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"jim rats" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

09:30 min | Last month

"jim rats" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

"Is. That's a that's just side by most people ain't got problems that's autumn that's Say right there so wait you said you were pregnant otani. Her right manage time will win like i. I knew not. I saw my way. Give light man. Women are super zoom. Ran like that should really is. You don't really know until you situation but the childbearing thing in in just you know. Isn't that mental toughness though. I think that's the thing that drives us for the moms that return. I think about Allyson felix serena williams. You know were you just. It is what we've done so much of our more of our whole life. We've been playing our sport in at the top of your sport is really hard to stop in. Think like you're done because you're pregnant is like oh yeah. No other women have gone through this. I'm not the first mom like let's figure this out. We don't have this baby and nursing nursing under locker room you you know you've got a really is the thing that we go through so much in our bodies went through so much but the leverett a gaming Figure find a way to get back out there. We just we just got up to the dunkin. Kobe go to the hall of fame. How was your holiday fame experience when you got the call. You when the spurs were you flew. May i i was there so it was great to see Kobe Going into the whole thing as well k. g. was outstanding. Tim duncan and all all those men and women bigly cheese. Who else was in there. There was a the coach can. Mochi catch was amazing so anyway was so great. I'm so happy to be a part of that whole family of hall of famers. In to be really honest. I never even knew anything about the hall of fame. It was never anything on my radar at all When i retire. They're like you know it takes five years. In five years you get to be inducted. Bid on all the awards adding really get it Until you really go there and you see like hang out like this. It was major. And i was really thankful you know probably hardest things. What are you wearing but each school. You know i. I just said a speech that it was titled. I didn't get here. I didn't get your by myself. Is you know how to get along. It was just so many people my mom my sister gosh. My husband is the whole process. All my teammates. I've had some amazing teams. That has an amazing coaches and so to be inducted into the holiday. I know it's an individual reward but it really is. You can't get there without all the amazing people who support you. So i really give homage to everybody coaches in all other hall of famers said When they get in they really realize is kinda hit. Them is like they rewind from the first time. They grabbed the ball from our coaches teammates. All the way back to this point with it like kind parents for you like you. Just just go back to banda early days. All the way to so now the ups and downs. Yes i think. The biggest thing i think about is a my homegirl. Shea shaves her name. Says we play ball. I went to junior high compton and My first time going actually. I wasn't even abolish so listen. I played double dutch every day. And i was in drill team so i was like shaking dancing in the streets and jumping double that seven seven grade. I go and i'm like six. This is ridiculous because my daughter is six months she thirteen. I was six foot at twelve. So i go into middle school. Yeah was up. They're always going to middle school. An ear shea. You everybody calling shane. I'm like tangles shea. Like evaded hurt me like shea shea on the basketball team i'm like okay. Dad moment for me. Although god was pay attention. What but i'm like. Dan ought to be like saying like everybody basketball. No saying the guys the man. I was like man i wanna be. I wanna be that right. But between that in e saying i want to be the go to person. I want people to ball when the basket i seek its planet but it's just. It was shade for me so shared houses day and shay was such a nice girl like she was she was a baller like she was but she was kinda played. Like Do you think about. She was kind of like a person who you think. Kind of like a a strong carmelo. Anthony like like in the way she got buckets from everywhere. Six blocks your rebound. Yeah girl sears. Amazing but just seeing her was like i want to. I want people to know my name. I won't be able to be like who is that. There is like funny like that man. zoom you. This is the one of sophie's back as it is imagine. That's the big three coach of the year shelf. Like tell me how that experience. Because i as you know we played against doc. I played in the league and co's lieberman nasty while loved. Death was my coach. Seems the i wanna do you. Coaching men and women. No we'd love caused the minute. I was extremely proud to be part of that team. Is she coast in the help her be when a championship and of the house. Your experience coaching joan. All of those guys are already know kind of what you say. But it was great. It was great. The experience was great. You know again. I learned a lot Because i had never really been a coach right. I mean like i'm just trying to think i hadn't really coached before maybe a little bit a few times here and there but nothing like this right but i realize it few things as a coach have to be a good listener. You know you can't come in like your dictator but you also have to be competent. Which is very important. I'm a student of the game. I love the game. I understand game. I see the game. I see things before it happens. You know the same way in the hooper does a so for me. It was like what. Can i do to help my team win and is really just about bringing that edge right the edge of every player that we're about the face i'm going to watch and scout of digger with they like to do and getting my players that edge and then the other thing was about our plays execution of what we're doing and so it was a lot of fun i love every minute of it. I think i challenged you know my is to really step up in to be available. Be ready be ready for change. And i challenged them and i think i challenged him in a way where they were kind of like. You know filling the out a little bit. I but leadership was important. I think i heard their respect Joe obviously has the leader in a captain the gm of the team. I had jim rats which was great. My guys loving. Jim and you know like i told him. Don't don't have do it if you will do right. Let's not do it at all. Don't put my name on it. Because if i could play i would play. You know what i'm saying like that's just how passionate i am about it and i'm gonna approach it the way that i would as a player i'm gonna give you my all so my all is somehow i coach my scouting. My you know just that little edge that you need to be better in common place. So i think the biggest place that we had Some friction one was losing when we lost to your team. I didn't know because i was out. I lost in our only loss but when we loss at didn't realize as a coach like losing feels like you played. You know what i mean. I was just a whole week. My family was like i'm hot like last. Jbc now and i didn't know that so And i didn't like that but it was cool. Low key a little disrespect for you know in the win. So that was about that. You know like okay. They didn't even get our hands. I that was real real real reuss. I'm like okay. We need to see that scene again. That's for sure. But at the same time i i loved it i love the fans. I love the process. I loved all the competition. I love the games. man. I wasn't i was so into it. That's how i became a coach. Actually i sat next to cuban came to watch you guys like the year before he came to my indian and i was there i was over there. Coaching men take a roll cut to the basket. Acute was leg looking right. Like that's not how you can do that. You know so. I was just talking to us because i like the fact that we have jobs and talk about basketball and get paid is ridiculous. It'd be doing anyway so it was kind of like it was sweet. It was a poetic for us to win a championship again. Ansi who loves you know..

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"jim rats" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"jim rats" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"You'll sound almost like you're sitting here with us in the studio tonight it's Ian Tyler, and mark. So we're GONNA START OUT TONIGHT WITH A story I've had sitting for a few days from NPR. It's because it's it's not New Jersey, but it's interesting and It does have to do with what's going on right now that specifically the fact that things are being driven underground we were just out tyler you weren't with us, but we are at the local bar here that takes crypto currency in town, and they got their TV's on the news and sports and stuff like that on, and so one of the stories was a Massachusetts town has busted any legal daycare operation. Now, that's not to say that something like an illegal daycare couldn't have been done before or wasn't being done I mean certainly they were being done certainly, they were being done. It's a way to lower costs babysitting basically yeah. You don't have You just don't go and get the permission slip from the government and get some trustworthy friends who have kids and they bring their kids over and they go to work. Right. As long as nobody talks than it's successful, operation could go in as long as nobody's niches on what's going on. You got to say that with a Boston as long as nobody I can't do. I can only do sort of a New York accent. was. So, that's Whether it had to do with covert or not you know that's happening more now because well on your Cova. Did Not Allowed to have daycare centers operating from what I understand right and a lot of places I don't know if that's true here in New Hampshire Massachusetts and I it's it's true I don't know what the rules are but I suspect that if it's not a large business, a multinational corporation, absolutely that'd be how many daycare centers are. Multinational. Not that's why they're not open. Right. So you you still have people who have kids who have to work and they feel like they can't leave him at home for whatever reason they're not old enough or whatever, and so they need to have them taken care of and so the market is providing that service, right? It's just doing it illegally now. So they've driven daycare underground and that's not in the story actually here is about secret gyms. Orasure also, now, a thing it was probably never underground at any point in the history of having a gym. You probably never had to have a secret Jim, but now you do story is coming from NPR. My friend Evelyn is an immigration lawyer and she recently had a meeting at a Foreign Consulate Downtown San Francisco which of course, is one of the most locked down. Places. It was the first city to go on total lockdown. Remember we talked about it like was the first week or two I think. Within the whole. Thing, starting in in early March they had total lockdown was where it wasn't that where I think the people were like singing out of their windows because they weren't even coming outside of their homes for like any reason whatsoever. So, as she walks towards the buildings metal detectors, the security guards told her, she couldn't bring her backpack in. So she had to leave she was worried this would make her late. So she frantically began for a safe place to stash. She walked down the street and her is caught a gym storefront with one of those garage style roll down metal doors. It was slightly open Evelyn duct in under the door and noticed a guy in workout clothes. Conducting training in a small group of other guys in the back using exercise machines they looked more lean, fancy fifth and Roy fit pro. She said Evelyn was dressed in a work suit the the feds and started startled everyone she came in she sheepishly explained she just needed a place to store her backpack which put them at ease but with California outlawing indoor fitness centers during the pandemic, she also remarked that she was surprised to see they were open. Oh we're not open said one of the trainers. Whatever l'an uncovered can only be described as a speakeasy? Jim. You know illegal hush-hush like the underground bars during the prohibition era these underground gyms appear to be popping up everywhere from Los Angeles to new. Jersey one fitness freaking and Arbor Michigan turned to read it to get her fix quote anybody wants one a home gym partner or no of Speakeasy Jim. So just asking openly on local read it. Yeah. They they asked assuring readers in a follow up post not a cop and somebody responded saying that's exactly what a COP would say. Welcome to the covid nineteen prohibition era where Jim Rats have gone underground. Governments can legislate all they want. But prohibiting stuff with eager buyers and sellers is super hard says Jeffrey Miron economist at Harvard University who spent three decades studying prohibitions well, at least somebody is finally studied prohibition because it certainly seems like the prohibitionists have not clearly they continue to tell people that can do that can't do certain things. They can't have a certain things, and of course, we're intimately familiar with the war on drugs. It's been going on for our entire lifetime on free talk live. We've certainly called out the insanity of that. But the insanity is always the same when it comes to prohibition gain. So when it comes to drug use, then you know you see people overdosing because they get product. That's not what they thought that it was or they get product that is what they thought it was, but it was ten times stronger. You know or what is that what they thought it was right and so there's all kinds of problems with the drug marketplace and I suspect we're going to see problems with the underground jim marketplace it may not be as nasty But how many of these gyms are running with insurance? You can't run with insurance if you're underground JIM good point. Yes. Are you going to say Oh, no, I just think it's funny. I imagine having to do a secret knocked to get into your gym now you know what I mean it just it. It's weird to me that like I mean imagine if you get arrested or you get a fine for having gone to your gym when you weren't supposed to how do you not feel like you live in some type of authoritarian nanny state at that point? Knowledge that they're not going to go after you for going to your Jim, they're gonNa go after the gym for. Supply because they're not going after the workout enters going out the workout dealers. Shame on them and they're going to run it up the corporate ladder until they find a big workout King I. Mean that's what these morons are doing look. I mean. You know it's. It's. The same old story which look I get it. You're scared the Kobe's have you terrified It's your response. Your health is your responsibility, and if you're concerned about your health stay home, no, the risk you know if you're not in a high risk category, you should be able to do what you want. You know and it's your responsibility to stay away from immuno-compromised people and it's your responsibility to stay away from old people. It's not the government's. Responsibility to stay away, right, it's not. I. Should be able to go wherever I WANNA go if somebody's you know so fragile that they could die if they encounter the spittle from another human being from, you know ten feet away or five feet away or whatever. Then they should not be going out in public they should be living in a bubble and if that's what makes them feel safe if that's what makes because you know some people may be Unicom arising they're just like, I'm just GonNa, live? To go out and live my life. There are people that are there's absolutely people who are doing that and they're they're declaring it, and that also is their business. That's right. Yeah. There's gyms around here. That are open, the rules that they have for with what you do in the gym or completely arbitrary it's like you. got a planet fitness here in town and they're like, well, you have to wear a mask when you walk in. But once you get to your workout station, you can take it off and if you're in that whole general area, you don't have to put it on to go to another machine. So it's like, all right. We're just kind of covering our mouths when we walk through the door and that apparently is enough to appease everyone. So I really see. How much difference that really makes are they doing like obsessive compulsive cleaning now or are you able to share gym equipment with with other people? You know that's the thing it's I can't tell if they're doing obsessive compulsive cleaning because in Jim you should be cleaning this stuff. Anyway I mean it's the. Etiquette to wash the equipment after you use it or spray bottle and wipe it down and frankly I was doing that I was wiping beforehand to because the last person I worked at a gym and I've watched people use the bathroom in the locker room and then walk out without washing their hands. I'm not. You know beforehand, I wasn't as worried. I was worried about Cova because it didn't exist. I was worried about poop. Head..

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"jim rats" Discussed on The News Junkie

The News Junkie

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"jim rats" Discussed on The News Junkie

"We'll get some more your this batches and these Jim Rats in Jersey all by excited to get back in the gym yesterday but what happened outside one of them a place where these gym rats were excited to visit atlas. Jim We'll find out in just a second and we might as well just salute to all the folks out there. That are taking blood on a day. Like this yeah to all the folks from one blood who are getting a flurry of calls in and Appointments. Right now to all the folks who are giving that blood. Yeah so that we don't have to oh and also see line said and I never even thought about this. Could we wait for Sabrina to get back to take a shot? I don't know if you can after donate blood. Got Less blood in your body so then if you had like one drink you would you get. I don't know if they're science to this. Would you get hammered easily? Because you've lowered the amount of blood that's flowing through your system so it's easier to get drunk. I typed in drinking blood after we have working out surgery and number three donating blood. Yeah drinking or not drinking blood after no alcohol after donating blood donut. You're really you're completely saw after. Giving blood is important to follow the post donation guidelines including to avoid drinking for at least twelve hours following your donation. She's GonNa follow that recommendation. She's already done. Good work so shears that. Here's all the folks. Yeah and to Sabrina for forgiveness. The proxy taken one for the team. You know taking twelve hours off so we'll find out if we had the corona virus about forty eight hours. We'll get our results. I mean she's got a call them her results but all reality. We're all getting these results together. True as they on the commercials you hear every five seconds. We're all in this together. We were all in that blood donation together and I think this will be just fantastic news for us. We'll have to wait and see so outside the Atlas Jim in New Jersey. There were a bunch of people lined up and somebody popped up in the crowd and people were not happy. That person was a police officer. Then he goes. I'm a police officer. I got some say boom. They start booing. The police officer and the guy in the crowd surprised everybody. He said you know we're here for everybody's safety. Today we plan for the worst hope for the best. It seems like that's what we have out here today. So he's like we came here for the best. Looks like you guys are being great. Many of these people at Mass on. They seem ready to go. And he said you're all in violation of the executive order of the State of New Jersey. That set have a good time and the COP. Lets them go into the gym. After telling them that they're in violation. I've actually got the moment here and wait till you hear. They reacted.

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"jim rats" Discussed on The News Junkie

The News Junkie

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"jim rats" Discussed on The News Junkie

"Also the governor says gyms or fitness centers can open at fifty percent capacity starting Monday. So Jim rats get out there and do your thing and in not so rosy news it says Governor Rhonda Santa Says Amusement Parks can submit their reopening plans to the state and local officials for review. And he says well. Let's see what we can do. I don't know that sounds promising or not. But that's what they're saying over there from the governor the latest there. You got something big coming up this weekend. Sabrina yes and I have been at this thing for quite some time. You you've seen my roller coaster of emotions you were you. Were not happy about this the other day because you were working on something for this presentation and then it. Wa Think. Both of us were stressed drinking yesterday. Yes we were but we got through it and I feel great this morning because project is complete but This would be if everything was normal fringe festival. Yes which is huge has been going on for years people from all over the country and the world travel to performer attend the fringe festival and every year. I've been asked by La La Sisterhood. The SWAMP SISTERS. A nonprofit here locally For Artists essentially yeah to host the outside stage. Why are the swamp sisters? Actually do something with the swampers Florida. Yeah Okay Florida. They generally have a big stage at this this yearly event and because obviously the current situation. They're not going to do that so they're going to do something different. Yeah so they're doing a virtual festival it's going to be tomorrow. May Sixteenth from eleven..

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"jim rats" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"jim rats" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

"The inserts just the basic media that you could get it was a finite group and as I went through my career and the Internet came about and we started getting into e newsletters who started getting into you know online search. We got into a lot of different things. I realized that you know uh of that. The Internet was this incredible direct marketing medium that I had to learn about now a lot of the people that I grew up with they didn't feel that way some ended but most either stayed in their niche of of direct mail and print or they retired or they got out of the business or whatever because it was kind of intimidating eminating now it was intimidating to me too but what I did was I. I put myself in places where there was I I joined mastermind groups. I went to events of online marketing so I got myself exposed that couldn't become an expert right away but I got myself self exposed to all of it and then was able to bring that back to my company and then after I left board room and that's the end of the career at this point or the beginning meeting of the new career I went and formed titans marketing after I did an event at boardroom. That was the titans of direct response. It was a tribute events. It's a more yellowstone. The founder of boardroom would passed away in two thousand thirteen and then I did that event and then after the event. I said you know what I think. It's time to teach this stuff So I had forty years experience. I went out and I formed a couple of mastermind groups. I got the I got the rights to gene Schwartz's books because he was a good a friend of mine and his wife trusted me with them. I've done swipe files low jamie and now jim rats so I basically created a lot of educational materials and to mastermind groups soon to be three and so the difference so the whole career I did a little more than three minutes but the whole career was was the first thirty.

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Why Is Building Muscle Important for Everyone?

BrainStuff

06:43 min | 2 years ago

Why Is Building Muscle Important for Everyone?

"Today's episode is brought to you by the capital one venture card the capital one venture card you earn unlimited double miles on every purchase everyday and you can use those miles toward travel expenses like flights hotels the rental cars and more just book and pay for your travel using your venture card and redeemer miles toward the cost capital one. What's in your wallet. Credit approval required capital one bank u._s._a. N._a. Look them to brainstorm production of iheartradio. Hey brain stuff lauren vocal bomb here if you think that getting stronger means slinging around the most iron possible at the local gym think again if you think that building muscle is only for buff guys in tight tank tops think again and if you think the term hypertrophy is to scienc- to even say for your own health and well-being you again need to think again yeah i per- tricky is an enlargement of existing cells that leads to an increase in the volume of bodily tissue a four our purposes hypertrophy is an increase of muscle tissue in other words building muscle don't back away. Don't shake your head and mutter. That's not for me. Building muscle is for everyone at just about every stage of life. It's a critical part of staying healthy and you don't need to pump iron to do. You don't need bulging veins. You don't even need to know the difference between a trapeze and a deltoid. You just need to work your muscles. We spoke with brad schoenfeld. A renowned fitness expert was published more than one hundred papers in academic. Journals on exercise is an sports nutrition. He said it's not only growing muscle. It's losing muscle if you don't resistance train whereby you're looking to build muscle it's really static atika choice because you end up losing muscle. Resistance training is simply working your muscles against some kind of resistance that resistance can come in the form warm of weights or stretchy bam's commonly called resistant spans or exercise bands or even your own body weight is you're doing push-up. You're using your body weight to force certain muscles to work work in that counts show and feld said after about the age of thirty five the average person who's not lifting weights is gonna lose roughly a half percent of their muscle mass per per year and that percentage start to accelerate when you get into your late fifties early sixties and then it's exponential after that so what's the big deal with losing using little muscle a being physically active which by definition means building and maintaining healthy muscles improves mental health lowers the risk of stroke improves cognitive function an improved sleep increases joint flexibility and improves balance thereby reducing the risk of falls in the elderly and that's just a few benefits stronger muscles helps strengthen bones and control blood sugar and cholesterol levels. Thus building muscle muscle hypertrophy is a much researched subject end of the course of history recommendations based on that research have changed the key question is how to most efficiently build muscle given a few variables such as the number of repetitions is or reps and the number of sets of any particular exercise a set being a predetermined number of reps so ten reps of say pushups. Maybe one set an exercise exercise. Program may call for more than one set of that single exercise the level of resistance or the load say the weight on a barbell in the gym or the tension in a resistant expand or your body weight if you're doing pushups is certainly a factor to schoenfeld said i think our misperceptions about what actually builds muscle a a lot of times people think they have to lift heavy weights to build muscle. There's actually a lot of good research showing that muscle growth can be developed over a wide array of repetition ranges so so throw out the old notion that heavyweights build strength and lots of reps somehow tone the muscles you can get equally full muscles without cushing eye-bulging. Wait as long long as you do. Enough reps that the final ones are challenging to complete think difficult to impossible in the end the goal is to literally on a cellular level build build more muscle when muscles are exercised enough cellular level damage occurs triggering a process which proteins are dispatched to repair or replace damaged inch cells that process build on existing structures like my oh fibers and sam years a bigger muscle is born of course all of that is just so much science gobbledygook for those concerned only with looking better at a t shirt or keeping their blood sugar from skyrocketing or simply getting down the stairs without a hip shattering tumble hypertrophy. You can also just be doing enough exercise to be strong enough to get those jobs done schoenfeld said using weights as one of the best way to do it the way that you're going into ultimately over time built muscle is by consistently challenging your body but you can just do push ups and other bodyweight exercises things like squats lunges are toast dams that will at least early on have positive effects on strength and muscle growth over time. It gets harder to challenge your muscles but there's ways if you're inventive that you can just use body anyway or resistance bands. The national institute on aging suggests strength building exercise session two more days a week without working the same muscle group two days as in a row. Everybody is different and finding out what works for you may require some experimentation especially when you factor in other variables like diet. It's a good idea to consult a health professional before starting any new exercise or nutrition program but the overall message on per trophy is clear. It's not something reserved for jim. Rats and wannabe schwarzenegger's building muscle is crucial to good health and aging well for all of us. Today's episode was written by john donovan and produced by tyler clan. Brain stuff is a production of iheartradio's. How stuff works and lots of other topics visit our home planet a house networks dot com and for podcast iheartradio iheartradio app apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows montgomery marie county maryland courthouse there are thousands of pages of documents detailing the horrific murders of three innocent people soon as i heard the details dell's i knew my dad was involved right away. Instantly i says lawrence but at the time of the murders lawrence horn was clear across the country. I'm jesmond osmond morris from iheartradio hit home media. This is hitman. 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"jim rats" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"jim rats" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Report with Jim rat sponsored by the Christ hospital the nation for a joint in spine care on seven hundred W. L. W. J. relevant here this morning she is the the storm down south this big tropical storm that could be a hurricane is it effecting airline schedules already it is in fact airlines last couple of days even been canceling flights leading up to that if they don't want to get those silver revenue tubes in harm's way during a condition of we have high wind and the possibility of blowing debris that can actually inflicted damage on the aircraft so they want to make sure that they do what they can they're also letting passengers know well in advance of their flight has been affected again overall their customer service is pathetic but when it comes to situations like this with weather events they are they can see coming okay they do an incredible job of letting passengers know in advance so that long before we get to the airport they're giving us options as far as what we can have it on the flip side may appear aircraft so flight is still scheduled operate and you want to go in later time they've issued those waivers whether waivers that you contact the airline change your reservation and you will be happy with that aggravating and knowing and somewhat expensive change are you expecting tomorrow to be a worse travel date and then today much much worse in fact that Friday into Saturday we is we're gonna be looking forward I don't I think you'll even spill over into Sunday because some of the aircraft on Saturday night that make up the originating flights for Sunday morning I don't think I'll be operating as much and as always airlines err on the side of caution but is the track the storm as quickly as the candle get the the full service back up and running because and we're in the middle of a record crop summer travel season and the last thing they want to do is to keep those airplanes parked out of service for any length of time Larry in bowling in the in the news this morning what's going on with them last year they are my two hundred thirty nine airplanes we got it yesterday they deliver the first six months of this year had some thirty seven percent from last year it's also open the door for air bus who delivered three hundred eighty nine planes in the first six months are on track for record year for the last ten years it's been blowing number one bus number two that's not gonna happen this year man that's the sad but true news on our aviation blog today about sponsors always by the greater Cincinnati northern Kentucky International Airport now the lowest fares in the region such as a new York's La Guardia airport round trip for ninety six dollars round trip you can find that more great deals at frontier at the CVG.

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"jim rats" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"jim rats" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"You have fifty nine UFC one. Oh, six. You have C one forty eight. You're going with it. Talking to the mic talking to the mic. I did ask friend. All right. Go ahead. Wide. You'll see one forty it was Chilver Sanderson, but they didn't fight three times in another question since I got it, right. He's got another stolen stolen foot. Thank you for coming. Appreciate it. Then you can ask your wife. Yeah. No, no. Does does rocks fifty nine one zero six one forty eight? You're going to ask a friend. Who knows it. All right. I just this guy was trustworthy, right here. This guy's wearing your shirt back there. You choose them. Jeez. You look more trust. Shane from cedar go down tomorrow. Ortiz and Griffin. There it is. What do you say do you like it? Yes. Or no. Tito Ortiz and Forrest Griffin to your Forrest Griffin. He is correct. Well done. All right near Greg, give us the update. What do we got in the lead after two rotations steep Amyot chick? We've got Ben Paul Eddie with two points and Steven wonderboy tension, pulling up the rear wonderful here we go. Next category. Emma may gyms. You guys are Jim rats. You'll know this easy. All right. Wonderboy ready, which Jim home to the bad guy child piece. Sunan my guy, Chelsea son, and let's give it up for sale son fighting next week. Was founded by Randy tour, and Dan Henderson in nineteen ninety nine. Tors. Jim, you say it was it was founded on a tour down Henderson in nineteen ninety nine former home to the bad guy chill p. It's not the I'm thinking old school man like lines in final answer. No. He's just not a second round. Right. This is the same right? You can't ask. Yeah. I know man. It's all you. It's all you see. You want to steal it. You wanna see what you don't even throw one out. I have no idea. Oh my gosh. What do you got? What do you do? You want to steal it. I did too. I just couldn't. You want to talk to the mic talking to the mic. All right. I can't tell you. Ten nine eight. Seven six. Pressure to one poll Felder Steeler Steeler in Oregon..

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"jim rats" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:58 min | 2 years ago

"jim rats" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The giants are saying Jo Laker would say to that ad campaign. He would say when it comes to championships wins and glory take the over knowing he would say, that's what he was saying. What did you say you built a city that's interesting because I've just purchased the city. Got it. I think that's a great theory. There's city it's funny that you know, my business sense as somebody once said in these hallways famously. He's got the business sense of an ass. The business sense of I do. It was said about somebody else guy dragging the crucifix me awhile to get over that one. But the business sense of an ant. Oh, by the way, six five. Oh, Saint Bonnie, Jill maybe do a second research it was chemo. And I think he's right chemo was the name of the guy. He said, no, you're UFC history before you speak. That's what it said. I have a video maybe he was biting chemo style. Chemo. The guy's name was chemo. I do. Remember now. Scott him walk out with a crucifix again. Well, that's okay, Bonnie chills. Doubling down six. I mean, that's sort of six five. Come on open right now. I'm gonna look up chemo UFC crucifix. Kimo leopoldo. You talk about a mixed bag. Know what? Now, we're getting into an area that I am out of my all I knows I saw the guy come in. We were baffled. And then Jim Brown spoke to what we were thinking, which is a strange mix of religion and violence that I don't entirely understand Jim Brown. I gotta say because I I'm a fan of Jim rats where we're at our strange mix of pessimism and optimism that we don't entirely understand continue this weird mixed bag of a show in this segment, especially how about the and I'm not kidding. This was like one of the real thrills for me with you doing the show all these years when we got to meet Jim Brown. Yeah. That was way cool, man. You talk about a man with some presence to store you getting your Jim Brown, man. You you you feel that Jim Brown? The name. Jim Brown mean much to you guys that Jenner your generation cope. I don't know. He knows him as the from the movie the dirty dozen perhaps come on, man. Yeah. There's a Lou called the human crucifix Gary Goodridge day, and it's called the cruise. The one carried the Chris, which is a submission move. Yeah. That's. That was his nickname. Well, maybe you'll come out today. Vice call by the way with all these crucifix mentions. I just feel I wouldn't be doing my job with finding Jesus. What's wrong with that? He's got an empty the empty the bench today for you. I was just watching a documentary on Netflix, the the two deaths of Sam Cooke. Oh haven't seen that yet. Documentary, but there's a talks about there's a a night where Muhammad Ali fought somebody and afterwards are also there's a photo. Listen, listen, they're all sitting in a hotel room. It's Muhammad Ali Sam Cooke, Jim Brown, and Malcolm X are all hanging out conversation in one hotel powerful. Soto that's a powerful. In that group. I'm feeling some shame because cope, I'm realizing you told me to watch that like weeks ago, and I'm still dragging. Sorry. My bad my bad. One of my buddies would always talk about Sam Cooke in college. And he would always say Sam Sam cook, his death is shrouded in mystery. He would always say that so love Sam Cooke is Springsteen Bruce love Sam cook. And his death is shrouded in mystery got some pipes, man. Maybe kind of mystery, I don't know about his death. Honestly, even a documentary called the two deaths of samples. That's how mysterious check it out. It's it's it's a big mystery as to as to how he died. She made me a mix tape of Sam cook. And he actually wrote on the little what do you call the binder of the little label or whatever. Yeah. Sam parentheses. My death is shrouded in Mississippi, I cook. Well, I gotta say what's after I watched Bumgarner goes seven and two thirds of to hit ball today. I'll watch the Sam Cooke movie, but I wasn't going to say back to my business sense of an aunt story is that I do I truly do have the business sense of an aunt was, you know, what the problem is other people do my taxes all these things a Moskowitz. You name. It. I I hadn't viewed that the warriors moving into chasing her as a true competition between the giants and the warriors. I told you Larry to tell you the truth a rising tide lifts all boats that like, hey, you're in the region. We might as well go to a giants game or go to they see it as consumer has X number of dollars where are they spending? It. That's what they see it as well. Do not only that Murph. But I look at it almost like the sopranos, and I'm not kidding. This is kind of a joke. But not really when Tony soprano who basically if you didn't watch the show he was the boss who ran all the north jersey. Then all of a sudden remember that episode like in season three whatever also Jonny sack buys a house out in jersey K and Tony's like, you know, I thought you were in New York. This is me I run jersey out here. I'm not gonna stick my beacon. But I'm just saying like if you're the giants you own the city, and now these guys move in Murphy moving like, basically next door. Like the right. There is all like that move on the other side of town up by the ocean or anything dude there, right? Okay. You guys are ruining opening day the spirit of opening days. A fresh start endless possibility. Give time before you rag on the giants don't bring me down. Let's go giants. Sure yesterday, he need to be with us from six AM because we came out as new us, and we were optimistic, and we will playing the Darren Shan audio every hour, then we talked about the fact that Rousseau came in with well Pauley with some high heat talks when he came in waiting time, and we were sort of knocked us off our stride. So we were just being open about the fact that our optimism had been had been sort of brushed back with some Rousseau realism. But that will get back to the optimism because it is opening day. And we owe it to Boji enough said who's joining the show at nine fifteen today. Daily dose of dubs. There was a basketball game last night. We've treated the warrior win today. Like we used to treat like they're twenty eleven games jumping Joe unhappy about this, by the way the night. Kevin Durant had we'll detail at a minute because he was on fire. Not the night. Chicago died the night. Kevin Durant had Vanni Joe with the roads dubs and Boji. Stick around. What do you got myself traffic.

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"jim rats" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"jim rats" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Really shed some light on retirement accounts. We went into a bunch of fun different directions in that last segment as far as making sure the retirement accounts are protected keeping them growing identifying the fees, and I can't I I always feel like it's hard to really talk about the fees inside of a retirement account on a radio show because hard to really visualize. How negatively impact they can be? But it doesn't end up being that landslide victory. If it's something that you can avoid I saw an article a little while ago that kind of broke it down into into years of income. And it was saying how the average household can can end up paying on average three years of income just to pay their fees inside of their 4._0._1._K inside of their retirement account, three years worth of income that scales nicely because the more money, you make dollar wise, the more you usually save even. The same on a percentage scale. So they were breaking it down. So if you make a hundred thousand dollars a year, you should really anticipate paying about three hundred thousand dollars in retirement fees. If you make fifty thousand dollars a year, you should expect to pay about one hundred and fifty thousand dollars in retirement fees, and it's all because of how much is going into those accounts, and they take that percentage off that holding. But I wish we could do a whole show just on how to avoid paying these unnecessary fees unnecessary fees. But the financial institutions are like, well, these are very necessary. If we're going to be the largest real estate holders in the world because they make a ton of money off of this. And then they reinvest it like crazy now one of the things though, whether you're just tuning in. Maybe your first time listener, maybe you've been with us for the whole show get excited the best is yet to come and one of the questions. I love to kick out to Larry is is they know a lot of people have the concern with time. How how much time is it gonna take how much time I need to put into this. Do I have enough time because let's face it. We all have twenty four hours a day, and we're already using all twenty four of them. And whenever Hollywood makes a movie about trading. They don't make it seem. Easy. But what are some of the things Larry that that allow people to really take this very easily and put it into their life. A lot of students finally realizing gains some perspective in the kademi. You know, we've been doing this for over twenty years right now. But a half a million students have come through our program. We actually have fifty physical campuses around the world right now. And what we share with most of our students is getting them in the right mind frame because I once read this is pretty fascinating that on average most people only have three thousand five hundred weeks in a lifetime. Think about that. Now, you know, most of our listeners right now are saying and they're taking up their calculators and multiplying what their ages currently right now times fifty two. But what does that mean to you? And that's where people start to realize, man. I don't want to spend the rest of my life, working this hard. So it doesn't really matter your background where you come from educational background. If you're somebody. That's coach -able linked to learn a new skill. Learn from somebody else be able to follow what a simple step process could mean for you. Then you can have some high probability of gaining a lot of. Goals at you're searching for and I know that for some right now most people right now like I said it earlier don't wanna work second job. If anything they want to pull back and live more of their lives. And I know some students, for example, Gabriella she's one of our students when she was a single mom who basically needed kids to school, and she didn't want to have to get a second and third job. That's only gonna take further away from her kids. So she learned how to trade not only wish able to put a two kids through school Ryan. But you also knew car so people are starting to realize that there's a lot of advantages to learning how to trade strategically as opposed to continuing to live your life emotionally, and it ends up being prioritizing things to write, you know, just getting things going and making and making it happen. You know, my my grandfather always shared with me, his five success principles and one of them is just do it. Right. Just do it. Go and make it happen. Nobody's going to make it happen for you. But I had a friend that I that I used to work with a lot. We had a few different projects that we got involved with this is even before I was I was doing any any work with Online Trading Academy. And we had a lot of fun together did a bunch of golfing together a bunch of trips like that. And while we had these little projects. But I remember one day we were up in Seattle, and and we're both kind of Jim rats, and we were lifting. We're doing a lot of weight lifting and everything back, then is one of our one of our hobbies and we've been golfing throughout the day, and we were in the gym that night, and and the scale had to have been wrong because when I was stepping on it the number that it was given to me was way higher than what I was anti and admittedly. I had packed on quite quite a bit of pounds. And I wish I could say that they were all muscle. But they they were not I used to complain about this. I used to be like, oh, yeah. I need to lose. I need to lose some weight. I need to do this. I need to do that. And what my friend. Rob would always say to me. He'd always say, you know, what if you actually cared? You do something about it. And I always say true friends, stab you in the front, right? And one of the things that rob rob used to say that about everything says, well if you cared you'd actually do something about it. So you know, what we need to do is I want to get another stream of income in this type of income. And I talk about it for a while. Then finally he'd get really annoyed me talking about. And he'd say, you know, what if you cared? You'd actually do something about it. And it really just comes down to prioritizing. Things because we're now in February. Right. We're beyond the beyond the failure point of most New Year's resolutions. But at the same time how many people out there made a New Year's resolution to make a little bit more money to make a little bit morning have an extra stream of income. But we haven't yet. And it really if we look in the mirror, and we're honest with ourselves. We haven't done it yet. Because we haven't done it yet. Really? That's really what it boils down to. And I was just goes back to what my buddy Robbie seeing if he actually cared. You do something about it. Prioritize it make sure that it happens. Don't wait for it to happen. One of the things that we can do though one of the things that's necessary is the know how is the knowledge the skills in order to generate that income, you know, suing that's one of your New Year's resolutions. That's one of your goals, and one of the things we can do to really help a few people. Get started though, you like we've said a few times throughout the show. How about we do a little giveaway and get a few people go. Yeah. The snacks getting lower. Let's do it. The stack is getting a little bit lower. So if you've been listening, you haven't called you're going to want to do so because we are almost out of tickets. But right now, we've got a half day class coming up in your area and a half day classes, where you're going to see exactly what it takes to really live life on your own terms generate multiple streams of income through the financial markets. You don't have to rely on that J O B. Now, just a second. You're gonna have a chance to win a set of passes one of these half day classes, so if you're driving now's a.

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"jim rats" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"jim rats" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"So. Player development guys. You know, making them understand. You know, this is the direction and the focus that you gotta have because you know, you never know what was going to happen. It's a cliche. But like, you're not gonna get anything. You're not gonna get anything easy. You got to work for it. Right. I mean, that's an any occupation basketball CJ McCollum Damian letter there there are definite guys, Jim rats, right? And our NBA stars. Right. Yeah. Dingo to the Hugh schools. They went to the school that they needed to go to get the position of their. So when you look at guys, and I'll even name a few and UNLV guys like an Anthony Bennett. Okay. And I don't wanna I don't wanna rag on the kid, but let's just call it. What it is. He had the reputation right off the bat is the number one pick. He thought he was entitled he showed up not in shape. And now he finds himself out of the league. And he's been out of the league for quite some time. I mean, there are guys like that who are entitled and they feel like they deserve to be there. No matter what. And they never ended up panning out in the league. And he was the talent. Without a doubt. He was telling me he was a monster. Maybe the number one pick is where he shouldn't have gone one two three one through five. I was surprised. This is not going to be. Jeff Van Gundy was too. On the the video game. Now, if you know what I mean, the the money is that not that was different. You know, maybe it was a bad situation. But bad place to be drafted. You know, what I don't totally necessarily believe I should have been drafted Scotto booze would brand being drafted his power for the year before Ryo, but things happen. You know, you just try to make the best of it. And you know, I was on the best. But he was definitely a force. Yeah. No question. So you guys, you know, you playing college ball now, and and he played high school ball and you're about to play high school ball. What do you guys think of the game right now? What is the most difficult thing for you guys? When you're out there on the floor to deal with the officials is it your teammates. Is it your coaches, obviously, you're twenty one years old today, by the way, happy birthday? Stuck with me in a radio stations twenty one and we know. It's your twenty first birthday. No. You're not going out. Like part is Marcus gonna let you party it up or what's what's kind. Kid. Oh, that's cool. That's nice to hear. That's nice here. Because this is a party. What are you guys talent? You guys have been here. Six years writing. What do you guys think of Las Vegas? Strip. I don't really think that'd be party. Yeah. I think everybody out lives outside of here. Thanks party time. I don't like the strip is early much to be honest. Good restaurants. I like the entertainment have you guys been to a hockey game yet since we need to get a lot of fun. I'm getting so we got all these college basketball tournaments, right guys. We got all these in fact tonight is the west coast conference tournament starts at the Orleans. I've seen guys at some games. It's at the Orleans tonight. Gonzaga is going to be there. And then we got the mountain west conference tournament next week got the Pac twelve the t mobile arena. We got the whack you guys. You guys gonna be gone to any of these games? He's going to be back at school. Oh, you're going to be. I believe that. I'm not mistaken. It's next week. These last game is at Colorado state this weekend. And then boom determine starts. Mean DJ definitely will be catching some of the games. Isn't it amazing though? I mean, you know, you say it's, you know, forget about the party stuff it's overrated. And by the way, I agree with you. But it just seems like everything happens here. Sports perspective. Now, you guys crazy football fans. The raiders coming down that's going to be producer. He's a cowboy. Oh..

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"jim rats" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"jim rats" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"Available for everyone to use based on the success stories that I've realized and you know, I live that life. I've lived all my life. It's been thirty years competing about going out. And so I've used hugely Shen for performance both to gain weight throughout my career. I've used it with the athletes train. I was a high school soccer coach trains football players at university of Oregon went on to work with the NFL ball players and the host of other professional sports. So it's something it's been a passion of mine, helping people change their lives their health, and you know, I kinda live it here in my house. I'm I'm not too. Wouldn't say I'm not zealous about. It like is kinda on the eighty twenty rule I use this versus incentives and lack of desserts disincentives. But for the most part, I don't have any food to my house, cookies cake and candies and juices, and like, I'm we have lots of plenty of fruit vegetables and whole foods here for them to eat. And so I just try and get them to eat what I eat and get them to go on ten minute walks with me, I have my gym in my garage. And I haven't come out I'm exercising play. And so these kinda see from my example, that's a healthy lifestyle. Very cool. And right now a lot of teenagers out there, especially ones that are involved in competitive high school sports, they're always trying to gain an advantage in the weight room by using supplements or human growth hormones or some kind of performance enhancers, what kind of advice could you give to the parents out there whose kids are are working out hard there Jim rats as far as what substances are dangerous. For kids to be using which ones are safe and effective. Well, I think whole foods about it. I'm not even a fan of protein powders, and and pre workouts and things like that. I don't promote them. I don't sell them. I didn't use them through the most successful parts of my career, certainly when I was in college and in the early nineties competing. I thought that supplements were big deal, and I just learned over time. It's a healthy lifestyle habits, which is improving your sleep.

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"jim rats" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:46 min | 2 years ago

"jim rats" Discussed on KTRH

"Instructor development and top instructor at Online Trading Academy, really shed some light on retirement accounts. We went into a bunch of fun different directions in that last segment as far as making sure the retirement accounts are protected keeping them growing identifying the fees, and you know, and I can't I I always feel like it's hard to really talk about the fees inside of a retirement account on a radio show because hard to really visualize. How negatively impactful they can be but it doesn't end up being that landslide victory. If it's something that you can avoid I saw an article a little while ago that that that that kind of broke it down into into years of income. And it was saying how the average household can an can end up paying on average three years of income just to pay their fees inside of their 4._0._1._K inside of their retirement account, three years worth of income and that scales nicely. Because the more money you make dollar wise, the more you usually save even though it's the same on a percentage scale. So they were breaking it down. So if you make a hundred thousand dollars a year, you should really anticipate paying about three hundred thousand dollars in retirement fees. If you make fifty thousand dollars a year, you should expect to pay about one hundred and fifty thousand dollars in retirement fees, and it's all because of how much is going into those accounts, and they take that percentage off that holding. But I wish we could do a whole show just on how to avoid paying these unnecessary fees unnecessary fees. But the financial institutions are like, well, these are very necessary. If we're going to be the largest real estate holders in the world because they make a ton of money off of this. And then they reinvest it like crazy now one of the things though, whether you're just tuning in. Maybe your first time listener, maybe you've been with us for the whole show get excited the best is yet to come and one of the questions. I love to kick out to Larry is is a no a lot of people have the concern with time. How how much time is it gonna take how much time do I need to put into this? Do I have enough time? Because let's face it. We all have twenty four hours in a day, and we're already using all twenty four of them. And whenever Hollywood make a movie about trading. They don't make it seem easy. But what are some of the things Larry that that allow people to really take this very easily and put it into their life. Well, a lot of our students finally realizing gain some perspective in the kademi. You know, we've been doing this for over twenty years right now. But a half a million students have come through our program. We actually have fifty physical campuses around the world right now, and what we share with most of our students is getting them in the right mind frame because I once read this is pretty fascinating that on average most people only have three thousand five hundred weeks in a lifetime. Think about that. Now, you know, most of our listeners right now are saying and they're taking out their calculators and multiplying what their ages currently right now times fifty two. But what does that mean to you? And that's where people start to realize, man. I don't want to spend the rest of my life, working this hard. So it doesn't really matter your background where you come from. You know, educational background. If you're somebody. That's coach -able linked to learn a new skill. Learn from somebody else be able to follow what simple step process could mean for you. Then you can have some high probability of gaining a lot of the goals that you're searching for and I know that for some right now most people right now like I said earlier don't wanna work a second job. If anything they want to pull back and live more of their lives. And I know some students, for example, Gabriella she's one of our students when she was a single mom who basically need to put a kid through school. And she didn't want to have to get a second and third job. That's only gonna take her further away from her kids. She learned how to trade not only was she able to put a two kids through school Ryan. But you also knew car so people are starting to realize that there's a lot of advantages to learning how to trade strategically as opposed to continuing to live your life emotionally. And and it ends up being prioritizing things to write, you know, just getting things going and making and making it happen. You know, my my grandfather always shared with me has five success principles and one of them is just do it. Right. Just do it. Go and make it happen. Nobody's going to make it happen for you. But I had a I have a friend that I that I used to work with a lot. We had a few different projects that we got involved with this even before I was I was doing any any work with Online Trading Academy. And we had a lot of fun to together did a bunch of golfing together a bunch of trips like that. And while we had these little projects. But I remember one day we were up in Seattle, and I were both kind of Jim rats, and we were lifting. We're doing a lot of weight lifting and everything back, then is one of our one of our hobbies, and I know we'd been golfing throughout the day, and we were in the gym that night, and and the scale had to have been wrong because when I was stepping on it the number that it was giving to me was way higher than what I was anticipating an admittedly I had packed on quite quite a bit of pounds. And I wish I could say that they were all muscle. But they they were not I used to complain about this. I used to be like, oh, yeah. Well, I need to lose. I need to lose some weight. I need to do this. I need to do that. And what my friend. Rob would always say to me. He'd always say. Hey, you know, what if you actually cared? You do something about it. And I always say true friends, stab you in the front, right? And one of the things that rob rob used to say that about everything he says, well if you cared you'd actually do something about it. So you know, what we need to do is I want to get another stream of income in this type of income. And I talk about it for a while. And then finally he'd get really annoyed of me talking about it. And he'd say, you know, what if you cared? You'd actually do something about it. And it really just comes down to prioritizing things because we're now in February. Right. We're beyond the we're beyond the failure point of most New Year's resolutions. But at the same time how many people out there made a New Year's resolution to make a little bit more money to make a little bit morning. Have an extra stream of income. But we haven't yet. And it really if we look in the mirror honest with ourselves. We haven't done it yet. Because we haven't done it yet. Really? That's really what it boils down to just goes back to what my buddy Robbie used always say, you know, if you actually cared. You do something about it prioritize, it make sure that it happens. Don't wait for it to happen. One of the things that we can do though one of the things that's necessary is the know how is the knowledge is the skills in order to generate that income, you know, swimming. That's one of your kind of New Year's resolutions. That's one of your goals, and one of the things we can do to really help a few people. Get started though, you know, like we've said a few times throughout the show. How about we do a little giveaway and get a few people go. Yeah. The stacks getting lower. Let's do it. The stack is getting a little bit lower. So if you've been listening, you haven't called you're going to want to do so because we are almost out of tickets. But right now, we've got a half day class coming up in your area and the half day classes, where you're going to see exactly what it takes to really live life on your own terms generate multiple streams of income through the financial markets. So you don't have to rely on that J O B. Now, just a second. You're gonna have a chance to win a set of passes one of these half day classes, so if you're driving now's a good time to pull over included with your past is going to be a professional insiders kit. Now this kid is packed with lessons from some of our top instructors lessons on topics like enhancing, your retirement strategy. How to make money when the market goes down income generation capital, preservation and much much more the professional..

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"jim rats" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

06:32 min | 2 years ago

"jim rats" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"Trading Academy. Sheds light on retirement accounts. We went into a bunch of fun different directions in that last segment as far as making sure the retirement accounts are protected keeping them growing identifying the fees, and I can't I I always feel like it's hard to really talk about the fees inside a retirement account on a radio show because hard to really visualize. How negatively impact will they can be? But it doesn't end up being that landslide victory. If it's something that you can avoid I saw an article a little while ago that that that kind of broke it down into into years of income. And it was saying how the average household can can end up paying on average three years of income just to pay their fees inside of their four one K inside of their retirement account, three years worth of income and that scales nicely because the more money, you make dollar wise, the more you usually save even though it's the same on a percentage scale. So they were breaking it down. So if you make one hundred thousand dollars a year, you should really anticipate paying about three hundred thousand dollars. In retirement fees. If you make fifty thousand dollars a year, you should expect to pay about one hundred and fifty thousand dollars in retirement fees, and it's all because of how much is going into those accounts, and they take that percentage off that holding. But I wish we could do a whole show just on how to avoid paying these unnecessary fees unnecessary fees. But the financial institutions are like, well, these are very necessary. If we're going to be the largest real estate holders in the world because they make a ton of money off of this. And then they reinvest it like crazy now one of the things though, whether you're just tuning in. Maybe a first time listener, maybe you've been with us for the whole show get excited the best is yet to come and one of the questions. I love to kick out to Larry is is a no a lot of people have the concern with time. How how much time is it gonna take how much time do I need to put into this? Do I have enough time because let's face it. We all have twenty four hours in a day, and we're already using all twenty four of them. And whenever Hollywood makes a movie about trading. They don't make it seem easy. But what are some of the things Larry that that allow people to really take? This very easily and put it into their life. Well, a lot of our students finally realizing gains some perspective in the kademi. You know, we've been doing this for over twenty years right now about a half a million students have come through our program. We actually have fifty physical campuses around the world right now. And what we share with most of our students is getting them in the right mind frame because I once read this is pretty fascinating. On average, most people only have three thousand five hundred weeks a lifetime. Think about that. Now, you know, most of our listeners right now are saying and they're taking out their calculators and multiplying what their ages currently right now times fifty two. But what does that mean to you? And that's where people start to realize, man. I don't want to spend the rest of my life, working this hard. So it doesn't really matter your background where you come from, you know, educational background. If you're somebody that's coach -able linked to learn a new skill. Learn from somebody else be able to follow what a simple step process could mean for you. Then you can have some high probability of gaining a lot of the goals that you're searching for and I know that for some right now most people right now like I said earlier don't wanna work a second job if anything they want to kind of pull back and live more of their lives. And I know some students, for example, Gabriella she's one of our students when she was a single mom who basically need to put a kids to school and she didn't. I want to have to get a second and third job that's willing to take her further away from her kids. So she learned how to trade not only wish able to put a two kids through school Ryan. But she also brought us up on new car. So people are starting to realize that there's a lot of advantages to learning how to trade strategically as opposed to continuing to live your life emotionally. Yeah. And and it ends up being prioritizing things to write, you know, just getting things going and making and making it happen. You know, my my grandfather always shared with me, his five success principles and one of them is just do it. Right. Just do it. Go and make it happen. Nobody's gonna make it happen for you. But I had a friend that I that I used to work with a lot. We had a few different projects that we got involved with this is even before I was I was doing any any work with Online Trading Academy. And we had a lot of fun together did a bunch of golfing together a bunch of trips like that. And and while we had these little projects. But I remember one day we were up in Seattle, and and we're both kind of Jim rats, and we were lifting. We're doing a lot of weightlifting and everything back then is one of our one of our hobbies, and I know we've been golfing throughout the day, and we were in the gym that night, and and the scale had to have been wrong because when I was stepping on it the number that it was given to me was way higher than what I was anti and admittedly. I had packed on quite quite a bit of pounds. And I wish I could say that they were all muscle, but they they were not used to complain about this. I used to be. Oh, yeah. I need to lose. I need to lose some weight. I need to do this. I need to do that. And what my friend. Rob would always say to me. He'd always say, you know, what if you actually cared? You do something about it. And I always say true friends, stab you in the front, right? And one of the things that rob rob you say that about everything says, well if you cared you'd actually do something about it. So you know, what we need to do is I want to get another stream of income in this type of income. And I talk about it for a while. Then finally he'd get really annoyed me talking about it. And he'd say, you know, what if you cared? You'd actually do something about it. And it really just comes down to prioritize and things because we're now in February. Right. We're beyond the beyond the failure point of most New Year's resolutions. But at the same time how many people out there made a New Year's resolution to make a little bit more money to make a little bit morning have an extra stream of income. But we haven't yet. And it really if we look in the mirror, and we're honest with ourselves. We haven't done it yet. Because we haven't done it yet. Really? That's really what it boils down to just goes back to what my buddy Robbie stories say, you know, if you actually cared. You do something about it. Prioritize it make. Sure that it happens. Don't wait for it to happen. One of the things that we can do though one of the things that's necessary is the know how is the knowledge is the skills in order to generate that income assuming that's one of your kind of New Year's resolutions. That's one of your goals, and one of the things we can do to really help a few people get started, though know, like we've said a few times throughout the show. How about we do a little giveaway and get a few people going. Yeah. The snacks getting lower. Let's do it. The stack is getting a little bit lower. So if you've been listening, you haven't called you're going to want to do so because we are almost out of tickets. But right now, we've got a half day class coming up in your area and the half day classes, where you're going to see exactly what it takes to really live life on your own terms generate multiple streams of income through the financial markets. So you don't have to rely on that J O B. Now, just a second. You're gonna have a chance to win a set of passes one of these half day classes, so if you're driving now's a good time to pull over included with your passes. It's going to be a professional insiders kit. Now, this kid.

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"jim rats" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:35 min | 2 years ago

"jim rats" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Bringing you the next generation of health information here the healthiest two hours on radio. Our diet tip of the week. The snowman says stop having intimate dinners for two unless of course, there's another person at the table beside you a lot of people eat for two people, and they're they're only eating for themselves. All right. You've heard of people being put on life support when faced with a health or medical crisis. But there's also something that will enhance your life possibly making it longer and healthier. And you can do it yourself put yourself on a health span support nutrient program like those found in televised. And here to tell us more is the formulator of televised. Rob Martin, rob. Let's let's go nutrient by nutrient if we have time just very briefly and talk about the fourteen key nutrients in this formula the formula that's going to lengthen telomeres, and and it's fully researched and tell us why these are so effective and doing that. Yes. A new you hit on important issue before that ingredients for productivity evidence-based. The ingredients have to be identical to the study in terms of the form of the ingredient and the potency precise. Unfortunately starts you products out there like that. But everything we haven't hit thirty nine ingredients are evidence based let specifically at the him. Promote is this all listed on the website? We get all that all those addresses later, but we're totally transparent. We're the most transparent people you'll see everything about the product the supplement packs on and on and on. Plus, I have a video library with all sorts of issues related to this. Okay. You were talking about vitamin d now you have to be up at the two thousand are you level of vitamin d to have an impact on telomeres studies? Tell us this incredible study from two thousand seven and this is in the American journal clinical nutrition, they looked at twenty one hundred sixty women, and it was it was amazing how high of vitamin d levels were related to. Fewer aging related changes in their DNA. But guess what they would more likely to have longer telomeres, in fact, five years different in telomere, h that's just one ingredient a five year difference in telling your agent, in fact, we we also get the same study with the same result, we green tea, but what's interesting here in another study here, they say, the researchers say our data suggested vitamin d may improve telomere maintenance and prevent cells senescence. Now, we talked to all right? Yes. Counteract the celebration of cellular agent raspberry troll. Of course, we all know that it's the longevity nutrient were nutraceutical why people drink red wine. But unfortunately, it takes what thirty or three hundred glasses of red wine to give you an effective daily dose. Right. Yeah. Yeah. You'll liberal blow up. Exactly that's for sure. So we have the raspberry. I don't have to be labor that everyone knows that. It's a powerful life extending ingredient. Then we have things like elk harnessing, you're not gonna see CARNOT saying in a multivitamin, but we have it because it has been shown to protect and Layton telomeres. It's a wonderful ingredient. It's fights collide -cation, which we could do a whole other show, right? Very dangerous thing they've been your body. And so it's fight stack. But it also will extend those that we have natural wonderful under the great detoxify as Clara Clara, one of the reasons, it'd be toxic side. So well, the cleans your cells because it clears out damage DNA including telomere lengths late today. It's a it's a remarkable substance. And so we have it in their again, all based on research studies, not just you know, hippy dippy do. All right. The next house that grape seed polyphenols now OPEC, those are the active ingredients grapeseed polyphenyls, they are perhaps amongst probably one two or three most powerful natural substances. We know and these old PC's really I have a tremendous impact on your DNA. And you're telling me you're late for tickets oxidative stress free radicals. And so it's in there like museums in there. It is a wonder substance also, and it among many things magnesium. Does it really helps your body repair damage DNA, very important in telomere lengthening, El Nino, other ingredients combinations of ingredients like, for example, when you put Luccin dancing and vitamin steets together, which we have in there that also is associated with longer tell them you're late in elderly people. Should we want to help people that are not just twenty five years old and running marathons in looking like ATI built us? We we're dealing with people had a baby boomers and seniors. And I'm particularly interested in looking at studies that impact them, not not, you know, young Jim rats, and all I'm looking at studies professor Bruno that really impact people in the middle years and an elderly. That's what people need to help and prevention and help, and you know, a lot of people, rob if I could just energy. A lot of people listening saying, oh, my doctor says if I eat a good diet. I don't need supplements. Let me just. Talk about vegetables because nobody eats enough green vegetables. Right. And I'm looking at some of the ingredients and the televised product and a looting in particular, which you just mentioned also which is found in green vegetables. Here's my guideline for the amount of vegetables that people eat what people wanna do is double the amount then add twenty percent, and that's probably the right amount of vegetables. They actually need to be eating for optimal health. Nobody eats enough. And the average American gets like twelve percent of the recommended daily number of servings of vegetables, they they really need for good health. So it's wise to as an insurance policy to take something like this, which you're going to get and Latinas great for eyesight and a lot of formulas contain it. So I mean, there's so many. And you don't get vitamin wrist unscrewing all the separate bottles. I mean, this would cost you five times more than if you bought all these things separately. Right. I mean, there's no doubt about it. And there's a lot of things to be healthy vision, CNN, Sandton and other ingredients are and all of the the great probably funeral things. They would degrade seeds and all that we have in here that will help division, and you you recommend that you take what I took to this morning of the televised. And then I wouldn't take one with lunch. So is that about the right spacing of it? Everybody's different. I mean, it's in three small tablets, as you know. And they're easy to swallow and pharmaceutical grade some people who eat three meals take one with each meal that way you keep your blood levels up throughout the day. Right nutrients, you know, discipline, certainly. Some more than others. Dissipate. Quickly spread it out. Okay. Everyone's different. Okay. Well, this is this is interesting. I have an article in front of me about slashing stress with mid day. B's meaning B-vitamins adrenal glands. Release hormones called glucocorticoid, which I'm sure you're familiar with that help you sell through the day hectic days by raising your spirits coming your nerves and shielding your brain from negative effects of the hormone cortisol. The problem is that because corticosteroid released dips in the middle of the day leaving you feeling stressed and kind of edgy Japanese..

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"jim rats" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:39 min | 2 years ago

"jim rats" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Health information here the healthiest two hours on radio. Our diet tip of the week. The snowman says stop having intimate dinners for two unless of course, there's another person at the table beside you a lot of people eat for two people, and they're they're only eating for themselves. All right. You've heard of people being put on life support when faced with a health or medical crisis. But there's also something that will enhance your life possibly making it longer and healthier. And you can do it yourself put yourself on a health span support nutrient program like those found in televised. And here to tell us more is the formulator of rob Martin, rob. Let's let's go nutrient by nutrient if we have time just very briefly and talk about the fourteen key nutrients in this formula that televised formula that's going to lengthen telomeres, and and it's fully researched and tell us why these are so effective in doing that. Yes, new you hit on important issue before about that ingredients has to be for product to be evidence. Based ingredients have to be identical to display in terms of the form of the ingredient and the potency precise. Unfortunately few products out there like that. But everything we haven't here all studying at ingredients are evidence based let's let's tell him you promote. What is this all listed on the website? We give it all that almost addresses later. But we're totally transparent. We're the most transparent people you'll see everything about the product the supplement facts on and on and on plus I have a video library where all sorts of issues related to this. Okay. You were talking about vitamin d now you have to be up at the two thousand how you level of vitamin d to have an impact on telomeres studies. Tell us here. There's an incredible study in two thousand seven and this is in the American journal clinical nutrition, they looked at twenty one hundred sixty women, and it was it was amazing how high of vitamin d levels were related to fewer aging related changes in their DNA. But guess what they would more likely to have longer telomeres, in fact, five year difference in telomere aged? That's just one ingredient a five year difference in telling your agent. In fact, we also get the same study with the same result, we green tea, but what's interesting here in another study here, they say, the researchers say our data suggested vitamin d may improve telomere maintenance and prevent cell senescence. Now, we talked to all right? Yes. Yes. Counteract the celebration of cellular agent raspberry troll. Of course, we all know that as the longevity nutrient were nutraceutical, why people drink red wine. But unfortunately, it takes what thirty or three hundred glasses of red wine to give you an effective daily dose. Right. Yeah. Yeah. Well, you're liberal blow up. Exactly that's for sure. So we have the rest virtual I don't have to be labor that everyone knows that. It's a powerful life extending ingredient. Then we have things like elk harnessing, you're not gonna see how Karna saying in a multivitamin, but we have it because it has been shown to protect and Layton telomeres. It's a wonderful ingredient. It's fights like -cation, which we could do a whole other show. Right. Very dangerous thing they've been your body. And so it's fights that but it also will extend those Taliban. So we have natural wonderful one of the great detoxify as Clara Clara, one of the reasons it'd be toxic to so well cleaned your cells because it clears out damage they were selling the DNA including telomere length. Late-inning? It's a it's a remarkable substance. And so we have it in their again, all based on research studies. Not just you know, hippy dippy do. All right. The next. How 'bout grape seed pod? Females now OTC those are the active ingredients grapeseed polyphenyls, they are perhaps amongst probably one to three most powerful natural substances. We know and these PC's really have a tremendous impact on your DNA and tell them you're late for tickets from oxidative stress free radicals. And so it's in there like museums in their made easier, it's a wonder substance also, and it long many things magnesium. Does it really helps your body repair damage DNA, very important in telomere lengthening, L other ingredients combinations of ingredients. Like, for example, when you put Luccin Johnson and vitamin seats together. Right, which we have in there that also is associated with longer tell them you're late and elderly people. We should we want to help people that are not just twenty five years old and running marathons and looking like bodybuilders, we we're dealing with people had a baby boomers and seniors. And I'm particularly interested in looking at studies that impact them not, you know, young Jim rats, and all I'm looking at studies professor Bruno that really impact people in the middle years and an elderly. That's where people need to help and prevention and help, and you know, a lot of people, rob if I could just interject here a lot of people listening saying, oh, my doctor says if I eat a diet, I don't need supplements. Let me just. Talk about vegetables because nobody eats enough green vegetables. Right. And I'm looking at some of the ingredients and the televised product and Luton in particular, which you just mentioned also which is found in green vegetables. Here's my guideline for the amount of vegetables that people eat what people want to do is double the amount then add twenty percent, and that's probably the right amount of vegetables. They they actually need to be eating for optimal health, nobody eats enough. And the average American gets like twelve percent of the recommended daily number of servings of vegetables, they they really need for good health. So it's wise to as an insurance policy to take something like this, which you're gonna get the and Latinas great for eyesight and a lot of formulas contain it. So I mean, there's so many, and you don't get vitamin wrist unscrewing all the separate bottles. I mean, this would cost you five times more than if you bought all these things separately. Right. I mean, you know, there's no doubt about. And there's a lot of things that'll help you visualize Sandton and other ingredients and all of the the great probably funeral things degrade seats and all of that we have in here will help vision, and you recommend that you take what I took to this morning of the televised. And then I can take one with lunch. So is that about the right spacing of it? Everybody's different. I mean, it's in three small tablets, as you know. And they're easy to swallow and pharmaceutical grade some people who eat three meals, you can take one with each meal that where you keep your blood levels up throughout the day. Right nutrients, you know, distant certainly some more than others. The water soluble dissipate quickly spread it out. Okay. Everyone's different. Okay. Well, this is this is interesting. I have an article in front of me about slashing stress with mid day. B's meaning B-vitamins adrenal glands. Release hormones called glucocorticoid, which I'm sure you're familiar with that help you sell through the day hectic days by raising your spirits coming your nerves and shielding your brain from negative effects of the hormone cortisol. The problem is that glucocorticoid release dips in the middle of the day leaving you feeling stressed in kind of edgy Japanese. Researchers say taking a B complex vitamin at lunch stimulates glucocorticoid production in as little.

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"jim rats" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

Monday Morning Podcast

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"jim rats" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

"You know you get down there in the morning there's just going to be those jim rats down there fuck all over those things sweat and shit it's going to be gross before charlie at san francisco so i'm just going to walk the hills i think that's what i'll do all when how about those celtics i tape the game i didn't see one second of it i was over at the j paul getty pavilion whatever the fuck was the villa which i you actually when i fly why do solo flights fly out of burbank and i go all the way out past camarillo i was called cama rio because rich came real punch for the patriots and then it comes down the coast all the way down malibu reggie get the pacific palisades she get on with santa monica airport and you say the the getty bill helicopter whatever whatever whatever santa monica tower helicopter whatever south bottle on the coast at the getty villa questing fucking eastbound transition so you fucking airspace sorry i'm out of the way i never do parked yes when i fly i don't know what happens west and there was no fucking stand up on the flight it was great no bad stand up on the flight and cruise right up here great flight in all that and anyway so yesterday i was at the fucking the getty villa and the celtics game was on him it's the whole fucking game and i don't know how we did it but we beat them and we won by twenty points which is amazing but i'm thinking that might have been like fuck and hangover game because no it would do what they were idle that's right because they swept toronto so game two is fucking huge.

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"jim rats" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"jim rats" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"Andy smith she was just an incredible gift to our our our school uh especially if you were a young girl who is looking for a role model she's now coach at harvard and has been at the coach for thirty semi years in as you know is the answer to a great trivia question she's the only number 16 feet in ncaa basketball history to upset a number one seat and she did that as a coach at harvard when they upset stanford so anyway she's the coach the team is amazing that go to this say term and every year so i go to walk into try out i you know i look in the door i don't have any basketball sneakers and so a chicken out and i say well i'll play next year or go next year this is so my sophomore year i go back i look in the door they all looked tall they all looked better and i i don't try out am blow he i just yeah don't do it i see only has your career nowadays yeah different now is different than you know i really uh i didn't have a lot of courage honestly so my junior i'm i'm sitting in the um down in the gym you know area we're all the coaches are an i you know i was a jim rats homes around a lot and um i and she's in a room and you know i was always around her she was just an or about her even though i didn't play for her because she was also the swim coach i wasn't gonna be doing that and she said all i went down to the middle school today to see the uh all the basketball players down there and and she tournaments you said your sister suzy's really good and by the way she was my sister was terrific and she said at least one mcmullan to play for me so i said oh well i'll i'll try out this year.

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