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"jeff growth" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"I thought it sounded like a medication. Oh that's a good flavor. It's a golden any kind of i kind of agree with the wisecracking walk-a-thon. It's kind of like without the chloroform stuff. I don't think this is this. Episode is like super strong. I think drew carey alone and the the chloroform stuff really brings up an odd It just gets a backstory at the jeff. Any better as always know. I guess the show isn't as characters but it's so good to build that level of layer with you know for the main guy so i think it's still very important. Yeah i think The stuff that it gets it gets it gets so right that I don't know that. I i just i was. I was very pleased. I was laughing really hard for most of this From austin austin says accounting for lawyers feels overlooked for its part in defining a new tone for season two and beyond as the first episode where a plot takes place off campus barring a gag or through the entirety of season. One takes place at greenvale in that bubble of a setting really feels like a big part of why season one feels so distinct. What season to start serving that. Bandaids starts the band aid off Waking up montage and the premier but goes all in on taking the show off campus in this episode. I'm curious what you think about this episode. Being the one to break the greenvale bubble. Was this the right story. Break new ground first off. Just i think you're the one who is equipped to answer this over me and brian. Is this this. This episode is the bubble burster. Would you say. I mean. I think i i feel like the first episode is like i feel like the first episode of season two really like set the scene of what we're in for for season two. I guess this one's different because there's so much stuff off campus but it doesn't feel like particularly groundbreaking to me Like the chloroform thing. Yes but not necessarily the the lawyer story itself. If that makes sense. I think really shift gears when they start bringing off. Campus people backing off campus locations back. They're just continuing one off things not as drastic. I think once we start getting new central. Hobbs in central people that to me feels like more of the bigger ship. Yeah yeah. I think that's right from jank jank and season one. We got a lot of the same beats and jeff's growth over and over again. This one was new and fresh. He had the direct allure to his old life and he's still ended up going back to the study group. No regrets after learning. That allen betrayed him but taking the higher road all of his own initiative it shows that he has changed plus the troy. Anti-ship again shenanigans. Or some of the best last community. I think jank sums up my feelings on the episode really well. There are ways in which this feels kind of wheel spinney. But i think like jeff's ultimate reaction to all it feels like a jeff that has been through season one that i think your point brian. You were like this would be the time to like really like go after this guy and he like he does. He does take the high road he doesn't he doesn't do any like towards shenanigans allen and he just goes back to the group now i've got leverage. But will. He used that will he not who knows. That's like a six so it did feel like it was like it was like a recycled plot but like recycled in that sense of like is it now. It's something new environmentally friendly use of a very standard community story. I feel like i i really. The levers almost feels like a future thing where jeff we'll have to aside again is the old self and use his past issues get further orsi actually further his leading that all go away Be interested to see as a fallback later on totally art miami of beans times. Let's let's rank these characters. i'll go first Pierces a two totally whatever in this episode If shirley and britta of three. Which i could be convinced is either a little too high or a little too low but i think like they are just like totally dwarfed by everybody else in the episode abed. I gave a four just because like we've seen like peak abed staff before leaving metaphor though i feel like i could go like a smidge higher especially with like the end tag and also that he's the one who came up with the with everybody. Pretend like you're chloroform gag. Jeff would have been lower. I boosted him to a four because of the final scene. I thought was really really funny. And joel mchale just like going forward at the pop in laka thon chang really going for it at the pop and lock thon boost him to a four and a half just the ken. John physical comedy i thought was exceptional. And then it's very obvious. Perfect five for both. Join andy for all the reasons. That are obscenely obvious. Brian gives you. Miami is where we thinking all right so i. I gave jeffrey five. I was leaning towards the three. But because you know can show. His role came back to the crew at the end up to three point. Five not as funniest episode. But you know he was more of a central star. So i felt like it was least worthy of a three point. Five bread. I put a three. I couldn't have lower. She didn't really offer a whole lot this this week. In order for more standard episodes her shirley were really more the backup shirley i just gave it to is. He really wasn't Surely wasn't much about all. This appears i gave it to also. It's hard for meeting anything more than a two point. Five because the level of humor he delivers even here like healing jokes to begin with so i gave him a to Chang i agree. I get four. Probably couldn't even give it a little bit higher but you know he wins the contest. Word point out to four. That's a good point and it's all agree. Andy's a five. And i gave up a trail four also mainly because because anne was the one delivered the chloroform. She gets before. Yeah yet the low end. Obviously i also gave pierce until he. He wasn't funny. That assode likey usually is like two point. Five averaged which is what i gave shirley But like pearson gauges annoys me Surely two and a half. She didn't have a ton You know average episode. Do you know anything. That's upset me but she didn't have a lot there. A british gave us three. There was there was a reason why i thought she was like slightly funnier than shirley. But it's it's not coming to minded the moment And then chain a three and a half he's like a serviceable. I didn't do an average. He got above average from me hard for me to the defended. It's fine he he's fine I give jeff before we like to see some growth there About a four. And a half. Just because i felt like troy and annie earns the fives for that moment and was like a little hair away from being like super super funny so any. Obviously if any if like this is the episode that anne deserves. Fives five's across the board. Under present you love it very. We've had some quick the fluctuation i mean obviously but only do episode. We expect the leaderboard to move around bit freeze. Now number one with twenty six points. Ogden anne tied for second and third that trio killing it Then we got rid of jeff chain surely is after chiang quite the fall from From grace she's size last season en pierce..
"jeff growth" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive
"Out of your exercise after your fat adapted would it comes to over seventy percent. That's what we start to get into where it becomes much more difficult to perform well or as optimally as you can and of course yes. If you like somebody sent me something saying well. Look at sean baker. He's dead lifting five hundred pounds for nine reps and he's fifty years old. You know like. How do you explain. And i said okay again. This is why we have randomized controlled trials. Because i'm not saying that. He's not strong and i'm not saying that you can't get strong and then you can't do some heavyweights for higher reps. What the question you need to ask yourself is is he as strong as he possibly could have been if he was doing something different. Because just the sheer magnitude of resistance training consistently for a long period of time. You will get very strong. It doesn't matter what diet you're on. You will get strong or relatively strong for what you start at. So the question always has to be. Are we talking about. Can you do something or was this the best thing that you could possibly do because those are two different questions right. It's like people talking. About how much protein do i need. We only need about fifty grams a day if we're talking about preventing you from being a negative nitrogen balance but what's optimal for health or lean body mass and that's a very different question right so i i think that when i guess if i could employ the listeners just always remember that when you see something that you think contradicts are you that you think is it doesn't fit. What does the person say or are they talking about optimizing or are they talking about. Can you actually do this because if somebody says. We can't get strongly key to jake diet. I'd say unity it. Of course you can look at dog dog. I seen them dead the seven hundred pounds multiple times with carbohydrate intake right so it's obviously not true the other thing i always encourage people to think about on this front is the relative to what comparison which is a slight variation which you said so i know you had a great video out there which will link to on critiquing. The documentary game changers. Which unfortunately i just think was such a horrible horrible piece of propaganda and i say that not as someone who's against plant based diet. I think much like you. But someone who is very much against disgusting science. And i found that to be a demonstration of utter nonsense but when we wrote something about this one of the points we tried to make was one of the biggest challenges of studying nutrition in general is. What are you comparing it to. And if you compare diet x. To the standard american diet almost by definition diet is gonna look as ing because the standard american diet is such an awful diet and i thought it was such an insincere attempt to talk about a form of nutrition that obviously has many benefits. But when it's done in that way it's pretty bad and we probably won't have time to go into it today but you did is such a great job of going into some of the real challenges of that at a level that most people didn't like a lot of the criticisms of that movie are so obvious and easy but you actually went deep in them. So we'll make sure people go and look at that. I want to change gears for a second and come back to this. Cortisol thing. Because i think this is a very misunderstood hormone. And i know you've written about this. And i think it's worth getting the listener up to speed on cortisol. We tend to look at this very black and white. So let's give the extremes. So there's something called an added sony crisis right. Someone gets a bad infection. They have an injury to their adrenal gland. They can't make cortisol acutely. They're going to die their hands down going to die. The only way to rescue that patient is to give them massive doses of hydrocortisone hydrocortisone equivalent. And that very much speaks to the medical necessity of cortisol. Let's look at the other extreme Let's look at cushing's disease so you can have cushing's disease or cushing syndrome. Where either at terry gland or at the adrenal gland rampant amounts of cortisol and nobody would dispute the pathology of that state this is a person who develops basically a ball of fat on the back of their neck. That's basically the size of a basketball excessive fat accumulation all sorts of metabolic. Nobody would dispute that that. That is a problem. Fortunately very few people are in either of those states. so let's now talk about physiologic levels of cortisol and their impact on muscle protein synthesis. And something you said earlier. Which i found very interesting which was tolerating pain pain threshold training resilience and things like that. You can take that in any order you want. That's a lot so with the function of cortisol on its route which is a stress hormone right. So you're you're secreting hormones sa- cortisol in response to some kind of stressor again. So this is. This is a great example of acute versus chronic. Okay when it comes to somebody who's getting very low sleep over unhealthy lifestyle smoked. Whatever they're going to have high levels of cortisol and that can be brought about from the or very high levels of stress because now think about what stress used to me stress used to be. Oh crap there's a thing that's gonna kill me. I need to run. And so your body would produce cortisol for a myriad of reasons. Part of that was just a few mobilization response. It mobilizes glucose free fatty acids those sorts of things. It's just trying to get as much fuel in the bloodstream. As it can now it comes to cushions for example because my best guess is in. There may be studies on this. I haven't looked super in detail on it. My best guess is it's not necessarily that. You're accumulating fat your redistributing it right like it's going to weird places that's right. The legs become incredibly thin the abdomen and the upper back. Become incredibly full right. So you actually see this in like people who have live such so liposuction. If you if you so your adipose done just sit on nothing. It sits on extra cellular matrix. If you do liposuction. It destroys that matrix and so people go. Oh well you can't gain fat back. You can't get it back there but you start if you regain it. You are gaining it in very odd places and so what. You're looking at a redistribution. Because cortisol going back to cortisol if you have high cortisol because you're stressed constantly and your your body is still operating on jeans from you know a million years ago. That's telling you we're stressed. Must be something coming to kill us. So we're going to liberate a bunch of energy into the bloodstream. Within it's still got if you're not gonna use it if it doesn't get used it's got to be put back somewhere right and so now you can have. It started to be deposited in strange places possibly now when it comes to exercise specifically. It's a stressor. Exercises is a stressor makes sense. That would increase your cortisol but people have kind of taken the say well. We need to limit cortisol as much as possible. So i remember there used to be the ultimate for this. Don't train more than an hour. Because at that point cortisol starts to go up starts spike. There used to be kind of that. I missed that entire memo and school of thought fortunately so interestingly reference to phillips a few times now he did the study. I wanna say ten years ago and looked at different hormones and how they associated with actual hypertrophy so he looked at so the post exercise increases in systemic hormone so he looked at testosterone. I jeff growth hormone cortisol. And i think that was it. Guess which hormone was most closely florida song. Purchase cortisol hansen. I'm familiar with the paper. But yes the interpretation is again. Is it that cortisol is producing hypertrophy or is it..
"jeff growth" Discussed on Podker
"Poker tables won't screening those bag orders right one. And then i went from there to multi cabling sitting goes actually. I did like five dollars. Shipping goes a it up played. Four tables at once made want all the money. I lost back wendy. You stop playing like no limit holdem cash games or does that. Come a lot lighter. Well i played mel heads up games. Something like nine months. I think something like that. A little bit more i played. I won't like a few hundred dollars in day. I thought A lot of money in this to fifty cent bellucci. At from there i really like rock interrupt. Stakes wound up very fast from from the heads up stakes. So because we got a lotta beginning. Apply is on the podcast. If you would give some really strong boss is sort of stopped that you'd recommend to elect a beginning. I'm on sorta starting at who enjoys park. Collect what do you think they should do. The first the very first things. No the pre flop charts ron's that's like the biggest and easiest thing fix your literally. Just play those hands Like there's solid chance if it's so strange to me how like no one plays the right up strategies that lower stakes in soft games. It's just like you don't need to take the game that seriously like do that right. And if you're a decent understanding how much each hand is worse. I mean you're you're a like a solid start for leaning a lot of discipline That's kind of key. Yeah you can do all those things illegal decent decent and be like lower stakes basically adding some like you know some good bluffing kind of you're basically they're signed up at the preflight pants is a very sound building block. And then usually those prepo pains going to be harder than what mars regular applies. Think they gonna be and that should give you the opportunity to blocks you know. Because of those taught ranges you'll nail be inevitably having. It doesn't bluffing easier. I will say that it makes everything easier. I wouldn't say it's sorry. Cotton draw though especially if you play games because often you can be very deep stacked but i. I do agree that it's a very good place to start. You know what. I find interesting looking through your career. You don't play many tournaments or you'd certainly didn't write bailey hardly at all but then you sort of next thing you know. We're saying you all youtube. And they superheroes. he's what happened there. What what's that labatt. I think i played a lot more. When short dick came around because the short-term for quite good there were also at new or is it felt that danila games were somewhat saturated nearly known high stakes ones were somewhat saturated for me to think that i am competitive against top. No limit tournament players who knows. Icm shit very much. They just studied that one guy on loop it's really tough to bake 'cause you just spam one game he played. These huge are always. There's a lot of money being thrown around. There's gotta be some pretty crazy characters right. Have no idea that these are things. You're not going to be at a tokyo battle. Whatever base but for you like. What's the craziest thing that you've done on one of these trips lack maybe like assad bed or some crazy story so one of the things that happened was i was in montreal. We're betting about one of them. That comes up is it's really fucking cold outside and the question is how much would certain player jeff growth in this case have to get paid to stand out in the cold wearing like just a t shirt and jay was. We ended up agreeing on thousand dollars minute. And i'm thinking to myself if i was getting paid a thousand dollars..
"jeff growth" Discussed on The Big Picture
"All right I know but why should be John Williams then could be could be a danger of some of some sort. Okay it'd be like Emperor Pal Patine eighteen and we back from the Dell. Now I have to say I really enjoyed the work of John Williams and the rise of skywalker. It's the only thing I liked. He and also that low guy who yells Babu free. Yeah he's Yes we're welcoming with joker and I think that's correct okay. Original Song Amandus Fair category. Just delete the category. This is a tire fire of nominees. I know we don't need it. There are some good songs is going to perform five of these. And I really I know. I know she'll just do the bond preview It's it's been speculated that she will be performing the in Memoriam Tribute I. I read someone and said that she would be singing the Beatles yesterday during the in Memoriam tribute. Oh okay which I'm not a fan of yesterday but It's okay excuse me it's fine I. Why are you doing this to me? Like I'm stupid stupid. Why do you feel that way you or even a Paul purse and the Beatles is one of the things that you and I share and agree on and yesterday is excellent and like why do you have have to be this over thinking like you know antagonised person are you doing? I'm upset with you and now we have to talk about the freaking original song on nominees. it's just it's Lesser Beatles as my take on on yesterday original sensors take up. I'm very sorry to both of you. Guys but facts are facts. It's nothing against the Beatles. Paul or the great American songbook. I was going to try to help you through your lingering illness and and bring the energy and pick up on the announcing when in your voice goes out and now I'm reconsidering you weren't GonNa do that so don't pretend to the audience like you were some white night all right. Any opportunity to put me under. The bus is being taken original final song. I can't let you throw yourself away toy story. Four I'm GonNa love me again from rocket men. I'm standing with you from breakthrough song. I've never heard into the unknown from frozen into an stand up from Harriet. I want without John. I did as well. I'm GonNa love me again and John and Bernie Taupin and I love Elton. John I'm I'm looking forward to him. Having an Oscar is this the three hundred and sixty eighth best. Elton John and Bernie Taupin Song. Yes I don't remember it so it's not memorable. I've heard it once. Can we just into the unknown. Just gets worse with age and now that I've been listening to it but just my memory of it. I like it okay I moving on. Let's let's just keep going. I think it's not bad. I think it might be the best song of this bunch I I can't let yourself away but I like the other song from toy story four. Okay the one that. WHO's the country singer who sings it? Chris can you help me out here bobby. Any idea I was alone some cowboy. What's that song called Cowboy and the hell goes Chris Stapleton Stapleton very talented singer Songwriter? Who Sings Randy Newman's lyrics for? I was lonesome cowboy but I can't let you throw yourself away which is sort of the forty anthem. Okay for he is the Discarded four who is transformed into a toy in the choice reform which is a very normal movie. Enormous stuff Is nominated here instead. which is a shame? Should I open every show with ours alone. Some cowboy would work. It's really testing the vocal chords here. I yeah playing with fire. We're welcome with I'M GONNA I'm GonNa love me again. This category sucks and they need to completely rebrand. And that's probably something we should have addressed in the last podcast cast. Nevertheless we're going forward. Best film editing intriguing category This is this is the real walks out there. I think this one. Yeah so so. The nominees are four versus Ferrari. Michael mccusker Andrew Buckland the Irishman. Thelma schoon marker Joe Joe Rabbit Tom. Eagles joker jeff growth and parasite Jinmen. Would you go with. I went with parasite I won't with Ford Versus Ferrari but I think you made a good choice. I base it on the fact the parasite did win at the Eddie Awards. It's a and as the Joe as did sure but I'm ignoring that in order to make my argument demand and I do also think I mean man that movie. Just there isn't a wasted second there isn't I think it's it's hard to know of. This is a degree of difficulty category or not sometimes it's recognition. It is and sometimes it's about a kind of smoothness in the film parasite. The site is a freshly mopped floor. You know it is. It is clean for versus Ferrari is really noisy all over the place and messy but it's also it's pretty sleek in its unto itself for versus for. I feels like more of a fee to me but I could be wrong about that I that I I'm this. I am not on an expert at all in fact I think if you want to learn more about this I would encourage you to go back. Listen to them so that we do with Barry in Lebron's last year who headed a black clansman whose spike Lee's editor and helped us understand. I think one editor really does in the room and how they shape a movie four versus Roy feels it kind of movie that had so much raw material to work with to put it together parasite as I've talked about a lot. This week is meticulously designed and organized. And so the way that it's cut its sort of pre cut not quite in the same where the nine hundred seventeen is what you know what I'm saying. Yeah I do but I do also think that that Kinda understates the way that it is fit together because it does turn on a dime and like seconds matter in that. Yes unlike the Irishman which I mean it's in days matter and you know it's almost like literally one of the most editors in movie history and she has gotten a lot of mud slung in her direction during this Oscar season shamefully. But I don't I think that there's any chance that she has a chance here. Joker Joe Joe again. Who knows like this is the same sort of category? Where if a film like that wins? All bets are off I think in all the categories If if Jeff Growth Wins for best editing here for joker we might be headed down a weird path. I actually like when that happens. Joker stuff aside when you get a surprise like that and you're like Oh does this Komo tip the scales in one direction or another Ford. It'll be such a more fun Sunday night for all of us. I think if something like this started to happen similar thing here this is not a not a category. You want to place place bets on I would say agree cinematography. This'll be the last four. We take a break. Perhaps them the easiest to predict yes. I think this is the biggest favorite of the night. The nominees minis are the Irishman Rodrigo. Prieto Joker Lawrence Scher the lighthouse yard blackie nine hundred seventeen Roger Deakins and what time in Hollywood Robert. Richardson shout out. My brother and the dark skies APP. Roger Deakins yes it is. Roger de Kency will win his Second Academy Award Richly deserved. And then we'll probably just keep talking nineteen seventeen for the rest of the night but maybe not maybe maybe this is the last awarded gets I sure. Yeah okay a very strong piece before we go to a break. Please stick around. We'll be right back. After.
"jeff growth" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast
"To be interviewing Joe Maker who describes himself as a former scientist so here's a PhD and he'll Hilla he'll tell us about what it was now now working in high end audio he transitioned from researcher to academic administrator to Mba a students to business owner and in his words. Perhaps the journey is not yet over. Let's see what he has to say. Hi David yeah you've kind of summarized what my journey has been so far. I briefly I grew up in England did the my undergraduates at Cambridge with natural sciences. I started off doing mathematics and physics and ended up being gay sailor molecular zoologist holiest yep and came to Montreal for the first time and at the NBA in Heidelberg did some research they're on viruses unauthoritised in Montreal went back to Cambridge to do a PhD on a nuclear localization signals in which the how proteins get into the cell nucleus and we had a pretty pioneering lab there and yes and then I came back to Montreal because I I love the play so much did some more authorities research as a post doc at the shriners hospital and then rarely found my coaling in neuroscience Ryan set the A. M. Nine which is where we met on so I did a postdoctoral with Phil Baka on the factor and that that segues into a job in industry where I was researching anti pain molecules and antagonist to N. Jeff Growth Factor company was shut down by the venture capitalists even though it was doing very well well and I eventually went into I guess academic administration where I became the first program administrator of what is now the McGill graduate program in your science the Ip an integrated program in your sights Yup so eventually that ended a nice state is negative administrator down now transitioning from science to being the interim assistant director of the MBA program at Concordia and at that point I realized hey this is a great program and I need to be more savvy about the business world and so I went from being assistant director of the program to being one of the students so I finished my MBA twenty two years after my PhD just last year and in between that time a hobby of mine became I guess now my primary career in a knife now work quick in making computers a high end audio okay so put that really very well but that's approximately the the journey and we took about how these things came about. I guess at some point what's your company called. It's called Betas audio and it was a company that was founded in Montana and I took over the company. I guess a year before my. Mba ended while I'm doing my MBA yeah. I'm very good temps with the former owner who still kinda helping out he keeps. It's coming out of retirement like a like a boxer all right. That's a very very interesting path you have. They're very you know. I'm sure that if you go twenty years back you could you could totally not predict all of the turns that happened in the doors that open to get you here exactly yeah there's lots of people and stories behind every transition and I actually missed missed out a couple of is in the story but yet that there are people of course and I had no clue that I would be ending up in fact you know. I as somebody said I'd be a business person. I would think so. I'm I'M GONNA. I'm GonNa ask you some questions about the beginning of this of this path because one of the one of the questions in one one of the the themes that I want to cover in in in this podcast is helping people who are right now transitioning either finishing a the masters repeats the and or having just finished ended now feel that they're going to transition to something else so and because we all know you know. I know that you know. These are very very large. Undertakings obesity especially even the masters and they have challenges at times and and you may feel lost so the first question I would like to ask and and I know it's it's far like you said twenty two years twenty two years before your NBA rights so I'd like to know a little bit about the end of your graduate. Studies was was it easy to find the motivation to complete them. I would say it was not easy to find the motivation to complete them in but as so often happens in life it was something I was compelled to do. I had to this was in England with PhD's the very short of duration three years and the first year and a half yielded nothing so I had a year and a half to get all all my research done and produce a thesis so the what happened was I had already started kid working as a post doc in the same building in the different departments that investigate Cambridge and parts of my condition of employment employment was that I get my thesis finished Asap so yeah that's so it was an incredibly hard time because the funding had run out. I had to work and you're right up my phd at the at the same time as well as you know. Try tried to look after myself a little bit and do everything else that was supposed to be doing to look after yes so yeah it was was very it was it was difficult. I didn't want to work as hard as I did but I had to and I found the energy somehow so I imagine a lot of for listeners go through the same issue. I certainly can totally identify with what with what you're describing. What attitudes would you say accompanied. You engaged you to finish and then to bring you to where you today. What would be a guiding principle. You could share with talk you know. I think that a couple of things right one is I think as as graduate students people get quite good at this is submitting submitting to the fact that something has to be done that you're you're just. GonNa have to get down to work and get through things resilience. You'd say yeah it's it's resilience but also not resenting resenting that this has to be down or even if you are representing just accepting that that some things that sometimes you have to be a above and beyond you know when there's no help available when you know you're in a lab and there are the lucky people there was a hard working people and their the hardworking lucky people in the people who you know are just working out but they don't get anywhere. Iwo and to extend your lucky is created by Youtube so there's the resilience and then there's also something else that I I think has helped at every turn but is also still a curse right which is coming back from back to that period finishing your graduate studies I think a lot of students tend to feel this constant feeling of guilt if you're not working working. I should be working so you know whether it's a weekend late at night. There was this always this feeling go. I must be working. I must be working must be working and in some ways that helped a lot because I transitioned into a person person who's very dedicated to they work but at the same time I think it blurs the distinction between where you end a new job stops and so you become your job which which is great at first but it can take a big tall on one's health to to have that kind of attitude not to mention you know relationships in and so on so you know with all things is positive and negative unusual gutted navigate am best use the positives and not go into the negative side but finding that balance is very difficult so it's very very interesting what you're saying so let me ask a question based on that for the sake of the people who are listening who are now finishing and maybe struggling. Would you say that now all these years after Do you still carry the the bed with you or have you now sublime. D- All of its in in are just using the good I would safe to be completely honest. That's a carrying the bed with me but the differences that's as I get older and I should have been able to to do this along lot longer ago. I'm more able to recognize the bad and do something about it slowly but yes said you know it is something that stays with you unless you're very aware of it. I took my time to become aware Arab and that's why I think podcasts like yours. help you know in new four warning people to really put. I guess put the health I surfaced about all and I know it's Cliche but we hear it for sure. Fisher and what I'm hearing is and tell me if I'm wrong tried to try and be able to separate emotion in those moments from from the objectives electives and and and and move on step by step and years after you're you're you're gonNA keep from from that experience a finishing such a hard project. which is you know? which is the case in these types of studies? You're going to keep some Uh Knowledge some tools that you can then use to be a better professional etc.. It's at my hearing rights yeah. I ah I guess that's a good summary of it I would I mean to say is that everybody has different objectives. You'll supervise has has different objectives to what your objectives are. We should always think about our own objectives. keep those in mind do not ignore other people's objectives but be able to see where the common ground is and use that right as the look at where your objectives on the the professes match look at what your life objectives are follow that my warning. I guess is to say that don't let somebody else's objectives become your sole purpose of is being which had late stage graduate studies you know it can be that or during the graduate studies when you've papers to rights and a thesis to submit whereas doing work in in in getting your professor publications is an important thing. That's where your objectives are are aligned but you've got to keep moving forward. Not just allowing others to move full did not yourself all right the A it's in for sure this this. This is one of the questions that that is going to be discuss a lot in this podcast because because I feel that it you can easily when you get. It's like Frodo in in the in the mountain of doom. It's a especially the last few miles are a very hard track for for a lot of people again like you said they're the lucky ones like seven and we it's hard sometimes to compare yourself with someone in the bench beside you that's just publishing shing left and right but but it's a it's a it's a path that that you need to walk and that you end up up winning the thing that I feel especially looking at you in a at what you've achieved since is that a the results the suffering that you that you feel at the time especially at most more more at the end when he needs to this pressure to finish because the funding over et Cetera. It feels like it's unsurmountable but then it's over one day because that's how that's that's what happens you you publish. Whatever you have you you defend that. It's over and then you can you can take a lot of good things from from the experience you had and and and it'll follow your what you learn will follow you throughout your life. the skills that you may be do not suspect that you gain through through throughout that ordeal. Let's say absolutely there's a lot style. that this this a ton of stuff that you ULA Newlyn like you said resilience right you learn to think under pressure you lend to problem solve you network and you make friends the but will be your friends but could also.
"jeff growth" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive
"But what you can certainly say is when they started. They had no signs of calcification of Carney artery, those people in. That's the at the end of the five years who getting five hours of sleep all less had a two to three hundred percent increase risk of calcification of the coronary artery, which is the main corridor of life feel hot. If you have a massive coronary, essentially when you hear that colloquially. That's essentially what's happening the so that you could have. Have that calcium build up on the basis of being book, it'd into insufficient sleep that tells me that it's not that when you are insufficiently slept? You also awesome one Hugh has Counci fide authories. It is saying that if you are insufficiently sleeping, you are increasing your risk for developing that condition. This is about the development hard to control that for some obvious things that would track with that for example, shift workers or people of lower socioeconomic status who are working three jobs and all the other things can work. Exclusion, though, some great exclusion criteria in that city where they prevent those participants from entering the city. They also then added in of the factors that you could imagine would lead to that. So they controlled for those things like excise BMI next conference smoking. They even include history of snoring. So they tried to take sleep apnea out of the equation and still that relative risk was significantly lodger. What do you think is the mechanism? I think the mechanism is probably several fold. I think the first thing that we see when we under sleep people is that they become much more sympathetically nervous system driven. Now that to some people may sound, oh that sounds like a good thing. No, you have two branches of your automating of assist. I swear for a moment. I thought you would say good knowing that the listener would understand that they're sympathetic embarrassed pathetic. But thinking you were you were going to make a comment about being more high strung is better because but no you actually were making Joe. Oh, I love your so. Well, tuned to this. I think that's the beauty Mike USO low. I'm such a simpleton that I can always revert to the naive state, and I don't have to make some that's the beauty of my idiocy, but sympathetic nervous system being sort of cranked on. Your sympa nervous system is not a good thing. You're sympathetic nervous system. Essentially is your fight or flight branch of the nervous system. And what we find is that as soon as you start to undislosed an individual that fight or flight branch of the nervous system starts to ratchet up when that increases you start to see paps. The reason why it increases is that you get a greater amount of adrenaline release. You get a high spiking in levels of cortisol you get a blunting in growth hormone. And I think probably just the cortisol and the growth hormone alone may set you on a path towards cardiovascular disease, because we know. No that those two factors that lead into that sort of some of that throat sclerotic and brings it back to Alzheimer's disease. Which is even if you just look at the epidemiologic data the signals quite large on the benefits of Jeff growth hormone more than any other disease in protection from nerdy generation. So that may be even in addition to everything you talked about with respect to clearance. You're simply taking away neurotrophic factors. Credit are essential that some data. An.
"jeff growth" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show
"Pbs jeff growth yes says you're doing really well he says you just went to the favorite there was a point in the mail where he quite some time without saying yes until then you are one of your friends got me telling us cumin him up to talk to the more you know my chances go up but you didn't say the beginning you can't not talk meal that can't be how you get through so he slips can't be like that titanic can't sour your vocal chords yesterday he slipped i and i've never seen a human being jump up from a dining table books looked it up once or twice well needed it twice it let's go to destroy your on logically get at to the first time i didn't jump off that because it wasn't victory at i still had one more time so then it was one zero he still had to go the enemy ilbo now we're way over half way and towards the end of the meal some other story and some of the conversation yeah again and then i saw and then i jumped like is like he was taser near the ass yeah that's how high he john lewis in the two hundred it was the victory ono do ironically wanted to get your money because i could not have been more confident two hundred ninety nine than the one point four million i needed to aid shit that's what needed to happen it was a beautiful oh it was it was and i couldn't do anything but laugh i just laugh at un controlled believe how stupid i worked for taking this bet like halls of the same way you said kevin do you really think i would have succumb to not being able to pull this trick ah and set myself up for that correct i should have known the mommy took the to 100 all the bills you pocket put them on the table i should just hand you two hundred all no because it's your if i don't need to be an asshole you're the winning control of your by the way.
"jeff growth" Discussed on Motorsports Monday
"Try to look at it didn't like you're going to be the best actually bump left corner so and home we're really looking and jeff growth whatever you know this problems it it it it it oughta for that and after that that's no good about it because i felt like we return we get respectively to the up front will have a well for carson we're going to okay okay well to gift leading with twenty thirty girl was pretty much credit appeared to take every last so it really been and that's just you know felt just trying to stay calm likely somehow accommodate radio not when i was but oh you know this is what how we had a lot of the chatter down the stretch about could you guys make it on fuel or not how close were yeah if they win a winning green it was probably going to tell we got a couple of carson pretty quickly so we could get got to keep saving so we were good we're pretty caught welker from the second talking about and you know you've been working with a very limited amount of time just give us a brief summary of the experience and eggs ackley how you got into that a jail mundane your spotting position well i i start spine for scott speed three years ago gets missed and him in a jet also really different so when they're doing then but it's all we played golf a lot and it's really geico it can't and i get the move this is not fix week little so you know so knowing so you know i got a call throughout the and it's kind of a trial finger the they're going to work or not and the first week all right and we got so much to their thought up with finish last night well you know.