lot of time but this to your point about some of us who are little bit older down the road a lot of that and who might feel like oh man i can't it will never happen. I'm too old. Yeah well you know what always talked to folks about a gun in break crop then. They might not ring a bill but he started a little company called mcdonald's he started dead at fifty six years of age. Another guy named john pembleton name may not ring a bill. But i bet you consumed this product. He created something called coca cola what he was fifty eight harland sanders also known as the colonel didn't sell this first piece of chicken till he was sixty two. So how old is too old. Okay let's take that off the table a right. This has been done before sir but now it's our turn you and the book with this chapter that i really love because anybody can follow this vice and begin to do exactly what you're telling us to do you say this is the epilogue. It's brush your teeth and change your life in two days to end the interview. I love for you to give us that methodology of how we can in two days brushing our teeth which is good. You gotta brush your teeth. We can change our lives. That started out as a homework assignment that i gave the high school middle school students all across the country but again it's something we all do it when you do it as backup for second in the field. I'm assuming you saw the pursuit of happiness enrique. Here's guy driving this red ferrari and i go up to ask two questions what you do in. How do you do that with as a new two questions while you're looking at that person mira while you're brushing your teeth. Ask yourself if. I could walk through a door tomorrow morning and be doing anything in the world. What would it looked like would feel like what would it smell like. What would it tastes like. Engage all your senses and then ask yourself the second question. What did i do today to make tomorrow habit. Did i move the dial one notch. Did i take one baby step towards what it is. I say i really wanted to do in. The answer is own you. Did i move the notch again to think about that. Just one notch. Did i take one baby step if the answer is no. That's not really what you wanna do. You what i thought about this chapter because i love this and this is. It's like you can do this. Everybody can do this. I used to live in brazil people in brazil. Brush your teeth like eight times a day. So if you're a brazilian you're gonna have a lot of progress in your life because if you do this every time you brush your teeth. They're very good about oral hygiene for some reason but this is something everybody can do. So chris. i wanna thank you so much for being here if you wanna check out your stop and go to chris gardner media dot com and the name of the book is permission to dream. Chris gardner thanks for being here. No brother thank you had to get. I'm looking forward to see you and new york city so you baby foam Big news we now have a brand new website so head over to foam sapiens dot com. Where you can listen to past episodes learn more about the show and find out how to advertise also head over to spotify where you can find and follow playlists of the best of the show. You can also connect with me on instagram. At patrick j mcginnis on twitter at pj mcginnis and on linked in. I'd love to hear from you so don't be shy. Almost sapiens is recorded in new york. City theme. music is by mike. Mcginnis and editing and post production is by josh l. Stroke if you like today show please be sure to rate it recommended to your friends. And as always you can find the homo sapiens. Dot com and patrick mcguinness dot com advertisement homo sapiens..

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"j." Discussed on FOMO Sapiens with Patrick J. McGinnis

FOMO Sapiens with Patrick J. McGinnis

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"j." Discussed on FOMO Sapiens with Patrick J. McGinnis

"I don't think actually that's pretty good. I thought you were going to say well. You know sleep but but you look pretty. Well rested. I don't actually need that much sleep. That's the secret right there. So if you don't sleep you don't have to miss as much if you wanna find out more about you and about read. Where can they follow kind of in the ether. I'm pretty private okay. So there's i don't really have placed to fall so maybe not you. By where should we follow. Read it follow it everywhere. Go on read it. all right. Sounds good wong. Thanks so much for joining. Thanks patrick foam move. And now it's time for the moment of the show which the time when i talk about foam. Oh and its role in pop culture or tell you about something. That's giving me foam. And today i want to share a tweet that i got from andrew foster at draw foster from nottingham in the uk. Andrew wrote enjoyed this new podcast from at pg mcguinness. The guy who first described fear of missing out hashtag foam should ask the guess what they missed out on to achieve what they achieved. Can't have it all so andrew first of all. Thanks for writing in second of all. It's a brilliant idea. And the minute i heard the question i knew that i had to include it in shows going forward so if you listen to future episodes you'll hear your question and i wanted to give you a shot and thank you for your great idea and to anybody who's listening tweet. Me at pg mcginnis come up in the year at a question and you may hear yourself on the phone moment of the show in the future. Foam big news. We now have a brand new website so head over to foam. Sapiens dot com. Or you can listen to past episodes. Learn more about the show and find out how to advertise also head over to spotify where you can find and follow playlists of the best of the show. You can also connect with me on instrument. Patrick mcguinness on twitter. Pj mcginnis on linked in. I'd love to hear from you so don't be shy. Almost sapiens is recorded in new york city. The music is by mike. Mcginnis and editing and post production is by josh l. Strip if you liked today show these be sure to rate it. It to your friends. And as always you can find the homo sapiens dot com and patrick dot com advertisement homo sapiens reach out to contact homo sapiens dot com..

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"j." Discussed on The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"j." Discussed on The Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson's Podcast

"Oh talking about who should consider getting db s a deep brain stimulation surgical procedure for parkinson's and we'll cover how the procedure works. What someone may expect after the surgery and the latest advancements on this research would through a lot of cool things that are happening in the world. We have a lot to discuss. So let's get started later. Due to our panel today dr kelvin. Chow is the clinical professor of urology at the university of michigan medical school that he is also the site investigator of the michael j. fox foundation landmark studies parkinson's progression markers initiative. Better known as p m i at the university of michigan. He is a researcher and has written a book on db s. Welcome to today's webinar. Tie thanks for having me. Jim nez chief people officer and general counsel at the michael j. fox foundation. He was diagnosed with parkinson's disease in two thousand and had dvd surgery in early. Two thousand eighteen his spouse donald moss and animal rights. Advocate is also here with us today. Welcome thanks and we have dr julie. Hemans shaheed the medical director of the movement disorders neuro modulation and brain circuit therapeutics at the icahn school of medicine. The mount sinai new york. She leads the registry for the events with db s parkinson's disease or our d. dash. Pd talk about more more a little bit later. Let's get started with the questions. What is deep brain stimulation. Doctor she said concert with a doctor pickle. Dr absolutely thanks for having me on this I think deep brain stimulation is a very exciting therapy. It's actually been around for a long time for treating parkinson's disease but what it is is a surgical treatment that is actually the most common surgical treatment used these days to manage parkinson's symptoms. It's like a pacemaker. For the brain. So if you think about a pacemaker. In the heart the wires are in the heart of regulate the the heart circuits But here we have a deep brain stimulator delivers a small electrical current into those deep brain structures that are controlling movements and by doing that. It can really kind of block signals that are associated with some of the symptoms of parkinson's disease tremor and stiffness and certain walking imbalanced problems and when we kind of get that stimulation just right for an individual patient we can see all kinds of improvements in holly just the primary parkinson's symptoms but also some of the treatment complications such as the just caniggia's and the fluctuations and maybe even the tremor that wasn't responding well to medications voter shoe took them specifically does does not help. Yes i think. The best way to think about deep brain stimulation is that it. Actually in most cases helps the symptoms. That are helped by leonova or the medications that you would take and so when people have parkinson's disease and go on for a long longer period of time and are treated with liba they might have what we call on and off states where you take the medication and after about a half an hour medication kicks in and then many of your symptoms improve like the tremor the stiffness lowness blocking problems etc on. Then you're considered a non-state and then maybe before your next dose medication. Wears off. In the tremor stiffness lowness all those types of symptoms. Come back yet. Well a deep brain stimulation basically makes you feel like you're on your on state Throughout the entire day so symptoms that respond to liba are the symptoms that are responding to deep brain stimulation if it doesn't respond to leave bud than in. Typically it doesn't it will not respond to stimulation either. The one exception to that rule is tremor at there are many patients who may have a tremor in which you take high doses of these get without a but it doesn't respond a bendy print stimulation will help. But that's the way about how how help you. Yes so if you have extreme differences between neurons offs and it's impacted by but then you probably are good candidates exactly great now Who should consider db s and win is a good time to get db s. Let's bring in our other guest to jimmy donny. What what may jim good candidate for db s well I would say you know i I had symptoms at responded to methadone. First and second tremor and stiffness and i gay in speed of movement. I say brady can you for short too. And then you know the one made e change or get the surgery wise. I was taking a ton of pills. Day and i was dependent on that wherever i went. I carried my parkinson's medication with me. If i was on a trip or something for work i would always. Have you know medicine with me. All the time and i just wanted to break the cycle of continued dependence on medication and my doctor ridden on my symptomology was Maybe a good candidate so we went ahead with. Also you were the right for. That's who let's talk about that a little bit more. dr should head a sheriff's some more information about the viable candidates. Is there an age limit. Yeah that's a common question that we get. I think that You know generally speaking. They're not as specific as lament forgetting deep brain stimulation with that. The main things that we're looking for our weather patients have had you know as described Were describing the the fluctuations that are up In the refractory tremor But we do know that as people get older they can have other medical conditions and potentially other sort of risk factors that might affect their sort of response to the surgery itself into there might be a different surgical as risks associated with patients who are older and so we do want to make sure that those are all investigated appropriately but there really isn't a strength at age cutoff or one of the symptoms that his bothersome for a lot of people especially with wild pd who are still the work field is is sort of the the. The decline of the executive functioning is.

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"j." Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

The Jamie J Podcast

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"j." Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

"What each and every step is it's not to take away our jobs or anything like that. It's simply so that they can gain that certainty they can look at the process Okay i got it. That makes sense. Great right there's growth in that and last but not least contribution are we're gonna give them something back and give them more time. We're gonna give them all that you meet three or more needs at a level eight or higher and they will become addicted to you. And that's addicted in the best sense because we're looking to get all of our clients addicted to us. We don't want them going anywhere else. Absolutely that is that lasted Absolute gold in it's the truth and it's about servicing our clients as the highest highest amount. And you know contributing right giving our time to somebody in value us. And that's that's really the goal in real estate is to have those raving fans because so many of your future deals are gonna come from raving fans and it's the person that has the most raving fans wins. Yes yes that is so true. I think about it. What what is it actually cost to get raving fans. We all know what it cost to market. We all know what it cost market and it can get really expensive really quick. We're paying for facebook ads. We're doing this. we're doing that. We can add up a ton in marketing but what if what if we simply focused in doubled down on creating an absolute amazing raving fan all the time. They're the ones that are going to go on to keep talking to keep sharing our name to keep telling everyone in our certain in their circles and circles beyond of how amazing that person was anytime. Hey i need a real estate agent. You gotta get all the call and it's gonna come out right away because you've created such such an amazing impact on that person all because you chose to make contribution that one human need your biggest. That's a that's a really created advice. i'm. I always sit here. And when i listened to you i have like a thousand things going on my head and i wanna write them all down. But i can't write fast enough. I'll have to transcribe the audio later. but this is a really great place to step off and If anybody on this call right now has any questions or anything that you wanna ask jamie. You can type it down the chat or better yet. Unmuted yourself and asked jamie question and if not we will wrap this up nelson you on your way. Because.

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"j." Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

The Jamie J Podcast

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"j." Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

"Go for it. You're y is your fuel your. Why is your charge. If it's got no charge in the battery and if it's got no fuel tank it's going nowhere. This is what will happen when people come into this without that strong enough. Why so we would absolutely completely start with the why then. I wanna get them focused. I wanna do a little bit of future pacing and understand where it is that they want to be. What does that look like. What does the future look like for you. Where are you going. We wanna create that excitement. We maybe wanna take some notes on what it is and where we're going most importantly the why we're doing this because there's going to be times where it gets hard. There's going to be times where you're on the last hours of that deal. And someone decides to pull out someone decides not to sign or this or that or something happens or maybe something comes up in the inspection report that reveals a whole bunch of stuff that we didn't want to hear it's that moment right there when you're having to go back and double down that you want to pull out that why you want to give it a really good solid read and make sure that you're in line with that wise like oh yeah because i said i was going to make a difference for all these people because i said i'm growing this. I said i'm doing this right. Load yourself up with seven eight different wise give yourself the absolute best fuel the unlimited fuel by giving your selfless wise knowing. Why you're doing it. That's definitely where i'd start right right. That's so amazing advice because not a lot of people come from that you know some people enter this just because they think of freedom and lots of money and how much of we don't want to say well you know what like there is some freedom and i find it freedom in the form of doing what i want and creating a life that is created by me..

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"j." Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

The Jamie J Podcast

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"j." Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

"Great. It's great now to say. Hey in utah. Twenty thirty one. I want to be this. But today what do i do today. You know and you talked a little bit about reverse engineering. And that's one of the things that i love about yulon. Musk he says. I'm going to mars in a good to go there by this time..

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"j." Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

The Jamie J Podcast

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"j." Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

"Podcast this is your host jamie. Jay and i'm juiced to be able to share a very special episode here in that. I had the distinct privilege and opportunity. Go on a recent podcast for a group calling breadwinner of xp realty in prince. George british columbia where he grilled me. and call. and i love you for grilling me. He actually has some really great questions as to how to take your real estate business to the next level. Some hopeful tips tricks and strategies of really how to make twenty twenty one the year of grosso. Instead of me going on live. I'm going to share this podcast here with you today on this episode of the jaime j. Podcast south georgia came all.

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"j." Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

The Jamie J Podcast

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"j." Discussed on The Jamie J Podcast

"And that each and every moment is an opportunity for reflection what went good. What went right. What went really fucking great. What was next level. Where do i have the opportunity to improve and be honest with yourself. Get really clear with yourself and really take a look at that reflect on it and find the opportunities any of you who've worked with me before in the past or even right now you know one of my big things is what's the opportunity here right now. That's a big thing that gets me focused on every single opportunity that i get to experience and really truly. That's when life happens for me. When i look and focus in on what it is that i want take a look back at twenty twenty take a look and really recognize what it is that you did if you sat on your ass and did absolutely nothing will. Maybe that's an opportunity to say you know what twenty twenty taught me that. If i want to get my results if i want to achieve exactly what. It is that i want to achieve. I better not do the same thing in twenty twenty one. This is all about recognizing and reflecting on the opportunities because even when it doesn't seem like there's opportunities trust me. There is what it comes down to is asking yourself that better question. If i could have done something different. That would have made an even bigger opportunity. What might that be asked. Some of those quality questions really seriously take a look at twenty twenty and reflect on the good reflect on where it is that you found success reflect on where it is that you took action that you did things that you've never done before in your life or in your business really take that time look for those opportunities because when you find them it will radically change your focus and your path forward. Trust me you can do this. It's what i do all the time. And it's what set me up here in this amazing studio that i've now created with a full on staff to help me grow the business..