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"jillian" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

04:41 min | Last month

"jillian" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"You've got to nail down the beats for the format of the show and they wouldn't listen their executive producers. They've made a million shows. This one's the head of the network. They know best. And of course, the show tanked for all the reasons I said it would. And I didn't work with them again because it's bad blood, right? Nobody wants to repeat a failure. But I wonder had I been more difficult? Had I been more forceful, had I been able to actually fix the show and the show works? It doesn't really matter if they like me or not because the show works, so you're gonna keep working together. If that makes any sense. It makes a lot of sense because fire nation at the end of the day, Jillian had the experience. She knew what needed to be done. She's not always going to be right. She's not always going to be wrong, but you need to be working in an environment where you feel right causes our intuition says, you know what? This feels good, because guess what? Things are not going to work out when your intuition feels good about it, but you're going to then not work out in something that you actually feel good about. And that's not so bad of a thing. Amongst many, many things Jillian that I admire about you, you've consistently evolved over the years. I mean, an example would be backing your DVD workouts. Obviously, I don't even know when the last time I saw a DVD player is, but you transitioned way early, cutting edge to the digital app. I mean, you started a podcast, which of course I love because you know I was one of those very early trenders with podcasting as well. And you were able to build a huge audience with a huge voice through that. How did you know that evolving was so important? These different stages in your life. It's human nature, right? It's the way literally that, that life works on this planet. It's like evolve or die. And businesses the exact same. What I will say, someone said this to me recently, so I'm not quite sure how accurate it is, but she said, you know, the industrial revolution happened over a hundred plus years. The tech revolution happened over ten. So so many of us are not really being given a standard amount of time to adapt grow and evolve, right? Businesses are falling apart underneath our feet publishing disaster. I mean, self magazine gone. Just wiped off the face of the planet. This magazine cosmos and Trump, they're all in trouble. They're all going away entire industries. Nobody watches cable TV anymore. Nobody. They might still watch the same content, but now they're streaming it on things like Hulu or Netflix, Amazon. So it's happening so fast that if you are not looking a hundred miles into so far into the future, you will get left behind.

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"jillian" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

03:19 min | Last month

"jillian" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"And it's like one of the biggest mistakes in my career because it cost me, even though I talked about it and written about it, and the product was everything I said, it didn't matter. It was just a frigging disaster. It was a branding nightmare for me. Huge mistake. And there are so many of those shows that didn't get picked up. She's bad legal advice. I could go on for days. And you're right, the goal is to learn from it and re approach the next challenge more intelligently. So I love that because there's so much to learn from that specifically, but what would you have done differently? Looking back, what would you have done differently? Maybe not even that specific scenario of the supplement line, but just overall, like in all those mistakes, what should have been the process? Oh my God. The truth of the matter is that we really did do everything right. They just didn't care. So they were such a huge, massive, multi-billion dollar corporation that I had the approvals in my contract. They just didn't care. And they were like, go ahead, sue us. And so the lesson there that I learned in business and this is really sad, but this is the reality of life is that business is modern day warfare in my opinion. And is jaded as that sounds as cynical as it may sound. I go into every opportunity looking at where I'm going to get screwed over. And I play it out like a game of chess. I'm like, okay? There's a perfect example. There's a company with a fitness app and it's a tech company. They have a ton of money, right? Ton of money to market the company. They came to us and they said, look, we really want Jillian to be a part of our project. We'll give you guys 10% of the company, me and my business partner. And I looked at it every which way, and I said to my business partner, I was like, here's the thing.

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"jillian" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

04:28 min | 2 months ago

"jillian" Discussed on The One You Feed

"A little bit about that. So if you believe that the person that you're in a relationship with, whether it's a friendship, whether it's a significant other, whether it's family, if you actually truly believe that that person's intention is to hurt you and to harm you, then that's not someone you should be in relationship with anymore. So if you can say, okay, I'm hurt. I don't like the behavior. I don't even particularly like you write this moment. But if you can say to yourself, but I know that that's not what they meant to do. And so sometimes we'll get stuck in our heads. We'll create a story and we'll get so angry with someone. And that's when we have to stop and ask ourselves like, we have, do you think that that was their intention was to do this to you right now? That doesn't mean that you don't talk to them about it. It doesn't mean that you don't call them out on it. It doesn't mean that you tolerate behavior. But it's so important to, if you're going to be constantly seeing a monster in your partner, what you're going to be constantly getting is a monster. I certainly think it's the place to start, right? I love the phrase assume positive intent. Assume that. Now, again, you may need to update your assumption. That may not be what it is, and then you need to update it. But it's a good place to start, because if you always assume negative intent, and we all know people who do, they interpret every action through negative intention. It's a bitter place to live from. It is just a defensiveness. And it's back to that camera idea, right? I find that the place that I've gone wrong in relationships and I see people do so often is we think we know why somebody did something. And if you know somebody long enough and you've talked to them enough, maybe you know. But the why is very much an interpretation, you know? Absolutely. I find that just really gets us into trouble. It's a whole lot better as you were just saying. Here's the behavior I saw. Here's how it made me feel in the behavior was a factual thing. My feelings are real, they're mine. Now what you meant or what you were trying to do, I actually need to get that info from you. Yes. Well said. Well, Jillian, thank you so much for coming on the show. It's such a pleasure. Your podcast again, which is just released and has so much great information is called Gillian on love and listeners can find it anywhere they get their podcasts. You and I are going to continue in the post show conversation and I want to talk a little bit about healing heartbreak because you do a lot of work in that area too and there's assuredly some heartbroken people listening right now. So we'll do that. Listen, if you'd like access to that post show conversation and all kinds of other good things you get from being part of our community, check it out at one you feed dot net slash join. Again, thank you

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"jillian" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

06:31 min | 11 months ago

"jillian" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"Why do I give a shit? Why am I asking this question in the first place? How is my life going to improve? What matters to me? Is it worth feeling more comfortable when I'm having sex with my boyfriend, the girlfriend or husband or wife in the bedroom than the pizza? Or is there something that is, right? And outlining those things in detail, marinating on them, meditating on them, forming emotional connections to them is going to help you with the motivation to take that first step. You're listening to inside mental health, a psych central podcast, where experts share experiences and the latest thinking on mental health and psychology. Here's your host, Gabe Howard welcome everyone, I'm your host Gabe Howard and quickly I wanna shout out our sponsor better help. You can grab a week free by visiting better help dot com slash psych central calling into our show today. We have world renowned personal trainer businesswoman author and television personality Jillian Michaels. She's a health and wellness expert and the creator of the fitness app by Gillian Michaels. Miss Michaels, welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me. Now, you are one of the most famous personal trainers that I can think of. And now this is a mental health show, so a reasonable listener is going to think, all right, Gabe is just a huge fan and he wants to interview Gillian Michaels because she is so awesome, but an actuality that has nothing to do with mental health. Now, I want to assure my listeners that they're only half right. I am excited to talk to you, but diet and exercise has so much to do with our mental health. Of course, in so many different levels, right? First you have biochemistry of healthy food and regular physical activity. I mean, that's not a secret. But I also think that the psychological ramifications are significant because when we feel strong physically, it really transcends into every facet of our lives. We feel more resilient in our relationships at our job. We feel more empowered to deal with failure or to face fears because maybe you've been challenged physically in your workouts or in these physical activities you've been engaging in, maybe you accomplished something in the gym that you didn't ever think was possible. Maybe you did your first push up on your hands and feet or your first pull up without assistance or you ran your first mile or whatever physical feed you didn't think possible. And you ended up achieving opens up an infinity of possibility in every area of your life, because it's kind of broken that story of who you think you are and what you think you deserve or what you think you're capable of. And in addition, your health really is your number one wealth. It's the platform that you build your entire life on top of. And when that's solid, it gives you a really solid foundation to continue building every other facet of your life. I think about my own personal life. I live with bipolar disorder. I have anxiety I have mental illness. It's difficult to manage that mental illness, but now I'm also a middle aged. I don't know how it happened. I'm gonna turn 45 soon and now I'm starting to get physical issues. I used to have excellent physical health and poor mental health. We all go through this as we age. And that has to impact our mental health. What is that like as we get older? Because I watched one of your workout videos and I was exhausted. I was absolutely exhausted. I'm like, I can never ever do that. Okay, well, hold on. First of all, it is about meeting people where they're at, right? So if somebody can just walk, there are just walking programs in the app. If somebody is an advanced athlete, there are mid training and plyometrics and strength all kinds of crazy stuff and all kinds of beginner stuff. Because like everything in life, there's a spectrum of where people begin and advance on their journey with anything in fitness in particular. So don't be intimidated. If you're starting out by walking around the block with your dog, and the second piece of this is that a lot of people think that aging is this foregone conclusion and it's this slow descent into decrepitude. But that isn't the case. You know, you talk to people who are like, oh, you know, my knee, I'm just old now. It's like, well, no, you were a college athlete who put tons of wear and tear on your joints. And your recovery wasn't managed right. Your nutrition probably wasn't managed right. There were a host of things that weren't managed right, but it's never too late. You can take control over any aspect of your health at any point. And I think it's really important that people know that. I really like what you said there about how you can take over any aspect of your health at any point. Because as a mental health advocate, I've been saying that exact same thing literally for years. I was like, listen, it doesn't matter how long this has been going on. We're looking through the future. We're not looking to the past. And yet, even though I believe that with every fiber of my being, the minute somebody says that about physical health, I'm like, well, I'm old. I believe the word you used was decrepitude. I consider myself a very reasonable person, but yet I'm just like, I don't know, maybe my time has passed. I wasn't into exercise when I was young, and now I'm legitimately going to say it. Now I'm old. Now I'm old so I can't do it. Oh God, that's ridiculous. First of all, you're not old. And second of all, the proof is in the pudding. It's like saying that the earth is flat. It's not. The earth is round. We've proved it. It's been evident by myself and scientists and doctors far more educated than me that individuals at any age can reclaim their health. I mean, there are people in their 80s that have climbed Everest and run marathons. You're like, well, they're outliers. And it's like, no, they didn't start jogging until they were in their 70s. You know, personally, individuals that I worked with on the biggest loser, I had 66 year old winners, 70 year old winners, women in menopause and it wasn't like, oh, I was just the elimination game. No. The at home winners that got eliminated could be 66 could be 58. And nevertheless, even if they didn't win the show, you would see people in their 70s that were contestants come back and look great. It's irrefutable that if you take.

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"jillian" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"jillian" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Were you know chatting with them as much as you chatting with other populations But i do urge everybody to ask questions get ally right you want to be an ally house can be alex up really understanding what they're what they're dealing with and what other people's experiences are and i'm truly curious i mean i really want to know so it's being an allied. It's being curious it's being understand. It's understanding the world around us. You know let me mention my daughter. And i read a book. That's coming out right around now. All right gary. It might even be available for links called. It doesn't have to be awkward and we designed it. Yeah we designed these kinds of topics. my excellent writer and did a great job with us and she's way more woke than i am. Which is why. I needed somebody like her in with me. I'm still you know burdened by my own upbringing and place in history and whatnot. And i'm i'm well aware of it and i want to do better And and we need new language by the way for that we use an amateur language. It's just it's just a fact and we all it's our job to like pay pay pay attention or asking and it's called. Doesn't it be awkward. But we really designed it for like fifteen to nineteen year olds and their parents to talk. Be able to talk about these issues. The landscape for these issues a way to talk about. And as i'm thinking about talking to kaitlin you know i would apply those principles and talking to her just like. How can it be an ally. i understand better. How can i be less restricted by my own experience in my own upbringing and place history. And you know all that. That's that's you know. I i feel about this. We're getting did not expect. But but but. But i i I've said this many times on the show. But frederick douglass really really made the scales fall from my eyes reading his words a those. You know you must know. He's a great american from the post pre and post civil war era yes An african american former slave really an order like crazy as orations their poetry their biblical. They're unbelievable and it made the scales off my is seeing his perspective and and he used the word white white supremacy us that were really as essentially describing what we're talking about which is not seeing other people's point of view and i'm happy to use that term unfortunately people bristle at that term because they amine skinheads and means all kinds of crazy things as are either. We need to get over that language. That's addresses what it is. We're talking about the optics on how we view the population at large really all. It is pay attention. it's all yours and care. you gotta care. Maybe we could do better on that. Yes yes and. I hope that on cheating when love lies people come away thinking that they've learned something. They've been helped. They feel less guilt and shame. Because you realize you're not alone. Oh you know what. I kind of felt that way about this guy at my office or i had an emotional fair and i'm not the only one or you know i'm thinking about having an affair and i don't know what to do. What will the repercussions you hear these stories from people who share what happened to them. And you're right oftentimes it. It doesn't end so well and jillian would argue that. What you're doing is a public health. thank you a message and let me explain why and we should have done this. During covert and the fact that we didn't is absolutely breathtaking to me. Which is that people. Learn from narratives about relatable people like they're like me yes and and the consequences of their choices. When i go to medical went to medical school we learn from cases. It's experiential learning humans learn efficiently from cases number one and number. Two people don't adjust their behavior with information. We can learn all. We learned this during the hiv and aids epidemic. We've had everybody just juiced up on the information and they still didn't change their behavior until we did. What you're doing. We love line. was that we. We listened a little houses. And you're doing the same thing. And it's a topic that i think is is extremely relevant for now and please do explore the repercussions of their choices throughout their family systems and whoever else are affected by their choices because that will then help the people that are listening to accommodate their own decision making and to be in a better position to make healthy choices one way or the other. It's up to them as you were saying at the beginning you do. I have listener call ins and stuff as we progress. I do know the ending to some of these stories. I started with remember. I started this a year ago so now people are having affairs or involved in affairs. Now it's a year later. So i do know what happened. And in most cases it doesn't end so well and so doesn't always not always but more often than not there is some sort of you know negative consequences whether it's for the couple or for the children or the family or for yes that's right and let people draw draw from those stories Information that they can adapt to their own decision making and and make their own choices. But but i trust me It has a dramatic effect on people's behavior Which is what from public. Halston wanted to again. Why we didn't do this. Cova just fucking blows my. But i did. I started in kobe. And i just didn't get on the air until now. No one i mean we. We didn't we should be telling stories. Yes about people who didn't get a vaccine and just just not. Oh my god. they're terrible. It's like hey what happened. You take the vaccine choice and you didn't take it. Oh my god and you didn't end up but got your husband up in the. Icu doesn't seem like such good choice was that's it. Don't pass judgement. And then people will draw their own conclusion. Yes oh you do it. In some of my stories there some times there are favorable endings away from this woman. She was a horrible wretched narcissist. Hate her got away from her. Now i'm happy. And i have a new wife and children with somebody else. Those stories exist as well. But you're totally right. I am because. I'm not like you an expert or a psychologist. I just want to hear the story not judge. Do not give you advice. We're just going to have a conversation about what happened to you. I think it's great. And i thank you for doing it and i'm sure it will. There's endless material. There is the is the source of most dramas these kinds of relationships for drama. You know the core issue in just about every drama. You can ever watch so again. It is jillian hamilton j. i l. l. a. n. hamilton dot online cheating when love lies villa. Podcast one anywhere else..

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"jillian" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"jillian" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Better. Help counselor well. I talked to him as he gets older. Because all my patients and friends struggle with the fact that there is the the openness they gay community in terms of their sexuality Makes it more difficult. They will tell you to have a sustained monogamous intimate relationship. Stand in front of the any bookstore on the section on a gay relationships in all all you will see how to have a monogamous partner. How have an intimate partner how to have relationship because it is a specifically challenging topic for for the community. Not that people don't do it. They do it all the time. And i think. I've seen gay marriage to have contributed in a positive way to that because when somebody makes a commitment they commitment even though there's there's a slight difference in in the social conduct a commitment as a commitment and many men want to live up to that commitment have that intimate partner and will acknowledge the same thing we're talking about here. That cheating diminishes the primary intimacy. Yes it affects it. Well what. I definitely don't want to do on. The show is fall into those stereotypes. You know like that heterosexual men cheap more than women because they really. Don't you know the the statistics show. It's like fifty fifty. You know it's the same I don't know as much about the homosexual community. But i didn't wanna fall into a stereotype of. Oh yeah while. They're all sleeping with each other and just look at the data okay. The data the data can change over time right. You know what i mean. The data the data. And and. I think i'm just thinking about the the male female thing. I think that data has changed as you pointed out where women are more likely to engage in in available Sexual contact the way men would so that sorta equalizing difference still in the sense that a few men act out a lot more than other men and i'm not sure there's the same thing amongst women so much in you know what i mean. There's certain character profiles and sections of that. That's more common in men that predisposed to that behavior to more cheating yet. The behavior i mean for instance narcissism and so that's male those are male much more common in mill male population. Now right it won't change over time And and sex addiction to more more common but women come into sex addiction through Relationship addiction men come into sex diction through sex. Oh yeah oh. That's an interesting distinction. The i totally support that you've got that there are straight sex addicted. Women tend to be more drug addict. Side of things But these are very very very very common condition. Caesar you know sue you know. Tens of millions of people have these conditions. You're you're going to be talking to them. Sure and And you know they shouldn't be judged for it anymore than i judge a drug addict when they're using right symptom complex. Let's do you want to change their. Don't you as my question always you you cool with this for now. You want to change. It is working or not. But i will tell you that you know everyone that works in these fields ultimately try to get people to be simpler six year old guy. That had calmed down right. You need you need a simpler life to family by the way in in you know in all these behaviors lots of medical issues and shortened life span and all that stuff starts to get into the issues as well. Yeah i had one roundtable guest say that he was. You know we were talking about this very complex you know. Lover relationship and the guy had several mistresses. I should talk more about some of the women to that. Have there several lovers and he was like listen. These are way too complex. Exactly what you're saying to these people too complex. They need to just focus on their primary relationship. Work on the primary relationship and pull the primary relationship together and then they won't have all of these health issues and stress and blood pressure and things that can contribute to you know a a favorable medical condition. Because you're so anxiety ridden in having to hide and and to be. I just anxiety. It's risk taking plates to injuries infectious diseases. It's it's being so wound up in all this bullshit that you're not taking care of your medical needs or your physical health. You know it just it just starts to spiral in the wrong direction and the even more common thing as you start to you substances to manage all this and then the substances have their impact and and it's literally shorten life man mean if you are a little longer life. Keep it simple bunnies and it's better for child rearing. Its much clearly better for child rank. Kids that come up in these environments. Repeat the behaviors. Everybody that's the gift that keeps on giving trauma results in repetition and it's just the way it is and if you could just hold your shit together until they're eighteen at least until they're makes a huge difference so let's see. What else did i want to church. I'm interested in the lgbtq etc. Yeah alphabet then what you get into their. because some of that is not Well explored elsewhere. I've of questions for the trans community. And i i experienced there. And i'm like i don't understand you know preferences and you know how that works for for for i'd just had dinner. We caitlyn jenner last night. And we're kind of developing a friendship. And i'm tempted. Ask her some of this stuff because it's she's very charming very forthcoming very smart and I have a feeling one day. We'll have this conversation sometimes. I'm a little shy about. I'm thinking well. Shouldn't i know this aren't i woke. Should i have the answers to these communities. That are outside my own. But i have to just dive in you. Know two feet. I because i really do want to know. And that's what you know what you gotta realize. It's it's not as common you know. We're not interacting that way as commonly as we would like to be. These aren't super super common phenomenon in that..

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"jillian" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"jillian" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

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"jillian" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"jillian" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

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"jillian" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"jillian" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Her he had had an affair he had this mistress and he would buy her the bags and the shoes and the send the was spoil this mistress. She found out She was devastated. And i said to her. You know i. I understand what happened with your husband have but have you ever done anything maybe not as egregious maybe not as expensive as buying gifts and trips. But have you done anything. And she went to tell me the story about how she met this guy in a plane and he was really hot and sexy and as i'm listening to her i'm thinking i know exactly where this is going. Long story short she ends up like exchanging numbers with the guy they start having secret email communications and unlike digital your husband. Well no. it wasn't a big deal. And i'm thinking it was a big deal. I mean your husband may be at a much much more extreme level. But you're still having a secret relationship that's fulfilling your sort of like erotic emotional fantasies and you're not telling your husband. So are you not involved in an affair as well. She never answered the question. But i think that many would argue it was. It would be hurt. The husband had he'd found out right. And so that's sort of the threshold right. Is that will be your your spouse. Wouldn't like it. It'd be hurtful to the spouse. And yet i'm still not convinced that that threshold if you can pull back from it. It's still not okay to have something. Whatever you know that you you enjoy it makes you feel good about yourself. you know. Think as a partner you sort of want your partner to have that as long as you could trust that they could hold the boundary but it's playing with fire right playing with fire. You know i was just editing. An interview that. I did with some poly amorous palley. Emory being consensual multiple relationships. So i'm married to you and then we have a lover. But then maybe i also have another lover you know. It's very complex series of emotional physical relationships and you know they were talking about how being open honest and consensual made the difference. You know and how young people are young. People today are more willing to have these kinds of relationships. Talked to those people in ten years. Well rahm issue. I promise you'll be a catastrophe. There are armies of people professionals. Just trying to get to people to have you bring in three. It doesn't get twice as complicated. It gets cubed as complicated and then you're doing more in avidly unpredictable. Emotions develop and chaos ensues without exception. It just is now people want to stay with that. That's on them is fine with me. But but i'm telling you the amount of people need simple lives that's one thing that's an absolute truisms. Ecology people need simple lives when you add complexity you end up in pain and all kinds of other stuff addictions come in and everything else as you. Try to manage that pain. Well one of the things that the male poly-amorous said was he said i li- exactly what you're saying drew i like that. I have incredibly high highs the ecstasy of seeing my wife with other men and my girlfriend. So come back. I love the ecstasy. But i also really value the lowest low and how i can go from feeling so upset maybe one time i love her as with her husband and it really upsets me and i see them being together and it's so low and i feel so awful but the next night i can be with her and another guy and it brings me to this high. So it's like living off of these extremes and you start to talk to a drug addict. well yeah like. That's it's an it's worth goes from these things progress they don't remain stable regress and that's the part that everybody misses and then all their rhetoric is all just so much nonsense. They got. Do whatever you want. you don't have to justify it to anybody. Do whatever you want but if you want to talk to people that have worked with people that everyone who who over time see what happens with all this. We're happy to help the meantime do what you want. Well one thing i did. Observe was in that particular interview that one partner had increasingly deep and hardened i shouldn't say hard but very very deep emotional feelings for the other that in my opinion the other didn't share so that's all kinds of stuff all kinds of stuff and some people because they have that boundary issue without. It's kind of a co dependency. They will take that partner on on any terms no matter how abusive or problematic painful the behaviors. They'll take them on any terms. I one of abandonment stuff going on in folks that loud of damage. You've got to ask you and your family of origin. What happened there. Anyway you know. The our wiring gets up and childhood You know that's we end up spending much of our life managing that wiring in our interpersonal lives. That's where the real that's where it always comes to bear in our relationship with other humans. Talk about the gay community bid. Any any insights. There you seen anything because a different set of issues and more It's more interesting. Well not more interesting has interesting differences. That's what that way. Yes so. I am hoping to have much more dot and experiences with the trans community. The gay community And as i said the shows just started. So we're getting more of these types of guests and stories. But i did have a young gay gentleman on. This was the one. I was talking about earlier that he had been in seven relationships and had been cheated on seven times and i said to him okay. Well there's this stereotype that we hear about you. Know the gay convenient community being much more sexually active and that there's more cheating i said. Is it a stereotype. Is it true you know. How would you respond to that. And he's his point of view as a young gay male. Was you know his experiences that it's he feels like it's the same in the heterosexual community and the homosexual community. He's like all my guy. Friends are cheating on other girlfriends. Just like i've been cheated on.

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"jillian" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

09:24 min | 1 year ago

"jillian" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Settled down. They they can. They usually stop in fact if somebody's properly treated well he's funny because he said yeah. I don't do this anymore. And i said well. Why do you think you've changed. He's like well. I'm pushing sixty i. Can't you know he was like. I just can't perform like i used to. And so in his mind. He can't sorry i wonder i would ask him. Pointedly about You know how he doesn't get attracted to other addicts alcoholics. I think he might be too by the way sort of an addict quality tall this and whether he's had any recovery and with his treatment and that's usually the case because people that engage in. These behaviors are so destructive. Oh my god they bring just destruction down on everybody. And they feel lots of guilt and shame about it when they're doing it That's you know again unless they're completely psychopathic and they don't care that that does happen to. Yeah there's a lot of guilt shame. No there's a lot of guilt and shame. Yeah when you get caught but as long as you're doing it and not getting caught your living in a thrill your living in fantasy and you just feel like you're going to get away with it i. I'm not sure that's true because it's so close to drug addiction. That of course they keep using they don't worry about it when they're using but they have deep guilt and shame it's just not on the surface and they often and they often are able to connect the dots to the person they hated in their childhood. Who gauging the same savior. How often sort of their and. That's one of the reasons that fuels the guilt and shame. Interesting interesting it's just it's just you know. We're very very predictable as human beings. Just like any other primate system. You can you can just look at copley. There's a lot of variations on the same or complicated socially but were you know you can easily sort of understand what we're up to If you if you study at deeply you're gonna you're gonna get exposed all of this and it's and it and i'm not saying that everyone is treated psychopath logical. I'm not saying that. I'm talking about this kind of pattern. You were just talking about stream and then you know you've got something on your hands in terms of the fact that something like visit with highs. Fifty percent of people cheat is at about the number marriages. Yes even more energy because when that number difficult because how do you define cheating so it's really hard. i. I'm skeptical about the numbers in that regard because too too high. I think it's too low motion cheating. Throw that in there in there. You know the story that gave you earlier. The guy with the song is each eating. Let's talk about that. Yeah because because i i don't know i it's almost like his has anybody who's been married for a long time Had a friendship where they think themselves in my life. My husband like this where you've got to feel that yes and yet you kind of file it under. Oh well you know that's gotta be close to everybody. That's my point and i think that's why i think that's why i have. You know quite a few guests and betrayed partners in cheaters. Willing to speak. Because they're saying it's just so prevalent seed in my office. I see you know when people were going to the office and definitely online. I mean their entire communities of people sharing information shit whether it's On a personal level business level you have so much access to other people and you don't start. I'm starting to wonder if it's not maybe good in the sense that people need friendships and they need relationships outside of their prime relation they just can't they have to hold a very careful boundary with it. Not sure people are used to doing that or understanding where the boundaries need to be exactly because it only takes one of the two people to give a little. You know sex sexy comment you know. Hey you look really hot on zoom or whatever it could be and then suddenly. The relationship has turned the corner. You know. you're you're in you go back until you. I've hey the guy that. I was dogging zooming with told me how hot i looked. No you're gonna hide it and suddenly than you hide the next thing that she says or he says and suddenly you have this whole sort of like secret relationship going on and it becomes a slippery slippery slope. It is a slippery slope. Do do you have advice for people that are in that kind of slippery place and how to keep it in a a healthier place where it is really just a friendship that's kind of intimate and doesn't diminish your primary relationship now zero. You have to go cold turkey. I don't have advice. And i don't give advice because i i would send them to you because you know you have the expertise to know. I'm not really position to tell someone who'd be in that vulnerable position. Give them advice about their relationship. I mean that's a very hefty load to carry. I'm really there to ask questions. Yeah i get it. And that's an important function. i totally understand boundary. That's good you're maintaining that boundary from from my perspective. I think what i would tell. People is get it. Take a good look your primary relationship and understand why you have emotional needs and whether you can get those emotions met from your spouse or your partner and if you can't you know why is that what you want to do with that and is it is candidate. Be a lot of things can't be treated right. That's just the nature of the two people involved. And then if you feel that you have to have a friendship outside man you gotta you gotta make sure that if that friendship gets into the sexual territory you you can't let it keep going there. You gotta pull it back you have to do is you're done. We need when you're gonna go. You're going to go that way. But what do you do when it feels good. You know it's nice to have that confidence the point. You can't indulge yourself if you wanna sustain that primary relationship started indulging yourself. Yeah in the literature is very clear on this. You diminish the primary intimacy by engaging intimacies elsewhere it it has repercussions and if you really you know we. We all stand up at the altar and make these lofty commitments. If you're up to those commitments you have to hold the barry. Hold the line somewhere because it it it will continue to have effects and stuff. You have to come clean about you. Have you know. It's very scary. You the your partner may feel betrayed and not be able to trust you over again or that partner may be able to rebuild that trust over time and forgive you but it's it's scary territory of the unknown. Yes and if the primary relationship is damaged or isn't a problematic state. You know the person's not going to be apt to want to talk to their partner right. The relationships already broken. So now do i walk and say oh let me tell you about this wonderful guy that i go have smooths after yoga practice and how he thinks i'm hi you're just not the relationship can't sustain that type of honesty in also whatever whatever if you haven't had your sort of attraction systems addressed your traumas You're gonna get attracted to something problematic. Yes well i mean so. They're jumping ship to stories about people who do go ahead with these relationships and leave their prime relationship and on hold. It's the same thing all over again. Yes i have stories guy. He you know married has kids and his mistress lived around the corner and he got caught and ended up leaving the wife and kids and literally literally moved around the corner with the new family. And how did that work out. Very contentious very hostile very contentious. You know the primary wife. The first wife is devastated. You know how do you get past that. You feel like it's happening in my own backyard. Probably start this woman. Walking the dog. And i i do also want acknowledge that the rate at which women cheat has really grown progressed. Women cheat. I think that we tend to think the men are cheating. The met you know particularly in the heterosexual community. The men are bad. They have a middle aged crisis. They're cheating the women are cheating they're in the workplace. We're working where out there. We have access to men. You know women have desires. Women's sexuality has been awakened in the past several decades and women do cheat. And i think you were saying it is the case that meant some men cheat because they can get away with it. I'm i'm guessing that categories increased amongst women as well. Yes i can do it. But i have a job have the access. Access is a big big component and cheating if you have the time in the access to get to someone else and they show interest in you. The door has just opened wide wide open. That's interesting do you have any specific stories about you know online the emotional affairs i i was i was talking to a woman whose husband was divorcing. Her he had had an affair he had this mistress and he would buy her the bags and the shoes and the send the was spoil this mistress. She found out She.

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"jillian" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"jillian" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Regardless of how harmful or unfulfilling the relationship may be. And let's be fair. That's not strictly speaking in american thing. That is you know what. I don't know i mean you're probably more knowledgeable. I'm speaking you know. These are american people. I was talking to. But i can imagine that there was some sort of global crossover with that idea. Yes and i'm guessing. So the so the one thing that i see all the time clinically and of course i love land. All the time was you know When we have bad pickers so to speak we keep repeating the same trauma so we had like you said you had a family system where they were affairs magically are attracted to people that engage in affairs also magically. Why is it always. I was sure it wasn't one of those guys again magically. It's the same thing again. And and you know. Dr freud called this repetition compulsion. No no it's more of a biological phenomenon than things are traumatizing and childhood. We don't like it in childhood. It creates attraction to people and circumstances that oblige us by repeating the trauma. Oh my gosh okay makes. That's just a that's just a fact. That's just how we're wired. And so i'm guessing you talked a lot to people that repeat things. Can all men are fill in the blank because they keep getting attracted to write those guys yes so they just recite their experience. You're totally right. I give you're the kind of person that tends to fall into these relationships. It's going to happen repeatedly. I just had this. Young kid was twenty six years old. Because i have two different types of episodes episodes where i read the short story about affairs. And then i have a round table discussion about it. So it's kind of like book club three diverse people from three different backgrounds. We talk about the story and so on this episode. I had this twenty six year. Old kid you know. I'm a lot older than he is. And he said you know jillian. I've been cheated on seven different times. It was like you're only twenty six and you've been cheated on in seven relationships seven times So i'm thinking it's probably consistent with what you're saying it's him it's him yeah. He is picking a certain kind of person or there. There's another corollary to this. Particularly with younger people which is they engage in certain kinds of Interpersonal relating the kind of pushes people away and they missed signs. And things like that is like over clinginess over bad boundaries or not paying. This is all kinds of stuff that can go on inter personally that can people can find somewhat distasteful over time. Not everybody again not everybody. But you know you're you're picking that person that finds it such And then men particularly miss signs. Least don't just we're really bad at You know it's like you're saying most of the women that have affairs have affairs to leave. They have always. The female partner has always told their male partner for at least twenty four months that they're not happy happy but i need and mental. Yeah you're fine. You're finding point. And then she leaves you. I understand what whatever. Why don't you tell. And of course she and she goes. I could tell it in for two years. Exactly what are you talking about right. Isn't that what typically happen. Yeah definitely and not only articulated verbally but through your actions you know. Suddenly the person's less present or you're not having sex. That's the you asked me what. I learned one of the biggest things i've learned is that's the big red flag like da. Not if you're not having sex there's a problem and if you're not having sex it's more than likely that the person even if they're not engaging in intercourse that they're having sexual fantasies about someone else that there's some sort of physical sexual eroticism that's happening outside of your partnership and i would argue that if he that's a very common thing and i agree with you but that if you're not having sex eventually somebody will have sex partner with somebody else whatever. So there's both clause ational from the standpoint that it's a sign of and also causation on the sense that you're on your way to jefferson. One hundred percent yeah. Yeah it's crazy and he he guessing there's lots of pain involved in what you're hearing about. Yes there's lots of pain but also drew. There's lots of humor. I mean of course. Great so funny. He was so funny so i was saying that i have this one type of episode where i read the short story about affairs. And then there's the roundtable discussion with people that talk about. My other type of show is a one on one interview. Just like what. We're doing now. And i remember i. You know all these episodes in the canon. Like what do i do. I what i would do i episode. One is this guy who's like in his fifties and he and his father were just rampant cheaters and he has no sort of hesitation of talking about it. I hate to like be a spoiler but he even has an episode on his honeymoon and feels totally justified about it. I'm like what you like. Did something on your honeymoon with the massage therapist. And then you go back to your honeymoon suite and what do you say he's like it's fine. It's no big deal so because this had happened twenty years ago he sees it with a different i. You know you're able to get away from the pain and see unbelievably some of the humor and look at it with a sense of lightheartedness because it feels so distant to the person and although he was the cheater his wife. had substance abuse issues. And so it was very painful for him. And i'm not justifying what he did but he validated his cheating experience because he was in such a painful situation at home it he sounds. Somebody's treatment of some type. Yes yeah yeah. And and that's what when people get treatment they can look at their pathological behavior and laugh at it as a pretty common thing And so you know. They're they're they understand that it's painful they understand that it's pathological but it's like can you imagine my at my behavior created but it does Bring up the interesting phenomenon of of types of cheating in the sense that There are definitely this. You know some some extreme circumstances psychopath logically that setup cheating or for instance narcissists and sociopaths. They that's that's what you kind of describe there. Somebody who just doesn't care and just we'll do it because hey it's me but then within that there's also sex addicts And he sounds a little bit more on that and with with some overlay of narcissism up to and these things can when they're treated like like i said he sounds a cat some treatment..

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"jillian" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

09:54 min | 1 year ago

"jillian" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Navarro's finally made it in there. We'll check that out and many other interests. And tricia patas gary stop by and that Always praise for a lot of fun. That's much tricia anymore. Because she's in treatment during a lot better but this world the world around her that is out of control so check that out also instagram. Dr pinski twitter at dr drew its cetera. We appreciate it and if those of you who are listening to this show do not listening adamant dr do show. Just you know if you want to hear a little love boat talk. Please do choice there jillian hamilton. The podcast one podcast available anywhere. You get your podcast cheating. When love lies interesting topic ufology it. Julian hamilton dot on line. Jillian is the creator and host. And she is looking at this topic. That is actually very complicated topics. So i'm glad you're doing jillian walk in the program. Thank you so much. yeah complicated. Raw taboo all the things that you know people don't wanna talk about. Yeah and so. I'm guessing how how what got you into this topic number one. And what have you learned so far. And then when after that half hour is done we talk about what got me into. It was corona. You know we were all homebound. And i started writing stories about affairs I've always wanted to write. And i just sat there with nothing to do and started writing these short stories about trysts fares. And let me you know. I know what you're gonna ask me next any personal experience in there or is that why you're thinking about it or person around people. There's person experienced growing up as a child. I had experienced in my family home as an adult. I've experienced it in relationships and once. I was willing to talk about it. I found that people were coming out of the woodwork. Like oh this happened to me or this happened to my mom or this happened to my sister. My brother so i realized how common cheating and affairs were whether they were they physical or emotional. So i started writing these short stories. People like them. They said oh. Wait another one right another one and then i went into the studio to record them and people's uh semi another story semi another story. And before you knew it. Here i was. I was like this is kind of a podcast. You know interesting tree. Lots of interesting calls and stuff. You take calls. I don't take calls yet. I just started about three or four weeks ago. So you're gonna learn to much. Let's talk about the difference between physical and emotional cheating and the difference in how males and females respond to those two topics. The difference between physical cheating and emotional cheating is just what it sounds like. Emotional cheating has really proliferated because we have this online space so actually people feel a greater sense of familiarity and closeness online often than they do in person in person. You gotta have date number one and it might be three weeks before you have date number two. It's hard to get together but when you're online you have constant access to this person so everything from good morning sugar to night night and everything in between your with this person all day long and it gives you the sense of really knowing their lifestyle how they spend their time you might get you know reactions on things that happen to them. Throughout the day so emotional cheating can really be very powerful and very common because we all have the device right there with us. How do you differentiate between emotional cheating and just a friendship emotional. Cheating has to have a secretive component to it. This is something that your partner your spouse doesn't know about it's something you're hiding and it's more than likely giving you a great sense of thrill you know you're looking forward to hearing from this person. I when i first started this. I started talking to everybody. Anyone i'd meet. I'd say oh so. Have you ever dated anyone. Who cheated. And i met this random stranger and he told them about the podcast. He said i have to tell you. I've been having an affair. I really would you like to talk about it. And he said yes. I send music back and forth with this woman every night and my wife has no idea and by the time i get up from this table it was dinner time. I'm going to be running back to my car to see what music she sent to me. And i live for it every single day. That's an emotional affair. I mean he didn't tell his wife and he was so attached to her. Yeah it's wild and it is. It's like a friendship that serving some need so it goes a little further than friendship did. Are you exploring what people need to do to look at or solve whatever that need might be in the primary relationship in other words some deficiency. That's guys met right. Yes in the emotional of area. I don't do any problem solving on the podcast especially because it is about and affairs. i'm completely non-judgmental. I'm here to ask questions. Learn about why people cheat learn why people have affairs and have a conversation with them about it. what is that deficiency commonly is just as as variable as relationships are variable so typically women cheat to stay. Excuse me i'm sorry. Let me rephrase that women men cheat to stay and women cheat to leave so men. Yes so manner cheating because they want this other thing the thrill the sex the excitement the validation that they may not be getting at home but they don't wanna lose their patriarchal role within the family. I don't want to abandon my kids. I don't want abandon my wife. I need to keep the foundation together. But i also need this. Thrill in order to stay as the patriarch within the foundation. But that doesn't have to be patriarchal or just be a way of sustaining. Any mutual relationship. Right like there's a deficiency. I feel unsafe or whatever. I have some needs. That's on. I've tried. And then i go over here and it lets me. It doesn't hurt. anybody doesn't do it. Let's say it's just emotional and again then heard anything he can. He can convince himself. It's a okay and it's helping my relationship. I could see people convincing them that absolutely. Yes ma'am will say. This is helping my relationship because without this other person without this lover. I just don't think i could handle the pressures that i have of keeping my family together and it's interesting that you say you know it's emotional. It's not hurting anyone but really studies. Show that the emotional fair can be highly detrimental and even more hurtful than the physical one correct. Yeah there's no doubt about that. And and then women men though the re one of the reasons men can convince themselves of that is they certainly don't want their spouse engage in emotional affair. They'd feel bad about it but at the moment that which the a planes or being crossed so to speak. That's when men are just out of our brains that's where murderous rage enter into the picture and and there's you know our evolutionary heritage is such that you know that in order to maintain certainty of paternity you had to stand guard over the openings because there was no tests throughout emotional about other animals do other mammals do it. That's just how mammals do it. They don't have any other way of being certain that they're going to invest all their resources and moving their genes forward except by being certain that they were the only individual that was sexually with that receptive partner. And you know. I'm not saying it's good or bad because we have lots of bad things in us from our evolutionary heritage that we should acknowledge and then deal with positive way evolve but this may be one of those things and then to the latter part of your question about women you know. Women typically cheat to leave this relationship. And i'm talking about heterosexual relationships at this point. Women are saying this is my ticket out. you know. i'm tired of dealing with this asshole at home. And if i can just find my ticket out then i'm going to have this affair and it can take me out of a really painful or hurtful marriage a partnership is it is it it lessens -sarily leaving or is it just being out. You know being a having some life outside of it. 'cause you're caught in it or something leaving fleeting and is it is it. Would it be accurate to say. It's sort of a bullpen. Are building like i'm has your has your they call into the bullpen. When it's time to leave has your arm adequately good. Yeah something like that. And and i guess men do that also right. Yes and i'm saying. I'm speaking in broad term. Shut generality generalities but men will leave but men usually when they wanna leave they leave. They may build a bullpen before they leave. But they don't do anything with the bullpen. I would guess leave. I had one friend say to me. You know he's a good friend known for thirty years. He's a guy in his fifties and he's like jillian. It's very simple. Some guys can and some guys can't and that was his response to. Why do some guys leave. And he's just like it's just the thing some guys that the emotional constitution to go through with it and some are just too tied to you know a typically american foundational family experience where you stick it out. Regardless of how harmful or unfulfilling the relationship may be. And let's be fair. That's not strictly speaking in american thing. That is.

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Podcaster Jillian Hamilton on the Difference Between Physical and Emotional Cheating

Dr. Drew Podcast

02:19 min | 1 year ago

Podcaster Jillian Hamilton on the Difference Between Physical and Emotional Cheating

"Talk about the difference between physical and emotional cheating and the difference in how males and females respond to those two topics. The difference between physical cheating and emotional cheating is just what it sounds like. Emotional cheating has really proliferated because we have this online space so actually people feel a greater sense of familiarity and closeness online often than they do in person in person. You gotta have date number one and it might be three weeks before you have date number two. It's hard to get together but when you're online you have constant access to this person so everything from good morning sugar to night night and everything in between your with this person all day long and it gives you the sense of really knowing their lifestyle how they spend their time you might get you know reactions on things that happen to them. Throughout the day so emotional cheating can really be very powerful and very common because we all have the device right there with us. How do you differentiate between emotional cheating and just a friendship emotional. Cheating has to have a secretive component to it. This is something that your partner your spouse doesn't know about it's something you're hiding and it's more than likely giving you a great sense of thrill you know you're looking forward to hearing from this person. I when i first started this. I started talking to everybody. Anyone i'd meet. I'd say oh so. Have you ever dated anyone. Who cheated. And i met this random stranger and he told them about the podcast. He said i have to tell you. I've been having an affair. I really would you like to talk about it. And he said yes. I send music back and forth with this woman every night and my wife has no idea and by the time i get up from this table it was dinner time. I'm going to be running back to my car to see what music she sent to me. And i live for it every single day. That's an emotional affair. I mean he didn't tell his wife and he was so attached to her. Yeah it's wild and it is. It's like a friendship that serving some need so it goes a little further than

"jillian" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"jillian" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

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"jillian" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"jillian" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

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"jillian" Discussed on The Canine Paradigm

The Canine Paradigm

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"jillian" Discussed on The Canine Paradigm

"The story is with purpose. They want you to get out with coated with trump with so many things in politics. I think knowing that there's that goal to get you to react even if it's just like comment Like start a conversation at your own. Like that is the goal yet can be pretty frustrating. Have you conceited running training for doug china's on social media use and how to do the sorts of things that we've been telling you i think that's a good idea i mean i've thought about it and i've actually had a few people to me about it at the moment. I am just getting my flooding in terms of like moving cross country and getting back to working full-time. It hasn't been something that i'm like. Yes Because i'm a tech person like if i'm going to do it i'm going to go all in and right now like if i were to open up an online like school or online course. I know that it would take a lot of my time. I might be in westchester for longer than i want to be. An probably not pursue news. Right away. Because i would be in this building the school so it's not something that i want to do. That's a bummer. 'cause i was about. So hey everyone if you wanna learn more get in touch jillian so you may still get plotted by paypal. Sorry i mean who the hell knows.

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"jillian" Discussed on The Canine Paradigm

The Canine Paradigm

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"jillian" Discussed on The Canine Paradigm

"That goes back to what jillian was talking about before where she was looking for information and couldn't find it because athletes flooded with that because the people who are making the really good dog china's a busy train dogs and they're not making that content and they're busy. It's not necessarily as a marketing strategy that they would use social media. It's my work. Plate is full. I don't need to be promoting myself anyway but feel like we kinda do so that the people who are not going to employ us train the people who are just going to find some information online and then in potted kenny. The look at the guy who's bathing a dog into the ground or the guy who's telling total bouche laws about how he's a total force free china and real dope to. Yeah there's plenty of people who claim to be big time forced very china's online and i know some stuff about dogs when i've read to though i can win a dog shows and division something that does not come about any so there's certain big names rock and look for you not what you say. You are as a day here but so as people who do know what they're doing and are not trying to use social media as a marketing platform. Do you have any advice for people as the best way to get their information out there and do that in a way that doesn't occupied the whole fucking day because they're busy doing they job. Obstacle enough jillian. God well content is king and consistency is queen. So if you're trying to build a following really really focused on at least one post a day could be generally wanna create content and build a following is just create one piece of content day but make sure in that content that it's driving the platform and giving information that is driving it forward like when you're posting post with purpose. That sounds so corny. But it's the truth like when i'm posting. I've scaled back a lot in my own posting..

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What Are Circadian Rhythms With Dr. Satchin Panda

FoundMyFitness

01:37 min | 1 year ago

What Are Circadian Rhythms With Dr. Satchin Panda

"Maybe we can serve chatting a little bit about the world of chronobiology circadian rhythm. I mean many people listening to this conversation may have a general sense of what a circadian rhythm is but a lot of people have never heard of it so maybe you can sort of explain what. It is such an why they're important. Is it just a imagine that you have to a lot of different things in a day. You just can't do them at trend knock. So that's why you come up with a calendar and twad time how to do certain things so that you are more productive so similarly. Our body does jillian different tasks in a given day for example dozens upon months there many digestive juices than planned chemicals genes adapt to turn on and off. So that's why body also has a daily timetable that repeats itself day. So that's why the terms acadian to them security and literally means approximately a day and rhythm is rhythm so this is a timetable that repeats every single day so what it means is the thing that comes to mind is sleeping because sleeping. The big chunk of time that abbadi boats to at a specific time of the night so similarly almost every organ in our body whether it's liver kidney heart or even your skin. I've been your hair follicle has to do certain tasks so that means visiting log on every single cell as its on daily timed off circadian rhythms.

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"jillian" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"jillian" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

"Flexibility. Your training strength training power training agility. So you want all of that to be the most well rounded you also want that to continue to create what's called a stress adaptation response so for example. I give my body new stressful stimulus. It's whoa this is this is crazy. I've got adapt. I've got to become stronger. And if you do it all the time your body will stop seeing results right so consistency then variety and then if we can get into intelligent intensity with programmed recovery. You're go ahead and have a blast ticket. Pilates class do this workout from this gentleman but consistency and variety or going to be your most important things period. Absolutely now jillian. Let's come to your book. Six keys unlock your genetic potential age strength health and beauty so in the final five minutes. I'd love you to tell us about this book while you wrote it. What are some of the topics that you discuss. So i quite honestly was fascinated in how it dramatically varies the way people age. You can see somebody who is in their early thirties and they literally perform like they are sixty five they have high cholesterol and the barely get up a flight of stairs and their skin is falling apart or you could see somebody who sixty five and his hiking everest and looks fresh as a daisy in. It's like okay. Is this genetic. What is this and in large part. No genetics has nothing to do with it. It's about the expression of our genetics and we can impact that with the way that we live. So it's looking at these six body processes everything from your macromolecules to your telomeres and how these body processes impact aging and what we can do about it and intermittent. Fasting is absolutely in the book for that. Very reason amazing amazing. I can't wait to get access to this book. I'm going to be buying it on my kindle. I'm just gonna read out a little bit about the book because wanna make sure. I direct you to great great great stuff by amazing authors. So the subtitle is call. Unlock your genetic potential. For ageless health and beauty. The sixties presents an ageless. Health fitness and beauty. Plan that addresses all six of them and gets them working for you instead of against you so by the six jillian say scientists. Doctors have identified six major age. Insiders metabolism damage macromolecules epigenetics inflammation stress adaptation and telomeres. And so the book gives you a way.

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Android 12: The Biggest Features Coming to Your Smartphone

Gadget Lab Podcast

01:51 min | 1 year ago

Android 12: The Biggest Features Coming to Your Smartphone

"This week was google ceo. Google's big annual developer conference. Google announced a whole bunch of new software features in the opening keynote. Which happened on tuesday. And we're going to talk about those announcements here today and unpack means so in the second half of the show. We're going to get into this smaller. Weirder stuff we're not going to be talking about cuba's in quantum computers mostly because we don't understand it it's gonna get weird in the second half but first let's focus on the big stuff because i think the changes that will affect the most people are the updates to android. Google is clearly trying to improve the whole android user experience and that includes some extra attention to privacy features jillian some of the new android features. That stuck out to you. So the main things that you'll probably see the most are the huge bubbly bright colors that are now all over the interface. One of the things that google is touting this new material you design language. It's an upgrade over the previous material design and basically now the intention is that you the user will be able to customize the entire color palette of your favorite apps and i console everything to your own little you know fun tones based on a collection that goodwill provides so. That's something that will come to rules products later this year and then maybe android later on. But overall you're just going to be able to customize the entire color palette of all your apps which is kind of fun and unique. And i think people will overall really like that And all that also extends to all sorts of little changes that you can do in the android operating system so for example. If you change your wallpaper background the entire interface will sort of pick up on those tones near wallpaper. Just change the ui to match some of those stones you kind of have like a unified theme. Yeah i think that's just stuff that seems pretty small but overall just makes it feel like a more mature operating system

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Unlocking the Power of Data Lineage in Your Platform

Data Engineering Podcast

02:12 min | 1 year ago

Unlocking the Power of Data Lineage in Your Platform

"Hostess tobias macy into today interviewing julian ladonna about lineage new standard for structuring meta data to enable interoperability across the ecosystem of data management tools. So julian can you start by introducing yourself. Hello i'm jillian. I guess. I've been working in the big data space for the past. Fourteen years studied at yahoo building platform on top of you and in a study contributing to open source project like the and that's how i joined the twitter data platform team. They are steady up at she parkway project and that led to contributing to the launch of the aba chiro project that you're on and morrison t i with the architect for the up a format. We work after that. I studied dedicated. Which i'm this show now and so you've actually been on the show. This is your third time now. So you were on to talk about your work with apache parque. And you're on with doug cutting. Who was the creator of astro. So that was a good conversation. And then you're also on talk about your work with marquez. Which is a natural transition to where you are now with. Data can which building on top of that platform so for folks who listened to the marquez episode. I don't know if you want to. Just give a quick recap about where that project has gone. And maybe what you're building on top of it with data again before we dig into open lineage. So you can from. When you build data platform it quickly becomes evident that she need an equivalent of service oriented architecture retro data pipelines like people consume data they produce data and by default israel egypt visibility. Where they did is coming from awards going and so we need to understand. We consume the data that we produce and how they impacted by the changes were may be doing and we understand where they did is coming from that. We're consuming how it's being maintained in deadwood right so that leads us to start the marcus project at we were so you building the data platform at work. That where's the need for. How do we understand in an organization where they are many teams that consumed produce data. How do they understand how they depend on each other. In our things change. That was a missing piece in the open-source ecosystem

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How are you? I am fine: What we lose without small talk

The Big Story

01:49 min | 1 year ago

How are you? I am fine: What we lose without small talk

"What purpose does small talk serve in our society yet so it was really fascinating to me as as i was talking to all these researchers in these experts that you know small talk is not just a way to pass the time. It's a way to make small connections that are in service of maybe somehow creating large connections down the line so even if it's just someone who sells you. Every morning you don't interact with them in necessarily meaningful ways but over time you do generate the sense of community connection and eventually gets to the point where you feel more grounded like the research shows that you feel more grounded in society in your community after creating these consistent connections over time and so i believe it was jillian sandstrom who Who did this research conducted this research. She found that over time. People feel more optimistic about the world. They live in if they have more small interactions with strangers throughout their days. Meaning that If you were to ask someone do you think people are naturally good or naturally bad. People are generally more optimistic when they have more of these small connections in their community consistently in their life. And i think that so So interesting and such a really evocative data point. Because you know she doesn't have the research on the pandemic necessarily now but if we think about all of a sudden reducing those connections until we are no longer interacting with strangers. The danger is that you know. Maybe we feel more pessimistic about the world around us. Maybe we feel less trusting about the people About the strangers in our lives and that's so tragic that's so sad and i. I feel really hopeful. That may be when the world reopens. We'll be able to rebuild those connections and maybe start rebuilding sense of optimism. A sense of communal optimism.

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In court, Ghislaine Maxwell pleads not guilty to new charges

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

In court, Ghislaine Maxwell pleads not guilty to new charges

"Jeffrey Epstein's one time girlfriend Jillian Maxwell faces a trial judge in person for the first time Maxwell pleaded not guilty in New York to new charges of sex trafficking she's accused of recruiting teenage girls for Epstein to sexually abuse accuser Danielle ban ski was among the spectators it's hard to sit through it and it's painful but it's good to feeling outside court Maxwell attorney David Marcus called his client courageous and fair and the case on fair it's abstinence that she's being treated horribly because of the negligence and what happens to Jeffrey Epstein she's not suicidal she's not it she should be treated like this abstain took his own life at a Manhattan federal jail in twenty nineteen I'm at Donahue

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Lack of Homes for Sale, Stop the Insanity!

Real Estate Coaching Radio

02:11 min | 1 year ago

Lack of Homes for Sale, Stop the Insanity!

"We're talking about stopping the insanity with regards to the buyer's market united been reading a lot of articles online most of which are basically saying we have a lack of homes that in order to meet demand they'd have to be essentially four point. Two million new homes for sale. I mean new construction. Resale doesn't matter. What and obviously there are going to be four point two million homes for sale all at once anytime soon so we're looking at realistically a long-term quote unquote housing shortage. Builders in some markets are catching up. We work with some of the top agents in iowa of all places and they in that market the builders are controlling sixty percent of the inventory but really for the most wealth they have land and lots of chiefs brandon land land and land. It's iowa you know but the moral of the story here is we are in the early throes of what's going to be long long-term. How did how shortage problem crisis. Whatever word you want to use. So the moral of the story for all of you is gravitate towards being listing agents as fast as you possibly can do your part so largely. What we're doing here is not just ending the pain but asking you to face this is what's going on and part of this. Is i believe from a coaching standpoint. Due to agents being afraid to have these conversations. Yeah and we've been talking about this very topic on and off in different forms for a long period of time but really at the end of the day. You've got to get real clear in your head. There is no housing crash anywhere on the near horizon for all the reasons we talked about. All of our previous podcasts. Go listen to it. And there's no reason to believe that there's going to be any sort of a pivot away from it being a strong seller's market and in some markets in amazingly strong seller's market for some time to come what some time to come years three to five years that's what most of the prognosticators prognosticating and jillian. I agree and if you think about just purely from a demographics perspective the oldest baby. I'm sorry the oldest millennial now is forty so the oldest one being forty that generally speaking people are in the throes of moving up and housing when they're in that age group so these the millennials of which there's more millennials than there are baby boomers are just about to really start buying houses in a huge

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Protect all those fleeing Myanmar, UN offices urge surrounding countries

UN News

01:48 min | 1 year ago

Protect all those fleeing Myanmar, UN offices urge surrounding countries

"Un rights office chr and the un refugee agency hcr on thursday called on myanmar's neighbors to offer shelter to all those fleeing violence and persecution amid ongoing strife linked to the first of february coup. The appeal comes as the crisis enters. Its third month with additional concerns raised about renewed fighting between state armed forces and ethnic armed groups in border areas which have driven people to flee according to the un rights office. Oh chr at least five hundred. Ten peaceful protesters have been killed. The security forces and more than two thousand six hundred are in detention including many held incommunicado or forcibly disappeared night raids mass arrests and killings have become daily occurrences throughout the country. The chr says asia regional office said in a news. Release ten days after armed. Groups carried out a deadly attack on three villages near the western town of telea. Un humanitarian repeated their call for greater protection of civilians at all those displaced by violence in the hell. The un refugee agency unhcr reported on thursday that six refugees from nearby molly were among the one hundred thirty seven. People were killed on the twenty first of march by assailants on motorbikes. Most of the victims had already fled violence in two thousand and twenty. Unhcr said adding that fourteen hundred survivors from the targeted villages and on the move and many are in shock and mourning highlighting the deliverability ability of civilians in the region and the urgency of the situation jillian twigs. Hcl's assistant for protection. Encouraged efforts to address the growing insecurity noting that it was clear that the attacks on displaced people and communities hosting them targeted and deliberate in addition to the unjustifiable violence meted out against civilians shelters and granaries were also burned to the ground. Cattle was stolen or killed survivors. Have nothing left. Miss triggs

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How to communicate complex technical topics with Anna Skoulikari

CodeNewbie

10:34 min | 1 year ago

How to communicate complex technical topics with Anna Skoulikari

"So you didn't always have a technical background and now you literally have a job explaining very very technical things. Tell us about your journey. Where does it start for you. So i think my journey into the tech space starts off in london when i was living there and i ended up doing a u x boot camps or user experience design boot camp and that was where i learned how to design digital interfaces so mobile apps websites and that was kind of manage reduction into getting hard skills and getting into the space of tech and the ended up working as a designer in london and after a while working as designer got really curious about coding. Because i really felt like as a u x designer. You're kind of architect. You can create the blueprint of what a digital product is gonna look like so what a app. What's gonna look like what you're not the construction company. You're not the one that gets lukman and actually builds the thing. So i got really curious about. How are these things that we're designing actually built so basically after that curiosity piqued and i ended up moving to barcelona and when i moved here i decided to study coding so i went to coding bootcamp. And that's where. I really got technical skills and where i i learned to code so tell me a little bit more about the. Us tax experience. What tools do you work with with you as if you're not necessarily coating but you're still working on products. What does that role look like. What tools are using that picture for me so in you ex design. You're going to be using some sort of software or to create your digital designs or often called wire frames. At the time. I had learned sketch. Honestly it's the world of tax. So i'm sure that there's like a jillian new tools that have been created the main thing in user. Experience design is about thinking from the user's point of view and having empathy for the user and thinking about how you can design a digital experience. That's going to be smooth and user friendly and tell me more about boot camp. What was that experience like for you. That was really crazy experience. Because if somebody had asked me five years ago whether i would learn to code i would tell them like no way. Why would i learn to code. I remember actually being younger. When i was twenty one one summer i was working in a startup accelerator. And i remember at the time i would meet a lot of people that worked in startups that needed developers. And so whenever people would come up to me and say i don't know what to study. I don't know what to do. I would say studied computer. Science study coding. I just know that there's so many jobs out there for developers but whenever they would ask me like why. Aren't you studying. Coding out saying well you know. My mind doesn't work like that. I wouldn't be able to do that. So when i did move to barcelona and decided to do this. Coding bootcamp it was kind of a big personal development journey for me to make my fear of something unknown and uncertain and to just learn something new that had previously never thought you know would be something i would ever attempt. What made it so scary for you. I think it was just that. I had no idea what to expect and that i'd never attempted to learn something that technical so it was just the fear of the unknown. I think yeah. I totally appreciate that. So you have an interesting perspective because you've done both the signed the us side of things and you've actually built product and then the coding tell me about those two worlds and where they intersect. How do those jewels come together for you. And how does having know both sides of the story. How has that impacted your technical skills so go soo worlds. Come together for me in my first job working as a developer after the whitcombe so after my quitting bootcamp i ended up getting a job working as a front end developer in a company here in barcelona and while working in that job i realized that i had to really understand how to use get version control. Basically for anyone that doesn't know get is the way that coders track the versions of their project. And it's the technology that they used to collaborate with developers. And i was terrified of get. I had learnt the basics sort of at my quitting boot bootcamp. But it's when. I arrived at my job and i realized that i didn't really understand how it worked. And whenever i had to do something that i thought was complicated using it i was terrified and i thought that i was going to destroy the repository so i always had a call on the senior developers to come help me and at some point i realized okay. I want to face this fear. This fear i have get so i decided to really master it and to really learn it really well what i realized then was that the way that it was taught online was not really user friendly to people coming into tech from non technical backgrounds and that i myself could actually teach the topic in a much simpler and more human understandable way so i ended up creating this online course teaching get. It was just this creative idea that came to me and i thought okay. I should do this. Because i can help. So many other junior developers or other people that need us get that aren't extremely technical to learn it in a much easier way than than my journey had been so i created this online course. And that's where i feel like my technical background and then my communication skills just came together. What happened was i put that course on me so to me as an online course platform and it became a highest rated course on you me. And that's what. I realized that using that skill of thinking of things from the user's perspective and having empathy for people and thinking about how you can explain things in the most simple and tangible way was really helpful in explaining technical concepts. So that's kind of how those two worlds together dot experiences sort of. What led me into the next chapter of my journey where i decided to enter the space of tech communication and tech education. So tell me about what you're doing. Now you have this background. He have this developer background. You created this really incredible really popular course and today you're technical writer. Tell me a little more. About what a technical writer is. And how all those experiences impact what you do today so a technical writer honestly. It's a job title. That can vary extremely from one company to another. It's not something that is extremely while defined so in my case technical writer is writing developer documentation of documentation even support documentation like articles. But you can talk various other technical writers and they may do completely different things but for me. Technical writing is just a way for me to combine my tech background with my communication skills. And i've always been a writer. I really love writing. It's the way that i can express myself the best. I'm actually also a life long journalist. I've been journaling for the last ten years so writing is a really big part of my life. So it's really cool that now. I've found a way to merge my love of writing with my ability to communicate technical concepts into my job. So you wrote or created. I guess this course get learning journey guide to learning git version control on you to me that you mentioned earlier. So let's get into what is get and How did you make this course yes. Basically get is a version control system and it's basically a program that you download onto your computer and you use it in order to keep track of all the versions of your projects and also to collaborate with other developers and it's really important and the really cool thing about it. Is that actually almost anyone that writes code uses it so it's not just something that a back end developer or front end developer uses. Its for data. Scientists data analysts. Anybody that writes code and that needs to keep track of all the versions of their code can use it and not even just developers also technical writers use so it's something that kind of is a shared experience among a lot of people in the tech world in terms of how i got started to actually build the course in the beginning. I thought that i would have to learn this really complicated animation software in order to make videos. I'd never made of course before. I'd never even explored how people make online courses. So what i ended up doing was at the time i was working as a front end developer and as part of a new product i was working on. I had to learn view. So view is Front dan framework or fronted library that developers use. It's like react. Is another one. And i learnt reacting my boot camp but i had to learn view and i really love the online courses. That view mastery. Had so what i did. Was i contacted the people that work of you mastery. I contacted adam jar. And i asked him. What do you guys use or to make your online courses. And he told me we use keynotes. And that's when. I realized i don't need to learn some really complicated animation software in order to make my online course. I don't have any excuses for procrastinating. Start creative project. Actually all i need to do is to start using keynote and keno animations and with that i can build an online course so i started making one presentation her lesson and it was all just me hacking away working with these keynote presentations and then preparing lessons and recording. My voice teaching these lessons so it was really just knee on my own doing the bare bones version of an online course and just figuring out how it could present things on the screen in a simple way and honestly my main principles that i tried to stick with wasn't minimalism. So keep things as simple as possible and consistency

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Military Crackdown in Myanmar Escalates With Killing of Protesters

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:23 min | 1 year ago

Military Crackdown in Myanmar Escalates With Killing of Protesters

"Overseas now. Protests against the military coup claiming more lives in myanmar people reportedly killed the bloodiest day since the coup a month ago. Authorities reportedly firing live rounds demonstrators running for their lives the us embassy condemning the government violence. Here's abc's julia macfarlane tonight. In myanmar of violent crackdown police using tear gas stun grenades water cannons to break up unarmed crowd then reportedly opening fire. You and human rights officials say at least eighteen. Protesters killed dozens wounded chaotic scenes in hospitals as medical teams race to treat the injured for weeks a show of defiance in the streets. Often military generals seized power detaining. The elected leader aung san suu chief protesters demanding her government be reinstated at the un myanmar's ambassador making an emotional plea for help. We need fun. Uh strongest possible action from the intonation community ending his speech. They symbol of resistance but later state tv announcing that diplomat had been fun. Happy with tonight. The white house has released a statement saying the. Us is alarmed at the violence against peaceful. Protesters administration is now preparing further action against those involved. Wit jillian mcfarland. Our thanks to you

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Have You Given Up On Your Dreams

Real Estate Coaching Radio

05:43 min | 1 year ago

Have You Given Up On Your Dreams

"Two one and we're back. Juliette is our sunday show. It is the last day of the month the last day of the month of twenty twenty one. We've we've made it through so far one eleven under the belt where to go right so far no new plagues or pandemics or alien visitations or anything else crazy like we experienced last year. I have one thing in articles as bad. I bet you do so. Listen they normal Normal sunday warning still applies. This is not normal podcast. Yes this is real estate coaching radio. Yes you're listening to the number one daily real estate podcast roasted agents the nation. And no. we're not gonna talk about real estate today and the reason that we do our sunday podcast is because we want to help you guys realize the importance of always expanding your thinking always expanding what you think about that way you basically. Don't you know frankly become mentally complacent and the best way to keep your thinking and your ability to think about new concepts. Elastic is to intentionally. Put your way yourself in the way of frankly things you never normally think about. And that's what jillian i've done for years and so we sort of gravitate towards the bizarre facts and figures about life in general and yeah helped its causes. If you do this at least once a week where you're going to maybe just listen to our podcast right. Maybe it's just listing. This sunday podcast. Maybe this is your little reprieve from reality. And that's certainly fine but you'll find when you go back to thinking about the normal things of life that you are you might see lien. Oh things or maybe hiding in the shadows before. Maybe you're going to see a different slight different. Twist on an idea. Some problem that has been lingering longtime time assault it all comes from basically keeping your thinking elastic. Julie i i know you have some articles. I don't have any articles. But i had this happened. Probably i don't know three or four times last week. Were talking to somebody. And they're in their forties fifties and they're using this term in one version of another. And i thought it was fascinating because i'm seeing this frequency of people believing that this is actually a thing and i wanted to address it so that people can realize that This particular topic. That i thought of is not something. That's a sort of mandatory right of growing old and passage of time and the rest of it. And that's this midlife crisis consalvi yes. Yeah and i've seen that happening a lot. And i don't know why i don't know where this is coming from and i think it's probably there's some obviously i bet you. There's some current thing is to do it like a google search search to find out what the current like zeitgeist is. Whether there's a bunch of people that are talking about this or somehow this is in the news or something because that's normally how these types of thought waves happen but this whole concept of a midlife crisis angelina. I've talked about this before. And we've actually searched it for the book that we just published well to june's ago but we didn't end up actually having the content and i don't know do we have anything in there about midlife crisis in mindset and all that on not no. I don't think we did either but we did research we did and i think we got the sleep piece in there but we didn't get the talking. There's a lot of stuff that the publisher didn't want us to put in. Because they thought it was too far out of our wheelhouse edited out and they're probably right but this this topic in particular interest me. Because well i mean i guess age wise. If i'm lucky midlife right and by that. I mean i have another fifty years left. You know if. I think julie's same way right. So but it doesn't interest me for the sake of basically my own self interest in interest me for the sake of the fact that a lot of people are socialized to believe that when they reach a certain age that they have to almost say Almost like a social imperative an expectation that you become complacent and i think that's fascinating. That people aren't introspective enough to realize that's completely volunteering and not even remotely relevant to the the life that we live now and it's all to you up right so i think that there was very you know a physiological thing that was happening the happens naturally all this when we get to the point where we're probably in her forties in our fifties where we do have the sort of lizard brain reaction to reality that. Maybe we don't have the same impetus that we did when we were younger. But i do think that this emotion is rooted in psychology. I'm sorry rooted in physiology right because in in when you research forest is quite fascinating that it wasn't until relatively modern times that humans lived as long as we do. That's right. I mean despite what you guys might believe from all the horrible news Especially regards to pandemic and whatnot. People are living longer and longer but it wasn't that long ago. I i bet you when our grandparents probably even our when our parents were born the twentieth. Probably not what it is. I think close. I wonder how far back in history it was. The average life was like fifty five or something and they had been all may have been sixteen hundred fifteen hundred zero. I mean we'd have more modern. I bet it was like mid eighteen hundreds right and so what we're seeing is a lot of people that like you do. I do believe that your body is Sort of has a trigger in it. That makes it. Think that a certain age or after had so many lifecycles. If you wanna be really nervous about it that it starts to actually feel some sense of l- old software that sort of you know some degradation and some level exactly and but the thing is is with modern medicine and certainly with frankly accessed information like we have now. We don't have to actually allow that sort of innate feeling of irrelevance to dominate the stance was stances. We taken life with regards to anything physicality you know anything.

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Is Zillow About The Be YOUR Biggest Competitor

Real Estate Coaching Radio

05:14 min | 1 year ago

Is Zillow About The Be YOUR Biggest Competitor

"Three to one. And we're actually. It is january the twenty ninth and we have a podcast today which is discussing bombo bump ball so all the changes that they're doing a lot of chatter online about this. There is a lot of chatter online and We're going to do our best to clarify and go through the specifics of what is happening. Now with zillow and essentially then becoming a national real estate brokerage and being your primary competitor and a lot of your markets and all the little things are going to be a essentially. Try to get in between you and your customers. We've been warning you guys about this forever and here's really the bottom line. If you're one of the agents that's been feeding your competitor is zillow as they've been essentially spending up to become a you know a broker down the street. That's going to try to take your business well in you didn't listen. You kept on spending money with them. Because you were didn't know how to generate your own byerly it's while you're gonna unfortunately probably suffered the worst because what we're saying this again. What we've been telling you guys about for years now is zo. Inevitably was going to get in the brokerage business. They had to continue just show value to their shareholders. There's only so many different parallels they could be getting into in the selling agent space selling agent leads space and of course they're going to get to the brokerage business and when they pivoted aggressively towards the buyer space jillian. I said straight up you past. Podcast there is zero chance. They're not gonna be getting into the real estate brokerage business because we knew and you guys should hopefully know by now that one of the primary benefits of the airspace as it turns off a lot of it creates a lot of Seller leads in those seller leads. Then you run an ad for an eye buyer type situation where seller can wholesaler house or sell it at a discount convenience fee as jillian coined it to sell the house without the normal. You know. let's be honest. Hassles of retailing. A house unless sellers are gonna be willing to do that. They had the cash flow and they can maybe leave a couple twenty grand or thirty grand on the table and not have to deal with all the you know the showings and the conditioning of the house. And all that. Yeah a lot of people are gonna be willing to pay that and you should not be surprised because very rarely despite what you might think very rarely is the most important thing to the seller. The price mo- sellers most everyone you included. Listeners are more focused on essentially stress-free convenience hassle free. And you're gonna be more than willing to pay for that. And that's what these i- buyers represent to consumers but our focus has always been agents brokerage the actual real estate industry boots on the ground entrepreneurs of you folks so we've been warning you that it's inevitable that zillow was going to get into the brokerage business and of course they are now in the brokerage business and they're going to be coming to a hypothetical street corner either real or virtual near you sometime soon. It's going to be called zillow homes. This is not made up. This is not speculative it will be zillow homes right and so what is the advantage that zola has in the marketplace huge advantage. Many places in the country people were often refer to searching for a house on line. they don't even say searching their replaced it with the words zillow ing going to zillow zillow has created a really relatively short period of time a stellar brand and from a consumer perspective their interface. And let's give credit where credit is due. They have become a very very effective company. That's servicing consumers right so the consumer interface on their app and their phone is vastly superior to anything else. That's out there including realtor dot com. And you know we can bemoan history. Oh we want to but the reality of it is that is what it is so now that zillow is officially in the brokerage business. And they're going to be competing with you. I want to be very clear case. We have not been clear about this before one of the main benefits of running an eye by our program from a lead generation perspective is. You're going to get a lot of sellers that would consider the buyer be willing to pay the convenience fee then decide not to decide to retail the house. Now a lot of you are aware again. Hopefully you are aware because you've been listening to us. That zillow is then going to be feeding those resale leads to their in-house agents and then they're going to be listing those resales in some markets. They're still selling those leads to agents at like a ridiculous referral th-they but that's going to be ending soon. So what you're going to be looking at is the sea change in the way essentially zillow interacts with you. Because they're taking the gloves off and you're going to see they've had dig gnarly fists hiding underneath those nice little velvet gloves for over fourteen years now and you've just not even wanted to realize it. Now why did you have realized that you just didn't care because you didn't know of any other way to generate your own business because you didn't know how to generate listing leads zillow's achilles heel has always been that they have to essentially piece the real estate industry because at the time they weren't a real estate brokerage and they had then they had like i think was julie fiber hundred or thousand remember individual relationships with individual brokerages to get their individual listings fees. So zora had to go out to the marketplace and go directly to brokers and sort of bypass the whole system so they can have listings on their site but that was a competitive disadvantage them because realtor dot com always had the newest listings. 'cause realtor dot com obviously was plugged into all the molasses. Guys understand

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It's a Wonderful Life With Gigi

Recovery Happy Hour

06:36 min | 2 years ago

It's a Wonderful Life With Gigi

"All right. Today's interview is released. Special gee-gee langer has been sober for thirty. Four years used a twelve step program but what is so wonderful about. Her story is all of the other resources that she's used to do. Even deeper healing. We talk about energy work. Inner child healing topping Rural linguistic reprogramming. Meditation cranial sacred healing and outta jillian really incredible books to read all of which are linked in the show notes. This is proof that healing goes on forever and that your recovery won't look the same forever. Either she is the author of the book fifty ways to worry less now and is retired in florida with her husband. It was an absolute joy to get to know her. Here's digi langer hygiene. How are you. I am great. I'm so glad to be here. And yeah i'm so excited to be having recovery. Happy hour with you today. Thank you for taking the time to to share your story of recovery. I'm going to start this interview. The same way i start every interview and that is what is your name and your sobriety date and would you have described yourself as a high or low functioning drinker when you were drinking langer smy name and my sobriety date is february. Eleventh nineteen eighty six. And i was still a high functioning. I except in the area of romance in the area romance. I was extremely low functioning. I mean are we ever high functioning their love and logic those two things. Just don't mix well well. Why don't we just say that to other people. It looked like i was high functioning dairy cow. Mary go. I think i'll i think all of the above is super relatable before we get into your story. Tell me real quick just about what you're doing right now where you live. How old you are what you do for a living family hobbies anything like that. I'm retired. And i'm a little over seventy and i live in southwest florida. I grew up outside of chicago area and then travelled all over in my rambunctious years twenties and thirties. And most of my time. I've lived in michigan for the last several years just this summer. My husband and i moved down to florida. We have a little condo here. We have our kitty with us. And i don't have any children. Because i couldn't stay married long enough and snow grandchildren. So yeah life is good. I don't know what else you asked me. I think that hobbies. What do you like to do for fun right now. In south florida. Play a little golf You know. I have a blog and a lot of service work and a a nonprofit. I'm on that helps. Connect women in sobriety and i do a newsletter and i'm working on another a workbook for how to worry less and my husband and i play we. We just have a good time yeah. I'm very grateful that is fantastic. We'll let's get into your story and in five ten minutes or less. Tell us how long you drink. Tell us how long it was a problem and why you decided to stop you know. It really wasn't a problem for a long time in high school. I got drunk really drunk once and got deathly ill and had a blackout and everybody said how fun. I was a couple of times in college. I got drunk and did not stupid things. And and then i got married and started a teaching career and and he didn't really drink so i drank very little toward the end of that that it. It's kind of a long story about that marriage. But anyway i was very desperate at the end and i discovered marijuana so in my you know. Twenty three or so. I discovered that marijuana killed the emotional pain that i was going through. I really preferred marijuana. I could drink about six. Or seven beers. You know and i got through grad school by getting high and at night to ease the stress and it was really when i was around thirty four years. Old let's see. I had already been divorced twice. I was finishing my doctorate. I had gotten through that with the aid of drugs and alcohol just to calm anxiety and And i lived with two other guys long term. And so i met this guy who was different from all the other guys and i thought. Oh this is. The john and i moved to michigan and we got married very fast and within nine months of marrying him. I went to a bar picked up a stranger and he had marijuana and i started having this affair. You know with this guy. And and i went out to bars a couple of more times when my husband was traveling. My third house but my new you know went home with strangers. Finally i went running to a psychologist. I said what is wrong. With this problem. I have a brand new phd from stanford. And i have this private cd life and my professional life is looking better and better in my private life was worse and worse and he said well you're in the early stages of alcoholism you know. He got my family history and He said just try for a month or two. Try having one or two drinks but stopping and see what happens. Well sure enough. I tried to do his experiment. And sometimes i have two drinks and stop just like a normal drinker. Other times i would have the two drinks and then it was third drink and fourth rank and pick up the stranger and do crazy things that no one could get me to leave and eventually it. I could see the pattern very clearly. That if i had even one drink i could not trust myself to do really dangerous things for myself and other people

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It's a Wonderful Life With Gigi

Recovery Happy Hour

05:46 min | 2 years ago

It's a Wonderful Life With Gigi

"All right. Today's interview is released. Special gee-gee langer has been sober for thirty. Four years used a twelve step program but what is so wonderful about. Her story is all of the other resources that she's used to do. Even deeper healing. We talk about energy work. Inner child healing topping Rural linguistic reprogramming. Meditation cranial sacred healing and outta jillian really incredible books to read all of which are linked in the show notes. This is proof that healing goes on forever and that your recovery won't look the same forever. Either she is the author of the book fifty ways to worry less now and is retired in florida with her husband. It was an absolute joy to get to know her. Here's digi langer hygiene. How are you. I am great. I'm so glad to be here. And yeah i'm so excited to be having recovery. Happy hour with you today. Thank you for taking the time to to share your story of recovery. I'm going to start this interview. The same way i start every interview and that is what is your name and your sobriety date and would you have described yourself as a high or low functioning drinker when you were drinking langer smy name and my sobriety date is february. Eleventh nineteen eighty six. And i was still a high functioning. I except in the area of romance in the area romance. I was extremely low functioning. I mean are we ever high functioning their love and logic those two things. Just don't mix well well. Why don't we just say that to other people. It looked like i was high functioning dairy cow. Mary go. I think i'll i think all of the above is super relatable before we get into your story. Tell me real quick just about what you're doing right now where you live. How old you are what you do for a living family hobbies anything like that. I'm retired. And i'm a little over seventy and i live in southwest florida. I grew up outside of chicago area and then travelled all over in my rambunctious years twenties and thirties. And most of my time. I've lived in michigan for the last several years just this summer. My husband and i moved down to florida. We have a little condo here. We have our kitty with us. And i don't have any children. Because i couldn't stay married long enough and snow grandchildren. So yeah life is good. I don't know what else you asked me. I think that hobbies. What do you like to do for fun right now. In south florida. Play a little golf You know. I have a blog and a lot of service work and a a nonprofit. I'm on that helps. Connect women in sobriety and i do a newsletter and i'm working on another a workbook for how to worry less and my husband and i play we. We just have a good time yeah. I'm very grateful that is fantastic. We'll let's get into your story and in five ten minutes or less. Tell us how long you drink. Tell us how long it was a problem and why you decided to stop you know. It really wasn't a problem for a long time in high school. I got drunk really drunk once and got deathly ill and had a blackout and everybody said how fun. I was a couple of times in college. I got drunk and did not stupid things. And and then i got married and started a teaching career and and he didn't really drink so i drank very little toward the end of that that it. It's kind of a long story about that marriage. But anyway i was very desperate at the end and i discovered marijuana so in my you know. Twenty three or so. I discovered that marijuana killed the emotional pain that i was going through. I really preferred marijuana. I could drink about six. Or seven beers. You know and i got through grad school by getting high and at night to ease the stress and it was really when i was around thirty four years. Old let's see. I had already been divorced twice. I was finishing my doctorate. I had gotten through that with the aid of drugs and alcohol just to calm anxiety and And i lived with two other guys long term. And so i met this guy who was different from all the other guys and i thought. Oh this is. The john and i moved to michigan and we got married very fast and within nine months of marrying him. I went to a bar picked up a stranger and he had marijuana and i started having this affair. You know with this guy. And and i went out to bars a couple of more times when my husband was traveling. My third house but my new you know went home with strangers. Finally i went running to a psychologist. I said what is wrong. With this problem. I have a brand new phd from stanford. And i have this private cd life and my professional life is looking better and better in my private life was worse and worse

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Shaq Attack

Pop Fashion

06:09 min | 2 years ago

Shaq Attack

"I started our tell them. It's me god. Hey y'all this is lisa and his car and this is pop fashion. Lisa how are you. I'm i'm on the edge of my year car. I ready to fall off a cliff. Twenty twenty clip into an abyss. That's probably secretly a post office. That is a great mental image to start off the show. I appreciate that this is about to fall into a endless pit of male. Excellent corley wraps mail. Yeah that's my entry to. That's what i have to contribute today at. Look into the post office like every other day for the past week. Why did i want so badly to wrap the gifts that i ordered online and then mail them to my family. I see the post office is where i go to lose faith in humanity. I know at such a mailing quagmire right now to. It's harsh out there. They're talking like it's historic level problems with shipping right now so everybody just hang on. Santa will get there when he gets there right. It'll get there but like also if you're y'all bends the post office you're done but just i just want you all to like think of me. Finally when you mentally envision me waiting in line at the post office and the woman behind me. Just talk to me. No and tells me that. Her muscle relaxer made her constipated. This this really truly happens like two days before we're recording. And i was like fuck my line. Wow wow wow lisa why these people engaging in so many reindeer games on my car and gets on the phone today. She's like these reindeer games. Call it everything from now until the end of the season man. My buddy better stop at those reindeer games. You can send that right through january. That's a that's a it's seasonal because it's winter you know reindeer don't just disappear on december twenty six. I ended that. Yes right i mean. They aren't mythical they actually. They're real with that in mind. Should we i mean. Let's talk about some reindeer game right here. So we're going to start with the sing. y'all wanna talk about. Let's on our instagram here. We go anna winter at legit wrote my notes. Anna wintour t. s anna wintour s. She's been editor in chief of us. Vogue for the jillian years like honestly since nineteen eighty eight. That's older than a lot of you. And since two thousand fourteen she's been conde nast. Us artistic director and now she's got a new promotion. All of a sudden conde nast was named her. Its first ever global chief content officer which means that she will oversee all five vogue editions worldwide and all of conde nast brands so that includes chiku new yorker vanity fair bunches of others. It is all an effort to unify u s global segments of the publishing house of conde nast but like anna wintour has not had the easiest year. Cutting ask first of all. He's laying off people. So which is not a good look for the company right and then you're going to promote this woman who like basically runs the media world and whole bunch of black and brown folks. Staffers came out this summer and said that when toward didn't take them seriously over the years that she's been editor she brought to do better but the question in my mind is just. Do we need to just keep giving anna and tour promotions. She still going to be out. Yeah so she's going to oversee all twenty-five vocations worldwide including the us one that she's already editor us and olive conde nast brands like being the. Let's backup. I would like to call this segment the wind tour of my discontent. They give all day to say that to me. No i haven't. But when i start thinking about those reindeer games led me here. We go down this road She's gonna stay to editor vogue. She's doing all this other stuff and goodness knows when you have one job you want seventeen other jobs. One of my guys are hilarious when we put this up on instagram. Because i put up without terry and then you guys just ran with it. We have the best listeners. You guys are so funny so insightful. And so so laser sharp. Just cutting like y'all are are cruel and i like it our listeners. Lauren dropped in. The comments are instagram post. I like how you just dropped. That turned here. That was exactly the one. I thought you were gonna say. Yeah which first of all you know who i am because i just wanted to present without commentary and see what happened I am struggling with understanding. The torah really did have a place in fashion history. That was very important. Juxtaposed with it's time to go. I look back. And i wanted to kind of like look through some dates and i want to remind everybody that this magazine has been around since eighteen ninety two it had its first black person to photograph the vote cover and twenty eighteen twenty eighteen. That is shameful. She cannot say but she's vowing to do better and then nothing changes. I just like i. I can't i'm wrestling with the idea that like. She harnesses power when she wants to. And then this summer when she had an apology. Not i've just basically like not including black and brown people.

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IKEA greenhouse cabinets

On The Ledge

07:12 min | 2 years ago

IKEA greenhouse cabinets

"Keeping tropical plants. Happy in the average home is not the easiest thing so many of us resort to things like humidifiers in an attempt to keep that humidity up but in recent years. Lots of gross have been turning to the jillian swedish superstar kia for a solution to their problem turning book standard glass cabinets into beautiful indoor greenhouses for their precious plants. So how did this trend begin. What benefits can it. And how do you go about doing it. My cabinet ministers for today to canadian plonk growers cami and vinnie both of whom have tons of expertise in making awesome ikea cabinets. He is cammy. Who's cami plants on instagram. To explain how she first came across the concept. The first time i saw it was Instagram page in By robin and she used to have this wonderful idea set up where she had to a male. Spo cabinet in fabric four cabinet and it looks really nice In i had like one of those plastic greenhouses where i kept my more rare plants in iraq. Like the idea of having something that will showcase the plants and and looked nice in a room but also help with To preserve the environment that they need to thrive so that. That's where i found that. I founded in instagram. Maybe a year and a half ago or so and also found my friend vinnie. Who had his set up all sorted and we actually met. Because i started setting up mine Through instagram and he was showing me Tips and to do it. And that's how we connected mills boat and fabric as i key products. The names seemed to come out of nowhere. But if you've ever seen an instagram post with a cabinet with glass doors and walls and a metal frame and a fair number of arrowheads stuffed inside. Then the likelihood is it's probably one of these items because they are sold in their millions all around the world but what did these cabinets offer. The makes them so much better than well set of shelves. Cammie believes it's all down to the control. They give you over the volume of your plants. We all are getting into this expensive rare plants right now and in order to keep them a thriving. We have to keep their environment to a certain standard. Right humidity lied air circulation. And it's harder to keep that into a perfect level when we are dealing with hundreds of square foot of over home and if you keep the the whole room super humid in our house you know we are prone to mold and things like that so the cabinets are perfect solution that looks nice in our homes and is not like one of those plastic agreeing Houses a weekend by online so it looks aesthetically. Pleasing is easy to rig into something that the plants will like and they're not super expensive because he's i key is something that you can get. You know in a lot of places in the world right now and so. It's accessible is not super expensive and it keeps your plants happy so i think that's why and if your house is already filled with modern furniture with clean lines possibly some of it both my career. Then what bet is display your plants in than a minimalist modern cabinet like mills bu or fabric for his binney for most people. It's because it becomes a statement peace within your home if that makes any sense. Even when i made my first videos i mentioned that that you know you have those amazon. Greenhouses your plastic in your technically better than the greenhouses their meddle in. And you have to hack it so that it can become a greenhouse but they don't look good in your house so i think that is that is the primary factor for most people. They want to put their plans. Some display as part of the decoration of their house instead of just putting it behind some sort of plastic sheet. That people won't be able to see it through. That will look good in their leaving roles. Obviously a social media plays a huge factor. You know as people build more and more is being held in start posting photos voice. Start to see how beautiful they are in. Its sitter in that. I believe this popularity in to of buying even though sometimes they don't even need them they just by because look good. So you've bought your cabinet and assembled it what next can just start sticking plots in it or is there anything else he needs to do. Well given these companies are not specifically designed to contain plants. There are a few little tweaks that you'll need to make before your plants can become ensconced so the first thing that in each fear is the light whether your room has enough light to sustain that them growing or if you do need to bring in those extra lights i would say that if you are going to bring the grow lights definitely invest in girl is there are going to withstand time but also they they have a very good spectrum so that the the lead the plants grow in the right way. I also answered this question you might. Qna somebody was asking me whether a plane could grow with just normal away and that's immune aspira of research in the answer is kinda because the way that plants photos in decides they pretty much the entire visible light spectrum but they really thrive in the. I think it's an a blue in the red type of light which creates purplish late. So that's why you see purple. I going on. However what. I also figure it out. Is that if you're an environment like myself you saw in my room. I work this remark. Gay alday this is my office. If i have purple lights all over here he will affect my vision because the human eye is not supposed to be in that type of light so it actually is problematic for me. So that's why. I decided to go with the white lights. I don't know if they are as good as the purple ones but they also over a very good spectrum for the points.

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Making Gay History: Les-Lee in Paris

Making Gay History

05:27 min | 2 years ago

Making Gay History: Les-Lee in Paris

"Let's join studs, terkel, and Leslie, in a room full of raucous patrons as less the proud host begins by sharing a bit of his club's ghoulish history. Actually the place was called the czar before because it was the stable of Duke Giza. And Which? Actually this beam. This right above your head is where he was hung. History then. History. Exactly. That's why they the we know that they couldn't fill the building down even if they wanted to because it's point of history and all points of history in Paris or not allowed to be changed you yourself. I'm not French. No, I'm not I'm Montreal boy from. Canada. And I've been in Paris for seven years now. What led you to. Paris. Actually, my my business. I. I'M A female impersonator I worked to New York and. Walking in Finocchio in San Francisco at the time. And a manager of one of the big shows here in Paris Saami working and asked me to come to Paris. You abused me so. I. I haven't been back since. Scrapped this art or skill female impersonation remembers a small boy I saw someone named Julian Elton. Actually. Was the first. In America whoever became a big star? He did silent movies with Gloria Swanson. Does the the technique, the theme female impersonation itself. has changed a great deal especially in Europe because the female impressed is in Europe they. They are not like the female impersonators in America nor the tax of Jillian Nelson's of being. As. A boy in the daytime and a female impersonator impersonating at night. The female impersonator in Europe have gone to the extent of taking female hormone injection over them growing their own hair and living as women which I don't approve of I don't think they're neither one the other at that point. He realizes that there is this difference. Oh, they do the American theme at leaves Split Life, it's not a life. It's it's like any any entertainer actually I mean. A clown, the clown. In the circus and personality of his own. I'm the Daytona. Maria life. Now Your Tech. Now, what is your your interpretation you believe in the American tation? Do I think that's the whole lot of being female impersonator. I mean there is people who know me and have seen me as a female impersonator. Who I've passed on the street the day after not knowing me at all here then is the scale they are. Yeah. We think we'd be on personnel of many who we personate celebrated figures actresses or Social feed you. Know I do not I have my own personality which I pushed forward and jokes and I sing in my own natural voice I don't try to. Make anything artificial about the the art of my work is just. Looking something different than what I have the art of allusion as. You. Say you singing your natural voice and yet you're female. So this then. Because of illusion would come through as a contralto perhaps noah tenor, a male tenor voice mail tenor voice but the illusion of seeing me as a girls, it becomes more feminine. Is. Doing. Tricks. The matter of Luge Network. So it's a question of being an art and a skill with the rather than the way of life. Exactly. The Place of south of whichever host. The White Food, the menu looks most Tyson. Need you have a certain way? Well, we chose we we have tried to keep the food. Somewhat French home cooking because the French cuisine in Paris is very very hoti seasons and lots of wine and very fancy very heavy. Actually it's the best of cuisine in the world they say L. O. Myself, I prefer a hamburger coca-cola. that. We tried to keep it very simple and the old homemade bread and something we've tried to kept to go with. The atmosphere of the room because it's all in an old wood and Just ordinary flat walls back to you again less UAE. Your theme impersonator. Why did you come to wipe Paris? While they're more female impersonators here there would be another cities in the world no no I don't think so but I think the Art of female impersonating. Much more highly looked at. Only in America regardless freakish as we'll be. In America Tall. Set you feel more perhaps more accepted I mean you're accepted to to a point if you're an entertainer or an artist, they will look at you and respect you I have very very. High respect here in Paris because everyone knows me as being a female impersonator. Like back home of people know me of being a female impersonator. They have shunned their noses in point. which doesn't make any difference to me because they don't pay my bills and if my life long as I don't hurt anyone and I have my family who respect me most important thing

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Netflix's Q3 demonstrates the dreaded 'pandemic pull-forward in demand'

Squawk Pod

05:04 min | 2 years ago

Netflix's Q3 demonstrates the dreaded 'pandemic pull-forward in demand'

"Netflix's just reported in its worst ever earnings MISS INVESTORS BANS quarterly results from the streaming giant Jillian. Boston's on the West Coast this morning joins us with what went wrong in Q. Three. Was it Netflix's or wasn't the analysts Julia? How well expectations that were certainly high and then? Netflix shares today we see them plummeting on the biggest earnings myths and snatch flicks went public those earnings falling nineteen percent short of those analysts expectations now with Netflix. Of course, always about that subscriber number, it fell short of the companies already lowered expectations the company outages two point. Two million subscribers in the quarter in guided the addition of fewer subscribers in the fourth quarter then anticipated. Now, that's not all looking ahead to next year. NETFLIX's warns of some very tough comparisons but co-ceo hastings saying he's not concerned about competition we compete. So broadly, we compete for time against you know tiktok to as well as HBO as well as I tell really, the limiter for us is you know what's the quality of our service How often how many nights you say Oh my God I want to go to Netflix and and watch the next show. In contrast to Netflix snap shares soaring after beating expectations about twenty one percent beating expectations really across the board snaps revenue growing fifty two percent more than double the growth rate than analysts projected with a surprise profit of one cent per share that's compared to the five cents per share loss than analysts anticipated. Now, Becky what's really interesting here is that snap has really benefited from Kovin pushing advertisers to try their augmented reality ad formats and also guys there was a subtle dig at facebook sounds like they may have benefited from that facebook ad boycott well. Julius stay here we want to bring in another voice to the conversation as well. Rich Greenfield joins US right now he's of course, partner and Co founder light said partners and I want to start with Netflix's first. Then we'll get back to the snap story, but but Netflix, you say the real story here is that the bear story is gone. What do you mean these are disappointing numbers, but it does come after a very strong first-half for the company for for a subscriber ads. Yeah. Look look I heard the commentary that you were just talking about in terms of like the biggest. History of Netflix. But remember this is a company where again people are very focused on the subscriber trends and the subscriber trends in the first two quarters far out seated in terms of the beat far outside at Amiss here I think the real story that people should be talking about is that not only are they generating substantial free cash flow this year, but even next year as production is in full swing again, they're talking about that they may be at break even free cash flow and so the financing the sort of the bear thesis on Netflix for years was that they. Don't have the money to finance all of this content they're going to run into capital, they won't be able to finance. They won't be able to raise capital and that was sort of the the the bear thesis that's been ongoing for years and years. They're basically self financing now. So the view that Netflix has a capital raising issue is now gone, and if you start to look out over the next few years in terms of their pricing power and you're starting to move up price in Canada recently in Australia, we think the US will happen either in or early Q. One. Pricing Power and all of a sudden you don't have any cash flow needs in terms of having to raise capital. This thing's going to generate dramatic free cash flow and you're going to see the scale to billions and billions of free cash flow a year. That's what people should be talking about look beating lieutnant missing numbers is never a good thing for stock I get why it's down today make sense that it's down at Ted a huge run this year but I think this is more about consolidating as it continues to move higher. into. The point I think the company said on the call that if there had been another forty eight hours in the quarter, they would have met their projections or even exceeded some of the projections on this. But but when you see a pullback of about five point, three percent today does that represent a buying opportunity to you given how much the stock is already run this year? Absolutely because I think the thing that you need to be thinking about Becky is when you think about what's happened over the last sort Of like six weeks, what's really become clear one, the pandemic isn't just disappearing. You're seeing it flare up again in the US you're seeing flare up across a lot of Europe it even parts of Australasia like this is not going away. So we're all going to be more homebound or in terms of you know kind of entertainment activity for a longer period of time unfortunately over the course of the next six to nine months at the same time, the movie calendar has cleared out like all of the movie studios have. Essentially delayed all of their content two, second-half twenty, twenty one if not into twenty, twenty two, and so the path for Netflix's the runway has been completely cleared. They were going to be putting out movie after movie they've got a Ron, Howard movie hillbilly comes out in a few weeks an animated feature over the moon there's just a ton of content coming and really no competition and so I think that's GonNa really well,

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