20 Burst results for "Knutson"

"knutson" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

01:37 min | 2 months ago

"knutson" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Lot more stolen bases in this series in these playoffs. And we've seen in a long time. So yeah how you play. The game does matter. It really does and how you know how a lot of the other guys up to buy. Buy into a philosophy of of next man up and that just doesn't mean injury that means you get the next guy the plate as a hitter. Your number one job is to get to the next guy the guy behind you order up to get on base you do something to get him to play so keep the train moving as they say and the braves did a good job. Astra's did a good job of that most of the year. Not so much in the world series but You gotta have a lineup that fits you gotta have guys who are willing to do little things that don't show box scores and that goes right in the face of analytics talking with markelle knutson former major league pitcher as well as author the inside pitch thirteen ten k dot com and it was fun to watch it was. It was a fun. Postseason fun victory for the braves. Defeating the astros. And i it was a great postseason. But you know we tie all this back into the rockies. We talked about a little bit. Doesn't sound like john gray's coming back well so sure that I'll tell you why. And i have about this working on something about this There's gonna be a lockout on december first. The owners are gonna lock. The players on december first started people. Don't wanna hear about this. Baseball has out a work stoppage in a quarter century and then i nineteen ninety four world series when that was wiped out by the owner's lockout. That was the last time we gotta work stoppage in baseball. So why would seem strikes and lockouts. Sports baseball has been kind of immune to that. That's changing dramatically. There's a lot of issues and the main issue for the players..

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"knutson" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast

The Mighty Oaks Podcast

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"knutson" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast

"Whatever it is and and always looking like what words that purpose in life what you know similarly feed that purpose instead of god's saying i'm right here i'm standing right in front of you and i am the purpose you know and that's a selfish thing. It's it's saying. I've already given you your margin orders. You just haven't heard me. Yeah sure and then when. I open tune that radio in said okay now now i know what to do because i finally started listening to him. Immerses listening to the world. Yeah i think that brings us full circle. And this is what i tried to communicate to my my adult children who are young adults but my children all the time invest where you are b all in wherever you are because if you seek to follow god i and he'll get you where you wanna go as we talked about at the beginning but i think to me that's that's the key to transitioning to the various stages of life is saying i want to. God wants me to do i. So if he wants me to do this thing. I'll do that thing if you want me to do this other thing. I'll do this other thing if he wants something else. I'll do that. But it's it's about seeking him. It's it's fascinating to see people who have made major life transitions and maybe it was. Because of the death of a spouse maybe it was because of a job transition or a downturn or you know whatever you see all these major transition they do so wow it's just like surfing nice way you're up you're down but your movie and you make it and you get through that roof section and you come out on the other side But that's because their purpose isn't attached to any of those things it's attached to god but then there's people who absolutely crashes something changes. Yeah because they believe that's their purposes they like. I don't know where to go from here. i don't know what to do. There's nothing else this is it and if this is all that's left than than i don't want it you know. Then they make that agreement that this they're better off without me all leroy house or you know. And that's the last one is for them to make that ultimate bad decision at and You know having having our focus and and that identity in jesus is really what changes all us. That's right and that's where the hope is felt exactly. Yeah and and the joy comes back on her life. There's guys you can ask. When's the last time you were happy with no ten years ago last time he did something fun and you knew. There was joy and purpose in life when i was in the rain. Or whatever service you may you know and just like wow you know being your hair did than you're going to get your heart and your legacy and your purpose.

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"knutson" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast

The Mighty Oaks Podcast

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"knutson" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast

"We certainly believe that was a big part of the success. Blessing and definitely the you know the six and seven day workweek. God blessing hard work. I tried it was louis. I try to communicate this all the time because people miss that right right. God blesses but strangely got really blesses people who work are they do. That's that's just a fact of a. I think the bible god worked. Yeah absolutely and so It was sold out two thousand six. And then i had a non compete for five years so i was basically lockdown and so i got to do the big corporation thing israel and i really learned that this is no longer i want to do and i was like. I don't feel like i have purpose anymore. You know when you're working for a family business you you you're working for your employees and you wanna make them successful right and just like at mighty oaks. I wanna make you know. I wanna do my part to make these men and women successful rio and and going through these programs. That's that's what i love. And so as i kind of my heart was changing. I was like well. What can i do. What's my passion. Had a friend who's a mentor has employed rib. And he's just a he's a great man and he's a he's a life coach so he's kind of a friend of the family and i got to spend two days with him down in laguna beach and he basically unpacked me and ask me probing questions like i've never been house before my life and it basically comes down. What do you want to do with your life. And so we peel the onion back. Essential and had been came to get more bodies in heaven through jesus specifically for our nation's warriors for veterans. What were some of the questions that he asked you. That brought you to that. Then the best question he asked me is if you can do anything in life for free. What would you do if money was not an issue. And you've heard people ashrat before and that really got me thinking. I want to help veterans. My heart is for veterans. And especially as you learn the epidemic of The suicide rate. That's going on right now. Which surprisingly some people. Most people don't know a lot of people don't know yeah and it's it's surprising to me and honestly i didn't know that at the time either so i was in that category and so when i learned about that I was totally taken back. I think this is my calling I got athletics. I was able to get educated. I was able to serve the marine corps. And i got to learn business now..

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"knutson" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast

The Mighty Oaks Podcast

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"knutson" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast

"The legacy program was absolutely blown away by the effectiveness of it. And i knew it would be because obviously it's a it's a spur jordan ization and it's it's you know that trauma handled through jesus and he just comes into those dark places but as far as you know getting the opportunity to be able to serve in and it really is an honor to be here and to serve as the as the director development. It's something i certainly enjoyed doing. Which probably not a lot of people Would say would enjoy that right sought after job. It's really it's really. It's really not. But when i when i people ask me. How do you go do this. And i'm like well first thing i think about and and the truth is that you know. There's there's twenty two twenty two plus guys every single day and women who are struggling who this could be their last hope. And so when i think about going in and speaking to somebody and develop a relationship and that's really what i enjoy. I enjoy their relationship. Real relational side of of getting to do this and so the opportunity to walk in and to speak my passion about help doing my small part and helping to save the life of veterans. And i know it's done through jesus but but we also have work to do that. And so when i get to share the story of mighty oaks and chad and yours and and just throughout the program. You know it's really not that hard. It's really fun to do. Especially when the person sitting across from you is like minded and wants to help with that veteran cost so. It's an honor to do that. And i think a lot of people even sometimes within our organization miss what it actually takes to to make what we do work. Yeah and i it. You're right and you said that It's a relationship with christ. It's god working in the lives of people that make the difference. We know that You know there are stories. In the bible of of god illustrating jesus illustrating the importance of stewardship There's the story the talents. There's various stories in the new testament where jesus is trying to teach about the importance of stewarding. Well what he places in our hands. And when i consider the relationship that we as an organization have with those who were able to minister to. It's very much stewardship relationship. God does the work But he places some resources our hands that allow us to steward over that. And and into misunderstand. That i think is misunderstanding. The role that god allows us. He doesn't need a scrape but he allows us to play in serving people. That's what we should be doing absolutely and and that's what that's what makes it so special is because a serve the marine corps and served in business and i've met the most amazing people on the non-profit side and i made some pretty big deals. I've done some pretty awesome things that have allowed us to get me here today. And as i look back i just see the progression of this plan for your life and see somebody who wants to be engaged with mighty oaks and helps the life of a veteran and we're very clear it's not kevin. It's not jeremy it's not you know it's all done through. Jesus we understand that you know..

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"knutson" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"knutson" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"I mean there is a profession that thinks this way and and she called chiropractors, but I think that our message hasn't gotten out there very well because there is this movement towards more and more local organization and trying to treat health conditions from a very localized place. Where as when you're talking about the biomechanical system and I'm not going to I'm not talking about pancreatic cancer or something. I got I'm talking about function not talking about the whole biomechanical system that you can't just treat the shoulder if the problem is with the axial system and our big Shaq. Zorba's, you know underneath you know the tire so I I feel like what we have working against us is that we haven't claimed a place in the Health Care system as the bio mechanic and if more people understood, I mean that's my public service announcement and my kind of wishing that people could understand this more holistic issue that if you fix the whole biomechanical system, it lasts a lot longer and I I feel like I feel like it's a missed opportunity to not address these little injuries earlier on like you think about this child with the you know, the restored Kip when in fact the function was in the toilet that what would have happened to her. She would never abused that leg What You Know by the time she's forty is she having a hip replacement because you know money down. Wear and tear on her hips all of these hip replacements knee Replacements that are happening now really are the downstream effect of Decades of inefficient biomechanics off what you make an excellent case for the work you do and we should remind people that this is a field that has garnered more respect thankfully over the years because we're hearing from people like you should have such a practical case to make and there's a lot more that people will find out when they visit your website or visit your practice, but you've got a lot going on and one more thing. I understand you're a musician. Is that right? Yes, boss. Twenty years. I was a professional classical singer and even nominated for a Grammy. Oh, so I I taught voice for many years and she married into Brown and in my private studio and it's very interesting. You think how did you go from that to being a chiropractor? But actually the things that I was most interested in and the things that I was Mossad, Helpful with is that I would re have destroyed voices..

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"knutson" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"knutson" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"So that's the musculoskeletal system. So it seems that and I can't tell you exactly why but it seems that when we take some of the stress off of the biomechanics and the effort of moving from point A to point B, we get rid of paint we get rid of headaches we get rid of whatever that is. It freezes up energy in the body to rid of other systems more efficiently people will often say it's amazing but since coming here three years ago, I haven't had to take any antibiotics for my side job. Inspections that I used to get three times a year. So am I saying I can get rid of your sinus infections know but something happens when you restore not functioning efficiency of this. It's really the 800-pound gorilla in the room. If you don't address the biomechanics, you are sites joining off really there's a limited there's a limit to the amount of energy that anybody has if you're siphoning off a lot of that energy simply to move the legs from point A to point B, then you're you're drinking vital energy.

"knutson" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"knutson" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"So what we call a hyperkyphosis Thursday, it's anatomical or functional. It's got a name. I'm so excited the name. It just means you're a hunching over. Over well, unfortunately, you have the modern lifestyle working against you. Hm hunching over and what we call an anterior head Carriage, which is when people base their next stuck out like this because their head they have their hands on the keyboard all day long, right? It's really not something that our Paleolithic are forty thousand year old DNA what's wrong? I never saw a caveman with an over the laptop that I can remember. Yes. That's you know, that's fantastic image of like, you know, the the evolution of humankind and then you have someone hunched over like, you know, A Primitive or hunched over a computer. So part of it is occupational part of it is just a symptom of modern life and that we simply do not have enough opportunities for the kinds of movements that our biomechanical system was built for which is getting up doing extension exercises. You know. Wow. Having our our shoulders up and back like that, which is what you're having difficulty doing that is both habit. It's long term kind of functional strength is habituated because of your occupation and part of it can be injury. Absolutely and what happens is it's cumulative over time. So the more you do that activity and the more you hunch the more difficult it is to get out of that activity, especially after many decades. You know, I I I I I could go on a total ramp off about about the educational system and the kinds of stresses that are under both teachers and children and moving away from penmanship and having people actually exercise that is a god-given gift of the pincer grip hold a pencil and learn how to write and now there's skipping that and just going to keyboard. I'm all for the pincer grip. Absolutely. I'm with you a hundred percent dead. Ringback pencils and erasers for every student in America because it's so important for developing and there's so important also for long-term biomechanical health of like getting us up happy doing things that are are are you know, kind of whole body biomechanics just.

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"knutson" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"knutson" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"Altered due to injury and blessedly we are unaware because the body is an amazing compensator. It will put in these compensations strategies so we could do remember the injury because it didn't really I mean it was impactful at the time but we got better but as it turns out we can get all better but the body just doesn't work around. Yeah, so we offer pretty functionally. Okay, unless someone asks you to do something that highlights that compensation and you go like oh, well, you know, I don't ski anymore or am I gave up tennis years ago because of the shoulder injury. Those are also it's an indication that the injury actually never healed but we're working around it. So I want to say a little bit off about about compensation strategies because we look for these all the time and everyone should be I mean everyone should be looking for these because it's an indication of a small dog. Problem that it may not be a problem. Now it is going to become one at some point. It's going to Bubble up as a problem and it might not be for decades but places where you can see these compensations strategies is in biomechanical Distortion. So if one shoulder is lower than the other amount of so many people come in, you know, their children would be really low and I'll say has anybody ever told you you're right shoulder is really low. Oh, yeah when I get my suits tailored, I always have to make the right. You know, like oh, yeah. My Taylor is told me he's compensating. The Taylor is yes by Taylor is compensating exactly like those things like that. But how about mechanical Distortion another place to look for it is on the bottom of your shoes does the right heel year out faster than the left heel any kind of asymmetry like that? Because we are a bilateral symmetrical creation is an indication of biomechanical destroyed. Scoliosis, that's a huge one scoliosis. Idiopathic scoliosis means a Stoli osis that we don't know why it's caused. I know why they're caused from you look up from a whole body biomechanical perspective suddenly is something as challenging to treat a scoliosis becomes much more manageable and much more possible in terms of treatment. Usually a scoliosis. They're going to have one hip that's higher than the other and usually one leg that's shorter than the other the question is. Is it an anatomical problem or Black Box? No problem. Is that leg functionally short in other words. There's a torquing in the pelvis. It is some other reason why they're hitching up that leg or on the wage that left hip is really high because the ql which is a muscle in the back is shortened because of an instability into pelvis and the platform. The pelvis is a platform. For the spine to sit on and if that platform is tipped, then the tree doesn't go straight grow straight and it's a compensation those S curves are really compensation, which the body does an amazing job at trying to normalize an abnormal situation. So we we do lots of work with scoliosis and you know anything below a 20 degree curve. We we pretty much context and every curb Stewart's at five degrees than 10,000 reason then it goes up from there. Well, I've got a I've got a jump in because I've got a personal question. This is my wife is always saying you're slouching. You're slouching stand up straight. She's right. If I look at my boss in the mirror sideways, you know, I'm bent over a little bit. I don't want to be a little old man bent over so I don't mind being a little old man, but I'd rather not be bent over so I'm conscious. I'm very conscious of birth. To straighten myself up other things that can be done for somebody like me and have to to assist Beyond just consciously focusing on straightening my music..

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"knutson" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"knutson" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"Presents we don't care what they present with whether it's headaches shoulder pain back pain knee pain indigestion, whatever it is that they show up with as their primary complaints. We first took a look at how efficiently is their whole body biomechanical system navigating in a gravitational field because something like ninety percent of the brain is spent just moving from point A to point B moving is incredibly complex. We move around all the time and we think nothing of it that is actually the genius of the whole system. That is an incredibly complex process that we are entirely mostly until it starts to complain not aware of sure. So when something bubbles up as a complaint like my shoulder has been nagging me about it comes and goes blah blah blah. This walking around on two legs must be addressed. This is the bottom line issue that has to get sorted out like the child who couldn't hop on her right leg right leg. The hip itself was restored brilliantly, but the whole mechanism the whole bipedal mechanism of walking on two legs are hopping on legs and hopping down the other there was a huge gap between the anatomy and the function. So the problem in her case was the whole center of gravity, which is our pelvis was Torq know, how may I ask if this is related to what we know as muscle memory in other words, it can be that somebody who's moving along just fine and then has an incident of some kind and doesn't move in a certain way into a different platitude of movement than forgets does the body forget because it's not practicing at movements. So excellent. What happens is when there is in Jersey And this is the Brilliance of the biological system is that we go into what we call compensation strategies. So compensation strategies can be things like like this child. She just doesn't hop on her right leg. That's a compensation strategy. Right? Just don't do it or someone who has a problem with their wrists as have carpal tunnel. They stopped using their right hand to Mouse and they start messing with the left-hander. They get a different device in order to Mouse. That's a compensation strategy. My right knee has heard since a ninja twenty years ago the way I managed I don't run up and down stairs or I take the elevator. These are all compensations. Right? But then we have then we have more kind of unconscious interesting strategies that we are unaware of and so the original biomechanical blueprint for movement has yep..

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"knutson" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"knutson" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"And she goes no nobody's ever noticed one wonders about the downstream impact of that is like, you know by the time she's dead. Already with that hippie wearing out would be in other words, like, you know, a lot of function in one of our legs like that. It's a serious business body mechanics makes a lot of sense. She's a three-year-old girl can't speak for herself necessarily. Thank God her mom brought her in but there are a lot of adults present company probably included who probably walking around with nagging issues and wondering it's chronic. It'll never go away. What do we say to those people chronic issues, you know, I'll often have people come in and they're you know fifty or something and they got old football injuries from college or high school or whatever and they've never really recovered and you know the question is it is it is it is it ever too late? Yes, the answer to that is yes, basically when the injury has not moved from a functional problem to an anatomical problem. Then it is no longer appropriate in my office. So in other words if that hip joint has job. Generated to the point where you need a hip replacement. Then you need a hip replacement. I can't put cartilage back where there isn't any however, it's always a really great choice and someone comes in and they've got, you know aches and pains somewhere from some injury at some point and I say, you know mostly I mean, we're in the Boston area where in the medical Mecca of the world. So most people have pretty good medical care and they have had all of this checked out many of them have had p t or tried all kinds of things and they show up and they still have this nagging complaint wage and you know, it's always really good news for me. If in fact they have had X-rays or MRIs or whatever that show that it is not an anatomical problem. It is not degenerated to a point where it is beyond just a functional correction. I have a question about injuries because obviously you're making a lot of sense when you have somebody whose name. Was he or she has fallen down on the field, but for a lot of people they don't remember ever being quote unquote injured. In other words that we just been walking or sitting the wrong way for forty years of that kind of stuff. I'm wondering about actually I want to talk about the uniqueness of human biomechanics for a second like really simple. There are a couple of things that make us uniquely Thursday and then species with uniquely vulnerable kind of like, you know, there's blessings and burdens here. The most remarkable thing is that we walk on two legs. So standing on two legs was a miraculous feat anti-gravity feet. So walking around on two legs already brings wage with it enormous Peril. It is inherently not a stable way to move around but what it did was it freed up the hands-free dog? Arms in the hands to allow us to do very complex things that other animals on this planet can't do and we there's one thing in particular that we can do that the other primates can't and that is something called o position. So that is the ability to bring the finger and the thumb together and like the sign of okay. So that allows us to have a pincer grip it allows us to hold a pencil and that walking on two legs the pincer grip freeing up our upper extremities off. Our big gigantic brains have really catapulted us into Global power For Better or For Worse in some cases. I wish certain individuals in the species have that kind of structure and body mechanics, but go ahead. I love it. When we look at biomechanics at lydian Chiropractic when we look at the file went dead..

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"knutson" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"knutson" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"The mom goes off? I don't remember but I can look it up. I can look it up. You know, let's do this don't look it up and see if I can figure out so she does. Okay. So the child comes in I do my usual thing. I do lots of movement checks and all that and then I had the child I said, okay stand on one leg. She said her left leg stand on the edge. It's still going to write like you know, hop on one leg. She hopped on her left. I said, okay now hop on the other way and she said I can't I turned to the mom and I said I think we just found it so that off functional problem. The hip is fixed, but the function through the whole movement system was there's an enormous Gap and the function was kind of not there. I mean she could walk but more complex movements that required more strength in that leg and standing she could stand but she could not hop. So I woke up her her chart. It's been a couple of years and three visits she comes in and she goes look hop, hop hop hop hop on her right leg. So, it wasn't the orthopedist had fixed the hip the problem with the functionality was an upstream problem with the pelvis itself that had gotten off. Worked probably in utero along with the hip being injured and just working on the hip just trying to fix the hip would not have gotten her there and certainly not off as quickly and as thoroughly as going to the Upstream problem. So when we look at the body from a whole body biomechanical movement perspective, we find all kinds of things that I think really get to the heart of what the problem is cuz the acute problem is over they have recovered but there remains these this whole body movement problem that sometimes is very difficult to see and I turn to them her mother and I said, how come we're just noticing this now with her teachers her her pediatrician like nobody's noticed that she can't hop on one leg.

"knutson" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"knutson" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"With Dr. Lydia Knutson from the lydian Chiropractic Center in Cambridge. This lady is a Healer in every sense of the word. She received her Doctorate of Chiropractic degree summa cum laude from the University of Bridgeport College of Chiropractic. Dr. Knutson with her staff offer integrative Family Medicine Homeopathy the axial stability method of healing and a lot more will be focusing a lot on the subject of biomechanics and how an understanding of the body and how it works can make us all feel a heck of a lot better. Doctor Knutson is exceedingly knowledgeable and very passionate about helping people. I'm happy to introduce doctor Lydia new song of the lydian Chiropractic Center in Cambridge to join me on Mike. Well, I don't have any aches and pains. But if I did I might look you up. I've heard just marvelous things about what you do. Well, thank you so much for having me. I think I'm I'm really educator at heart I missed my calling but recently when I said that to a patient they said no no. No, I think you found your calling you're educating me. So I love talking to people about their health and about taking charge of their health and the things that they can do to live a healthier life. And I really I I love my work. I absolutely love my work. What's not to love about making people feel better? Well right off the bat. I feel better because in medicine today and Healthcare what's missing is that connection that conversation with Health Care practitioners and patients mainly because it's so stressful in this a little time. It's it's nice to hear. Yeah. I actually I had a nurse practitioner come in maybe about a year ago. She dead. He had a little pain in the left side of her chest and she thought, you know, let me just go to the ER I'm sixty seven years old, you know, maybe I'll just check it out. Maybe there's a heart attack. Who knows so she went to the ER wage and they did pretend she said it's been ten thousand dollars worth of tests. And at the end of it you nobody ever touched me at the end of it. They said hm. This might be musculoskeletal and she came in and she couple of ribs out of place and in like three minutes all the pain was gone..

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"knutson" Discussed on Business School

Business School

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"knutson" Discussed on Business School

"As a full a human person in person sitting anxiously waiting to see if you've got thirty people, thirty views. That's a whole classroom record people, of course, earn life and so so many people go man like thirty years. That's embarrassing. You have thirty real people you gotTa seem as real people will see this number. Thirty real people who sat down and took the time to watch her on any gauge with your that's Elaine. Yeah. He's not to see it that way even if it's two people. The three questions we always get our number one. No one's watching my staff for like I. think that's a real good way to say I'm going to humanize my viewers, right? That's the first one. The second is why I don't know if my content is connecting and so almost like what do I what do I post and what do I share in is there a is that an iterative process is that an 'cause? How much of that is he? I'm Sharon I WANNA start this travel channel I post something that I think will work and I get kind of no traction but then I post something that I think is kind of be minus and I get insane traction. So now should i. It's not exactly what I want, but my audience loves it or sometimes is exactly what I want. But my audience doesn't like it. How do I reconcile that? So the the most important thing above everything. Is You have to. Like say your travel blocker. You are not a relatable person, right most people chance travel the world for free or get to travel the world, and so if you only need host photos of your travel, you'll get some audience in they appreciate the images or you're not going to build a relationship that audience that way. And so being vulnerable. And being authentic and being relatable and sharing your hobbies or interests your failures, your You, know the things you've gone through that struggles a bit like that's higher going to build an audience that actually cares about you. Right. And most people don't want to share that stuff because in their minds they're looking at the person who's posting photos with Lamborghini all day and the wall but they have Lamborghini and and seems to be working for them, and it's like however while it's working to to flex a lifestyle, it would work better for that same person with lamb gates just be honest and transparent and vulnerable about what they've been through relates to their kids because you.

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"knutson" Discussed on Business School

Business School

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"knutson" Discussed on Business School

"Hey. This is Sharon and how amazing would be if you could just put up one social media post an attract clients home easing would be if you could just do one instagram story and raise money for your next company how mazing would it be if influencers and celebrities are reaching out to you? To partner with them will this is story where I get deep into what bread can Knutson does and his advice on how you can actually build brand to attract investors, clients, and influencers all auto-pilot. This is amazing story where Bret drove cross country in his beat up. Ford Taurus. All the way to the bay area. And built several companies raising money without any network and today he's an adviser and the secret weapon behind some of the biggest brands and the most after celebrities in the world. This is a super tactical episode and you'RE GONNA love. Breads, humility. And also has very, very specific ideas on how you can build a brand that attracts investors. Warms up clients and wants influencers JV with you all on autopilot with my friend and the monopolize bread kanoute sin get ready. Here we go. One thing is for certain. Just because it's tried and true doesn't mean it's working right now. So the big question is this, where can you learn what is working right now the strategies, the tactics psychology, and the exact how to how to grow your business. How to blow up your personal brand and supercharge your personal growth that is the question and this podcast will give you the answer. My name is Sharon tree butter, and welcome to business. School. Bread, there's a shoe in your office. At you talk often about I, think it's back there. Right? And it's got a hole in it. And I know that shoe. Means a lot to you. Because it, there's a lot of symbolism behind it. and. The breadth that walked in those shoes literally to the breadth. That is today the whole different person with a lot of lot of gifts a lot of impact. I'd love for you to start with just kick off with that shoe story man because when I saw and heard for the first time, I was like, okay now i. Understand him and connect with them so much more. Yeah so In two thousand thirteen came up with Nigeria along with a friend of mine for a social networks called hats. And Dea stemmed from trying to saw from Imam. So my mom is disabled and. As a result for disability she lost her license this users sitting at home by herself met Burns or divorced. So chooses sitting home buyers off of living vicariously through me and my siblings because she couldn't go anywhere do anything and she's really lonely and I started looking up ways for her to may be fine new friends nearby or something, and this is two thousand twelve you know. So there wasn't really anything at that time. And so be naive is advantageous. Sometimes have no idea how insane the impossible something is say tryin inside decided to start a social networks for my mom. And led me to moving out Silicon Valley would sign raise money. and. While I was out there had nine, hundred, ninety, four tourists I drove all the way out there for Minnesota with spare the native, that's a different story but. Long Story. Short are ended up breaking down I pulled it into a fast food arthur lot nearby and I went.

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"knutson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"knutson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Body resonance. The guitar itself resonates, and so The construction of the guitar makes a big difference just like an acoustic piano and acoustic piano. Mechanical amplifier just as guitar is normally everything that's in that instrument is designed to amplify sound acoustically, but now we're sort of putting the idea on its head. We're adding some electrtonics to help. Amplify do some things, not acoustic leap, and this whole Trans Acoustic idea that not only your incorporating into guitar and the piano. Is this being utilized in other instruments as well primarily the piano and then the guitar blue. Those are the only two so far, but boy I have a feeling once. Yamaha comes up with an idea like that who knows where it's GonNa. Show up on other acoustic instruments. Good point because that's the key and. And when people say, this is making my musical experience so much more enhanced than they're going to be asking for it on other devices, and since Yamaha does so many other kinds of things. I think that that's truly amazing. I mean when you stop to think about it and I'm looking at the of course USA, DOT YAMAHA DOT COM, a piano, keyboard, instruments, guitars, bases, amps, drums, brass, and woodwinds strings. Oh my gosh, you do so many cool things. Percussion, obviously marching instruments I mean you see marching fans will not lately, but all the time over the years that are always using Yamaha stuff and of course synthesizers. They were a leader. In music, production tools I did use to own recording studios as well for for music and I think we had more Yamaha stuff than anything else because that's what people wanted. I mean it just goes on and on, and of course professional audio. You know one expects that anyway. It's just really Kinda. Give you the warm fuzzies I'm sure that Yamaha so involved in so many different aspects in the industry. In fact of the corporate logo is three tuning forks and so going back to that re pipe organ made in eighteen, eighty seven. Solve amazing well I. Tell you what if you don't mind? There's so much more WANNA talk about I. Want to get into this drum module how it makes a drumming experience so much better, and of course others that we've got other goodies from Yamaha for the big summer giveaway. Stay tuned. We'll take a quick break. Come right back and continue our discussion with Gregg Knutson marketing consultant with Yamaha Visit USA DOT Yamaha Dot. COM while you're editor of course. Hit US up at into tomorrow. Dot Com back in. How To be a great dad? Fifteen seconds bike right. Go Fish Walk in the park phone. Call milkshake play catch picnic flag. Tell jokes laugh. Doc read a story. Tell a story bumper cars swing set bowling pillow. Fight cut loose. Stay tight. Because the smallest moments can have the biggest impact on a child's life. Take Time to be a dad today. Call Eight, seven,.

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"knutson" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"knutson" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

"Go undefeated in April could show on. Tv ONLY GAME. They won a victory. Iraqis are taking control. I love it mark. Yes that's exactly right. Mark appreciates his always man hunting for stuff to talk about an appreciate your report. You're putting out for Sir all right you too. That's Mark Knutson. So yeah and I liked Terry. Frieden a mess with the guy. He's a good dude but he's tweet he's tweeting me he's like. Hey you guys posted a mellow picture on there. You're not suggesting he's the best doug of all time. It worked isn't it? Gets PEOPLE RALLIED UP? Listen I don't think mellows the best of all time but here's the here's the truth of it. I didn't watch Alex English and watch David Tops. I don't have that information other than stats. And how. They impacted their franchise. So why not find the archives of those games? I don't know how to get them as their DVD box set of the nuggets. Nineteen seventy nine eighty season is. Can you find that? I mean honestly I don't know I'm GONNA research that but they don't they they make DVD's usually it's like about a championship type team. Right like the Broncos you can go either super bowl run the year. They want to rule fifty. Can you can relive all that. Do they make every single season? And did they do it back then? I'm not so sure. So that's that's where I think it'd be awesome to play plus I mean even. Dvd's are great and everything and you wouldn't be able to find it. A lot of these like Netflix and stuff. So why wouldn't some of the Sports Al? It's that probably have the rights to those games. Go back and replay them ten minutes till top of the hour. We'll take a quick break getting some Some people that other than other than my guy Mr Fry. There's a lot of people say not even a top five nugget of all time. I break preps force in the.

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Shutdown Makes Government Websites More Vulnerable To Hackers

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:50 sec | 3 years ago

Shutdown Makes Government Websites More Vulnerable To Hackers

"Partial government shutdown has left some websites vulnerable. USA radio networks Timberg. Has details with a partial government shutdown continuing? And no votes expected anytime soon one of the areas that is now being affected as cybersecurity and keeping us safe from hackers. Kirk Knutson is a cyber guy. He explains. Yeah. And we love by the way, what what happens when we finally wake up to the idea that in this country, the real core. People better at the defense of cybersecurity are the ones that should be paid more. Alrighty. And now, they're not getting a paycheck, and what's happening is there's a thing called the brain drain going on the US government. And that is when corporate structures come in there at this moment having an idea of saying, hey might be the perfect time to take away from the department of homeland security

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"knutson" Discussed on Athletico Mince

Athletico Mince

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"knutson" Discussed on Athletico Mince

"And at a party. It keeps me vital insane. Whenever the melts makes no sense to me whatsoever. I would like to go. And where did you meet yells at a K pup potty in Rochester? Harry and electrical item, very student and sense Moog it I recommend you post of the warranty without delay. And it should give you. Yes. A pleasure and satisfaction come on something fire it up. So some thing turns on his disco hope one. And this is what he plays. Burger you'll pick me up pig meal. Pick me up pick me up. All I didn't realize it would be so loud and Ramon chess. Erica Shantou righties apology note. Thirty I lots cacophony what's about you Tinky Winky. What did you get our winks forty eight Collins of pure ox piece? Everyone goes silent. Once then Debbie speaks as I meant to be joke. Because if it is it's in very, bad taste, and makes me speculate that you was hurt in Bravo. In key. Knutson truth me ex girlfriend. Rosie Senate me cushy, eight me goods hurry. It sounds like she just can't let go she needs to move on and live in the moment. Not the past Canaan living boss that were don't get upset about not gonna go friend in the past probably not been wanting future son thinks son, you should go k pop in Rochester. Don't be tough, son. It's his hacker that told it in back. He's a nice young man, and he'll find his sweeter. Once he gets his hair salted. What present. Did you get canine? Fucking.

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10 years ago, the App Store still didn’t understand what it meant to be mobile

Arizona's Morning News

01:41 min | 3 years ago

10 years ago, the App Store still didn’t understand what it meant to be mobile

"The two industries are competing against one another for that labor pool he says truckers pay is around forty five thousand a year but some bake much as a hundred grand and trucking companies are offering incentives signing bonuses training building safety bonuses and they're looking to hire now bob mcclay ktar news maybe you're interested in tech job or scenic knutson with robert half tells ktar their state of tech hiring and phoenix report reveals three quarters of tech hiring managers into the grow their teams by some of the top skills and demand we're seeing in phoenix our cloud computing cloud security database management cybersecurity you also says about eighty five percent of those hiring managers seem more tech workers moving to the valley apple's app store for iphone is celebrating its tenth birthday today early iphones might have had a web browser google maps and an icon you pushed to open email but we didn't call these things apps until two thousand eight when apple started advertising these scenarios that if you want to read a restaurant review with me there's an app for that has an app for that yeah that became not just an overused catchphrase but our technological reality ten years ago with the official opening of the app store and the release of the iphone three g back then the store had five hundred apps now two point one million making this part of that at a little closer to true for just about anything scott goldberg abc news ktar news time seven oh seven there are only five hundred apps ten years ago five hundred phone right now is there's five hundred apps just to deal with apps now here's detour dan and the valley chevy dealers traffic center all right is not been a terrible morning.

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Elon Musk, Jeffries and Ceo discussed on

02:17 min | 4 years ago

Elon Musk, Jeffries and Ceo discussed on

"Say let's start again let's bring back in the us global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm nancy lyons thanks dancing now with our other job stories i'm michael barr as we've been talking about all this morning british prime minister theresa may's cabinet held a two hour meeting about the uk's next move in dealing with syria and a suspected chemical weapons attack bloomberg's alex morales has more from london came ministers agreed on the need to respond to the alleged chemical weapons attack in syria over the weekend suggesting britain may participate in international military action against the regime of bashar al assad prime minister theresa may's cabinet agreed it was vital that the attack did not go unchallenged well not explicitly endorsing military action maze ministers agreed she should continue to work with the us and france to coordinate an international response they also agreed on the need to take action to create humanitarian distress and deter the use of chemical weapons by the syrian regime inland alex morales bloombergradio if you're a night owl you're not going to like this study researchers from england's university of surrey and northwestern university in chicago found that people who stay late are more likely to suffer from breathing and neurological disorders and diabetes the study's lead author kristen knutson is an associate professor of neurology at north western's feinberg school of medicine when important message from this is that night owls need to be aware that being a night owl could have health consequences so unfortunately you guys need to be a lot more vigilant about maintaining a healthy lifestyle researchers found that night owls at a ten percent increased risk of death during the six and a half years of the study the value of elon musk space x keep soaring according to pitchbook data the rocket maker is authorized a five hundred seven million dollar fundraising round at evaluation of about twenty five billion dollars that would make space x the third most valuable venture backed startup in the us after uber and airbnb tesla's ceo elon musk says the electric carmaker will be profitable and cash flow positive in the second half of the year must made his remarks on twitter early economists had tweeted jeffries estimates that tesla would need.

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