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"john davis" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast

The Mighty Oaks Podcast

07:13 min | 3 months ago

"john davis" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast

"Looking for a great conversation. Obviously there are so many things going on in the world right now at this moment and we're recording this earlier in the week but when it is released on friday and saturday this week so many things are happening and it's hard to keep track of but we're gonna very important conversation today some things that are happening locally and some things that are happening within the mighty foundation so looking forward to that before we jump into that though. I want to remind you. Please take some time if you're listening to the podcast version of this or you're listening on the radio. Take some time when we're done to go over to youtube and you can find us there. Go to youtube search for mighty foundation or a mighty warrior programs. Probably if you put in mighty oak find us and you can go to our channel. Hit subscribe hit then the notification bell. Let's you know when all of this content comes online and we do this show of course but we do a lot of other things that go on youtube and we love to share that with you so make sure that you are notified when that happens you can also share this content out and the reason we do this show in this format is so that you have a resource for yourself but you also have resource to share out with others and trust. You'll take advantage of that and again. Thank you for joining us. Please let us know if we can do anything to help you. My guest today is someone. That's been on our show many times before. John davis is here via zoom because the whole world is zoom right now. So that's how we operate. A john davis is with us. John works for the mighty oaks foundation. He works with our applicants in many cases. He's the first person someone who applies to our program will interact with any very involved in our first responders program. And we're going to talk about the first responders program today and Just wanted to give you an overview for those. That are not familiar with the work that we do with first responders. Police officers firefighters those in that community. How we serve them why we serve them the way that we do and many of the unique challenge challenges that they're facing today john. Thank you once again for joining us. Really appreciate it. Great beer there are a million things going on in the world and man one of the big things for you guys right now. Your son is being deployed to help deal with a lot of what's happening in afghanistan. Yes i as. He's probably on enr out there right now but Of course brings memory of gone over the middle east my stuff number years ago. I offered my wife. She's been through it With her ex-husband as well as her brother. So it's kinda it's different for her. Though i'm she definitely says a lot different being her son right and then a spouse or or a sibling for sure. So she's actually pretty. Well obviously nervous in in brain a lot and Was brothers are a little bit more fired up than are yeah not not too happy about that I just you know. Just nerves foreign him. Obviously but yeah. It's it's an interesting time. You don't know what's going to go on over there like nobody does but sh you know disarmament app cat faith. And he's ready. Yeah yeah it's a it's a crazy thing. I think we you know we have this conversation. Law and folks are organization. Do we've all served Most of us have been in combat situations. But when you talk about your kids going it's a whole different game and it. It's funny i. I was never afraid to go But you can be afraid for your kids and I mean i you know this. He's eighty second actually might seem exact unit. Different jobs and come about medic is afford observer but so definitely a lot of memories. Come back and lives in the same barracks that i was in on same places that a lot of those danger coming up i i had not a bad way but force reliving some of that will be imperfect garrett for sure and trust the gal take care of him And i it's funny for us. I think a lot of the reason we do the work that we do. And we're passionate about it is because it's very personal to us We're gonna talk about our first responders program today and You know this is one of the areas for my son who's looking at a career in law enforcement and You spend a lot of time with them and mentor him. And a lot of ways in that area But it is very real to us because we understand personally. The impact not only having served but seeing those who we encourage our kids to be good citizens and to serve others now. They're doing it and like this is really one for them. But we've got to take care of them and so you know one of the ways that we attempt to do that here. The mighty oaks dacian is by serving the first responder community which is kind of new to us. I continue to say that we've been working with first responders for a very long time but in a very focused very concerted effort last couple of years. We've added so many in law enforcement and fire service. He antiques course. Paramedics others in the first responder community to our program As we begin. We'll talk about some specifics. But can you just give us an overview of what that looks like how they're included kind of how that's grown over the last couple of years. Yeah i mean. When i came in we had done. I responded only. I went through the program because a combat veteran with the program. And i'll tell you like from the gig before. I even had any idea that there was going to be first responders as far as we're going to serve them. I thought my head. And why i got involved with mighty oaks and first places man. I needed a news. One as a young case officer my time in the military and the comment was i had You know those. In at least. I didn't think at the time what bothered me. Much wasn't the intensity. All the guys are post nine. Eleven can afghanistan some of the crazy battles in iraq Just enough give me a taste but most of my. I guess you could say trauman issues. I that i dealt was was through law enforcement. And i just thought my head is like man if i could have had something some type of structure that might which could have provided. I was bleeding when other police officer as i shared before i was i was walking with the lord started police officer in the and i drifted into very very dark place and i had such a passion. My heard the messages from the veterans From everybody there. That man. I just wanted to. I had no idea that i could be involved in mighty. I went through And just in my head and my heart. I was like man. Police officers need this. Young police officers means offense options. Need and i needed it and fortunately And i was able to be part of mighty oak sin and serve than. It's grown tremendously for sure. Yo it's been awesome. Sue where we were to where we are now as far as serving those guys yup early on we said if you're in the first responders community which is a pretty a pretty big umbrella but if you're in the first responder community you can attend one of our regular programs and we'll fit you in and that worked really well until we realized there were so many folks that needed to be a part of it but police officers and firefighters definitely police officers but also firefighters are very cynical dislike. Those in the military are and so it took us just a minute to get things moving but once it did Just like on the veteran side having veterans who have been in combat speaking to other combat veterans. There's a kinship of brotherhood And that relationship brings people along. The exact same thing has happened on the first responders side. And it's it's.

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"john davis" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

03:33 min | 5 months ago

"john davis" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast

"That they have this experience in many them returned to earth and transform their focus their purpose of in focus to like edgar mitchell set up a school that teaches a connection of all things or they become environmentalists. Or something like that. There's been so many. Instances of that and the science of our is pretty interesting where they talk about the frontal lobe activity decreases and that gives us a sense of connective. So they're starting to to link as you said the biology the neuroscience to these spiritual practices. Whichever way you want to look at it and if you wanna look through spiritual answer you want to look at through metaphysical one the idea that we are happy people and we what show up in service in love is the main point right right my favorite buddha quote of all time when you realized how perfect everything is you'll tilt your head back and laugh at the sky that's beautiful. It's it's all the same stuff it's matter of of working with what you got and what we got is gonna get a little. Woo hearing road down that path. Now though mean all good so i'm a firm believer that that because everything's an energy event there is a vibration and that vibration as defined by the apostle. John is god in god as he said in. The book of john was god is love so i often believe that we are here to experience. Our connection or experience with god truly is by having control of our own fear and so imagine being immersed in god but having a fog machine and your hand on the knob and you can turn the fog of fear all the way up and not see it. You can turn it down. You can pretend almost nothing but you can't as edgar mitchell would say you can't measure something without having a baseline to measure from so you can't experience that source of that got energy without understanding the opposite and the opposite of love is of course fear and everybody says well noah tate well hate is just a product of fear. If you're hating it's because you fear something. So i live this principle of just be love and when i feel myself in a negative state at all i go. What is the fear. And i addressed the fear and i turned my flog machine down just a little bit. That's fantastic. What a great place to wrap up this interview john. This has been really special conversation. I think you so much for coming on the show so fabulous thank you. I had a great time very rare. I get to talk by spiritual stuff usually. I'm among business. And i'm talking about you know peak performances and getting your people to do this and all that but i love having this kind of conversation my favorite..

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"john davis" Discussed on Dadpreneur - Business & Digital Marketing Talk

Dadpreneur - Business & Digital Marketing Talk

05:41 min | 5 months ago

"john davis" Discussed on Dadpreneur - Business & Digital Marketing Talk

"Down with john davis. He is the ceo and founder of the corporate action hero. Welcome to the show john. Why so glad to be here. And i'm gonna really excited to talk to you about action heroes stuff. My son would be happy. He's a huge marble. And actually every saturday night. We we have our little. Like powell. 'cause i have three smaller ones. The can stay up that late on saturdays Hem and i ever saturday night. Watch one of the dozens of marvel super you know but it's great because the metaphor for superheroes that's what attracted me to you was like. Hey you know why. In incorporate like we talk about leadership of course and it's a little bit dry so when i watched some of your videos as we interacted over the last few weeks i thought. Wow yeah i. I gotta talk to you so tell me about john. Davis and the corporate action hero. Okay well but back. When i was young man. I had a dream of being a stuntman and fight director and do all kinds of big crazy physical things. I wanted to swing from trees and wear tights and sword fight and do all kinds of stuff like that and by the way yes i said. We're tight try not to visualize says dad. Poor right on yeah. It's not pretty anyway. So that was my big dream. And then i was well on the way to get there. I was working with two of the top flight. Directors in the world heading toward my black belt in taekwondo and at twenty two years old. I climbed up inside of a van. And i picked up a box of clay and when i turned to set the box outside of the van my spine broken to and i collapsed and was paralyzed..

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"john davis" Discussed on The Speaker Station Podcast

The Speaker Station Podcast

04:10 min | 5 months ago

"john davis" Discussed on The Speaker Station Podcast

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"john davis" Discussed on The Speaker Station Podcast

The Speaker Station Podcast

03:18 min | 5 months ago

"john davis" Discussed on The Speaker Station Podcast

"You want to become confident. Incredible every time you speak in public well you can be. And it doesn't matter whether you're speaking on stage presenting in meetings or selling to prospects by being a more compelling public speaker you can increase your impact influence in income. I'm peter george public speaking coach international speaker and author and this is public speaking with peter. George you may ask yourself. What a former stuntman fight director college professor and motivational speaker can do you okay. You'll probably never ask yourself that question. But you do want to know the answer. My guests in this episode. John davis speaks to companies all over the world empowering the teams to awaken their interaction hero. So they can achieve more. He does this using his five. F approach which hacks the fight or flight response. John is an internationally known keynote speaker. Comedian fight director stuntman college. Professor i piston director in action hero. He's traveled extensively throughout the world speaking to audiences of all ages and backgrounds in twenty countries in over four thousand live performances. John inspires you to set and reach a maximum potential and awaken your interaction hero. After the tragic events of nine eleven john dedicated a great amount of time bringing entertainment to soldiers overseas on six. Uso tours. john performed more than one hundred shows and his taken his comedy to even the most remote bases in both iraq and afghanistan. The amazing thing is not only. Is john done all of this. But he's done much of it after being paralyzed workum to the show john. I'm really glad to be here. Thank you for having me john. You use the term action hero speaker. What's the difference between a topic speaker and action hero speaker. It's a great question. It's so funny because my name is john davis. Which is the most eric name in history. And so i. I personally needed to have a brand that. Set me apart from anybody else but a topic speaker like if if someone's going out and searching for a leadership speaker they're not necessarily looking for a high dollar. I come into speak about spell leadership but if they go out and they searched for tony robbins. They're looking to something different so a rockstar speaker. An action here speakers one who stands out among the crowd and and literally come in there and get a really dynamic speech and might have multiple topics like as the corporate action hero. I speak about leadership. team building. diversity inclusion. I also speak about how to overcome adversity and obstacles in a career and and change management. So i've got lots of topics. But when they want to hide when they're looking for speaker and they want and they hire me they're looking for the corporate action here a separate you from everybody else right exactly and the ones that you know action here. A lot of people call it lea topic speaker or rockstar speaker. It's the same basic thing. It's it's about a marketing element. I'm marketing the corporate action hero..

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"john davis" Discussed on Biz4Good Show

Biz4Good Show

03:09 min | 6 months ago

"john davis" Discussed on Biz4Good Show

"Welcome to the biz for good show where we highlight misfits outcasts and renegades for the being good at good movement we spotlight people that are changing the world by having integrity and honesty and creating an environment of connection the showing. The true secrets is excess. And creating a life of greater impact so come on board and create your own phys for good life well go. We'll go to joe. I think i pulled my shoulder. Dancing to the intro. Welcome to the joe. Have your host body glit- james along with the in the house. Ri- bill gig in the house. Ryan bilk over there. I await boo. Oh this one doesn't work anymore. That's interest. Oh there you are welcome ladies and gentlemen to the biz. Forget show here is ryan pilkington. Tell us about shoulder day yes today. We're sitting ho. Hey everybody we're going to listen to chirping. We have bob ross's son on the show today. Barbara's so exciting. Process bob ross. His son also known as the happy accident. We're gonna have so much already. We're gonna have so much fun but john what's going on okay. Dell's let's get serious is a series show. Okay it's not a series show but Let's tell us about show today right. Yeah thanks for. Joining us for another episode is a good show. We have john davis with us. And i didn't ask where he's from. Where are you at right now. Buddy i am in akron. Ohio the rubber city. They're rubbers roberson for tires rubber for safe sex..

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John Davis, Real Milli Vanilli Singer, Dead at 66

Dan Caplis

00:31 sec | 6 months ago

John Davis, Real Milli Vanilli Singer, Dead at 66

"john davis" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

Sprinkled with Hope

05:35 min | 7 months ago

"john davis" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

"And But we created this Acronym called hope from hope H o p. heart over compassion and being enough so what what is your definition of heart. Or what would you say about heart having heart having heart. Well how your heart is your fire. Your heart is your your experience but the heart lives in in your this is going to sound very esoteric. It lives in your love. You know the possible john. One time said that god is love and so if you're a spiritual life in any form you're coming from that place of heart The reality of it is the past several years. Our society has lost a lot of that heart and we need to start seeing people for who they are. i've. I've traveled to thirty countries around the around. The world and i will tell you this every country i've ever been in i've been treated like a prince have been treated lovely but i treated them that way. I i one time at one of the best conference ever got was from a fellow performer. Who i truly admired. And i had a comedy partner and this other this other guy comes up. He says i got to tell you something. Johnny said watch you. What's your show he says and your partner comes on stage and he works hard for twenty minutes to get the audience alaikum since you walk on stage and they love you immediately. Y i said. Because i love them i. He went into the looking for them. Not like i want and then loving them first without even thinking about that to me is what heart is putting your compassion. Your love out to everything and everybody. That's why i do what i do. That's really cool. So you'd mentioned something about love. The second part of double down dose today for you is how would you define love. How would i define level. I define loves the essence of everything. Because i believe god is love and i believe god is everything and einstein when he started search studying his his sci-fi discovered that everything is made of atoms and If god is love and got his everything. And i live in god's image than than got be beloved right how i love it but i but i think that he's here's an interesting..

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"john davis" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

Sprinkled with Hope

05:34 min | 7 months ago

"john davis" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

"So but i did that. I started doing online courses. They started doing more virtual events and when code is done. It's gonna be amazing. Because i'm i'm going to have live events. Virtual events online courses. My book will be close to being finished right because i just leverage the time but you know there. There was a lot of benefits with cova. To like for instance right now. I am not wearing pants. I believe because. I don't have to wear them and you don't have to see it exactly so you in your book. What are you writing or do you writing about. I'm writing a book called be an action hero. Not a reaction zero and it's it's all it's all about the five fs and and and how to how to leverage the present moment move forward that's awesome. I love that mindset. 'cause shane and i have talked about you. Know taking action. We totally believe in that and you know is as simple as you know oftentimes when we get up in the morning. We're a you know we just lay back in bed and we want pull the covers over. And that's done right but the action is flipping the covers off kicking your feet out of bed and getting up and moving right and that's really simple as action is. It's as simple as getting up out of bed in the morning. And so you know the action steps that you've talked about and and you know in your mindset. It's as easy as kicking your feet out the bed. All you have to do that thing right. It's the small moments you know. It's like the getting out of bed. That being from therapy paralyzes. It was the small moments. It wasn't it wasn't the big giant no no giant outcome ever going to magically appear your present moment. It just doesn't work that way you have to do things alignment with the bring it to you. Here's another thing. life is about motion. If you're not if you're not moving in general then you're not. You're not i creating anything in your life of this positive or sprinkling hope. Yes we're off. The thing is if you think about like this in nature water rushing downstream. You know when that water is moving and full of life getting oxygen healthy. It's wonderful take that same water and put in a puddle and let it stagnant becomes poisonous. Bugs lay their eggs in. It becomes nasty. Stagnancy will kill you. You've got to keep the motion going no matter what you do you know. It's like you watch these park or guys doing these jobs. Right jumping stunts. That as a stuntman. I know in how. I'd do it especially not now i hear you is. They're they're using the.

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"john davis" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

Sprinkled with Hope

02:43 min | 7 months ago

"john davis" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

"I believe one hundred percent and declarations. I declare i do right. Here's the interesting thing is when you're declaring something people declare things all the time and what they say about. The present moment is declared. I am wanting i am needing. I am hoping i am trying. Well you're consecrating wanting meeting. Hope you're trying i am. I am becoming a man. I am losing weight. I am you know history look at this affirmation so the fat guy got one hundred and fifty pounds lose. He says. I am a thin man right but that guy still can't see shoes. Here's a hard time believing that because he doesn't believe it right right but he can sit in this moment. Say i am losing way. I am walking an extra quarter mile today. You know he couldn't say those things make those present mowlem act of taxes got fearlessly focused with face and follow through and then the last one was the one we started with in this conversation. Not that not not to five s. But the won't be started with. Originally was was flexibility mental flexibility. When something comes up to seems contrary to what you're trying to achieve your goal is to keep your eye on your target and realized that your subconscious mind is showing you this thing because it's something new Addressed for you to get your goal because you're creator. Not something can be stopped. Your momentum can't be stopped alicia choose it your choice today or tomorrow comes so choose here. But you're going to have tomorrow and just keep choosing it that's awesome. I love those five Five fs dozer s. That's why your audience is going to give you guys the five workbook and it's free. It's a free gift and he'll sweeter my my profile pod match the link. Is you guys to put in your in your show notes. Now i just want to before we move on with rescue questions. I want your audience. That is a free gift. When i say free gift i'm not even going to ask you for your email address or anything. It's just a link to go get it. I don't think that my job today. It could bring value to you not to have you give me give me money or something else you know. The word action needs to create momentum. Start emotion or do something. Word hero is someone who's chiefs extraordinarily results in service of others and so heroes. Don't expect return. And so i live my life. It's an action hero by serving others and try to bring them the best results they can..

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"john davis" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

Sprinkled with Hope

03:31 min | 7 months ago

"john davis" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

"Tried to stop them from getting through well being being a good father. My job was to make my six year old win. Of course so. I'd get up there. And i i do this. I leave the whole center wide open seat hitters every time and then it'd become my turn to shoot and i'd get up there and i'd shoot the wall on the floor the ceiling and anything but the damn trash can says cirque laughing about the fourth of potential. Your dad i know why you miss. I said why because you don't believe you're gonna hit it. You gotta believe it. You know you can get us and focus on any goal you want. But if you don't believe it then you're not gonna make shakespeare wrote in a hamlet. Can claudia says words without thoughts never to heaven. Go you've got to put your beliefs your thought behind what your focus. You know you can say anything you want. But if you don't believe it ain't gonna happen right right. so fearlessly. focus with faith. The next one is the hard one. It's the one that i struggle with. it's follow through. You actually have to do something you have to actually take have to take a present moment action and do something and if you're not taking the president action that's because you're stuck on number one you're still second some fear some fear stopping for moving. So you gotta you gotta get into this. I m taking an action now. The interesting about taking action is. You only have one moment than you can do anything. You can't go to the store next thursday right now and you can't go to the store last thursday right now you can only go to the store right now the only you have you can put thought were need into right. Here's where people get stuck. They get stuck in this moment and they look where they want to go and it looked so big and daunting out there and they think they have to struggle to get to it but the thing is that's not the way. The brain works at all The brain says i set a goal for the next future president moments right my passes just a stack of memories of president moments so i set a goal for this present moment and then i started doing things very successfully. Small successful present moments. That are in alignment with outcome and that big giant goal comes to me it. Just i'm doing small things. These little small things bring it to me so that first day my back muscles you know slowly worked every day to small little moments and next thing i was jumping off towers and climbing mount sinai and doing all these amazing things in my life because that moment gave me the opportunity to say okay. Stay very present in spirituality. The most people don't know what the word amen means today mend means. Oh i know this but it's not it's not. I've heard this really recently. Actually but y'all go ahead so be. Yeah yup right here right now. it's done that's that's what it means. Amen sobia so for me. I look at this moment as i am now here. Here's what i find interesting. A lot of people get into this whole affirmation thing During the air quotes. You can't air quoting handwrite now. Affirmations don't believe in them and i'll tell you like grab the word of affirmation means i'm shoring something up that's not solid which means in your present moment you don't believe it solid so you have to affirm it.

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"john davis" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

Sprinkled with Hope

03:11 min | 7 months ago

"john davis" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

"So you're focused on a goal the objective. The thing that you're going towards for me the doctor had said to me. Your your goal is no longer there. And i said no. My goal is there. I am going to achieve exactly what settlement achieve. Nothing can stop me on a on a real deep physics level. Everything you see is just adams anyway and the only thing that manipulates your experiences your thought so. Just get your thoughts in the right place and start doing that. So those are the. I two five fs. Do you wanna talk about that a little bit. Continue on please okay. So we got fearlessly. Focus right now. Focusing is an interesting thing you can focus on positive you can focus on negative and have you guys know negative people. Have you ever noticed that. They always have something. It'd be negative about. Oh yeah that's because they're conscious mind is focused on negative and their subconscious mind shows them things to be negative about. And that's the way the conscious and subconscious mind work. Have you guys. Were bought a car. Did you ever did you choose. What kind of car you before you went to go buy nope. No no okay. Have you ever bought anything big that you knew you wanted before you went to buy it. Yes okay did you notice it. After you made that conscious choice. We started seeing that sitting. Oh yeah and that's true with the cars to right after you buy cards. Seems like you see that car exotic road your conscious focus. It's that hits that choice your subconscious mind kicks in to help you achieve it. And if you know how to work your subconscious mind by staying present moment positive your subconscious mind will continue to show you positive things and so for me. I couldn't get into his negative thoughts. The doctors negative thoughts to get into my positive thoughts of what i was achieving. And so that's that's how that fearlessly focused the next one's the court. There's five of them and this is the middle right. That's the one that it's holds everything up on both sides. Faith confidence belief fearlessly. Focus with faith. You gotta believe it now might my kid you guys ever had nerf weapons nerf guns. Oh yeah okay. I'll those fights all the time. I have my son. He's now seventeen back when he was six. We hit a nerve across guessing across. But i don't have one of those dude. Let me tell you something if you're into nerve at all. The crossbow is ridiculously accurate. Stupid accurate right. we would. We would have this game where he at six years. We would shoot who sit on our couch and living in the living room through the kitchen door at the side of the trash can and pain. But you know that sounds amazing but you could hit it every damn time and my six year old could hit it every damn time so what we did was. We made the game harder so whoever wasn't shooting would stand halfway between the kitchen and the couch with two nerves source.

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"john davis" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

Sprinkled with Hope

05:31 min | 7 months ago

"john davis" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

"How you got pastor or through that situation where you were. You know stuck in probably. I'm assuming can't really move. So how did you. How did you get that into your mind other than just reading that book or did you just kinda in reading that book you decided. Hey this is what i'm gonna do. I'm not gonna let somebody else dictate my life and that's it. Well there's alive. I was also. I also studied philosophy and so i was. I was very much into reading the stoic philosophers and a lot of their thought processes. And i also have a weird passion for studying spirituality as well and though i was raised catholic My mom was very open. Study whatever i wanted. And when i started seeing correlations and all of them i started realizing that they were telling us how we how we create our own experience. So buddha's what you think you become you create world. gandhi says. You must be the change. You want to see the world christmas. Says you're the culmination of your thought. Jesus said whatever you ask in. God's name is granted but most said god's name was i am so i am as view declaring your present moment so what i did was i started declaring my present moment the way i wanted to declare my present moment. Not how somebody else was telling me. I had to and so by by getting real solid in my present moment and staying right here and then starting to stack successful present movements now. This process took me to all really amazing. Place eventually started studying. How learn linguistics. And how the brain works and the wanted knows this as well and i started studying how the conscious in the subconscious mind work and i created the process. Notice the five fs and the five or a means whereby we hacked the fighter flight response and so for me his his example. I'm lying in that bed. The doctor tells me you'll never going to be a fight director. You're never going to be a stunt man you're done so that actually told me so. The first thing that happens. I have a fear response right now. When you have a fear response in general we all have this natural primal response to fight or flight response and when you have a fierce months the first thing you do is you feel like you can't breathe. Yeah well scientifically what's actually happening. It's not that you can't breathe. Is that your body is conserving. Air is holding air in because the second you know how thing were you. You see a child almost fall and you go. Gas for air rancho name. that's unnatural primal response just like the did you guys are watching. His national geographic shows on. Tv did you see that. One episode with the gazelle. I don't think it's a joke. They're all with the damned. Is we talking about poor doomed. Gazelle out there in the field much ram and then that predator cat hits the field. The first thing that gazelle does go. Guess prayer. right it's an actual primal response. Actors are trained. That if they if they're on stage and they forget all their lines they're literally trained to exhale relaxed their muscles because it shuts off the fighter flight response and get some back into their brain and all their lines rush back into their head. So it literally is as easy as setting your fierce..

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"john davis" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

Sprinkled with Hope

03:36 min | 7 months ago

"john davis" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

"Comedy sword fighting shows all over the world including the frontlines of iraq and afghanistan on six doors. And i've worked in film. I'm an expert. In whips numb chucks europeans. Were play asian tour. Play do western gun spinning. I have i had a very very very physical career and then towards the end of my career. I discovered that i still like doing all those cool things all those whips and all that but i also really liked helping. People reach their their personal performances. And so i had to find a way to marry the two. So i created something called the corporate action hero where i go into two businesses now and using whips and dump trucks in my speeches. I i actually inspire people one of the things that happens in the final thing and one of my main keynotes i bring the most timid person i can find in the room to the stage and in under five minutes. They learned to crack a whip and take targets out of my hand. Wow that's awesome. Nothing's ever gone wrong. Nothing that's cool such an amazing story that you're you're there sitting the doctor says you're paralyzed and you're not be able to do anything in you're saying no. My mind is much stronger than that. I'm gonna make my mind. Show my body i need to do. You've mentioned your comedy. Sword fighter what. What is that well base. Basically when i was going to be a stuntman. director i met two guys who were professional fight. Directors in like very well known professional fight directors at the maryland renaissance festival and. They thought i had talent so they started giving me their training. Well i also enjoyed the renaissance festival and for those of you guys who've never been to renaissance festival basically what that means for many years. I was wearing tights and living in the woods. But i went on. I put together. This show called hack and slash. they did. We did renaissance festivals. All over the states that show became very very popular. And then get get this story. You're gonna love this one. September eighth two thousand and one thing about the date eighth. I'm stepping off stage at the at the male renaissance festival. Guys walk up to his. Hey we're from the pentagon we we've been watching your show for years. We love your show. Would you like to do. Uso tours so september tenth we dropped off our packet at the pentagon and timber eleventh the pentagon and the twin towers got hit by planes right and so yeah they call it a slap a week three weeks later because they closed all their offices they called us up and they go right away and that year went from november through february For the build up going into afghanistan we just hold bases in europe. The next year we went back to europe again and then the third tour they sent us all the way out to iraq afghanistan. all the stands. There's lots of stands. We actually did a. There's only was only one. Us base in pakistan. And it's surrounded by a pakistani base because it's not safe enough for the americans have their own fence near civilians and so we were actually in on impact costanza. So we we did. We went all the way out to the frontlines of iraq afghanistan and there are some amazing harrowing stories from those. I could share with you at some point if you want. Yeah i just find it interesting and fascinating just that you were paralyzed and so can we go back to that. A little bit and kind of talk about you. Know.

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"john davis" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

Sprinkled with Hope

05:04 min | 7 months ago

"john davis" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

"Hill podcast with your host. Jason we have an awesome guest with us today. John davis and i'd like to introduce him just a little bit. John davis has lived the life of an action hero. He has been a professional fight. Director and stuntman for stage and screen and artistic director of three regional theme parks a sword fighting comedian which is interesting. We'll talk about and motivational speaker author and coach so. Welcome to our show john. We're we're really excited to have you on. I'm really excited to be here. We're gonna have funded eight. I'm glad you didn't call me any name. S no way. So don do you my kind of giving a little bit of your background. You got the all of these things that you've done and you know some trials as well that you've gone through. Would you mind talking about just briefly brief synopsis. On that sure. Actually all of the things that i've done and that was a that was a small list of all the things i've done. I've done a lot more than that. I've been in the pyramids of giza top. Macci pty climb mount sinai. And i've done a lot of really amazing things. I i worked in films with brad pitt. navy company. All that stuff. All those things happened because of a traumatic incident in my life. When i was twenty years old. My dream was to be a stuntman in a fight director and have a very very physical career. I was on my way to becoming getting my black belt. In taekwondo. At the time and i was i was really working towards that career of being a very physical man and twenty two years old. A friend of mine. And we're gonna debatable whether he's a friend later because he called me up and asked me to help them van which you know. That can't that's not really friendly. That's like asking your friends. Help you move right along. So he says. Can you come help me unload my van. And i said sure no problem and he. He was a professional potter. He hit a van full of clay eighty pound boxes of clay. So it wasn't going to be an easy day. And so. I got out there at this point. Like i said i was big buffer had long fabio hair unlike this feeling not a solar panel for love machine. I'm so i got there. I picked up. The i eighty pound box clay and when i turned to set the box out of the van my upper body separated from my lower body and it collapsed paralyzed. And when i say my upper body separate if my lower body i don't mean like split to but my splendid spine differently did took. They took me to the hospital. They told me. I had a condition known as spina bifida culture which basically means three vertebrae about my pelvis never formed properly birth and when i twisted that day with the extra weight i literally unscrewed the top of my back from my lower back and Doctor told me that day flat out you're done. There's no stunt work. There's no fight direction. There's no martial arts you'll never ever physical career start thinking sedentary lifestyle right now because you're never gonna back. They'll be able to do the things that you want to do and Twenty two years old hearing that. When you're only dream is to be a stuntman in the fight director was devastating and i went to some very very deep dark places and then somebody came in and some people think it was almost cruel..

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"john davis" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

04:25 min | 10 months ago

"john davis" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"I finished the word range in a bomb. Blew up right over there right after. I said it. Colonel without flinching looks at me looks back and says son. You can't get further down range. As far down rangers you could possibly be as a rising an experience anyway. Isn't it read. I mean obviously. You always remember the recipe and i remember the most about it. Yeah was the soldiers themselves. How grateful they were. Because oh my god they were. They were so grateful because it was they were it described being in the war. Like being did you ever have you ever heard of the movie. Groundhog's day. Yeah yeah yeah. He lives the same day over and over and over all right so the soldiers are like being out here. Like being a groundhog day. Only every day somebody wants to kill. You wanna your that stress. He said actually the best soldier said he said. You know mr davis. This morning i was in a firefight this afternoon for two hours. I was able to forget all about that. Yeah so so we had that kind of i kind of a positive reinforcement for going. I would you know if they need to be go. I would go right now. Yeah i would strap my tight this big body back in my tax with a different kind of war the moments an actual facts You Did mention about a targeted managed to pay the during that time. But some trick can you explain. Covid nineteen his cassidy birchington. Yeah well think about this. You know. Like bruce lee and myself. Getting out of that bed have flexible. So so covert for me. Cova hit and i had to go. Okay how do i re- rebuild by business. How do you kovac. Nineteen gives you a chance to look at things from a different angle. Yes and and not only does it give you a chance to look at things. Different aglet also gives you a chance to realize where we are going in the future economically because around if you look at amazon around. It's not has always talking out of it yet. But i don't know how it is in the united states. You know you can't go to a movie. Theater and people are very much looking at movie. Theaters are going well. Why don't they just get a gigantic. Tv and movies exactly coming more. It's a pretty large family circle around you right. So i i really think covert is going to going to open new markets and open. Yeah these yeah. It's only if you're looking for it if only if you are looking for it now. Here's the here's the interesting thing is people will sit in this moment and they'll focus on how bad it is and they'll focus on being a victim. If you focus on a negative you'll see a negative world. You'll see a negative experience around you. You gotta get focused seriously on the positive you know you only live one moment. And the moment you live is conscious moments duran. Your past is just a series of memories of present moments that you've lived yesterday at goals for president next present moment. But there's only one moment you live and if you're making that one moment negative you're living your your living the negativity out in your own real world so you have to make sure that you're living this moment positively now. Here's the cool part. You live positive moment. Here you have now started to stack positive moments in those memories behind you. Yeah now what..

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"john davis" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

04:58 min | 10 months ago

"john davis" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"Luckily that was so over. Half it up done frequent was my career anyway. So was just starting mine. Yeah set. That's the difference. But i did think back mine in hospitals. 'cause anew is gonna come to an in terms of the white physically i was telling you. Epide- physical sports again. Nicole is that definitely. Don't want to you. Sopa risk watch. It would to anyone else that was on. The bench came now. This isn't one lesnar thinking back to did in my not but it's different. Because i'm really fascinating when i when i read that book dow g kundu. Yes bruce lee when he wrote. That book was in hospital bed. Just never do martial arts or lift await again. That's what we're talking about adults. Yeah and that's what doctors told bruce and he did all the movies we know him for that. Well yeah i mean. I haven't done compare schools by all means go which i can't enjoy it so galls climbing. Well it's quite a while. There was a great golfer. Never got i never understood the the idea of hitting a ball and following. It bothers me hold every so often to put it in. Just those avenue. yeah i've thought physical size. I was a chat run. Arctic boxing and kickboxing in. You know as a kind of in this extra on thing. No place for school and things like that. That was my main thing. So i was really really track. Running is kind of more pure fitness in moines into fitness side of things in a had to get your buddy honored but yeah i mean so yes similar kind of thing always embedded aligned a different things you because it was like you. Just get stein's that's a different kind of set. This wasn't my life you know i've done this but then fell in. Use my confident and move on to something say union. You did it in a different way. Explained from for me. What happened was the mental flexibility aspect was important but that was part of what eventually became a process that i now called the five fs which l. about how the hack your mind to get over your your your cities and she more right. And if you can get into the five upset that i mean then what happens is to fight the five s. Basically basically get you very much leveraging that present moment yeah and the toughest part about moving forward in any in any any time of adversity like that is you know somebody says you're never gonna stunt man fight director even though that's been your goal for your life. The first thing that happens is you get really scared. Are you get a bunch of fear yet. What am i gonna do with my life right. So when i was on the front lines of iraq and afghanistan the soldiers. I asked them..

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"john davis" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

05:22 min | 10 months ago

"john davis" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"Your innermost capability. You have the training and the talent to succeed but do you have the guts to fail. I love what i do. We love what you do. You want to be the best at it. Today is about the power you you will change to find your path to success through the journey of those who have succeeded. And now your host dave pomme. Welcome back to the pomace show now. I have a guest hair stay. Who has the life of an action hero. He spent a professional fight director and stuntman the stage and screen an artistic director of three regional theme parks a soul. Phosphine comedian summation speaker. All and coach. If you featured on the today show and discovery channel since two thousand and one he's sport is an inspirational message to sixteen countries around the world including the frontlines both iraq and afghanistan on six. Uso tools. john davis welcome to the show. Well i'm so happy to be here. It's going to be very fun Soccer is really really fun with the the kind of things. Dan radio on really grateful to come into really entertain and with capital as well as educate me today But vessel tennis as the company sold far. What's a corporate action run. Well when you that introduction you. You saw the part where i said. Those was fight director and stuntman. And all that yeah. I also did many many years of renaissance festivals in the united states. In front of you guys who don't know renaissance festivals. Are that means that. For many many years i was wearing tights living in the woods. Oh my god. Those are all the recreation of elizabethan village basic. Yeah yeah i go off and i. We did a comedy show on hack and slash run hacking hacking slash. Comedy show sword fighting comedy bull whip nails all kinds of crazy stuff all over the world including the front lines of iraq and afghanistan with the uso. Yeah us actually out there while the war was going on in iraq. Yeah actually harrowing stories about that to al shor-short in somewhere in in the story that you can go on. The nominate sira was reminded in your life. That was pivotal. And all that. You've you've changed. Well yes being wanting to be a stuntman. Wanting to be a fight director wanted to be a very active individual I ended up. I was studying to be stuntman..

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Remembering Carl Reiner, A Legendary Writer, Producer And Performer

Fresh Air

04:34 min | 1 year ago

Remembering Carl Reiner, A Legendary Writer, Producer And Performer

"This is fresh air when Carl Reiner sitcom pilot starring him, his TV writer Rob Petrie was rejected by CBS producer Sheldon Leonard rescued it by persuading Reiner to replace the entire cast, including Reiner himself. The result. The Dick Van Dyke show was a major TV hit and made a star of its then unknown leading lady Mary Tyler Moore. Terry Gross spoke with her about the show and her TV character in 1995. What were you told about the character of Laura? Just that she was going to be a wife, a television wife, and that really had its classical parameters and dimensions that they were established. And they hardly ever varied except A Sze to whether or not the wife was the star of the show. In which case she was the funny one. Or if she were the straight man for the male star, and she was then totally supportive, but all these wives We're kind of obedient and you know, a representative of the vows to love, honor and obey. They hardly varied from that, and With with Carl Reiners character the way she was written, Laura actually had opinions of her own. While she was asserting herself. She also didn't make Dick Van Dyke look like a dummy. It was ah, a matter of two people. I mean, society's expectations of that point still said, Hey, wait a minute, lady. You only go so far here, but I think we broke new ground. And and that was helped by my insistence on wearing Pants. You know, jeans and and capri pants at the time because I said, I've I've seen all the other actresses, and they're always running the vacuum in these little flowered frocks with high heels on And I don't do that. And I don't know any of my friends to do that. So why don't we try to make this real and I'll dress on the show the way I do in real life, But it wasn't that easy. The sponsors were afraid you brazen right? They pointed specifically to if they used the term cupping under And I can only assume that that meant my you know my my seat that there was a little too much definition. And so they allowed me to continue to wear them in one episode. One scene per episode. And only after we check to make sure that there was a little cupping under as possible could coming under referring to the fit of your pants, the fit of the pants on my behind, right? But within a few weeks we were we were sneaking them into a few other scenes in every episode, and they were definitely cutting under and everyone thought it was great. The funny thing is, you know. Women liked me. They were not envious of the fact that their husbands had a crush on me. It was okay with them. They they were the first to know when I would meet people. They'd say My husband loves you so much. And he thinks you're so sexy. And this was it was not thing because they were also able to identify with me as a friend as a girlfriend. There was no resentment, no fear. Yeah, well, I think that that speaks so well for the character and your your portrayal of her. Did you do a lot of rehearsing with Dick Van Dyke? Or did you just have to do it? Minutes before the actual broken? The whole show was done in what they call multiple camera technique could still done today. But back then we were maybe the sixth or seventh show to use the technique. It began with Joan Davis, not Lucille Ball as everyone thinks John Davis did a show called I married Joan. What a girl! What a world What a life! Hey for you, and then Lucy and several other shows followed. But in that show it's a little like doing theater that's captured on film. You rehearsed for five days and then Ah, On the evening of the fifth day, the audience comes in and the camera's having blocked their moves in yours lined up with them. You film it from top to bottom in continuity. So during those five days, it was at least the 1st 3 days. It was very much a matter of rehearse. And contribute and attempt things and not be afraid to fail to make a fool of yourself. Just pick yourself up. And if it didn't happen this time, then the next time the experiment maybe it will Was a wonderfully supportive creative environment. Mary Tyler Moore, speaking to Terry Gross in 1995.

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Family demands arrests after son was fatally shot while jogging

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Family demands arrests after son was fatally shot while jogging

"Good news in other news outrage growing in a Georgia city were two white men are suspected of gunning down a black man while he was jogging in their neighborhood they have yet to face charges Evan brown reports it's been longer than two months since I bought armory was shot and killed while jogging in Brunswick Georgia he was African American and the father and son believed to have chased him down and shot him are white there have been no arrests even Miller video of the shooting the father is a former policeman now local in double ACP leader John Davis Perry wants Brunswick's police chief to resign and with this level of negligence and unjust this injustice he should not be on our payroll a special prosecutor has been

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