19 Burst results for "John Ashcroft"

Who Is David Israelite, Head of National Music Publishers Association?

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:20 min | 4 months ago

Who Is David Israelite, Head of National Music Publishers Association?

"The country's in an interesting place right now, David. And what I'd love to do to start off here is just give us a little bit about, you know, you said you went to law school at Missouri, but tell us a little about where you come from and sort of how we got to where you're at. You know, a little bit today and then we'll go back and pick up some pieces. Sure, so I grew up in Lee summit, Missouri, which is a suburb of Kansas City. Parents moved our family there after being born in Chicago as a young kid and so I grew up in Missouri and loved politics. It was the kid in high school that carried the briefcase and wanted to be in Washington. And I came to Washington in college as an intern for Missouri senator named kit Bond. And it was during that internship that I knew that's where I wanted to be. So I ended up coming back to Washington during law school to go to Georgetown at night while I worked in the Senate. And then after practicing for a few years, I came back to be that senator kit bonds top aide in the Senate, around his reelection campaign, and it was during that campaign. I got to know a lot of the folks on the governor Bush team pretty well. And so when the 98 Senate reelection was over, I then went immediately to the Republican National Committee as the political and government affairs director to work on the Bush presidential campaign. And had two years there, which was thrilling, obviously, you know, a successful presidential campaign. And when that was done, the other Missouri senator was a guy named John ashcroft, who got appointed to be attorney general and asked me to come with him over to the Justice Department, which I thought would be a short term kind of fun stint before getting back to my life and instead, 9 11 happened soon after we got there and it became instead a calling where I was going to stay there with him and I did for four years. But during that time, we stood up a task force on intellectual property and the attorney general was kind enough to let me share this task force. And that's really what got me into the music issues is that I was looking at it from the side of the government, helping protect what was going on at the time, which was mostly theft of music, theft of movies, and that's what really peaked my interest into an industry music, which I had always loved.

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"john ashcroft" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

04:22 min | 9 months ago

"john ashcroft" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"We can just trust the to release all of the information that hold. Saudi arabia accountable. We've seen four. Presidents republicans and democrats very different styles very different belief systems all in bed figuratively with saudi arabia. Saudi arabia has a stranglehold on the annals of government. The only veto congress ever overrode of president obama was obama trying to stop the nine eleven families from suing the government of saudi arabia. Now why would that be the one hill that he dies on the last thing. I'll mention john. In terms of things that i find incredibly suspicious after doing a lot of research on this is the anthrax attacks that came out as a result of september eleventh now. The whole country was terrified. Some people even die. Tom brokaw had some anthrax sent to his as his office. There and i we were told by people like john mccain. That iraq was responsible for this. Just so happens. There was a group of people trying to get us to go to war with iraq. We were told by dick. Cheney and others that it was al qaeda that was responsible for it. Then john ashcroft and robert muller they publicly blamed this one guy. Bruce ivins publicly and said he was the guy responsible turns out the guy was completely innocent and because they publicly lambasted. This guy we the taxpayers had to spend millions of dollars paying off this guy. Bruce ivins so then they ultimately pinned the blame on this fellow steven hatfill who just so happens conveniently managed to commit suicide before he could ever be convicted or put on trial for his role in the anthrax attacks. It just strikes me. John as two convenient in terms of timing two convenient in terms of what it led to in terms of government surveillance and giving up certain civil liberties and two convenient that this person that they decided to pin it on killed himself so i have some questions with respect to these anthrax attacks and what ties may have existed to the september eleventh. And those unwinded abilities from streak down. Yeah well that's the leading question that the engineers that i've spoken to have asked and that's one of the things that they point to as evidence of a controlled demolition and not the it being the result of fire with these engineers say is. That's what happens when there's a controlled demolition. The people on the other side say well look if there were explosives there. Then you would have seen somebody in the weeks running up to september eleventh planting explosives the lawyers and the engineers that i've spoken to. They don't think that's the case. They think that you could have easily. There was an elevator renovation. That took place that you could have gotten explosive explosives in that way but Apparently there is some precedent including a building that collapsed in tehran in a similar manner but as strange as the twin towers were coming straight down. There's even some more questions from these engineers and architects that i've spoken to about world trade center seven. There was no plane that hit world trade center seven. So why would happen. World trade seven seven. They built the emergency thing obsidian under twenty seventh floor..

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"john ashcroft" Discussed on The Edge with Mark Thompson

The Edge with Mark Thompson

04:03 min | 9 months ago

"john ashcroft" Discussed on The Edge with Mark Thompson

"In which to just threw a name beyond kelly how effort with weight this you know goes into the trump era The person designing initially after nine eleven. these draconian immigration measures. Things like forcing american muslims Into the material witness detention forcing them To register With this will ultimately manifest the department of homeland security a program called nca which functions is a muslim database and inviting them to prove their loyalty by which saying swarmed on their communities who are presumed to harbor dangerous. People then may have an easier path. Decision shifts the person who designed those policies designed them for attorney general john ashcroft and his name is chris. Kovac chris kobe before he became famous as a trumpet and member of his short lived commission to suppress devote under fraudulent claims of voter fraud. He was john ashcroft immigration advisor. So that's just one example of how what we would see. Mature in the trump era really cut its teeth and beta tested a lot of its theories practices and objectives during the bush era and discontinued all throughout with the acquiescence in many important ways of senior democrats of the liberal media and ultimately the person who makes the forever war truly forever is barack obama who embraces. Far more that you reject. That's fascinating because so many people associated obama with some sort of enlightened worldview. So for you to put him in that rogue's gallery of those associated with what is a perversion of what you associate with an enlightened worldview. That's fascinating yeah. I think that there is no way to assess the war on terror in any fair or comprehensive way without looking very deeply at the record of barack obama and from the perspective of those. Who would you consider the war on terror. Not just Horror but a threat to america and to the world to that is to say to real people. Barack obama's legacy has to be record when you say a threat to real people a threat to the world. Let's start with our country. I you're talking about freedom of movement freedom of expression you're talking about basic freedoms that are slowly taken away or quickly taken away in the case of the patriot act for example which having to the bush administration. You're talking about that kind of thing. Is that what you mean spencer. I'm talking about more than that. I'm talking about that type of thing but more than that just things. The war on terror has killed a very conservative estimation eight hundred thousand people similarly a very conservative estimation hold fit something like twenty. Two million people became refugees because of the war on terror. And i'm also talking about how the war on terror generated worst enemies the longer. It persisted because of the ways. In which is fatal miscalculations end up becoming opportunities for those enemies to regenerate and gathering strength in inherit which is to say exploiting the fast that the united states with killing so many people occupying so many countries and so forth there to give the most important example Among all of them There would have been no isis. Had there been no predecessor organization called al-qaeda in iraq. There would have been no al-qaeda in iraq had there not been the us invasion and occupation of iraq. There was no al qaeda in iraq as an organization before the as as the person who becomes the head of isis when isis conquers raka and mosul and declares its perversion of a caliphate..

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"john ashcroft" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

03:41 min | 9 months ago

"john ashcroft" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"You have truly been one of the euros of this era and a adam. His soon is a symbol of the way. Is that the war on terror. Criminalized people adema soon is a palestinian-born man and who survive. He grew up in the lebanese civil war of one thousand nine hundred eighty s and immigrated to florida in one thousand nine hundred s and as a refugee himself an active participant in his community in miami and south florida community. There he wrote a lot of checks to refugee charities people that he thought were helping refugees. In helping war victims in places like bosnia where the words became genocidal in the balkans against a balkan muslims and ultimately among the people that he met and tried to help was convert named jose. Padilla jose padilla would after nine eleven become famous as someone john ashcroft accused of trying to set off radiological weapon inside the united states and very shortly after that happened. Deal was at first place in military custody in american citizen. That was allowed at the time. The feds came for adam and even though adamant committed no violence at head done nothing criminal. The immigration authorities locked him up and they leaned on him to ryan inform on his community to try and informant and he refused to do that. He considered it a front to his dignity. He considered it unjust and as a result he spent a tremendous amount of time spent years in jails in florida while ultimately the fbi and the local prosecutor who eventually be the trump cabinet member. Alex kosta came with pretexts to prosecute him. He was originally charged as a co defendant. Jose padilla who is now placed in federal custody and even though there was no way the government could connect him to any active violence. The thanks to the patriot act and thanks to frankly the atmosphere politically in the years after nine eleven that he could be charged with things that simply were not acts of violence or active active contribution to specific people committing specific acts of violence that the government could name and he was convicted and as he was sentenced. The judge reduced his sense. The feds were seeking life or adam because the judge recognized that the government couldn't point to any act that he act of violence that he was responsible for that was in two thousand seven. He served until twenty twenty-seven in federal prison a variety of federal prisons and then in two thousand seventeen. When he had finished his sentence he had figured that he would be deported. That ultimately he would go back to probably lebanon. He was kind of done as you can imagine with the united states at that point but he didn't what happened instead was that he was sent into ice detention in western new york outside of buffalo at a place called and after the patriot act became one two thousand one. It was. Great civil libertarian. Fear over one of its provisions section four twelve section four twelve any non deportable non-citizen which is to say a state was person who doesn't have a country that will take that person.

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"john ashcroft" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

04:54 min | 10 months ago

"john ashcroft" Discussed on The Playbook

"Genetic layer of the activated Quantum nature that you have the dna the hard drive that you have the personality traits characteristics obsessions in addictions will consistently fight against sub-conscious changes that you feel would either be positive or negative determined upon what your objectives are. What do i mean if you have ever utilize nicotine. Nicotine is probably one of the most addictive drugs next to heroin and a few others that i refused to even try. But if you've ever experienced nicotine and you have a quantum memory of nicotine meaning that maybe your parents use nicotine your grandparents or great grandparents. Well most likely your quantum nature. Your dna will fight against you quitting smoking or doing the back or whatever nicotine consumption vaping that you're utilizing so it will take you much longer than twenty one days and even worse it's in your quantum nature so that even if you're capable of quitting for a month a year or even ten years you may only have one cigarette or once you tobacco poucher one hit of a bape and all of a sudden all of the neuro pathways all subconscious working conscious work. That you did goes out the door. And this is how the system works with manifestation. We want to have the entire conscious competency from your conscious senses with a consistent persistent pursuit in the enjoyment the higher frequency of that to creating neuro pathways. That will communicate with hugh who you are quantum leap. 'cause or why what communicates the last part of manifestation most people when you talk about manifestation or getting what you want they talk about the laws of attraction and what they think. Is john ashcroft. Talked about in. The secret is a by stare at the house. someday. I'll have that house if i sit in the chair and dream about my ferrari. Someday i'll have my car..

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"john ashcroft" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"john ashcroft" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Look good, Feel good. Do good say that if you want to do better, you want to perform better get better results with its financial You want that dream relationship? Whatever it may be. It all goes back to looking better so you can feel better, and I know that ultimately, at the other day, I feel better like I probably wouldn't feel as good interviewing the same people that sat in your chair billionaires Damon, John John Ashcroft, Jamie Foxx, celebrities and ultra successful people. If I was sitting here in a tank top Because I'm sorry. I look no better for the show. No for you as great But for me as the person for the business, I first health expert you're supposed to like, Who are you exactly? On hearing your tank top, And I'd be like nice biceps now, like I'm in a tank top. Look is the way I should so I wouldn't feel is good And I would probably do is good. And so I think that your success really can be a result of your health. And so I want to know from your perspective, Simple things people can do right now. If they want to take control of their health. What is it? My biggest thing is they want to take control their health is to reach out for support. Find the knowledge in some way, shape or form. Whether it's a friend that goes to the gym all the time. And you contact her and say, Hey, can I tag along for a workout? Or maybe you reached you find us on Facebook Coach Cotton Doctor Meet me on Facebook. You see some of our videos and you're wondering. I wonder what they would tell me. If I just messaged them Shoot us a message. Ask us figure out where to start and then just take action. It doesn't matter what it is. Just take action. Maybe you stop eating processed foods instead of going to McDonald's every day.

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"john ashcroft" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"john ashcroft" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"John ashcroft john thank you so much for joining us. Today it's great to be with the jaydee. Well you know. I'm really excited because this is our first time actually meeting in person. I've been in auditoriums where you were speaking. I've always been following your work. I think for about twenty years. You've done so much good for the planet you know you really are on a mission to make a positive impact when you're working with clients customers. What is that positive impact. You're always focused on. I think the the number one vision that i have for every individual is too. I help them realize that every obstacle they have every limiting belief that have every fear the have every self image challenge that they may be facing or trauma is normal. And there's a solution to turn it around and to be able to achieve their biggest goals and dreams regardless of the past. You know what. I love about that because someone myself who've been through plenty of trauma been through plenty of downsides. I wish i could say it was a straight line up but it wasn't Nor do i think it will be. I think that we take a journey. And we run into the adversities and we run into the boundaries of of our own limiting beliefs. I think that's so that we can grow. I think that it's just part of the universal plan for you know you've made millions and millions in multiple directions but when you were first starting out to make that first million. How did you do that in what. What was the big learning that you had that experience. I think before we talk about you know making the first millions. I think it'd be worthwhile to have people know that. I was voted most likely to fail in life because i did so poorly in school i failed. I failed english. I failed physics chemistry. And i cheated to get out of high school on the final exam. The friend of mine helped me on that final exam in the mass auditorium. And i had a chance meeting as well when i was nineteen years old up until around seventeen i was selling drugs doing drugs doing breaking and entry getting in trouble with the law and i thought that you know. My life was spiralling out of control. I knew it was death or jail. Were the options for me and my brother range for a meeting with one. Very very successful entrepreneurs name was mr alan brown who agreed to meet me for lunch and the time he had best seven real estate offices buildings all over toronto..

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"john ashcroft" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"john ashcroft" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"This was who I always assumed what's going to be the VP pick I it's if there was any doubt before. Joe Biden maybe even more of a police status than than trump it's hard to say but man this choice it's like it's pretty question what would happen. So he's the he's the democratic. Nominee nominee was what happened. If he died next month would cut could camera move up she razor? Yeah. Were they. Vote for another nominee I guess they could probably throw it in something at the last minute, but a lot of state ballots may be printed. Alright right point. So There's a good chance that Biden would appear because remember back in two thousand I think it was the year two thousand or maybe it's two, thousand four. There was that one race where John Ashcroft ran against some guy who who died in the middle of the race. John. Ashcroft Lake the former head of Department of Homeland Security or whoever the hell he was. He was with the Bush administration and it was like it was like a US Senate race or some fairly large might have been us rap but anyway, this guy beat John Ashcroft from the grave. And everybody knew he died to right like it wasn't like a secret that this guy died they went out and voted for the dead guy to beat John Ashcroft was this a New Hampshire? No. Oh Wow. Male carnival that's it. Yeah. killed three weeks ago in a car a plane accident plane crash I would expect that sort of thing in New Hampshire. Guy On the ticket. For him yeah. Guy We need well, you know you got some municipalities or voting their cats and as mayor, and this is free talk live. News from news DOT BITCOIN DOT COM Goldman Sachs, warns that the US dollars on the path to lose world reserve currency status experts say that bitcoin.

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"john ashcroft" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"john ashcroft" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"News this hour from tell hold on John Ashcroft secretary of state Michael barrios says more countries are understanding the risks of doing business with China's Communist Party that are acting to protect their people in recent weeks Nigeria Kazakhstan France have to March the Chinese Communist Party ambassadors for a whole host of lies and misdeeds Spain has returned effective test gets made in China that country the Czech Republic other nations have received shoddy PP as well but you'll spoke at a news conference this morning at the state department also would tell hold on come Congress is under pressure to pass yet another massive coronavirus relief bill as small business funds dry up state budgets are depleted and unemployment claims soar to record highs in Antipolo St house Democrats are planning to unveil an enormous cares to package in the coming days the possible floor vote as early as next week at a blistering pace for proposal expected arrival the size the initial cares act which topped two point two trillion dollars was signed into law March twenty seventh house passage was set up another heated clash with Republicans in the Senate where Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is calling for a pause and emergency aid to allow the transit dollars already allocated to get out the door Bernie Bennett in Washington Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is participating in telephone arguments from a Maryland hospital where she's being treated for an infection caused by a gall stone the courts of the eighty seven year old justice has undergone nonsurgical treatment four of the nine gallbladder condition the court said she planned to participate in arguments from the hospital today U. S. businesses cut an unprecedented twenty point two million jobs in April the report from payroll company ADP no part of the U. S. economy was unscathed on wallstreet stocks are mixed the Dow is down fifty seven points the nasdaq up eighty one more on these stories at town hall dot com about your commercial free very unique mortgage team that has a very specific advantage that could save your family monthly and lifelong money two things you should know one we were started by a dad and his son and his wife and his sister in law and we've grown to be a faith focus mortgage team that's helping families across the U. S. for faith and family at our core we don't hide it two you still stay fairly small on purpose we're only about a couple dozen people a makeup that we believe less is truly know every person that calls but we also have a big advantage our company is directly under which means our company gets to use its own money and make its own decisions within its own walls a reality that often allows us to get you a better rate which could save you monthly and lifelong money we are United faith mortgage United faith mortgage dot com good thing for the city of you know mortgage quickly final part remember your place in order to make realistic information to analyze consumer accidental corporate analyst with thirteen thirty causing the delays that Alaska flight which Massachusetts Mississippi Montana North Dakota South Dakota are you to the European Union commission's forecast for the eurozone economy anything with Rosie the commission says the E. U. economy would experience a recession of historic proportions he says the pandemic will have very severe social and economic consequences the full cost predicts that all twenty seven countries will see declines this year in economic activity but its extent varies the deepest contraction full cost is for Greece and eighty ten percent which would be slightly more than the worst single year the country experienced during the financial crisis the commission warns that the risks around the whole full cost a particularly large especially if the pandemic turns out to be longer and more severe than it currently envisages the BBC's Andrew Walker European Union and Balkan leaders holding talks this week aimed at reassuring six countries in the volatile region that the E. remains the most important partner particularly as the pandemic ravages world economies breaking news and analysis at town hall dot com senator Elizabeth Warren is coming to the defense of Joe Biden over allegations of sexual assault credible and convincing that's how senator Warren describes buttons dials that he sexually assaulted former Senate aide terror read when he was a U. S. senator in nineteen ninety three warning is taking a very different stance in the past in twenty eighteen when judge Brett Kavanaugh denied allegations of sexual assault or not only voted against him but attended an anti capital rally politics could play a role in Warren's defense of Biden he's promised to select a woman as his running mate once he becomes a democratic presidential nominee but new Capitol Hill several U. S. production plants have been temporarily shuttered in the last two weeks after hundreds of workers were sickened by the.

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Studio 360 Extra: Aural History: How Studio 360 Got Started

Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

09:43 min | 2 years ago

Studio 360 Extra: Aural History: How Studio 360 Got Started

"Invited the rock the World Wrestling Federation champion to speak at the Republican National Convention. Pupil sock it to me. I became an official painter. I don't express political desires in my novels. I just tell story. Hello I'm Chris Anderson and this is studio three six. That's how studio three sixty began. Its first episode on November. Four two thousand just before we elected George W Bush and we all learned what a hanging Chad was my special guest today in Studio. Three sixty is the artist. Barbara Kruger. Who will talk with us about politics and power in movies and music and even in her own art? I make art about the collision of my days and nights with the culture that has constructed and contains me all that and more coming up in studio three sixty from WNYC and PRI public radio international originally produced out of WNYC. Here in New York. The show is all about the cool but complicated and sometimes strange ways that art touches our lives two decades later. That mission hasn't changed. Even if the people making the show have come and gone I'm Jocelyn Gonzalez executive producer of studio three sixty but I was still wet behind the ears associate producer when the show debuted two decades ago. I was away from the show for about ten years before returning to the staff in two thousand seventeen so as the show draws to a close sadly after twenty years I turned to some of my friends from the formative years of studio three sixty for their impressions. Could we create these beautiful stories that represent all sorts of interesting things that are going on in the country in terms of arts and then have Kurt sit with some of that? He was comfortable with and talk about them. That's Julie Bursting who was executive producer of studio three sixty when the show launched and who wrote the studio three sixty book called spark in two thousand eleven and this is Carrie Hillman who was our first senior producer and is now the executive producer at story car. At the time there had been a lot of magazines shows and it was a way for us to sort of do something different and fresh and it was like a a really creative solution to like a lot of really boring magazine. Formatted programming so I was like really game to try to figure it out. We also had two assistant producers. I'm Michelle Seagull. I started at studio three sixty as a assistant producer. In September of two thousand. I stayed through twenty thirteen as a pretty Sir and I'm now the managing producer of Sleet Studios I'm Tall Milad and I started at St Three Sixty as an intern in the year. Two Thousand and I was there until two thousand fifteen When I left I was senior producer of the show for about ten years before that and I now work at Pushkin Industries Heading up development also on staff during the early days of the show was producer and technical director. Steve Nelson Steve's now a programming executive at NPR Johnson. Do you remember what the working title was when we got there? Oh yeah hot ticket right which is first of all a terrible name and doesn't get to any of the big ideas that studio three sixty does as a name but secondly this is sort of in the relatively this was during the post dotcom boom and someone typed in hot ticket dot com into a website and it was an adult site for general audiences for sure. That was the end of hot ticket as a name every week. Studio three sixty we explore. One big idea in-depth. Today we look at the intersections of art and medicine. The idea of studio three sixty or an art show for public radio had been kind of kicking around for a long time. People were on the ground producing pieces. Trying to sort of see what would stick Eventually they brought Julie Burstein and she had this idea of like putting on pieces that sort of built on one another in having an artist or somebody else react to each piece. We started calling it a through line which was just an idea that we would carry through the show and I think the idea of having a theme came from we have to have some structure in order inside it to be able to play. The idea was that Kurt would open the show with a monologue is always delightful to look back and see that exotic bits of civilization. John Ashcroft was a senator his most celebrated crusade a failed crusade for some years. Now one of my hobby horses has been the blurring lines between news politics crime or and entertainment and then he would have a person in the studio with him and then we would present pre recorded pieces to play for this person. I try in my work to speak to the human in US and That human end to bear kind of witness and in enabled react to it. That's really fascinating That makes me think of this. Yes we looked a lot at the degeneration of people's memories and one of the pieces of research we discovered is precisely why I found listening to that piece so fascinating so it would give us an opportunity. Say something that took them off of their typical talking points that gave us an insight into the way they think their personality It also added some depth. I think to the the pieces themselves because you can't do everything in five minutes and so maybe you have to like leave something on the cutting room floor but you can resurrect it a little bit with with the like well-placed Kirk question so I thought it was really cool. I loved gathering stories from really disparate places and putting them next to each other and then talking about them. It was just so much fun. Do you remember a point when you realize it was working? I have to say. I think that first Shakespeare show because it was a whole show bringing Shakespeare up-to-date but we had Neil Gaiman Willie's just grumbling about the fact that he's a crappy writer and the San man the eponymous Lord of the rings who happens to be in this up goes over to will and offices deal are you will shakespeare. I have we met. We have but men forget in waking hours. And you and Steve or maybe it was Steve. That incredible intro He started it with Scharzenegger's hang on not to be not to be tied in the phase of man when in disgrace with fortune and men's on have we hear. Hello I'm curt Anderson and Mrs Studio Three six. It was so hilarious and it was just. It was like okay. We got it this works. I'm Peter Clowney and I was studio three six I Adler and these days I live in Saint Paul and I'm vp of content strategy for stitcher. It's a struggle sometimes to do a show. That has a theme I approach. That idea would caution now if someone wants to do a show that theme like to say like remember. It's got multiple pieces in it. You're going to have the fifth favourite piece about Gardens in this episode. But it's true that like building on the ideas across an hour is like really meaningful. My name is Eric Linski. I started as an intern. In two thousand four became assistant producer and then decided to become a contributing reporter of which I was to studio three sixty through the beginning of two thousand sixteen and I am now the host and creator of the podcast imaginary worlds. Yeah I remember this one episode where they had Madeleine Albright the through line theme was democracy and so she's sitting in the studio with Kurt and then one of the pieces was about American idol. Which was the hottest thing back? Then and they were talking about how people were taking American idol democracy far more seriously than actual presidential elections. Have you ever had a chance to see American idol? Well I actually have and I've been pretty depressed As I am by television generally these days which seems to be going to the lowest common denominator and I. I don't like the word Elitism as we kind of lost me on this last segment of him and it was really funny here. Man Albright come out of that piece. And what do you think of that? She was not too thrilled with the peace to quality that piece but what she was hearing in the piece. I'm Derek John. I was a producer and editor on the show from about two thousand four to two thousand twelve ish and since then I've done a whole bunch of work in the podcast world but I am now currently an executive producer of the how to with Charles Duhig podcasts. At slate when the theme through line shows worked man they were amazing. I mean it was like we had set this high bar and they were so hard to pull up when they clicked and everything fit together. It was truly fantastic radio and it was hard I would say we had some shows that weren't successful and that's actually what led to having to change one. Really terrible through line. Thematic show was fish the fish just literal fish in the sea. Animals really jumped the shark on that one

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"john ashcroft" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"john ashcroft" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Sponsored by Christian advocate Serbian evangelism incorporated in our guests former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani and former US Attorney General John Ashcroft. live from Washington DC. G. sexual live. phone lines are open for your questions right now. one eight hundred six four three one one zero. this. everybody was very special broadcast as we commemorate the anniversary of the terror attacks on the United States on September eleventh.

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"john ashcroft" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"john ashcroft" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"The, what the clarifications that there may have been an Email somewhere with someone in the president's office, the military liaison office. It said something about keeping the USS John McCain away from the president may prefer photo ops or something. And then the president understood that whoever did it wasn't me. But whoever did it was. Well, meaning now why would all this happen? Why would this happen because someone who was coordinating event for the president? The military liaison, office was thinking, oh, the US John McCain, is there, the press loves Ginny up controversy between the president and John McCain. It's one of their favorite pastimes. How can we not have that, quote unquote? Fake news impede on the president's journey. And Pete on the president's trip where he wants to honor the military. How can we get the press that is constantly looking for a weird photo op? Maybe the, the president standing in front of the McCain and then some dutiful member of the press. Maybe it's that guy from CNN jumping, and Mr President, you standing on the US. John McCain is the award. Hero is a war hero. Or is he not? Do you regret what you said about the president John McCain? So the president liaison office thinking yet the press never stops talking about John McCain, and then going calling his daughter on in, in, you know, having our Cohen, the view and talk about it. Why? How can we avoid that ridiculous thing that happens every time McCain is brought up because, you know, the president's gonna say, I'm not a fan? How about we just not have the John McCain there, I would think that's a great great idea. Why don't we call the person at the lays down office and see if that was indeed their intention because if it were maybe gotta give the person promotion, except then someone was digging through emails, and somebody leaked and there, there's an honest sources and they have a scandal on their hands. It reminds me of a story away back with John Ashcroft, John F crossed Croft in the Bush administration. I think he was the attorney general at the time. The press loved because he was a Christian. He was kind of like a Mike Pence type of Christian. They loved getting John Ashcroft, and they loved photographing him under the, the halls of Justice. There was a naked statue a topless woman who represented Justice, and they would position the breasts of the woman over John Ashcroft head why. Because the press is a bunch of juvenile jerks. That's why and they think it's funny to have breasts over John Ashcroft head. So to avoid that dump picture that pops up every time John Ashcroft gave a statement in the halls of Justice, wherever the hall was they covered the statues, because they were sick and tired of having that naked statue breast on top Jonah's, crafts, head the headlines all over the press. And he's went I mean.

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"john ashcroft" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"john ashcroft" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Wrote a letter concurring with them. Can you give me? Yes or no? Have you? You repeat the question. Have you told the IRS not to respond to that because I again, I just said, the IRS independently wrote a letter. Okay. Can you give me? Yes or no? I don't. All right. Okay. You won't give me. Last Friday refused to obey a congressional subpoena turnover. The return saying the request lacks a legitimate legislative purpose of a man who became known as the American Taliban after his capture on Afghanistan battlefield in late two thousand one is on the cusp of freedom, the thirty eight year old John Walker land is slated to be released from prison. Today. He spent more than seventeen years behind bars charged in two thousand two by then, Attorney General John Ashcroft with being a terrorist later in the summer as terrorists made their final preparations for the September eleventh attacks, the indictment charges that Walker Lindh was forging ever deeper bonds with Al Qaeda, he met with Osama bin Laden. He chose to go to the front lines to fight with the Taliban in the summer of two thousand and one John Walker. Lynn. Swore allegiance to jihad after being told that Osama bin Laden had. Some fifty people to carry out multiple suicide operations against the United States and Israel. It is extraordinary for the United States to have to charge, one of its own citizens with aiding and conspiring with international terrorist groups whose agenda is to kill Americans now the plea deal called for a twenty year prison sentence. But land is getting out a few years early for good behavior. That's raised some eyebrows, and red flags recently. We found out there was a letter he wrote in two thousand fifteen praising ISIS. Four behind the scenes..

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"john ashcroft" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"john ashcroft" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"A stretcher being interviewed while his injuries were being tended to he was captured on the. Battlefield in Afghanistan, not long after the attacks nine eleven when it was discovered that he was from the US he was quickly dubbed the American Taliban. Living living overseas about to use he converted to Islam when he was sixteen and went to Yemen to study Arabic. He then travelled to Pakistan study Koran and eventually wound up in Afghanistan, but because he didn't speak any of the local languages. He was connected with Middle Eastern men from al-qaeda. That's when he met, Osama bin Laden, as his bullet and shrapnel wounds were being treated Lind was then asked if he thought he was going to become a Shaheed, martyr is the goal of evidence because he was an American citizen. He was brought back to the US to stand trial. Then Attorney General John Ashcroft explained the charges in the summer of two thousand and one John Walker Lindh swore allegiance to jihad after being told that Osama bin Laden had sent some fifty people to carry out multiple suicide operations against the United States. Lind later said he made a terrible mistake that Osama bin. Loggins attacks went against Islam, but the government describes him as someone who still holds extreme views, his released from federal prison in Indiana raises questions about reintegrating terrorists into society, when the federal prison system doesn't attempt to program extremists. He faces severe restrictions on the outside. He's barred from going online, or owning a web capable device without prior permission. If he ever owns one his online activities would be strictly, monitored Lind is also barred from traveling internationally and getting a passport. I'm Steve Kastenbaum. It's nineteen past potential interest rate.

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"john ashcroft" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"john ashcroft" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Was sixteen and went to Yemen to study Arabic. He then travelled to Pakistan to study Koran and eventually wound up. Afghanistan, but because he didn't speak any of the local languages. He was connected with Middle Eastern men from al-qaeda. That's when he met, Osama bin Laden, as his bullet and shrapnel wounds were being treated Lind was then asked if he thought he was going to become a Shaheed, martyr is the goal of evidence because he was an American citizen. He was brought back to the US to stand trial. Then Attorney General John Ashcroft explained the charges in the summer of two thousand and one John Walker Lindh swore allegiance to jihad after being told that Osama bin Laden had sent some fifty people to carry out multiple suicide operations against the United States. Lind later said he made a terrible mistake that Osama bin Laden's attacks went against Islam, but the government describes him as someone who still holds extreme views his released from federal prison. Tara Indiana raises questions about reintegrating terrorists into. Society when the federal prison system doesn't attempt to program extremists. He faces severe restrictions on the outside. He's barred from going online, or owning a web capable device without prior permission. If he ever owns one his online activities would be strictly, monitored Lind is also barred from traveling internationally and getting a passport. I'm Steve Kastenbaum. It's nineteen past potential interest rate.

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"john ashcroft" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"john ashcroft" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"I think most people employees are terrified of losing their job onto preneurs terrified of having a job. So to quit your job. Go get entrepreneurs fail and come back the nightmare of nightmares. It's no fun. You're gonna have to make tougher decisions in the business, then deciding to quit and go back, and hey, you know, what you maybe don't need to go back. You could do other freelance or whatever to the saints in income until you figure out the next step. But I think it's harder being an entrepreneur entrepreneur in the decision to make I it's going back. I one hundred percent agree. But again to the point a lot of people are going. Oh, no. What am I gonna do? And and I don't want to I have the same struggle. You know, I'm not, you know. That before my business took off. I remember my first year and even at some points in my second year being like, oh my goodness. It'd be so much easier to just shut everything down. I'm only paying other people. I like I'm working to make money to pay other people I and pay myself last, and if there's not enough to go around, I don't get anything. I get very little, but I'm the one doing most of the work that ends up penalize people just like. It'd be easy to get a job and keep all mound money and being in that place. It's such a terrible feeling, but I think having gone through that pushing through it and getting to a place where you're like now place in life. I don't ever have worry about money. It's just like to look back and be like you got through it that the goal. I think of an entrepreneurs to get to that place. But you gotta get through the hustle. And you gotta get through the adversity taking back to a season in your life. Where you had adversity could be maybe in this first year of your business right now. It's right now, you know, I I'm one you're into this business. So I'm in that place right now where you're worrying about money and your Kane. Everybody else before you're paying yourself, and you're working like you've never work. Tag, and I'm working harder than ever worked. It's you. There are super low days. But the highs are really great. And you just have to kind of say, okay. My another woman that works with me. And we're always like, okay. What are we celebrating today and kinda hokey? But really, hey, let's celebrate the person who commented on that blog post because it was one person that we reached. And so we we make it a point to have a little bit of quirky humor. Keep our spirits up to keep it going, but it's not a minute right now. And every day is a health talk to myself around Saint causative just fighting through it, and that's huge self talk on your head. That's either going to crush and make you quit or it's gonna get you back up and keep going. I love that. You just said, you know, you celebrate the small wins reminds me of a quote from my friend, John Ashcroft. He says celebrate the small wins as if they're big in the big wins. As if the normal Joe having on the.

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"john ashcroft" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

09:47 min | 3 years ago

"john ashcroft" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Went down a week or so ago, the Kalam Mexico that was a week ago Friday. Got Mexico, California. And what they say that was two miles and it took eight months to build. And it was first authorized project was lit up in two thousand and nine. Two thousand nine. So at that pace, folks, we will only talk about protecting the border. We won't actually do it. So that's why we're here to see the reaction to members of congress to a North Dakota company saying, hey, we we've got another way we can do it a different way. So we're going to be hearing about that Senator Kevin Kramer is part of the congressional delegation. That is here. And there are others. Senator Cassidy of Louisiana Senator mcsally of the Zona house members. Andy Biggs out of Arizona and Duncan Hunter on a California. Who else someone our neighbor dusty Johnston? The New South Dakota Representative is here as well. As Pete stoppard from Minnesota. We'll chat with many of them as we go throughout the day today. It is of course, seven in the morning in Arizona right now. So it's a little bit early. But things getting underway in the next. Well, let's arriving in the next hour and actual events start. Surely after the show ends today. So watch that, and I guess I was gonna say you're gonna watch some of this tonight. I'm the point of view of Chris Burke, we're going to be sending back some of our interviews for him. So you could see some of that. And I'll post a few things on Facebook. But it's quite the same. It is quite the scene for sure what's on your mind. Life Zona today on what's on your mind? I had dinner last night with Chris co back. He is here is. Well, Chris Quebec is if you remember a candidate came very close to being the Senator from Kansas. In the last election in the midterms. He was backed by Donald Trump. He is the former secretary of state of Kansas. He worked for a time for John Ashcroft. John Ashcroft, the former attorney general and John Ashcroft head Chris back as his immigration advisor. So he's been interested in in border issues for quite a long time. And now, he's the general counsel. He's a lawyer by trade general counsel for a organization known as we build the wall. And that is if you remember a recent conversation, we have with Brian Brian is the veteran that served in Iraq boss, both is quite a story. And now I heading up that effort, So Chris is part of that. And they're here for two reasons. One Chris is. A candidate for the department homeland security job. So he's interested in anything to do with the border because he may be leading that 'cause before long and also the borders are job. The president's been talking about bringing borders are that'd be the new administration sort of point person on the on the border, which in my mind, they desperately need because the swamp doesn't do this. Very well. So the other reason is here is that because he's general counsel for we build the wall. They're talking to Tommy Fisher about saying, hey, why don't why don't, you know, why don't you build a small? We've got about twenty million dollars. That has been raised starting to go fund account, the go go fund me originally was going to write a check to the government. And then they found out the government could take the money, but they wouldn't necessarily have to do what you want them to do with it. So they said, well, we can't do that. So they went to different direction with that. So now there are relaunching their efforts and getting ready to build some of the wall with some of the donations that come in and that could very well be a border wall from Fisher industries. Which would would be great. My opinion is the reason that I'm here. Is I don't care. Who builds it? I know care. You know? The particulars of as cement steel, if it's whatever a good quality product and a reasonable amount of time. Let's go it's not a reasonable amount of time to have two miles of replacement wall up, and we're putting it a little cornerstone on it and saying isn't this great in doesn't it doesn't happen for you know, it took ten years to ten years, folks. You can't make that up absolutely ridiculous. So anyway, that's a little story while we're here today and discontinued that fight. I I honestly believe folks I said yesterday. I said, you know, my idea and give me a better one. If you got it. But my idea would be. State by state. We the people rallies that we just say, look, I take this anymore. Members of congress gets so worried their constituency is. The people have had enough. That we do what we gotta do. We. Get out there. And we say build the wall. In other words, at grassroots effort where real people demanded be done. And recognize that there's a thousand people on the steps of the capitol in Bismarck, North Dakota. Media folks are gonna notice that as well William Lage and asks was it dinner last night from Fox News channel he's going to be covering this all day long as well. I think he told me that is I hit is about ten o'clock our time back home. So you can keep an eye on the TV today while you're listening because they'll be reports from here by Fox News channel as well. So a lot of attention on this event and members of congress understand there's also USA army corps of engineers people here as well. So again, another momentous day for North Dakota company, and we're here to cover it for you on what's on your mind kind of a momentous day yesterday for a number of Minnesota company says the president United States was in the twin cities to talk about the difference. From the tax cut Bill. Isn't that fabulous? I'd say, that's fabulous. And buddy of mine. Chris bond venos- on that stage yesterday going to try and track him down today. Visit a little bit about his conversation with the president along with the other business members. But certainly a good day for Minnesota not a good day for the dome. My gosh. That was something yesterday. Wasn't it? Did you see that done? Yeah. Sure did that was really tough to wash. It was tough to watch. It was just because you just see this iconic. I mean, I've never been there. You obviously heard of it. Ironically, my daughter was just there on thing with her church in the in the school eagle spring break retreat kind of thing. So they were over over there. She got to see it just about, you know, whatever spring break was a month ago. Not even so I just seen a lot of pictures of it was in thrall semi video, you know, of the Oregon playing, and and then you think wow, now it sounds like it's got it the spire down. But as good good news as it can be at least it's in a condition where it could be rebuilt, but somebody texted this morning who owns the Notre Dame cathedral. The Catholic church or the government of France. If the Catholic church owns the cathedral, the separation of church and state crowd would have problems with the state financing, reconstruction, no doubt, there would be attachable strings to getting government money. Don't know the answer to that question on the Notre Dame cathedral. I know a lot of places in Europe the churches are now government owned, and I might add mostly empty. They're used in Europe for ceremonial things. They go there for. You know holiday celebration, or, you know, wedding pictures or something like that. But I I don't know the case there, and I would imagine since we've heard about rebuilding coming from the government that it would be there would be my guess, but. Fine question. Another texter today. I don't believe it. But an MPR reporter said this morning Omar's nine eleven comments are being taken out of context. Well, I've I saw them. I don't know what you know. I mean, you know, I I've had some people say meteorological it was that bad. What she said. I'm like, well, she really dismissed nine eleven as. Yeah. People have some things, but you know, not all this horrible terrible things are happening as a result of that. So I thought it I thought it at a minimum underplayed the magnitude of attack of that nature. I also think that when you say stuff like that, you can expect that people are going to do, you know, things that are not going to be pleasant. And I I think the idea that somebody would be threatened with their life because of something they said like in this case that political opinion or whatever is nuts. It's crazy. It shouldn't happen. But I also who would say all some people did something at Pearl Harbor. You know instead of nine eleven. Yes. Did some things they're Pearl Harbor. You know, the whole kamikaze outrage, don't you? Yeah. I do too. And I also think she is responsible for what she said, sadly that is brought some death threats on her. Donald Trump's fault. That's Donald Trump's ball. Because he saying what she said was wrong and illustrating. Hey case, you didn't know here's what happened on nine eleven. She obviously needs a license to. So I understand that all also MPR. I think that's really that's really a stretch to say was taken out of context, you can say well once the context. Yeah..

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"john ashcroft" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:56 min | 3 years ago

"john ashcroft" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Inspire inform and kidnapped to community of entrepreneurs. Joining me right now is my dear friend and mentor. Mr John Ashcroft, Mr. Marc lack the CEO narrow Jim it's great to be on. So tell us about marriage is a company that I've been the Trump. I've used their products and services, but tell us about it a lot of people do exercises, you know, for their body. Jim develops some cutting edge leading ways to inner size, your brain. So that you have more resiliency more focused more confidence. More certainty more self. Ability to deliver on the goals and dreams that you have for yourself when I first came across your work about eight years ago. I thought like multiple probably do it. I I don't know about this. It's the brain versus I thought it was just taking action. I need the strategies I need the tactics. Then I realized that that doesn't matter as much programming your subconscious mind, why is that? There's enormous amount of research. Now that's shown us that there's a huge gap between what we choose what we want to achieve consciously making that choice versus what our brains do beneath a level of awareness to prevent us from achieving those goals. So we know that the the brains got one hundred billion neurons ourselves, we know that there are different circuits the turn on and off. But there's stress circuits motivational, circuit spiritual circuits circuits that causes to put the brakes on circus that causes put the gas on. User's manual for how to understand these circuits. But even to understand the machinery. But in the last ten fifteen years the advancements. Of brain scan imaging technology where we can actually see what's happening in the brain as stimuli is being introduced, the brain weather. It's an external stimuli moving or even a thought that you might have to see the different circus that turn on rock and the different neurotransmitters in a different hormones that causes you to either be petrified of taking action. Petrified of not doing what you need to do. Because there might be an unconscious fear of being embarrassed ashamed failing succeeding, and if you're not understand how these circuits were working with cars either move forward with caused you to put the break, stay comfortable. Then chances are you're not gonna progressive s- pastors. You're capable of with this three pound amazing tool that we have. So it's only lasted seniors getting the user's manual, Mike company. Takes the best research and creates technologies. Methodologies combined together to celebrate people's ability to let go the stuff that doesn't work. So they can focus on the stuff that does. That's what I love about your stuff over so many other people aren't there is yours is research base. Yeah. Backed by science, and so many things out there. They don't have the type of research that backs with you guys have what led you to want to find neuro science as like the new technology, the new people to create change life. Whole there's there's a couple of reasons because Business Rockstars today. The the number one reason was because when I was doing one of my companies Remax thousand five hundred salespeople, and we plateaued at about one point two billion dollars. That's a nice place to plateau. But I knew that the potential was about five billion in sales are year. And I'm used to give my agents folks, I used to bring the best speakers in the world. I would give them cassette tapes back, then I would give them anything with everything to upgrade their knowledge and their skills, whether their mindset emotional mastery behavior that they needed to ten and a very small for some actually do what the blueprint said you need to do to me all the blueprint really got fascinated with. Why is it that we can have goals? We can have dreams aspirations we could weaken scream at the top. Lonzo my bottom so excited that she was going to rule the world. And then the next moment because of something that is hidden within most people refuse go do something else. Grab a beer we go and talk to a friend. We go and play on social media. We don't apply where we already know. We should apply fascinated with that. And that's what led me to the understanding of the different mechanics within the brain. So imagine if you had a Lamborghini or for robbery or a Rolls Royce, but nobody showed you how to turn on the car Nobis show, you how to work the gas break. Nobody showed you had to go into first gear second or third or fourth or fifth. Well, that's what we're dealing with the most with our bringing have the most powerful sophisticated three pound four in the world new users man, I started to study with some of the legal brain researchers psychologists in the democrat won they discovering about these different circuits the motivational circuit where the gas goes on. But then all of a sudden the fear circuit goes on the break goes on how new recognize this. But then how do you use fear and turn it into fuel? Because the essence of fear is cortisol. At the adrenaline Nora for nothing, which is phenomenal Brewster. But when it enters most people stream, it shuts them down because they don't know what this sensation is love the analogy about the user's manual for the Bank, and they weren't given that see your narrow Jim John Ashcroft joining us Mark lack this Business Rockstars to inspire inform and connect community of entrepreneurs take me to your story and your journey because I don't think understand if they see this successful guy today who has massive amounts of knowledge about how the brain works, and you provide people the user's manual, but I know that you have a story of adversity and kind of how you try from being a kid who was going down the wrong path. That's the thing. I mean, it goes back. I'm fifty five today. I feel like I'm in my early forties almost as soon as you, right? When I moved from Israel to Montreal. I spoke Hebrew. I didn't write Hebrew or reading. But I spoke it as a five year old boy. And I was just starting kindergarten Israel when I moved my family moved to Montreal. And I didn't know the English or French line moods there and so for two years, I was in a classroom with fifty to sixty other kids, and the teachers couldn't catch me up to the other kids where they were were they spoke spoke French wrote and and read both of them. And so I was two years behind in school, and that caused me to just feel insecure kids lasted me they joked made fun of my accent than he'd funded. I couldn't speak the fine rich. I remember getting to fight with a kid because he spit on me because I couldn't communicate. So I felt insecure fuck I was smart enough wasn't good enough wasn't worthy. And that led me to hang out with the booth of mistress and a few of those misfits start to get into trouble. So around the age of nine ten eleven twelve thirty four fifteen sixteen a longtime. I hung out with this group of mistress. Went from raid. Six all the way through about grade eleven we li- we stole cheated break. Menchu's we imported and sold drugs. And we did stop that. I'm not proud of today. Did stop to fit in. We did stuff to have some money in our pockets. We did stuck to have this provider about us a little bit up, and I came from a family so on one hand had a loving mother loving father loving sister loving, brother. But I was doing all this stuff that just wasn't right. And I didn't know better at the time from a perspective of how I could feel better about myself. And when I was nineteen enough was enough because I was getting very very close to being locked up for a while. And I went to visit my brother he introduced me to a client of his tennis pro and interest me decline, if this is a very successful businessman philanthropist making millions of dollars, but more than that he really cared about people and got a real estate company and may nineteen eighty. The day after I met him. He enrolled me in real estate school. I was twenty thousand nine hundred nine on June. Twentieth. Nineteen eighty I got my real estate license. Now, the reason I know those dates so well is five weeks nine to five class. I passed the test on my own and I cheated to get out of high school on my final exam. So it was very significant because I actually found something that I thought maybe was my them pack, and I did the work, and I actually liked it. And so what I hated school and didn't do not because I wasn't smart. I thought it was because I wasn't doing well environment that just in foster my creativity. My my my my my knowledge that want to acquire its I had this block from school. I hate school. And as soon as I got into this environment where I learned something, but I wanted to and I had a mentor who guided me love Taty showed show cared for me and help me work on retrieving my own brain first year. I made thirty five thousand dollars was making twenty five thousands of cabdriver. My parents still thought I was doing the stuff. That's how like come on. What why are you dressing so nice where where's the money in your pocket? And then the second year by retrain, my brain and building my beliefs and my habits, and my perceptions and learning how to control my mindset and my behavior I mean, one hundred fifty one thousand dollars. So the path Junan is is very similar to mine where you're learning all of the ways to think, and that was really the beginning in some I break came from being sick and tired of being sick and tired, and knowing that I had potential, and I was standing on the edge of my potential, but I just didn't know how to get over that chasm because my answer churns were so deep and now you help everybody do that in their own lives breakthrough their financial glass ceiling help them overcome next seasons of diversity. Yeah. It's all about that. So somebody says I love this John Ashraf guy either. I've heard him before this is my first time hearing about him. I love this neuro science. One of the best things they could do is. We have an event that happens on Saturday, and it's called on that will bring in some of the world's leading experts in psychology experts to help people just understand the ripe waivers the wrong way to set goals had a master their minds had a master their emotions, and they can just go to your brain a Thon dot com. Well, I've lost the last three brand Athans over the last three years. And I not only love the Brandon but action used the program.

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"john ashcroft" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"john ashcroft" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"The community of entrepreneurs joining us right now is Jessica Allman she's the founder of the law groups on the show. Thank you such a pleasure to be here. So tell us about your company. What do you do? I am a business attorney we help entrepreneurs and CEO's build successful businesses. I love your dress, by the way. Thank you so much. What is it? It seems like a very like I actually got it in Paris this summer interesting. It's like the Japanese. Do you have any favorite mentors that have impacted your life from me personality? John Ashcroft, Tony Robbins Napoleon house, so many other amazing mentor. Yes. My number one most impactful mentor has been David Nagel. David literally, looking he's an amazing man who literally working with him as changed my life. I love that. I feel like so many aspiring and current entrepreneurs. They need to have more and better mentors new life. United actually crossing paths retired about some of the different groups that we know so. Yeah, it's funny. How when you start getting into the space you start working on being a better version of you start to meet the same people is truly a small group. When we live in the same area. Yeah. How did you get into your business? What kind of inspires you lead you into the background law, creating a sort of a coaching business around. Yes. So I always thought would be an entrepreneur I never dreamed. I would be in an attorney and through a series of events, I became a lawyer. And I started my legal firm and in the beginning when I started very law group. I realized that for some reason I couldn't figure out how to create a successful business. So I had six months of revenue was twelve thousand dollars, and I all in. And I couldn't figure out what was going on. Because I was a smart woman. I was trained at a big firm. I could get along with almost anyone. Why is why is this happening to me? And so I set out on this journey try and figure it out. And what I realized was that I had to change who I was in order to have a different result in order to have the success that I wanted in business. Well, what was the light bulb moment, or this shift that happen that took from twelve thousand dollars over six months to having the success that you have now there had been some secret sauce or something you figured out? Well, in the beginning, I knew that there had to be a way to build a successful firm because I know a lot of people that have done I figured if I could just find someone who can teach me how to do it that I could also build a successful often. But what I came to see in that process was someone else says how they did it will never be the same as mine because I have different circumstances. They do. So then I realized wow, I need to change who I am. Because I need to become a person who has the successful business. So in that process of growth and learning from awesome mentors. That was when I started also working with clients and helping them do the same thing in their companies. I love so much that you brought up that you said you had to become a better version of yourself to make your goals become a reality because I feel like so many entrepreneurs and just people in general, they want to have more things they want to have more money have more freedom. Have better relationships have better health. They wanna have more things have a bigger house. A better car, whatever it is a lot of people want to have more things, but very rarely are they willing even aware that to have more you have to be more. Where did you learn that because I feel like so many people try to stay the same. And have more intuitive. If you become the person to have in falls into place, where did you learn that? But I always say the same thing as we all know that you can't change and stay the same. But yet, that's what pretty much everyone is trying to do in their mind. They're just thinking if I just keep doing the same thing I'm doing now, I'm gonna have a different result. And the beginning of me realizing that was actually working with David Nagel, which he helped me to see really clearly I was living this life over here..

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