35 Burst results for "John Paul"
John-Paul 'JP' DeGance: Can Churches Act as Cultural Change Agents?
"Of books in my hands. I hold the book. We've been talking about this. The title is end game. The churches strategic move to save faith and family in america the author jp ganz. He's the founder and president of community. Oh and he designed and oversaw you ready for this. The largest privately funded community marriage project in us history which lowered the divorce rate in an entire us city by twenty four percent in just three years j. p. d. ganz first of all congratulations on the book and tell us this story. This is so great. Thank you so much erik Yeah we got started on on a big transfer big question can churches act is cultural change agents in a big way at a city wide scale and knowing and recognizing that That marriage just is the central piece for society and really for the faith. Get into it in the book We were able to work with more than fifty churches. Moving fifty eight thousand nine hundred twelve folks four hour or longer relationship education and lower the divorce rate jacksonville florida by twenty four percent and had independent evaluation of our work by scholars out of the university of virginia and florida state confirmed. There's no demographic explanation for that decline other than our intervention and then the churches themselves Grew in the process of a group of thirty three churches baseline there are attendance and giving saw attendance. Grow by twenty three percent and giving grow by by twenty eight percent so even doing this for utterly selfish reasons. You want to grow your church. You don't care about marriages. this will grow your church on the other hand. If you care about marriages. I i mean honestly the fact that you did this in such a buttoned up way and you had people from the outside come in to say yes in fact and again. We're not talking a little town. This is jacksonville florida. This is a big city. And you're telling me that citywide divorces went down by twenty four percent over the course of three
Pope John Paul II on the Dignity of Work
"This is Pope John Paul on the dignity of work. Sure. But I want you to listen. It's in my newsletter today. If you'd like to read the whole thing, Bongino dot com slash newsletter LeBow REM Extra sent from 1981. He says. It's not only good in the sense talking about work that it is useful or something to enjoy. Also good as being something worthy. That is to say something that corresponds to man's dignity that expresses its dignity and increases it. If one wishes to define more clearly the ethical meaning of work. It is this truth that one must particularly keep in mind. Work is a good thing for a man a good thing for his humanity. Because through work, man not only transforms nature adopting it to his own needs. He also achieves fulfilment as a human being. And indeed, in the sense becomes
The Only Thing to Fear, Is God
"What is your message to those who have been cow. I mean i. I'm just ashamed for my fellow. Man that i live in one of the most conservative catholic districts in america and all through covert. There was d- genuflection to the the altar of saint foul cheesy to this day. There's still people wearing. Moss don't have line conditions and who are living in fear. The church was you know at least half empty for most of covert. What is your message to those who have been cowed. All who feel intimidated and and who really are afraid to speak the truth of their faith or anything. That bucks the conventional wisdom's. What is your message to them if they consider themselves to be christians professor well one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. When pope john paul the second was elected the first thing he said when he stepped out on the balcony was be not afraid be not afraid. He took the words from jesus. Of course this is not originally with him but that was a message of his entire pontificate. And i think we were very much emboldened. I was a young person at the time but that message be not afraid. What is it that you're afraid of. You know and. I think that we need to rediscover the virtue and this is a christian virtue. It's also a classical virtue. As you said of courage or fortitude this willingness to face things that are difficult not to just lie down not to be snowflakes not to just give up as soon as as things get difficult we need to rediscover the value of that and our society won't tell us this will always talk about the soft virtues. They don't want to talk about the courage that is necessary. Be true men and true christians in today's age. Thank you thank you for. Reminding us of Saint john paul. The second his his pontificate really was defined by the phrase be not afraid of course from the scripture and the one thing you have to ask yourself is what are you. Afraid of is the opprobrium of your fellow man is. It's something to do with life here on earth because if that's the case that fear is ill. Place the only thing you have to fear is god and to quote the good professor. You've got to be good with
Podcast Excerpt from Led Zeppelin - "Achilles Last Stand"
"So in september of nineteen seventy five robert plant still in a wheelchair joined jimmy page in southern california to write some new songs bass player john. Paul jones and drummer. John bonham would join them not long after once. They finished rehearsing most of the material in california. The band then relocated to music land studios in munich germany to record the album in november. The challenge was that the rolling stones had already booked the same studio for december. Which left led zeppelin with about two weeks to record the whole album. Jimmy page who not only played all of the guitar parts but also wrote virtually all of the music and produced. The album was working eighteen to twenty hours a day on it in the end they ran out of time. And jimmy had to ask mick jagger for two more days. In the studio to finish up jagger gave him the two days and jimmy page almost by himself recorded all of the overdubbed seven songs worth in one single night. And then jimmy. An engineer keith. Harwood mixed the whole album. The next day the album would be named presence and it was released in march of nineteen. Seventy six robert plant described this struggle to make the presence album as our stand against everything our stand against the elements against chance. We were literally fighting against existence itself. Unlike every other led zeppelin album. There are almost no acoustic instruments on presence at all. No keyboards no mandolins or recorders. No acoustic ballads. This is an album dominated by jimmy page's electric guitar wizardry and achilles last stand may be the pinnacle of his guitar playing and arranging genius achilles. Last stand is the first track on the album opening the record with a slow fade in on jimmy. Page's guitar played on his legendary gibson. Les paul nicknamed number one. The part is doubled and then panned left and right almost imperceptibly in the background there. You can hear john. Bonham hit a few notes on a symbol and with one hit of a snare drum into the song.
Vatican Says Pope Francis Is Working and Will Deliver His Sunday Blessing From a Hospital While Recovering From Surgery
"The Vatican says pope Francis is working and will deliver his Sunday blessing from the hospital while recovering from surgery pope Francis is walking in the car it'll working and even celebrated mass at a Rome hospital where he will deliver the blessing later in the week the Vatican update says the Francis temperature was normal again following the slight fever he ran on Wednesday evening the statement adds Francis would deliver his noontime Sunday blessing from the tenth floor of the hospital an appointment that will recall the practice of Saint John Paul the second who also delivered the Angelus prayer and greeting from his suite during his occasional hospital stays I'm Charles Taylor that's my
Republican Attorney Generals Should Care About What's Happening in Georgia
"Now there's several ways to look at this. First of all new folks can do this yourself. You can look at Massachusetts versus the Environmental Protection Agency. It was a bogus decision of 54 decision. John Paul Stevens wrote the majority decision. It was an outrageous decision. But it gave standing to the state of Massachusetts to sue the EPA. Because Massachusetts basically argued, Look, Pollution doesn't know state lines across the state lines. So what happens in New Hampshire or somewhere else affects us in Massachusetts? So of course we have standing to sue the EPA. And so they said, You know what you do? Which was a Monumentally buffoonish decision, but nonetheless, it's not been overturned. It was done in order to advance the radical agenda. The D growth. And that is something that the Republican legislatures and state attorneys general can now rely on. In joining Georgia, and here's my point. Georgia has made reforms to its voting system actually liberalized that prior to the virus system that was in place. And that what happens in Georgia does affect other states. First of all, they're overlapping provisions. A lot of states that have passed laws or passing laws are doing something similar to what Georgia has like a voting. ID requirement or something of that sort.
Bongino Details How Chinese Government Never Gives up Any Information
"Time. Don't go anywhere. Folks my experience with the Chinese government. Let's There's a lot of it. Sometimes I wish they weren't but there is I didn't advance in my prior line of work over in Beijing. I did the Shangri La Hotel advance when I was working with the Department of Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff during on his detail with the Secret Service, So I was over there for a little bit of time. About two weeks or so. So, you know. In Secret service time. It's a decent enough body work to get a flavor for the place, right? I'm telling you, these guys are very good at what they do. Very good they would share with us almost nothing. Information wise. Why does that mean They're good because other countries do because they don't want the president to get whacked in their country because it would make them look like idiots. And it would be really bad for international geopolitics, right? Remember when I first joined the Secret Service and the Pope Pope John Paul, adjust left ST Louis and I got I was I had just gotten on. The guys were still recovering from the trip, and I looked at him and I said, Man, you know, I'm brand new. I mean, I've been in the office like a week. I see you guys look really tired. Like, Yeah, we worked our butts off on that trip are but so I said why they said Man, Nobody wants the pope to get whacked in their country. It looks really bad. And I thought, okay. I mean, that's what the guy was on. My words was raised and I looked at him like okay like it's kind of an interesting logic there. Well, the same thing applies obviously the foreign protectees and heads of state. What was
Interview With John Paul Brammer, the Man Behind Hola Papi
"Many people know you from la. Poppy what you've been doing for almost four years now. How has taken over this advice. Giving role changed how you handle and think about things in your own life you know. Interestingly enough not that much just because the you know the column really started out as a parody as a sort of satire. And i thought i was just going to do that. The whole way through and then once i started receiving letters that were a little more serious than hitting on issues. That you know really hit me. In my heart. I was like. Oh gosh i have started taking this call more seriously so i think that that for me was the biggest part that idea that like i could maybe be a mentor. Figure for someone out there that i wanted to do more good than harm in those situations and yet it made me a more ethical citizen of the internet for one and also kind of realize that we are all sort of mentor to someone whether we know it or not and we have to be careful like the dirty secret of advice. Columns is that you don't really give advice if someone's dating and abusive boyfriend. Yeah sure telling them. But like if i were to ask how they repair relationship with my father like. There's not an easy prescription there. Oh exactly yeah. I'm wondering like how do you think about what your role is an answering questions. I had the idea of the advice column as you know you get a question and you try to help that person. But i realized very quickly i was like but i'm inviting hundreds and hundreds of other eyeballs into this column is going to end up being when it gets published and that sort of into this other kind of object it exists on the internet. It's slowed of there for a bunch of other people to relate to more so than just trying to fix this one specific person's life and i don't think that's a bad thing necessarily just a realistic thing. You're probably not going to hit the nail on the head hundred percent of the time and fix this person's life with your little piece of content on the internet but that doesn't mean the advice column can't be a worthwhile vehicle for expressing sincere sentiments and maybe helping people tease things out and maybe helping people explore themselves in a deeper way. So that's how. I always approach my columns. I see it as more in avenue for the kind of writing. I enjoy more so than me actually trying to like in and solve problems
Pope Francis Greets Socially Distanced and Masked Visitors in Vatican
"Pope Francis has returned to doing audiences with the faithful in person off to an eighty six month interruption due to cope with nineteen Francis is greeted several hundred socially distance on moss visitors inside the courtyard of the apostolate palace the audience coincided with the fortieth anniversary of the assassination attempt against Saint John Paul the second the pope was gravely wounded on may thirteenth nineteen eighty one by a twenty three year old took as he passed through St Peter's square in an open car during a general audience Francis said the end of the street makes us aware the lines on the history of the world are in the hands of gold I'm Charles this month
"john paul" Discussed on Naked Talk with JESS
"So it's really important that we teach. These young students like margarita. The kevin mentioned and and others to to spread the message to do it with gave me with love and To help these women and children were in need or at risk of abortion. Who are often like you said exploited and like you said you said if somebody else doesn't share it you know the will. That's how i when i graduated from college. I started this when i was a In college but i studied engineering. So i actually author graduating college To go and work in aerospace industry as an engineer and i looked around and i had started this organization or looked around. Like i don't continue on. This is gonna this is gonna fall out. If i don't do you know who else well You can't rely on on other people should do this for right And so we need to be involved in some way and maybe that is You know giving up a career. Like i did and jumping into it. And maybe it's sharing on social media but maybe it's donating and so we we like to say we give kevin and arcing we give by golly so we go to campus and we reached out that way. But you go by giving so you can go to campus. Didn't may be. You're not able to obviously but you can go with us to your donation nor prayers. Obviously well so our spring campaign our goal is to raise twenty thousand dollars this end and we've had some very generous donors who will double any gifts up to ten thousand dollars we dignify receive a hundred thousand dollars we dignify received two thousand etcetera so It's a great opportunity to make you dollar. Go a little freely and basically the deadline is by may thirty first to give the donation. And then you can can do ans- we didn't fly dot org slash spring. Okay great. Well thank you so much paul. Yes like you said. Get in there and give you can. You can go by giving if you're not in that area and you're not on their team and i think it's great. Thank you so much. Y'all for spending time with us and sharing about this great organization and like i said really really happy. john paul. It got to be you that. I did to kick off this podcast again because i'm really wanting to keep talking having those candid conversations about things that aren't being talked about or that people are struggling with but they're not talking about out of fear. Shame or guilt. I believe that fear keeps a lot of a lot of things and once we get past that we can make a really big impact. So thank you so much. Y'all be sure to subscribe so you are notified when new episodes come out and you can also leave us a review John pause you know having a podcast. Those reviews help other people find us so we can share the message and we will talk to you next sunday..
"john paul" Discussed on Naked Talk with JESS
"That and i would like to follow back up with that and see where you're at in twenty twenty three and i wanna touch on real quick before we close so May in if you give to dignify it's double you get that back. I'll let us share a little bit in that John paul are kevin on how they can do that. And and why we want to do that But this also goes back to something else that i was thinking before reached out to john. Paul is I've given before too we dignify And you know what. That's great. But i didn't share it. You know you can share on social media and it made me think. Why didn't i share that. You know and maybe it's a looking into it too much but you know a lot of times you share it and so that's another thing that just made me think. Hey you know. It's we need to be more vocal about it. We need to speak up if we don't do it. Who's going to do it. We can't keep saying. Oh the next personal do it or it's not my place or like you said. Well who am i to say. Because i'm not the one taking care of the kid you know that's just things that we think will and so. Yeah i would love for you to share that john. Paul and let us know. I'll be donating again this month but yeah why not do it and make your money go twice as far to something that when i'm very particular when i share about things that's people that specially nonprofits because you know how that can be. It's always people that i've gotten to know the founder i know they're they're life style. And what their organization is doing so can share some of that job hall with us absolutely first of all. Thank you for your sport and for having us on your very generous And we definitely really appreciate opportunity to share the fact that you're You know putting yourself out there and and sharing this on social media and on on your last one so thank you so much for that. Like i said we work on the idea that that close ties. Save lives and What we're building towards as kevin is bringing in building up a team that we can then send out to other campuses to replicate this.
"john paul" Discussed on Naked Talk with JESS
"Diapers but does the last diverse believed prayed about the holy spirit was lead us to go win win for somebody. Last staff had ended up with over one hundred fifty six thousand diapers and at each stabbed but distributed in my community so he supported twenty different pregnancy resource centers. With real tangible things helps zone right away. I love that. I love how you didn't say okay. We can't do this so we're just gonna not do it you know. There's always a way to keep the message going to take those actions and work with what you have. And so i love that. Y'all did that how. I think john paul. I mentioned briefly. Maybe out a couple years ago. i love what you are doing on those campuses is there a way to Do you do anything with other campuses and other states or is there some type of program where we can a partner to access what y'all do in different universities or how does that kind of look. Yeah that's a great question. This is when i first started dignified. We had a little bit different with the model so we actually started with I started going to all these campuses throughout illinois And in in some other states and basically building relationship a little bit with each campus pro-life group and Potentially finding some students there who were interested in starting a group and stuff like that so Early on we had something like twenty groups and that sounds great. Got twenty campuses. You know over time that kind of what we've been talking about the one on one We we summarize in short haven by saying close is save lives close ties say lives and so we learned that overtime that you know me i was. I was the only person that time going to. Twenty campuses was not Building these close ties. You know they'd get some resources they'd get some Encouragement and things like that but very little actual leadership development real education. And that sort of thing. So over time we made the decision to scale back and focused guerrilla deep so instead of An interesting mile wide. Which is how we started really going a mile. Deep inch wide People a little less exciting. You know it's like we're not on twenty campuses anymore. Twenty champions big and pressing but then we do have students who graduate owned denver lives list who go and Live at Unwed mothers you know. Those kind of like Snowden help there or other things like that..
"john paul" Discussed on Naked Talk with JESS
"Grow themselves into pro-life leaders which is something we really need is people who can lead the pro-life movement who can lead others into helping women and mothers and their children so that's kind of the basics of what we dignify is. Kevin can probably tell us the exact mission and vision so that we can can hear kind of the official thing. And then i can. Maybe go into a little bit more about how i got started. Okay why may actually right now. The same building. The john paul was at on campus. The university of illinois which is already school in illinois for colleges or universities with fifty thousand students. Now let's hear their little spread out a little bit different this year but the the volume is very large the initiative behind with a really emission size mentor students. Skilled burgess pro-life leaders so they can build a culture on campus in impeach communities. We do that to of programs. Mainly seem down to his house person be enacted active and engaged Leader so in. Teach them to change hearts Education program leader with them so they serve to save lives now brielle people and from teachers who serve and an lead lead the movement and then we will launch the lead in actually We leave the march chicago now. Which is the largest in the midwest and picked up steam in the last several years. John walk history is a little bit more engaging masters that the headlines of the globe. Sarah john paul's like how does this have. This begin was what was it like. When are we just finished our audit which is boring. But i think of when you submit your receipts in a shoebox. Things are looking a little different than yes. Yes that's right. I had absolutely no idea what i was doing. I was just a college student sophomore or junior depending on how you count. I did five years. So but i basically i got into being pro-life because of some other people on campus basically and that kind of ties into what we do now but basically i was I grew up in a big catholic family and i. We didn't really talk about abortion match. This wasn't a big topic Generally it made me uncomfortable. Because it's very contentious. So i i am kind of a Quiet reserved person. And i don't like conflict so i shied away from talking about it but i started learning about it in college through friends and eventually a friend of mine took me to basically kept to come to the local abortion clinic. There's one right there on campus surrounded by student housing student apartment buildings. And so i was afraid that i went to anyway because my friend brought me along and accompanied and while i was there i just kind of stood behind everybody else and i prayed and i watched and as women went in and out so this was an abortion clinic that we knew that that day was kind of known as abortion guy. It was a friday morning that's when all the abortions for the week happened..
"john paul" Discussed on Naked Talk with JESS
"All right y'all we are back naked. Talk just pike. I'm so excited to be back after a year. Taking off and even more excited about my guest. John paul deadens. I'm gonna share in a minute. How we met in an interesting point of today today's date. I don't even think that. John paul may realize that And we also have kevin greeley. Oh he's the executive director at dignify and john. Paul deadens is the founder. So we're going to get into that in a little bit. So john paul. Do you realize. I was looking at arnos In our notebook from when we met. Do you realize it's been three years ago today. That we met really today today and The reason i noticed that is. Because i had so john paul and i met at a workshop call power podcasting with pat..
"john paul" Discussed on Catholic Culture Audiobooks
"Did still. They allow us to discover in his actions shrouded in silence as they are an aura of deep contemplation. Joseph was in daily contact with the mystery hidden from ages past and which dwelt under his roof. This explains for example. Why saint theresa of jesus the great reformer of the carmelites promoted the renewal of veneration to saint joseph in western christianity. The total sacrifice. Joseph surrendered his whole existence to the demands of the messiahs coming into his home becomes understandable. Only in the light of his profound interior life it was from this interior life that very singular commands and constellations came bringing him also the logic and strength that belong to simple and clear souls and giving him the power of making great decisions such as the decision to put his liberty immediately at the disposition of the divine designs to make over to them his legitimate human calling his conjugal happiness to accept the conditions the responsibility and the burden of a family but through an incomparable virginal love to renounce that natural conjugal love. That is the foundation and nourishment of the family. This mission to god this readiness of will to dedicate oneself to all that serves. Him is really nothing less than that. Exercise of devotion which constitutes one expression of the virtue of religion the communion of life between joseph and jesus leads us to consider once again the mystery of the incarnation precisely in reference to the humanity of jesus as the efficacious instrument of his divinity for the purpose of sanctifying man by virtue of his divinity. Christ's human actions were some vic for us causing grace within us by merit or by a certain efficacy. Among those actions. The gospel writers highlight those have to do with the paschal mystery. But they also underscored the importance of physical contact with jesus for healing and the influence jesus exercised upon john the baptist. When they were both in their mothers wounds as we have seen the apostolic witness did not neglect the story of jesus's birth his circumcision his presentation in the temple..
"john paul" Discussed on Catholic Culture Audiobooks
"The oft repeated formula this happened so that there might be fulfilled in reference to a particular event in the old testament serves to emphasize the unity and continuity of the plan which is fulfilled in christ with the incarnation. The promises and figures of the old testament become reality places persons events and writes interrelate according to precise divine commands communicated by angels and received by creatures who are particularly sensitive to the voice of god. Mary is the lord's humble servant prepared from eternity for the task of being the mother of god. Joseph is the one whom god chose to be the overseer of the lord's birth the one who has the responsibility to look after the son of god or deigned entry into the world and accordance with divine dispositions in human laws all of the so-called private or hidden life jesus is entrusted to joseph's guardianship the census journeying to bethlehem for the census in obedience to the orders of legitimate authority. Joseph fulfilled for the child the significant task of officially inserting the name jesus son of joseph of nazareth in the registry of the roman empire. This registration clearly shows that jesus belongs to the human race as a man among men the citizen of this world subject to laws and civil institutions but also savior of the world. Origin gives a good description of the theological significance by no means marginal of this historical fact since the first census of the whole world took place under caesar augustus and among all the others joseph to went to registered together with mary. His wife who was with child. And since jesus was born before the census was completed to the person who makes a careful examination it will appear that a kind of mystery is expressed in the fact that at the time when all people in the world presented themselves to be counted christ to should be counted by being registered with everyone. He could sanctify everyone inscribed with the whole world and the census. He offered to the world communion with.
"john paul" Discussed on Catholic Culture Audiobooks
"Council teaches the obedience of faith must be given to god as he reveals himself by this obedience of faith men freely commits himself entirely to god making the full submission of his intellect and will to god who reveals and willingly assenting to the revelation given by him this statement which touches the very essence of faith is perfectly applicable to joseph of nazareth therefore he became a unique guardian of the mystery hidden for in god as did mary in that decisive moment. Which saint paul calls the fullness of time when god sent forth his son born of woman to redeem those who were under the law so that we might receive adoption as sons in the words of the council it pleased god in his goodness and wisdom to reveal himself and to make known the mystery of his will his will was that men should have access to the father. Through christ the word made flesh in the holy spirit and become sharers in the divine nature together with mary. Joseph is the first guardian of this divine mystery together with mary and in relation to mary. He shares in this final phase of god's self revelation in christ and he does so from the very beginning looking at the gospel. Tanks of both matthew and luke one can also say that joseph is the first to share the faith of the mother of god and in doing so. He supports his spouse in the faith of divine annunciation. He is also the first to be placed by god on the path of mary's pilgrimage of faith it is a path along which especially at the time of calvary and pentecost. Mary will precede. In a perfect way. The path that was joseph's his pilgrimage of faith ended. I that is to say before. Mary stood at the foot of the cross on golgotha and before the time after christ returned to the father when she was present in the upper room on pentecost the day the church was manifested to the world having been born in the power of the.
Interview With John Paul Baric of Aurum Capital Ventures
"Welcome back to reimagine twenty twenty. I'm unocal's joined by. Gp baruch founder and ceo at armed capital ventures. Jp thanks for joining us excited. All right well jp. I'm excited. It's the first time i got to speak to you. So maybe let me and the audience know who you are and how you got into blockchain sure so my name is jimmy very time run or capo. Ventures with his cryptocurrency mining company focus on optimizing stranded energy across the us globe and billy out large-scale mining facilities and then selling hash rate to consumers and building out financial products for institutions to access As an asset class i myself got into cryptocurrency and bitcoin. Back in twenty thirteen. I was a freshman in high school and saw bitcoin was going to change the world so got in started learning a lot about it. Talk to my teachers. Talk to my everyone in my family about it and just happened. You know preaching. Hey bitcoin seventy dollars this things going to change the world. only scarce money and then really just met a bunch of very interesting people on the journey and it's just been working the community building since then That's a little bit about my background and my story and since then i've just been kind of playing around with cryptocurrency mining trading software products in the space never really did any of the ico's but just kind of watch from the sideline and i've seen about the three bubbles now and going into my fourth year
2 US Navy Warships in Middle East Hit by Coronavirus Outbreaks
"The USS San Diego was one of two Navy ships that have been hit by Corona virus. Breaks the Middle East Today. Lucas Tomlinson has the latest on the Pentagon. Two U. S. Warships will be out of action for a few days in Bahrain following Corona virus outbreaks on both ships. This is tensions with Iran ramp up following American airstrikes on Iranian backed forces in Syria. U S. A. San Diego was on a plan portico to Bahrain when testing began, about a dozen crew members have tested positive. The cruiser Philippine Sea has been forced to make it unscheduled port called up our rain as well. Where several sailors have also tested positive. Other warships continue their patrols in the Middle East, including the destroyer John Paul Jones, armed with dozens of Tomahawk cruise missiles. If needed
DawgNation's Mike Griffith Makes Wild Accusations About the Potential of Georgia Football
"Going to read you a comment. That danny sheridan gave to us. I think it was about a week ago. Danny was picking the final four and he georgia to go to the final four this coming season and he said i would say the fourteen would be. George think georgia is loaded in. Georgia does not win this year. They are not going to win for a long time. And by that i mean. Get to the final four. Do you think this is the season as georgia is. Getting playoff are bus for kirby smart and his team. Yeah i've heard that the last few years in kirby keeps finding players in georgia keep finding ways to contend being a contender and actually doing. It are two different things. But what georgia's john paul. As they've stayed in the conversation or as curry says you gotta keep getting those at bats and when he finished in the top ten. Four straight years as georgia's don you recruit as well as kirby has you give yourself a chance and georgia's become known as a place that quarterbacks like to come now. The results have not always blossomed. Is much as people would like but you look at this roster now and jt daniels. Looks like one of the best quarterbacks in the country coming back. He's a former five-star they signed broadband. A grip he was a five star. Wants committed oklahoma. Now they've got gunner stockton committed a twenty twenty two five star. I mean my goodness talent is everywhere and now it's just a matter georgia finishing the job on football field. Which brings me one more comment and we don't we. Don't go out looking at other shows to bring you information. We take it from our own program. And i believe those two weeks ago booger mcfarland. We all know boogers credentials. He said this on on our show he said if you are a bulldog fan and you're going to sit there and stare honestly in the eye kirby has done less with more than maybe even mark. Rick how would you respond to that. Wow i guess. I'd say first of all you've got to get more right. You've got to have those recruiting classes in the top two or three. That's a good problem to apple and as far as doing more with less they're less with pernille they're getting ready. You can't if you can't finish the job though mike. That's i mean you're you're you're you're you're playing right in to what these guys are saying georgia out recruit anyone would maybe the exception of alabama But when are they going to finish the job. That's the question that georgia fans are asking. Yeah it's it's been tough when you win the sec. Three years in a row. And you lose to alabama in the sec championship. Game and twenty eight teeny get left out of the playoff for you. Come within one play of winning the national title twenty seventeen. I mean. i can't answer those questions for you. Know it's funny. You had ryan mcgee up there a few minutes ago talking about the late. Great dale earnhardt. He didn't win the daytona five hundred until his twentieth attempt. So those big game. Victories can be kind of a lucid. And i think that's happened for george. Remember paul kirby smart is only forty five years old. This is only year six for him. You look at how long it took guys. Like steve spurrier and nick sabin and they were six seven years into their careers before they got their national titles.
Emerging Opportunities and Exciting Business Lessons with John-Paul Iwuoha
"Now. We are talking about africa. I wanna know john paul. Why why do we need to keep africa on our radar very interesting question. So one one thing that keeps me. Loyal to entrepreneurs on fire is the quality of stories and experiences of ultra preneurs. Who've made it that's one big reason. Why listen and. I'm also sure that's why many people listen to the show but interesting is what being on entrepreneur means that you're able to live in the now and also prepare for future so it's almost impossible to think about the future and nothing about and here's why when you look at the population of the world. Africa correctly has the youngest population of people. Right now sixty percents of people on the continent of the age of twenty five. So this is more or less looking at china. Before china became china up to date china more or less the second biggest economy in the world the factory of the world and all of that so you can imagine that people who saw china. The china became china. Actually the ones who got in on the meat of the game. So that's exactly what africa represents but more importantly there have been events in the past couple of years that have put africa in the centerpiece. The very most the most recent one which is very interesting is covid now all the time most companies have built their supply chains around china and south east asia but then when it hits it was obvious that supply chains with very vulnerable. And if you're going to diversify your supply chain. It's impossible not to look at africa if you're looking at affordable label if you look at them. The truck symmetry of the continental either north america or europe. And what are the means. Most countries on the continent either speak english or french and these are more or less global line. Which is you're going to penetrate any of the big markets and. It's really now happening. Because what the chinese are doing is the chinese. Market is starting to specialize in advanced high-tech stuff. I most of those low cost production that brought business the whole of storing from america. When are beginning to see going to places like vietnam. Bangladesh and other countries in southeast asia. But then you cannot forgo a population of one point three billion people which is what africa presents and what we're seeing is some companies setup accretions within the african continent places like rwanda at the opium ghana senegal. And what they're doing is they are preparing. These guys are digging for the future and one interesting. That's happened in the last four years in america. Is the people in africa. So in america when you think about africa the image that comes to mind is charity and philanthropy. Africa needs. Needs help and help and help. So the approach of the americans this time and even europe has been to help africa give africa aid. Give them all of that. What the chinese are doing is they're coming with more or less trade and business and things. What africa needs really because you have this population of very young people enterprising people. I mentioned that sixty percent of the world's uncle beats at arable. Land is in africa so in most parts of the world with maxed out the land space. Yes we're doing. We're using technology and other means to increase the yield on the land. But when we're talking about virgin space. Federal land arable land. Most of it is still in africa. Still cultivated and we're looking at a global population that is set to double back at least by the time we reach two hundred fifty or more according to the un and if we do not keep pace with globe with population growth would amount of food were producing then the world is going to be faced with serious threat of hunger so these are just a few examples of why africa needs to be on your rita. Yes so thinking about now. It's great but you're thinking about the future you need to remember that even before could hit five of the top. The top ten fastest growing economies in the world when africa. These are not really things. We've seen the mainstream media. Why i'm happy that chain. Is that the approach of the chinese in africa. Doo controversial is a big difference. This guy's coming here boots on the ground and they're dealing with the market. The previous relationship with africa has been to deal with africa's governments give african governments money for age and they develop africa unfulfilled years. It's never happened instead. It's helped enhance corruption. A sense of entitlement and dependency so most of the problems never get so because that's free money free money fluent in from europe money flowing in from north america so what people like us exist to do is to show that the people we should be voting. For with our money is the entrepreneur's they're the ones who have the incentive and the motivation to really solve africa's problems and guess what's global money starting to call me and i'm sure many ago minova listeners. On on on entrepreneur no stripe the big global player in in payments strike just acquired an african company. Niger company for two hundred million dollars. That's a major exit and it's stories like this that are starting to prove that africa is not a charity case. Africa is opportunity. The programs are trying to solve through eight. Actually need to be solved through entrepreneurship and the process. We create more jobs more wealth and greeted big happier world john. Let's talk about what you see as the most interesting opportunities that exist right now. I mean you talked about a lot of opportunities. I love how you really are hammering home. The fact that entrepreneurship is what is going to turn africa around and really bring that continents into the as we move forward into twenty twenty one and beyond but specifically what are the one or two most interesting and fascinating opportunities in the business world that you're seeing right now. The first interesting one is more or less. I talked about it earlier. In terms of africa's potential to produce food because right now we're looking for the next food basket of the world and one interesting that africa offers is the or what's we've we now know as superfoods so for example there's a grain that's grown in west africa. It's a green code for new now. This green is so rich in cultural significance for example when the tombs of ancient in jim ships are more or less opel excavated amongst other materials. Like honey. and things like that four new for new f- who is one of the greens that it that the ancient egyptians actually put in the the pyramids in the borough chambers of dead feroz. That's tell you how important it was back. Then this is like one of the longest growth one of the greens has been grown the longest in history almost five thousand years now. The reason why new is important is when you look at the american market and european market more or less developed world and you see how important health and wellness is this all about eighteen. Organic food. Gluten free food and things like that you announced that to see if like for new is actually superfood but in africa is grown by people in africa eating by people that i start to see what america has done with them a green assira like we know what which is more or less breakfast zero before quinoa became like a blockbuster serial in america it had the same profile as phone. You in south america. So what we're beginning to see. Is they celebrate to ship in. New york is named spear pm. He's now taken for neo his packaged. It's not just in its physical formats but in the narrative that used salads and last year. I think it's early this year. It got the national distribution across the united states in whole foods. You know to distribute this kind of food and new just one. I know listeners may be familiar with moringa which is another superfood. it grows in the wild in africa. We really take you for granted over yet. But then we've sent entrepreneurs coming here and repackage it into something that selling like a lot because it resonates resonates with the health and wellness movements the big trend going on in the
French doctor who made Down discovery closer to sainthood
"The French doctor who made a down syndrome discovery was closer to sainthood the French doctor who discovered the genetic basis of down syndrome but spent his career advocating against abortion as a result of prenatal diagnosis has taken his first major step to possible sainthood pope Francis approved the heroic virtues of doctor Jerome was June the doctor advocate lived from nineteen twenty six to nineteen ninety four and was a steam by Saint John Paul the second for his anti abortion stance the people recognition of lagoons virtues means that he is considered venerable by the Catholic Church the Vatican must now confirm a miracle attributed to his intercession for him to be beatified and the second one for him to be declared a Saint I Walter Ratliff
Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal and her Husband have Tested Positive for COVID
"Democratic congressman john. Paul said wednesday. Her husband steve williamson also has covid nineteen days after she tested positive following last week's right at the capitol when she was forced to take shelter with republican lawmakers who refused to wear their face
Rep. Pramila Jayapal predicted Capitol lockdown would be superspreader event
"Only did our next guest half to scramble to safety during last week's domestic terror attack at the capitol but after being forced down into lockdown with republican reps who refuse to wear masks. She got please. Welcome congressman john. Paul welcome welcome to the view. Thank you so much for having me your one of the last one of at least three lawmakers so far that have gotten covert in the wake of the lockdown on the at the capitol. How are you feeling number one. And are you convinced this is going to become a superspreader event on top of everything else yeah. I started having symptoms on sunday. I actually started quarantining immediately after that day. Because i did feel that it was a superspreader event. In fact i said it to journalists that interviewed me right after. I didn't want anyone. I came into contact with to be exposed. If if for some reason i had picked something up and then on sunday i started feeling the symptoms chills flu like symptoms of fever chills. It wouldn't go away sore throat. General miserable feeling and those of continued. I took my test on monday morning because they like you to wait for five days after the possible time of exposure and i found out that i was positive on monday night. I know what be that. I got from that room because i had tested negative literally the day before And so there's no question to me and you know i'm isolating now my husband. I put my husband at risk Who's here with me and my chief of staff who was driving me And so i just you know. I think we have to remember. There's a three thousand two hundred deaths every day. That's the average for the last week and when these republican congress members refused to put on masks. It's not just people like me get affected. it's the entire country that looks at that example and thinks that somehow they don't need to wear masks which is one of our best ways of protecting at this point in stopping people from getting ill and dying
The Political Legacy of Diego Maradona
"So today. Let's discuss. What may diego. Maradona an idol of the working class throughout the world. And so today on the show. We have the pleasure. And the honour of having dave's 'iran who's the sports editor for the nation magazine host of the edge of sports podcast and the co host of w w collision with eaton thomas which you can hear under ups w thursday's or anytime on wpro w fm dot org. He joins us today over. The phone is a pleasure and honor tabby on the shell dave zairean. It's great to be here. Thanks for having me is good to have you with us today and it's been a whirlwind of emotions both for me personally requested passing donor. Because i don't know what to began its Figures that for me personally. I thought we would continue to live on in a way. He'll continue to do so. But you know we started this program by quoting water galeano and you wrote not one but two articles in the nation magazine on the donor and the first one did you did. Last week. Actually called it galliano as well. So let's begin their liberate on what you call it from galeano last week because you know for no other reason that it's a shame that gagliano is not alive. Today to perhaps best crystallize the importance of madonna nominee in the world and he probably best crystallize this. This passing perhaps a better than the both of us combined. Yeah i mean. I guess i would start just by reading the words of galliano about diego. Maradona eduardo gagliano is just the absolute master of words. Somebody who can make poetry and prose intertwined with one another and produce something perfect but this is what had wow diano wrote about diego maradonna that i quoted. He's written a great deal about maradonna. But this is what i quoted. No one can predict the devilish tricks. This inventor of surprises will dream up for the simple joy of throwing the computers off track. Trixie never repeats. He's not quick more like a short legged bull but he carries the ball so into this foot and he's got is all over. His body is acrobatics. Light up the field in the frigid soccer of the end of the century which detest defeat and forbids all fund. That man was one of the few prove that fantasy can be efficient and inside that praise of maradonna. somebody who's as the ball sewn to his split because gagliano put so expertly. Of course you know in that statement is a critique of what soccer had become by the end of the twentieth century which in galliano's mine had been very flattened in very become boring faithfully As more and more countries left reflected an indigenous style of play and more countries started to play like one another and teams played like one another in a way. That was very very risk averse until maradona. Who was you know in both his life on the field and off the field was anything. But risk-averse He maradonna saw kindred. Spirit Somebody who could play with the efficiency that's needed the modern game but also had the ability to make you dream about what the possibilities of a human being could do and be On the soccer field and so in addition we encourage everyone to check out the writings of eduardo. Galeano as it pertains football because it's not just the xs and os. It goes way beyond that. Now even in regards to to madonna but the game itself as well. I'll just say on us. Wrote wrote a whole thin book about soccer called soccer in sun and shadow Of course if available in spanish and english and it's the most beautiful faca writing that you can imagine. I would recommend that this month for anyone looking for a good book to read during the holiday season. What can you tell us about the poverty. Madonna grew up in that perhaps shaped his political views later. Because you know we we just mentioned the the professionalization of football as as a global sport in how it's become sort of predictable and cold as you mentioned there's galeano mentioned but he grew up at a time where it's still not as polished as we see it today and this is very important and understanding you know his views later in life correct. Oh absolutely at Giggle maradona like to say that. He was born in the mud and never forgot where he came from and when he said he was born in the mud literally it was mud he grew up in the badio ueno status and he was the fifth of eight children and he grew up without running water or electricity and that always feel as if he was a kindred spirit with everybody on earth who lived in poverty in this globe. That's built on savage inequalities. Madonna saw himself as a tribune for those even when he was at his most his most wealthy even when he was at his most Flamboyant he never forgot where he came from he always stood particularly with the poor of the global south And that's not just in latin america that that's all over the world and My favorite Diego maradona story is diego. Maradona was also a very devout roman catholic and he was able to meet the pope Pope john paul the second and he said this is what he said after leaving his meeting with the pope he said i was in the vatican and i saw all these golden ceilings and afterwards i heard the pope's say that the church was worried about the welfare of the poor
The Sodder Family Tragedy: 75 Years Later
"Which applied to mafia members. And those who dealt with them. The fact that george never talked about his past suggests he might have been bound by a similar restriction. The mafia were very active in sicily in the late eighteen hundreds and early nineteen hundreds. And it's possible that george ran across them when he was a boy. If so that in encounter might have led him to fleeing to the united states. It could also have been why rafael felt like he had to return to their home country. Whatever secrets is childhood held. George spent the nineteen twenties thirties and forties raising his family in fayetteville west virginia but apparently he couldn't escape his past. George frequently argued with the other members of the towns italian-american community usually about a benito mussolini george despise the man and this put him in conflict with other immigrants who supported the fascist prime minister. It's possible that one of georgia's friends or neighbors belong to the american mafia after all by the nineteen twenty s. Many italian mobsters had immigrated to the united states so when george debated italian politics with the locals he could have made a very dangerous enemy without realizing it in nineteen forty-five five maybe the organization felt like they'd had enough of georgia's anti mussalini statements and retaliated by taking his children. Well it's true that the mafia didn't usually perform kidnappings it wasn't totally unheard of one of the most famous examples was the nineteen seventy-three abduction of oil fortune heir. John paul getty the third in the nineteen seventies. The getty family was as famous for their oil well as they were for their infighting. The patriarch j paul. Getty was a notoriously. Difficult man frugal. To the point of pathology. He had payphones installed in his english manor home. So his staff wouldn't add to his phone bill understandably. He didn't get along very well with his grandson john. Paul getty the third who went by paul. Abo- hime ian teenager who being kicked out of his italian prep school for clarity. From huron will refer to j paul getty as getty and his grandson will be paul. Paul kept a low profile to avoid his grandfather's vitriol but that all changed when he suddenly disappeared in rome soon after his worried family received a series of letters and a phone call from the kidnappers. They said they were members of the mafia and they demanded a ransom of seventeen million dollars for polls safe return but getty said that he had fourteen grandchildren besides john and if he gave them a sent it would only encourage similar opportunists to go after them for that reason. Getty refused to pay in response. The mafia cutoff polls ear and mailed it to a newspaper with their demands. Eventually the family paid the mafia three million dollars though getty himself only paid two point two million the maximum amount that he could write off as a loss for tax purposes. And by the end of nineteen seventy-three. Paul was back within the family. Fold though much the worse for wear. This wasn't the only time. The mafia used kidnapping as tactic in rome. In nineteen seventy five. The criminal organization kidnapped gianni bulgari a famous italian. Who was forty years old at the time. His affluent family quickly paid two million dollars for his return and he emerged relatively unscathed by the ordeal. However the solders were decidedly not wealthy. So it seems unlikely that the mob would have kidnapped their children for money. What's more george and jenny never received a ransom note. That said it is possible that the criminal society could have murdered the solder children in retaliation for something. George did the mafia's. Arcane codes supposedly protect women and young children but they don't always abide by these values take for example the case of giuseppe di matteo in one thousand nine hundred ninety three santino di matteo a former member of the sicilian. Mafia was preparing to testify against them in court in a bid to silence him. The mob kidnapped his twelve year. Old son giuseppi.
"john paul" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
"Vena same John Paul, the second day four. Are Selection by Saint. John Paul. Faith is strengthened when it's given to others. It is in commitment to the Church's universal mission that the new evangelization of Christian people's will find inspiration and support. Oh bless eternity. We thank you for having grace the church with Saint John Paul the second and for allowing the tenderness of your fatherly care the glory of the Cross, of Christ and the splendor of the spirit of love to shine through him. Trusting fully in your infinite mercy and in the maternal intercession of Mary, he has given us a living image of Jesus, the Good Shepherd. He has shown us that holiness is the necessary measure of ordinary. Christian. Life and is the way of achieving eternal communion with you. Grandma's by his intercession and according to your will the grace's we implore through Christ our Lord. We pray the Saint John Paul's second a prayer he composed. By your faith be strong, may not hesitate and not waver before the doubts. The uncertainties, which philosophical systems or fashionable movements would like to suggest to you. May Not descend to compromise with certain concepts which would like to present Christianity as your ideology of historical character and therefore. At, the same level of so many others now outdated. Your faith be joyful because it is based on awareness of possessing a divine gift. When you pray in dialogue with God and when you converse with me, may you manifest the you of this enviable possession? Aben. Saint John Paul, the second pray for us. Man..
"john paul" Discussed on Masters Podcast Club
"Don't participate in making the world a better place to live. They make same bad bad. We don't want a bad World Cup. Everyone must participate to make the world a better place to live not just a few jokes and people well, I think we watch t we think wow, that's just terrible what's going on. Somebody should do something about that and what you're saying is dead. You're in the person that you are the person you're the person well, wait till the masses doing with the masses do it. I'll join in right they forget. It's individuals that become masses well wage. What do you most hopeful for in the beauty industry that the beauty industry as we grow larger and more sophisticated with your schools are really helping creating even sharper people that come into our industry jobs and more talented better trained people has this happens. We become more unified as a professional industry worldwide and we start talking to our customers and are able to do things to change the entire world an example Nelson Mandela Brad Pitt Richard Branson and I are the entrance of mine Seekers. We want to remove more than seventy million landmines on the planet Earth in the next 10 to 15 years of the new technology we have well if we can spread to everybody in the world come back landlines are every person that said in their chair that was in the military or in a business name. His land mines would be here 11 lines are very very bad. Once every fifteen minutes a child or an adult is blown up by a landmine. They lose a leg and arm, they're not right for the rest of their lives. And by the way, there's thousands of animals and blown up all the time. You know, this is bad. It's not good for our planet as people give out information where the information age has people give out information and awareness wage Rises. Oh my goodness. The world changes are Industries the most influential vomiting lobbying group in the world because 70% of all working people off the Western World between the ages of eighteen and forty eight years old are in a salon once every three months wonderful we could influence with happiness and joy and cheer hairdressers are touching that many people. So amazing. Yeah because you seem to have such hope in in so many ways in certain areas about the future Generations fairy. What's the most self-defeating perception that people have of themselves Whoa, very very good that I will make it if something happens or I'm not lucky somebody else is or look what's happening to me poor me where people should realize that a lot of things that happen to you. They happen to us to along the way up to all of us you have to overcome that and realize that I am bigger than it is kind of like the bottle of shampoo a mile end my mind thing. I'm going to steal a $10 bottle of shampoo and become a petty theft then all of a sudden lower my image in other words. You are your image you create your own character and if you slam 10 doors in your faith or someone else does it by the 11th door? You're just as enthusiastic as the first or your increase your own future no matter how bad things are and I would really recommend everyone that's listening and not because you're just here. I did a big presentation for Goldman Sachs and I recommend it to everybody. They're the best book you could ever get in your life to help change your life and make things better is your book and that is a wonderful book. That's Just be nice or else by when clabough and let's say that because winds right across to me. I told that to the audience at Goldman Sachs because it tells you how to be nice and the nice yard here south as well as our young people the more things start happening for you kind of yourself. Don't blame yourself with others for your condition. Look at what you have this going for you right now. What do you have? Can you see and you're right. Can you talk are you sure what's going good for you right now and don't forget no matter how bad things are in the land of the blind. The one-eyed man or woman is king. That's right John Paul. You have a final message for our listeners. Yes. I'm glad that we're still able to do this and my final message is that as I go around lecturing to business groups and government organizations are just talked to people the generation that is right. Now coming on and start running things is so together. The world is going to be okay. We run across some real problems. Now some revolutions is just change. It's only changed as people suck. I don't agree with us because and there's a few jerks that they're saying. God wants you to kill somebody. God doesn't watch you know, anybody my God, every religion that says that thou shalt not kill. So that's a bunch of baloney. Can't use religion don't people but besides that we're going through some changes. I'm a firm believer that in the next twenty to thirty years. We are going to finally have peace and Harmony on the planet because people are caring about one another more than care about one another stop that someone else take care of it. I'm going to take care of it. So I message is we're going through some changes a few bad times now, but the world's going to get better for every single person out there regardless of your race your color or your Creed. It's a good thing. Thanks.
"john paul" Discussed on Masters Podcast Club
"Me and the man smiled and A Tear came out of his eyes and said my God, I don't believe he's dead. It's still do this today. And I feared I had tears in my eye The Joy was unbelievable. This old man, and I just hugged each other. I embraced I didn't want to let go we had for at least a minute and here I am chance to redeem myself make life. Okay, and here another human beings all that. Hey, if someone is something wrong the human race isn't good race people try and make things right and I felt wonderful every single person I've ever met on I've gone back to make everything right? There's only one that I can't find him. Still looking for Michael Davenport. He'd be about sixty years old now. He wanted to add water Grammar School Washington junior junior high school or Washington Irving Junior High School and partially in Marshall. I won the Navy I'm looking for Michael Davenport. I did it wrong and I cannot find our glass house and something like this one guy. I'm still looking for we can't find him because there's too many Michael Davenport's and you you do believe in the importance of being able to clean that stuff up. I sure do when you definitely gotta go back and clean up you have to and you feel good, but I think it home. On a day-to-day basis like in a salon we play like it's Survivor, you know, I vote you off. My Island in this Salon. We think that we can divide and conquer and and treat people unfairly the same people that we work with on a day-to-day basis and people don't think that it's important to clean up those things. But let's say somebody did take a bottle or two a shampoo off to the shelf right figure out what the retail price would have done that you're surprised where you get it out, you know forty forty 50% off with the retail price would have done then and let's say you did in ten times you can think of let's say $7, right? That's 70 bucks put it in an envelope. Princetown boss is not know what she would say ten bottles of shampoo have been sold over the last year or something. Here's your money. That's all you gotta do and put the envelope white on the desk and just walk away and don't even lay claim to it. And then you just made a mess without having to say I did it. They didn't see it. But the university the University's there's eyes everywhere. Well, well the person saw the most was you have you saw yourself killed, okay, and you know again off You do something for someone else and nobody else knows it and no one else claims them. You're great. The fact that you even did it makes you feel great for me being being happy does not come naturally to me. I have to work at that every single day and I do work at it every day. And and I'm now one of the happiest people that I know cuz I it is a priority of mine. Yeah example for the world Thursday. So optimistic so hopeful and so forgiving of just humankind. Well, I think I've been so down and so down and out of my life so many times that just the blessings and being okay in life makes me feel so good and throughout my life. My mother was very optimistic. I even though we had nothing we grew up in an area that was deprived. We never knew it took us food on the table. Maybe not a lump it was food on the table. There was shelter overhead and we thought we were spying their life. So, you know, there's there's a lot of good things just being alive and there's an old saying that I every now that job Think about I try and share with people and people should think about in the land of the blind. The one-eyed man is King. You can't even see the happening in the manage the land of the blind. The one-eyed man is King. Yeah, your mom you tell this wonderful story about about your mother. You just mention that you woke up with nothing. It was you and your brother and your mom just got three of you storing something about the the steak or something or what I would do is like once a month or something you have a lot of money, but she wanted us off to taste what good food was like so maybe once a month she get a little flaming yawn and we cut it in three pieces my brothers. She and I would have flaming yawn for dinner. Okay, or she by the smallest amount of caviar, you know, we'd have them once a month. We do something really special to taste it. So instead of the inexpensive thing with a more expensive thing. I can remember has toughest likewise and we didn't realize this stuff it was till we were older. I'm I spent five six years. Many years old it was Christmas time and we went shopping. My mom only have so much to shop with and we went downtown LA to the main County which is a stream card down there and there was a Salvation Army lady out throughout their jobs available. And my mom said she gave me my brother and I misled you to hold us together and go over and put it in there and we took the dime we would normally put it in there. Then we said her mom afterwards. Remember in those days off time was likely a few dollars in today. We said mom we know things are you know, we don't have a lot of money but yet you gave a diet she says because those people Salvation Army don't have what we have in life and we wash a little bit with him. I thought that's so awesome. But when you saw some of those work really wow, that's so cool. Mom. Right person was need was so funny to need Mom. We have so little that so much suck out your way back then. Yes, she did and those principles that she taught you are still alive is a part of you and your company announced earlier 11:00 well, What are you most proud of in your career? Oh, I think the fact that not only we made it but we were able to make it in our career and make the world a better place to live because we are here. That's a beautiful combination. I'm very very proud of and occasionally happy keeps me excited and very much in this industry and very much in to continue to do things in life because it's a combination of the two iPads in many others on the planet benefit. And now there's a lot of people that would disagree with me. I must get ten letters a week from Charities or people just want everything in the world and I can't do anymore. I did it for a while off. This is crazy. I'm totally insane. I can't save the world. Right but it our own way we contribute to more than 30 different good causes every year in a few people each year. We do something extra special for that. We do often causes. Are you most passionate about you know, there's so many but I would say things that helped a greater majority of people a group a group of people become self-sufficient or off. World or part of the environment became self-sufficient on their own like helping improves the people learn how to get jobs on their own or helping people with some food of letting them get their own job or helping reforest and there really hasn't been forced but more important helping people understand that this has been cut down. Let's all pitch in a ra4 stood together. I know that a lot of people think that to make a difference in to support all the many different causes that are out there a lot of people look to Big Business. I've been in meetings where people talking well we gotta get the money and people like well, I'm Paula him right the Chuck and people do have that attitude. Well, Coca-Cola should put up all the money or can you talk about more Grassroots and and individuals doing some things the greater question that ever asked me. I'm amazed. Oh never asked that question before if corporations put up all the money and individuals don't put up something. They have just shaded themselves out of home. Wives that are fulfilled think of it this way. There's a lot of people's lives and make a lot of money and same goal gear and save during their lives and then all of a sudden build a big building and name it after them or when they die. They build the temple and named after them, right because I'm here look-at-me. They did enjoy the fruits along the way big corporations. Hopefully is a lot of them contribute to a lot of good causes but it's when human beings in Los Angeles contribute a little bit each themselves, they become part of the solution and they get the joy of giving ending the joy of knowing that look what we did together. Not what we're just sitting on the couch watching somebody else do something people that do that just sit on the couch watch someone else do something and.
"john paul" Discussed on Masters Podcast Club
"More and more and you should keep doing that. At least until you have enough money in the bank to pay every bill you down for six months everything from your mortgage to your your rent your car payments or insurance payments your food your gasoline, even the movie theater tickets or the videos that you read everything for six months. So I didn't hear what happened to you. You don't for six months you pay every single Bill and regroup when you do that. Then you start feeling very very secure life for starters. You had given me that advice to pay yourself first years ago and it really didn't make sense to me because you know, you have plug along you plug along and you're thinking wow one of these days at the end of the month after I pay all of my bills rent to keep this business going. There's going to be some money left over in that bank account and that's mine. That's finally profit from these years of hard work that I put into building a company. Well that never happened and then you came along and yep. Me when you have to pay yourself first, like what do you mean by that? You said set yourself up with a salary a dividend, but you pay that before you actually pay your rent and might stop back was well off. If I do that then there won't be enough money to pay the rent and you said trust me on this one. Do it. Anyway pay yourself first and then pay all of your other bills and I tried it and somehow all the other bills got paid. I don't it's this weird phenomenon that all the other bills got paid but now all of a sudden I wasn't angry at my own company for for not providing me with income that I had worked so hard for because I was paying myself first. I've done that years ago when I first started doing it, I thought how am I going to make it all of a sudden money came in we never imagine what he would come in after storing shortly after I started doing this many many years ago when I first started doing it, I walk down the street and I found a $5 bill. I took $0.50 out and saved it to the bank account. I did the mayor and then birth. Years later, I have to stop doing it and I was in debt up to my eyeballs and actually make more money you spend more money a lot of your listeners. I'm sure realized. Oh gosh ten years. I didn't make as much money today. But yet many don't want to make it any ways to pay yourself. First a phenomenal will happen extreme will start flowing you'll start making more money and you can see more of it and you can see more rewards and that gives you on a Financial Freedom fabulous fabulous. Can you talk to our listeners about the importance of integrity and honesty off in business because I'm sure if you ask the average person listening to this, you know, are you an integral honest businessperson and they would say oh, yeah. Absolutely. I am and yet they're cheating on their taxes their naturally claiming everything that they're bringing into the salon which bottom line hurts the beauty industry. It hurts the beauty industry because the government looks at it and says wow hairdressers can only make $30,000 a year when really they're making eighty or more and they're only claiming wage. They're making that amount of money which means they're not paying taxes, but they still drive on my streets and send their kids to the schools that we all taxpayers pay for. Was that a little Soap Box there so often and and kind of how I look at it, you know, I mean, I I believe in common, I believe in cause and effect and I believe that what goes around comes around and I believe that if you'll cheat the government eventually, you'll cheat on your spouse. You'll see your children. You'll treat your friends you'll you'll treat can you kind of talk about the importance of Tegrity and honesty and business? I like to roll that back a few thousand years whether you read the Bible New Testament the Koran The Works of Buddha Confucius, there's always something that says for example pays Caesar that which is Caesar's pay your taxes paid people that what is owed to them and work around and in life that hardest thing to do and believe me. This is tough is to have character character is what you do when dead One else is watching. Okay, cuz think fifty bucks in your pocket update the government. Okay, you know, you can take an extra five jelly beans when you're only supposed to take one handful. Okay, am watching the gas tank the meter didn't work. So I got an extra $2 with the gas and I'm leaving. Oh look, I got my change more than I should get characters what you do when no one's watching if you do the same thing, but no one's watching as if everyone were watching you you feel so good the first time someone gives you more money. You should get back and change and you say Hey, you overpay me. Here's somebody back you walk down to feel like a god like while I watched out for all the children of my planet and you think about it. All of us are like influences of God, no matter what we want to call God. We're all extensions of God. Why not treat our own Planet as an extension of God, not just an eight person who watches out for themselves, but extension of a God that watches out for the whole planet and everybody on it. Hm well off. But you can do it. I'm sure people think well, I'll just take these two bottles of shampoo off the retail shelf, you know, the salon owner. They've got so much of this product and they'll never miss it and they would want me to have it anyway and plus package extra and clean the back room. And so I deserve to have this product so they they don't really think that they're stealing they don't think that they're cheating. They they somehow justify it that that's that's amazing phenomena that takes place off. What's $10 what's 13 bucks? They make so much money and they do it again and again and again without realizing that for $10 I'm making myself into a thief wage and I'm stealing from the person that created a business and that's why I'm here for ten twenty dollars. What is wrong with me that's called petty theft lying that Penny off our life bigger than that. Well good for you with a strong. You know, I've had my bad boy days and then I had quite a few years when I was a real bad bad bad, but why didn't things that were just not so good there was a time in my life. At a three-year-old son John jr. I was in my early twenties. I was riding with the Ron motorcycle gang and I'd have any money and had this little car I had fixed and the engine blew when someone had to fix it and it was $175 to fix it and I didn't have the money. This was back in the 1960s late sixties, so I didn't have the money so I don't buy with my son had someone drop me off home with my son said it's a car fixed. Does it run good the guy go see I still can't thank you for a test drive. Of course, you can I got the car and he had a phony name on me. Anyways, put my son in the car and I drove away and I kept on going I never came back and never paid this bill with John Paul Mitchell Systems. Finally started making a few dollars. I thought if everyone I wronged in my life and I wanted to make amends to make things right. So I'm going back to this place and at that time became an auto-body vendor place was no longer mechanic and I went I said my God more than twenty twenty-five years ago. I was here wage. . There was an elderly gentleman from a foreign country had a an engine repair place. They fixed my car. And now you're like I may have gone to he said boy. Is this your lucky day. He's my landlord. He's retired now and he's here today know I can tell it's true story and the fellow came up. I said sir. I want to take you back to the late nineteen sixties. There was a little sports car here in the office..
"john paul" Discussed on Masters Podcast Club
"Hi everybody. This is Winn claybaugh and welcome to this one General issue of Masters. I am sitting here with an icon a legend an entrepreneur a leader. I could go on and on with as many adjectives as I could think of touch scribe success and envision cuz I'm sitting here with John Paul. Dejoria. Welcome John Paul. Thank you Wes nice to be here with another Master session with you have to say I think the first time that we did a masters interview was in a very very beginning of Master was ten years ago and you along with that the other big names B. So soon Trevor. Sorbie, Vivian mackender were were gracious enough to to lend your name's to this brand new Compaq that I was forming cuz I knew if I could get you to say yes and Vidal Sassoon to say yes, then of course who's going to say no to me after that. I had a company because you guys said yes, so, you know Masters has been a wonderful vehicle for us off. Just spread some great messages and to even create like a history a library because some of our people that we've interviewed have since passed away and yet we have this this library of their voices and other messages and I know that you don't plan to go anywhere. In fact, I think you told me that you have another 20 years in inside of you. I'm hoping have another 40 you're okay. I know for sure. There's plenty make like forty or fifty more when it's off of a Monumental year for John Paul Mitchell Systems because you are now celebrating twenty-five years in business. How does that make you feel makes me feel just wonderful just going back twenty-five years ago. And now my partner are starting this business with $700. Our Dream wasn't only we could do five million a year in business will stay in the professional beauty industry. We make a couple hundred thousand dollars each. We'd be sent to the rest of our lives and we know we can do a lot of good little did we know just how much good we could do and how successful the company would be twenty-five years in business. Did did you and Paul have this Vision way back in, Georgia? That you would hit this Milestone and that you would hit that the volume that you're doing last week. I was there for your grand opening of your brand new Warehouse as an Offices here in Southern California. How bout biggest that place. What's the square footage of print is about a hundred seventy-five thousand square feet just the warehouse alone is a hundred fifty thousand square feet for Tears high. So that is actually 600,000 utilize square feet of just storage space. We built that to be able to Warehouse our needs and our shipping and our infrastructure for the next ten years, but the way we've been growing the last four years, we may outgrow that within seven years that's amazing and people ask me all the time if I can help them get a job at your company. I'm Paul Mitchell. I'm like not that I know of because nobody ever seems to leave and that issue you have people for a long long period of time and and little simple things that you do, for example, I know that you buy their lunch every single day, isn't that true there's three lots of John Paul Mitchell Systems both our executive off. Really? Not sure but can you can you talk about that a little bit about just the importance of establishing loyalty? Because I I firmly believe that when staff stick around customers stick around they sure do. Our company. We know the people are more important than anything. They are the whole is all the people of John Paul Mitchell Systems in our extended family through salons in schools throughout the United States the rest of the world we feel that we must do things for them that makes them special things that would like done for me. I believe in the last twenty-five years my turnovers been fifteen sixteen maybe Seventeen people that took twenty five years, but we still support like I've worked for so many companies in the past myself and a lot of them just didn't really treat you right they looked at something different as a priority opposed to the people which are going to create that priority join. Anyways, one of them was free lunch. There were times when I was growing up. I didn't have any money were lodged. So maybe I'd like Fifty sounds like fine we'll work and you get to talk over fifty cents. So when we first started I knew that wage So she made enough money for sure. Everyone will get free lunch. So we knew for sure. Everyone had a good deal during the day. They feel special. They won't have to bring the lunch to work or if they did they would have to stick in the refrigerator and we have dinner menus and we change it. It's not the same thing every single time. I've been there on your free lunch day, which is everyday and it is good food you cater is not like this little box lunch. That's half stale. So people deserve that. They just need a little more than the norm. If you look at the normal people, but everyone thinks people should get working for an organization and you give them more than the norm they know it and they appreciate and let them know they're extremely special in your life. Sometimes people listening to these Masters series will try to exclude themselves from needing the information that's being shared. So people might be thinking well, yeah, of course if I had this song A million dollar company and had this huge big warehouse and had all the money. Of course, I'd I'd offer those things to my people but people have a circle of influence and I believe that everybody's in business for themselves, even if you're a paid off In a salon you're in business for yourself. You have one employee you and we all have a circle of influence. However, beg yours happens to be, you know, quite large that circle of influence. We all have that Circle of in fact, what advice can you give to us? And also what mistakes are people making in terms of not properly taking care of the people that are in their circle of influence start with lunch. For example, let's say ass alone never has a staff member and maybe their things are really really tight and you have that extra five or seven dollars that you can't do it every day. But once you start off by saying, you know what Saturdays are our toughest day or front is really tough day. We're going to take off that day. We're not going to book lunch. We're going to book an appointment for ourselves. It won't be a regular looking for a customer. So we're going to take a half hour off for lunch and Hyde serves lunch. Even if it's one day a week to start with what does it cost you $7 for you $7 for your staff member and then you can organism two days a week. It's just showing them that they're special and you get a chance to hang out with them. During lunch too. It makes things really really nice. And if you remember that has little as you do or as much as you do the person you're doing is for if it's out of the ordinary knows it's special and really appreciate that and as you grow and things get better, then you could do a little more taking free lunches the example from one day. Maybe you can go to 5 days a week, right and do other things along the way that makes their life, especially feel that if you grow you're not the only one that's benefitting. They're benefiting also does more nice things are coming their way. The one thing that I have always noticed about you is that although you make a lot of money that has a really increased your level of power. So to speak meaning you don't use that power. I I put this chapter in my book being rich not right choice being nice and you've always been nice along the way has it happened that somebody came back to you and said, you know what John Paul you did this or you said this for me ten years ago, and it really really made a difference. I'm sure that you've had those things and and in a surprise you like me doing that or saying that ten years ago made a difference. Well, could you tell us what some of those things are and the reason why I prefaced that that you haven't received let the power you know, you know take over is because I know that you are a humble man. And so to get me to have you talk about these kind of things may not be naturally something that you would do but the people listening may need to hear they they want to hear because they want to do what you're doing when people start saying look at me they may not say those words, but after look at me look how powerful I am. Look how much money I have. Look at my boss. Look at my position. Look at my title. They become jerks first class. Jerk. They they are feeling good that others are respecting them because they have power they have money they have wisdom. They have tons of friends. They have whatever they have. But in reality people say God wanted a jerk. Who does he think this we know who he is, you know, he doesn't have to go around reminders all the time. That's terrible when I share things with people I share wage. I was not just to speak words, but I hope that what I share with them are things that can help them and when someone comes up to me and says whether it's bashing P, you told me stick aside 10% of my income for myself off the bank first just for me. They seem to be a really worth. It makes me feel really good anytime. I can tell somebody whether it's smile at someone looking in the eye and they come back a day a week years later and say gosh it really worked. That's my reward. It makes me feel really really wonderful and I think on the planet Earth we're all here to do something the more we do to make others feel good or learn have a job because of us without asking anything in return. That's where we get the real power in life because his people saying.
"john paul" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss
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Alabama's and girls, ladies and squirrels Tim Ferriss and welcome to another episode of the Tim Ferriss Show as my job, every episode to interview and deconstruct world class performers in other words to tease out the habits, routines, favorite books, and so on that you can apply to your own lives. This episode has a lot. There are a lot of strategies, a lot of tactics lot of incredible stories and my guest is John Paul. Dish Aurea D. E. J. O.. R. I A.. Dump. All Jury is an American entrepreneur and philanthropist who has launched multiple global enterprises and is renowned as one of the one hundred greatest living business minds by Forbes jumbled. His rags-to-riches bio is truly incredible. It exemplifies the American dream and a lot of ways once homeless, his struggled against the odds to craft a unique life and many unique businesses that you know in nineteen eighty, John Paul and hair stylist Paul Mitchell converted a partially barred seven hundred dollars into John Paul Mitchell systems, which is today. The largest privately held salon hair care line in nineteen, eighty, nine, doing something totally different. Different he cofounded patrol on the first ultra premium Tequila now the world's number, one ultra premium Tequila which he sold to Bacardi in two thousand eighteen John Paul went on to co found John. Paul pet rocket and many other enterprises. He's done a lot, and he continues to do a lot. He's also signed the giving pledge along with others like Bill Gates and Warren Buffett, as a formal promise to continue giving back, and he has established GP's Peace Love and happiness foundation as a hub for his charitable investments, which span the core values of his company's Sustainability Social Responsibility, an animal friendliness. was recorded in March of twenty twenty and due to some technical issues who ran into removed partway through from skype to phones. You will notice that transition. There is a lot of actionable advice in this conversation and John Paul does not disappoints without further ado. Please enjoy this wider engine conversation with none other than John Paul to Georia. Chumpol welcome to the show. Why didn't you Tim Nice to be your on your show? You've got a great show and. You're helping people out along the way by giving them good positive direction. Thank you, sir, I have looked forward to this and been looking forward to this for at least a year probably two years now and we have a mutual friend Robert Rodriguez. Who's certainly a fixture here in Austin longtime resident and I thought we would start. This might seem like a strange place to start, but start with text exchange that I was having with him not long ago where I was asking him about topics or questions that we might. Off The beaten path, and one thing that stood out, and that he highlighted was that he saw a picture of you. Show your wife. From last December at Christmas party where you and smokey Robinson were showing feats of physicality and. Robert said that his mind was blonde, because it looked like you were doing full planche and moves that you might only see at the top levels of gymnastics. I, could you speak to fitness in your life? You Bet. You Bet you in fact, smokey by the way I'm seventy, five seventy six here in a few months or a few more weeks. smokey's about eighty and he's unbelievably fit now. What people have to know? Is this and I'm GonNA quote an old blues, friend of Mine Blue Singer. He died about a decade ago was at his funeral. That's John Lee Hooker. I knew John Lee for maybe forty years before he passed on and John Lee would call me for the last seven years on my birthday every year as well as my wife calls on her birthday, and he make up some blues rift and sing it to us, and for those last seven years. My daughter Alexis race car driver and I went to his house whether it was this Long Beach House or San. Jose House Tango with him on his birthday, so he called his JP wants you to record this. I said okay. You never asked me record anything, so we went on bought when he's twenty nine. Nine dollar recorders, you plug into your telephone, you could record the conversation on a cassette tape Louis debt, so he made up. A blues ripped a really cool Blues Rep. he kind of made it up as he went along the way singing, and then he stopped in the middle of it now. What I'm GonNa tell you is quite amazing because John. Lee Hooker was illiterate until the day he died could even write out his own name. Just as initials illiterate that he died in the middle of this blues rift, he stopped and said remember. You will always be as old as your mind. Lead you to believe. And it went right back to the blues rift again, smoking my dear buddy smokey. Robinson knew that he wants to be on stage and he's one of the best performers the best singers in the world. The world's ever known smokey knows he's got to be fit, so smoking learned along the time in his life. No matter what she is that if he were to do. Not only sit ups, but raises feet up in the air, lay flat. Raise your feet up in the air, which really tightens up your entire core if he keeps on doing that by Gosh, he's going to do it for a long time. He's eighty. Beautifully it looks like gymnastics person when I was in high school at sixteen and Seventeen years old I was in gymnastics My thing was the pommel horse aside horse rope climb, but also learn how to do things like from a handstand going to a full lever where your whole body is. Parallel with the ground. You're holding yourself with actually ten fingertips two hands. That's it so what I did was I started doing that Oh. Gosh! I'd say maybe twenty years ago once or twice a year I would do it, and then I was with a lot of super cool people by Buddy. Matthew mcconaughey had his birthday went to his birthday, and these guys were so. It's incredible Matthew. Guy Was a tank top. We're in the middle of the desert and with his. Best. Pals and he kind of rub me down with oil on my shoulder. Say JP here. Let's put some oil on.
"john paul" Discussed on Catholic Culture Audiobooks
"There are perhaps relatively few people throughout history who have had a letter addressed to them from pope much less a saint with today's reading the artists in our audience can take note on Easter Sunday nineteen ninety nine Saint John Paul the second penned a letter addressed to them and as if his being a pope and a saint weren't off of credential Carava Teela as he was known prior to his election to the papacy was an artist himself a poet playwright and an actor often overlooked for his many contributions elsewhere with letter to artists however it seems clear to me that Saint John Paul remained an artist at heart to the and of his life and this letter holds interest not just for artists but for the whole Church as Saint John Paul points out the church needs artists end artists need the church if you're an artist yourself or if you have an artist in your life or simply appreciate the many contributions that artists make to culture and to the church than this letter is well worth listening to I should also note that we've chosen to abridge this letter somewhat slow lately throughout the letter Saint John Paul includes many examples sometimes entire lists for each of the artistic periods to which he alludes and wile we've included this art history overview we've chosen to include only a few of these specific examples given this is perhaps most notable on the on humanism and the renaissance where we've forgotten a rather lengthy explication of some of the Vatican's artistic treasures the full text of this letter can be found at the Vatican website linked to missile episodes.
"john paul" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"How about this Weekend College Games football wise and the PRO Games. What do you like what don't you like. Where would you stay away. What would you take a look at sure so are we. I kind of like the raiders colts matchup this weekend and it's free for all years ago. Check that one out there bike. We've he's got the colts as a three-star play which may fairly confident and online that line is currently at six and a half our in house models. He's at nine and a half game so we think the coach it should be favored by more than they actually are so I would consider taking the colts and at home against the raiders personally our model side. I really liked that. West Coast Team in Oakland implying an early game on the East Coast or eastern time that usually doesn't end ball for the West Coast team in terms of college a little one of the ACC t match ups that I kind of like our model likes to DC versus wake you've got Boston. College is a six and a half point dog. I think that's an overreaction to their loss against Kansas personally. I think if they won that game design is way different so I think this is kind of an over correction and our model agrees with that too That's a six point underdog. We we have that more like it. Come game and so if you can get six points on that which we think we can. I'm going to be taken. BC So walked into the offices of Bet Q. Al All do I do. I have just a bunch of brainiacs going through like all kinds of algorithms to make sure that they're getting the right bed out. I have basically you're going to find the scientist and a bunch of working on the APP and then yeah that's that's a great way to the reigning accident..
"john paul" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"Well new to the website is bet Q. L. and John Paul starkey director marketing from bed Q. L. Is My guest in JP. You know this is something I'm excited did about because so many fans are interested in not only betting but then how to get involved in betting how works the best way to do it and and we stumbled across each other through mutual friend and I'm involved with your company in terms of you know I enjoy seeing the lines. I enjoy football. I enjoy baseball and basketball. Tell me a little bit. Let's start with this. Tell me a little bit. What Bet El is all about great question so so back to you. All was born of the idea couple of years ago where we do that in court eventually overturned the ban on sports betting asia-wide so Komo. I'll put the data that pro betters in Vegas having you think the palm of everybody's hands we created in house algorithm much like the Pro Gandhi capper's zoo handicapper set their own mind are quote unquote best bet model rates bets out of one through five star scale based on our own in house like that we have created so that is a huge thing that we give to the casual flash fire pro better we give you the public in pro information so so presence at the cargo planes and sixty percent of public tickets are on the cardinals but you see that eighty percent of the money on the cardinals that will tell you that heavier wages are coming in on the cardinals. You might want to pack pro besides that you know we just showed give you the line the information starting pitchers the injury starting really trying to give you everything that you might need to place a bat or multiple bats are all that stuff today in the palm of your hand but our APP would I like I said had I take a look at who the pro betters are betting on and that gives me a pretty good idea of what is going on and in it's amazing. I I cannot get it over how vegas sets lines and it seems like every time they're right on it and and if you have a chance to see what the pro betters are going with that gives you a pretty good idea of you've probably the direction of of what this thing may turn out to be yeah exactly. I think really great example of that is week into of NFL where the teachers the dolphins that one opened around fourteen and a half enclosed at twenty one and a half and even when it was at twenty one you could still see either or eighty percent of the money was coming in New England. Even though once it got to be three score line the public sort of creeping up a little bit more towards Miami but if you forgot one all along you could just see that the pros or hammering away that's just one example Hyder lines. We'll see great to know who the pros on it. That's typically where where where the money's GonNa that's GonNa. Catch your tickets for fans that don't know how does baseball work. you know in football you got the lines. You got the over under but in baseball. How does it work in terms of betting so the most popular bets in baseball are the money line and that a lot of first half our first five buddy lines as well so is it that Kobe run line. I'll get to that in a second but with the money line betting on a team to win. the Yankees are playing the rangers tonight the Yankees. These are massive favorites their minds so that means you're. GonNa have to put two hundred ninety dollars to one hundred back. you know the Yankees are much better team arrangers to pack them out so that makes sense conversely if you bet on the rangers tonight if you put down to one hundred on them as opposed to thirty five hundred dollars that being the one hundred to two hundred thirty five winning for you should the Rangers with Let's most popular bachelor baseball. There's also what's called the run line where you can bet so on on a team plus or minus one and a half runs and that works the same way as football spread words plus or minus one and a half right. There's a little less of the money the after put down on that so that's never gonNA get really minus two hundred but you know it's a little more tile moneyline with the fan that here's is that the Rangers are a plus to thirty five underdog. What what does that mean in Layman's terms that means that you'll make more money if the Rangers I tell you that there that you might WanNa consider saying away unless you have a really good feeling about the rangers tonight and it might be recipe for players otherwise you know that that's the biggest thing this team is not GonNa win. How about for a weekend series like this for the cardinals in fans here in Saint Louis or so curious about it obviously with the division on the line but Joe Madden is essentially come out and said look. I'm going to rest my best guys. They're not gonNA play this weekend. It could be kind of like a bench lineup and maybe not their best starters like Hendrix Darvish. How does that change the line in terms of baseball and what you're looking at at this weekend yeah exactly so right now. Cardinal Recovers S. eleven o'clock eastern time Kinda like central time. I don't even have a line for them right now. How this is GonNa be actually just came out. the cardinals are minus two forty five forever so mad have comments that are reinsurance the fly makers. Vegas cubs right now are plus one thousand five hundred dollars and you're probably going to see that line shift as the line come out. you know win. Win Matters Commerce. It came out that the east pine for the cubs this weekend. The lines are off a bit walk comes to figuring out who they're starting pitchers are going to be not all effects with the line closing line ends up asthma so if you see the you know Rizzo O'Brien as expected the teething you really see the minor leaguers for four players out there the cops that line cook further bed Q. L. How did this all start for you. I'm curious in your personal vested interest in this and then what have you seen in terms of how you know it's exploded across the country yeah great question so I had been working in the same position as a.