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A highlight from Stage 3 Cancer Healing Story Using Carrots & Coffee with Jaime Holmes
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Fresh update on "jaime" discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"It would be about the five year anniversary of Andrade winning that middleweight title where he finally got a real shot. Is he 46 now or something like that? I don't know. Still undefeated. One of the stories to come out of Vegas last week is something you've been talking about. People have been talking about the future of Showtime Boxing. Steven Espinosa had multiple opportunities to kind of deny the idea that Showtime was getting out. Didn't do it. My question for you, Eddie, is if Showtime bows out in the next few months or only goes to pay-per-view, it will leave Dazon and ESPN as the primary providers in the U.S. And over the last five years, we've seen HBO go out. We've seen Fox go out. We have seen some of the smaller entities go out. In the U.S., sports broadcast rights are gold. You're seeing networks bid billions of dollars for NFL, NBA, NHL. Why is it so difficult for boxing to get it right? Can it get it right when it comes to broadcast rights and making something work long term? I think the honest reality is that some boxing rights are overpriced and that is mainly down because some fighters' purses are vastly inflated in relation to their commercial value. Not all boxing works for broadcasters. I think it's a sexy sport. I think the digital footprint and noise of the sport is right up there with every major sport in the world. The play, the interaction. But unfortunately, fighter purses have become so inflated that the maths doesn't work for the broadcaster. And I think that's what you're seeing with Showtime. I said a couple of years ago that Showtime would be out of boxing soon. It definitely took a year or so longer than I predicted. But I just felt at the time that they were spending... I think they'll remain in pay-per-view because the model is more consistent and there's less risk for the broadcaster of taking a huge bath when it's a pay-per-view model. But I think purses and guarantees and all that kind of stuff will start changing because the reality is 90% of fighters probably are overpaid in terms of their commercial value. And that's the key part. I think fighters deserve as much money as possible. They're there to provide entertainment for us. It's a dangerous sport. But you can't remove the maths from the equation. And that is subscriber numbers, ticket sales within the venue. And I think you're going to start seeing promoters start to not understand that more but start to be firmer in terms of their decisions to make fights. Even ourselves. We're in situations lately where a fighter, a manager might say, we just need a run out here. It's like, no. We've got to learn to say no because the only people that get the blame is us. The fans look at it and say rubbish fight. The broadcaster looks at it and says no one was interested in that fight. We look in the arena and it hasn't generated the ticket sales. So we have to be a little bit firmer by saying no. We must make competitive fights and we must be prepared to walk away from situations that are not beneficial to the sport, the broadcaster and our business. Just to keep a fighter or just to agree to a request from a manager or a lawyer. So I think Showtime have been a victim of this competitive market where they've had to pay those numbers that quite frankly haven't made sense for the business. And now, and by the way, Showtime leaving boxing, everyone likes to, I know Steven Espinosa, he's liked, he's disliked and there's like a lot of figures are in boxing. But to see him out of the sport and Showtime out of the sport, it's really not a gloating moment. I think that there's a lot of people that are gloating, not for me. I want as many broadcasters in the sport as possible. And Showtime, a powerful broadcaster that has given us great content, the fact that it hasn't worked for them, they've tried and the schedule they've given us this year has been fantastic. But I think the business will look at it and say, we'll just do pay-per-views. And I know there's nothing official, but the lack of resistance from the story tells us what we need to know. So let's apply that approach that you just talked about to Edgar Berlanga, who you met with in Orlando this past week. You want to see Edgar Berlanga in a big fight. Edgar Berlanga will be in a big fight if he's paid what he and his manager want him to be paid. Where do we stand with this? Because it seems like we're trending toward another kind of lesser fight for Edgar Berlanga and not the Jaime Munguia fight that everybody wants to see. It looks like Jaime Munguia will hopefully fight John Ryder in January, which would be great. Edgar Berlanga needs a fight of that level. We're not in the business of just paying for a fight with an opponent that's not compelling, that doesn't sell, that doesn't rate. If you continue doing that as a sport and a business, your future is in no-man's land. But at the same time, we want to make Berlanga against Munguia. So our conversations with Edgar Berlanga are, you're going to fight around January time and then we're going to do a deal at the same time for you to fight Jaime Munguia. Because if you don't want a big fight in January, you're having a big fight next. So let's plan together that strategy. I think everybody on the team is happy to fight Jaime Munguia in May or June after one more, but it's got to be at the right price for everybody. That's what we're going through at the moment, to find a compelling opponent for January and to lock in the Munguia fight at the same time. If Munguia was to beat John Ryder and Berlanga was to get a win of the same level, then you're talking about a really big fight next summer between the two. Do you have an opponent in mind that makes sense for Berlanga in January? John Ryder, if the Munguia fight doesn't happen. At that kind of level. It is quite thin at 168. It's not full of intriguing fights, but we need to find one because we need to provide one for the fight fans, for the zone, and we need to provide the right fight for Edgar to prepare himself for the likes of Munguia. The Tyson Fury, Alexander Usyk fight was announced this week. That's one of two huge heavyweight fights that could be made in 2023 or 2024. The other one obviously, Deontay Wilder and Anthony Joshua. Tyson Fury and Usyk kind of got the bag over in Saudi Arabia. Can you do a Wilder Joshua fight without the Middle East and the money they provide? You do it for less money, but you still do it for a huge amount of money. I think making those big fights like Joshua, Wilder, Usyk against Fury is great for the ecosystem of boxing. I know that Joshua and Wilder are both thinking, let's get our fight made. We've had a number of talks with sites in the Middle East still. We had the auction of Las Vegas. I would love to do the fight in Las Vegas. It would be one of the big fights. The biggest fights America has seen for a long time. There is constant communication between myself and Shelly Finkle to get it made. We do have the option of a fight in December, which we're mulling over at the moment, but our absolute focus is on Joshua Wilder. That's the same for Joshua and Deontay Wilder. We appreciate the purse might not be exactly the same as a fight in Saudi, but still a huge purse. It's a massive gate in Vegas. It's a massive pay-per-view globally. It's an incredible heavyweight fight. We're all motivated to try and find a way. We saw Conor Benn run out a couple of weeks ago in Orlando, get his first fight in 17 months. He said afterwards and has said publicly he wants to fight back in the UK in his next fight. How much, if any, movement over the last couple of weeks has there been with the British Boxing Board of dealing with this appeal for Conor Benn? There's been conversations and we await to see when that appeal will take place. At the moment, under their rules, whatever way you want to look at it, he is not suspended and he's cleared to box in the UK or around the world. We want to do the Eubank fight in the UK, but obviously they have to be happy with that. We can take the Eubank fight to the Middle East, at which we've had offers to do it, but if you're talking about Joshua Wilder in Vegas and you're talking about Usyk against Fury in Saudi Arabia and then you're talking about Eubank against Benn in Abu Dhabi, it's kind of sad times for British Boxing. It doesn't just mean the board should agree because they need a big fight in the UK, but if legally he's allowed to fight, I would like to explore that option. December 23rd, Ben Eubank is ready to go if we were given the blessing to do it in the UK. So those talks continue and we'll see where we get to. Lee Wood, Josh Warrington this weekend. Lee Wood clearly has something left in the tank. That was a brilliant performance against Mauricio Lara. I'm less confident, Eddie, that Josh Warrington has enough left to compete with Lee Wood. Do you believe that Warrington has enough left in the tank after some tough fights? Yeah, I disagree. If you look at the Lopez fight, that was a great fight. He had a bad start in that fight. He took the kitchen sink. Warrington has a great chin and I felt he could have nicked that fight. Being at home, being the champion, but a very close fight. That performance looks good off the back of the Gonzalez fight and particularly off the back of the Michael Conlon knockout from Lopez. Josh Warrington is a determined, tough individual with a tremendous work rate and a great chin. He's going to stick it on Lee Wood. He's going to attack him from the first belt. Lee Wood can really punch, but he has been susceptible at times. You saw him dropped against Conlon, dropped against Lara.
9 injured in shooting near beach in Hollywood, Florida
"9 people, including children were injured when gunfire erupted along a crowded beachfront promenade in Florida on Monday. People enjoying a holiday at the beach went frantically running for cover when shots were fired along the Hollywood oceanfront broadwalk in Hollywood, Florida, a little before 7 p.m. Monday, witnessed Jaime ward said several young men were fighting when one pulled a gun and started shooting. Edward Rubin spoke to WPLG. The Boer walk was full of people, left to right. Please spokeswoman Deanna bet nechi. Officers immediately responded. They found the 9 victims with gunshot wounds. Hollywood mayor Josh levy was outraged. To have an altercation with guns in the public setting with thousands of people around them is beyond reckless. A spokeswoman from memorial healthcare system said the victims included four young people ages one to 17 audio courtesy WPLG, I'm Jennifer King
Spencer Klavan Dives Into Gnosticism and the Greeks
"Just talking about what I threw out this idea that gnosticism can be laid at the feet of my people the Greeks. So talk more about that. Yeah, I want to exonerate you guys a little bit, actually. I mean, it's definitely true that there's a tendency in platonic thought to draw this dividing line between body and soul and this becomes really exaggerated and extreme among the neoplatonist guys like plotinus and I talk about this in the book in the body crisis section. It's also true that that concept of hylomorphism, the fusion. That's also a Greek idea. I'm getting it from Aristotle and from his work on the soul. And of course, it's really it's Thomas Aquinas who kind of baptizes Aristotle, brings this guy into the fold in a certain way. And adopts highly morphism as one of his governing mechanisms for understanding what we are. But there's this point that I make in the book that I think is kind of important. We think that people say Aquinas baptizes Aristotle as if that just means he's kind of claimed foreign tradition for himself and he's kind of ignoring the scripture at this point. But in fact, if you look at what Aquinas is doing there, it goes right back to genesis where there is a remarkable feature of the description of man that gets overlooked. And that's God takes the dirt DOM. And he molds it, and then he breathes into the breath of life. And that moment that the fusion of the two becomes a Jaime, a living soul, that it's not actually the dirt, and it's not even the breath of life, the kind of disembodied air that makes up man or the soul. It's the combination of the two, and it's perfectly. So there's kind of an amazing marriage there of Athens and Jerusalem.
No. 8 Arizona pulls away from Stanford, reaches Pac-12 semis
"Despite a bit of a scare, second ranked UCLA advanced to the semifinals of the pectoral tournament thanks to an 80 to 69 win over Colorado. The tournament's top seed trailed with less than 6 minutes to play, but ended the game on a 20 to 8 run. UCLA guard Jaime Hawkeye's junior. We've got a lot of games under my belt here and I know a lot of my teammates do as well like Tiger and David and we just know when we get in those situations we know how to win and we understand that and crunch time you got to get stops and that's what we did. UCLA will take on Oregon on Friday after the ducks 75 to 70 win over Washington state, 8th ranked Arizona beat Stanford 95 to 84 while Arizona state beat USC 77 to 72. Adam spelling, Las Vegas.
Jaquez Jr. scores 26 as No. 4 UCLA beats Arizona State 79-61
"Jaime hakes junior scored 26 points to help lead fourth ranked UCLA to a 79 61 win against Arizona state, the senior guard is on a mission. I only got so many games left. I'm going to go down swinging. My teammates were able to find me in open spots. Tiger Campbell scored 18 points and Jalen Clark had 15. It's the 9th straight win for the bruins and they remain perfect at home this season at 16 and O DJ horn led the sun Devils with 13 points. Mark Myers, Los Angeles
Jaquez scores 17 points, No. 4 UCLA beats Colorado 60-56
"The new PAC 12 basketball champ is UCLA. This after a title quenching 60 56 victory at Colorado, the fourth ranked ruins got a game high 17 points from Jaime hawkes. That was one of the goals that we had in the beginning of the year. And we accomplished it. And now, you know, we got two more goals that we want to accomplish as well. And we're just going to keep working hard. The wind raised UCLA's conference record to 16 and two, with two games remaining on the conference schedule, the ruins are three games ahead of Arizona and USC, the defeat left the buffs with a conference mark of 7 and 12. Bruce Martin boulder, Colorado
Founder of WallStreetBets on Reddit Sues Reddit
"1 a.m. Monday, February 20th, 2023. Founder of Wall Street bits on Reddit Sioux Reddit. Jaime Kaczynski, who founded the now iconic subreddit for financial degens, once a court to reinstate him.
How We Can Get Back to American Leadership and Power
"Your testimony to your Christian faith throughout never given inch is pervasive and persuasive and I encourage people to read it. I want to go though to the opposite of good Christian faith. There's only one guy in the world who's dealt with Putin Xi and Kim as much as president Trump and that's you. You've actually dealt more with Putin gian Kim more than Biden has dealt with him. And so on the scale of despicable, who's more despicable, Jeep Putin or Jaime or Kim. Oh, goodness. Dear splitting hairs now, you. All pretty bad. I don't think about them from personality characteristics other than to try and figure out what my avoid tripping, the trigger when we didn't want to and to trip it when we did. We always focused on what are their capabilities. What's the risk? How do we solve for that? And what risk are we prepared to take to make sure we get deterrence established and keep America safe? A different characters all with very different backgrounds. But they share some common characteristics. Each of them understands that the one nation that is indispensable to take down to achieve their ultimate objectives is the United States of America. And second, they understand American leadership and strength. And when they don't see it, when they see the inverse of that, weakness fecklessness and attention, the absence of focus, the inability to actually lead coalitions across the world in ways that matter when they see that. They're going to, they're going to make advances. We saw it with Putin in Ukraine. We've seen it with Xi Jinping as it continues to move about Africa and South America. We see it with chairman Kim today. He's launching missiles at a rate that is absolutely historic. It exceeds even what he did under president Obama. American leadership can resolve many of these things. We can make America more secure and each of those leaders, including hominy, who we didn't speak to. Each of those leaders understands American power. And we demonstrated our willingness to use it in a way that didn't put 60 80, a 100,000 American lives at risk. This is the best of American foreign policy.
"jaime" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"Martin Verizon, Jaime to samani, Domingo. Antonio gillard. And at the end of July, I didn't.
"jaime" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"I said, are you serious, Oscar? Are you serious about this? Yes, I'm serious. That's who's next. We get Jimmy Kelly. He does not want to meet your Android. You and I both thought he could have had Demetrius Android anytime. Nobody wants boo boo Andre. Fine, but he doesn't want it. And look, you keep mentioning Oscar De La Hoya. To me, this is on Jaime mungia. Hyman monkey has to demand these fights. I am so sick and tired of never on the fighter man. Always on the 5 Fernando Beltran. He has managers. He has advisers. He has lawyers. None of them fights. But they all are in his pocket in his ear. He pays these fighters to do the talking for him. Also is the face of golden boy promotions. He's the one that can push this fight. These are the names that we have in front of you on this date. You want them yes or no or else you're going to have to wait 6 months, 8 months. That's the way fights get made. That's the way they do it with other fighters. You think if my gear had said at any point in the last couple of years, bring me Demetrius Andrea and nothing else, they wouldn't have made the fight. Of course they would have made the fight. Yes. So this is my point. Why would they not pushing? Jaime monkey and not pushing for Demetrius Android. By the way, Jaime. Why would you push? Why would you push for boo boo? Because he's a middleweight champion..
"jaime" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"We couldn't jump to the back of the suburban. And so I brace myself to the post, and I get, I put my finger on the window button and the window goes up, and it catches the both barrels of gun. The two guns. And they start wiggling the guns. And I see the guy wiggling the AK from the butt of the rifle up and down and the guy is doing the same thing with his gun doing this. And I'm kind of like this. And without notice the open fire into the cabin of the suburban. And I have hearing loss in my left ear because there's literally shooting like this. And I'm looking at Jaime, get hit on his right side on his torso area. I get hit once in my chest once in my leg, but I didn't know I had gotten hit. There was a lot of the rounds are flying all over the place. I have a lot of shrapnel and glass that's cutting my face. And so I'm kind of bleeding and I'm cleaning my face and I see Jaime get hit with it gets shot with an AK-47 round in his left leg. And he was bleeding profusely and this part is kind of fast. And then they pull the guns out and somehow I still have my finger in there and the window goes up. Before that, by the way, I grabbed the handgun and I tried to wiggle it from the guy and it burned the heck out of my finger, my index finger and my thumb, trying to stop him from doing it. The windows then eventually go up and they just start shooting spraying the suburban with gunfire on my side. And I tell Jaime, go, go, go, go, go. And I grab the gear shift and I slam it down to drive, and he puts his foot on the gas and he's already starting to become a bit unresponsive. And I push his knee on the gas and we ram and crash their SUV that's blocking us in the front. I'm trying to get back on highway 57. Get off the X, right? Just get off. And try to go. But we do get off, but the vehicle just rolls from the right shoulder, the two lanes into the median, the grassy area. I grabbed the steering wheel and steer the suburban try to get it back on highway 57. And that's where it ends. That's where you see the picture of where the suburban stops. This whole.
"jaime" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"Three. And they're like, pull over on Spanish, of course. And what was your thought at that point? Do you think was your thinking that, hey, they've made us as American agents, they're after us? No, what did you think? No, I get that question a lot. It was, to me, it was unbelievably. I didn't believe it. It took me a while to believe what was happening, this is not happening type. It took me a little bit to kind of hit me that we're in trouble here and I tell him avoid him avoid him. And he pushes so hard to the far right to the shoulder where they actually, your instinct is to avoid a crash. And there are almost hitting us mirrored mirror from vehicle to vehicle and we come to a complete stop. On abrasive stop, Jaime puts the vehicle in park. These guys boom immediately stand out like a U shaped form. With long guns, the main guy that comes over, he has a handgun, comes over to hymns door and opens the door. Like literally when he pulls on it, he's expecting to not for it to be locked, but it actually opens the door. And I'm in the passenger seat I look over and I see him standing there with a gun, he was even surprised at the door open and Jaime from that handle that I had told you about grabs it and immediately within less than a second shuts it down and boom boom boom we're locking the doors. And that's where my window comes down. On my site, a couple of inches. Because the lock buttons are next to the window buttons on that panel. So as you're trying to hit the lock buttons, you're hitting the window down by hitting the window buttons, but we didn't know. We didn't know that. The window comes down. A couple of inches. Maybe two inches, and we don't know. I am..
"jaime" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"They've got this game down. You know, at certain levels, they've got it gamed out. So I mean, you're having to put all this stuff together like you say, no plan, no security. I mean, what is it? Is it just you and hi me? And that's it. That's it. Do you even get to drive one of your fancy new suburbans up there? So yeah, I get to go in my suburban that's issued to me. That's why I wanted him to come and my apartment 'cause I lived north of the city to avoid the traffic in the morning. And another agent said, I'll take them to your apartment victory and you guys could take off from there. So you know I go home late, mister the celebration with my wife, but I'll tell you, you look back and I wrote about this in the books. I think it was important. My kids when I got home, my wife had brought in the food from the restaurant. It was a sushi restaurant that we were going to have dinner. She had it delivered, and my kids are the ones that then became the service for us. And they set up the table and their apartment. And they didn't break role. They're like, come this way. And I always get I get these goosebumps when I talk about that because I almost lost my lap the following day thinking that would have been the best. The last supper. I see them, but yeah. It's fine. We make so many sacrifices for our family. And I love the story in the book because it's pretty cool. You come to the door and there's your son standing at the napkin draped over his arm. You're capable. Yes. Yes, yes. And it was an incredible evening and incredible evening and I get up in the morning. I take off and my daughter, I went and gave a kiss and she is awake and she tells me you're going out of town again, and I like her. I said, no. No, no, no. I'll be right back because my mind I'm a go and come back the same day. So you're just gonna go drive up 6 hours meet somebody basically halfway turn around and come back. So about 6 and 6, about 12 hours more or less. Yeah. And she saw me, but you're not wearing a suit because she knew when I wore a suit, I was going to the embassy and when I did not wear a suit I was traveling. And she was like, you're not wearing a suit. I said, no, I don't have to wear a suit today. I'll be right back. I'll be back today. And in high miss shows up right next to 30 and we take off. And Jaime and I hit it off. It's incredible, incredible human being. I had no I didn't know him. But you could have you wouldn't have known that I had just met him because we talked about everything and anything you can imagine. I mean, personal stuff. He shared his life with me. He shared his career with me. He shared intimate details about what he wanted to do in his career and with his girlfriend and you know he was younger than me. I wasn't much older than him, but I kind of felt like a bit of a mentor there as I told him, well, this is the way I did it. We're both from border towns. And we're both have that background. He's trying to strive to do better in his career. I'm already there. This is the way I did it..
"jaime" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting
"Ask your listeners, your Friends, your family, you know, what are some episodes that you really enjoy? What's your favorite interview? That kind of stuff. And then pull those and put that together. And I love adding the music bed for my show, whether it's just the beginning and the end or if it makes sense to run it under very low level underneath the whole thing up to you. But that also adds life to the sizzle reel and really gives it that branding so people understand what your show is. That's what you want at the end of the day is just give them a nice bite that's digestible. It makes it easy for them to understand and get excited at the opportunity. And how about the length of this Israel? You mentioned three to 5 clips clip B-17 seconds. Should each click be two or three minutes. So at the end result, how long should this ultimately be? I say it's safe that under ten minutes for sure, but I try to personally keep mine around 5 to 7 minutes. The idea is, if I'm emailing it to someone, I want one they open that if they click it open for them to not say, oh, this is so long later. And then it later becomes never, right? So I want them to say, oh, she's a couple of minutes, I'll listen to it. And then they're just in it. They're like, this is really interesting, because it moves really quickly. So that's what I like to do. Something short and sweet, that they're going to want to listen to right then and there, no matter what they were doing when they opened up the email. And before we get into your podcast, your other podcast, the one the business in the bedroom. How do we approach a sponsor like really, really curious what we say to a sponsor or where do we find them, maybe my biggest question? So again, be going to the publications that serve your industry can be a great way to find them because they're all listed right in the back with their advertisements. So that's one way. Another way to do it similarly is to bring up conferences once again. Look at the conferences that serve your industry, who are the brands that sponsored those conferences who are the brands that showed up, who was the speakers? What businesses do they work for? That kind of thing..
"jaime" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting
"The moment of genius was getting involved in a conference in the industry we were serving. So we found this conference that visit Florida was putting on called Florida huddle. And it's a conference specifically for the travel and tourism industry in Florida. Hello. Gold. And we didn't just buy tickets of attendees. No, no, no, no. That wasn't what we were doing. We applied for media credentials. We got media passes, and they were so excited because they had never been asked for a podcast order to attend for media. So we got media passes so yes, you got to go for free winning. But then also we got to meet everybody within a day. All of the visitors bureau that we wanted to meet. A whole bunch of awesome videos that we wanted to participate in. But we didn't just go there and meet everybody. And we didn't go wearing nice business clothes either. We went and swag like crazy head to toe obnoxious shirts finding Florida. We had our mic flags on our microphones and we walked around that place and we interviewed people. We created a buzz about our show. And we got all these people involved in an episode, and they were so excited. So we have this one episode. The second or the third, it's just a string together of all these short interviews with visit Daytona, visit Tampa Bay. And they're all just about it. So we got to know them and not only do we get to know them. It wasn't a cold call. They got to participate and see in real life, how much fun it is, what the potential is, and they understood it right away. So going to that conference was absolutely the biggest and best thing that we did and that is how we started to get sponsorships. We worked with these visitors bureaus, small business associations. The venue sometimes directly themselves. And they would figure out hotels and lodging for us. We did have to manage our own gas mileage, that kind of stuff so be it. But we did get put up in great hotel. It's amazing hotels. We got to go and see the most incredible things and do fun things and it was such a wonderful experience. So yeah, when you look at finding Florida podcast dot com and you see the pictures, those are all things that we got paid to do. Just because they appreciated the value of not just having a commercial on the radio that ran for 30 seconds about the experience, but having someone live the experience and make it audio for everyone to enjoy and bring it to life. It was just, man, we were accidental geniuses. Finding that conference that day and applying for media credentials. That's so cool. And I have found a lot of success with different businesses that I've been part of. By attending conferences. And talking about my podcast. I've found a lot of success myself with different businesses by actually going to conferences, interviewing people telling people about my podcast. That's how I've built a lot of our businesses. In fact, I've recently started I've never done a media pass, and I don't know how to do a media pass for this yet. Maybe jemmy can help me. I am sponsoring podcast conference coming up.
"jaime" Discussed on Living the Law of Action Show
"Up. You dehydrate it. So the first thing you want I mean, the first thing I do, this is what I drink this. My little confetti cup, full of water. Every morning. And then I have a bunch of these cups every morning. I preach everybody to drink water. It's just so good for you. And it's funny because people say they want to be a voice actor. They want, you know, they're going to do a podcast. How do I do I go? Well, you need to be hydrated. So how is asking, he narrated his miracle equation book. And he's like, okay, how do I prepare? And I go, he goes, I know I need to drink water. Yeah, but you drink water a couple days before, not the day of. Right. To be really hydrated. It's so important. You just feel better. And I don't know what it is about our society that people are so adverse to drinking water. And so I think there's a lot of marketing and commercialism and all those kind of things like fed into us, which we our bodies. Think of it this way. Our body is the greatest adaptative machine that we will ever know. It adapts to what we do. So however, we condition this body, whether it be really great or really not so great. The results are going to follow and your body will adapt. So if you are someone that doesn't drink water right now, I'm telling you to start little bit of water and you'll notice the difference. Even when it comes to oh yeah, in your skin in your everything. Every part of you will feel different. And it can even really help people come to me sometimes I want to lose weight, drink more water. Absolutely. Drink more water, you know? Absolutely. Yeah. It's so important. So what are some action steps that one can take to just really dive into self care? What are some actions? Okay, so I created an entire program about this. It's called the wave system because I look at life as energy and I love the ocean. So to me, the wave of life is just so it's just so visual for me, right? If you've ever been in the water in the ocean, you know when you see the waves or if you're in a wave, if you've surfed, sometimes the waves crash on you, sometimes you can ride the wave, sometimes you're under the wave. But it's always moving and it never stops, right? That's how our energy is. And so wave actually stands for well-being. Awareness, vision and energy. And what those mean in terms of self care is for anyone listening right now is take a moment today to write down the word well-being write down wave like well-being identify to yourself. Don't need to ask anyone else, just think deeply take a few deep breaths. What does well-being mean to you? What does it mean to be well in your own life and your own body and your own mind in your own spirituality and your own finances? All these areas, right? Think about that. If you can identify that, that's step number one. Step number two, bring awareness to where you're at today. Not where you want to be in the future, not where you were yesterday, literally where you're at today. Bring the awareness. What are you doing currently in that area? So let's just focus on physical for a moment because we're talking about that. If you're thinking about well-being to me, is feeling good in my body. You know, exercising, feeling hydrated, drinking more water. Like there's all these things you can come up with of what does it mean to you to be well? And then bring the awareness to. Okay, well, I don't drink water right now. I have an exercise in three years. I'm really, you know, not feeling well in my skin. Okay, now you're aware of where you're at because we can't really make a plan unless we know where you're at. Then create the vision of what does that picture look like for you? What does that beautiful physical being look like? And then you can start to say, okay, here's the big picture of what I want. I want to lose this weight. I want to feel this way. I want to drink this much water. I want to take care of my skin, my teeth, all this kind of things. Great. Then you get to create an action plan by deciding where you're going to put your energy. So I would suggest to anyone. You look at the big picture, you make sure you're aware of it. And then you create these teeny, tiny steps. So for example, I have one client right now. And I got this from someone that I love dearly, BJ fogg, who has a book tiny habits. But he suggests let's say for someone that wants to make some changes in their life for their physical self care. Flossing just one, tooth, okay? Now this example makes people kind of chuckle, sometimes 'cause they're like, okay, what really? So many of us don't floss our teeth at all, let alone one tooth, but it's much easier to go from zero to one than one to a hundred. Nice. Right, I'm harder. It's much harder to go from zero to one to get yourself to do that one baby step. Right. Once you take that one baby step just like the children when they begin to learn to crawl and then walk and then run, that one little step, it's hard to get started there. That's the toughest part. Then you build up momentum, then you create a compound effect. And by taking the time to figure out what you need for you, not what you want, right? Like maybe the big picture is you want like rob and I get your massages, your facials awesome. But start to think about what do you need versus what do you want when it comes to self care? Because oftentimes we jump into the, okay, I'm gonna go jump over here, but that's not gonna be sustainable. And so why I do what I do is to help people with sustainability. So that it's not just for the vacation. Or the wedding day or the, you know, I'm going to do this. This thing. It's to actually self care. Like I said, once again, is taking action, which I love to preserve or enhance one's own well-being. So essentially, take responsibility for yourself one baby step at a time. I love it. I love it. Jamie, you are such a beautiful soul and thank you for taking time out of your very busy and precious day. I so appreciate it really great to have you here. Well, I appreciate you and I will be here anytime and please to anyone that listens reach out. I'd love any way that I can help to support anyone on their self care journey. I would absolutely love to. And rob, thank you for all that you do. You inspire me every day. Yeah. You inspire me every day to take action and be better and be my best self. I love it. Well, we have the link to your website. It's Jamie mcfadden dot com. Also you can reach her on Instagram at Jamie mcfad. And I love her Instagram. It's so great. She's with her daughter Sophia and it's just so beautiful. And you can just feel her energy and she just a beautiful soul and I highly invite you to follow Jamie. She just this amazing, amazing, amazing, truly incredible human being, so there you go. I got all my love for the day. Thank you. Yay. And thank you everybody so much for taking the time out of your busy and precious day to listen we so appreciate it. Thank you for allowing me along my very special guest. My BFF, my friend, Jamie mcfaden to touch your heart, move you inspire you remember. Don't let fear stop you. Take time out to breathe, decide, plan, and act. I'm rob actus, until next time, live a life of massive, inspired action. Thank you for listening to the living the law of action show, with mister action, raw actus. Please rate, review, and subscribe..
"jaime" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast
"Singing the world's by the band. The faded pictures and lead singer was our guest today. Jamie poland playing also sixties. Jaeger oregon right. Well jaime lambie you might remember. He was already on this show about three years back and it was very interesting talk and he had just published his very first book at the time we were talking about masonry of course already back then we were talking about the golden dawn which also member of which already makes him stand out of the big crowd of masons and while he has in the meantime written.
Jamie Spears Has Been Busy Behind Britney's Back
"Speaking of another of my favorite drama girls, I got more exclusive scoop on Britney Spears today for you guys. I heard some whispers the other day, which I'm researching, but I can tell you now, now that daddy spears, now that Jamie is suspended, pandemonium is happening behind the scenes. My source told me they've been, there have been discoveries that Brittany has, well, she's got significant landholdings in Destin, Florida. And over the past year or two, her daddy Jamie has been trying to sell most of these interests for millions of dollars through Britney's bridge more timber company, which is the company that owns her multi-million dollar condo that Jamie Lynn, her sister liked to squat it. And my source has evidence that Jaime has been frantically delisting these properties. And he probably started doing it immediately after he was suspended. So he's been
No Hagas Nada De Lo Que Tus Padres No Estarían Orgullosos
"Seis años después cuando yo regreso de estar en Estados Unidos, A México acudiste el día fui a saludar a don Alfonso. Me miró y sonrió y dijo: ¿Dónde está mi hijo? No sé, Alfonso. Ay, me dijeron que lo vieron contigo allá en Estados Unidos, Había oído a una fiesta de Greenfield, California, y fui con Jaime, mi cuñado, entonces pensaron que era Manuel, Dijeron, ay anda Manuel con con el pick up en el norte. Lo vieron contigo, mira, no importa si mi hijo no regresa, solo dime qué está bien. Le digo, Alfonso, yo no tengo el corazón para, para engañar. Si Manuel estuviera conmigo, yo sería el primero que te lo traería, para que tú estuvieras en paz. Nunca supimos qué fue de Manuel. Hasta la fecha. Hasta la fecha. Hasta la fecha. Manuel, pues, desgraciadamente desapareció fueron los vicios, las amistades, qué sé yo quienes lo echaron am, a perder, y no volvimos a saber de él. Ese fue mi mejor amigo de la vida. Mario de la pescadería también lo considero un buen amigo, varias veces me quitó el hambre, me invitó a comer, varias veces me dio dinero, como lo hizo don Toño Domínguez, que me llamaban su hijo. Decían que yo era su hijo, porque les hubiese gustado tener a alguien que era trabajadora. Entonces al escuchar eso no era para para creérmela. Era para decir estas personas creen en mí y no las voy a decepcionar, por eso cuando yo le llamo a un muchacho o una muchacha, siempre les digo al final de la llamada, Nunca hagas nada que no hagas sentir orgulloso a tu mamá o a tu papá. Ese es el capítulo de mis amigos, my God. De tus amigos de infancia,
Interview With Real-Time Voice Changers, Jaime Bosch and Alex Bordanova
"I'm highway highway. Bosch the co founder and ceo voice malt and alex borden over the director of audio experience at voice mode. Haina alex. welcome to the show. Hey karl thank you very much. Thank you happiness. The city's highest hero founder at westmont. Hey clark thanks a lot for the mutation so happy to be here. Today was great to have you both on the show. Jamie what things off by telling us. What is voice mod. What type of uses do you serve and what. What does your energy help. Those users accomplish voice with mission is to help people express themselves through silent than amplify every experience and we do these towards our bigger vision that is a world where everyone can create unique entities at the end of the day What are doing is. We evolved human connection through sound by building tools and creating spaces that allow people to sound. They way they want to sound to be hurt. The way they want to be hurt the kind of user some or the main use cases that we have today are social players sent conduct create or so for the social players. What we are adding them is the possibility to have these conversations in a moral way to react to things happening in game life and even to having more immersive experiences and also for the creator use as we are providing them a tool to make to create content and to make their life streams and their videos more entertaining. Okay so it's not just gaming is about content creation as well And i love what you said that it's about creating human connections and allowing people to make those connections in the way that they want to be heard so alex. It sounds like voice. More isn't just about voice modulations or adding cool sound effects two games. It sounds like there's a lot more to voice mud. We are helping the people to build their digital sound identities so building your digital selfish so important because that will allow people to become what they really want to be
Drug Possession Poised to Become Misdemeanor in Washington
"A felony before the state Supreme Court struck down our state's drug possession laws now under a new bill headed to the governor's desk. Knowing possession of drugs will be a misdemeanor car radios Hannah Scott reports. Democratic Senator Jaime Peterson says not voting for this bill leaves the state with Wild West. No criminal penalty for the possession of drugs. A stricter said it passed Bill made it a gross misdemeanor two uses a stick to get people into treatment. But the House lower that to just a misdemeanor on Lee offering treatment Something Republican Senator John Bronn says he knows won't work. If I talked about my nephew a few days ago, two days ago, he checked himself out of rehab. They found him in a hotel room dead. The governor signs the bill. Lawmakers have two years to come up with a permanent fix or revert. No law at all. Governor actually
"jaime" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio
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"jaime" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio
"I'm sorry, but I am yeah, I used to watch them On T to tell damn is actually in black and white, but I loved his one-piece jumpsuit as exercise. Like I said, I have to pack of same so I used to watch reruns of the show that my my grandmother had on VHF and and then eventually I got the DVDs of them cuz I just was really I mean, yep. She could say I was obsessed. I would just was obsessed with I loved him so much from a very young age. They would call it. Oh the old soul Jamie but I just I I knew he was dropping so much wisdom teeth and it's interesting because he would always say invest in yourself now so you can reap the dividends day after day and month after month and year after year. And you know, he's the one that on his 70th birthday swam from Alcatraz to Inland San Francisco Towing seventy votes with 70 people Shackled and they were attached to his mouth. Like that's unbelievable and someone like that just goes to show ya know just goes to show what we're capable of so, you know, I spent truthfully I spent a chunk of my life where I'm completely lost. I was very stuck. I battled with depression. I was an insomniac sugarholic. I did not eat. Well, in fact, I used to eat a pound of bacon the day ma'am. Just need a pint of ice cream and and more pizza than you could imagine and interestingly enough, you know, what's what's wrong with it. I mean it's vacant. I mean, so I'm I'm sorry. I don't know how to make it. I love bacon and I'm just like bacon. I mean it's like it's big and so there's there's books and there's also I am I where I'm at now. My my point is this is we all start somewhere and whoever's listening meet yourself where you're at today. It's not where I'm at. It's not a Rob. It's not worth Jacqueline or Jillian Michaels off or your most inspirational human being that you look up to is meet yourself where you're at today and start to Define bring you awareness to whatever it is that you know, we know there's areas in our life that we want to change that we need to make a change and start to think of it as like a ladder and pick a goal one goal think of one area of self-care, you know you maybe it's like for me. Working mom. Okay, maybe you want to make more time to relax. So your goal would be relaxation at the top of that ladder and be a specific as possible. I want to relax by having a spa day every Sunday at least an hour to myself. Okay, go down a little down that ladder of what you need to do step-by-step and make that list write it down. Look at okay, I got to hire a babysitter. That means I got to have the money to hire babies home. I got to make sure I'm got my mask or I'm going to the spot that I make my appointment. Then I have to make sure I do this and I do that and make all the different steps all the way down to the bottom that base of the ladder and then Thursday begins slowly just with that one area start to take those little steps and lo and behold I see this every day. It's interesting to me that we live in a world in a country..
"jaime" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio
"Because they're paying you know the box and so my voice coach at the time told me he said Rob here's the deal. You're a Ferrari and you need to explain to your wife your Ferrari and what that means is you have special requirements. You're a high performance High intense Thursday High Caliber Performance Machine and you need to be in that state and it takes maintenance. So you need your rest you need, you'd be able to take time to go off by yourself and have creative time you'd be able to meditate need to eat good food. You need to stay relaxed and you just stay healthy and that dives into self-care thought it was hard for my now ex-wife to understand that now my new wife Tanya. She's all about that. She's all about self-care and she you know, she calls me her a little diva. I mean, you know, she goes off what do we do? We're going to we're going to have a spa day. We're going to go to the spa and we're getting massages. And then after that we're going to go get pedicures and manicures and we're going to go see yep. In the infrared sauna, because we're Ferraris and we we need to do that self-care. So every Sunday morning we go to the spa and a lot of people like that's kind of extravagant I go do you realize you have one body one body? That's it. And and you can either you know pay pay now it's a letter and if you invest in good quality mattress good quality food invest time, which is money to allow people into exercising and meditation time and down time. Then you don't have to do the pay later. The people that are in the hospitals and stuff. They're the ones that have led us sedentary lifestyle. They have not taken care of themselves. They have not not made their health a priority, you know, it's it's easy to just dead. And I hear this all the time it drives me nuts is I don't have time to exercise. However, I do have time to watch eight hours binge of friends or eight hours binge of a stranger things or you know what? I mean? It's it's all so Balance and where you put your priorities I want to be healthy. I mean my fifties I want to be freakin healthy. My mom just turned 94 last weekend 94 years later. I am happy birthday. That's incredible. Yeah, they just recently took her driver's license away. I mean, I'm talking months like seriously ninety-three years old woman's driving it was so incredible. She's very independent just incredible and slightly scary. You know, it's program and say yeah the same kind of thing my grandmother who is 90 years young and she's off or Vitality on a little finger than many people that I've worked with and it's interesting because a lot of it really does come from within, you know, when it comes to self cath though. It's a big buzzword that gets tossed around and then also has a bad rap sometimes of oh, yeah. I don't have the the money or I don't have the time and just like you said one of my other men wage. I've been blessed to work with some really incredible people in the world and one of the people I always wanted to work with I never got to work with him specifically, but I got to work with his wife and still do is Jack LaLanne and Thursday one, you know one of his quotes. That was my God me. Yeah. I met I met I met you I did he was in Georgia and San Diego. I met Jack LaLanne and I was in radio in San Diego and I met Jack LaLanne again. I met him three or four times in my life and he's so great..
"jaime" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio
"You know being able to walk right now. Actually I have Vision. I have an entire Vision wall at my house right now and I'm laughing because people joke around about me saying oh Jamie you have this switching power that you put these things on a boss they come true and I'm like, well, there's there's not you could say that if you want to say that but there's not really a bewitching power. It's that it's the power of like with you taking a mr. Action. It's the power of taking those steps every single day that will lead you somewhere and you may not know exactly where you're going and it may take you somewhere else and you expected but if you can continue to grow where you're planted where birth Maybe and keep watering the seeds and you know embracing the sunshine those moments of sunshine and life and knowing that as my grandmother always said flowers all flowers grow through the dirt. So even a through the tough time, even when you get turned down or you get let go or you get disappointed or you let yourself down which will happen. Just continuing to put one foot in front of the other and that's I mean, it's interesting because now so many years later just this last year. I created an entire self care program for Jillian Michaels app, and now that created multiple programs within self care and mom and family health programs across the board and not in and of itself is just just such a beautiful way to that goes to show off. That listening to that little voice inside of us. You know, what I'm looking at. My daughter right now is for that voice really is telling us something and if we can embrace it throughout our life and nurture it and love it off and watch it grow instead of being shut down by life because sometimes and that can happen too and I think giving ourselves the grace, you know the time that I went through losing my dad became a single mother losing my job. I've had trials and tribulations. It hasn't all been, you roses all the time, but I actually think I think the shadow work, you know, the challenges are really dead what shape so much of who we are and not I embrace that absolutely absolutely you know, it's amazing. So imagine for a moment like this kind of blow your mind if she decided to meet her you plan to meet her and then there she is and you're like I can't do it. I can't do it. I can't do it and you just said, you know what? I can't do it and a ma'am. Agent what your life might look like today had you not broke through your fear and.
"jaime" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio
"A song all about saying hello to everyone that my whole life he would sing the song and I now my daughter knows it and we sing it all the time, but it's just a song. That's all genuinely about. Making an impact by just whether it's a wave or saying hello to every single person you ever want to or you walk by or you see or you want to see and I remember I was nervous to talk to some of my key. I was nervous to reach out to someone like Jillian Michaels because I was new to the fitness industry. I wasn't a recognizable name and I had maybe only gotten a featured in one or two little magazine articles somehow some way but I thought I'm determined. I'm going to meet her I put her on my vision board. She was on my vision board and then that year I ended up going to a fitness event and I met someone who knew her somehow some way and I said I'll do anything to just thank her. I just want to thank her because she was a catalyst to change my life and I knew you know the million people wanting to say that to her but I thought I'm just going to ask and I happen to be you know at the right place at the right time and ask the right person and I Was able to get granted access to just go say thank you to her and I did and she looked at me when I very first met her and I was so excited and she looked at me and said you feeling kid. I said, I'm feeling great really great and thanked her and asked her to take a photo and she said all right, cool. I like your heart. You've got heart. She said how do you feel till you feel good? Good wage you on stage with me and I went off stage with her and and she led to work out. I had no clue what we were going to be doing and there was about five hundred maybe more people in the room at the huge event. And after the event I was on cloud nine. I felt genuinely like your dreams can come true and it was just such an actionable moment that I'll never forget and then she said to me I'm going to have my manager call you I'd love you to be in the video and I thought to myself. Okay, I've lived in La before. I've heard these kind of things. You.
"jaime" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio
"Years of multiple struggles and trials and tribulations and lots of getting knocked down to get to the point where I I really realized that voice deep within at four and five years old and now having a four-year-old. I mean when she says something I listen I'm like girl we are writing this down and we are doing this whatever it is. So yeah there anyone that's listening, you know, just that the power of that tunnel voice and learning how to turn it on and then the reality is because I remember 18-19 thinking. Okay. I've got to be the change how the heck am I going to be the change? What I was in a state of depression. It didn't make sense in that moment at the same time. I believed deep down that I could do it and that deep down belief led me to Coaches therapy all different elements of getting support and so I'm a big believer in support of all types and wage. Yeah, and so from there over the years I also have been a very ambitious human being just by Nature. I like, you know, really going to find the end of the rainbow and I am taking the time to really get to the end of the rainbow. So I'm not afraid to take chances. I'm not afraid to take risks and sometimes I've done some that I've learned from and other times I've succeeded suck when it came to getting into the fitness industry. I was a flight attendant. I was not in great condition physically and I just decided I'm going to put myself to the test. I'm going to see if I can get myself in really good shape. So the way I did that was I was inspired by people like Julia Michaels and I said, you know, I'm going to put money into a fitness contest and at that time I was probably Twenty-One or twenty-two and I went into a fitness contest. I failed I think there's 16 places. I got placed wage team and they told me my butt was too big and I had too much, you know fat on my body, but the determination that I had throughout the 12 weeks that I prepped for. It was just unbelievable faith and that experience alone showed me my resilience my grit and my determination that even though I lost in the eyes of the judges. In fact, I one thousand one in more ways than I can count. I ended up being featured in a magazine. I ended up, you know getting connected to people like Julia Michaels. I ended up getting clients and really ultimately started birth..
"jaime" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio
"I have to say your voice is just Sensational and I am so excited to be here with you Tom. They on life transformation radio. Thank you for having me and I'm looking forward to this conversation. Really me too. Okay, so the 800 gorilla 800-pound gorilla in the room. It's not funny. So Jamie says she loves my voice and there's a funny story how we met and actually how I Jamie in my life, but like the past two years before wage she became in my someone in my life like in the last two weeks, and it's really kind of funny. So once again it all goes back to Clubhouse. We're in a room together. Jamie gets up on stage loves what I'm laying down. She has value to the room and she just becomes an instant fan and she realizes that my voice. Where do you know my voice from Jamie? From one of my favorite book. Yeah. It's a miracle morning. So on the narrator for how Elrod's America morning audio books, so she knows me from that. So I've been in her life for a long time. So here's the power of the universe. It's so incredible. I believe so much in abundance and intention and this is another example the right people come into your life at the right time and Magic happens so I met Jamie in clubhouse. Then I sent her a message or she sent me a message or vice versa and we communicated a little bit. However, I want to understand one thing off when I purchased life transformation radio. I was thinking of the people that I wanted on the show and I was thinking of the incredible people that I don't know that I don't know but I have no idea how it ever get in contact with them. But I wanted them on show one of those was Jillian Michaels. I think she has such a badass. She goes by the beat of Her Own Drum and I just have a tremendous amount of respect for her. I have a twenty-one-year-old daughter and I love the example she sets for women. I just loved that about her. So there's that. So then I find out you're talking to Jamie for a little bit. I really like your voice. I'm like God, I really like your voice entered internet and then we talked a little bit more and then I discovered And I set it to the introduction. This is Jamie from the active iPhone app to the last two years. I've been exercising to Jamie. Okay. What did it come on?.
Houston Has Been No. 1 Destination For Many Migrant Teens
"Thousands of migrant Children and teens have arrived at the US Mexico border in the last few weeks, and Houston has become the number one destination for these teens in recent years. Once kids are processed at the border, most are reconnected with family members and restart their lives in a new country in a new language and at a new school, and that's where our immigration reporter Elizabeth Trove all picks up the story. In southwest Houston. Wisdom High School H I s T teacher Garrett Reid gather some of his students while we talk on a video call he breaks the ice with some gentle teasing comes from football. Claire, this man Group of five tell me their first names only since they have pending immigration cases. Here's how I made the football player. Hi. My name is Jaime. And from where in my life I am 18 years old. They're all from Central America. And they all traveled across Mexico into the U. S. Without a parent some just a few months ago, Jaime explains why he risked his life to come here. Says his dad who left when Jaime was a baby lives in Houston High May came to the U. S to be with him and to escape threats from gang members. All of these students have some family already living in the U. S, Like most of the thousands of kids waiting to be processed in border patrol facilities and migrant shelters in Texas and other parts of the
Charter Busses Arriving At Downtown Dallas Convention Center Carrying Migrant Teens
"Tonight Charter bus is had been seen arriving at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Center in downtown Dallas tonight. Now they're believed to be full of immigrant teenagers. The convention center will be serving as an emergency intake shelter for the immigrant teenagers according to health and human services, as many as 3000 maybe sent to Dallas amid an influx of illegal border crossings. Now the city Councilman Jaime Jaime Resendez says the teams will be housed up to 90
#183 Jamie Lerner Self-Care: If You Dont, Who Will? - burst 03
"We just are and were very well equipped to do it. And it's also interesting about reinvention. Is that we lose a lot of something. That is very important along the way which is south care so women are masterful in reinventing themselves and then they also are masterful in forgetting themselves. How did how did how did he know. We're going to make a transition to self care. I mean seriously on my sheet in front of the next. The next bullet point was self care and you made a wonderful trenches transition to it. So that is what. I'd like to talk about now. And and focus probably the majority of our time is self care and personal responsibility and and especially in this current cova time of chaos and confusion and and one of the things that you told me about when we chatted before the podcast was that you described your passion. Your current passion for helping people find themselves in the moment. Can you tell me what that what that means to you. Find yourself in the moment every moment that we can be present and it is just a moment by moment and establish or reestablish connection with ourselves that that is the ultimate in self care and and i think a lot of that comes from being able to manage our thoughts and then are feeling but first and foremost our thaw and i think it's important cut. We rarely slow everything down and allow ourselves to be in that moment contain. That's why one of the most important things of how we can care for ourselves and then others it's always about foul firth and then others. It's kind of a win win for everybody. Jesus talks about that. When he says you know i it's always quoted love god and love your neighbor but what's always left out is love. Love your neighbor as yourself and to me that assumes self love precedes other love the cacao kangaroo barber care for another if they're not taking care of yourself self love is sort of. it's almost frowned upon that. You are selfish. You are ego centric if you do that and and if you take care of yourself too much and yet and yet if you don't take care of yourself you're you're no good to anyone else you know want when you could on the airplane they tell you to put your mask on on first before assisting other people and there's a reason for that. That is a universal truth. We cannot care for anyone until we care for ourselves without feeling resentment and if we feel is not much then we are not caring for ourselves or another. So you know. I think people don't really understand what it means to wrap third loving arms around themselves and nourish and nurture themselves into connection. That is the most unselfish thing that you can do. And in some ways it sure responsibility if you're then going to assume the care of others whether be children or a teacher or if you're in any role where you're in a leadership role it's just not possible to do it without having spent some time with yourself and nourishing yourself and if they're self some something to give agree with you on that and i was thinking about taking care of ourselves. There's there's just a number of of ways to do that in you know we're going to get into tactics toward the end of the Of the of the of the show. But right. Now i i'd like to disorder. Get a big picture of what do you mean by taking care of yourself. I know account. I have an idea of what i need by but but i'm curious what your interpretation is kind of goes hand in hand with taking personal responsibility to understand that really. It is known responsibility to care for your responsibility to begin to have an understanding of what year in the evening for yourself and then to figure out a way a gentle loving way to kind of implement some of that self care and most people do the opposite. They expect other people to care for them. They don't even know their own news. They expect others around them to know what they need and they expect that they should be given what they need. There's this really Twisted sense of entitlement. just because the very I think the other interesting thing about women reinventing themselves then they get to hide behind all of the roles that they've taken on as they never care for themselves the end up feeling resentful. They ended up feeling overwhelmed. The end up feeling all the things that they should be feeling and yet known even knows what they need. Not even know. They haven't even taken the time to figure out like okay but only know what i need for my. What do i need to do first thing in the morning but the guy can so myself up before we take care of all these other people so to step into that role of personal responsibility for sending the morning and ask yourself now. What are what. I need so myself. That is such a loving and lovely question to ask one and then to answer it with you. Maybe coffee before. I serve an to eat something before i i just some basic things. That really remind us that we're important. How counter cultural that is because we you know we're we're thinking we always have to be givers don't we we. We can't be. we can't be takers. we can't be an it's not even really taking it's it's more of. You're giving love from an empty cup and you've got to fill that love your love cup for yourself because unless you do you end up resenting the very people that you are serving and it doesn't feel good on your and it doesn't feel good on there and either never feels good to be given some things from someone who is representing you in the process so yet to unconditionally give to hand. That is a lovely feeling for the giver and the receiver and the way we get there is by taking care of ourselves so that we can give which hand alternate goal to feel good about the giving and to feel good about the person who is receiving what your kid i have for the last year been very involved on my own in in the in the sort of tradition node as mystic christianity and the mystics and and and i'm reading people of the thirteenth to fourteenth century teresa viola saint john of the cross and and teresa viola sort of my my guru. Now and she was. She was in the fifteenth century. And they talk about spending this time in divine contempt mystical prayer. But she is very strong that you do that in doing that. You are taking care of yourself your relationship with yourself yourself in the divine how how you relate in the divine but that that then becomes the resource for helping others that so you don't you don't just folk off. Yeah you don't just focus on yourself and forget everybody else. You have to focus on yourself but then the result is it results in a self care you. You can't help but want to share that with other people tackle once again. It's a win win for every beautiful idea. Now you want. You talked about personal responsibility in that. And i've even thought about making when i make a title for this show and we'll see what happens after the show. They make the title. But i i'm working on a premise of the me. Look at my own title here. Self care your responsibility to be responsible for yourself. Well is it so you would. You says it's good. I'm glad you agree because you're not title if you said no i don't believe any of that however it's a turn off for people a lot of people do not want to be responsible from south. They feel resentful that they should have to be responsible for themselves. They feel entitled that others should be responsible for their happy. And i think that it just needs to be thought about in a different way because who would know better for you than you know and yet we expect others to know what we need what. We consider south for first and foremost look. We need the great question. People don't ask themselves that question very often. But do you want. Don't ask themselves that either but people will tell you all day long what they want and what they get is more of what they don't want so and it's always someone else's all so you know if that doesn't work very well that way no it doesn't and and how in the world like you said if we haven't even really investigated pin through the thought process of understanding what we want and what we like in life. How in the world is someone else supposed to know that you know great costal one and yet we expect them to set us fai our needs and we've not identified their their needs. I mean our our needs and how they need to respond. You know My listeners heard have heard this before. But my wife. And i for probably. We've been married thirty six years and for at least twenty five of those. If not more. We take every year between christmas and new years now. This happens throughout the year but we take an intentional time of three days away so we can have two nights in one place. You know two full days in place and we ask each other So how was i. What kind of husband was last year. What kind of wife was i. And and what do you want from me. How can i serve you in helping. You find. You know helping you fulfill your needs and so we're forcing ourselves to identify our knees and until the other person. This is what i would like fantastic. I mean that's that's a conscious of our relationship a nice guy. Yeah yeah you know a lot of good writing on that jamie is. Are you familiar with the land baton. Elaine de button depends on how you want to pronounce it. The scarlet life. You know he's rich and really good stuff on that he's ridden maybe the best stuff of love between a man and a woman as anyone is written for you know. He's just barely turned forty now but he just has has exceptional writing on that. You know what i wanna do. I i want to go a bit deeper but before we do. I'd like to take a quick break. And then we will come back. And we're going to pursue a little bit more about this personal responsibility and how the victim mentality may come into play in that. Hi there this is charlie hedges. And you're listening to the next with charlie and my very special guests. Today's jaime lerner A woman who is a therapist adventurer pleasure seeker and a cute devil tae of self care. And that's exactly what we're talking about. And and i think she has so much teaches that i've learned so much from jamie and jimmy. We've talked about a bit about personal responsibility. And that letting other people know not expecting other people to somehow somehow be able to read our minds in our souls and understand what we need. We need to articulate that. What other kinds of personal responsibility you know. We're talking about our own personal responsibility and our self care. How can i take responsibility for myself. Do you have any examples of that for me now. I think that away are rewarded in society. Forbidden since Mainstream media that. They reminded us every moment. That's come we are the victim of everything. We have no control so for me. I always suggest to people to turn off the television and to Find a new source. That is a little more emotionally intelligent. That will allow us to feel good when you're done breathing. You're listening to or watching in fetter feeling paralleling cars. We have to take personal responsibility for what we are chasing to consume and hall. We will fail one way or done firmly cloud video. You know that's brilliant. You know is that we have to take responsibility for what we consume in our media. And and i find pretty much nothing but danger when not not just. Tv in general but for me. It's tv news and tv news. You know their their purpose is to stir up controversy in stirrup.
Jaime Masters on Creating a Mastermind
"You created this masterminds of all star ball or entrepreneurs. We talk about it in depth in the book we talk about so many cool things in the book actually like how you structure masterminds and how you keep people on point heike people in the mastermind involved. How you have accountability in there. All these different things super important super meaningful for fire nation. Who's out there. And they're kind of going through this step and they're on their common path on commerce success which is joining or creating masterminds. Talk to us a little bit. About what the significance has been in your life having been in masterminds now for well over a decade this makes sense old well over a decade. Say well over a decade. Why think i think what. I didn't realize when i got into them. Was the amount of deep level of connection and vulnerability that you can get. 'cause entrepreneurship is a crazy bumpy road. No matter what even if you're making millions it's also above just so we're clear you get better at navigating problems but you don't feel so alone and this business is so low when you don't have people that you can talk to especially if you have a partner. That really isn't a business right vendor like but they think i'm crazy potentially for my growth metality and then the people that are significant to you that really know your crap because everybody's got their own perceptions in issues and they can help you navigate it as gracefully as we can as business owners and that's the goal. I don't think the goal is like getting rid of all of our problems. There will always be problems but being able to help chiel not so alone. Have other brainstorm ideas to navigate through some of these issues. That's huge significance because we need connection especially as business owners. 'cause normally i worked with a lot of clients. They're like i can do myself. I don't need anybody do myself. Right like a toddler. I love everybody very much. But i had that mentality also so letting people in is actually hard to do but also extremely fulfilling to make the journey a lot. More easy and
House Financial Services Held Hearing on the Buying and Selling of GameStop Stock
"Services Committee had a hearing on the buying and selling a Gamestop stock of the social media website. Reddit Jaime Roldos Inskeep, the founder of Red. It's Wall Street bets form, says he doesn't expect the trend of short term Trading to stop any time soon because of the success that was seen with Gamestop. Now that these retail traders have gotten the teeth for it, it's gonna be really difficult to put the cat back in on that bottle. Especially now that there's such a huge, huge collective number of them. Answer says It shouldn't be a lot of new regulation when it comes to the stock market in the future. With the
"jaime" Discussed on WDRC
"Morning. I'm in the stool pigeon gave me some information. Hey, told me not to let the cat out of the bag to keep it under my hat. I may have to disappoint Jaime. It's getting mighty uncomfortable having a cat in a bag sitting on top of my head. Well, it's time to feed my pet frog. There's something wrong with his frog. And croaked and three d Hey, must have a man in his throat. I decide Open my mail. Here's an invitation to a bon dance. I don't think I'll go. Hey, much fun dancing with a bond. Here's a card from one of my old flames. Polly the pickpocket. What a girl. I'll ever forget the night she put her arms around me. I lost all sense of time. I couldn't help but she stole my watch. Here comes my secretary. She's running in and out of the office all day. Each time she kisses me there you are saying I'm going to kiss you again. You three thing I'm having a very busy day. I'm up to my Working, Nick. That Secretary is I class kids are practically snatched her from the finishing school. She was a carpenter's helper. She was busy finishing the school. Oh, well, one thing I can say for myself. I ain't the kind of a boss who chases a secretary around the office. I chased her in the hall. All right. Hired this girl. I had a you bang. He has a secretary. He was the only secretary ever met who conceal the envelopes after she put him in the mail chute, grandson of the office window. There's my pal.
Seattle officials pushing for 'no bail, no jail' for non-violent offenders
"You how covert precautions and court backlogs mean that a lot of people who get arrested don't actually end up in jail. Today Come was meant Markovich reports on a growing effort to eliminate bail altogether, except for the most serious crimes. It's a phrase you hear a lot in Seattle's community court. Everybody gets released to comes in without having to post bail. It's geared to people accused of lower level crimes that may otherwise sit in a jail cell awaiting trial because they have no money for bail. We have historic levels of backlogs and because of that, and co vid There's a tremendous push to keep non violent offenders out of jail toe, lower the jail population and pressure on judges to keep it that way. A 2019 report by judges says 77% of jail population statewide. People waiting for their trials. The bell system needs to be reformed. And some of that reform has to be through the Legislature. And that's what Seattle State Senator Jaime Peterson is hoping to do. There are an awful lot of folks who don't need to be in jail. He's paying the bill that would essentially let people accused of nonviolent crimes. Go free until their trial. No bail at all. What's the threshold of violation that you have in mind? That's a good question, and that's one of the things that we're gonna have to work out. But at the bills hearing, even the liberally minded a C L u opposed it because of some possible unintended consequences of it. We are here in opposition, as did judges who want bail reform because it still requires. Court hearings with significantly stress the entire court system. There are fewer people being held for unveil because a lot of people are being PR. That is correct. One veteran bail bondsman says More judges are P R ng I think people accused of nonviolent crimes go anyway on auto theft in a couple years ago would have been a $5000 bill will now be PR. Peterson says he's convinced his bill needs more work. And that the threshold for a bail request. Maybe a person is a threat to another. That's one of the issues that I think we're gonna need to do Some more work on here over the next year in Seattle, met Markovich Cuomo news. Edmunds. Police