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"jeff forrester" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"jeff forrester" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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In the anti-occupation movement antiwar dot com has all from thorough foreign policy analysis to interviews with whistleblowers who used to run the military industrial complex antiwar pro free market. That's anti you're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio heartland newsfeed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and graham public service doing newscast of the sixteenth twenty twenty mike clifford president elect joe biden has said the roughly four hundred miles of wall built along. The border between the us and mexico likely won't be removed when he takes office but neither will his administration build new areas of wall ryan bird with defenders of wildlife says that will be changed for the better for animal migration at the border and for intercontinental wildlife known to move back and forth from the us to mexico is search of resources and habitat. He says the trump administration hasn't built a lot of new border wall but instead replaced previous vehicle barriers. They were able to replace a lot of vehicle barriers which impenetrable industry barriers which are terrible for wildlife so there has been enormous damage done to the border especially in arizona and new mexico. The trump administration argued. The wall border was needed to stop illegal immigration. I'm roz brown. We should know trump promised mexico would pay for the wall it has not instead you as peers have paid fifteen billion dollars so far buzzfeed reports. There were violent scenes in washington. Dc saturday night amid clashes between trump supporters falsely disputing the outcome of the presidential election and counter protesters. Police said. at least twenty people were arrested. A unrest after the so-called million maga- march attended by tens of thousands of trump's supporters in response to the president's claims that joe biden's victory in the election was rigged. The bbc quotes trump continuing to stroke that narrative in a tweet. He won because the election was rigged. The republican president wrote about an hour later. Trump said he was not conceding. The november thirty electoral vote and climate. Change is triggering. The growth of dangerous mold and people's homes along the carolina coast places like sellers a small town in eastern south. Carolina have repeatedly been inundated with flooding and its residents are reporting health problems. Such as coughing wheezing and headaches seller sits in a naturally low lying area and many homes sit low to the ground with little elevation making it easy for floodwaters to seep inside and set the stage for mold formation university of south carolina environmental health sciences professor duane porter says in the carolinas residents have little recourse when it comes to cleaning up mold or even pinpointing the problem. Indoor residential mold is not regulated by the federal government nor is ricky related by state government in south carolina. He says people in disadvantaged communities often don't have much choice but to stay in their homes. I'm not a aram. This is p. ns nearly eighty percent of colorado workers. Do not have access to paid family medical leave. But that's expected to change. Starting in january of twenty twenty four after struggling for years to get state lawmakers to adopt legislation proponents turned directly to voters who approved proposition. One eighteen by a fifteen point margin. Ashley pinelli with the group nine to five colorado says all eyes are now on colorado and she hopes the message sent by voters will help pave the way for paid leave and other states and again that the past on the ballast can really emboldened other states to do something similar and put it on their ballots until confidence that voters are going to support something like this. The colorado pay family and medical leave insurance act provides eligible workers up to twelve weeks of paid leave per year to care for themselves or a family member with serious illness to bond with a newborn or a child placed through adoption or foster care and other qualifying absences. Critics warned the measure would put an undue burden on small businesses and would not generate enough money to pay claims. I'm eric glass this american education week and even with the disruptions of national health crisis. Educators say there is plenty to celebrate school closures remote learning and fears of spreading. The coronavirus have presented teachers. Parents and students with a unique set of challenges is here to joe welsh. An eighth grade. American history teacher and pennsylvania's teacher of the year american education week is an opportunity to recognize that despite those difficulties teachers across the commonwealth are finding new ways to make education work. We still have really great things happening in our schools. We're getting creative. We're thinking outside the box you thinking about how we can still connect with students and still provide them with a great education. He emphasizes that the pandemic should make tackling the unequal resources available to school districts in pennsylvania. A top priority. I'm andrea sears. Reporting finally are mike. Mohan tells us it's been more than a decade now since accords were signed to protect the great lakes for big targeted by drier. parts of the country in need of fresh water about a year ago the minnesota. Dnr blocked plan by a company to drill five hundred million gallons of water and move it by rail to the south west. Even though that plan was thwarted environmental groups say the threat still exists jeff forrester with minnesota lakes and rivers advocates says. The gopher state is rich with water making it even more attractive to in desperate need of it. There's a lot of focus on the great lakes. In minnesota where the headwaters of three continental.

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"jeff forrester" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"jeff forrester" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Along the carolina coast places like sellers a small town in eastern south. Carolina have repeatedly been inundated with flooding and its residents are reporting health problems. Such as coughing wheezing and headaches seller sits in a naturally low lying area and many homes sit low to the ground with little elevation making it easy for floodwaters to sleep inside and set the stage for mold formation university of south carolina environmental health sciences professor duane porter says in the carolinas residents have little recourse when it comes to cleaning up mold or even pinpointing the problem. Indoor residential mold is not regulated by the federal government nor is it regulated by state government in south carolina says people in disadvantaged communities often. Don't have much choice but to stay in their homes. I'm nadia ramleh. Gone this is pms. Nearly eighty percent of colorado workers do not have access to paid family and medical leave. But that's expected to change. Starting in january of twenty twenty four after struggling for years to get state lawmakers to adopt legislation proponents turned directly to voters who approved proposition. One eighteen by a fifteen point margin. Ashley pinelli with the group nine to five colorado says all eyes are now on colorado and she hopes the message sent by voters will help pave the way for paid leave in other states and again that the past on the ballot can really emboldened other states to do something similar and put it on their ballots and feel confident that the voters are going to support something like this. The colorado pay family and medical leave insurance act provides eligible workers up to twelve weeks of paid leave per year to care for themselves or a family member with serious illness to bond with a newborn or a child placed through adoption or foster care and other qualifying. Absences critics warn. The measure would put an undue burden on small businesses and would not generate enough money to pay claims. I'm eric gladys. This is american education week and even with the disruptions of a national health crisis. Educators say there is plenty to celebrate school closures remote learning and fears of spreading. The coronavirus have presented teachers. Parents and students with a unique set of challenges is here to joe welsh. An eighth grade. American history teacher and pennsylvania's teacher of the year american education week is an opportunity to recognize that despite those difficulties teachers across the commonwealth are finding new ways to make education work. We still have really great things happening in our schools. We're getting creative. We're thinking outside the box really thinking about how we can still connect with students and still provide them with a great education. He emphasizes that the pandemic should make tackling the unequal resources available to school districts in pennsylvania. A top i'm andrea sears. Reporting finally are mike. Mohan tells us it's been more than a decade now since accords were signed to protect the great for big targeted by drier. parts of the country in need of fresh water about a year ago the minnesota. Dnr blocked plan by a company to drill five hundred million gallons of water and move it by rail to the south west. Even though that was thwarted environmental groups say the threat still exists. Jeff forrester with minnesota lakes and rivers advocates. Says the gopher state is rich with water making an even more attractive to areas in desperate need of it. There's a lot of focus. On the great lakes. In minnesota where the headwaters of three continental size water shuts moisture says he would like to see laws strengthened so that developers regional planners couldn't exploit exemptions. This is my clifford for public news. Service member and listener supported heard on radio stations across the nation and viewed on free speech tv. And you don't have to wait for the number eight five four fifty free. Put it on speed. Dial so you just have to hold down to have speedo no. I don't think we even have it anymore. I think you've got a. I mean that's how i dial my wife i can tell you that. Mom's got a favorites section. Yeah i don't use it. No i just kind of go to recent i mean i'm only talking to the same people. There's mom there's laura anyway. Eight fifty five four hundred fifty free. Jack doesn't have a telephone numbers because he doesn't want me to call him. It's gonna pat calling in from michigan. Just doesn't give it to you while you're old friends tonight. Grateful little kid pat. You're on free talk. Live guys there. Now we've been here all right. I heard anyway. I think any school system is funded by tax dollars so that would be our high schools and colleges before you can middle. Yeah i'm just saying before you can get a diploma though usually have to be able to pass a citizenship and that would make these colleges and high schools teach the constitution like they should design. I think that makes a certain amount of sense. So you would. The citizenship exam exists. And we can't argue that it's it's right there and it doesn't change too much and if a kid can't pass it in order to get a diploma or degree. If they made it part of that requirement they would dumbed down the citizenship test and there used to be civics classes. They used to be a thing. Now it's social studies and they don't teach you civics like they don't want you to know how this works. You might change things. Well when i did learn civics they lied. They said all kinds of things simply weren't true. So i mean yeah i probably know how because i took civics class. Go ahead pat. Don't we want our own graduates to be at least as murder. The immigrants coming in. I mean you know the management of our country here in our own ener children and we're paying for this where their property taxes. So we're right back to the landholders to are smarter higher. The immigrants well. It doesn't matter whether the immigrants are smarter or not what. He's claiming is that a government school played for with government. Money our money Ought to give the government citizenship exam in order to allow graduation. And you know it's kind of it's a pretty strong position he also just said. Do we want the immigrants to be smarter than our local graduates. I don't care well. Yeah but you don't care about much about that well. And that's the thing i mean we send these kids to these indoctrination camps for over a decade. And what can we get something out of it. What skills do they possess at the end of this right now. Thing cussing fighting might be a useful skill in the distant future. Indeed pat that. I usually i just call people call in with their ideas and just shoot them down. But i take our runs away that blade's going to come in handy. Thank you for the call. I definitely think that It's worth educating children. In civics and history and how government works. I just wish government school did that. I wish government school educated people. But would you take my tax dollars to educate those kids. Would i take yours. They're already being understood. But if you want kids educated you bear the responsibility for educating agreed But i'm also not gonna teach children not to you. Know beat people up and take their stuff by beating people up in taking their stuff. Let's go to jerome calling in from south carolina drum. You're on free talk. Live trump twenty twenty four chunk of pass through ship. I don't know but if he couldn't. I don't think he should be president. I you know what. I got fifty bucks a there. Eight a daring. No way in hell..

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"jeff forrester" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"jeff forrester" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The public service doing newscast deliver the sixteenth twenty money mike clifford president elect joe biden has said the roughly four hundred miles of wall built along. The border between the us and mexico likely won't be removed when he takes office but neither will his administration build new areas of wall ryan bird with defenders of wildlife. Says that will be a change for the better. For animal migration at the border and for intercontinental wildlife not move back and forth from the us to mexico is search of resources and habitat. He says the trump administration hasn't built a lot of new border wall but instead replaced previous vehicle barriers they were able to replace a lot of vehicle barriers impenetrable austrian barriers which are terrible for wildlife so there has been enormous damage done to the border especially in arizona and new mexico. The trump administration argued. The wall border was needed to stop illegal immigration. I'm roz brown. Was you know. Trump promised mexico would pay for the wall it has not instead you as taxpayers have paid fifteen billion dollars so far buzzfeed reports were violent scenes in washington. Dc saturday night amid clashes between trump supporters falsely disputing the outcome of the presidential election and counter protesters. Police said. at least twenty people were arrested. A unrest after the so-called million maga- march attended by tens of thousands of trump's supporters in response to the president's baseless claims that joe biden's victory in the election was rigged. The bbc quotes. Trump has continuing to stroke that narrative at a tweet. He won because the election was rigged. The republican president wrote about an hour later. Trump said he was not conceding. The november thirty electoral vote and climate. Change is triggering. The growth of dangerous mold and people's homes along the carolina coast places like sellers a small town in eastern south. Carolina have repeatedly been inundated with flooding and its residents are reporting health problems. Such as coughing wheezing and headaches seller sits a naturally low lying area and many homes sit low to the ground with little elevation making it easy for floodwaters to seep inside and set the stage for mold formation university of south carolina environmental health sciences professor duane porter says in the carolinas residents have little recourse when it comes to cleaning up mold or even pinpointing the problem. Indoor residential mold is not regulated by the government nor is it regulated by state government in south carolina. He says people in disadvantaged communities often don't have much choice but to stay in their homes. I'm nutty aroma gone. This is p. m. s. really eighty percent of colorado workers do not have access to paid family and medical leave but that's expected to change starting in january of twenty twenty four after struggling for years to get state lawmakers to adopt legislation. Proponents turned directly to voters who approved proposition. One eighteen by a fifteen point margin. Ashley pinelli with the group nine to five colorado says all eyes are now on colorado and she hopes the message sent by voters will help pave the way for paid leave and other states and again that passed on the ballot can really emboldened other states to do something similar and put it on their ballots and feel confident that the voters are going to support something like this. The colorado pay family and medical leave insurance act provides eligible workers up to twelve weeks of paid leave per year to care for themselves or a family member with serious illness to bond with a newborn or a child placed through adoption or foster care and other qualifying. Absences critics warned. The measure would put an undue burden on small businesses and would not generate enough money to pay claims. I'm eric glass this american education week and even with the disruptions of a national crisis. Educators say there is plenty to celebrate school closures remote learning and fears of spreading. The coronavirus have presented teachers parents and with a unique set of challenges. To your to joe walsh and eighth grade. American history and pennsylvania's teacher of the year american education week is an opportunity to recognize that despite those difficulties teachers across the commonwealth are finding new ways to make education work. We still have really great things happening in our schools. We're getting creative thinking outside the box you really thinking about how we can still connect with students in still provide them a great education. He emphasizes that the pandemic should make tackling the unequal resources available to school districts in pennsylvania. A top priority. I'm andrea sears. Reporting finally are mike. Mohan tells us it's been more than a decade now since accords were signed to protect the great lakes for big targeted by drier. parts of the country in need of fresh water about a year ago the minnesota. Dnr blocked plan by company to drill five hundred million gallons of water and move it by rail to the south west. Even though that plan was thwarted environmental groups say the threat still exists jeff forrester with minnesota lakes and rivers advocate. Says the gopher state is rich with water making it even more attracted to areas in desperate need of it. There's a lot of focus on the great lakes in minnesota where the headwaters of three continental size water shots forester says he would like to see laws strengthened so that developers and regional planners couldn't exploit exemptions this is my clifford for public news service member and listener supported heard on radio stations across the nation and viewed on free speech tv and radio and internet district getting paid something heavyweight money pedro fernandez. Yeah just excited Just excited to be back because we'll fight every night. You know be pedro Bienvenido welcome to these four line headquarters here in the bay san francisco california for another edition of ring top live worldwide imitated never duplicated thirty seven plus years. Now knocking out all bunk. My name is pedro. Fernandez welcoming talk live worldwide. Next to our. I hope to have some fun. We hope to irritate some people. We hope to inform for people's while. So i do all three things. I think i've done my job trade up. This is ring. Talk live worldwide. The godfather larry merchant retired as bill. Godfather would join us at about twenty twenty three twenty four minutes past the hour. We'll check in of course from the city of angels talk about last night's fighting force. Last night was a bit of predictable. Although some people does it kill book was was gonna win. I saw it on the internet. Pick 'em win bay not kobuk produce thirteen one underdog straight up at thirteen hundred and of course he lasts in the fourth round. I've already won the first two without question. But then once crawford was able to establish himself as a southbound close at this isn't figure the guy out and once they hit him with punch. You didn't see it was all over here from both kell brook and the still champion still. Wb away champion. Talked about mr terence. Cooper omaha nebraska. Give them some props. He's everybody they put in front of him. Everybody they put in front of me. 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"jeff forrester" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"jeff forrester" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Eric glass this american education week and even with disruptions of national health crisis. Educators say there is plenty to celebrate school closures remote learning and fears of spreading. The coronavirus have presented teachers. Parents and students with a unique set of challenges is here to joe welsh and eighth grade. American history teacher and pennsylvania's teacher of the year american education week is an opportunity to recognize that despite those difficulties teachers across the commonwealth are finding new ways to make education work. We still have really great things happening in our schools. Were getting creative. We're thinking outside the box. You really thinking about how we can still connect with students in still provide them great education. He emphasizes that the pandemic should make tackling the unequal resources available to school districts in pennsylvania. A top priority. I'm andrea sears. Reporting finally are mike. Bowen tells us it's been more than a decade dow since accords were signed to protect the great lakes for being targeted by drier. parts of the country in need of fresh water about a year ago the minnesota. Dnr blocked a plan by a company to drill five hundred million gallons of water and move it by rail to the south west even know that plan was thwarted. Environmental groups say the threat still exists. Jeff forrester with minnesota and rivers advocates says. The gopher state is rich with water making it even more attractive to areas in desperate need of it. There's a lot of focus on the lakes. In minnesota where the headwaters of three continental size water shuts says he would like to see laws strengthened so that developers and regional planners couldn't exploit exemptions this is my clifford for public news service member and listener supported heard on radio stations across the nation and viewed on free speech tv. Now live with a call from phoenix. Your host andy. good morning. Good afternoon. Like i always say to people. I got absolutely no coupe. We'll time it is for you. I just know it is the world famous. Nfl rewind we ten of the world famous nfl wind. Right here on sports overnight. America with me andy door. Welcome in everybody. We've ten did not disappoint once again. Just amazing stuff happening on the football field and you might think the most amazing thing was the fact that the patriots and cam newton pass lamar jackson and the ravens and a sloppy wet mess out there on the football field but no no no no no cuyler. Mercury was not to be outdone out dueled in the desert by one josh allen. Because wow you wanna talk about trauma you wanna talk about. Wait until the last second. You wanna talk about making something happen when you do not think it's possible. That's what my man murray did for the arizona cardinals and catapulting is guys with a victory. Thirty two to thirty great past de happened. Would seriously you. You cannot talk about a better transaction. Then d. hop has been for the arizona cardinals Unbelievable so yeah. That's going to be a lot on the door of man's mind here on the nfl rewind. We tend style. Can't believe we are this far into the nfl season only a like two months left. It's insane when you think about it. All right so Packers they kind of stumbled a little bit not as an impressive victory. Excuse me by any means over. The jaguars has something about them in the sense that even when they don't play well dave to get it done so gotta like that buccaneers. Wow they kind of lit the The panthers up and as soon as teddy bridgewater went out of the game that that kind of seem to get away from them in quick fast and in a hurry and speaking of that i got to get the heck out of dodge to a break. Real quick fast hurry. I got a lot on my mind man week. Ten of the nfl really right here on the world. Famous nfl rewind sports overnight. America.

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"jeff forrester" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:38 min | 1 year ago

"jeff forrester" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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Mexico likely won't be removed when he takes office but neither will administration build new areas of wall ryan bird with defenders of wildlife. Says that will be a change for the better. For animal migration at the border and for intercontinental wildlife known to move back and forth from the us to mexico is search of resources and habitat. He says the trump administration hasn't built a lot of new border wall but instead replaced previous vehicle barriers they were able to replace a lot of vehicle barriers with impenetrable industry and barriers which are terrible for wildlife enormous damage done to the border especially in arizona and new mexico. The trump administration argued. the wall. border was needed to stop illegal immigration. I'm roz brown. Wish know while trump promise mexico would pay for the wall it has not instead you as taxpayers have paid fifteen billion dollars so far buzzfeed reports. There were violent scenes in washington. Dc saturday night amid clashes between trump supporters falsely disputing the outcome of the presidential election and counter protesters. Police said. At least twenty people were arrested of unrest after these so-called million mega march attended by tens of thousands of trump's supporters in response to the president's basil's claims that joe biden's victory in the election was rigged. The bbc quotes. Trump is continuing to stroke that narrative in a tweet. He won because he election was rigged. The republican president wrote about an hour later. Trump said he was not conceding. The never thirty lateral vote and climate change is triggering. The growth of dangerous mold in people's homes along the carolina coast places like sellers town in eastern south. Carolina have repeatedly been inundated with flooding and its residents are reporting health problems. Such as coughing wheezing headaches sits in a naturally low lying area and many homes sit low to the ground with little making it easy for floodwaters to seep inside and set the stage for mold formation university of south carolina environmental health sciences professor duane porter says in the carolinas residents have little recourse when it comes to cleaning up mold or even pinpointing the problem. Indoor residential mold is not regulated by the federal government. Nor is it. Regulated by state government in south carolina says people in disadvantaged communities often. Don't have much choice. But to stay in their homes. I'm nadia ramleh. Gone this is. Pms nearly eighty percent of colorado workers. Do not have access to paid family and medical leave. But that's expected to change. Starting in january of twenty twenty four after struggling for years to get state lawmakers to adopt legislation proponents turned directly to voters who approved proposition. One eighteen by fifteen point margin. Ashley pinelli with the group nine to five colorado says all eyes are now on colorado and she hopes the message sent by voters will help pave the way for paid leave in states and again that the past on the ballast can really emboldened other states to do something similar and put it on their ballots. Feel confidence that the voters are going to support something like this. The colorado pay family and medical leave insurance act provides eligible workers up to twelve weeks of paid leave per year to care for themselves or a family member with serious illness to bond with a newborn or a child placed through adoption or foster care and other qualifying. Absences critics warned. The measure would put an undue burden on small businesses and would not generate enough money to pay claims. I'm eric alas this is american education week and even with disruptions of national health crisis. Educators say there is plenty to celebrate school closures remote learning and fears of spreading. The coronavirus have presented teachers. Parents and students with a unique set of challenges is here to joe welsh. An eighth grade. American history teacher and pennsylvania's teacher of the year american education week is an opportunity to recognize that despite those difficulties teachers across the commonwealth are finding new ways to make education work. We still have really great things happening in our schools. Were getting creative. We're thinking outside the box. You're really thinking about how we can still connect with students in still provide them with education. He emphasizes that the pandemic should make tackling the unequal resources available to school districts in pennsylvania. A top priority. I'm andrea sears. Reporting finally are mike. Bowen tells us it's been more than a decade now since accords were signed to protect the great lakes for big targeted by drier. parts of the country in need of fresh water about a year ago the minnesota. Dnr blocked plan by a company to drill five hundred million gallons of water and move it by rail to the south west. Even though that plan was thwarted environmental groups say the threat still exists jeff forrester with minnesota lakes and rivers advocates says. The gopher state is rich with water making it even more attractive to areas in desperate need of it. There's a lot of focus on the great lakes. In minnesota where the headwaters of three continental size water shuts morrison says he would like to see laws strengthened so that developers and regional planners could exploit exemptions. This is my clifford for public. New service member and listener supported heard on radio stations.

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"jeff forrester" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast

The HeFluence Podcast

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"jeff forrester" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast

"Times and it it challenges up Jeff brought up some things from the book that kind of brought my mind up as he was talking like being a poser and you know limiting beliefs and all these all these different things. So thank you for. Your heart. Thank you for your friendship and your encouragement Jeff is such an encouragement and and so tell us tell people how they can get your book and how they can connect with you more because Obviously. If you if you're breathing Jessica if you have, you have breath in your lungs today, you WanNa connect with with Jeff I I said this before I don't follow a lot of people i. don't really even go on instagram that much. But as Jeff can tell you it's it's it sparingly but I get encouragement from Jeff from things that. I do Poe. So encouraged me to do a little bit more, but tell people how they can get your book and how they can connect with you more. Yes. So the primary place that I I function on is instagram and the the best way to follow me there is it's Jeff, the number four esther. So it's Jeff Forrester. So it's my name. A., and then you can get the book anywhere online where books are sold, and then if they would like a signed copy for your listeners if they just let me know that they heard it on he fluence than a normally a signed copy is twenty dollars but I'll do it for seventeen. Awesome. Awesome. That's awesome and so we'll put that in. The show notes and that way you guys can have those Don will will put that in there and and Jeff. I. Just want to say thank you brother for your friendship. Thank you for your encouragement and guys. If you're listening to this, still only way people get to hear Jeff I talk is that you share this more go on rate the. podcast listen to podcasts I can tell you the I can tell you the next couple of weeks. I'm going to have some amazing guests tonight on I'm Interviewing Arabia Scott and her husband they. The Arabia played in the movie I get goosebumps I think about it. She played in the movie unplanned If you if you've not watched movie unplanned It's about planned parenthood and about abortions and and she she lost all she played in Buffy, the vampire slayer splitting, all these different movies Scott radically saved and Hollywood expedited her because she did a movie Christian film, and so she just said, well, I'm just GonNa only do Christian films now right and so I believe tonight and and as you just heard. From Jeff podcasts are going to get better and better i. just got a text from my friend Joseph. Mendoza yesterday I will be interviewing Tim's pastor Tim story on my on my podcast and a couple of weeks. So I'm super excited about that and so go and let's go and subscribe and listen and guys get Jeff's book that you you you can read. You, can download on Kendall my kindle. I Love My cat told Jeff I showed him I read books on the on on the airplane all the time and and I'm super excited to finish his book. So Guys Love, God love people and live with passion with vision guys. Thank you for listening to another session of the he plans podcast and remember if you..

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"jeff forrester" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast

The HeFluence Podcast

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"jeff forrester" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast

"That I could only add value in not charge for it, and then God would would deliver money if somebody wanted to pay for it. That's yeah we talked about that I remember I remember challenging about that. So so what I would say is not to go down the rabbit hole on that one is is to really think about the agreements that you've made with yourself and John eldredge is a great one to. Help you walk through an understand agreements. We don't have to know exactly why we made it. We just have to know what we've made, and then once you can identify some of those that'll start to unlock that part. So really think of of of what you want to accomplish. So in sales, that's the big thing is what you want accomplish. I would also say why you know Simon Szymon cynic says, start with your Y. In. Is Important. And so I think it's not just the bigger. Why but why are you standing in front of the person you're standing in? Why are you calling and reaching out or you doing it to to move you or you doing it to help them because you know what you have will help them and if don't believe that something that you have. Will help them. You probably should shift and find a different product to to move and to sell, and so that's that part of that agreement is I realized that my book my services, the things that I can offer will help people, and I, need to be proud of that confident with that, and that's going to change people's perspective for me so. Selling in a nutshell is a transfer of confidence. So if I'm confident and I can transfer that to you then you see the value in one I'm bringing and so that's a huge aspect that I try to help. Encourage people that I work with is understanding that that confidence is a transfer and that goes to me as well if I'm not confident in why the world would. Anybody WanNa, hire me or by the product that I'm promoting you talked about this earlier listening what your Graham says two years one mouth it's it's intently listening and I would say not to just what the other person is saying for me it's listening to what I'm saying I really have tried to work hard on being self aware of each word that comes out of my mouth. And if we can do that, then you're very precise in making sure that what I'm saying to you resonates with you and and. It's the Mark John Maxwell talked about if you're not if somebody doesn't understand what you're talking about, it's not their fault..

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"jeff forrester" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast

The HeFluence Podcast

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"jeff forrester" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast

"To join and do what I'm doing I'm I I'm I'm next year I'm getting my PhD in holistic nutrition and I the person who taught me influence over more than anybody was my friend Cole. Hatter and Co has an entrepreneur event that actually starts tomorrow. If you're an entrepreneur and you'd like virtual events I would tell you to go to attend thrive dot com and get your ticket my wife and I it actually Thri was voted the number one entrepreneur event every year. By, Forbes. INC and Huffington Post and my wife and I won the monumental business award at thrive last year and twenty nineteen, and it starts tomorrow I just got a little notification on my computer when it popped up when Jeff and I started about that but I'm super excited co taught me influence over persuasion There's a great book about sales called Pre Suasion by Robert Cutini and it's a great book. If you're if you're into Sales Jeff, let's finish up this last section talk to me a little bit about some tips. that. You use as a sales guy in that you teach because I challenge Jeff because more people need to hear from Jeff there. Jeff needs to create courses I told him I said Jeff, you've got to create some courses and I actually was talking to my coach about Jeff the other day my my coaches. You know we get this earlier about kingdom minded. There's a lot of guys that use the Word Kingdom minded k. my view of what kingdom minded is a lot different than what ninety five percent of the people on social media's mindset about king the minded as. Before Kingdom I, we have the same mindset as we do on social media as we do off social media, treat everybody with the mind of Christ we teach were we're all about forgiveness and restoration and healing, and we don't live in a world like that. Right now we we many are called fewer chosen. Right? We're we jeff when we met that day we said we need to be the hands and feet of God in separate ourselves and be the one percenters my at Thrive and twenty nineteen in two, thousand, eighteen, I had the privilege. Of Meeting, one of my one of my heroes my friend Dr Eric Thomas Who's motivational speaker I think he's one of the best motivational speakers in the world and and he's humble he and I had the privilege of connecting with him and and and he taught me a lot about about the one percenter right being a one percenter being a a kingdom minded person. So as we finish give listeners maybe some tips maybe they're like I was maybe they struggle with sales maybe they day they. They've written themselves a little note that says. I love sales because as soon as I wrote that I went from a whole different mindset of what you just talked about I went from knowing that God gave me a moral responsibility because he placed me in the top one percent of my industry and I have to have that one percent mindset. So as we finish up and then I want you to tell people how they can get. When we get finished up, tell people can get your book how they can connect with you and from you but just maybe give us a tip or so about sales the mindset of it, how we can get better at it. Yeah. I mean you hit on quite a few of them that I would have given cold anyways as one is identify the agreements that you've made with yourself We're are worse own worst enemy or I could be more specific. I'm my own worst enemy and after our breakfast is in I went through John Maxwell courses, I, realize I'd an agreement that I couldn't add value and charge for.

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"jeff forrester" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast

The HeFluence Podcast

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"jeff forrester" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast

"Then you just have a the. Today. I saw started thinking what's a little win that I can do that I can celebrate and I thought to myself like let's see if I can. If I can create a habit be intentional about flossy mitee so I wrote myself a little note I. Put floss every day. And so I stuck on my mirror and I'm happy to say. I've lost for it was about six months before I went back to the dentist and they noticed I mean my. Saving thing like, Hey, you lost in your teeth now and I was like, no. Yeah we can tell and so what's really cool about that is it's been almost two years. I literally have lost every single night before bed I have a nice little ritual that I do. And I'm proud of that I mean went from not doing anything. So what I encourage people to do if you want to be intentional I, find something. Like a little win that you can prove to yourself. This is an original for me. So I heard this as well is. Prove yourself you can keep a promise to yourself am and if it's lossing if it's just picking up your socks, put into the dirty clothes just find something fun that you can do. James. Clear. Talks about an atomic habits is. Little. Small things. Create big compound ing gains, and so his whole thing is one percent every day and if you think if you strive to be one percent every day that means the end of every week, you're seven percent better at the end of every month or thirty percent better the end of the year you're now. Three hundred sixty percent better than you were at the beginning of the year in all you did was try to be one percent better every day, and when you talk about sales and talk about intense analogy is just think if you can just increase the number of contacts as you make each day by one percent if you can increase your sales by one percent every day Warren Buffett became a billionaire based on the law of compounding. And we can do the same thing in our lives. We can do the same things if it's physical if it's you know mental spiritual, mind body spirit. I just encourage people just to find the little winds and then try a little harder the next day and then a little harder than next day. It's good. It's good. I wrote this out. This is a this was him is in my my older and those of you listening online you can't see it Jeff. It says I love. It says I love sales. Okay Jeff you encouraged me to do this last time we went together. K.. Influences sales sales influence. I'm an influence for God. And every day I looked at I look at this and I'm closing people left and right because I have a moral responsibility. For people to.

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"jeff forrester" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast

The HeFluence Podcast

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"jeff forrester" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast

"Help you coach. You give you instruction encouragement mentorship. So I thought it was going to be around helping me fix my webpage. So the very first day he's like a good coach. So what do you do? What are you trying to do what you want accomplish what your product? So tell told him about over the thirty years I I decided. About a year before, sit down and start writing down all the things that I had. worked. It had made me successful and helped me make other people successful. and. So I was telling me about his union book. and. I had serious cases. Imposter Syndrome where I thought to myself, nobody wants to hear from Jeff and Orlando I had the time probably one hundred, fifty followers on Instagram I wasn't on facebook and my who's going to buy this book you know and so he's like I'm telling you. You need to write the book as like no let's focus on the web page. Let's go after that like okay. So then I call the next week is he's like, have you thought any more about this book? And I had because he got that spinning in my mind and I also believe that the Holy Spirit was poking me at the same time going look I had you do this I brought you this guy to help encourage you what are you gonNa do about it. And so I made the commitment to him as like okay. Let's get this thing started. So he then proceeded just to give me basic instruction and steps to get started. And then from there to start writing the book and so his main goal was if you can rights three hundred words, a day takes most people thirty minutes to write three hundred words you can ride twenty, five, thousand plus word book in six months. So this was like in February. And so. Thought. To, myself okay. All. Right. Let's set a goal of June twenty twenty to be done with my brain dump not completely done with the book but our goal was to get it out it right around October November and get people ready for the new. Year. And Cuvette hit. And so I had some extra time. So the next thing I know from the end, of February, I finished the book in April. And it was one of those things that just kept flowing and where the big thing came out I know you're a big believer in this as well. Miss this plays into people's health and what you do is. Adam not only gave me instructions on what to do. He gave me encouragement. He gave me mentorship. He challenged me he pushed me. It was a text message every now and again. That hey, we don't need to stop our weekly check INS. Do you know as well as I. DO YOU'RE NOT GONNA finish? You'RE GONNA stop and I'm pretty focused in intentional. He was right though I knew if I knew to my heart. Okay. If I save a little bit of money and not do it. In convince myself while I'll get it done I wouldn't have finish it as fast as I did, and then he continued to help me encourage me in coach me through that. So that was the the basis of the where the book started the book in and of itself it's filled with stories of things that I'm learning through my life that revolve around four key areas. The first one is understanding your strengths and weaknesses. Excuse me the second one is. Why is communication so important in its senator around internal and external communication. The importance of self development. And setting the proper course..

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"jeff forrester" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast

The HeFluence Podcast

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"jeff forrester" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast

"I'm super inspired like I'm probably going to pick it back up next week and probably finish very quickly because I read through a bunch of pretty quickly but what I want. You to talk about his talk a little bit about it so that people can kinda understand how you came up with it how you are encouraged to write it, and some of the things that God placed upon your heart that I know that that he just inspired you to to to share because your your mindset is you want people to become the best version of their self mentally physically spiritually emotionally financially, and so talk a little bit about that. Sure. You talked about earlier about how God puts people in your life at the perfect moment. So we're we're this book came about was I had started this coaching consulting business. I had a webpage I just need traffic to the web page. So I was just trying to battling with how do I do that? I didn't knows started watching some things well I follow. followed a guy named Adam Davis who is a A An author. So He's written quite a few devotional 's focused around first responders and I'd heard him on several different podcasts and just resonated the guys from South Alabama is a good guy speaks direct no mincing words just gives it to you like it is very kingdom minded and I was sitting mayor like about around ten o'clock and I thought to myself like you know what I like this guy and. I like the stuff that he puts up let me turn on notifications on instagram. So I don't have to constantly scroll through and see but the people that that matter I put on notifications I can see when they put something. Will Michael not less than probably a minute or two? My phone goes Ding Adam Davis posts something new. So look at it, and it's a picture of Kyle Chris Kyle the the sniper the American sniper. That she had done some work for her and so he she was giving him an endorsement. So in that post, his cell phone number was in there. And as like a if you need some help with digital media, a media and marketing shooting attacks well now days you know that a lot of people putting text numbers up for robot and next thing you know there's famine a lot. Well. Yeah. I. My favorite one is your buddy. Tim. tebow. And I was like I don't know I. Don't know but I go you know what? Let me just texting. It was like ten o'clock, and then not thirty seconds later he touched me back. He's like, how can I help you? How can I support you which you got? and. So we went back and forth a little bit. We'll set up a call. So we set up a call the next day to talk about what my needs were digital marketing. Wise. And I'll fast forward a little bit is I decided to hire him as a coach because as you well know is if you're not familiar with something and you really, WanNa, speed up the process find an expert. Sent. Find expert to.

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"jeff forrester" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast

The HeFluence Podcast

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"jeff forrester" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast

"Doesn't always mean that you're healthy on the inside and so many of the people I've I've noticed that are that have the best physique that workout in the gym all the time they're supplementing for something that they have missing inside under percent and associate. Until we can connect those two, we won't really be as healthy as God wants us to be. So, so I I feel like for me this is this was my path, and so I'm not going to speak for anybody else is. Yes, I had I had lost the way. I'd kept it off from forty seven now way to Oh, to So it's a it's a good journey when I see people from high school literally the flip the ones that were in great shape. Now, they are in great shape and I was the opposite. So I kinda like it. Yeah. that but. When I look at that is that I had lost the weight but I was still really really really. Inside and not just from a nutrition perspective, which is really important I agree with you one hundred percent I was also unhealthy spiritually emotionally and I was avoiding that and so I would do hard things I would run races I would work countless hours professionally to avoid dealing with any of the things that I knew that we're going to take a lot of work you know and working on the inside is harder than any ultra marathon any triathlon any powerlifting competition anybody will ever do. In it's the most important thing that we all have to do. So I. Don't know if I'm off tangent. That's great. That's great. I love. I love how you said that because that's I think that's important Jeff because it's it's amazing how you what you talked about a lot of it led to to. People. Wanting to try to feed your limiting beliefs and things right like this is how things are and it's really funny that you brought up how we look at you know I I look back at my school and my quarterback in highschool waste three hundred and some pounds like you know he's just this big guy and I I had a hard time finding one fit person at my last reunion, which was kind of scary to be honest with you you know you. You look at thirty years I graduated in eighty six. Okay. So we were thirty years right a school, which is crazy and all these people kind of just went through the opposite direction like you know and so I I respect I respect what you're saying. So why don't you tell me a little bit about the book is Jeff Jeff I sent Jeff picture a couple months back I was. told him I said Hey I'm I'm getting I'm downloading the book onto my Kendall Wright and he sent me Senate to me and I just started to read it and I..

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"jeff forrester" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast

The HeFluence Podcast

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"jeff forrester" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast

"I see a lot of your dad in my debt and you know my dad's like I just don't have anything to live for I'm not encouraged and it's in a in a relates to his health because my dad was one of the Fittest Jeff, I used to watch dad carry five hundred pound rocks with his arms like this like wrapped around the Rock I used to watch him walk between probably about two hundred feet in the air from a tank to tank. Across. a drum that connected the two tanks together holding a one hundred and fifty pounds span all if he took one step to the right or one step to the left. And I'm standing there watching like I'm not going to run over and catch him I. Just that mentality not thought process. So tell me about some of the things. That you know. That you do to fixate on your health and your journey because I know it's a big part of what you do and we talk about that. So why don't you maybe share a little bit about that? Yes. So you were talking about where we are where we're going to get to know where we've been. So I grew up a fact kit so. One. Hundred percent an unhealthy fat kid of the seventies and the eighties. Just tell me just ate a ton and looking back a lot of the the eating. It was emotional. Food makes you feel good and under four, and what's funny is we make this agreement that bad food us feel good. And that's the that was my problem. So played a little football in high school and by my senior year with everything that was going on, I blossomed to a a budding two, hundred, seventy pounds. So I was I was a big boy. Now I was also strong because I was doing a lot of work now and without, but I was fat. So I'm not GonNa kid anybody that it. I can't imagine you. I can't have you guys can say Jeff in front of me now whether if you're not if you're just listening. Jeff's et very thin healthy fit guy. So I wrote down to seventy. I'm going to have to imagine and picture you weighing several send you a picture. My kids anyway recognized. And I recognize me remember looking at it all the time but you but from that is not only was I- unhealthy physically I was unhealthy inside. And what was interesting about that is I made the decision that I wanted to lose weight.

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"jeff forrester" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast

The HeFluence Podcast

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"jeff forrester" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast

"What's interesting about that is this is how great life comes full circle is it's very, you have to have an entrepreneurial spirit for this. Then the things that I didn't like about big corporate business. I learned a ton there and so I'm taking what I learned. They're using that framework of these multibillion dollar companies to help the small company become larger look at the process look at the the the functions that are necessary because those big companies have to have processes and half to have systems in place, and now I'm able to implement those with my own spin on it in this particular organization, and then apart from that is you mentioned the startup that my wife and I have is is active futures, which is part of the book, and it's my coaching and consulting part of of what what my passion is and where. I truly feel that God his leading me and so through that it's just again it's using all the experience that I've I've had over the years and in leveraging that to help other people find tap into things that they're capable of of that and what what I think is great about that is I I I've wrestled back and forth. Jeff when I do these about taking notes and then going back and listen to them, and then I know during a busy season I'd rather take notes be honest with you. So if you see me taking notes a little bit I. I really inspired and not listen to these while I'm working out like so that I understood the power of what was said because a lot of times. Are, certain things that you may miss right and and so thank you for sharing that. I it. It's amazing how I I like what you said about you know the no. The no victim mentality right and and then on the opposite side of that is a a victim fix mentality like thinking that you know those thoughts because we all know that thoughts become things right and so No thank thank you for sharing that and so tell us okay. You're healthy guy tell me tell me about about your journey with your health a little bit and how you have things that you do because I want people understand that Jeff and I discussed this with them a little bit before we jumped on I believe that. I had a I have I've had a magnet now on on my refrigerator off and on when we've moved to different spots, and now it's on a lamp right here and I believe it. It was impactful because my grandmother said it when we were young, she said, if you don't take care of your body where you live, right we can do all the make all the money we want. We can influence all the people we want. But if we don't have a healthy body and life style, it affects us an every area of her life. It affects our relationship with our kids. It affects our relationship. You brought this up about your your your dad, and then I'll I'll let you answer this is My. Dad's eighty, right? Okay he's And he was like Your Dad, he worked sixty seventy hours a week. He didn't care he would drive and push me so hard You know that there was good things and bad things in my relationship with my dad, he pushed me to to to be successful when people told me I wouldn't be and but but you know he's eighty now and he just it's almost like Jeff, he doesn't have anything to live for and he basically told me that a couple of weeks ago and it discouraged me now when you started talking about your dad..

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"jeff forrester" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast

The HeFluence Podcast

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"jeff forrester" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast

"Podcast entrepreneurs that it's a lot of work in. If you WANNA get things if you WANNA make money usually you've got to do everything yourself until it gets to a certain point but he had run a toy store and hobby store and he bought it from a guy in nineteen, sixty nine. So he had had it for a while. This is nineteen ninety at the time, and so soon as he was diagnosed, it was late stage. And immediately kept him in for chemotherapy. So I started work my seventeen you know when I was seventeen unfortunately went to a small private Christian. School. Allowed me to go to school in the morning and go work during the afternoon a from nine o'clock until six o'clock. So I worked every day. So that's when my professional career officially started I worked with him and learn from him in had guidance from him from the get-go. So I, I continued to do that on my mom was his primary caregiver. And and I'm I'm trying to give the A brief synopsis. So doesn't get to love it. No, I love Oh I love hearing this eight months later is when he passed and his main desire was to see me graduate high school and so that was in June of nineteen ninety one and I graduated and almost exactly a month later he passed away and that my mom's convinced were all convinced as well that that was his his you know. Way Point. If I need to get to this point, I need a fight as much as I could fight and the that's when. He and my mom made the decision as it's okay you know you. You can let go. He'd made his life right with God. He had repented for the for for him smoking in that was the beginning of a glimpse into not having a victim mentality that I got is here's a guy that smoked that knew that that was wrong but continue to smoke and when he was diagnosed, he didn't raise his fist to God he went forward and repented. And and that was a powerful powerful moment I wish I would have paid more attention to it from a victim mentality perspective, but it's a IT'S A..

"jeff forrester" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast

The HeFluence Podcast

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"jeff forrester" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast

"And bad in everything and God says in his word that he'll turn everything around for his good and for our right and I truly truly believe that in Jeff said. This he said he's he's he's lead a multiple award winning teams by leveraging his and his team strengths and developing their weaknesses I. Love that you focus on the strength and you develop your weaknesses right I. Love that. That's John Maxwell thing. I'm a big John Maxwell Fan He lives like I said currently in Orlando. Florida. twenty twenty five minutes away from me with his wife T. Tammy and I think you say Laura Lee Right. that. I say right law rely lie because everybody says it difference I have a business partner in Canada and Hers Laura Lease and they spell it the same I looked it up today. So with with Laura lie induce right and Jeff is just a recent author of his New Book Unleash Potential I love this simple steps becoming the best version yourself. I don't know if there's anybody that's listening today that doesn't want to be the best version. Of yourself if you don't hopefully by the end of this this time that Jeff Nile spend together, you will see and desire to be your best person of yourself. So welcome to the he fluence podcast my new friend and I feel like I feel like I know him really well, now more than I did before because we got together and we encourage and we talked and let me tell you this. There are certain times in your life. that. You remember times you spend with someone you remember the things. That's really funny before I turn this over to Jeff I have another friend of mine named Jeff that called me the other day recent friend just like me and Jeff Forster, and and I think that he said Mike How do you remember everything like you remember every conversation we had. Said because you know what? Because before when I was growing up, it wasn't a great listener. I just wasn't a great listener and I and I- costly in the back of my mind I heard my grandmother's say you have two years and one mouth two years in one mouth listen more than talk. So tell you when you listen more than you talk. You go a long way and I remember some of the very impactful things at Jeff said to me in person and afterwards I. Follow a lot of people on instagram and facebook but I follow Jeff because he's an encouragement and so I just WANNA welcome to the PODCAST, my new friend Jeff Force or so welcome brother. Thank you for being here. Thank you. I'm not sure how I'm going to follow that. That was. My Introduction. Sorry. The dogs now that's great when it's reality of living doing things at the house of it, I love it no I..

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"jeff forrester" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast

The HeFluence Podcast

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"jeff forrester" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast

"It's now I want to eat better because I realize if my nutrition's off then I don't feel as good. I'm not as close to God when I don't feel as good. Then if I don't feel as good, nutritionally, not WanNa be fitness because I know when I'm fit that I feel closer to God because I feel better professionally. So it just compounds so for me intentionally. Just, is finding purpose and then focusing on it and not letting up. You're listening to. The fluids podcast cast in, we're having candid an actionable conversations about your health relationships, business and ministry, and now here's your host does second chance coach for men Michael David. Huey guys welcome to another session of the heap loans podcast. I'm I'm super.

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Texas Mayor Believes Women Should Be Silent In Churches

Thank God I'm Atheist

07:40 min | 2 years ago

Texas Mayor Believes Women Should Be Silent In Churches

"Down in Town called Wiley Texas. I'M GONNA say it's how you would say that. Why are you It's kind of in the dfw sort of metroplex whatever somewhere in that somewhere in that area. Somewhere I sense of it. I didn't really look closely tech. Most of Texas is in the The Dallas Fort Brawl. As far as you can get it is amazing like it is honestly truly amazing. Any who their mayor Who is described in this article that I found as a magician Minnesota wild this is a triple. He's got all of them. That's that's the dream you guys. I don't know what what you guys wanted to be as kids but I'm pretty sure we all wanted to be magician. Minister Mayor just seemed impossible and this man has done it so Kudos to him. Well they one of his city council members a man by the name of Jeff Forester And the mayor's name is Eric Hogue should he be wondering He he emails him and says mayor over the past five weeks members of youth with a mission have been walking through Wiley and praying over our city and citizens. I believe this is a great testament to the youth in our city and devotion to God with your permission. I would like to ask a couple of the young men to come to our next meeting and lead us in prayer before. Let me know your thoughts and I will arrange to have them come. Jeff Okay. Youth mission all right. Yeah walking around praying what what good. What a good thing for young people to be doing what what productive work? Yeah and so the mayor response he says. Hey Jeff sounds good. I would like that all I ask. Is Those leading the public prayer? Be Young men. Here's why I make that request as a preacher for the Cottonwood Church of Christ we take the the two versus below literally the puts them in here I Corinthians Fourteen thirty four to thirty five a let your women be silence. Silence in the churches for it is not permitted unto them to speak but they are commanded to be under obedience as also Sayeth the law. And if they will learn anything let them ask their husbands at home for it is a shame for women to speak in the Church. And then yeah. That's that's one of those ones. Where like when Christian started to like I I would like when I hear about a church that follows that even though I think it's a horrific stupid right because at least you know that's one more that they're not being hypocrites about right so so there you go mayor with me. Yeah then then I Timothy two eleven. Twelve let the women learn in silence with all sub subjection. But I suffer not a woman to teach nor to usurp authority over the man but to be in silence and so there says so. I have always requested that. A man lead the invocation. I understand. Not everyone may agree with me. But I can't go against my conscience but I would love to have the group count and visit with them and then let a couple of guys leader. They're just just. Don't let any of those lady you come in and pray ruin everybody's doing well first of all. Here's the deal. Does he understand the word? Literally we'd be starts off. He says that we take these two verses below literally and the nurses are talking about church. Yeah and well as teaching everything that's literal about. These says absolutely nothing about a prayer at a city council meeting he. I I think I think he's. He's also looking at the spirit of the law which just women shut up no matter what you know. There's the letter of the law. But if you're really GONNA hold to the word of God shut the hell up ladies than don't talk about liberalness right anyway. So this is all leaked out And I WANNA know who leaked it. Do Okay who leaked it? Oh No oh it's gotta be somebody's wife. Right I the other Jeff Forrester the city council member. I my is He. He thought that was kind of weird right and laughed and chuckled about it. And you're right but I mean this is like will here's the deal. Wiley Texas DOT GOV. It would have been easy this public record. They were using both of them. Were using their official government email and so I mean if somebody wanted to just request them get their hands on them that you're not doing if you've got a a pastor or priest or you know a minister of some sort in an in an official position in your local government. Somebody needs to be doing. You know FAFSA requests of their up all of their documents at all times for reasons. Because you're going to get you're GonNa Stumble on Shit like this all the damn time. Yeah again I don't know how it came out but it's really really remarkable. I mean first of all you know. We both clearly object to the idea of there being a prayer at the beginning of the meeting and all right. This absolute douchebag Maher who also I guess because of Cova There may there may election was postponed to November because the pandemic so the guys getting like some extra time in office. I think it's people who kind of pissed about that too so I love it here. Here's the other thing that I love. I love the idea that like 'cause we talk all the time about how in this country is unconstitutional. If you're at very least if you're going to allow anyone to give a prayer you kind of have to allow everyone to be able to give that prayer and that's the basis of many many for Lawsuits and whatever but does it say anything about the gender of the person. Because I don't know I think there may be something beautiful in will allow anyone to pray but you have to go by the letter of law you have to. If we can find something in your life we get to police your religion and it's An and you have to obey your religion. Exactly that'd be something great about

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Minn. leaders meet to address threats to lakes, rivers

Climate Cast

03:55 min | 3 years ago

Minn. leaders meet to address threats to lakes, rivers

"Support for climate cast comes from Bank of America financing, clean energy initiatives, and advancements in renewable energy and spurring innovation in and the growth of environmentally focused companies markets and jobs, Bank of America, NA, member FDIC. I'm in Walker Minnesota at an annual meeting of rivers and lakes advocates and lakeshore. Homeowners associations and one thing they're seeing is the data is clear. Minnesota is getting wetter overall and as our climate shifts. That's presenting challenges for these folks. Jeff Forrester is the executive director of Minnesota lakes and rivers advocates. Well, I hear from people across the state and, you know, obviously water levels are changing, you know, some areas dryer. So there's drought other areas are over the shoreline and then we're also getting plants native plants there, didn't used to be plants people are saying, well, you know, we've got this northern mille-feuille which is native. And now it's growing right to the surface, and it's in places that never was before we can't get boats through my guess is that warmers having an impact, and then the cloudbursts events are flushing more nutrients cynical ex. And I'm just thinking, you know. No, it's really time to focus, some science, some energy on. What are the impacts going to be? How do we mitigate? How do we build resilience into our systems? The changes that we're seeing in the lakes. How much science is there in terms of linking that to climate? Well, my sense is, there's some, but there's not a great deal with agriculture. They've, you know, the farmers and farm groups have done a pretty good job of looking at the impacts on farms, and did oh with the timber industry and did o with people who deal with the infrastructure of our cities. But there hasn't been a real focused effort on what's going to happen to our lakes and rivers because there isn't the same kind of constituency. And that's really what this event is about is bringing in people who are focused on water and one part of the state one week or one, watershed and bring them together to kind of start talking about these larger issues. We we've seen a couple of recent records that have really jumped out at climate watchers with regard to precipitation, Minnesota, one was the, the twin cities record for all time annual precipitation of forty inches in two thousand sixteen. And then just last year, we had harmony that came in. With sixty inches of precipitation, that's the all time state record. That's closer to a New Orleans level average annual rainfall this spring. We're seeing many lakes, over Bank full are people noticing those changes on their local legs, people are definitely noticing, and I'm getting emails about it from across the state, and I think some are starting to connect the dots. Some maybe not so much. They're wondering what they can do about it. Because it's a climate impact and the climate is changing, and it's going to continue to change. That's why I'm thinking about resilience. What can we do to build resilience into the systems? What, what, what can we do to begin to manage our likes a in adaptive management holistic way, rather than just focusing on the walleye while we're gonna stock while focus on we? It's all well we're going to treat the weights here. We're going to do this, or that, discreet activity isn't going to get us. What we need. We need kind of a bigger vision. That's climate cast from Walker. Minnesota at a water conference. I'm NPR chief meteorologist Paul Hutton there.

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