18 Burst results for "Joe Schmo"
"joe schmo" Discussed on Studio Talk: Real Conversations About Mental Health
"To me, that means any Joe schmo could say there are coach and then try and sell their services online, which I would say probably most coaches don't do that. But it is a little bit scary that you could just, you know, you could lie essentially. You could say you misrepresented when you misrepresent yourself. And if this was any other profession and people misrepresent themselves, there are consequences to that. And then there are legal fallout to that. And the upper coaches. For coaches, not necessarily. And here's a real interesting point that I don't think most people get, but we get as mental health professionals and that's that, you know, we have this thing that's called privilege of confidentiality. One of the things that we go over with our clients when they first come to see us is our right to have confidentiality in their right to have confidentiality. So basically what that means is that anything and everything that they say to us within the confines of a session is confidential. We can not discuss that elsewhere and is very difficult for us to have to go to court and sort of expose every little secret every little thing we know about a person because it's like doctors privilege is like the privilege, it's medical privilege is what is called, and we are lucky to have that because it's in the best interest a lot of times of our clients and of ourselves too. That's not the case with coaches. So if you're a counselor and you practicing and saying you're a coach, you are still going to be liable because our board still looks at us that even if we're calling our services coaching, we are still responsible in practicing within the realms of what our licenses, we can and can not do. So we can be held liable for we can be sued by one of our clients..
"joe schmo" Discussed on Studio Talk: Real Conversations About Mental Health
"I'm not the fashion person. I'm not the makeup person. I'm none of those things, so if you're calling me to talk about something important on your magazine and I'm telling you, how about the fact that we have Latina suicide rates for out of just off the charts at that time and I wanted to talk about why and how come whatever and no flat out and had no problem. So talk about talk about stigma inducing. If I was Joe schmo trying to talk about this in that lady said, this is an influential person in my community saying, you know, you know and I remember if I didn't have good self esteem and you know that I would have felt really stupid. You know, I really felt really inferior that how dare I want to talk about the subject that was just so and so whatever when they wanted to find out no so mad and then of course like a few years later it became a hip thing or whatever and who's calling in vision and wanting to talk and it's like I refuse to talk to you. No. No, you can have my I will give it to somebody else because that is exactly what I've been combating in our community and you are like the epitome of the problem by doing that. When you have this platform and of course that was before we could get online and tweet these bonuses we had to depend on them. But yeah, so that's a good example I think of a barrier. Yeah, for sure. Absolutely. Yeah. The other one is health insurance. You know, we touched on this last episode, how that really plays a big role in all healthcare and all healthcare. But mental healthcare, in particular, is like the little sad cousin that never gets to it. The said cousin that kind of gets left out of everything. But now it seems to be more included in health plans and recovered and all that kind of stuff. But you know, again, not everybody has health insurance. It's expensive. People can't afford it, and all kinds of stuff. You want to talk about health insurance. I don't know much about health insurance because I don't take it. I mean, the biggest reason is that I literally can not accept health insurance because of my license right now, but okay, let's clarify that. Let's see. Yeah, I'm not on probation or anything. Her license is an in trouble. No, we just need so I have a provisional license. And so we have to get thousands of hours of actual client contact and supervision and all this kind of stuff and to finally qualify for the full licensure where you can practice alone right now. We have exactly supervisors that make sure we're going down the right path. Yes, and so we don't have to, we don't take insurance because we can't, but also a lot of fully licensed.
Donald Trump: 'Our Country Is Going to Hell'
"Portland, Oregon. They're making a school just for black indigenous children of color. So I guess to be woke and progressive means you want segregation. You want to have your own school for black kids. And Hispanic kids, white kids aren't allowed to go. Try doing that in reverse. Joe schmo somewhere in the Ozarks coming up with a school just for white kids. What how long that would last? But it's Portland Oregon, baby. Anything goes in Portland, Oregon. Bipoc kids welcome. White kids, not so much. Trump said the other day. He put out a statement. And we're not going to get bogged down
"joe schmo" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"There's always an especially if you're leading it because you have to like everybody together. Yes. Yes. So you're trying to tell, you know, Joe schmo, hey, calm down, please, like this is supposed to be a coffee ride and then you're trying to pick up the person who's making it an extra coffee ride. And it's angry at Joe up the road. Yes. Exactly. Yeah. I know I know how that works. And so. And so yeah, and then in 2018 I bet you didn't think I was going to bring this up. You became national champion in single speed cross. I was like, you know what? Yes. Yes, I guess so. Yeah. Yeah, and so was that like you over a beer and you were like, this is kind of the same deal with you saying, hey, I've retired, but it's ten minutes down the road. What were you working for Rafa? And you're like, hey, you don't have to work the booth during this time. It's single speed, you know? You can just go ride, and it's like, oh, cool, I'll just raise. How did that come about? Well, some good mine are losing Aaron bark here on mosaic. And Bill. And they've, you know, they've been racing single speed for years. And, you know, I'm going to be at nationals, but I don't necessarily ask you, I don't think I'm fit enough at that point now to race the elite women's race, but hey, it would be fun to do a single dress in mosaic. I guided by promoted. They gave me a single speed bike and I was there doing commentary anyway. So I was like, well, if I'm going to be here, I might as well do it. I think that actually might have been my first maybe my second. Maybe I did one single speed race here locally before going to nationals. So it's like totally new to me to be honest we bike and yeah, somehow pulled.
"joe schmo" Discussed on Firewalls Don't Stop Dragons Podcast
"It's not practical really for everyone to go and create a new email account for every account. They've got online. I mean i've got hundreds so in the past. You know some companies like google have come up with ways of creating email. Aliases which so for example. If your emails you know. Joe schmo at gmail.com. If you put joe schmo that as the user id then put the plus sign and then at anything after that any valid set of characters like joe schmo plus target at l. Dot com that will route to joe schmo at gmail.com. The everything from the plus sign on is completely ignored by email. So g mail considers all those addresses to be the same so that might be one way you could do something like this but a lot of email if you just look at the email addresses obvious what's going on there and it wouldn't be hard to write some sort of system that would just say you know. Throw everything after the plus sign and then. Hey look that's joe schmo but what apple has done and some others have done to come up with a to generate a completely random email address on the fly. So i'm going to the site says. Hey give me your email address and sign up for this newsletter. But i don't want to give them a regular email address. So i go to this. Hide my email service. That i say. Give me a fresh random email address and so you put that in there instead and what apple does behind the scenes. Is they forward all email to that address to whatever other email address you specify by default. It's your eye cloud email but it could be anything and it will keep track of all these emails for you can give each of these things Their own label and a little description. So if at any point in time you're getting way too much crap. Maybe they sold you out and gave that email address to other people as well and you get a lot of junk for that email. You can just disable deactivate that one account without screwing up the rest of your email. Which is great now fire. Fox relay and duck duck. Go have something very similar But what they don't have but apple's does allow which is just killer. Is you can reply to emails. So here's the problem with without having that feature so you give this really cool dummy address. That's totally random. But it still gets to you. It still gets routed in forwarded to your account so you can read it but they didn't get your real dress and you can now block that but if it turns out that for some reason you.
"joe schmo" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX
"He's got a tough tough call. Jt ahead half a million parts manager position. All right joe schmo four two on the day and not only a second overall for joe he passed. ap in the National points and gets a career number. Joe schmo has a career number t. at school. I mean i hate the supercross aspect of that. But i'm happy for jobs. I i really think he is. Taken huge drives forward. Yup we were honestly. We were kind of making fun of him for kind of back during into a really good series finish last year and i think he not only kind of shut us up. He is really kind of earned that respect. Now he's legitimately get his charge in. The first motor was good dude. He was far back and he just i mean he. He deserves a podium level supercross guy and on a good day podium of outdoor guy and legit deserves every ride he. Every ounce of the righty has hampshire lost a front end in the second moto. Daniel went down to eight on the day. Just another two six or another another day and rj. Another day in the life of our hampshire he's consistent. He's very very consistent. I will say this. Though from a pure fan perspective he might be the most fun writer to watch on saturdays. He gives it everything and that front tyre is tucking a hundred times a modo. It puts them down once. But there's ninety nine other ones that almost put him down every moto any never ever ever shuts off it's a it's a relentless pursuit and an endless chase. No matter what is going on he could swap and he doesn't even care it just keeps going and sometimes it stays up and those those are great. Sometimes the old wash comes through and puts them down exactly. Yeah he's he's the new the new wacker as maybe for the horse is easy to cheer for. Though i will say that. Oh yeah yeah yeah. I don't see him changing. I don't seem smoothing out in twenty twenty two. You know what i mean. I i see all this still happening too old at this point. These two two sat see race wins. But she's going to be difficult that approach as i. I think i said this earlier. This season guy was telling me that a guy that used to ride with them tells me that he just trust traction one hundred percent of the time. There's always gonna be traction to them. So i think that's i think that's part of that is growing up in florida like you just grow up in these sandy conditions. That are you know plus traction all the time. And i think you just get you. That's just who he has his a writer. But that's what it grew up riding onto. You know. I i gotta admit i was pulling for max to get third overall. And he was at one point. He made a run at joe kind of lost the edge a little bit on hometown track attracted his dad one and all that kind of stuff..
"joe schmo" Discussed on Unorthodox
"Just sick of talking about about celebrities you know. I think it's funny to point out. Terrible celebrity policies for the source of bonding between us as human rights. But i think that we get too caught up in celebrities in our culture way. I would just like us all to adr act as human beings with one another and looks celebrities as role models far less than we do. And just be able to say. Hey i think maybe i hurt your feelings. And if you're willing to talk to me about it i'd love to. I want us to be friends. And i don't understand what i did wrong and i know at some. Who can we talk about it. And i guess my question is like. Is there a web. I know people even in their interpersonal. Relations have felt like if i apologize. That's what will get reapplied fide as admitting i did something wrong or that will be. The cudgel used against me in my workplace in the friendship. Whatever that makes me really despair of the possibility that we're going to get more and better interpersonal apologies. Because i worry that the sort of celebrity culture that is the admission rather than the the healing. The to coon is what it's become. I feel like when somebody apologizes. Well and the person is not a fake. You know again. it's sucks. We have to talk about these people and the kind of ruined everything. Kinda did i in terms of interpersonal stuff. Between people you work with and your friends and your family that has very little to do with people shrieking on twitter and i would hate to think that fear of some kind of public shaming will keep someone from apologizing to someone in their life because it is hard enough to apologize. Psychologically to someone in your world even if on some level you know you are wrong. The high holidays kind of apologizing out we have to do is difficult enough without bringing in words insulation which are really not relevant to Joe schmo you know. I think there's a reason why we can point fingers go. Oh my god. That was such a shitty apology but when it comes to archer to do with the same things come out of our mouse that we criticize other people or and in the forthcoming book. We talked about psychologically why that is like when factors are at play to make us so determined to be the hero of our own story so unable to Analyze our own behavior the whip with someone else And i think you'll were coming off of for years of a president who made it his sworn fang natural apologize And apologizing is a brave act and me apologised. Well is a brave backed apologizing. Not in a cover your ass kind of is something that should be celebrated wattage. Always a pleasure marjorie. Ingle is the author of mamma knows best the out-of-print but unimpeachable field guide to north american males She tried to hide that book away. But it's still available on video. Find an av books in ebay. And i'm gonna get myself a copy For fifty seventy two and the co author of a forthcoming book on apologies which is still in search of a title..
"joe schmo" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast
"Stuff like hey. You don't know about who we are. We're going to you know guerrilla crash starbucks that just interview a bunch of people and we'll buy coffee and danishes while we're doing it so let's just talk to people who don't know us and don't know what we're doing and i've seen our team kind of just been hanging out in the lobby as we visitors and they'll say hey. Would you mind just looking over this website and telling us what you think. And what's confusing about it. What you like about it and so there's some really easy ways where they go on. I don't know how to do all this stuff. just ask. hey i'm joe schmo plumbing company. Why did you reach out to us. Oh you google this and we just had good reviews. Okay that's great. You read the reviews or it was recommended by a friend and so i think just enquiring Y you bought from us. Is this such a great way to start figuring out. A lot of people are coming to us because of this reason less. Lean into that. Yeah and it's a great call out. Because i always tell the team like i don't wanna be well rounded necessarily. I wanna find what's working and just it's a lot easier to pour gas on a fire than we. Would you know like you're just not going to get as far so you know. In that example. It's a great call out because you may find that. Hey you're paying a small marketing agency to do some of this stuff. Your leads are coming in that way. Maybe they're all coming in through referral. So how can you make it easier for the people who love you already to refer you to other people or you may find that none of them are referrals. And they're all coming in through search or something it's like. How can i pour fuel on that fire. Like thinking about what's working and making sure your understanding how people are starting to love you and then pouring a lot more fuel on that is is a great way to go about it. That's awesome so for the small business owner out there who doesn't see themselves as a marketer right. They may not have a marketing team. They probably don't have a single person doing marketing. how do they go from either. People don't know who i am or i making money but i don't really i don't understand how to create that raving fan. What are some practical steps. That small business owner can take to start heading in that direction. Yeah well the good news is. You're already one step ahead of the game as a small business owner. Because you're still close enough to your customer. Probably a lot of you are still wearing the the chief everything officer hat right. Which means that. You're more in practice of understanding the entire system already. You don't have as far to go as maybe somebody at a thousand person company. That's doing this very specific thing over here. So the great news is you gotta start and then my encouragement to everyone would just be understand your entire system. Walk through it with fresh eyes as a customer you know. The fish can't describe why the waters wet like they're just in it so get outside talk to as many people as possible at the end of the day. This all is nothing to do with marketing. It just boils down to human emotion and empathy. And we're all human. So i think we can all figure that out so andy and summary. It sounds like as the small business owner. We need to care. It comes down to caring about the customer. Yeah i think. That's a great way to summarize. Wow we could have done this in one minute. But i'm glad we took fifteen. This has been awesome. I'm glad you're at the helm of all of our digital marketing. Really stewarding their relationship with our fans and customers to create raving fans and. I'm sure you created some.
"joe schmo" Discussed on The Bible Says What!?
"Is anyone because because in catholic moral theology. There's a concept of culpability. Now are you cope -able for that unforgivable. Sin or did the devil make me do it now. Who but yeah. I like it. And i don't want to put that as like an excuse for like Mike anybody do anything they want. Not right i don't. I don't wanna take that far. But is someone like if the pope did that. The pope knows knows better. So but like joe schmo like what's what's the what's the level of culpability and i would say that you're not culpable because you don't believe interesting. Put i did at one. Point is that. I don't think so because whoever your pastors our parents they obviously didn't do their job do payments all right. They're they're they're okay. Let me let me bring in this case. It's gold is it though. Is that the parents fault. The passers fault. Or y'all way. Jesus and the holy spirit's fault for not revealing themselves to me properly. I would say that the proper way for them to reveal themselves. And i know this maybe probably sounds like a cop out but whatever it's a it's a heard we're offer the proper way for them to be revealed to you unless you're going to have the mystical. Jesus walked through the door moment. That'd be great it's do it. Yeah it's other people. Yeah like that is through those people who are to be handing on so y'all them the responsibility and so let me this passage that iheart on a lot and i tell this to my because i Recently resigned as a director of formation at a catholic church. But i would tell this to my ministers. I would bring this passage I say it's it's all the synoptic gospels Sh- me see only radio you i. Luckily i have it written down in a in a piece. I'm working on right now. Okay matthew eighteen six. Where it's the whole thing of jesus saying if if you 'cause one of these little ones to sin then it'd be better for you to have a rock tight around your neck and be thrown into a that's pretty. That's pretty fricken extreme. That's harsh and in what he says. Little ones that does not mean. it doesn't mean children. The greek translates to those of little faith. So it could be child. It could be an atheist Could be someone whose faith is on the rocks. And if the pastor or the minister or whomever they have a responsibility to not push that person over the edge and so they have to be careful with their words or if they're gonna speak truth that they want to speak. They need to be sure that they're being equal. I dunno gentlewoman. Whatever you want. But it's why would an all powerful all knowing being what mind. Salvation in the hands of.
"joe schmo" Discussed on The Bible Says What!?
"It's so a lake. Hopefully one of the things. I'm going to be studying pretty soon. Here our focus of my research will be mysticism. And that's just some wild stuff like and those are the times when you're getting like though like jesus stepped into my room and talk to me like and yeah exactly and and and here's a a good thing and if there's As catholics. we don't have to actually believe all those things. Like if if like if joe schmo is like say yeah he did see. Jesus like you're not bound to believe that he did i can i can go like I don't like what such and such saws. I don't believe that. But i like what this person saw that. Jives i can. I'll i'll run with that. But i i digress. I think it's kind of a very soft it. I think it's more intuition and explained lake. I think following a feeling not or even like there's a meditative practice with scripture cod lexi davina and it's just taking one passage reading it a few times and meditating on it in something an intuition could come through that or if you sit in silence long enough and it's not like this is going to have in my early happen to someone once a year or or this kind of reading the queues around you like our our. I want this thing. And so but does god want at for me in. So if like you see that things are opening up to get you to that place. Then maybe it is but if things are if there's so many blockades than maybe it isn't. There's a lot there hold on. The i mean there's i mean all right. So the repetition thing i see how can stimulate some kind of creativeness and whatnot. Honestly i my book. The bible says what when i was coming up with the chapter titles there was one in particular chapter five. It was about women men. I remember walking in circles from the kitchen. The living room trying to figure out. What am i gonna call this thing. That was meeting the beginning. I was reading the annual. I kept over and over and over and over again and guess what happened. I i came up with a great title. The she is silent ovech title one of my favorites.
"joe schmo" Discussed on Breaking Green Ceilings
"People have about life on earth into further appreciation and care for the planet. Allow that 'cause there are two things that kind of resonated with me one is that this identity is in a maga- mation of many other identities that you have and it's kinda given you the in a sense the licensed to proclaim and to own those identities and to be sort of like an evangelist the way i see it in terms of like space education rate and. That's the other element that i love about your approach to space education and bringing it to kids and just like everyday joe schmo because at some point like you said we are going to be traveling into space and it's not just going to be astronauts. Were going outright. So how do we start to acclimatise ourselves to this idea. And then how do we make the understanding of space more accessible to most people who wouldn't necessarily think of it as being their own. Which i really do appreciate because for me. I don't necessarily think like. I have any kind of ownership over like an ownership like to say that part of spaces for me or whatever but dot knowledge is what i'm really referring to rather than the actually space so i really appreciate that you're bringing this more to the masses in a sense and you're taking ownership over like your interest and space. There's the other elements of astro by futurist. It's the bio side of things and when we spoke earlier that represented your interest and bio. Mimicry so tell us about what is bio mimicry. And how has it changed the world. Yes so for those who don't know so any back a little bit. There's two components to my work. As an astro by futures one is as an experienced designer bringing my skill set my background as an experienced designer to design experiences or people in space and on earth and the other side. Is this refer to it as this kind of like space brio or space storyteller side which is about kind of talking about the relationship of the future of living in space to the history of our past our human passed as stargazers and our present context. And then there's another part of that that is rooted in. How does nature tie into this. How does nature inform space exploration. And how does nature informed the advancement of the human condition which is rooted in this idea of bio mimicry. And bio mimicry. Comes from the greek. I wanna say the first word being bio meaning life and meniscus meaning to imitate so bio. Mimicry is the imitation of life. And it's this approach to innovation and problem solving where we are literally studying the strategies. The functional mechanisms that are in the adaptations of everyday organisms and how these organisms solve problems and we are applying those strategies strategies that are found in nature and rooted in deep patterns found throughout all living things. And we're applying those to coming up with solutions for problems at the human scale so to give you an example that i think a lot of people might know but not associate with bio mimicry is velcro. So velcro was created by a swiss inventor who would take his dog for walks through the forest daily and when they would come back from. These walks the swiss inventor forgetting his name. He would always notice that his dog had these little spiritual seeds that had these little curly q. Little hooks that came out of the root ball of the seed. It's a bird seed and all those little curly q. Cooks their biological function was to attach to the hair of animals. That would be traveling through the forest. So that the seed could be carried away to another location that might be ideal for. It's a fall off the animal and eventually grow in that area where it it fell into another plant and propagate species again so the function of those folks was to capture and so this inventory is like this is brilliant. This is a great way to. I'm sorry not captured to attach so. This is a great way to attach things to each other. And based on those curly. Two little hooks. He invented what we now refer to as velcro and so. This is an example of us turning to nature for innovative solutions to everyday problems and that is the work of bio mimicry and in the context of space. What a lot of people don't realize is there's this ironic relationship between exploring the stars but needing planet earth to do it. So what do i mean by that when we send people when we send human beings into space there's all these conditions that we as humans are not adapted to our biology is not necessarily best suited for experiencing right so in space. There's a lot of radiation you'd have microgravity which is a huge thing right on this planet. All of the blood in our body usually tends to have kind of down towards the toes because of gravity will when you don't have gravity bloodier body tends to actually kind of float to your head and so astronauts get puffy faces right. Another thing is our muscles are used to kind of pushing against gravity. So when you're in space. You have muscular atrophy. That astronauts have to do it. So there's all of these different physiological in psychological things that we are used to see an experiencing on earth that you don't have in space and a part of the experience of being in space is figuring out what are the things from earth that we need like oxygen like food etc etc like gravity. What are the things on earth that we need to take with us as we travel further and further into the stars and a lot of innovation has taken place by turning to nature to help astronauts get further.
"joe schmo" Discussed on The Pest Posse Stampede Podcast
"Number two is to work around your current customers. We in it in the door to door side called prospecting and so we're that was something i felt like i strive to a lot on. Did really well. It was prospect. Well in whenever i went into a new neighborhood i would always go back. And we had a app that would show the map of the neighborhood and all the different homes we'd have these different pins and the pins with. Tell us okay. Here's your twenty closest neighbors. And so even. If i thought it wasn't necessarily the most ideal location to where people are going to be having bug problems. If i had a concentrated area customers dots where i went to. I and then i would utilize those customers names with other neighbors and say hey tomorrow we're going to be out here taking care of joe schmo and his next door neighbor. Allison whoever and if we can fit you in on her out we'll give you a big discount You gotta think of it in this aspect. It's this technique is called bandwagon effect and a lot of sales be reuss. We'll talk about this. But the way i was trained by guys. Was you have to realize that these people live on the same street for they might not realize that they have a lot of the same bind habits out of the entire world that we live in. They chose to live in the same exact state city street. They probably go to the same grocery store they probably go to. They probably have similar vehicles. They probably all have similar jobs so their buying habits are all extremely similar. And so if you can tell them. Hey i've got seventeen customers here in this neighborhood and you actually know the names of a few of them. Your likelihood of selling customer goes through the roof. Because anytime i made a sale..
"joe schmo" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"Courtney Kardashian boy is she the echo warrior of the Kardashian family, huh? I mean, look, Courtney has been busy with Travis Barker. So she can't really do much right now, but Chloe has picked up the ball when it comes to environmentalism. Chloe decided to do her part the other day and fight pollution and she encouraged her 152 million followers on it. Does anybody understand the power? I mean, presidents don't have nearly that much power with the public. I want 152 million followers on Instagram. She said, make the switch from bottled water to refillable water bottles. 'cause she wants everybody to reduce single waste plastics. Remember that term, single waste plastics, especially when you think of them plastic Kardashian family. So the Internet went a little bonkers on her and tried to remind her that excuse me, switching from heavy on to tap while it doesn't do shit if you live like you and your family live. Have you forgotten how you live? I mean, she posts, look, Chloe just gets herself in trouble, nonstop by changing a look so constantly or consistently that I don't think her daughter is gonna know who mommy is when she looks back at pictures from mommy Chloe from 1998 to 2003 to 2021. She's not gonna recognize that as the same woman. All of us have pictures of her mom where we can pretty much tell that was my mom because none of our moms had fucking worked like this or had injections or let's call them single use plastics shot into their fucking body. So she wants us to the whole reusable water thing, she urged her followers to move away from single use items. And she ended her big earth mother thing by recommending that we use filtered water pitchers or tap filtration attachments because that'll make it an easier transition to get away from single use waste. Listen, I suppose it's a nice message, but I'm one of those fucking people who doesn't understand why we have to get rid of plastic straws, but we still have plastic spoons and forks and fucking knives and plastic paper to hold the spoons and forks and knives and plastic plates. It makes no sense to
"joe schmo" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur
"And maybe you really don't want to right right You handed over to someone else. Because that's their that's their magic zone. They're like now. I'm awesome at that and you're like okay. What can i do for you right and you figure out what you can do for them before you go to them is. Hey here's this. Maybe it's an exchange of money. I don't know maybe exchanges services babies exchange of skills. You have some Skill or some energy that you can make okay. But here's the next thing in the big scheme of things people really aren't paying that much attention to you. Know they're not they're really spending a whole lot more time paying attention to themselves. I'm just calling it. Like i see it right. So here's the thing if they're expressing an opinion of your life it's not based on just your life. It's based on their perception. Their viewpoint their angle of what they see about your life right. It's this other than that. They may see you do something like why did you do that. Why would never do it like that. Well they they don't know what you're going through. They don't know the path you've been to where you are right now. I'm not talking about those trusted confidants. Those friends you know those people that have been those writer dai folks. I'm not talking about those folks. I'm talking about joe schmo that. Maybe you just met or you're hanging out with some mastermind nelson. They're over critiquing your stuff right here. They don't know what you've been through. Okay i shoo..
"joe schmo" Discussed on Ambition Radio
"My mouth. Because there's there's no hilter you'll just sit there and you'll you'll take a bunch of words and you know just you're all that you'll add clear that again more words really like the beginning to the end shit so yeah i mean we've all been i mean. Trust me. I do it all the time. It's just just easier that way because you give yourself time to actually be able to could've thought yeah like like my dad always like everyone's parents teachers and every adult ever told us. Think before you speak you know that gives you the chance that same for forty. speak now. 'cause i know only not happening now allow you gotta think about. It is like when you're writing music. You also have to rive as well. So you're cutting what runs without hate year Shit or what rhymes with aloe fucking dismay think about is the word. I want to utah. Like you sit down. You really think about it and it gives you a chance to really kinda just not. Just get it down on mull over you feel a lot of times. People don't process how the thoughts they allow people. It's they think about something. That's how they feel about immediate. Yeah nobody really processes down a lot of people. I'm sure they do but nobody plays. Devil's advocate with absolves. Nobody right down and really it goes will be what flipside how i feel about something. You know like how that person that you feel about. How i you know and and i think that's a big part of this the big part of communications sitting down really thinking about how you see thinking about how you feel about something not just thinking that you feel that way but why do you feel their way you know like why do you feel that way. Why are you know. Why are you upset. Why are you angry one. Yeah where feelings over from you know like where you know. What are you gonna do about. What can you really say. how do you say it. You know like if you really sit down and think about those things. I think if everybody did i really think that we that will better communication but we live in a world where everything so fast. Everything any is that you know. everybody feels. They have to respond to were. Everybody feels that they have fabric farmers about something immediately. You know and i get it. Everybody wants to be heard but there are some people that really be hurt. Maybe like but you know. There's an old joke that owes from the office where where jammed screens as calls. Were made somebody call michael. And she'll be like okay i. I'm jim on the line and he'll be like hello stupid and she'll oh sorry i haven't switched him over yet like out because the second time he says something is always that everybody had a out doing everything that's perfect. That's fantastic all right so we're going to wrap up with two questions. Oh i love that. I need my own pam. That's that's great. I think that's the moral of of of the story for sure so with that being said what do you think is the biggest thing that you've learned about yourself throughout your your music journey for sure they learned about myself. I guess i guess it's it's not to be afraid of being myself by before bullied as kids are like. I was very self-conscious by your liked me. Still but it's it's kind of a. I think i learned that. Like i'm not such a bad person you know and i. I can do these things that i really want to do. And not worry about what other people really think you know. I worry about what might close friends and family think bob bucket joe schmo just heard my music like i don't care anymore. Just learn to be at not worry about what other. How other people's feel about me like fuck you you now Addicted what do you think keeps you driven to pursue music. The music the feeling. But i'd say yeah the feeling i get one of these you know like that i don't i still have lost it you know. I haven't lost that joy when i picked up a guitar or rank microphone. You know like there have been times where i've sat down and i said i think think i should quit doing us. Flake is just. It's not going anywhere. And then i go to practice. I pick up the mic and honored media really bright back in the. I love this. I don't know i can't i. There's no way i could. Yeah you know. Like i. Also i think the gods you know. That's a big part of it is being able to hang out with them. You know and and drink some beers you know fuck it. Hang out and maybe smoke a little. You know like it. Just talk and then right use it in you know like i think those those are the two things that feeling i get just like the camaraderie and the brotherhood that comes with being in those bands. I think those keep coming back for sure. I love it men at. I think that's actually it. That's a good way to end it. Yeah i feel like to..
"joe schmo" Discussed on Disruptive Adventism
"You know does it is it. Should i do all the segments all the time like you know. I'm kind of just making it up as i go along so you know i don't. I don't know it best practices or what you know. What normal like i. I wasn't a communications major. I've not really. I'm not taken courses in any of this stuff so You know. I'm kind of just Joe schmo throwing it out there and so you know. I feel like that that sort of self confidence i do. I actually know what i'm doing. Is this worth it all that kind of those those Internal questions have been a part of the process as well that have been something to to work on and to be aware of and so on all right. Well i mean it's good to know that even then like you know you still have priorities. You still have other stuff. And i mean that's the that's the difficulty with digital ministries that it's just consistency. Consistency is so difficult. You know when you're consistent you know things just keep continuing getting better one more question before we start getting getting close. We're getting to that thirty minute mark. But i'd like to know what is that you like to see. Other pastors be encouraged as a result of listening to your podcast. Or you know like this practice of sharing like you know what are some of the other ways that pastors can be more transparent and their jobs so that the members have confidence in what they're doing. Yeah i mean. I think that i think. In a lot of ways members church members look to their the the past pastors for For permission and for to feel normalized and so i think that if i think that the the image and the yeah the image that we project of ourselves i think it has a big influence and And i don't think that. I mean like i wrote this book book project. That's that's not out yet but you know worked on an am working on And it's about keeping secrets. And i think that in general hiding ourselves a carries with it a lot of risks a lot downsides now there are certain situations in which self concealment is is an important and useful tool but very often it ends up hurting us and passer is is really really closed off and not very transparent at all and not Sharing much about their true lives. Or they're they're real. What their real spiritual world works like looks like then. I think that. I think that what ends up doing is is driving the average person underground because if they're if they're experienced doesn't line up with this like you know wonderful image that the pastors projecting then you know you either need to like you know you feel judged or out of place they're like you don't belong and so you either leave or you you pretend and act like everyone else and you know almost universally when i share about my personal life i share about going to therapy or in this case if i share about the the.
"joe schmo" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"Right so just because you might not know a bunch of these guys at one f c. They've earned their way to that thought. One way or another sure i won't say in their scrubs but there's levels to this shit no apps absolutely absolutely but that being said that's why i posed the the state and i did with the match up because it's that's the interesting thing who are who. Who do they put him against. Is what really defines the match in my is essentially mr creed. What are your thoughts since you said. You were a veto or fan. What are your thoughts on him. Still and over there in one seat will really. I don't think age the age is going to be a factor I say no one at myself again. Not telling you. But at the same time i mean i would think it would be more Based off what. Our visas goals are vying for any championships or z. Fighting for you know just a pot to make some money for championships. he's got a ranking system. he's gonna go and he's got some targeted So you can clear the path number one But then again if he's just there to collect a pie. I i'm a name you're gonna put me on the card i'm gonna make so much money. Put me in with joe schmo. Whoever the heck who thinks they can take. Oh mr famous over here. So i think it comes down to what. His goals are absolutely absolutely. That's a that's a real fair point. And if i'm not mistaken i think. His plan is a couple of one offs. I think it's like a a three fight deal or something like that. So it's not supposed to be like grinders already established legacy.
"joe schmo" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"That was kind of in the in space there but there was a clear. Separation of duties is kind of origination. Which were guys who watch recycled capital super fast and just make more mortgages and other guys who are willing to be patient capital they were gonna sit there. And they're going to wait those twenty years for joe schmo to pay his his mortgage and they both had different risk profiles both different tolerances and i think in many ways guggenheim's rolling out With the aps product. I'm sure other banks will be following. kinda bring that mortgage mentality to the oil and gas base or maybe you have some companies that are really good at drilling wells. And they're really good at finding a good good spots to what the tap into and those guys they can drill wells much more capital efficiently if they can drill them with kind of move them from their balance sheet and you know basically cash them out in a relatively quick time period to a third party. Who combines these wells and then sells them into into the market. And you'll have other folks who you know all your pension plan and other people like that who who may be say know. Listen i have a really long term horizon. I'm okay with getting six percent return on these credibly. Wellheads assets like ninety percent hedge. I'm okay with getting a relatively small return over a long time. Because i'm a yield oriented investor and i think there'll be a better allocation of investors with assets when you have a system where you have a few is kinda drilling wells and recycling capital kind of your bus guys. They live and die on ramp. And you have other guys who are. Who are the more patient guys out there who are saying you know. Listen we're well hedged. We have a long horizon will take small returns and Something like aps. I is one avenue to maybe tap into that. That's humming information just to take in right there. It's kind of amazing that there is so many different ways to kind of look only gas like i mean i. I'm kind with year right like there's something's going to have to give i mean there's gonna be niche markets kinda. Come in where there's a driller or there's a midstream company or there is a upstream company. Something's gonna have to show up here to show that there is longevity in financing in oil and gas because if you look at it anywhere i mean even our company we see every day where a friends of ours enemies of ours are going bankrupt. Everyday they cannot. They cannot finance there or they can't fulfil their financing roles. I mean it's kind of ridiculous but you know it's a commodity based space. There's a lot of ups and downs to it. But if you're going to say right now. Though i mean obviously just european yep if you had to invest in one thing right now what would it be if it's not obviously it sounds like it ain't oil and gas. Yeah yeah There's i'll tell you what i do. Invest in. I wanna hear. That's so do people make money in that. So there's probably. I would say for most people and again all caveats being. You're not providing financial advice. I'm not. I'm not a.