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"john templeton" Discussed on Addicted2Success
"Violent will means that. If you have money in the bank. But the bank. Of the Federal Reserve will, Bank owes money off from Italy and the bank compound their debts. The bank is legally allowed to take your money to pay their debts. So the money that you have in the bank isn't safe. If the bank goes onto, and now this has happened in the US and this has happened in the UK. So this absolutely, this does happen it's not like. It's not like some conspiracy. This does happen. Cash, in the bank again is no. Not Really. Safe. Physical cash boom that would be that would be the number one choice. Precious metals now precious metals again. Do well, during a recession, they don't skyrocket and you become a millionaire, but they hold their value and they've held a valuable. CENTURIES so they're really just a great great store value. It's not like you're GONNA lose your money in the stock. Market. It is it is just suddenly safe. It. Can you can you bottle with it? Can you try it with it not as easy as actual cash, but it's it's a little bit more liquid. If you've got coined a little bit more, you can you can trade with it. And then. The loss essay was cryptocurrency. Now, this might be pretty controversial. But his the great thing about cryptocurrency is decent. Show us. No one owns it which means it's It's pretty much. It's quite unregulated at the moment, but it's it's nobody can kind of cut off. Cut it off from you really once once you have it, it's in it's in the cloud and doing it didn't some go I created and then he just disappeared. Yep? So. Toshi. Nakamoto make. Japanese. Guy. Chris. cryptocurrency. and. Here's the other thing. My. Beliefs again in you know you could you disagree that's totally fine by. The future I believe is in digital currency. I mean, you don't have to be a rocket scientist to figure that out. Wins they transition wins that shift GONNA happen it's it's win the pipe system files and it written with where we're now it's starting to fail. And when it does. I believe cryptocurrency is GonNa Skyrocket. Which means it's a good investment not just. For the decentralisation but because it's I believe now it's on cycle like it's cheap now compared to what it will be with. Get on a guys get. Jumping to. So. This is what I would say if you have. May. Maybe maybe you have some Networth and what network you might have money and property my money in the stock market you might have money in. Currency Markets Exchange you might have cash. What I believe. Is the safest most. The based leading into a economic collapse cash. Physical cash and if you WANNA play it safe precious metals, it would be a combination of those two. If you want to take a bit more risk all, you've got a little bit more money than most people I would cash and cryptocurrency. Let me ask you this real quick. You tell me about this. It looks like a little like USB type stick thing and you can put your bitcoin or your cryptocurrency on what is that? Yes that's cold. Storage cold still are with cryptocurrency it can be. I mean, this is what I teach people in my cool but it can be it can be kept on ultimately wound storage, which means it's hooked up to the system and they in cold storage, which means it CPR and a good analogy for that is It's a the money in a bank account at the bank has your money or you've got in your Wallet Physical Cash. So called would be in your womb would be in the bank. So it was Kinda. Like extra safe even though. CRYPTOCURRENCY is decentralized to make even more safer more secure you have it. Yet off the grid even more correct yes. Okay. That makes us. and. Then you know you can keep that in the Siphon harm you can bury it. In A. You know. It's like you know digital treasure. Buried TRICIA and this this is no different So. Yeah. That that's really that's really. Financially. The Game Plan I would note that I'm telling you to do this but that's what I'd be suggesting and how I'm working with my clients at the moment is around that strategy. A solid I like it. And I guess visits are physical preparedness as his the other thing is. You know do you run off to the Bush? Do you? What do you do? What are you? How can you physically prepare economic collapse? Can you remember when current ours hit and there was no toilet paper lift and rationed doubt men that were fighting over toilet paper I thought it was funny because I was thinking to myself. Wait. Don't you need to eat first before you go to the toilet crap right? Like you need to do that I was going to be more important. I was like why do people just wash themselves or use a leaf? It seemed funny reaction to be on a so. and. Humans are so unpredictable in in in to some degree like no, there's so much. We can predict the patterns it quite at times but sometimes, like wait a minute, you you as a collective reacted to that is kind of weird. So, reaction is not a great place to be and. Respond right well, yeah. Let what happened was everybody reacted in winning like toilet paper strange..
"john templeton" Discussed on Addicted2Success
"Answered and I mean like not coincidentally. I mean they have been freaking answered and mighty horror hike. There is more to this. There's more to this this world and and law at the universe that we we know and so current mccaren mantra is. I have faith in the grace of God and when I say God. I don't mean as a person I mean the as in I look at Goldensohn what is Nigeria Energy. Like the say the universe because the universe is almost a physical realm. Almost so it's like I have. I have faith in the grace of what is of this ultimate energy. Yeah that created all that it is. Yeah it's IT'S PRETTY. It's pretty insane man and it's funny. How like in there's times of Despair. It's like that's where your soul goes to go connect with the Creator by like there's gotta be something. I don't believe that we're just dancing without DNA that we just popped out a vision for millions. I mean it's it's up for debate like we could go into forever. Yeah well I think I don't think science disproves God I think ultimately it proves there is God because it's created and like it scientists like the elements and everything is brought into it and there's a chemistry to creation. I think it's so beautiful. This is definitely another your mind back share share that line and then we're going to wrap this up okay. I was just like it's not that profound but science proves what already is. Science doesn't COME UP WITH ANYTHING NEW. It's just it just allows scientists how humans understand what already is. Yeah yeah absolutely love this. I really appreciate jumping in. How can we find you online? John Templeton official. Okay so J. O. H. N. T. E. official. That's on instagram. Lincoln facebook youtube with It's under one one line. I love how how precise you're with spilling your name you know. I've had guests on here. And they're like thought spilling the name and they're stumbling. I'm like do you know how to spell your. I've been saying it for all my life but I for some reason I'm just tripping up on this it's happened like three or four times by love. It man awesome stuff so make sure you join. John has incredible content. Super Inspiring keeps you up today with everything transformational and inspirational around great guy. Odd John to rep interview up on all she this question here if you were to deliver your last thirty seconds speech to the world. What would that loss thirty second sound like? Whatever you do in life do it. From a place of wholeness and there's nothing wrong with I would say there's nothing wrong with going off to everything you want because when it comes from homeless homeless. It's always going to be good so you know you cannot be selfish and stuff An That when you come to that place of wholeness that. Olivia stresses will leave your worries. Go Away and that it is a very beautiful way to live and create and do this crazy thing would lock..
"john templeton" Discussed on Addicted2Success
"Pizzas eating in the all look? It was doing gymnastics and so let's go to muscle up again. It was just twenty four hours. Continuous muscle ups. How many you know. How many can you do josh? That look like is it. Like a chimp. Yes it's on the gymnastics rings you holding the rings and it's a strict muscle up so you pour yourself so you're like hanging you pull yourself up so the rings around your chest and then you transition so you roll over the top of the ring and then you press so you finish dip straighten your arms pull up ended up together. I just want to talk about two years ago. The fact I was I was not being so. This is possible for anybody. I was forcing. I was forcing success to happen right. Anna and it doesn't feel great and wear you out and it's not healthy so I just WanNa say two years ago that it might not sound long. And it's not but that's two years of daily effort meditating every single day asking questions about myself every single day so anybody listening who wants to feel that. Feeling of just being so an alignment and like this is who I am. I'm so proud of every cell in my body and remember go one step further. The biproduct of that is whatever success. You want because there's no resistance you're just being you and you're going to be you in all your glory which is on. Your potential is unlimited. So that's the first thing I'll say is like it's possible for anyone now. Why would someone be not disciplined? I put it down to three things. bringing back three things you've got incongruent salon values and as you know values of things you go after the are important to you and there are a few ways. Values can people up if you ultimately if you let clarity and you don't know what you want you've got misaligned win congruent values and obviously you're wasting energy if you're confused a nuclear so that's that's one reason people want discipline. They just don't know what they want. Another one is. They've got limiting beliefs of themselves. So they don't believe they are good enough to achieve it and they've so they don't put much effort and they don't succeed and they've not succeeded a few times and just get down on themselves and they're like well. I'm just going to eight shit third. Nobody's GonNa knock myself right right. So it's almost like actions of following what their beliefs ultimately to fulfill that prophecy of what they're telling you themselves over and over again absolutely man. Yeah and the last thing is is wounding. That's why people aren't disciplined. We could talk about the excuses like FIA but these are all external. I go excuse symptom. 'cause and excuses off things like I don't have time and it's not true. Don't have money. That's a limiting belief so they're the causes are always the three values beliefs and tripped emotions. I want to go into it too much now. If people WANNA learn more they can agree. Think about this to like it's going to require for them to come to one of your events and actually we're not just. I'm not just saying this to be like yeah good at Jones event because this is what we do at. This point is like replugged whatever you have to offer. It's not even about that like there's a certain amount of work that you can cognitively understand and then to actually go into a space to have space held for you in support and to work through the emotional stuff it's hands on right it's exponential. Yeah because yeah exactly hundred percent experience is a failing failing his energy and if we try and cognitively understand it we're not feeling and so it's really not real right. Yeah for sure. So how would somebody listening right now? That feels like okay cool. I have a cooperative understanding of the disciplines that are required I get the importance of working on the wounds and there's causes that are there. It's not about the effects if someone wanted to. Mostagenem mind so they can channel. The energy in the right direction is at anything else that we need to know in order to do this like their meditative practices. Do THEY DO VISUALIZE ATIONS? Any exercises or experiential. Things that you are able to teach over podcasts that we can start implementing to least not getting a knee up in the game and then eventually come to a space to do deeper work. Yeah absolutely there's something for everyone at every level to start the first thing is you know if you're listening watching you have to commit internally to mastering your mind monitoring it has to become mastery because anything like dabbling in something is always gonNa lead to failure and you're GONNA get down on yourself again so I would just ask them that they commit to this. Tomasz to this practice I if it takes a week or ten years and the very very stop thing I would start with his meditation getting getting good at it becoming aware when your mind is having its own thoughts and disassociating from that and so I would say put your time on your phone for seven minutes seven minutes. Prese stop and sit in silence the seven minutes and all you have to do and it can be really difficult when you first is hold spicy yourself and just as soon as thoughts come in just try and come back to the present moment if you want as well you can literally just breathe in and out your nose noise. Timbo just and if you ever start thinking about something just come back to. Oh wait a minute. Folks can one breath that is step one. That is one and if people can get good at that you can crease time. You can You can look moss to that base. I increase the time. And here's the other thing absorb content from other people. And then it's GonNa get to a point in your life and I truly believe that money is energy and we invest energy into something. We're going GONNA get energy back. It's Kinda like Tom so it's going to get to a point where you need to pay someone to teacher because you'll make a talked before about commitment you'll making a fucking commitment when you put your money on the line and I put my money on the line. I pay for fucking everything I was going to get Joel to speak it my retreat and we still will and like he told me the process boom pied right there was a norm mucking around. Because that's how I want to be treated and respected as well and I knew that if I commit to greatness and I commit to great people like yourself Joe. That's the reality I'm going to live in and that's what I'm going to experience so if you're listening get used to committing with your money it is and it's important to people so they follow through and I feel like something happens to you on an unconscious level too right. I Know The Times where I've spent ten Grand Twelve Grand Fifteen grand twenty even just like really stretched and came in. I believe that you don't get in life what you think you deserve. You get what you negotiate and I've gone in and negotiated opportunities with people. I Guess Vanna Chalk with people like Tony Robbins and Jodi Spencer. An offering some form of value and or going like what should I approach them with? I think would be enticing for them so they feel. I'm respecting that time right and so I think what happens on an unconscious level the times where I have invested in getting someone on the poker's double down super hard right. I'm they're fully present more than I ever have been to really make sure that we make the most of it. When I paid for mentors I've sat there and listened to like every second I can. I'm recording. I'm going back over it on making sure. I'm implementing as much as toilet in that space. Something just happens officers level. You stretch when you stretch yourself in the physical you also you stretch yourself on the emotional in the unconscious level to for sure. Yeah yeah that some I mean that's that's neuron Brain's wiring is like you absorb content. You hear you think something near all of a sudden you've got a new euro pathway in that moment you starting to become someone different. Yup Your identity shifts amazing stuff so John. We're going to have to definitely do a pod to I'm excited for that. There's so much content here if there are any actionable is right now that anyone can walk away with. What would it be yet for? Show the very first thing I would say is like the first thing you need to. I'm tool does is getting closer to who you truly are if trying to start a business if you're trying to have a bit of relationship if you're trying to break against record and none of it will. Meta enlists you'll happy with who you are internally and so that needs to be the priority And to do that differently. Start with learning to midnight and breath work because the breath is the it's like the trigger into the soul and into the spirit. It's air itself that you can't really see it. It's a theory also learn to meditate and like I said that the seven minute timer is the place to stop for that. It's a good starting point real quick just off the top of your head because I believe that we commit even more and we stay even more disciplined when we understand the benefits of what is community to just toby ahead. What are the benefits of you? Meditating what have you noticed in your life that shifted energy like freedom? Freedom Freedom Emotional freedom from all past traumas. I would say energy. Just become an a high energy being I can see. I have clarity I can. I can pick up on other people's energy I've got intuition so I can since the gut feeling or I'm guided by something greater than my my mind and that leads to question people. I'm like go one step further. I always say that. And and what does that lead to? And it's like well that leads to anything. I wanted to lead to so the benefits. Nikola Tesla said that. And don't quote me on this word but win like science stotts studying like energy frequency vibration. They GonNa make quantum leaps in like scientific development. I truly believe that because of experienced it when we stopped playing with energy and this might sound a bit. Hippy dippy that cookie when we stopped applying Mazda Energy and the fact that as humans. We can manipulate reality through thought and feeling alone every thing changes. It's no longer about the food. We ate all the the pills or the exercise. It is about belief. And how we feel and Arnold Schwarzenegger also talked about it. With building his body it was it was a he built. He was like seven Times Olympia because he believed in its. Yeah I mean you were talking to me about this whole jar. Exercise right where you had living organisms in a jar and you speak ill to it or negative words and then it kills it. Basically we know this. I've seen this. The test is a Japanese guy. Commentaries name a motor. Did this whole thing where he spoke to plants negative to Juan warlike attitude for the other and then like it. Change Ed Ward. I right and then they do it with plans to I think that ultimately at the end of the day our words become Rhode. And we're going to be really careful with the words that we speak. What affirmation or like mantra you live. A new one and look. I'm not religious but twice I've prayed to God in my life like it's Tom's of like desperation where I've just pray to God and I don't know where it's coming from a have and both times my prayers have been.
"john templeton" Discussed on Addicted2Success
"Chain. Yeah there are things that are putting a damper on your frequency and the things you want in your life you need to be a certain frequency in order to be able to match it and get it right. We keep wanting it but we're not doing the wound work going deep enough. You know I said something. Cata an event it was on a panel at turn into this huge quotable and a lot of people. Were sharing this off. The we chop it up into a court and chatting online and said that a lot of people say that toxic people are the biggest energy drainers. The biggest energy trainer is trying to be someone. You're not that you are not meant to be. And I think what we often do is instead of paying attention to our warns right becoming aware of it acknowledging that it's even there and the nurturing it and doing the processes utilizing the toes getting the mentor ship having breakthrough whatever we need to do in order to to transform that wound and turn that pain into power instead where often going to other things trying to show it caught so many people trying to sure success. Yeah it's like avoidance deflection Pretending that they're like hiding from going on like I don't need to do this. I was having a conversation with a go this morning and I said like when she said like I just want the strategy want and I'm like you're in Egos ship. Yeah you're not an ownership lifted up on the spot she's like Oh eager shit. What's that and I'm like? It's when you think you don't have to do the work because you're trying to bypass said. I'm okay with owning the fact that I've got work to do. That's why I am where I am today. And that's why you Jonah. Where you are today and you get to be a leader because you took ownership. You weren't in your ego ship of on its back and buy posse some bigger than this being in bypass more doesn't mean you're bigger actually means you're weak because you're not willing to do the work face the shadow and I don't know if we'll have time to dive into this but you just need some some things that really like mean things to me. It's like so when we were growing up we see things and we associate them like as a child. We associate them as good. And we're like that. I like that. I'm going to make that to my personality and this becomes. Our identity is me but a lot of people. Don't look the other side of that. We also reject behaviors. And it's like Ooh that's not me and that saying that's you is also part of your ego and that's that's your shadow side and when there are people that believe they don't have to do the work per se they ultimately not looking at their shadow side and we don't even know it's there because we've rejected for so long and it's not until we look at that pot of L. Selves that we have repressed or dictated because again that's resistance and you look at a quite often. I'll tell you really recent story people's like physical bodies give so much insight to a person's soul and where they're at on their journey and I have I can see that scarring on my arm. I don't know if you can see that law news. Look a little bit of scar almost gone. That used to be a big scar and in a time of my life when I into always trying to be someone I wasn't I was trying so hard every day. You know what was my normal. I thought that's who I was. And this will. This will resonate with a few people because a lot of people don't know windy being the true self or win. They're faking being someone else. And so I was getting up every Donald forcing myself to be some way and it wasn't until I surrendered and was like whom I really and I was doing. My breathing drills knows like who am I really and then I started to be okay with myself on like every level I accepted how shit also some things like that people are going to hate me. I was accepted that you know. I had really been ashamed of parts of myself and as soon as I did that within the space a couple of weeks that Scott US appeared. Wow you took you took ownership you no longer an ego ship a love it dude and end to take this one step further. If that's okay with you. It's like energy all of a sudden. I went from this false energy. This this taints feeling inside of like I'm not good enough to try and be someone else have just accepting myself and energetic. I felt better. I felt Lotte. I felt I found him stoppable. And from what I've read and what I've learned especially through Dr Joy to spins his work. Is that like when out energy field is in harmony. We heal not just scarves but all chronic issues. And so that's why I now when I talk about health when I talk about energy two zero energy but your energy to get up and be motivated and do work it is it is all. I product of ultimately how we think and feel about ourselves for sure for sure on a repeated basis right everyday consistently that becomes part of identity. We keep showing up in it. Yeah and and you're exactly right and the truth is if it lifts its foot look to be yourself when you accept every pot so yourself it is it is so freeing and if let's and I guess the whole point of Al Podcast. Today's talking about energy. It's like that is the ultimate form of high energy is when everything feels a lot and easy and for anyone listening like. Is that something you want? Does it sound attractive? Because it's getting up and living in any other way is detrimental. We're also believing that you can actually have that that you are worthy of having. I think a lot of people don't quite get there where the like. Oh Yeah I think that life is just for the top one percent that have been magically gifted this and it's not true it's everything has been worked for to a certain degree in if it hasn't and it's being given it's not valued the same hundred percent men and you know go back in time two years you know. I got my Guinness World Record. Everything was still driven. What was a Guinness World record was most.
"john templeton" Discussed on Addicted2Success
"Brown and I'm here today with John Templeton who is a kick. Us mindset coach. He is a transformational speaker and leader out here in Australia. The land of Koalas and Kangaroos and sausage. We're good John. Sausage dog here cody. Who's featured he just constantly looking. He's such a lovable little doug and I'm excited for you guys to really absorb the knowledge. The wisdom the exercises. The actionable is that John has for you today. So John Welcome to the to US podcast. Yeah Yeah you. And I've been spending a little bit of time here together in quarantine in the Gold Coast of Australia. Obviously the world is in an interesting stay right now and what I really love about the way that you show up man is that you really care about your people you know when I see coaching. You don't give up. You see the way that you show up for them. See the way that you you go past the excuses that they're sharing and the the fears that they're projecting in the space. And you're like Yo. I'm not here to support your excuses. I'm here to support you in reaching a potential and I just love that about you as a coach. I think there are a lot of people. Say they coaches but this you're living it and you actually really are coach pound the back for that man and I just want to know what inspired you to step into this space. We can understand why you're a coach yet great question. I'm thank you for the kind words as well. So really what applied the scenario out in my head? I had six assists as an athlete and it wasn't fulfilling. It was that feeling of achievement and it wasn't long lived and so what happened after that. I was like well winters. The scene wins this cycle in. I was like I just looked for something that had more meaning and was more fulfilling and that was helping those and a lot of people do come into the coaching. Space looking to people come into the coaching space ultimately to coach themselves. Yes but I think the ones that really go the distance are the ones that have you know. They know who they are and they are in it for the right reasons and that is to to help to contribute. Yup I feel that man. I feel that and I see like it's an energy that you can't fake. You know it because it requires for you to show up each and every day which is what you do. So let's go into that conversation of energy because I know that you were saying recently that you feel like this is something that a lot of people finding to manage right now. They're like waiting. On circumstances to change are they are using the excuse of. I don't have enough time. Now is the time what you do have time right. If you're in isolation right now in the world now is the best time to create but like let's go into this conversation because energy is something that we all get to learn how to manage better for sure and I love the word innogy. It's got so many people perceive it differently. A lot of people say energy. And they'll think calories fuel energy and then you say energy to to like people who are more spiritual Moldovan theory world and it's the fabric of reality what the world is made up made up of and I truly believe that energy. The energy required in order to succeed is more ethereal more metaphysical physical. It's not necessarily about the food week that that really fuels us for the intensity required to to succeed right so if someone is in a place where chaos or the finances are just not in the place they would like it to be that they have dreams and they think about these dreams but they just don't have this like aligned energy or a line inspiration whether they thought what exercises would you share. If you were coaching someone right now. What would you share with them to be able to get to a great foundation and then we can build upon not yup? Okay so to answer this. You said a few minutes ago like energy doesn't lie. You can send someone's energy and I'm at the point now and I know a lot of people a lot more advanced than me. We can look at someone and we can notice. Are they high? You're low energy like are they carrying emotional baggage or that you can feel it and you can be like this person you know. This is a real plan. This person's got the heart in the right space. So energy doesn't lie and I want to make that clear. If we have time I would love to go into the way that actually everything in life is made of energy. And it's an it's not the other way round so if energy is good the physical world would be good. Got It co- so what would I say to anybody that was going through right now? There are probably people going through through chaos and I just want anybody. That's listening to watching to play the scenario out. It's like when you're going through. Kale's ultimately you're perceiving. This reality is being chaotic. Imagine if we went back in time to the eighteen hundreds. Let's be honest like right now. Compete eighteen hundreds L. Life is so much even with quarantine even with like a lack of money. Yeah for sure if we play the comparison game. It's the wait a minute. Los Actually pretty good so once. We realized that it is a perception that we've gone backwards or does a perception that we don't have much money or does a perception that we're not we want to be and then I would ask anybody. That's listening to watching to say how do you feel? How do you feel when you perceive stress when you perceive chaos and the answer is I feel I feel Shit? I feel I feel like I am unclear. I feel like it's my energy is being zapped and that's the truth that's truth. When we have chaotic stressful thoughts the perception of reality it weighs out it takes L L lot force energy. It takes product out of us so we we can't fight for the things that we value the most. So so how do we got out energy? How do we make sure it's not leaking out about in space? Yeah so this is something. I've struggled with a lot in my life because for a lot of my nose in military for a long time and competing in sports and it was always from a place of not feeling good enough and I know a lot of people Come from this space whether they know it or not and coming from that space is exerting energy from you. It's like your your. It's this resistance. You'll fighting against this feeling of not good enough and if you if you feel good enough that it's heavy and Sir to really get into a space where you can start to perceive the world differently. Remember this Al. Mind thinks equal to how we feel your feeling like we not good enough with feeling empty feeling like we haven't achieved goals. Al Consciousness is going to be equal to that so the sports we have are going to be so limited and so this. This is the drill and this is the exercise eiter of got into breath. Work a lot more recently. I've done with Dr Joe to spins with meditation. I've gone through all of his programs. Oh that's good. He at this stage of life is my like my hero. If I could have hero it would be him very authentic leader right. He's the new age of success. I believe do you know what I mean. He's not he's not anything of himself. He's very authentic right facade and talking about energy and alignment. He is so in alignment that man would have an abundance of Energy Janata. I know you understand if anyone listening. It's like when you when you don't have resistance inside of like who you need to be for other people who show has become free right and so this exercise I do. Which is I literally breathe into my heart and this is. This is known as like hot. Coherence AND GETTING THE MIND HOT IN SYNC. Amsoil breathe into my hop through my nose for about. I don't know like twenty something like that and whilst I'm doing that my entire focus is on my breath on my heart and what that allows the the body to do. The hearts magnetic field energy field is the largest in the body. It's the most powerful and if we if we focus on that and get insured with Al Mind will then start to be. Cooled them What's it called? Enshrinement Almond will start to vibrate sort of at the same frequency and become coherent without without and in that space. We know who we are at that stage. We know who we are at that stage and then the resistance disappears and that that is like the present moment that is a place of stillness and from there. There is no. Kyle's all the chaos is always a construct of the mind yup makes sense makes sense. I remember Tony Robinson. When we had him on set for the we rise up movie I heard him sharing with a few of us as a group of us there and he said like there was this time where those is so job that had become prisoner of war and they put him down inside this. It's kind of like under a great right and water. Would run through flushing there every day at a certain point and it would go all the way up close to the top and this guy would then like knowing how to lift. He's up just enough to just catch some breath and he knew how long would loss to be hours a sore and he said in those moments the thing that got him through those times was he'd imagined himself visualizing Annie's mind him going and playing however many hose of Gulf on a golf course with his best nights so he took his mind to that place and pretended like he was there but in reality he's body was following the mind. And you mentioned Doctor Spencer before an owner Jerry said on the podcast episode. We did with him and addicted to success here. He said that when your thoughts a more powerful than the emotion that's when you get to create change and usually the emotion charged and and lot of the time it can be coming from our wounds and it's the thing that keeps us away. It's like consciously we know we want great life consciously. We know what we should be doing that. We get to do but because the emotions are so strong in our body where reacting to things instead of responding and going that's interesting that's coming up for me right now but here's what I'm going to choose to do instead. You become a master of your own mind instead of a slave to it right so for you. What are your practices to be in a space? Where your scented where. You're more aware and where you're more present. Yeah so these things like anybody can do this short-term by you know. We talked to a turnaround. It's like what am I focusing on like? What am I folks? And that soldier and that story told he was focusing on this this beautiful place and he feeling equal to how we thought. And that's good short term you'll say mentioned wounding words. Don't just disappear like unfortunately fully. Anyway right yeah and not without work. I should say okay. They can they can. They can dissipate but not without work. And so I'm going to relate this how back to energy as well and motivation and so a word lists you know if anybody listening is trauma from the past and earn experience from the past that when it happens you your it. Russian nervous system in a not so good way so it could have been a fearful feeling. It could have been a painful. It could have been hurt. It could be a time when there was just huge amounts of guilt resentment. All of these things if you can think back to that same memory now and associated with those emotions. This is the son of India and those stories that are stored in your listening your head in your mind and your body those zapping energy from you. Those is acting energy from you because I asked the question. It's like when you frustrated. Is it like? Is it a good feeling or a bad feeling? It's just natural that you'd be like it's a bad feeling like it's it doesn't feel good guilt any of those negative emotions and then not good feelings. And it's like the flipside like what about happiness? Joy Abundance Lonnie great feelings. It's okay who could be more successful someone who had all of these negative feelings inside them on someone all of these positive feelings and it's pretty obvious like you'd be able to do so much more with these positive feelings you just feel light and feel free and so if we do not hail the words in the trauma and get and finish these stories. Then we're always going to be wasting energy to some degree on them Amen. And so we need to heal from if we want to be highly motivated. People we can. We can do the Tony Robbins. Approach of changes state of being by focusing on something different. But that's the same as somebody that drinks alcohol to escape the boring life or someone that takes drugs. It's a distraction from the pain whereas it's okay short term but we need to fix the pain long-term and but I talk about it. Like a bull unchain imagine like chop from zero to one hundred and fifty is in the middle and this is a child of energy and if we say energy is how much you can give. It's like well you want more energy so you can give more more successful if you've got trauma it's like having it's like having a white taught around angles and so you're sitting at sitting at fifty percent and say that fifty percent is in the middle and that represents water and you're trying to tread water and you've got to ball and chain on your leg like people are struggling so hard just to stay above water. Okay we're as we work on the winds we remove that born chain all of a sudden it becomes if it looks easy and light and we can start to. We can start to like go up on the chart from the middle up to one hundred percent high energy being removed ball and.
"john templeton" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking
"That I could recognize how I was thinking and the choice was to change how I was thinking about the group about the loss and so It isn't something that comes natural. We have to feel an extra. We have to receive something externally for us to feel the emotion of gratitude. We can't sit sit at a table and say I'm GonNa make myself feel grateful. We have to have that that stimuli. That goes along with them. The other thing that the research shows is that we consider ourselves to be grateful. This is a study done in the US route ninety. Five percent of the participants felt that they were grateful but only about half actually take that next step and express it and part of that reason as actually called the gratitude gap. It's out of the John Templeton Foundation Research and one of the main reasons. Why even if we want to choose to express gratitude? That they're distractions are one of the biggest obstacles so we might think of someone that we work with that we that would really want to express gratitude towards maybe they covered for I saw your video at the top of your website about getting up in the morning and how you look at the world in two different ways. I love that. It's so it is an intention that we have to show gratitude to someone. But the distractions happen. Twenty four seven right. The phone rings a text message. The meeting reminder POPs up got a meeting that you know I have to prepare for. I'll do that later. And then we find ourselves later in the day or in the week and we remembered that we wanted to to write a thank you note to to actually go physically face to face with someone and express appreciation and.
"john templeton" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"University where he directs the center for medical humanities compassionate care and bio ethics is also internationally recognized for his work with Alzheimer's patients and continues to travel all around the planet speaking about those with memory issues as well Dr Stephen post on coast to coast with his latest work god in love on route eighty the hidden history of human connectedness welcome Stephen I'm looking forward to this tonight well me too George thanks for having me on board and you're in an area that not a lot of people spend a lot of time how did you get involved in all this. well you know it's the people you may in the journey of life I've always been interested in the theme of love and spirituality I was back get the case western medical school in. two thousand I had a fax from a philanthropist name Sir John Templeton said Steven we should start an institute to study the greatest spiritual aspiration unlimited love then he wasn't talking just about human love but about the ways in which we can be inspired by something that is really universal so I fax back through John great idea what should we call it he said the institute for research on unlimited. and then I thought here I am in a medical school one of people going to say about this so I faxed back through John maybe we should call the institute for creative altruism because altruism is a nice dry science the word and he shot back in the beautiful facts that I framed. no Steven unlimited love up to eight point nine million dollars and George I won't actually what you would have done I faxed back Sir John I love that language it jumped right off the page. exactly yeah he was right he was Sir is still wasn't he was darn serious he was a mistake he was the Tennessee mystic and absolutely you know that language of unlimited love brings us into conversation with all the great spiritual and philosophical traditions in a way that altruism doesn't quite do do you sense right now Stephen that more people are up tight short fused than ever before. well it's an age of anxiety you know I do think that we need to really be focused on our inner being there's so many pressures outside of us you know I get up early in the morning I meditate I pray I I I try to work in focus myself on these higher spiritual emotions but even all right George okay occasionally when in a rush to get to my office will all full breasted on the war and just because some person in front of the had the audacity to slow down the yellow light. so the pressures are real and we need to dig deep and as a community because we need community we need to convince ourselves and those around us that there's a better way yeah absolutely my one of my pet peeves somebody cuts in front of you and then almost stops I hate that yeah. the road called the Long Island expressway which I'm not too far from and if you just look at somebody the wrong way expect an obscene gesture yeah you got to be careful these days you do road rage is an absolute reality and look at the things that are happening especially you know these young guys who were involved in all these shootings you know it's it's tough but they were running on empty George I mean you look at their lives a lot of them don't have community connections they aren't parts of spiritual communities they're they're in this kind of negative vortex spinning down into nothingness and it's a it's a tragedy and so they do really happened bad things really because that's the only place they can find meaning that this tragedy but it's true they find meaning in these horrific acts here's my definition of road rage tell me what you think Stephen is that the driver was having a bad day for whatever reason gets cut off by a bad driver or inconsiderate driver and are you the first person just can't handle because of the day they're having what do you think of that well I think that's that's that's exactly right and you know to get a handle on our reactions to the world around us we should be responding to the world around us we should be responding with. find this and patience and forgiveness and wisdom but a lot of those virtues are not being taught we're not passing the torch so well from generation to generation and you know if you look at these big international happiness surveys the go on every year we're way down in the low thirties now but simpler places like Mozambique where you've got communities with roles everybody has a social role they're all involved in helping one another there's this kind of glue between people and they're aware of the interconnectedness the the one this of of of all these connections is really part of their culture in those kinds of settings you see that people are much happier she even wrote a book in two thousand eight called why good things happen to good people and his light latest book that just came out last month is called god in love on route eight eighty the hidden mystery of the human correct connected this now you have some strange experiences yourself like an angel a blue angel dream. well you know it's interesting what was that well so I when I was a kid I grew up in New York I went to a high school in Concord New Hampshire was a place called Saint Paul's and I had a dream when I was fifteen the record about six times over a year and a half and it was a very provocative it was one of those moments where I wasn't quite sure if I was awake or asleep so why was it the twist in between some people call it and I saw a misty silvery grey fog that was very sick and it was at the end of a road to the west I had no idea where in the west I looked through the fog and I saw a. a stringy haired blonde use leaning out on a ledge. then the mist disappeared and.
"john templeton" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett
"Enough for your deeply meaningful poem home and thank you to interfaith philadelphia for inviting on being to philadelphia. I am honored to be the one to introduce krista tippett. The host of on being her program is a great partner to my organization the john templeton foundation we fund academic research but we are also interested in encouraging bridging public awareness and discussion of that of the research that we fund the origins of the john templeton foundation lay and sir john templeton's vision and that religion and spirituality are an important and an exceedingly relevant aspect of human existence we fund scholars followers who are trying to make sense of that spiritual and religious impulse through psychology neuro science cosmology anthropology balaji philosophy theology and many other disciplines krista tippett brings ideas such as these to life through her radio show and podcast and she she has hosted the number of our grant teas including dr. Jonathan height is social psychologist at n._y._u. David steinberg on gratitude dr brian greene physicist at columbia university bri brother guy calls among o from vatican observatory dr michael mccullough's speaking at some of the research search we funded on forgiveness and she has also hosted the twenty one thousand nine hundred templeton prize laureate doctor marcello glazer who is an astronomer and physicist dartmouth college. She is a master at making cutting edge academic research compelling and understandable and she does so in a way that moves the spirit at inspires the soul to help us think and to live differently and that's why i'm thrilled to introduce the on being program tonight on being has been a nationally syndicated program of american public media since two thousand three krista tippett created the program and has served as its host since since its inception she has received many awards including the peabody award and the national humanities medal for her ability to engage in conversations about about what we at the john templeton foundation call the deepest and most perplexing questions facing humankind on being describes their mission in this way pursuing deep thinking and social court courage moral imaginations enjoy to renew inner life outer life and life together. I believe you will experience all of these in tonight's conversation and while i assume that most of you are faithful full participants in the on being project i encourage you to explore arm beings new website where you can find fifteen years of content that searchable trouble by topic.
"john templeton" Discussed on Value Investing Podcast
"That's what John Templeton said so when it comes to quality people basically know what <hes> what these companies are right. If you look around around there are a lot of good companies in the U._S.. Market and so on but as I mentioned it's not easy to find good quality companies that are selling it deep discount and that's just the current situation but what John Appleton is saying here is searched search for bargains among qualities us. Let's move onto the next one by value. Not Market Trends or economic outlook. He said a wise investor knows that the stock the market is really a market of stocks while individual stocks may be pulled a more momentarily by a strong bull market ultimately it is the individual stocks that determined the market not vice versa south all too many investors focus on the market trend economic outlook but individual stocks can rise in a bear market and full in a bull market so I think this is important point and I think this is also a little bit obvious because if you look at the bull market or bear market individual stocks tend to move together with the market to certain extent but not necessarily so in the same direction in some cases this interview if you pick the right winners than individuals stocks could actually rise during bear market and vice versa okay so I think that's enough aban rule number six. Let's move onto rule number burdened seven diversify in stocks and bonds as much else. There's safety in numbers so I think this is where John Templeton Is Different from Warren Buffet and Charlie Munger because Warren Buffet then Charlie Munger Day think that diversification may not be necessary if you know a lot about the company and if your stay within your circle of confidence if the odds are stacked in favor of you then you definitely need me to concentrate your portfolio I think that's the investment strategies that at least Charlie Munger and Warren Buffett are implementing but here John Templeton said diversify he said no matter how careful you are you can neither your predate nor control future a hurricane earthquake a strike at a supplier and unexpected technology advanced by a competitor government order product recall any one of these can cost a company many millions of dollars then to why Luke like such a well managed company may turn out to have a serious internal problems. That weren't apparent when you bought the stock so you diversify. It by industry by risk and by country for example if you search wordwide you'll find more bargains and possibly better bargains than in any single nation. I just read what Gionta Coulton said. I think that this is good advice and there's always like find balance. Between how much of vacation you need versus concentration you need because if you diversify too much then you basically become the market and if you you concentrate too much then you're idiosyncratic risk is going to go up within your portfolio so there's always find balance between diversification and concentration and there's a lot of discussions on this point. I personally think that <hes> if I have more than seven individual stocks across different industries and across different countries then I think debt probably good enough for diversification and if it's more than fifteen stocks than you cannot really understand all the things with respect to those fifteen companies so I would say that from seven stocks to fifteen stocks. That's about the range that I would recommend recommend <hes> at least that's what I do for my own portfolio okay so we talked about seven rules today by John Templeton so let.
"john templeton" Discussed on KTRH
"And welcome back to our final segment with Dr James heart has we talk about emotional intelligence and the power of the mind, tell us a little bit about the forgiveness James and how that works. Well, it turns out we can go to. George gallup. Pollster was very good friends with John Templeton during John Templeton life and every so often, sir. John would say, hey, George, why don't you do another poll on forgiveness, and he what survey Americans on forgiveness? I had the privilege of reading the details of one of those surveys. And what they found was that eighty percent of Americans when they asked how important forgiveness was said it was extremely important. Not a little moderately not quite a bit. They said extremely important eighty five percent. Then of the ones who rated extremely important, he asked well, can you do it and eighty percents, and no they couldn't they could not do they could not do it and even things like prayer, and you know, God's help didn't help them do effective forgiveness. No, George Gallup didn't ask about the bio cyber non alpha one. Forgiveness training. But other things that he did ask about the only found one thing that was related to affect the forgiveness wasn't prayer. It was meditative prayer. Well, when you put the adver meditative in front of any verbally meditative gardening meditative fishing meditative walking when I see our morale the waves. So in a sense, George Gallup is telling us that to do infective forgiveness. You have to have increased alpha waves, and so I've created based on reports from tens of thousands of interviews. I still down the best methods of forgiveness and advice. Are we have a fourteen step forgiveness about it? And the thing is you have to bring the person in. It could be a copy of yourself you've Ewing sell forgiven. Your charge them you go into the pain. If you can connect with the pain, you're gonna drop. So the scores will turn white that means you can start. What you need a majority of white scores. If you can't connect with the pain will try again. But if it's not working going to something else because you're wasting your time. If you can't connect the pain in the scores tell you by turning white that you've connected with the pain your office dropped then it's time to start forgiving us. And there's many things you can try like walking in the person who's or their moccasins or cutting some flack or they were young and stupid or they were impaired. And you can also say and feel I love your I forgive you. And if you are doing what is affected forgiveness outfit's going to go up, and as long as forgiveness is working your health is going up, and so the colors of the scores are going to be blue and green means the office rising if the alpha scores turn white again, then you go ask your imaginary. Judges have I done all the forgiveness. I can do for now. And it's the judges say, yes. And you celebrate basket little integrate what you did. If anyone of the judges says, no you go back feel the pain again and start over is there a level of forgiveness because I mean, I couldn't forgive somebody who killed family member. For example. I mean, I I'm not talking about an auto accident where it was an accident other. He was drunk or not I could probably forgive that. I could not forget if a forgive a murderer if you were in the bio sovereign alpha training, you would be able to what do I want to? Oh, well, you see forgiveness. Doesn't mean you make it right? What it means is that you're no longer obsessed by the pain of it. I see that's in a course in miracles. I would refer people to lessen one thirty four which is let me understand forgiveness as it is. It's a very advanced view of forgiveness. When that most people would not be ready to embrace. But at the end of their seven day alpha training on people can read that lesson. One thirty four. And of course in miracles and begin to understand it. All right. Let's go take final calls here. Let's go to my at in New York. Welcome to the show. Hi, my at. Fascinating program. And I'm gonna ask two points traffic as you can. 'cause it goes very fast and to the points. I want him to respond to and listen over the first of all I'd like to know who you were meeting on that motiva- two pit some Pittsburgh to San Fran second. I like to know 'cause I was coming into the room how virtual reality relates to all of this. And my last two points is I'd like to hear some pits meditation at home. And lastly, a lot of the coast people are way of the late Robert Munro's by a role beats I think is cold where you can do this sound technology you can travel out of your body. If you have my questions James out. I'll listen over the at my you've asked some wonderful questions. George can I go through all of them throw. Sure. Okay. So my trip to San Francisco, which was on a triumph Bonneville motorcycle began after I graduated from college with a degree in physics, and I went up into Canada took the trans Canadian highway. And then I went, and I visited a friend with whom I stayed over the summer who had been a grad student at Duquesne, and it actually introduced me to phenomena logical psychology and two other peer Tare Daesh are, Dan, and sort of began, my spiritual life, and so, you know, thank you for asking that a very personal question. I I was intrigued with all the spiritual stuff. But I the scientists are going how do you measure it? And so when I. I met Dr Joe, and I realized that there were brainwaves that were associated with spiritual states. I mean, I know the brainwave patterns you have to -veloping if you wanna see angels. So also able to make a science of spirituality at bows, we do spiritual science now your next question was about virtual reality. There presently is an opportunity for you to control virtual reality with your brainwave. Now Braun the mystical Lebanon's poet wrote one of his he said what man would not burn his heart as incense before..
Marcelo Gleiser Wins Templeton Prize
"A professor in New Hampshire wins one of the world's leading religion prizes. Two thousand nineteen John Templeton foundation prize worth one point four million dollars awarded to Dartmouth physics and astronomy professor and author. Marcelo Glazer for blending hard science and deep spirituality in his work mother. Teresa, and the Dalai Lama are among those who won the prize awarded to a living person who's made an exceptional contribution to affirming. Life's spiritual dimension. The sixty year old Brazilian born professor who joined the New Hampshire school in the nineties is a first person from Latin America to win
"john templeton" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Happy birthday to what has to be the most unloved bull market in history. A bull market that has been doubted questioned and taken for granted at almost every turn sentiment readings mutual fund flows. And really just anecdotal experience. Back what I'm saying? So I have a lot to get to this morning, but I do want to squeeze in a quick look back at the past decade. Good morning. Welcome on board another edition of the wise investor show. Yeah. Believe it or not it was ten years ago this week that the S and P five hundred bottomed out at the absurdly appropriate level of six six six for reference. It's over twenty seven hundred today, of course, as I've said many times every past selloff looks like an opportunity. It's future selloffs that looked like risks. You're always going to run into those annoying people telling you how obvious it was that there was a terrific buying opportunity. But the facts show that very few people actually thought there was a buying opportunity in early two thousand nine and even fewer who did and actually acted on it. It's easy to forget just help leak. It was as a famed investor, sir. John Templeton once said when it's really time to buy stocks. You will want to in about five minutes. I have a few observations on investor sentiment coming out of that financial crisis and the consistently distrusted recovery. I mean, I even read something this week from the contrarian investor. Steven Kaplan saying that even the ten year anniversary is phony the market peaked in September. Man. This bull market can't even get a birthday. Plenty to get to on the individual stock front. A few comments about the always eagerly anticipated. Berkshire Hathaway annual letter baby. An update from apple Iran's the old France Telecom telecom and a few others, but up next I do have a few thoughts on the current environment seems like we've entered into a slow motion consolidation phase which should surprise. Absolutely, no one. I don't think we're turning to the all-time highs as of nothing ever happened should have been anyone's base case. But like I said lots to cover you won't want to miss if you do have to step away. Remember, you can go to the website tomorrow. That's wise,.
"john templeton" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"I came to the us because other and five and i started reading books about investing and they came across warren buffett peter lynch philip fisher and john templeton and in the process i learned what works and what doesn't and investing so i decided to to start investing for myself and i said if i'm going to be successful and i know the investments inside out then why not make this has a business and help other people at the same time do the same thing be successful and financially secure interesting alexander is that is that there's like there's like how i say this docs or sound ways of doing almost everything but man when people look at it investments the ways of approaching it are so eclectic i mean i know there's a conventional way which is you put it out very eloquently under show produces very little it's almost like sticking money in the mattress and it really benefits wall street but not not the actual investor unfortunately most are doing it but beyond that conventional wisdom that is really retail and his approach the best practices haven't risen to the top in my opinion i mean that's the way i look at it you much to work with what are your thoughts oh exactly two ways to do things it in anything that you do in life you know it's the right way in the wrong so what what knows people in this country are doing they're doing it the right of the runway because they're taught by wall street to do it that way because it benefits wall street when when you trade it another stocks they generate commissions and it works slim but worth for the average investor so in order to be successful and keep what they have the only thing that the average investor can do is learn more about investing know what they're doing and take a longterm approach so one day they'll they'll reasonable goals that they have yeah yeah absolutely it to me and this is what you said also something i think is often missed because people get a you know under sitting there and and wanted to see their money work it hasn't performed at greatly anyway and so they just go ahead and move it into something else with built on hope which means that they're taking whatever paul frey amount they made from their lesson desmond bending war move it to another investment that they're not even anymore sure about and and really almost like a hamster wheel it is according to to the stats investors investing in mutual funds they even underperforming mutual fund self that they're invested in because they get in and and all the wrong times so it's called momentum investing the hair this this other funders doing well has been doing well for safe last three four years then they sell out fun the they incurred costs and then they jumped into this fun so when this fun the performs and it goes in cycles and everything goes in cycles they have their good days in their bed days so then could those costs so they keep chasing the the trends sticky pacing the the ones that have performed kind of well in that's when the incur those costs and taxes and that's a big nono in investing so alexander real quickly what your website i wanna make sure we get that in in the segment my website is investing dash made simple dot com investing that's made civil dot com you're talking about just making twins.
"john templeton" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Ari coach you have got me really interested this twenty six f email you're talking about here i d i don't know if we're talking about the alphabet if we're talking about a terminal number what are we talking of and against the number twenty six and in parentheses the letter f okay and you know it's close sprints these there and we've had multiple questions recently about the twenty six f program and it's we've never heard of it here we thought to be a good time to look into him sure and here's what we found he ready here we've got a lot of research on this we've talked a lot of like a big time financial folks and all across the united states to find out what the heck this was killer if there's something out there to make sense i want my clients and i want my radio listeners to know about an owed out and you know the problem with the internet though is someone can just invent something senate out there no one knows what's going on because it is there is no such thing yeah and here the claims that one particular 26 f program email that the client sent me here some of the claims they made okay all right enrolling in one of these programs as simple as clicking on a mouse and filling out a simple application number two these aren't retirement plans run by the government in fact anyone over the age of eighteen could take advantage of a twenty six f program a k b people probably say i got this email to number three eight 26 f program allows investors to own shares in some of the biggest in safest stocks on the market and investors also have the opportunity to own a stake in some of the most talked about private companies before they go public who i'm getting greedy now for four 26 f programs have been used by the wealthy to build huge fortunes sounds like a multilevel marketing that that i really like a scam yep insider trading mixed in yep number five and legendary investors like warren buffett and sir john templeton you put serbrun anything circle beat with sample against uh both took advantage that he's programs for years in fact one point one billion of.
"john templeton" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"And and to bat data about the optimism on the us equity market reasons to be because you're right there there's a great famous quote from sir john templeton bull markets are born on pessimism they grow on scepticism mature on optimism and then going back to the word you said a few minutes ago that i emphasize they die on euphoria who and you can think back to the tech bubble when everybody guy euphoric that that's when it and and i would say she's not euphoric i don't think we're you ford because they're still lot of spent a doubters and and so there is a lot of people on the fence and they're not sure if the market really is gonna remain good or not and they don't lot of uncertainty so i would say when we go back to that global markets born on pessimism grow on scatter metron optimism i would probably lean talk ford's optimism right mmhmm um but it's not euphoric of natura i'll go were probably gonna be there soon where we may be therefore long and when you when the is plenty of good indicators for instance excuse me uh you got to pay attention to a oh absolutely but one that we use our business and you've heard it uh folks out there you've heard the sultan's call a p e ratio price to earnings ratio right in that should be the value of your stock exact another words shoot you take your earnings in divided by the member shares outstanding in you get a price per share it's and completely unemotional lead asthmatic my formula and the norm for that surround fourteen fifteen sixteen in their own trading just over twenty one when trading no littering i yeah but i go back to the world come example it never had any earnings should divide into that form in two zero zero zero it was in infinity yeah an and and we sit there and said oh amid they turned it up a you can look at that simple number entail if a price a stock price is overpriced historically or underpriced historic value investors always look at something around eight or ten in the priceearnings ratio a thing that that that means it's a value 15 20 50 60 seventeen that's normal we're a little high right now twenty something.
"john templeton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Do believe we buy the story that both a very tight labour market is going to push up wages continue to push up wages and eventually make its way into prices and that the downturn in inflation this year was more one off in transitory and we will see inflation start to head back are we going to see it get out of control in 2018 probably not but we do think that if we are right the fed will again come through with the three tightenings and maybe even more party responsibilities goldman sachs is liquidity solutions i know why what that means but it sounds impressive to me what it may mean for two thousand eighteen is the intense demand for paper sir john templeton talked about this at the decades ago bring up the charter fueled rage shown this a million times are called to lollipop chart its effect meetings of two thousand seventeen there's a first meeting were chairman paul may wander in and maybe there's a dispersion of where the 2year yield will be across two thousand eighteen will there be an insatiable demand within the credit markets that elevates price and keeps yields lower than we're howard ward thought the possible but i i guess our view would be we've had the insatiable demand that's how how we got us continue we think it it could wane in in 2018 particularly in the second half a 2018 as you have a confluence of a number of this you have the fed continuing to increased rates you have as i just said we think inflation will start to read assert itself and then you have a tremendous amount of supply of government bonds not just because the deficit is growing up but also because the fed is winding down there up their portfolio at a faster pace of somebody has the by those we think the clearing yield is going to be at higher levels interesting howard the heritage if you could belly mario gabeli howard word is finding veal you and then watching management how will seek lewis officers a damped next year tool higheryield environment to fed inching up is it everybody for the theater door to get deals stone because rates are moving up and i got to act fast tom we do expect the eminent environment is going to continue to be healthy especially the confidence in.
"john templeton" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett
"Sometimes it seems we are more divided than ever before unable to speak across the differences we must engage to create the world we want for ourselves and our children on beings better conversations guide is a free 'resource and reflection for beginning this adventure creating new spaces for listening conversation and relationship because the point of speaking together differently is to learn to live together differently go to civil conversations project dot org and find the better conversations guide in the resources tab again that's civil conversations project dot org on being is brought to you by the john templeton foundation the templeton foundation supports academic research and civil dialogue on the deepest most perplexing questions facing humankind who are we why are we here and where are we going to learn more please visit templeton dot org the templeton foundation stay curious oh we're just starting to understand that just because you're born with a certain set of genes in not in a violent prison as a result of those genes that changes can be made to how those genes function that can help the idea is a very simple idea and you hear it from people all the time people say when something cataclysmic happens to them i'm not the same person i've been changed i am not the same person that i was and epigenetics gives us the language in the science to be able to start unpacking map genetics describes dna sequencing but the new field of epigenetics cease that genes can be turned on and off and expressed different differently do changes in environment and behavior and rachel you huda is a pioneer in understanding how the effects of stress and trauma can transmit biologically beyond cataclysmic events to the next generation.
"john templeton" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Process and i don't blame of for being scared that was a scary time but it was temporary just like every other correction in history and it's not being determined on what policies are out there right now all these things that you think are going to have a huge impact on your portfolio the smart a strategy is the one that doesn't care in we might be saying what do you mean by that and what i mean by that is the one that is completely sold list to what's going to happen next because you know it's the old joke bob that you like to make a wider unexpected moves in the market i always wondered about that right why are these moves i expect his bother unexpected of course and that's the point is you don't know there's no way to anticipate the things we don't know so if you have a portfolio that says i'm really ready for anything that can happen you're you're always going to be in the right position because unbearably you're always going to have money in the right place and in perfect example of that is nobody wanted to own international stocks in their portfolio to years ago noone could have told you that there's going to be the huge turnaround internationally in international growth is going to pick up really of calica turned on a dime if we went from thinking international markets can be dead for years of a sudden to great place to have your money by not anticipating that that's the real secret now that so true and you know if you just go back and look at the history of the financial markets with people ten never to do because it's always those four boast dangerous words from john templeton it's different this time now you've been in this business closer twenty years right what does have been different unfortunately bob as much as we like.