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Fresh update on "jordan" discussed on Donna and Steve
"You're so funny Prayers for biggie. I guess prayers for making a I've got this for you right here. But then, yeah. Piggy bank. You get your life together. Biggie. Think that vet appointment cause that something ain't right there. I'll tell you that right now. Ron Howard wrote a memoir with his brother Clint. Hmm. I don't know that I could write a memoir with my brother. I don't because I think we have different experiences and different writing styles. Also, I love my brother. I love my brother. But never. I would never even do a project with I'd punch him right in his face. And guess what, my brother. I have to admit there's a lot of people that can relate to this. My brother. Is attractive, like I'm not saying I find him hot, but I've dealt with that my whole life, right? So is that your brother? Yeah. Until I've grown up with him in a bubble, and he treats uh, hey, gets treated by women in a way that he expects of me like he flew in, and he was like, Oh, you're gonna pick me up. I was like I'm watching your dog for you. I'm not picking you up from and those things happen all the time. But no, I would never. Oh, my God. So sorry to go on a tangent, But, yeah, that is My brother in a nutjob never worked with him. Where does he live? Oh, Oh, Interesting. Back off, Cougar. You know what? I am dealt with this my whole life. Yeah, I'm just curious. If you're really here, he lives in Saint Paul. Okay, so he lives in town. You were picking him up from the airport? Because, yes, I got it. I got family in town. He goes. Are you gonna pick me up from the airport? What? No, Jordan. One word for you, Jordan Uber Jordan grow up. You see younger? Get out. You know you don't think that Julia has done the same thing to me. Oh, you are mistaken, my dear. I have it. I have lived with this my whole life. I was in high fun to get to know you years old on me, and I live in high school where? I don't know if my friends wanted to be my friends are just wanted to sleep over like I'll be honest with you My best friend back home in New Jersey. We only became friends because I was interested in her brother. I could see that this has been the Lakhan. My father was on General Hospital for a couple episodes. Oh, all right, you know, and I'm now looking him up. He's now ugly. He's officially ugly gag I now he's hideous. He's not hideous. No. Yes, He's he's an actor, too. He tried And failed. Yeah. You got I'm General Hospital for a couple episodes. I don't think this first one admit he's like he came back, and he's like I don't wanna do this anymore. He because he didn't succeed, and that's fine..
Canadas housing bubble is hitting smaller and smaller communities
"Jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story. Mike moffitt is an economist and he is the senior director at these smart prosperity institute in ottawa. Hey mike hello. Maybe you could start with the basics for us. How do housing prices in canada right now. Compare with similar countries in the world or compare with even our recent past what we're seeing a house. Price boom across Developed countries so in canada depending on the market prices are up anywhere from five to forty percents We're seeing similar gains in the united states in western europe and is caused by a couple of things I we have a group of individuals calls her white collar professionals who are staying at home They haven't been taking vacations commuting and they are saving a lot of money and they're taking that money and using it to buy all sorts of things so we're seeing huge price increases in the stock market in bitcoin. Things like vintage guitars and hockey cards. So they're putting their money into that and many of them are buying houses. They're buying second homes as investment properties. Which is a boosting the price of those and then we couple that with globally low interest rates which allow people to to finance. The purchase of homes You than they. They would have been able to a year ago. It's just fueling this. Massive boom where again in markets all across canada and in particularly smaller markets like ingersoll and tilson burger markets. Like that. you know. We're we're seeing price increases of of forty percent or more.
Changing Work Environments and Availability Bias
"Into start things off today. I wanna play a little game. I want you to mentally or even allowed as long as other people are not looking at you. Strangely to answer the following questions as quickly and as intuitively as possible first question is name a brand of computer the second question name a make or model of a car and the third question name the color of a piece of clothing. If you're like most people those three things that you named you have come into contact with very recently. Maybe you're looking at somebody with that piece of clothing on that's blue or maybe you own like i do an apple computer or maybe you just saw a commercial about one. Maybe it's possible that The car make and model that you listed was something that you own yourself or maybe you just read an article about tesla today for whatever reason. It's likely that you came into contact with those three things. Of course that doesn't mean that it's impossible for you to have recalled something that you haven't come into contact with but when your brain is given this task it fills in blanks with things that it believes. A relevant and relevance is a very topic when it comes to our brains and that's what we're talking about in stays episode. My name's jonathan cottrell. You're listening to developer. T my goal on this show is to help. Jordan developers like you find clarity perspective and purpose in their careers. This is the second part of a discussion. We started last week about this big transition as you transition. We're all making at the end of a global pandemic things are changing in the workplace for virtually everyone
Pressure Builds Over Restrictive Voting Bills in Texas
"Prominent Texas corporations this week joined the call to protect voting rights, and that drew a verbal tirade from Governor Greg Abbott. We have American airlines, we have a TNT. We have a Dell computers away and others who have taken a position against the election law reforms we met in the state of Texas work, the C E O tzar of these companies and the leaders of these companies admitted. I had no idea what the Texas lost said, or whether Texas proposed law say before taking a position against it. They need to stay out of politics, especially when they have no clue what they're talking about. Grassroots opposition to these bills continues to grow on Thursday about 100 voting rights activists gathered outside the 18 T corporate headquarters in downtown Dallas. As Kate, You're raised. Christopher Connelly reports. It's part of a statewide campaign to pressure corporations to oppose Republican bills that would make it harder to vote. The activists want to send a message stand on the side of voting rights or be party to an ugly new chapter in Texas history. So why? No Pastor Freddie Haynes of French of West Baptist Church says Over the summer a TNT declared that black lives matter. But now the company's failing to support black people's right to vote right now. In Texas voter suppression is going on in the name of voter integrity, but all of us ain't fallen for the okey doke because we recognize It has ugly Route A TNT released a statement saying the right to vote is sacred and calling it the single best way to ensure everyone's voice is heard. It didn't mention the sweeping GOP bills, which would limit early voting band drive through voting and make it a crime to proactively send out vote by mail applications. Jane Hamilton is from the Barbara Jordan Leadership Institute. This is not a time for any corporation to sit on the sideline for Worth based American Airlines and round Rock based Dell Technologies have opposed the legislation. If the activists have their way. Morte, CSIS companies will follow suit. I'm
Truex outlasts teammate Hamlin to win again at Martinsville
"After getting out on the track ahead of Denny Hamlin on the final pit stop mark tricks junior battle this teammate for about twenty laps before diving alone going on to drive away with the win at Martinsville speedway interesting how it all played out there you know I thought throughout the day we were you know turned a fifth place car in there and then one point we you know middle race got off a little bit and list price six or seven planes car so it's kind of a weird day chase Elliott we get around him to go on to finish second he said it was a hard fought battle to end the day on a solid run they were not great but I had some I guess are are strong students kind of early on in the run and then really stated hard too hard there latter part of the around him was relegated to third and William Byron and colors and rounded out the top five respectively I'm Jerry Jordan
Is a Two State Solution Possible in Israel/Palestine?
"The idea that a two state resolution to the israel palestine conflict is no longer possible is not really a new one. It has been after all a quarter century. Since the oslo agreements and pessimism seems to rain but lustick offers too powerful but potentially controversial ideas about the failure of the two state solution. I he places the blame directly on israel's settlement project and its territorial maximalism which has its roots in the history of the entire twentieth century conflict. For instance he points to zev. Jabotinsky is notion of the iron wall. The idea that would only negotiate with jews after they had been defeated which has had the paradoxical outcome that the repeated israeli victories over the decades have emboldened the israeli leadership so they have been less likely to come to the negotiating table. He also emphasizes the collective memory of the holocaust as a profound factor in israeli society. And the pro israel lobby in the us both of which emboldened israel's hawkish parties and make the israelis less likely to negotiate a two state solution. And secondly lustick who once was a proponent of the two state solution now says that it's a distraction from reality. He argues that there is and has long been just one st between the jordan river and the mediterranean sea the pursuit of a two state solution. He posits is an unrealizable dream when the real need is to push for rights and citizenship for all people living in this territory which is effectively one. St
Who is Timmy Hill?
"Timmy hill. Made a name for himself during the nascar kovic shutdown last year racing in the nascar pro invitational online. I racing event. He drives the number sixty six and the nascar xfinity series and he talks about. You know people knowing who he is now. Here's the really people who i am. And i enjoy kind of share my story and kind of introduced myself police astro fan base to kind of you know. Find out who i am. I wish she could've found out. Center is obviously every time for the smaller teams in the garage Most of the time you gotta do we we get the same interviews and every every single weekend and We over here. You know jordan the garage and it's unfortunate because we we. We need these stories and gave us that. Help us keep sponsors and get your sponsors because in her for grilling so. We don't get to time and attention to five so to kind of get the spotlight and company jewish myself to so much more last year. And how much more success than Knowing that the permutations coming back this year we will extremely excited possibility of much more expensive.
The Masters: Justin Rose digs deep to regain lead
"Justin rose shoots an even par seventy two to maintain the lead here at augusta national. He's followed on the leaderboard by will Taurus and brian harman one shot back of the leader at six under par other. Notables on the leaderboard include jordan. Spieth at five under tony fee now in justin thomas are both at four under some superstars. Missed the cut friday including westwood rory mcilroy and defending masters champion dustin johnson. We'll discuss each of those players day coming up here on the podcast with. Nbc's jimmy roberts. The voice of masters digital justin rose was the thirty six hole leader once before here at the masters in two thousand four. The seventeen year gap of thirty six hole leads for him is the longest gap in masters history. But certainly rose hopes to finish a bit differently. This time around in two thousand four. He finished the master's tournament tied for twenty second and one other interesting nugget of information. There have only been five wire to wire masters champions ever jordan. Speak in two thousand fifteen. Raymond floyd in nineteen seventy six. Jack nicklaus in nineteen seventy-two arnold palmer in nineteen sixty and craig wood in nineteen forty one following his second round. Seventy two justin rose spoke with the media. Here's what he had to say thing. The thing is i was just joking. The fingers kind of heading towards the panic buying a little bit But did i talk myself on on eight. And said you know you still leading the masters and i just change my mindset a little bit and started to play matchplay against the golf course scratcher line on my scorecard and told myself as three down and could i go ahead and beat the golf course from that point on so i had a part in eighteen to win my match. One up unfortunately slip.
The Latest: Rose still in front, but lead trimmed to 1 shot
"Justin rose has maintained his position on top of the leaderboard after two rounds of the masters but he's Thursday later for has been cut to just one sleeping on the late last night makes it much easier tonight and much easier again tomorrow and then hopefully by Sunday you know he's dying to get into the week you sounded comfortable with it and you know I think that that that what that's what thing to fail to me was that you know if any could result in the end Reuters posted a second round seventy two to stay at seven under but it's just the one player Brian Harman and will sell a Taurus Jordan space after a sixty eight joins mark Leachman next at five under some big names Mister to die cut though and I included defending champion Dustin Johnson Rory McElroy and Brooks KEPCO I'm Graham like us
Nelson leads Islanders to 3-2 shootout win over Flyers
"The islanders blew an early two nothing lead before Ilya Sorokin stopped all five flyers shootout attempts to help New York Post a three two victory Brock Nelson provided the game winner is the aisles approved a foreign on their six game homestand we took our foot off a bit and they had some some chances the five minute power play we don't really get much you much on it for for momentum he'd like to get something out of that and they're able to kind of find one get to get a weird on it and get back into it and then second grade probably a class Nelson Jordan Everly netted first period goal sixty three seconds apart for the islanders who are now seventeen wanted to at Nassau Coliseum this season the outcome puts the house atop the east division by two points over the capitals I'm Dave very
Philadelphia Eagles agree to terms with RB Jordan Howard
"Philadelphia signed jordan howard and they resigned boston scott last week and the bengals awesome good. That's just that's okay. If i will stay with the bengals released giovanni bravo. Go to the eagles this matter. We're just glossing way where we're just going to gloss over geelong we'll come back to that start with the eagles does. Does this matter. Jordan howard and boston scott back and again. The boss scott was not a surprise. They tendered leave so they did. We knew he was coming back. But now jordan howard joining the fold does this matter for miles sanders. Obviously scott matters more. I wonder if he'll become their version. Of nahim hines. And kinda sorta was already and jordan. Our coming back i. I'm not sure why. I don't know what they saw. In jordan howard. When he was in miami that makes them want to put him on the roster that maybe the roster spot is in guaranteed that would probably be the case We'll see it's not gonna make me any more nervous to draft miles sanders still think sanders worth a top thirty pack
Jordan’s King Abdullah describes ‘shock and pain’ over alleged coup plot
"Public feud with his half brother has shocked him made him mad and caused him pain. Prince Hamzah has been confined to his home with allegations he was part of a plot to destabilize the kingdom. King Abdullah the second cause it on attempted sedition.
Staal scores twice, Hurricanes rally past Panthers 5-2
"This is a tragic scored a power play goal against his former team and also had an assist as the hurricanes down the Panthers five to Jordan Staal scored twice including the tiebreaking tally with eleven await remaining after the canes carried it to one deficit into the third period our line wasn't great in the first two so we're getting out played in now just calm man to try to push it away and and come out with a strong third period and see what happens just for fast had a late goal and Sebastian are who had three assists to help Carolina pull within one point of the cats for first place in the central division Alexander Barkov scored both goals for the Panthers who ended a six game winning streak and fell to eighteen one in one when leading after two periods I'm the ferry
The original Space Jam website lives on, even with a sequel
"I don't know the last time y'all went to space jam dot com but it's been around since nineteen ninety-six. Yes it is. It is an old school. Url twenty-five years later the sequel film called space jam. A new legacy and starring. Lebron james has replaced the url space jam dot com to showcase. The new movie's first trailer. But if you say wall hawes really liked that old website. It's been around since nineteen ninety-six. The original website has a new year l. at space jam dot com slash. One thousand nine hundred ninety six. Yeah several years ago lou. Act that space. Jam had not been updated since nineteen ninety-six Became an internet meme and it kind of percolates backup every so often with people talking about how amazing it is that that's still there. It's still online. The service is still there. It's up there with a few other long-lasting websites and so. Yeah the idea that. There's now a new space jam movie. And they they need space. Jam dot com to make way for lebron and the modern space jam almost lost us a piece of internet history right there with l g phones and yahoo has thing space jam in nineteen ninety-six six people. It does warm my heart that i can still go online and get an extremely low resolution. F f audio file of michael jordan. Sang a line from that movie like it. Just as someone who customized all of the notification sounds on my windows ninety five machines with clips that i would pull from stuff like that like it. It just it weren't it warms my heart it's pure nostalgia just like much like people still being interested in the original space jam is probably most accurate nostalgia
Jordan's Former Prince Says He Will Not Obey House Arrest Restrictions
"Says he will not obey conditions of his house arrest. It's linked to allegations of conspiracy. The Jordanian government says it is detained up to 16 people in an alleged plot threatening the country's security. Outta Holmes. Reports Prince Honda denies being part of a foreign backed conspiracy but says that he has been targeted for criticizing the Jordanian government. Prince Hamzah, former heir to the throne and half brother to the King has released another communication in defiance of his house arrest. Reuters reports. It comes in the form of a voice recording disseminated by the country's opposition. In the note, he says he will not obey orders by the army to refrain from communicating with the outside world. He also said he would escalate his moves despite being barred from any actions that could be used to target Jordan's security. The government has accused Hamza of involvement in a quote, malicious plot to destabilize the kingdom's security for NPR news. I'm not a home see
Jordan accuses Prince Hamzah of plot to destabilise kingdom
"Jordan's former Crown prince says he's under house arrest. Yet Prince homes have been Hussein and 20. Other people are accused of a plot to threaten the country's quote, security and stability. The half brother of King Abdullah, the second said he isn't allowed to communicate with anyone and that his Internet has been shut down through his lawyer. He released this statement to the BBC. It's reached the point where no one is able to Speak or express opinion on anything without being bullied, Arrested, harassed and threaten. Jared Nelson of the Wall Street Journal is covering this story, and he's on the line from Istanbul. Welcome to the program. Morning, So I recognize this is all about intrigue and things happening behind the scenes. But have you been able to figure out what prompted the arrests? Well, what the government is saying is they're describing what they say is a foreign backed plot to destabilize Jordan involving Prince Hamzah and two other men should it hasn't been saying who's a member of the royal family? And best of all, we don't know who's a four former Chief of the Royal Court and Finance minister on their accusing all
How capitalism profits from an epidemic of loneliness
"This is the big story ryan. Bethune is a freelance journalist. Who dug into the loneliness epidemic for mclean. Hey brian was jordan. Why don't we start. Because i know we're going to probably talk about the pandemic In a few minutes. But why don't we start before the pandemic ever happened. Loneliness has been on the rise for quite some time. Yes right you can start at about eighteen hundred if he wanted. According some cultural historians it's connected to increasing individualism. Both sides of this is We live alone a lot because the world forces us to but also because We want out of our families away from since arias neighbors. We try to walk down the middle. Can we quantify In any way over the past few decades may be just recently. how it's been rising. Yes you can because people have been trying to track it since Since the eighties. And you'll find Answers to Social sciences surveys where people keep giving a fewer number a smaller number of people they can rely on and trust It's down to pretty much wide now as a lot of it is marriage. I my spouse. That's it and when that breaks up or if there is a doesn't exist at all there's more loneliness There's an anka's read survey and canada. V perhaps two years ago can't quite remember now in which you get large number of people who would be say there were lonely and isolated it and substantial numbers would say they're isolated but not lonely lonely but not isolate it. Those are the ones that really stick in your mind who are surrounded by people but yet feel apart. Those numbers have been increasing too. I was
The Mindful Hairdresser With Jordanna Cobella
"Want to do really with this today. Jordan is our listeners. Anna view is to really understand the mindful hairdresser. One understand about the book. Where did it come from this idea. The whole creation and why people should read this and understand the mindful hairdresser. We really going to head into that and for our patients at the and we're gonna just give them some real techniques maybe you list in the book Along the way so come on. come on. let's get to it said. Why is this so originally. This was an idea. I had blown from a cold. I wanted to hold at wella and hostess code the mantra hairdresser and the idea behind it was trying to explore. The other side of hairdressing that doesn't necessarily on isn't made let's say section passes or formulas or physical affinities or technical scale I wanted to explore the realm of harassing. But we really speak about which is the emotional side of things. The emotional intimates a hairdresser has and of course the emotional authority we have and that the unofficial therapists if the nation and i truly found that it wasn't much written about this topic there wasn't really much said about it yet. Hedges is a doing it on a daily basis. And i would say it constitutes at least fifty percent the service united site. I really found a found fascinating that we were obsessing over the had to get the perfect formula had to get the perfect straight nine and and sign highlights but what we weren't obsessing that is the fifty percent of the services emotion intelligence and connecting and an reading clients and know the role that we play an pandemics. We told us. I think it's given the opportunity for the entire nation to realize and recognize the vital role. The hairstylist play eighteen public
Jordan's Government Foils Plot To Destabilize The Country
"Half brother and former hair of jordan's king abdullah prince hamzah collaborated with foreign parties over a plot to destabilize the country and has been under investigation for some time. The deputy prime minister said on sunday on saturday the military had issued a warning to the prince over actions targeting security and stability in the key. Us ally prince hamza later said he was under house arrest. Several high profile figures were also detained.
"jordan" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast
"The team i wanted to things is going to happen. Your salaries gonna get drug along as a result. Or if it's not your more viable and shop yourself to the highest bidder. How you become more viable. Here's a phrase for every job negotiation for every annual review. How can i be guaranteed to be involved in the strategic projects that are critical to the company's future instantaneous. Change in a way your employer fusion because when you go in and ask for raise empathy is about. How does your the side so you give said see you as selfish and most employers most bosses whenever the employee comes walking in the door after something for themselves. You condition your boss. You're selfish. you may not like that reality. it's unfortunately the reality when you change the conversation to. How can i help us all prosper. Now suddenly your boss. Your employer goes like whole now. Here's somebody wanna have around. Here's somebody's gonna to make my life. Better compensation is instantly transformed now. Either you'll get more money. You'll have greater experiences because also you don't want to be involved in a mundane at work. You want to see if your courageous you want the big ticket item. You wanna have an impact and then even if they don't give you a raise. The experience of being involved makes you five times more marketable than you were before the year started. So you you're vice. Basically is much broader mindset. Yet is something. Like how can i be often successors and why most as going from require is being a key player. In the most important things that the company does that's also been he allied with the willingness to take on additional responsibilities not to see that as navy lost avoid responsibility. But his if you've been taken on voluntarily his there's no difference between responsibility opportunity if the company is offering. Yeah what is that responsibility to you now. The highest levels of your company now have investment in making sure you succeed so you just gone from being. Maybe somebody struggling by themselves. Your responsibilities a critical to the everybody's future and everybody has a stake in you doing well. Because that's what you've taken on. I mean it's it's a virtuous cycle if you yes nelson makes you difficult to replace therefore much more effectively who salary sheesh a man absolutely. You had some really nice very practical tips for people. Negotiating initial salary. I thought you really smart One was if if if you're being interviewed for a new position and you're asked to find your starting salary to offer a range to say something like well. People in this position are often offered a hundred and twenty five to one hundred seventy five thousand dollars year as a starting salaries and to strategically do that. Something your desired salaries in the bottom end of that rage about well the that. Yes well. it's good question. Yes is the short answer. According to the. But i it's interesting that you would brazen s all for that has that is the danger of techniques that they can become manipulative. So that's why i wanted to talk about. The broader ethic can win and you also mentioned that it smart or someone who's negotiating or the first edition to also negotiate. Metrics spend their first grades which is even more for rights like you negotiate for how your salaries venture about it and how what it's going to be right at the beginning. I like me this question what we are now offering as range offering of a rage as now manipulative. I'm a nice guy. Just talk about that as manipulated art so from the talks that have heard you give jordan and some other stuff there's always additional nuances and factors to consider. You wanna stay off a one thing first of all just because what you're worth and what they can pay. You might not lineup and the experience for being. There may be more viable than adults. I gotta tell you right now. I go work for minimum wage to be warren buffett's assistant for a year. I will get him coffee. I would do anything and i and i do. I might do it for free. It'll be a position where i would learn so much. It's as much not handcuffing near the side in making somebody they can't get based on the number. You're looking for a great marriage so the range is to feel them out understand also when you give a range ended in the other side's within that range they're gonna take the end that most favors them so if you're gonna give a range you better be willing to accept the bottom number in the middle right right. What are the practical aspects of ranges question. I haven't relationship jim to that was exactly. I mean i guess maybe you could answer I would be happy with something in the range of one hundred and ten thousand two hundred and fifty thousand and because if you have to point out that other companies are making offers in this range. You have no for sure that other companies were may. There's no sense may adding a false negotiation for the purpose of picking up an advantage that seems to be very ads strategy. Also bad idea. I'm against any sort of deception by commission or omission. So yeah 'specially.
"jordan" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"On the same page and see more of your team on the screen at once. Learn more at microsoft dot com slash and now back to me getting kidnapped on the jordan harbinger. Show i'm not gonna lie so far. This election exciting kind of weirdly fun. It was exciting but it was also scary. Because you don't know what's going to happen. But i even told my friend over the top of the mitsubishi. Whatever was car. I look at him and go so far. It's a great story but we have to keep our wits about us and be really careful here. I don't know what's going to happen. I'm listening and i go. Yeah and i go. Maybe don't mention that you speak serbian tune. And he's like. I know you either so we're not letting on that. We spoke serbian. Which by the way. I guess before i forget. That's one of the major lessons is anytime you have an advantage in a situation like this. Never let the other side know what it is. Because then they can try and mitigate what that smart right so like these guys weren't trying to hide what they were saying because they thought these foreigners don't speak serbian so you don't want them to know that i do because i felt like oh. What if i impressed them with my language knowledge and then they know. I don't hate serbia. And that i live here and i was like no no road right now. I'm going to hold that close to the vest because they're like yeah. Let's go for a drink with these guys in the we'll let him go and then they were calling people on my cell phone that were in the save numbers and they were like. Hey we have your friends and the people were like what. And they're like. Don't worry don't worry we're just gonna have a drink and then let him go and then i was like okay cool. We're finding well as were getting on the street now. I'm like oh crap we better be careful like we're on the road now driving and we have beer in one hand and we're holding on with another and there's like motorbikers passing us into the league because we're drinking hanging out the side of a car there's a bust behind us. That's like honking. And like the people are laughing and the bus drivers like rolling his eyes. I mean it's just silly stuff like that. 'cause we look like we're just clowning in van. We get into a neighborhood in the guys go. What should we do. And then other guy goes yeah. I don't know what you know. What screw these guys. Let's just throw them in the river or something. I'm sick of this. I don't want to deal with this. Do you think there's going to be any problems. And the other guys like now just put a tyra random and throw them over the bridge or something that took a turn and then i was like whoa. That took a crazy turn. Nothing even happened. They just got bored of or something or they were like road. they just decided to like be violent. I think they were on drugs of about to say that they sound like they're on drugs. Yeah they were very very very weird and they were turn on a dime. They'd go from laughing too like they would stab my friend with these sharp objects later on and they would laugh about it and then they would put the blood off on tissue and hold it up and go like yell. They were just high as as hell. That sounds like meth. Yeah yeah and they kept saying. Do you have any drugs. And we were like no no and then i remember them turning to each other and going out too bad not too bad. They don't have anything to go. Yeah so. I think they were like looking for us to have something that they could party with is well and these guys were really. You know they'd been up all night. Their eyes were bloodshot red. I really think it straight at a meth. It's very messed up situation away and so finally were in this neighborhood. you know. we're getting sorta stopped. Here's where i knew. Things were really bad. This is before. They said they were gonna put us in a tire and throws over a bridge. That would have been a good clue but before that happened. We passed traffic police and in europe traffic. Police have these like signs. They hold up that say like slow or and they can signal you to pull over and they're just on the side of the road wearing those high vis vests and we past these cops in a car and they yelled like. What are you doing because we're hanging out of the car drinking the cops get in the car. Turn on the lights in. Start chasing us and these guys in their government cars slowed down a little bit reach out the window and just wave these guys off and they stop turn off their lights in. Turn around and go. Oh damn yeah like they could tell just from the car that we were not only not stopping but that these guys could just do whatever they wanted and they were like screw like imagine hanging outside a car with a beer and a cop chase you then. The drivers goes nope not dealing with you. And they're like okay. I guess that settles enough on my way. Yeah so i knew these guys were above the law right. We didn't even stop. They just sort of slowed down so they can run the role the window and be like screw out your traffic cops. That was scary. So i turned to my buddy and i go man. We're in for it. That's not a good sign because we thought a good cops are gonna pull us over and we'll be like dude. These guys are bugging us. And if they're like we don't believe you will be pleased. Just take us to the police station. arrest us get away from these psychos. That didn't happen so we ended up going into this house that was again. Never go to. The secondary location should have thought of that but began. These are cops right. So i didn't know exactly what was going on. That was a little bit of a problem. These been regular people never would have happened this far but these were state security officers. So you don't think you can do anything that makes sense. I would've done the same thing. I'm not about to run goes. Yeah yeah so we end up at this house and the house had a bar in it. And i remember there was a bartender and it was really early in the morning. Which is really weird and the guys like what and he opens up these little. Like how like some buildings. Have those metal shutters in front of the windows when they're closed and they closed at night and they're like metal protective things for the front glass. They banged on that. This opens up and then lets us in. And he's like what are you doing. And they said something him in serbian. That i don't remember pride and understand and the guy looks at us and he. He looks kind of normal. He's a really big guy. Looks kind of normal and he goes. Don't worry i think you're gonna be okay. And i went okay. Because he could tell. We were scared shitless at this point. And he's being really cool and he's being really nice and then these two idiot cops go bring us water and keep bringing them iraqi. Which is like this homemade. Sh- vizsla like homemade liquor. That's really strong like schnapps and they're like let's have a drinking contest. And i was like okay. They're going to you. Know to the table and i go. Can i have a bottle of water to the guy goes glass of water i go. Do you have a bottle. Can i have a bomb. Only pointed to the bottle. He gave me the bottle of water. I slammed about. I don't know seventy five percent of it to hopefully slowdown alcohol. Absorption not sure if it even works but it's probably better an empty stomach. And then every time i would take a shot i would quote unquote chase it with water but i would spit a bunch of it into the botto.
"jordan" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"Used to have all these organized crime connections but then his family sort of fell out of favor with the current regime after slow. Melissa which you know ended or whatever and he had to move it. I mean you're hanging out with these kind of dodgy folks but that's what was kind of like for me back then. I don't know i just hang out with those kind of people. They weren't bad people. It's just like a lot of people had stories and history like that like my boss. When i was an english teacher she had spent time. Making like i dis or something like that to blow up u. n. gps in kosovo. And she would tell us about that kind of thing she's like you're the only american i haven't tried to kill ha funny. Oh what a laugh call. You want to grab lunch or what we did. She was a super closure. Is like my second mom super nice and she'd say all these nasty things about americans she's like but i don't mean you know that right and i'm like kind of clear about it. Great characters are great cast of characters. Yeah so these guys decide to mess with us. And then they i don't know if they're radioing in or calling it in or anything like that. I don't think they could do that. But they basically decide that. My friend and i are going to be taken in. And they're taking our phones and they're taking our personal belongings and stuff like that again. I should not have given up these things because these guys are almost not real cops. I should've just sort of been like no. But it's it's hard to say and then they're like getting the car get in the car get in the car. Well they're saying on the car. Get on the car and i'm like okay are you. Are you trying to figure out if they're asking you. Climb on top of their car. Or you're just like well wait for so i'm thinking okay and i tried to open the back door and i noticed in the back. There's a gun in a bag of doritos. I just remember this bag of doritos. And i felt like oh okay doritos and a gun on the seat in the car so i thought if i get back here and i need to escape or something i literally am armed so i was trying to figure out a way to see if i could sit on top of the gun so that they couldn't see that i had it and then i would have to see is it loaded. Is there one in the chamber. Is the safety on you. Know what kind of gun is it and also not just get my ass shot like by holding it in not be planning to use it so those things were going through. But i couldn't open the door. And i'm like why you know what's going and he said no car. No room in the foreigners in the car and i was like. Oh you're not just misusing a pronoun in in or not a pronoun what are the like in on a preposition preposition. I always anything you can do to a creepy foreign government vehicle. That's a preposition okay. By around yes yeah preposition. I thought he was misusing. A preposition prepositions are really difficult in foreign languages. Because you say like get on board but other languages will say get in or get through like you. Just they change their totally nonsensical. These guys are saying. Get on the car on the car. And i thought oh they must mean in the car like getting on the plane. No i'm going to get into plane. Evil knievel is going to get on the plane. I think george carlin thing right. So i'm trying to get an i can't get any goes no room for foreigners in the car no room for foreigners and i'm like okay because these guys like hate americans. They were talking about how they're going to beat up in american in we bombed them unlike. Yeah you're real if you have a real sophisticated and nuanced outlook at foreign relations buddy. I was probably eleven when that was happening but cool what i realized he meant. Was you have to stand on the running board. Which is that little thing between the tires. Were you you step on it to get into a vehicle. Step on the running board in. Hold onto the sun room which was open. Yeah okay again. It a very muddy off road. No real streets island with turkish fortress was so we were. They were going very slow. It just didn't matter. 'cause i thought okay i can get on the side of this and they go like maximum five to seven miles an hour so i can just jump off and i'm gone. They got out. They robbed a popcorn vendor in a beer vendor. They just took the guy's stuff through it in the car cracked open beers in handed us beers. Can i thought oh okay. They're just messing around. Like were drinking beers. Were eating popcorn. Like were clowning. guys are just. They wanted a couple of friends for the night. You're not endanger yet. They're just messing around and they wanted. Okay yeah exactly not yet. You're listening to the jordan harbinger. Show i'm talking about getting kidnapped. We'll be right back now. There are more ways to be a team with. Microsoft teams. Bring everyone together in a new virtual room. Collaborate live building.
"jordan" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast
"That we become more integrated cycle physiologically. Yes okay so you you went into cold water and then you practiced staying in there longer and longer and that and found that if you were able to what to voluntarily would you say cooperate without deep breathing that enabled you to stay in longer and longer. Yes like ten and i play. This is playing and it was this gut instinct that drove you to yes to experiment with this. It must have been extremely difficult that that was surprisingly not there. No difficulty whatsoever. I was ready actually to go in. I had debated so much. It's like oh get the fuck shot up. I wanna i wanna do something you know at moment like your water you all with this minding about it. All you want to peel. and so. When i went to the water i felt great. I'm having all sorts of trouble regulating my physiology for a variety of reasons. I'm very ill. And i'm very interested. In your accounts of psycho physiological integration and immune. It's it's It's damaged from a medication. I can't stop myself from moving. I am right now. It's willpower that stopping. But i have to move all the time uncontrollably feeding technique because it works deeply on a reset of the neurology. Can you assure i will show you. Okay i explained the working principle of this breathing. Technique is that we alkalis the body. Do we bring up the ph level so much like we spike it to eight where normally has to be three seven point. Three seven point four mostly. We are below. We bring it to seven point. Eight eight and and that's a logarithmic scale. Yes and and that that that that is not good but it spies it only spikes and that activates the adrenal axis deeply. They found out that the adrenal axis is spiked. Because of the bike. We give it to the body. You will experience in this podcast. I'll show you. What can i can. I do it along with you. Yes yes of course you guys want to do it. Yeah jess tell me how you feel afterwards. Okay we just you want round. I recommend you do it jordan. You do it whenever you feel anxiety or deep neurological deficiency or whatever that means i should be doing it about two or three hundred times a day. I would say i think do this. Then it's like staying away along a and longer time but let's do it. Okay okay here. We are relaxed. Take a deep breath all in let it go all. I will take the telephone. Then see how long you gotta stay. I around ninety seconds one half minutes after the exultation without a without air in the lungs for ninety seconds not force. That is deeply into the neurobiology. You will see. Just follow me. And i will show you here on the timer that you do and we'll talk while an essay. What is happening. 'cause you feel it okay. All right there. We go this by the way this technique with this. we've Changed fundamentally a medical sides of our perspective of what we can do within our physiological depth against bacteria viruses depression. Not logical diseases at drop. But now you will experience. So i will show to the camera. The numbers okay. I can do so. Now gotta julia in food earlier. Nadda early.
"jordan" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast
"Welcome to season three episode. Thirty five of the jordan. Be peterson podcast. I'm michaela peterson jordan's daughter. This is an interview. Podcast filmed recently november. Twenty twenty with wim hof. The video version of the podcast is available on my youtube. Channel at mackillop peterson videos. Or you can just type in wim hof jordan peterson. And that'll bring you right to the episode had wim hof on my podcast and dad co hosting but like usual as in one other episode. I let him do most of the talking. So we're putting it up on both podcasts. I think this'll be the format from now on for interview. Podcasts that are from my podcast. They'll all be available here and in video version on my youtube channel. Wim hof is absolutely incredible. He's also known as the ice man. But i'll leave his intro. The dad does in the actual episode a heads up. Dad mentioned in the episode that he hasn't been feeling well. And i'm happy to tell you that he's feeling much better since this was filmed. So don't worry. I hope you enjoy this episode. If you do please remember to hit. Subscribe for more. I want to tell you guys about an app slash website. I use called thinker dot org. I absolutely love it. If you're someone who reads a ton or wants to learn fast this is for you. It certainly for me. Thinker dot org. That's t. h. I n. k. r. dot org allows you to read or listen to hundreds of titles in a matter of minutes. I read a ton. Mostly research staffer books from the people. Are dad podcast with. This isn't the same as reading an entire book. But if you need to get through information quickly or if you want to consume more and don't have the time which is kind of where i'm at thinker you to read or listen to hundreds of titles in a matter of minutes from old classics like how to win friends and influence people to recent best sellers. The app gives you the gist of the book. And the main ideas. Which kind of gives you all the juice really quickly for people reading a ton or those who want to get through a lot of information quickly i would highly recommend dot org also use it..
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"DEFCON. And it has a lot of friends in the social engineering village. There any rounds up. All this knowledge has an experience and interviews a ton of interesting and successful people on his podcast Jordan Harbinger show and even though he used to dream about becoming someone in the intelligence community now he trains those kinds of people. Well remarkably what intelligence officers do best is not follow people through dark alleys and go and chases and you know this and everyone listening probably knows this too but one of the things. Intelligence officers tend to do a lot of is manage lots and lots of relationships sometimes people who are not completely open sometimes of people who are maybe a little hostile and they have to generate trust. And that's exactly what I'm training them to do. I'm teaching people how to know like and trust you so that you can use influence and it's fairly straightforward but it requires a lot of discipline a lot of practice and you really have to work on the skills it becomes a way of being and a set of habits not a set of hypnosis persuasion tactics that you can apply you really do need to be socially fluent. I'm training them. Things that I learned as a teenager that I then turned into things I used in my twenties to date and meet people that I then once again turned into social engineering and networking and in sales. It's really come full circle. Once punk kid chose wisely through a series of remarkable events. He ended up teaching himself to be socially fluent and is now running his own business making even more money than what he did as a lawyer on Wall Street more money than what he could have probably been making if he was a criminal to you. I don't know what the life lesson is here to take away from Jordan. Maybe not to be afraid of pushing the boundaries and the rules because you might not realize how smart you are you get caught or maybe. It's that social skills are a ton more valuable than we think and that social engineering can be applied for good and have great rewards. But of course what's interesting to me is. Jordan is constantly trying to learn and grow every day. It doesn't matter how smart he is or feels like he is. He knows he needs to learn more. Which is something. I think that's important for us all no matter how much knowledge we think. We have thanks to Jack for the opportunity to be on dark darkness. Diaries will link to that. Podcast in the show notes. Also in the show notes. There are worksheets for each episode. So you can review what you've learned today from well me and Jack and we now have transcripts for each episode including this one and those can be found in the show notes as well..
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"If you're listening to us on the overcast player please click that little star next to the episode. We really appreciate it now. Back to the show. What are your parents thinking of this? Because I mean number one year talking to PTO's online and number two urine informant for the FBI at sixteen years old. They were just glad that I wasn't blowing anything up or doing any drugs you know. They were really glad about that but they were not happy that I was talking to does online until they got a call from the FBI because they originally when they couldn't reach me on my cell phone or before. I even got the cell phone. They were calling the house. Imagine the FBI Calls Your House your parents first of all have a miniature heart attack and then the FBI agent says he's helping US catch people bad people or whatever they had to say on the phone and then my mom goes okay and of course they had to sign off on some of this so it wasn't just like hey on talking to the FBI and nobody can know about it. It's like no you. Guardian has to say. It's okay for my son to be working with you. They were fifty percent proud. Thirty percent worried twenty percent completely. Not sure about what the hell was actually really going on and kind of clueless and probably gladly so because they were just like kids not dead. I'm Barry Mind I'm still getting straight as in school at this point. I've got a job you know. There's not a whole lot for them to complain about. I just also do this crazy. Fbi stuff on the side. Jordan Jordan was still a teenager but he stuck out of school because he had a cell phone. No one really had cell phones in the nineties. Much less teenagers and you had won. People thought you were a drug dealer. Secret agent or something. Jordan was a secret agent and had a cell phone me even had kind of get out of jail free card. He had a note signed by the Superintendent of schools the principal and the FBI agent stating that. He could carry a cell phone in school. Oh cool is that an a librarian caught me in the hallway calling my mom on the cell phone and she just was clutching pearls gasping. Oh my God and she ran back in the library and she called the assistant principal. This is a high school not the one that I embarrassed over the pizza incident and Mr Speech go bless him comes out. Hadn't seen the note. This is a pretty early day and me being able to carry the phone at school comes over and goes harbinger. Do you ever cellular telephone in your bag. And he's not mad. He's more like incredulous. Just like who? The Hell is a cell phone and I. This is one of my teachers. He teaches a unit Vietnam very active in his class. He knows I'm not a drug dealer an idiot and the librarian comes out and she's got her she's got librarian swag to watch me get busted by the assistant principal. And she's got a smirk on her face that I'll never forget and I said yes I do and I also have a letter from the principal the superintendent and the FBI and he goes. Can I see and.
"jordan" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"Investigator investigating a theft at the theater Jordan worked at that is interesting right. Jordan was curious. No more about what a private investigator does so he starts chatting with them. They got to talking about all kinds of stuff martial arts websites crime. One day Jordan mentioned to him that he knows how to build websites. Now that was sort of a rare skill back then the P. I gave Jordan a chance to build a website for his friend security company they were doing on the one hand security for the neighborhood that apartment buildings in different commercial buildings but on the other hand they were legit. Vigilante IN DETROIT TACKLE DRUG DEALERS. Tie Him up and take them to the police station and collect a bounty or just arrest. Dangerous People in the neighborhood. Like that's what these guys were doing back then and I wanted in man. That was exciting. I had a car. You know at this point so in exchange for designing a website for the security company. They were training me in martial arts which were like real martial arts not like do a Kata Karate. Break a piece of wood. They were showing me stuff. Nobody was talking about that. They had learned in the Israeli military and I met some hard dudes back. Then they were Usually ex military and they were an executive protection so like we would end up in by we. I mean I would either drive or be like completely back in the offices logistics but we'd have like ICE Q. Puff Daddy come in for a concert and they would protect him and handled like our phone. Systems are computer stuff. I did a lot of the driving. I was actually the only white guy for a long time in the office and I had. I'd gotten straight as so my dad who worked for Ford was like well if you could straight as all three years Until your junior year until your senior year. I'll rent you an SUV or a car. That you want. I chose an SUV. It wasn't that fancy but you know he's an employee for it. It was he got a great deal on it and so I was really thankful for that so this was a bad ass car so I drove around and I drove our agents around in this and it was easy because a lot of them were busy A client work things like that and I was able to drive my car and transport around some of them. Honestly Twenty Twenty. Hindsight probably more not supposed to be driving probably had either felonies or lost their license or just didn't have a car. There were some shady people in the Executive Protection Company. And I was pretty clean. You get pulled over at night and the cost. It'd be like all right. Have a good day. This is ninety s Detroit man. You know if I'm driving around in a nice area in an SUV and other white kid SUV. If they're driving around at night and as all black leather gear tactical stuff. It's not gonNA look good. Snow Jordan is running with a whole new group of guys security guards. Martial artists vigilantes big buff dudes and they used to rid me.
"jordan" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"So you don't miss a single thing and now back to the show quick side story when I was thirteen. I was mad at my mom about something. She gave me an old checkbook and a pair of scissors and told me to cut up the checks since we weren't gonNA use those checks anymore. And she didn't want thieves stealing the checks. Well me being mad at her and a little maker myself. I didn't quite understand this and I got into my head that somehow the checks were money. Money is confusing as a kid. It's not clear if the check itself is money or credit card is money or just cash money or where the money is now moves around and how is it tied to one thing or another? What the Heck is money? I was thirteen and didn't know and took these checks and didn't rip them up after school. One day I went to an ice cream shop and asked. Do you accept checks. The clerk said Yeah so I did my best to try to write a check out. Didn't do it very well at all. I'm sure I gave it to them. My hand was probably shaking. I had no idea if what I was doing would get me in trouble with this or what but I just did it. I knew I was breaking some kind of rule just for sweet lick of some ice cream. The manager came out and looked at the cheque and told me. Where's your mom? Grabbed the check and ran out of their ripped up the checks and never tried his again. But what if this did work and a small win? Got Me a lick of ice cream with stolen check. I probably would have done it again. And who knows where I would've ended up so I can absolutely see Jordan here. Having great success with the money orders and to just go ahead take it further. Look for what's next. What's bigger and that's when he got curious about.
"jordan" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"No sense to me at first and then it slowly opened me up and it allowed me to look at people in a completely different light and have more empathy and I remember taking these skills with me to school and talking with more adults and them saying like. Oh you're ahead of your time. I was learning so much from all of these phone conversations. And that's what really got me interested in people and once you get interested in people but you're at the age where mischief is really taking root. The next logical step is social engineering. Jordan continued to listen to phone calls for a while and was still actively uploading tex files to be S.'s. Full of bomb making recipes. And he thought maybe. This isn't a good idea. Maybe the cops are watching me upload this stuff maybe it's not so cool to put all this explosive information on the BBC S.'s. But the cops didn't contact Jordan. They just left him alone but I have no doubt that they were following my connections and my people online and I remember being on the phone chatting voices. We used to say with some of the people who are operating other boards and they would be like wait. There's somebody at the door and I remember them being like hang up the phone and then I wouldn't hear from them for like weeks and what happened like do the FBI came. I can't talk to anyone. I'm not doing anything the board would go down. You know all that stuff. These guys will get so scared so it. It was fun for me in an exciting way because I was just on the outside of this as the forms he would frequent would go down. He started checking out some other websites and forums that he knew about and when Jordan started learning about something he has a tendency to dive deep into it. I also of course was looking at the way that credit card systems work in payment systems work. And I had this little racket going where I order books using money order and I could wait for them to get the money order and wait for them to go and take care of the order and deposited or so they thought in send out the stuff and there was this little leg between then and what. I would call to get confirmation. Most people. Don't do that. They just wait for things to be shipped to them. I would call find. They receive the money order immediately. Bike over to the drugstore and cancel the money ordering get my cash back and there was just enough of a lag. It was probably just a couple of days where they would send out the stuff but I would still have my money. They would not know that it had been canceled. But you cancel it right away. Turned in that little stub and it.
"jordan" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"Before they liked jumping into trash cans and looking for stuff dumpster diving. They were looking for something particular. No they weren't trying to find free pizzas or Dale Bread. They were looking for something a little more interesting. The guys were like. Hey you know what? We're dumpster diving for these electronic serial numbers. You WanNa see what we do with them. And I was like sure so I started learning how to program cell phones and that was the beginning of the journey. Jordan was up for this kind of stuff. Heck yeah as a teenager hanging out in the town with the older kids who knew how to hack phones who also accepted Jordan Jordan was in with the cool kids and things were getting exciting other things. I started learning how to do were diagram and learn a lot about phone systems. We call it freaking back then. Of course you spelled it with a Ph because you're very cool an elite and What I started to realize was cloning. Cellphones was really fun and listening to cell phone. Conversations was really easy you know. I think. I had like an N. E. C. P. Three. Oh one or in any C P three hundred both and you could. Somehow you could get that desscan cellphone channels and you can listen to one side of the conversation. I think it was just one side. You could scan for channels. Because everything's analog nothing's encrypted nothing's really secure and. I thought that was fascinating but you know you would lose them as they went out of out of reception and think I really do remember. You're only getting one side of the conversation. Jordan continued to play around with the phones trying to hack pay phones and cell phones and landlines everything one day. He saw a telephone repair truck.
"jordan" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
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"All right. What's next? Hi, Jordan company. I grew up most of my life without my father. He divorced my mother when I was still a baby during my childhood. He always promised me things. But never kept his promises. He would come over to pick me up. But then didn't show up. He lied to me about gifts. I would get told me things that didn't quite match up. I was still a child and believed everything but at the age of nine having disappointment after disappointment I told him I never wanted to see him. Again. This has had a lot of impact on my entire life. I have abandonment issues, and I'm insecure all the time things have improved a lot because I worked hard on myself. I'm thirty three. Now, I had a meet up with one of his brothers a couple months ago after my father contacted me through social media in blocked me right after his message. My uncle told me that my father is indeed a liar and has been all of his life and understood all the pain I went through. It was a good conversation. He talked with my father afterwards. And my father unblocked me when I asked him why he blocked me. He told me something that was completely impossible. I can fr-. Him with his li-. He denied it and deflected. The other subjects in the conversation. He told me he wanted to tell his story, and I agreed. Although I felt frustrated since he wouldn't even tell me the truth in our first conversation in years. I got a long Email where he claims my grandfather, my mother's father sexually abused him. Once he writes about this with a lot of details. And he claims that my mother knows about it. But she claims she has no clue at all. How do I know? This is the truth. If all the ever does is li- any suggestions on how to deal with this? I don't wanna get hurt again. Thanks in search of the truth..
"jordan" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"Welcome to the show. I'm Jordan harbinger. I'm here with my producer Jason to Filipo. In today's conversation, we're talking with my friend, Cathy Heller, Kathy's got a lot going on. She's a mom to three girls. She's got a successful podcast. She was able to crack the music licensing code when even successful indie artists struggle to make a living in l. a. and I thought this was kind of an interesting fit for the show because she gets her royalties from her music and TV and adds everything from McDonalds to WalMart and American Airlines. But she's also she's my kind of wooing, right? You've heard me talk about woo and I'm normally not about this at all. But I really like what she had to say here, and she's fond of saying things like purpose is the opposite of depression. And of course, before I roll my eyes, I like to think about this kind of thing. And she grew up in a family with anxiety, depression, and her parents fought all the time, and she's really found a unique way out of that and found success in a niche that was not her plan at all. When she came to l. a. and I think it's very effective stuff for you. As audience members here today, we'll discuss Br. Finding yourself as a creative in a way that's effective, effective enough to mix with the world of corporate business will also explore how creatives can market in a way that doesn't contradict your brand or make you feel like you need an acid bath afterwards will also learn how to talk to non creatives and pitch them and sell to them in a way that's effective enough to get you doing what you want to be doing. Instead of hammering out pitch decks all day long in all admit, when I went into this episode, I knew it'd be fun because I'm friends with Cathy, and I think she's a great person, but I actually didn't know she'd be dropping this type of knowledge during the show. So it was really a pleasant and funds prize for me to spend time with her on this show. And I hope you'll like it as much as I enjoyed recording. It don't forget. We have worksheets for today's episode so you can make sure you understand everything. We talked about here and everything that Kathy wanted to teach you here on the show that link is in the show notes at Jordan, harbinger dot com. Slash podcast. All right, here's Cathy Heller..
"jordan" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"This is our our little this is a courtesy of jordan then ran well it's really like the recapitulation of the second lecture you're having your statistics plus yeah i think we go through this a lot in law school rights like bias it's it's bad how do we mitigate it we kinda can't everybody's screwed okay great here's a lot agree and there's a lot of problem with that and of course looking at our krona types in our work schedule i assume that if we can match in our type two our work schedule this is ideal but how do we match our krona types to our work schedule when we don't control are freaking work schedule right i have to go to work that's a great question yeah no it's great question i it's a big issue for a lot of people i think it's hard to do i think what you have to do really is work the margins are couple of ways to do that i let's say and i think the bigger issue here is is is is also who have to work in the conventional world so people who really get going who hit their analytic peak laden day when everybody was going home and are less mentally acute early in the day when everybody has to be in the office so i think they're few things number one is that i think unfortunately a lot of people say well what kind of do when we talked about this earlier what kind of do to change myself to accommodate to the environment and i actually think what would better off doing is how can we accommodate the environment to better serve individuals that individuals shouldn't have to change the environment change so one thing that people can do and again the big problem was with als in the larks world is you know if you're comfortable doing it you know have a conversation with your boss about it and maybe your boss will be open to a low bit greater flexibility in your schedule and the more this idea of science of timing in all this gets out there the more less likely it's going to become that bosses oh that dude's just lazy because he doesn't wanna come in at eight o'clock in the morning so having that conversation is one way to work the mark is the other thing is you just have to take again it's mostly for als you have to take some affirmative steps gimme gimme gimme example let's say that.
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