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"killick" Discussed on The Finding My Psych Podcast

The Finding My Psych Podcast

04:11 min | 3 weeks ago

"killick" Discussed on The Finding My Psych Podcast

"Hello everyone. Thank you so much for joining me today. This is your host. Jared killick of the finding mike podcast. Yeah if this is the first time that you are joining us today. We are all things behavioral medicine and health psychology and So today i really want to focus on Yeah i mean it's like what the third day into fall two thousand twenty one. And i just think it's a good time for me to share with you kind of what my latest kind professional growth insights or ways of thinking. I'm also kind of personal growth moments. That i think would be really good to disclose in this format For me and i know not. Everyone agrees this the time of year that is for me. Just represents transformation. I think spring tip typically means that for people because it's things coming alive. Everything's turning green from soppy and wet for me the fall you know just really represents this time to sit back and reflect to dig deep. It's time That reminds me of academia because that was certainly one of the most positive times in my life. I always think back to that time. And all the remarkable things that happened with the people that i met and just that atmosphere and certainly the fall is all about kicking off that first semester of the year and i just i don't know i feel a bit nostalgic in september october especially october. I feel a bit definitely. not melancholy. cuts thing. I probably deal with closer to february but it it's more like i don't know i just feel much more reflective i feel much more peace. I feel like summer. is this frenetic buzzing energy. And i don't even sleep as well as normal like right now. My sleep is like crazy. Good hard even get up in the morning just because that light changes so much and i think part of it is that i'm from the north and where summertime. It's lights like a lot if not all the time and in the wintertime. It's dark like a lot and it really is this distinctive. You know kind of transformation that everyone that lives in a place like that seems to make this of two parts to the year and it's super extreme peaks in june for all the light and super peaks in december with all the lack of it so anyway i'm trying to say is i think today is just a good day to go to that place to show you that about myself. And the two things that i think most important my life or my career and then My personal life. And so. I hope that this is helpful to you and i hope that it causes you to maybe step back and reflect a bit for yourself and fill in your own blanks on this so anyway just so that you also know wild back. I had started a ninety day. Alcohol free challenge. It is the second attempt that i have made the first time. I made it thirty days..

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"killick" Discussed on Spark from CBC Radio

Spark from CBC Radio

03:28 min | 4 months ago

"killick" Discussed on Spark from CBC Radio

"Hi i'm nora. Young and this is the spark guide to civilization in this series. We take one issue in society and explored in the broader context of how we've managed through technological innovation and designed over the course of civilization on this episode. A look at the glass lands. This is the last in our series and we decided to do something a little different. We ask for your help. We wanted your ideas for a favorite technology to devote the last civilization episode to could be from any period of time from the wheel to the dial up modem to the quantum computer to tell us more here spark producer. Adam killick adam. Hello nora thankfully. Nobody picked dial up modem the rest of my life without hearing that sound again. No kidding i should say we weren't asking what the most important or influential tech was. We wanted something that called of to people that had the potential to teach us about innovation and had different angles that we could explore. Now i know we got range of submissions over social media and email. Was there any sort of commonality or theme like an era or a type of technology. I'd have to say that the suggestions were pretty much evenly. Split between much technologies and inventions. That came along along time ago and some very very recent ones at least when you look at it on the scale a few in existence. So what were some of the more intriguing suggestions that caught your eye well not surprisingly given the last eighteen months or so. Few people mentioned vaccines of course. Yeah and another person suggested refrigeration and those are both very important innovations Which have helped us live longer. Healthier lives sure A number of people which is is not surprising given our audience of working on wi fi and the invention of the internet one person suggested word processors which is interesting and someone else more. Broadly suggested the printing press and movable type but as you know this is we don't need that stuff right. I never write anything down. All of us live right. It's all live. We're doing this live right now. And then one person seemed to suggest brick of cheese. I'm not sure quite qualifies as the most exciting tech ever. Although if we didn't have keys i would be sad. My quality of life would be diminished. No kidding okay adam. The suspense is killing me. What fave tech actually going to explore. The lens of bunch of people suggested various things. That use lenses from eyeglasses to cameras to telescopes and microscopes. And i thought that was super interesting and it a offers us a cool lens to look at history. Had to get that end i did and this. I also think is really interesting and i have to say. It's not a topic that i actually know very much about. It'll be learning experience for me. And by that i mean i may ask stupid questions over the course of the next hour. Thanks so much out of your very welcome. And i'm sure you will ask no stupid questions. Adam killick as a producer on spark. Now before i talked to someone who does know what he's talking about. We're going to go way back for a brief history of magnification and the one man who figured it all out.

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"killick" Discussed on The Finding My Psych Podcast

The Finding My Psych Podcast

04:00 min | 9 months ago

"killick" Discussed on The Finding My Psych Podcast

"Shared. Killick joined again today by my lovely husband johnny killick. Hello hello and today. We thought what we would do is get together and review a series on netflix. That we recently stumbled across both of us. I've had a couple of weeks off. Johnny has had this whole week off and We have watched a lot of net flicks all the netflix. Because what have we not watched. Is the question if that's a good point. Yeah yeah and in fact when we couldn't find something desirable a net flex. We watched prime. Yeah which is which is a good backup. Yeah net flix. Yeah but netflix would say superior absolutely superior so we did stumble across this one show called surviving death That was i think six episodes which we will talk about a little bit but before we dive in To the content of the show and the the show of course as we want to review this show really bad ob surviving death. Pat both just kind of glued to each episode. Both like feeling like okay. There's some really good things being said here and also there's really messed up stuff being said here. Yeah yeah on the one hand. There was some like really spiritual. Yeah yeah anyway. So we'll get into it. We'll get into it but it was just so fascinating. I think it's rare that both of us Are like super glued to a show and there was a couple of times this week that that was the case and so i'm so anyways it was that show and then it was the other one we were watching as lit. Was that little fires everywhere. Something like that yet. With reese witherspoon and so we have to get through a couple more of those. Oh my god that's amazing show. Yeah yeah so anyway. We're kind of all over the map. Which is great to be. That's me. I'm but this is a show about behavioral medicine and health psychology and we are all things behavioral medicine and health psychology of today. We're gonna try to talk about spirituality within that context of wellness and health. And i think through reviewing the surviving death series. The really good thing as i think it leads to us. Just having a conversation about spirituality which is something you and i don't talk about much And i think finding places where that actually fits in the world of psychology and behavioral medicine so that's really the intent I would say if you have any questions or comments We would love to Certainly get your feedback and or additions to the content that we're leaving today then you can do that in many ways. You can just drop us an email podcast at funny. My psych dot.

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"killick" Discussed on The Finding My Psych Podcast

The Finding My Psych Podcast

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"killick" Discussed on The Finding My Psych Podcast

"Podcast. This is your host, Jerry Killick, and so today I have a very special show we have a guest tomorrow or Tam. Randall on the show. And Tam going to spend some time talking with us about her own experience and her journey. Through addiction and I think I've known him for ten years. And I think that there is some amazing nuggets of wisdom that we're going to be able to kind of pull from this from this discussion before we get started though those of you who are listening to us for the first time, we are about all things health psychology and behavioral medicine. If you are interested in leaving us a comment about the content that you're hearing today or other show that you've listened to on the fun my podcast please do call us leave a voicemail. I won't pick up the phone I promise call us, and the.

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"killick" Discussed on The Finding My Psych Podcast

The Finding My Psych Podcast

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"killick" Discussed on The Finding My Psych Podcast

"A week. A power walk week three times a week. A run walk. Week three times a week. And A. Power Walk Times too with a run times one of any duration that you like I would say this is going to be the easiest set up for you. To slowly progress to doing an activity. That's just a run. What I'M! GonNa ahead and do is NB table that I'm going to create for you in the show notes as I will put these four weeks with the formula. That I've put together here. I'm going to add a couple more weeks on top of that, so you can see What I'm thinking I would recommend if you came to me as someone who's never run before, and you wanted to get into running. Super Important whatever I'm suggesting to you. Is just a starting point. You are. Getting started and you're noticing that it's too much that you back off. It's really okay to repeat the activities of the week. into the next week and the next week in the next week and tell you have adapted. That is just super super critical so I'm just giving you a framework. Please don't follow it and get injured. That would be bad again. The assumption is always that you have senior physician. Prior to doing this I am recommending. This formula to get you towards an activity. That's just running one day a week all right. There it is guys. Thank you so much again and we will move into week. Three in our run series here in the next week or so and I'm very much looking forward to kind of taking this up a notch for you, and how we plan the different types of runs and so I certainly think that you know. Do check out by the. The way if you want a really good book on creating kind of training plans op. John Stanton, who is the creator of the running room I'll try to see if I can put a Lincoln that this show notes as well for you That is a really great starting point to kind of see some of the things that I'm talking about. Certainly. The book is not going to emphasize. The sustainability piece is not gonNA emphasize the adapt tation kind of what your body has to go through to be able to rain long-term, but it will show you kinda breakdowns of. Of running to show you what you know if you're going to plan for a five K. race that it's all about ramping up slowly. Those training plans are sixteen plus weeks long sometimes, so if you thought that you would be able to just pick up running today and then think it felt great and something you wanted to do every day. It's just not reality. It's something that just really takes a lot of planning. Commitment and just again not get into caught up into the hype that you really want to shoot for sustainability making this a part of your lifestyle, all right guys. I'M GONNA. Leave you with that. I really appreciate you. Please don't do go check us out on facebook. We have a fan page. They're finding my psych. We are on Straw as I. told you. Estrada Club finding my psyche by me. Personally Jerry Killick on would be happy to have you follow me and I'll follow you back I follow everyone back. And check out our community forums on our website we will post extra forms on athletics here coming up in the next few days in running, and maybe I will post something here for the new runner. In our forums as well so you guys take care. Of Yeah, we'll talk to. You know the week shares..

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"killick" Discussed on The Finding My Psych Podcast

The Finding My Psych Podcast

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"killick" Discussed on The Finding My Psych Podcast

"Thing in my life, and so I think trying to find that balance of my career which I'm very proud of. I've never been so proud to work for a company my life, it's that good. Trying to find that balance of these self care pieces such as running are for me and how it makes my work better so I would just say. You know those kind of things have gotten in my way. Perfectionism is a big one and of course perfectionism, and then being too much on social media. Those things are bad combination. and so you know I, do have. The data to kind of look I can look the peaks and valleys of my running activities and They very much correlate with me. kind of coming out of. Kind of just these these low grade depressive periods in my life. That lasts two three months at a time. My husband Johnny Killick. He goes through the exact same thing. And, it's very interesting that we. Got Married and we have this exact challenge, and so that has some synergies to right. And so when you know sometimes when I'm starting to kind of come out of it, he's not, but then we pull each other along, so that's kind of positive, but so yeah I would say. You know what's happened. was there a trigger for me? I don't know what the trigger was. It was a while back where I felt something had happened and I felt. I was doing lots of walking. So I'm getting like with my job. I'm getting ten to ten thousand and fifteen thousand click today and I just thought. You know it's not too far away for me to kind of just go put in a couple of clicks on why not? And then I did one day, and then all the sudden. It was like this whole. That whole amazing experience that you get from running that you can never explain to somebody until they do it then. It's a kind of..

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"killick" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"killick" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Grow our top story the Wisconsin department of Veterans Affairs hosting a virtual Memorial Day ceremony today Memorial Day ceremonies across country been canceled through the covert crisis but in no way diminishes our respect and gratitude for those who made the ultimate sacrifice for a country senator Ron Johnson was one of the people who recorded a message for today's virtual ceremony congressman Brian style was also featured Americans have stood up for liberty at home and abroad and even featured a rendition of the national anthem sung by Wisconsin state representative Warren P. Draig the group you can see all those videos and a virtual ceremony at W. T. M. J. dot com it's been a violent Memorial Day weekend in the city of Milwaukee the police department says there have been at least nine different shootings that have led to these thirteen people being injured that includes three people who were shot outside of a Walmart on Capitol drive yesterday afternoon there were also two different shooting incidents within ten minutes of each other last night so far none of those shootings have been fatal baseball returns of Waukesha county this past weekend the five diamonds kick off tournament brought youth teams from across the Midwest to infinity fields owner Tom Killick tells TMJ four news it was scheduled for April but inform coaches they would host at a later date once restrictions were lifted for them to continue to stay in the tower steps were taken to limit the spread of covert nineteen such as removing bleachers expanding the dugouts and having staff constantly disinfect camping spots joined leery of Sussex says she feel comfortable coming to watch her grandson I don't mind being here but I don't mind being way back there I hope we're not a statistic two weeks from now but you know I think we're doing okay press the number W. TMJ news sports traffic and weather are next WTMJ news time eleven oh two welcome back to ask.

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"killick" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"killick" Discussed on KOMO

"Muffler good morning the Americas yesterday lost to the Colorado Rockies were screwed by a score of ninety six in cactus league play some highlights so the Jerry Killick who's expected to be one of the top up players for the merits perhaps next year I had a blast into right field and Justus Sheffield through three innings gave up a run on two hits while striking out for Seattle as the day off husky women's basketball team trying to make a run in the pac twelve tournament that begins Thursday in Las Vegas a local play against Utah coach Jody when our coaches show last night at the tournament will be a showcase of the ability of pack to all players it's the most talented conference in the country by far you know from the centers to athleticism to point the point guard play in this league is phenomenal you know kids that can really score the basketball skills that is just great the Huskies first cable because Utah valley Thursday afternoon at two the men will play Arizona state in a regular season contest Thursday night dogs have two regular season games left before the men's packed alternate next week despite the coronavirus concerns the Washington interscholastic activities association and out to get today the show must go on with the state high school basketball tournaments at various sites tournament action starts tomorrow at three venues across the state the color of the Sunderland yeah come on the Spokane arena in the same day in the NBA adviser players not to high five fans and strangers and avoid taking items to be autographed in concert over concerns of the corona virus outbreak sports ten forty pass each our time on the whole the Huskies co owners she is six forty two right now and we've had tough going in traffic this morning we'll look at the traffic and the weather coming up next rain or save big on new spring styles.

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"killick" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"killick" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Gila. Quick Killick and graph the injured workers law firm visit to five seven cop dot com or call two five seven cop. That's two five seven cop. Traffic weather sponsored by Gillick Witkin, grop injured workers. Call to five seven com. Hey, debbie. Hey there. John alright are continue our problems, continue forty-three southbound is completely closed at north avenue. Irt it off technically at locust this police activity there. So they have everybody off the freeway. Now, this is causing some massive delays. We're seeing backups all back to the Good Hope road to that point. So if you can here's the thing today, I'm going to tell you I don't say this often avoid the freeway period altogether. Avoid forty-three. The other problem is going to be on forty-one. Southbound left lane is still blocked at Hampton four an accident right now. Highway q to the zoo interchange is at thirty one minutes. We are at sixteen extra there. An accident ninety four eastbound just past highway see in della field on the right shoulder. Another one, just before Calhoun, then westbound at sunny slope road on the left shoulder, we have an accident there. And then, of course, folks slowing down to take a look at the accident at highway. See on the other side of the road. Otherwise, for the most part, we're handling things relatively well travel times on northbound ninety four Layton avenue into downtown said about fourteen minutes. So that is a seven minute delay with traffic and weather together on the ten sometime laws ago, WTMJ Pella WBZ dot com saver traffic the WTMJ five day forecast tonight. Breezy a slight chance for rain, a low of sixty one tomorrow, humid and a pretty good chance for rain. Maybe some thunderstorms a high of seventy five Sunday, cloudy, cool, little bit of rain chance, a high of seventy one Monday, Partly cloudy, high of seventy.

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"killick" Discussed on The Finding My Psych Podcast

The Finding My Psych Podcast

15:08 min | 2 years ago

"killick" Discussed on The Finding My Psych Podcast

"So my brain is just lighting up with questions and met him all kinds of Munster. So what I'm going to start with is the health crisis in your family was in extrinsic. Motivator it was an external a image in external source of pain and suffering. Wasn't necessarily yours but it seemed to open your mind up to the possibility well. This can also happen to me. It can happen to other people. It simply happens to. Humans were largely in a state of denial. And it seems that most people initiate a change due to extra motivation and that extrinsic motivation. Eventually if the person sticks with it can turn into intrinsic motivation. It can be something that they actually want to do rather than something that they're responding to a reacting to have you found that there's that shift from the external source of motivation to now an internal source. Yeah I mean over time I mean you learn to dig deep and you learn to to kind of becomes incorporated more into who you are but it also might argue that even back than those X. Extrinsic motivators or the those external locus of control. Outside of me that I was really seen I there was also some hooks in there that were pretty internally driven and what I'm saying. There is like for instance. All of us in my family. Were drinking too much. We were all smoking. My mother in law came down with cancer. And it was. I had some sense that I was contributing to the problem. And that made me feel very awful. So that part was definitely intrinsic and I felt like there. I couldn't control whether or not she had cancer. But I definitely could control whether or not. I was participating in the behaviors that were contributing to the really bad health outcome. That was going to be so so. I think that was that kind of realization. You know I think Is what got that started for me. And then of course you know it is your try. It isn't extrinsic motivator for me. I might think like what I looked to at that point then to get me. Motivated were very extrinsic motivators. Finding folks like yourself you know. Ginger Runner Scott. Djuric just amazing. You know Vegan athlete as well and These that was very extrinsic motivation. And the problem is as you can only watch so many videos and listen to so many lectures and all of that before it just kind of becomes background noise right. You've got to find some way. Shift that into something internal and I think I'm if you don't mind me just keep going on about this but I yeah. I think I realized something really really big with my first marathon them just seeing now that I'm trained for my second so in my first marathon. I can definitely see the motivation. There was a fear and I fear that I wouldn't be able to complete it right and so I then I only recently realized that now that I'm training for my second because I'm having never know I can do it like the Games one in my mind right so I've got to dig for something else. I've got a really pull from something else and then I really got thinking like how often in the past has might come a very cheap oriented kind of guy and I you know how often have those you know achievements been driven by that same kind of fear proving to myself that I have to do it and if I can't then somehow failure whatever you know maybe over analyzing myself on this but I realize now that I can't use the fear of not being able to complete it because I know I can for my second marathon. I've got to go to something else much deeper. I've got a really dig for you know. I think we talked about last time. You know like yourself that that initial question like why do you want to run your second marathon? What's the point for you right and so yeah? I'm on that journey right now. I think and I look forward to completing my second marathon here. Next May and learn more about how that journey has deepened become more intrinsic overtime case to two things about that one. Is that if you look at the research. External or extrinsic motivators or rewards are really really useful in getting someone initiated something to initiate behavior. But they don't last so if you're always looking for the external reward it's GonNa fizzle out. You'll just habituate to it and it'll no longer have that effect it will give you what it wants. Did as you said even watching videos it eventually becomes background noise. Same Old there is no novelty has worn off in there for your dopamine levels dropped. You're just not desirous of that information or of the activity and what is necessary for someone to actually persist in something is for it to become intrinsic but what often happens instead because intrinsic motivation is harder to develop because it really requires self reflection and self awareness and honesty. What happens instead? Is The people look for an additional or alternative extrinsic motivator whereas okay it was to complete the marathon number one now it might be to be top three in my age group or it might be to break a particular time which is still an external reward. It's still this something that's outside of you and my suggestion and again. This is based on my own experience process but is to find a way to really engage in the process of training in make that somehow the goal in that process of training is really about you in who you are in each of the individual moments of training and then suddenly the marathon is just this kind of bonus that you get numb and it what drives you is the richness and the quality of the moments that you have on a daily basis as you train breaking it up always looking for like the farthest goal you're going for but what I'm doing today. Yeah and the reason. I suggest that in the reason it's been so successful for me and other people that I coach is you take the pressure off because create this big goal that you throw out there in front of you like I have to complete the marathon or I now have to do this complete the marathon and do it in a certain time or run at a certain pace. Well they're going to be days when you just don't feel up to that goal. The stress of life to stress work stress relationship the stress of something happening to a family member spouse or even yourself you get ill you get injured which is quite common when people are training athletic endeavor and now suddenly. You don't feel that you can do what's required any see that goal suddenly sliding away from you and when you recover the injury or recover from the stressful event now it seems further away than ever and you measure yourself against it and you say I just. I can't do it. It's too far away. No I've wasted too much time a month. This past and I wasn't engaged. I mean less shape and now I have less time to do it. Yeah absolutely but if you focus on the richness in the quality of the moments of the process there's nothing didn't measure yourself against except am. I engaged enjoying this or not Yeah that's just it. I think that almost biting off more than you can chew or even process right so so it is. It's like you're right learning just like how to make today's run the only run that I'm thinking about and You know not doing my first thirty two part of my training. I'm just doing today. Right and to the ten is amazing. I love that distance. Yeah and also in addition to that something else that I really spend a lot of time thinking about is what is the purpose of my goal. Not just what is my goal purpose? Is this goal about personal identification. Do I need to achieve this goal? In order to feel a certain way about myself or be able to identify myself as some things that is a step above what? I identify myself with prior so am I increasing my rank in my mind by achieving this goal. And what happens if I don't achieve it right? So that's kind of tripping onto that all or nothing way of looking at it right like so you can get into this. Don't achieve it then. I'm not a runner. I'm a failure like What a waste of time. I could totally see how that'd be easy trip into. Yeah yeah she disappointment. I see people setting themselves up for these huge disappointments because it's clear from the outside that they're not doing the necessary training to achieve that goal. But they're so in love with the idea of achieving the goal and that motivates them to do just enough to make them believe that they're actually going to get the job done and when they do it. They're excited because I'm going to run the marathon but it's not enough because they're not really engaged in the process. It's not enough to to really guarantee that they're going to get that goal if there is such a thing and then if they don't get their which is I would say more more common than not if it's an identification goal however they now identifying with Intel Exactly and probably turn to the dark side on that one right like yeah yeah. Their identity is so wrapped up into it. That yeah yeah totally. I see that yeah. And if you know anything about a fixed mindset or a growth mindset the work of Carol sometimes a growth mindset is called an incremental mindset and sometimes the fixed mindset is called an entity mindset where in the fixture entity one believes that they basically had a fixed capacity whether it's for intelligence or it's for social skills or it's for athletic endeavor it's fixed and one might have a certain proficiency in the beginning of something because you maybe you got lucky or maybe. It's really easy to be good at this in the beginning stages against other beginners but when one starts to try to improve and the pool that's are competing and gets more competitive they may not see that proficiency anymore and suddenly they're like oh. I better not even try because then my belief about myself that I'm really good at this. We'll be challenged and possibly overturned and that's not comfortable so I'm just going to avoid it and say you know I didn't WanNa do it anyway. Yeah explain it to yourself exactly. Yeah you get fixed in place your if somebody calls you smart and then suddenly there's an for you to do something really cognitively challenging and you fail. Does that mean you're no longer smart is that many people are no longer going to look at you and say that you're smart right rates rate it so when people put these big goals in front of them. They're often setting himself up to have a fixed view of their ability and of their worth and I think it does a lot of harm so I'm a huge huge fan of the incremental mindset engage in the process. The process is about learning experimenting making mistakes making some modifications adaptations based on what you learn based on the mistake and taking these little steps to step forward one step back to to take a look at the two steps you just took and do that every day and you will continually modify your approach and even modify who you are in the process and it doesn't matter what the goal is at the end of the day or the end of the month or the end of the year because through that processing you have grown enormously incrementally versus just accomplishing the angle right. Yeah versus I am only going to be a different person when the marathon is done and then I can tell everybody or show on. Facebook look finished the marathon. That's the only day that allows me to actually transform. Yeah and get ten likes and ten thousand lakes or whatever this totally right. But I'm not worth until that happens. Yeah yeah and maybe one of these things we were talking about before too is I noticed that people are not as interested in the journey. There really are interested in the outcome right. So when you when you share things you know or even the work that I do on the Website people are definitely less interested in by Kind of explanations of my journey. They're very interested in. You know lists of accomplishments that. I made What how I did on my test in Los Que was it a PB etcetera and yeah so our system. I don't know something about our makeup. I don't quite get it but As a clinician I always thrived off. I always thrive when I do that kind of work. I thrive off of The process because that's that's what we're what we're watching people evolve and change and supporting them through their process. And so it's very interesting to me that people generally are not interested in that. Maybe that's why they come see professionals right. Maybe that's what it is if you look at the work of Walter. Michelle in the marshmallow test as able to you know put off a reward put in in sit in discomfort and if you would give someone an option for one dollar. I will give you this lottery ticket. That has the potential to get you. Two hundred million dollars or for one dollar. I will give you this book on. How over the next fifteen years you can incrementally create a business that will earn you two hundred million dollars to give you the dollar logo for the lottery for sure. A coral no even though the book is a guarantee if he followed you..

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"killick" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"killick" Discussed on WCPT 820

"W CPT twenty where facts matter. That's a kind of RAFI that you like like it. I enjoy the the people that is my the bubble. Gum wrap me empowering. Bell school's in sucker. That was a little Smith, right? No ring the bells sucker this. What? God sakes, everybody what the okay, John Cooper tweets. The twitter. Hashtag Republicans for impeachment has gone viral with over fourteen million impressions in twenty four hours. It has hit a chord. This is John Cooper's tear of the democratic coalition. Who watched the campaign that seeks grassroots GOP support? For impeaching Trump. Laurence tribe says this speaks for itself. Trump has an ego a mile and a half a why and half an inch thick. He cares. More about avoiding the recognition that Russia helped electon than he does about protecting our country from continued cyber invasion by the Russian state. That is almost treason. He must go. I would argue that is treason. I mean, right this. Yeah. Okay. Julia. Davis says gates told Muller that Manafort ordered him to share a polling data with Kalinic, and he could then pass it along. To Ukrainian oligarchs Dera. Pasqua gates periodically sent Killick clinic data via encrypted messaging app and then deleted the communications daily. We've been mentioned. I just feel like it bears. Repeating don't you think Travis because that's how you know that certainly nothing sketch was going on at all. That's the one thing. I don't get in in the mall report. It's like we couldn't determine why he was sharing polling on like, I don't know. I'm going to say.

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"killick" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"killick" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Product of a slightly higher price over many years. It's going to be so drastic. And so high from a health impact perspective from an economic perspective that I don't think businesses will last survivor jannaschii. There was a judicial activism also that we've seen around the fireworks during festival of light. That's the valley. India stop court had to intervene in. And they said you can't purse fi box specially in Delhi and surrounding areas including program to control pollution. Do. You think it worked did you bust? Fireworks? Your friends? I. Bus carcass for the last ten to twelve years now. This. This thing was not implemented. Very well till they tend to date last night. I could hear rockets being bus at every occasion, weddings, festivals of any kind either login people. Thank person clock is offered to the shin. And they still doing that even after being even after Dhaka's being banned and the police are doing much to stop that. So policies are there. But implementation lacks let's open the floor for the questions any questions from the audience Maslum mega thing, I live in the slums. I feel that in the slums most people are not educated. So when this order was issued to allow to appear to burn firecrackers most people Derek noted and they kept on burning firecrackers for a long time. If Richard approach them. No, one listens to us. What can we too? Thomas Killick, does it happen to you achieve and people to listen to you. You're trying to tell them about environment and people are not interested. Yes. It's happened quite a few times that which because of that we don't have as much as they do. They have a much superior opinion reliable..

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"killick" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"killick" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Taken away by sweating. How? Jalen Killick boy this. To solve a year. We can finish broadcast. Here went off here. We certainly lost her headphones here for a moment. Follows. Twenty two at his ballgame. The improved through twelve and nine on the season three to six Pac twelve conference play back. Locker rooms got Wilkie voice. It was Mark Johnson. Let's go ahead. And Dale the numbers tomorrow night. We're going to be a big Saturday and it so on Monday nights for now. We'll be at Karalis boulder. Proud sponsor the buffaloes just blocks away from seven until eight o'clock will a bus primetime head coach tad Boyle. Women's coach JR Payne and a player guest out there as well. Tonight by twenty two points shooting numbers. And it really wasn't that close ballgame. Eighteen to fifty eight thirty one percent for the duck shooting four of five from downtown sixteen percent for the number two three point shooting team twelve and they had two of those very late in the ball game. Eighteen sixty one percent Twenty-three fifty three forty-three percent for the field. Twenty bucks for any better from downtown's. Fifteen percent. From the foul line twenty four of twenty eight eighty six percent from the free throw line. There's the shooting numbers for before we get to the rebounding the team numbers. Let's pause ten seconds for station identification this basketball network.

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"killick" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"killick" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"At the half time, and I'm joined here by Terri I'll from talkback fan airy give me your impressions of this ipad. Well, I'll tell you. I'm everybody talks from Lakota east about bash wheelin, I've been really impressed by play. A more date Johnson got an incredible stop. You know, we'll Johnson has shown that you can score for them. It's kept them in a ballgame from mentor standpoint. Luke, the Luke showing the back court y'all Lucia Conan's crossing guys up tonight. I'm surprised he hasn't broken ankle yet. And I think they've gotten a really nice contribution from Killick picks on the glass to kinda help them keep this league. And you know, the the interesting thing about the Johnson, he's a he's a big guy is one of their bigger guys in switching off with the garden cone employer. So that's that's a pretty tall order for for for that guy. But he's like you said he's got that quick first step. So he can he can hold his own with some of the quicker player. Pat at commented about that as well. We're really impressed with how quickey is. And and again. Yeah, you talked about what the matchup changing off between. It takes someone who's awfully we'd have put the hang with those guys at his side. He's six three pretty well put together look a little bit like a football player. He's he's doing the best job that he can hang with them. And again, I mean, it's you got a three point ballgame. You gotta give Lakota eat a lot of credit. They took played last night against Coleraine four hour, maybe plus bus ride here today and their teams they're really showing no ill effects of up the travel or the game last night. Got a barn burner. Like you guys expected like we expect it and hopefully it continues throughout the second half. Lakota is you know, the average fifty four points a game and they're right on pace for that. Some mentor would like to quicken up a little bit interesting thing about, you know, matters got their full court press after every every basket, they're doing a great job in the first fifteen feet of that. But they're giving up so long passing some money. And that's I think that's because of the heightened. Yup. Lettuces them Lakota east. They've been able to go over the top and get some nice nice easy. Looks to help keep them in a ballgame. And you mentioned will Johnson earlier that done a nice job for them. And and he's really between. We'll Johnston and the Johnson they're the ones that are primarily breaking that precedent doing the job for for the coda absolutely again coach Jack into the pre game plan. It seems like for Lakota east coming in here. Coach, you know, they're sticking to what they do best. I think you're right. They'd love to speed the game up a little bit. And if they do that in the second half, you would think that Lakota would have a little bit of trouble keeping up, but. The three point ballgame. We've got a good one going on the one I think has to get on track for manor is is Alex Edwards. He he really he's got he picked up two fouls hasn't gotten a gone. But if he gets he open shot, you know, he can he can hit any three point shot out there. So he he's gonna hold a key. I think the mentor for the second half. But that's yeah. That's that's probably a good point Chad Rogers, I think would hold the key as well. And then Lucci called pick too early foul able to get the halftime with only two if if he can push that third off until later in the game or never pick it up, obviously that'll help veterans as well. And on the other side bass Whalen picked up to and they were awful careful bringing them in and out in the last four minutes of that first half. So that that something that bears watching also all right? Thanks for taking some time with his Terry. Briccetti John always good to talk to you guys. And once again, you're on the W I N t game of the week and just wanna remind you all you hockey fans..

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"killick" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"killick" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"If a physician watched to admit you don't normally do that. It's a serious enough event. Now case number two, let's say you go to a quick care, and is for stones kidney stones I happened to my wife few weeks ago, and they tell you they're going to give you the shot. They're gonna they're gonna give you the spill to stop the, nausea. You have to drink a lot of fluid, and you go home. And you don't pass the stone. And you're a constant pain. What will happen is you have to go back. And in some cases, people go the emergency room. I tell you go to the urgent care. It's easier. The key here is urging cares and Clark county. There are twenty four seven. If you go to twenty four hour, urgent Killick southwest medical and eight hundred eighty eight south Rancho they're up twenty four hours, and they have the ability to put you on a drip, drip, will get more fluid in your system. And hence, you have a chance to pass the stone. In this case, I made my wife drinks so much fluid that you couldn't help but go to the bathroom and sure enough she passed the stone. But those are those are circumstances where you as the insured as the consumer need to know how to get around the system. My wife wanted to go to the ER I talked her into going into the quick care was a fifty dollar copay compared to a major deductible. But the thing about the the I'm going to a quick care is we eliminated hours you go to an emergency room. You could be there six to eight hours the quick here. And here's the here's a tip for all you listeners. How to get through the system. So you have a health plan. You have a quick here, you MC shop, medical whatever. No problem. They're open till seven o'clock at night. Eight o'clock at night. Most cases, not twenty four hours seven or eight. What I do is. I go to my quick care. Located up on today. They close at seven. I get there at six fifteen. They can't turn you away yet. They'll see you and you'll be out of there by seven thirty two latest. If you go to a quick here early in the morning when everybody's there you could be there three or four hours. But if you go there when they're ready to close, it's amazing how you get in and out, and it's timely fashion. My wife, and I went at seven thirty seven when we were gonna airplane. We walked into the quick Karen Rancho by eight forty five we were home. These.

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"killick" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"killick" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Of fluid, and you go home. And you don't pass the stone and your constant pain. What will happen is you have to go back. And in some cases, people go the emergency room. I tell you go to the urgent care. It's easier. The key here is there's urgent cares and Clark county. There are twenty four seven. If you go to a twenty four hour, urging Killick southwest medical eight south Rancho, they're open twenty four hours, and they have the ability to put you on a drip that drip will get more fluid in your system intense chance you chance to pass the stone in this case, I made my wife drinks so much fluid that she couldn't help but go to the bathroom and sure enough she passed the stone. But those are those are circumstances where you as the assured as the consumer need to know how to get around the system. My wife wanted to go to ER I talked her into going into quick care was fifty dollars copay compared to a major deductible. But the thing about the the I'm going to a quick care is we eliminated hours you go to an emergency room. You could be there. Six to eight hours the quick here. Here's here's a tip for all you listeners. How to get through the system. So you have the health plan. You have a quick care you MC, south west, medical, whatever. No problem. They're they're open till seven o'clock at night, eight o'clock at night in most cases, not twenty hours six seven or eight. What I do is. I go to my quick care. Located up on today. They close at seven. I get there at six fifteen. They can't turn you away yet. They'll see you and you'll be out of there by seven thirty two latest. If you go to a quick here early in the morning when everybody's there you could be there three or four hours. But if you go there when they're ready to close, it's amazing how you get in and out, and it's timely fashion. My wife, and I went at seven thirty seven when we were gonna airplane. We walked into their quick Karen Rancho by eight forty five we were home. These are ways to use the system legally the right way. But let's go talk more on the surprise medical bills. So President Trump by Wednesday instructed administrative administration officials to investigate how to prevent surprise medical bills broadening his focused on drug prices to include other issues of price transparency in healthcare. Now, I don't understand why we don't have that transparency. They should have their numbers published and not multiple numbers. One number will be charge. And you know, what if they if they had uniform fees? We'd all know where we're at an would also determine what kind of help plan you could buy right? So further in the story surprised billing or the practice of charging patients for care that is more expensive than -ticipant or not covered. By the insurance has received a flood of attention in the past year, particularly as Kaiser health news and other news organizations have undertaken investigations at the patients most outrageous medical Bill. Before I go further. Let me give you an lymph formation. You.

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"killick" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

The Next Picture Show

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"killick" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

"Hey, guys, who are you? I'm stacey. I'm from another another dimension. How many more people are there? With could literally knock it any reader. It can get weird. Okay. We need to get back to our universes soon. Glued is going to collapse. My family lived in Brooklyn. What's wrong? Was never UC. It's. Destroy the collider. None of us have a home to go home to remember. What makes you different that? Is what makes you spider? All right. Everybody wanted to all all the lead office saying I really Douglas, maybe a lot what everybody else think tasha. I'm looking good. Oh. But we need to Scott. Are you an agreement? Okay. Go ahead. Wait, wait, what what about maybe maybe you can be the outlier. No. No. Okay. Okay. We're we're all in board. I I only only commotion for these moments because I just building up the stakes by hating everything love, and in fact, everything the cinematic universe. Just it's like we're back to Georgia. Are Martin's writing pile on the injustice of my hatred for all things. Good intrude on you guys. So don't feel so much better. When I love film this much. I have just always loved films that are are dense and complicated and move so fast that it's a challenge to keep up. But this movie piles on so many of the very idiosyncratic things. I love vivid color, incredibly bishops innovation. It's playing with the form. It's playing with the idea of the the origin story. It's playing with the idea of the comic book movie, it's playing with the idea of the superhero. It's crazy crazy, meta, it's very complicated. But at the heart of it, it's also telling of a familiar origin story about a young person coming into their own discovering who they are. Standing up for the people that count against the things that they're afraid of. I mean, it has on the underlying form of a good hero story. And then so many trappings that just bake it crazy fun interest issue. The enemy is a lot more talk about by love when people remember not everything like Pixar and not only that does not look like any I've ever seen before you know, and uses like pattern and texture like the Ben day dots and the little like hash marks which are again, very evocative of the the comics medium, but in a very unusual way for for film. A funny thing about that. We ran an interview over at the verge with the directors and one of the things the de Maloney who interviewed them kind of pinned down on was like. Oh, yeah. That we had kind of Rian than animation for this. And she's like, okay, how specifically because they kind of hand waved it, and they give her some specific technological details of things that they had to redo. But one of the things was everybody in the. Animation industry now uses a whole bunch of standard programs and standard Killick character sets and building sets and modeling tools and lighting tools, and they wanted to do something different. And they had all of this. Existing software that they had to break the reason all of his movies, look, so like is because they're all being built with very similar tools. And if you want to do something different you kind of have to start from scratch in an industry where you anything you can do to be cost effective, especially in animation. You're gonna wanna do. So having somebody come along and make something like, this is doubly impressive because you can't do it with existing tools. It's like when painters like beat the hell out of there brushes before they paint. They just beat the hell out of a computer. What are we talking about here? We're talking about the dots. The I mean, there's so many different like animation like styles and flourishes throughout this. And it's not it's not consistent. Like like, what one of the things I found. So interesting is how it shifts animation styles while also being under sort of the same broad stylistic umbrella, but it brings in like, I said different flourishes, depending on where the movie is. And what it's trying to do. But like you compare something like the big science magic showdown at the end..

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