35 Burst results for "Krause"

Vejmelka logs shutout as Coyotes beat Hurricanes 4-0

AP News Radio

00:20 sec | Last week

Vejmelka logs shutout as Coyotes beat Hurricanes 4-0

"Made 36 days as the Arizona coyotes blank the Carolina hurricanes for nothing. Despite being outshot 14 one in the first period, Arizona found themselves ahead on the scoreboard one zero after a goal by Nick schmaltz. The coyotes added three more goals in the third period, including two by loss and Krause to seal the win. Dennis Cox, Raleigh, North Carolina.

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"krause" Discussed on TuneInPOC

TuneInPOC

03:07 min | 2 months ago

"krause" Discussed on TuneInPOC

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"krause" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:33 min | 8 months ago

"krause" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Sugar is very sweet The sugar is very sweet Krause says a concussion may also leave athletes hypersensitive to sounds To learn more her lab has been analyzing the electrical signals in areas of the brain that process auditory information You just need to put on a couple of scalp electrodes and stick some earbuds in a person's ear And play some sounds That reveals which sound processing areas in the brain have been affected by a head injury but researchers are only beginning to understand the problem Krause says most athletes recover from a concussion in a week or two For those with lingering symptoms she's experimenting with something called rhythm therapy The athlete needs to listen to sounds and kind of move their whole body so that they can align their movement with what their hearing a lot like dancing The idea is to strengthen the pathways that process sound The military is also studying the link between head injury and sound processing Melissa pepes is a research investigator at the veterans affairs national center for rehabilitative auditory research She says that during the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan the VA began to see something odd in military personnel We have all of a sudden this large influx of relatively young and middle aged people they're coming into our audiology clinics and saying hey I'm having problems hearing We test their hearing and they're hearing essentially looks normal Their ears are fine but their brains can't process what they're hearing Pepe says that like athletes with concussions they have trouble separating speech from background noise And she says they often have another symptom They have problems processing rapidly spoken speech even the rate that I'm speaking right now might be too rapid for some of these folks to actually process the information The scientists knew that the blast wave from a roadside bomb could cause a concussion So papa says they took a closer look at the patients who had trouble processing sounds And when we started looking into some of those cases it definitely seemed like brain injury and in particular blast exposure was really the main thing that was linking those things together Some veterans still have symptoms more than a decade after being exposed to a bomb blast and Pepe says researchers are trying to figure out whether exposure to lots of smaller blast waves can also affect certain military personnel So these are folks who fire shoulder mounted weapons or they are folks who are using explosive munitions to try to break through doors This sort of exposure is especially troubling because it can occur during training as.

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Wisconsin outlasts Colgate 67-60 as Davis leads comeback

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 9 months ago

Wisconsin outlasts Colgate 67-60 as Davis leads comeback

"The Wisconsin Badgers survived a scare from fourteenth seeded Colgate winning sixty seven sixty Stephen Krause three pointer around the eight minute mark put Wisconsin ahead to stay and Johnny Davis scored the team's final fourteen points that was a big shot by Steve and you know I feel like I've done it before but my teammates I have a lot of confidence in the sort of the coaches to be able to close the game out Davis finished with a game high twenty five Wisconsin meets eleventh seeded Iowa state on Sunday the cyclones picked off six feet Ellis you fifty nine fifty four third seeded Purdue had its way with Yale seventy eight fifty six on twenty two from Jaden ivy the boilers beat sixth seeded Texas they were eighty one seventy three winners over Virginia Tech Chuck Friedman the walkie

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Analyzing Kyle Rittenhouse's Defense Team With Jenna Ellis

The Dan Bongino Show

01:49 min | 1 year ago

Analyzing Kyle Rittenhouse's Defense Team With Jenna Ellis

"Bring up we were addressing in the last hour the ridiculous claims by the assistant DA there Krause Jim crows Who would somehow imply that Kyle rittenhouse was under some legal obligation to get into a fistfight with rosenbaum First in a Jedi again I'm not a lawyer that's obvious I wasn't investigated though I'm quite familiar with the law It's absurd It's like suggesting again Ray Lewis or Lennox Lewis or Mike Tyson approaches you in the street and throws up their hands and you're under an obligation to duke it out with him first before you pull a fire That is nowhere in the self defense code The essential component of many of them I don't know every single state law but the essence of it is you a reasonable person would be in fear of an SPI serious physical injury or death Is it not that's like the staple of self defense law in just about every state Absolutely And Wisconsin under waxing and I'm not an attorney in Wisconsin but that appears to be the same standard here And clearly the prosecutors were arguing bad points of law And this is where I think it's interesting that the defense didn't object And now closing arguments opening statements those aren't evidence And so you have to be careful as the defense training You don't want to object too much as if you think they're making a good point that you don't want the jury to hear But if I'm the defense attorney and I've done this before in trials is actually objecting to say wait a second That's a myth characterization of the law And just so we're clear judge would you reiterate And kind of put yourself on the side of the judge Like judge would you be helpful Because this guy is so bad he doesn't even understand that he's articulating the law terribly right now Could you please help the jury out thanks so much and make yourself look like you and the judge you know what you're talking about And that guy is a

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Prosecutor: Rittenhouse provoked the bloodshed in Kenosha

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Prosecutor: Rittenhouse provoked the bloodshed in Kenosha

"The defense and prosecution of made their closing arguments in the Wisconsin murder trial of Kyle Rittenhouse the teen who killed two protesters in August of twenty twenty summing up the trial as heard on court TV Canosa county assistant district attorney Thomas Bangor says Kyle Rittenhouse then seventeen was not the frightened child the defense portrayed when he brought a semi automatic weapon to a racial justice protests you're not allowed to run around point you're gonna pay defense attorney mark Richard says Rittenhouse only shot those who threatened him calling it self defense one with a skateboard one of his hands one of his feet one with a gun prompting this for a bottle from another prosecutor James Krause so much to tell the parents and grandparents and Santa Claus getting skateboards this Christmas about how they're giving their children a deadly weapon I guess they should get in a R. fifteen instead the judge has given instructions to the jury and they begin deliberations in the morning I'm Jackie Quinn

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International Scientists Say Booster Shots Are Not Necessary

Mark Levin

01:25 min | 1 year ago

International Scientists Say Booster Shots Are Not Necessary

"Story that broke a few hours ago. We're now we have international group of experts. Saying no if the experts among group opposing US booster shot plan The authors include two leading vaccine reviewers at the FDA. Doctors fill Krause and marrying Gruber, who recently announced they will be stepping down this fall. Among the other 16 authors are leading vaccine researchers in the US, Britain, France, South Africa and India. Plus scientists with the World Health Organization, which already has urged a more tournament boosters. In the US The White House has begun planning for boosters later this month of both the FDA and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention agree. Advisors to the FDA will weigh evidence about an extra fighter shot Friday to keep public meeting. Now the reason these two resigned and they are the two top experts at the FDA, not just to experts. Doctors fill Kraus man groupers, They said the Biden ministrations pressuring them. To approve the boosters. Georgetown University's Larry Gostin said the paper throws gasoline on the fire in the debate about whether most Americans truly need boosters whether the White House got ahead of the scientists. It's always a fundamental error process to make a scientific announcement before the public health agencies have acted and that's exactly what happened here is that Boston There's also a lawyer in public health specialists.

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"krause" Discussed on Bit Storm

Bit Storm

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"krause" Discussed on Bit Storm

"The newest episode has these two guys on where punching up this podcast. Okay it's a lot of funds loaded good times. Next week's episode is the fifty episodes on the channel. I get interviewed by oprah winfrey. That's right it's a real episode. That's coming out check it out. It's going to be great. It's good times it's fun is giving me the light. Trump is giving me the light. So i'm going to finish this off. Big boys dot com. Check it out and finally. We'd like to think. Kurt us for allowing us to use the song matt defines the containment failure for al starter and finisher everything week. That's right say. Thank you again for joining us this week. On big storm. Boys is what we call it the jungle. I'm i'm not. i'm not sold on that taught. I think we'll just go back to bit storm. Yeah we haven't done alex's valuation okay It's a yes from me okay. it's a no from me. I'm going to have to give the thumbs day off like you have a visual saying no and you're giving me a physical thunderstorm. Mice all yeah. I think i think the delight that we're getting and been edited around. The delay from antarctica is just a dealbreaker. You did send me here. Yeah it wasn't a content. Yeah it was good content but yet the delays just it's dealbreaker. You get from talking over the whole time. I mean edit a lot you feel like you grow up the dunce cap and then you find out. That may be a still there. That's good to find out. I mean my friend to find out. I'm leah. I'm scott and i'm alexander. Krause rough rough rough worth roof..

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"krause" Discussed on Bit Storm

Bit Storm

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"krause" Discussed on Bit Storm

"Welcome to beat storm. Boys a podcast by three guys. Who know everything about game where really funny. We're doing thing With me as always these. Trevor scott's fuck you and new co host all the way from talk together i think is alex alexander krause. Thank you honestly. This means a lot. Thank you for having me on your new co host. It's not it's not. We're having you all your team. We just decided that. In your own podcast. Yeah look you helped us that. We need to punch podcast. The decision was you were what was needed. So you yeah. And i now have a lot of this showers now that i have to fill in on. Sar you prescribing that a lot. Yeh tends to be. The diagnosis is listen to the podcast. And i'm like. I got to get in there. Yup so just in case you don't know we were. We were on i-it's podcast. The other day called big toe boys and that's from last week's episode. You can see all about it. He helped us really jazzed fucker up you know he i'm going to be a little stinker and so he's he's now moved to antarctica. He's calling in all the way from there and he's you co host and we're just going to see how it goes. He's on a trial basis at the moment to get off the trial basis. Yes yes my. I first thing i'd like to do. We'll do a review at the end of the episode. Perhaps and we'll give you some feedback and we'll make we'll not take it. Okay well well. We're glad that you moved all the way down to antarctica as we discussed in your podcast. We said that was that was something that we we wanted. An international civil podcasts things to get that international audience so to have an international hot cow is probably the best thing that we could have done. More humid than you'd expect. Yeah and i seem. I think it is it. Is it six months of nine or the six months of diet the moment it's like a flashing. Oh just constant deny denied that. Don't tell you it's not like they're not to visit a yellow flight. Six months averages light six months averages dogs at the moment outside is just like a potty. I mean cold call. It's very penguins or paula. Paula's a remember which ones that which end of the earth animals companions companions would some words. I'd say i've seen..

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Jennifer Horn Was in a "Radiophonic Foursome" With Ben Shapiro

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Jennifer Horn Was in a "Radiophonic Foursome" With Ben Shapiro

"It true that you are in a radio. Phonic foursome with ben shapiro for awhile. Yeah so the story kind of continues on you know. I'm doing this national morning show. That was the first job that i had and really getting more involved in politics and kind of met up with with our big boss here at salem radio by chance at a christmas party for another radio station at the wabc christmas party in new york and allow people from salem to the wabc. Christmas party did that day. Intelligence mission was an undercover reconnaissance. It was that's what we were doing. we were spies. We were wired for sound but it was very funny so i talked to our big boss here. At salem radio fill boys and we had a great conversation he said i might be looking for someone. How far away is glendale from your house in los angeles and so i started filling in a bid. Now they went into a different direction. They have the show at three person. Show alicia krause. Ben shapiro and dip brian whitman and unfortunately for the three of them in two thousand sixteen none of them liked trump. And i really kind of i don't wanna say fell in love. It wasn't like a romantic love. But i really saw the appeal of president trump. From that moment that he came down the escalator. I knew he was tapping into something important. He had this. He had this message. He was brave enough to talk about immigration. Which i hadn't seen anyone in our party do before and as someone who lives in california. I knew this immigration problem was not only affecting us but the entire country and he talked about it and he wasn't afraid and he talked in a language that people could understand. And so i got it. And i would start talking about it on the show that i was hosting at salem radio the jenin don show up time. That's where we met seb when through. Don dick's my partner on that program and so the program director at the station said you know you've been doing some fillon here. Why don't you come in and just temporarily be a fourth person in the room. And so there were four of us on that morning show and three of them did not like

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"krause" Discussed on The Coachable Podcast

The Coachable Podcast

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"krause" Discussed on The Coachable Podcast

"It's hard to wrap that that idea on something so little can have such a huge impact. It's so true. And and i want to take this conversation now because we're talking about stress and we're talking about the implications that trust can have on our nervous in our body i know and i've heard that ninety percent of illness is scott by stress at a lot of what takes us to. The doctor is ultimately rooted in unstressed. Can you talk about how stress is rude. Really the root of a lot of illness if not all the illness that we experience. I actually believe that if you go back and really tease out. When someone starts to have something go awry we can usually find a series of stressors built up before it and the way that it works is legitimately the sympathetic nervous system. So folks we're talking about paris pathetic pathetic. You've probably heard toy talk about it. Before it's the on onomic nervous system. When i taught anatomy and physiology i be like automatic is their auto pilot. And so if we're in autopilot mode a lot in not kinda calling awareness to ourselves. Our body stays in sympathetic because we're driven to get away from bears. We are driven to get away from any type of predator now are bears may not be true bears. They may be paper various. They may be you know co worker. Bears family bears whenever they may be. But what's happening is you're nervous system from the brain all the way throughout your body. You have this wiring. And that's the automatic. Ought onomic ervices must hockey about and it goes to every single one of your organs. So that's why a lot of ideas suitable bowel syndrome..

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"krause" Discussed on The Coachable Podcast

The Coachable Podcast

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"krause" Discussed on The Coachable Podcast

"I'm having trouble just getting through the day. i can't get through a workout. That's kind of number one number twos gut issues so whether it's acid reflux whether it's diarrhea constipation you name it. That is like the next biggest one and then insomnia would be like if i round out the top three. That's like on repeat and then hormones come in after that and it kind of goes in some gamut of maybe a whole national forest us but those would be my top four of what folks are coming in. And then of course because acupuncture is a lot of pain too. But usually it's like fatigue insomnia gut issues and then my runs are jacked up and what are the most. I would imagine and correct me if i'm wrong..

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"krause" Discussed on The Coachable Podcast

The Coachable Podcast

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"krause" Discussed on The Coachable Podcast

"We'd talk of al everything from high functioning. Adhd and how trauma can actually create the effects of adhd in the body as well as how stress can cause and is the cause of almost all illness and disease that shows up in our life. Also what do you do if you're experiencing pain in your body. We talk about how you can use the chinese medicine acupuncture to relieve that stress. She is so experienced and knowledgeable and wise. And i'm so excited to share this conversation because it is so critical in the world that we live in today how many of us are just walking around surviving living in in just overwhelming amounts of stress anxiety. And all the ways that we're trying to cope and self medicate to get by. It's not working and likely if you're here and you're listening to this show today. You might be nodding your head and saying yeah. I need an alternative. I need something else. Because i am burnt out. I am my hair fallen out. I'm pulling it out. 'cause i'm overwhelmed my kids or worker boss you name it. There is no shortage of things to have to deal with and many of them are overwhelming. And this conversation is so important because it's going to provide you with some tangible things that you can do to really start getting a handle on your stress and managing it in a really healthy way. So i'm very excited for you guys to hear from dr janina krause. So let's jump into this episode. All right dr janine. Thank you so. Much for joining negotiable podcast. I'm really glad to have you here for this conversation. My pleasure tori. We're gonna have some fun. Yeah you are the first naturopathic doctor to come on the show. So you are pumping the coach gus. Jerry with that. And i'm really excited because i think this is a much needed conversation to be had not just here but anyway that i can get the message out about alternative healing modalities to help us..

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"krause" Discussed on The Coachable Podcast

The Coachable Podcast

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"krause" Discussed on The Coachable Podcast

"All right dr janine. Thank you so. Much for joining negotiable podcast. I'm really glad to have you here for this conversation. My pleasure tori. We're gonna have some fun. Yeah you are the first naturopathic doctor to come on the show. So you are pumping the coach gus. Jerry with that. And i'm really excited because i think this is a much needed conversation to be had not just here but anyway that i can get the message out about alternative healing modalities to help us. Heal from the inside out. I'm all about it Because that's the mission that i'm on and i know that the people listening to this show are interested in as well because after living through the last two years that we've all been through in you know as well as i do. That stress levels are are preyed ti. I would. I would love to know from your perspective. What as a doctor. What have you as the implications of what we've just all experienced with with ovid and everything else especially when it comes to our stress man a couple of interesting things you know a lot of people come in. They're like i'm fine. Everything's fine kind of like that. T shirt everything's great. Yeah like okay. Yeah your face is not telling me that and we get a lot of like. I've had so much more downtime. And then it's like yeah. I've been home with some downtime. But i've been working with the kids and doing home schooling or i've been trying to figure out how to do my work at home and i don't have an office. Su there's all these weird stressors that kind of came into play and then they were like and this is probably the biggest implication for most women. The kitchen is right. There and things in that refrigerator are talking to me and my pantry and things that have been in there for months. That tastes like cardboard. Want me to eat them. So most of most of the biggest complaint. I'm getting from voces is coveted. Ten fifteen twenty dare. I say forty people

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Why Your Stress Is Killing You With Dr. Jannine Krause

The Coachable Podcast

02:07 min | 1 year ago

Why Your Stress Is Killing You With Dr. Jannine Krause

"All right dr janine. Thank you so. Much for joining negotiable podcast. I'm really glad to have you here for this conversation. My pleasure tori. We're gonna have some fun. Yeah you are the first naturopathic doctor to come on the show. So you are pumping the coach gus. Jerry with that. And i'm really excited because i think this is a much needed conversation to be had not just here but anyway that i can get the message out about alternative healing modalities to help us. Heal from the inside out. I'm all about it Because that's the mission that i'm on and i know that the people listening to this show are interested in as well because after living through the last two years that we've all been through in you know as well as i do. That stress levels are are preyed ti. I would. I would love to know from your perspective. What as a doctor. What have you as the implications of what we've just all experienced with with ovid and everything else especially when it comes to our stress man a couple of interesting things you know a lot of people come in. They're like i'm fine. Everything's fine kind of like that. T shirt everything's great. Yeah like okay. Yeah your face is not telling me that and we get a lot of like. I've had so much more downtime. And then it's like yeah. I've been home with some downtime. But i've been working with the kids and doing home schooling or i've been trying to figure out how to do my work at home and i don't have an office. Su there's all these weird stressors that kind of came into play and then they were like and this is probably the biggest implication for most women. The kitchen is right. There and things in that refrigerator are talking to me and my pantry and things that have been in there for months. That tastes like cardboard. Want me to eat them. So most of most of the biggest complaint. I'm getting from voces is coveted. Ten fifteen twenty dare. I say forty people

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Ty Majeski & Aric Almirola Set to Compete in Arca Midwest

The Final Lap

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Ty Majeski & Aric Almirola Set to Compete in Arca Midwest

"Recent nascar cup series winner. Eric merola is gonna be racing tonight. And the arca midwest tour at wisconsin international raceway. Look for him in the number. Five four for wauters motorsports in the two hundred fifty lap feature other nascar. Notables in the field include johnny solder derek krause and defending race wintertime.

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"krause" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"krause" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Did a schroeder is not the answer is we just saw who ryan holland with the big take. They're trying to get chris. Paul to the lakers. We got more on that coming up in a bit but right now a guy who. I'm sure would like to see chris. Paul on the lakers and maybe could pull together. Forty four million dollars to get chris paul to not play in the finals. Dennis krause color analyst for home games. Were walkie bucks radio network also pre game show host for the green bay. Packers joins us now on hotline. Dennis good morning. How's it going. I'm doing great good to be with you all right. So tell me going in here to gain going in here to game to ryan and i talked about this the past few minutes is it as much for the bucks as hey. Let's sell out to stop. Chris paul because if we don't he's just going to continue to kill us over the course of the series. Yeah it's interesting. You know the the knock on the bucks in past years was that they didn't switch enough and now the knock is. They're switching to much and obviously chris. Paul and devon booker had their way with mid range. Shot One thing i know about this bucks team is. They've done a good job of adjusting after losing game. One of series They lost game one to brooklyn. They lost game two to brooklyn by thirty nine points. Then they lost game one at home to atlanta. They won both those series so they know the series is not over that they know they also have to do some things differently than they did in game one against the sun's so it will be fascinating for me to see what they do in game two tonight. Hey dennis durant highlands ear Great to be with you. How big is this for janas. How how does how do the bucks fans kinda see this. I know the a lot of people had some moments. Got down on janas saying well. He's not a closer he's not this he's not that but you know he's kind of injured in it's bittersweet that now he's injured but on the other end he's in the nba finals. What's just kind of the feeling around janas. It would with the bucks and and just even in the city itself. I think he honest is really beloved in milwaukee wisconsin more than he is around the country. 'cause you gotta remember this is a guy who Turned away a chance to enter free agency and signed to stay in milwaukee and that that that brought him a lot of love if he didn't have it already east. He's universally loved in in milwaukee wisconsin and and you know to say he can do no wrong is probably a little bit strong but i think the fact that he was even out there in game one just a week after hyper extending a knee tells you a lot about him. He's a fast healer. He's a fierce competitor One hundred percent right now only he could tell you that but i'm sure he is He he probably dealing with more pain than he wants to let on but he wants to be out there for his team. He knows that you know trips to the nba. Finals are precious. And he doesn't want this one to slip away. He said yesterday that he came out of game one pretty good and he hopes to be able to do more things in game two on the court. I think the bucks did a smart thing by having an over ball as much in game one That he does usually when he's healthy and that kind of takes some of the wear and tear off but it also he knows Limit some of his effective because a lot of the times he's most effective is when he can kinda as he says go downhill and and slash into the lane with his power. So we'll see what he has to offer in game too but Just speaking personally. I don't think he has anything to prove to people Around this state about who he is now. There might be some questions around the nation about you. Know whether he's jordan pippen and i mean we've heard that for years but He he's. he's beloved in wisconsin. When it comes to free throws he spent a lot of time talking about that the last couple of days. We really surprising how opening is about how he knows that everybody is counting. When he's taking his free throws and look he's not been good from the line he says. Yeah you know. I hear it a little bit but then i kind of lock in and focus and i hear him say that dennison i go old. Is he really locked in and focused if he's telling us how much hearing everybody counting and he knows what's going on at the line. Well it's interesting you know. There's a couple of ways he could approach this. When asked about it he could say you know. I don't know what you're talking about. And pretend like he doesn't know he goes the other way. So yeah. I hear it and kind of tries to have fun with that now. let's be honest. He's not a good free. Throw shooter with the chance or without the chance. I it's it's been problem for now. In the second half of the season he was better But in the playoffs the members have not been great. And you say well is it. Is it a mental thing. Now it it'd be hard to say it isn't The chance. I'm sure he hears he acknowledges that here's the chance seemed to be a little bit fast because most times. He seems to release it when they say eleven. Or twelve but The fact of the matter is he's going through a routine that he thinks works for him. i think until he hits pressure. Free throws to help seal a finals game. The questions will continue But you know we've seen this before with other great players whether it be shack or whether it'd be wilted it's almost like okay. You can do so many things very well. We're going to give something you can't do. Great and for him. It's re- throws. How big is chris metals. And been and can this team win without him having a major performance in the nba finals. We know jaanus is played. Well in you know the books of laws do some of his monster performances but how well in how important is. Chris middleton to this equation because like you said you touched on a little bit is who's who's jordan. Who's pippin who's who you know. Where do you stand. Well i think you make a good point about Middleton's importance than i've figured is underscored with the honest not being one hundred percent Does chris middleton have to have a twenty three point quarter like he had against atlanta. No but i don't think he can be three for eighteen either For the bucks to win in this series so I would say to you that he needs to be who he is. Which is a very good player and olympian two. Time all star a guy who i think for whatever reason has been somewhat Overlooked and maybe he doesn't he doesn't Self promote he's a second round pick. Who was essentially throw in the brandon knight brandon jennings deal from detroit and he's turned into a terrific player He can go off on you and when he gets hot as we've seen it's it's fun to watch. He does have nights where he doesn't have it and so the the shooting percentage isn't isn't always great but i think for the bucks to answer your question for the bucks to win the series. He has to be more on than off and he has to have some big efforts. Especially if you're honest is curtail. All right dennis. Lastly you're gonna finish the nba finals. And you're gonna go right to training camp for the packers. Pre-game show host for the packers radio network. When you get to camp. Is aaron rodgers going to be there I wish i knew i. My guess is no My guess is that this is going to stretch out a little bit into the regular season. And they're going to see what they have in jordan love now. It's possible That roger shows up and pulls the russell wilson essentially says. I don't know you know the media made more this. I wasn't really that. I i guess that's possible that he's there in late july when when camp opens but I'm i'm thinking this is going to stretch on awhile. Because the aaron rodgers. I know and i i don't pretend to be a close confidante friend but the aaron rodgers i know Hold onto things. He'd he doesn't just Forgive and forget quickly. So i think whatever problems there are there certainly must be some with backers management. I just don't see him putting that all to the side and suddenly showing up for training camp and saying everything's fine. You can follow me on twitter at dennis. Kraus's e one. That's at dennis crazzy dennis. Thanks a bunch. Enjoy the games. We'll talk to you saying dennis.

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"krause" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"krause" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"About this. No i i am is i- bittersweet though i wanted to see johnny b. Pro of you know. Apparently maybe he didn't get the feedback that he liked to have gotten Dern tests in the water. But i think is this was an amazing i can imagine a top about a blistering year through kovic for johnny douzaine. He transfers from kentucky. Where things don't work out he gets the. Ucla sits out a part of the season and then leads a plan team into the final four and then just put his name in the draft. So there's literally been nonstop for johnny douzaine. So i don't i you know what he probably just said you know. Let me come back one year. And see what i can do with with with the year under my belt how i can improve and and what can happen but mike you talk about a story dude. First of all everybody coming back next year. I mean they're going to be everybody's picked to get to the final four so it'd be oh. Ucla gonzaga again either. We everybody's pick they have everybody coming back to mcdonald's all american coming in they start that four guard offense that makes it really difficult to defend especially when you get to the tournament and teams. Haven't seen that dude. I i would. I would be doing what you're doing. I'd be standing on the street corner. Yellen final four two man. I'm yelling championship. this is i mean seriously. This team just needed a bit depth. Maybe one rest came a a charge. Call away or a literally a heave from half court away from having a chance to advance so you know. I covered the bruins at college basketball all season long. So i mean this is. This is exciting but you know how rare is is. Jason is see where guys actually come back to school right. Well let me let me throw this agile because because this is a curveball for you here now because here you have the first guy who says i'm coming back with all the name image likeness going on the past few days now. The college kids can make money off their name image and likeness and look derek quarterback from miami. I think has already made like three hundred thousand dollars. These unlike everything. How much of this is juzeng going. Okay well. I'm kinda iffy in the pros if i come back. Hey i'm in los angeles i. I could really do some things. I could make some money here. we're getting upwards of maybe six figures of doing things being able to do name image and likeness and. Hey alright. I'll come back for one more year because i'll make a decent amount of money you know my if i'm not drafted high enough my rookie contracts not going to be guaranteed so i'm gonna come back here and i'm gonna make some cash over the course of the next year and maybe jews zang's the first of a few guys who decide to do that because you know all right. I'm kind of iffy. There's no big deal for me. Waiting to go to the pros if i wait one more year right like i'll either improve my draft stock or my draft. Stock won't go anywhere. If i'm going to be a borderline first round pick next year. I may as well come back. Make some money have another great year of college basketball. Then i can go to the pros and you can be anymore right with this like Now you know seriously. You couldn't be because jews could make more money being the man at ucla after the year that they had and all the alumni and boosters and you know ban wagoner's also will shout them out to are going to be coming out the woodwork. And you know being the man in l. It's like okay. Well you got you got over there then. You got lebron and and hair. I'm the college face you know and Evan mobile the mobile brothers are both out of school now. So as far as you know l. A. basketball johnny. Douzaine is number three on that list. So i'm asking. I'm absolutely with him coming back and and i see it in a different light now. I didn't even think that. I just was thinking basketball. But yeah he couldn't make more. I'm not sure whether rookie let's say gets drafted in the second round. I mean maybe maybe it's a half a mill in the league. I'd have to do the research there. He could pull that in college. Envy the man and be the man. Okay now how. How jealous are you about. Or i shouldn't say gel. I should say how do you feel. That's what we call a leading question. How do you feel about now that here's athletes. Who can make this name. Image and likeness stuff compared to when when you were in. You couldn't do that. I mean look. You walked away with a lot of sweet gear. Don't get me wrong. You wear different. Ucla gear every single day. All the teams you played for in the nba. It's like today's going to be. Oh what do i wear. Today's my clippers day. Today's this day. How do you feel now are you. Are you all the way happy for the players. Is there a little bit of jealousy or is it all and hey they can make what they wanna make. Oh no no. Don't get me wrong. I would love to take my back pay. I wasn't the cover a one of those. Ncwa games but i was on the back distinctly on the back cover of one of those video games. Okay i would love backpay jealous. No not i'm excited. I am thrilled. But yeah man when you really realize the money that was swirling around you or that you know. My coach was making a couple okay. Mic coach was making a couple million dollars. Okay to coach. But you know we. We had to play for the love of the game. He didn't coach for the love of the game. But we did it for the love of the game at university. They didn't they didn't do it for the love of athletics. Birth for student athletes the love of basketball. Nah they did it for the money. Okay and we made our run. Ucla found a way to capitalize off of it. So i'm excited for these young man. I think more is to come because we're starting name image and likeness but there is money in college sports. there's money that's swirling around so these kids should be seeing. You know some level of base paycheck. You know 'cause let's say let's say. Let's be honest jason. Let's say. I'm a baseball player. Third-string baseball player. I'm still sacrifice my body. So i think there should be a level of pay their a base level of pay Much like you know in the nba. We we would get like a licensing check right And amongst that licensing check and you can have your own separate deals. There's a base like you know. Twenty five thousand dollars or something that you just got for being on. Everyone got that and to me. That's a that's a that's a big thing for. Maybe it's you know the licensing should be split up or some type of revenue sharing through all athletes because there is so much money coming in. But if i'm gonna guy that. I'm still sacrificing my bobby my body or girl an athlete. You should be compensated ryan. Look i'm glad you're here What did you wanna talk about today. Coach you're making like two million dollars a year man and and we're not making anything on. I'm glad you came in here. I have tracksuit for you. That is brand new adidas. You're gonna love it. It's kind of got the pleat down the center of the pants which is kind of. Why don't you take this right here and you know. Hey good meeting all right. I'll see you practice in about an hour right here. take this. let me let me know if it doesn't fit you. I got other sizes. Can you send anybody else. Who's upset about not getting money you know in you know jay in all seriousness. Though what happens is the star player gets paid. All guys that are automated university. They're getting paid under the table from the boosters from the coaches from whoever so with them getting paid and then making money not making money making under the table money. Now you become a servant to your coacher servants. Those boosters in the illegal activity almost has to come in because these kids aren't making money or some of them unfortunately jason. Let's be honest at a very young station in their lives. They are the main provider in their households. They've been paid to play you basketball even paid since high school. You know so. These kids have to keep up and it's ugly side of sports in which we can do away with hopefully and say. Hey you wanna get paid to come to kentucky come. Ucla come to you know even pepper nine. We'll we'll get you a deal with the local gas station man. We'll we'll get you on the cover you'd be the face of it and we'll we'll we'll be set you up with the marketing and that's how we'll get you to the university rather than something under the table happening just is going to clean the game because jason. I'm gonna tell you one thing or not whether it's legal or illegal..

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Castro's 2-Run Single in 9th Rallies Nats Past Phils 13-12

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Castro's 2-Run Single in 9th Rallies Nats Past Phils 13-12

"Starling Castro hit a go ahead two run single off closer Hector Neris in the ninth giving the nationals a wild thirteen twelve triumph over the Phillies it was the first game in major league history that featured a grand slam and a three run Homer for each team Josh bell followed in remote countries slammed with one of his own as the nationals overcame deficits of five nothing nine five in twelve eleven if you do this you know shore we're going off the way he's been doing it and you know I I get one and you know Castro comes there then after that you know if you look on it was definitely a lot of phone Krause were hit Washington's three run Homer and Travis Jankowski had one from Philadelphia Bryce Harper also connected for the Phillies when the pitcher Tanner Rainey got the last two outs in the eighth there is blue is fifty save in fifteen chances I'm Dave Ferrie

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"krause" Discussed on AmigosPC

AmigosPC

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"krause" Discussed on AmigosPC

"Yeah they should bullshit like whatever handicap handicap right like if that was like a tesla wheelchair. That'd be like all right. That's all right. Yeah yeah but whatever a wheels wheel. In my opinion. I guess you one place to another but So i am scared to like play online right because they hear my. I hear my rambo yelling all the time. And that's how when a here that. That's what i think's going to happen me so like i. I have On my computer. I play like this f. One twenty twenty like formula one racing right gain. Okay so would do the career mode and stuff like that all that good stuff But i would never play online. Because i was scared i yelled added. And that's that's shitty feeling bra. That's like getting heckled by your kid. You know well you got when you got a twelve year old telling you ship it makes you wanna go to european shitty situation man. I'm not trying to put myself in that. So i went on twitch right and i created as pate and creating a name for your twitches like harder than naming your first four kit okay like it really is so so like me being the down answer i am. I came up with i. Yeah a coffee. Sucks right to something so stupid. And so i was wanting to see what other lake call. Twitter's know what they're called like coped twit castors. I don't i don't know. I don't even know the call so i started like following one right and i clicked on it. And he's playing live and he was like double wave. Battery coffee sucks. Thanks for follow. Like i gotta think of new fucking nate. That's gamers are going to think. I'm talking about batteries. Copy exactly i think they call themselves Tweezers do is that what it. Yeah right because they're just tweaking staying up all night. Yes he gets he. They all live in an age. That's funny fucking age. Aj i live. Close that's why not in aj. I'm making. It's actually like china. Build it up right. Yeah 'cause off. People move from california is a desert flames there strip club notion. He's looking around. You don't know it must be. Yeah that's funny. You mentioned that place though so long. It's been like fifteen years than there. You went there. I did a win and let's just say it was a wednesday which is probably a saturday. Hold for the that place to but it was greatest. Fa hooters just glitter and failure is what desert flame as a true. There is no eight group. Work constitute constitutes eight crew of teeth. A fico score whatever may just right three hundred scores. Sat scores on to med school. They have to be able to know their their real name. Not stage name right right. That could be right. Candy told me with an i. Not a y. Yeah yeah. I remember one time. Mcc and i was going from the class of girl was walking by and hot and Some guy was walking by and say hey sapphire. She's like looking like this. And i'm like smell. I slow down my wheelchair. Because i want to know like sapphire south of sapphire and so then. He's like yes sapphire right from league girls and and her boyfriend or some dude as her i. I don't think it was her boyfriend with some guy so fucking embarrassed and she tried to play off right and then she kept walking and the guy was like. Fuck you on buying you drink. Next time i was just like he. s tried. yeah at first. she's doing. She's putting herself through college. She's literally doing what. God bless her. Her lake had vegas one time. And i i just got there with my buddy and we're checking in and i was playing this like wheel of fortune type game right and like like the thing took off right in this role locked up to me. She's like oh my god you just want a bunch of money and i was like your fucking right one money. I just wanted thirty five dollars. That's like half a buffet right and.

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"krause" Discussed on AmigosPC

AmigosPC

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"krause" Discussed on AmigosPC

"Parents have never had a disability in their family. You're just dealing with it and to the one common i always get is that you know. It's great to see that even though you're disabled you still get up there and you still have fun and you still do what you do And then you get the special. Ed teachers that right. I have not tested to my class. You're told a joke about you. Know like what's his name. Gary know him so that one you know to them. I don't talk to. Yeah but i have had some people get upset and it's rightfully so but i mean it's it's they can feel however they want but i'm not going to change i am. I'm still going to do the shit. And i did cancel you canceled but whatever like i just wanna stay true to who i am. You're a wheeling fast passed so they changed that they changed that some years. Some guy in florida was renting himself out to families and was just going to disneyland. They would pay him like five hundred bucks today and he would go and cut them online and then just like yesterday your family with white. And now they're indian or whatever and is lake yes so they ended up getting busted so they ended up changing the whole fast. Pass thing for you know. Disabled people and We actually went to disneyland right before cove and happened. because my ramp daughter. I have a ramp kids. We all say the words step in my house. Kinda let that sink in now and takes a minute for people But no she was doing a dance. Her dance group Got chosen dancer. So we went out and it was literally like colby just died. And you know and then Cova was coming around and you only saw like one or two people wearing a mask you know at disney and news just like you would see all the lines and i remember because i can't ride all the rides you know and I remember sitting there waiting for my family. They were all in like pires care. Being in the line was like half a mile. And hey. I didn't have my phone because i would take a picture of. And then like somebody in this lines got coded not you know. Just people walking around shoulder shoulder and then a week later that changed and Ship just waited. We re just say five grand for before we were talking earlier saying that the most happiest place. I mean when you have kids like when you take kids with you. It's just such an expensive fun time. Yeah yeah i mean it really is and then yeah i mean. There's so many people. Because i used to live in california and i remember going as a kid and i never remember having like stand in line for an hour and a half to get on dumbo right. Now it's just ridiculous and then you people just running around. They get the stupid fast passes and run into people and stuff. We wrote a mountain. Two minutes bro. You're universal studios. Still here he ain't got fucking make but yeah cutting lines coal spun. You all can't get away with so before you talked about We were talking about Opening up with tammy and we've been avid. kpd listeners. Since i can remember in that's where we first heard of you recently coming on key. Pd telling your jokes know. Interacting with the show and things like that And even then back when we first started. I'm talking to usa decade. Maybe you were still your opening for larger clubs. I think stand up live. Just maybe it opened or or been opened a couple of years. Honestly you know doing like a feature or a headline something along those lines. How does that process work. When when you have a bigger name like tammy come into town and is it just like you have a bat phone or or. I wish i'd be rich. I wanna be living in a trailer park right now. If i had a i had a bad shit. You know. I i when i first started and i been doing about fifteen years when i first started. It was through comedy class. I was studying a district comedy class. And then through that. At that time the only real club was like the baked club was the improv. And before i started doing comedy. I would go and see comics. And that's where the the extra push to like. I literally remember watching jim. Breuer just destroy the room and sitting there. And and i'm like man. I want wanna do that one day. You know. I think the pulse to do it. Why not can't feel them anyways. Let's let's do it in kicked in the nuts right in so That's just a few billion times right But then it was the whole goal listed performance improv. So then i ended up by jusuf chance. I mean i would. I would go and hang out at the club. I would do some comedy contests and dan murder. At the time of the honor he would see me and then went.

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"krause" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"krause" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"Us out and we put a lot of stress on ourselves because of it because we'll tend to you know have some negative self talk around not that nature cheer but yes taking the sleeping out aspect off your plate and letting someone else view can be really really really useful and on so many levels exactly well speaking of that if people want to find more about you if they wanna work with you if they want to find you on instagram and any freebies that you may have weirdo may find online at dr j. krause indeed dot com. I'm seeing patients every single day. Here in tacoma washington in renton washington. So i have to practices here. I also do some online programs on a limited basis and you can find me on instagram and see my personality and all the goofy things i do throughout the day at doctored the rj. Krause and d- Actually just dr j. crowds no one one. My website soccer j cross indeed dot com. And then i do have a freebie. It's called manage stress naturally and we will get vow link over to dina so that she could put it in the podcast notes but yet check it out. I do quite a few videos in there to help you. Just what. I talked about today. Getting the basics down starting to track. What's going on and just really starting to identify what is setting you off and what is causing the kind of what's that root cause of of your issues 'cause more you know about yourself the more you pay attention to your body's triggers for more you're going to be able to start to identify. Put the pieces together to get your plan. That's gonna work in also is going to be sustainable. Because if you know about your triggers and you know something might trigger you now you can prepare for it so preparedness sustainability. That's we're all about helping you to get figuring out yourself and moving forward awesome. Well thank you so much for coming on. This is really enjoyable. And i love nursing out about the nervous system. So thank you for allowing me time. I probably could talk for hours and hours on that. So if you want out again bring it on love that thank you. Hey there thanks for listening to the real talk with dana. Podcast with me. Your host dana. Obviously and i just want to say you're the best. If you enjoyed the show please share it with your family and friends. Maybe send a five star rating and review on itunes. Or wherever you. Listen to your podcasts. Why would you do that. You ask because this helps more people find the show so that we can spread the food and body piece word diet culture and the unrealistic beauty standard. That make us all feel like we need to shriek ourselves with food and exercise. In order to be worthy in the world which sucks for discussion on the show episodes. If you wanna requesting cast are ask a question if you'd like some support please join the non diet community on facebook which is a free group where you can go get some community and support. I'll see you over there and see you next week..

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Jane Krakowski is NOT dating the MyPillow guy

Who? Weekly

03:32 min | 2 years ago

Jane Krakowski is NOT dating the MyPillow guy

"Jane kiosque is dating. Famed architect david rockwell. Not the my pillow guy. She basically was like. I'm dating someone now. I have to tell everyone who is. Because i've to fight this information and a half to say we've got a few calls we did. If there's a few sources that we have now that told us that i'm pretty sure that's it was fake news and now i'm kind of like confused as to why the daily mail published it like what was their kind of weird. Wha how does it benefit them. Because now he's suing them for like seventy five thousand dollars or something. That's like defamation. But as another person called in and explain what you've explained to me in the past where it's like you can't say that it hurt you unless it was actually harmful gossip to you. He's claiming that it was harmful and has specific details that are harmful to him. But you can't just be like. I'm suing because he said i'm in a relationship. It has to be harmful to your reputation in a way right. I mean again not a lawyer but it just seems like it's going to be if not hard entertaining to see how someone claims that being rumored to be in a relationship with a pretty universally beloved celebrity people by and large light car. How is this defamatory for a rumor. Maybe daily mail was just like we know that this is the case. We're going to take the chance and just go for it even though this probably might be falsely might get sued in this guy's very rich and he has enough money to sue us if anything. It's damaging for her reputation to dating him and she's seems to have laughed at off based on her statement but is she laughing it off when they're leaking actual boyfriend to the fix clearly serious. I mean there's clearly there's like strategy here like why do we give a shit who jim krause. Geus dating at this point. Who is this guy who literally who cares. And that's what she's been working with this whole time. Basically who cares. I love this lead. Though a bizarre report that actress page six complaining about the daily mail. It's like we're all. These are both i arms of the same tree branches of the your your cousin first cousin. Although i always complain about my cousins. So i get. that's true. A bizarre report. That actress. Jane creek hausky had an affair with my pillow guy. Mike lindell was fiercely. Shot down now page. six can exclusively revealed. The thirty rock star has been sharing more elegant pillow. Talk with famed architect david rockwell. It truly is do you. And i bet what happened which i think is just so funny to me. I bet page six already knew this information but no one cares jim hausky stating he just an architect. I bet jane's people were like well. You just publish. Jane is dating a now. it's relevant or they just were like oh pages like we actually know her boyfriend is. Let's just publish it again. Because it's relevant. You know what i mean. It's funny because the news is coming off as like. Oh look who. She's dating now. It's like she's been dating this guy for like what three years two year like for a significant amount of time since two thousand and nineteen according to this okay so enough time two years one year basically. And they're like let's like time to drop this this news now that she's relevant. I just think that's so funny because otherwise why would we have this. Like who care. And i would believe that because they're proof even as they as you scroll down. It's like she's been pictured with this guy many times so it's just like she's not really trying to hide a relationship. It's just not i don't really care with that. And now that this other thing came out they care he seems fine. Whatever like it doesn't surprise me. At all his stuff is cool. Like i went to his website rockwell through dot com rockwell like a fancy various steamed architect. Who designs really cool like spaces. It's not like house. It's like public spaces and businesses in school. I don't know it looks like a fancy pants architect itself. Funny

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"krause" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

The Toxin Terminator

07:52 min | 2 years ago

"krause" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

"High. Can you talk a little bit right now. Maybe i'm disrupting the whole process here but Ripple effects i am a firm believer in ripple effects. I'm a firm believer. I used to operate in this mentality. That i had to make these big sweeping changes. I had having extreme. You know a to be aid z. Nothing in between right now. We're just going to go from here to here. And i would sale because i wasn't taking you know. Cd efg steps. I was trying to go here to here. And then i would get that perpetual loop going in all your failure. You can't do this look at you. You try you know blah blah blah. And what i realized for me was that is just one little thing little thing. That's not overwhelming. That's not broad sweeping that. I can do to make an impact in when i repeat that every single day it has this compound effect absolutely. You're you're going right into where. I was headed there with with a repeating Repetition yeah see. It's all about the mechanic base. Just have to get the reps in But yeah it ripple effect it goes back to your your gratitude journal. This is why gratitude journals really are useful. A lot of people might think they're super cheesy. I'll be honest. I was like not doing that. But when i looked at there at i was like. Oh wow look at this. Yesterday i achieved this yesterday. I did that so celebrating. Your little wins being thankful for your little wins. You know maybe your goal is to stop being so grumpy this is you know changing your mindset in changing your how you think is not something. That's going to be like boom overnight. You have to actually buy into it. And where that gratitude journal comes in is like that's like gold because you can see every single day your little victory same thing for weight loss. I deal with a lot of patients are like. It's been a week and i haven't lost ten pounds and i'm like whoa okay. Well you know in a perfect world You might lose one or two a week. And what other things have you done. They're like well. I'm drinking water every day. And i'm doing this. I'm like why are we not celebrating this. That's going on so like amy vokes celebrating. Those two wins every single day. That gratitude journals huge. Add that to your gratitude journal. You know you've you've done this. You've done your thankful for doing this. You're thankful that you've done that. So yeah i. I love that because i think sometimes we're so hard on ourselves on you know we're expecting this. Perfection are expecting you to these extreme shifts and just to just be grateful for you. Know the the little things you know. Did you make you bad this morning. Have food in the fridge. Awesome and these are little but very important pieces of the puzzle that has to kind of come together to get to the ultimate goal. And i think we're we're in this society of you know Instant gratification in quick to get there. But i think part of it is enjoying the journey and slowing down to be like. Wow you know. Look how far. I'm coming each day in what i'm learning about my body. It's really cool. Exactly you know and and you get get into kind of you know process that that i liked that you said. Enjoy the journey. Because i think some are so many times were self focused on the end that we forget to enjoy the the process along the way law that yeah yeah no. It's it's you know. Getting unstuck is not an easy feat for anyone and unfortunately we're kind of in this in this world right now where. There's a lot of stock nissin different levels so there might be someone who's listening to this. It's like i'm stuck in different areas. Where do i focus. I would would you which one feels the best to you. Which one is the most dire in this component. You know which one is needs to be changed for you to move forward with the rest of them so it's really just committing to making the change in committing to knots leading. Anything control you that you can. You can have control over. What's that saying on. God grant me the serenity to accept the things. I cannot change the courage to change things that can't in the wisdom to know the difference. Eric said absolutely absolutely. And that's that first step is acknowledging. Do i have control over this. You know i find myself on christian woman in a find myself when i'm in this funk when i'm in this space it's typically because i'm trying to control people places and things that i have noble control over and that when i give it back to god who's in the driver's seat not me on you know that helps me to release that and maybe that will help you know someone who's listening today. Oh absolutely absolutely not. I think you said it perfectly. I couldn't couldn't shop that at all so tell us. How do we get a hold of you gene. We want to learn more about what you're up to. I i saw that. You've got some courses out there You have so. Give us some connections here. Sure so you can find me at dr j. krause n. d. dot com. That's my website. I've got my courses on there of course for fixing the digestive system because a lot of people are struggling without right now. I also have one that is called. Take charge of your health where you get to go through a three month program with me guiding you to get you all the tools you need on the right track a lot of the stuff i talked about today. The mindset things of that nature to get you moving forward and also the facebook group that goes along with my podcast too or votes in. Have a little interaction with me. It's called fine your health. Fix and of course. My podcast is called the help. Fix podcasts and also on instagram goofing around here in there as well with some fun story so you can get to see my personality a little bit more. And that's dr just dr. Janine j. a. n. n. i n. e. krause k. r. a. u. s. e. And those are the best places to find me at this point in time. I love that in. I really think. I want to give a plug for working with someone because you know you gave out these steps to getting unstop and the problem that we have when we're trying to do this on our own is maybe you you slip up right and you know you go about two or three days in you do the things that you need to do. And then all the sudden you slip up in its sole easy for us to say a didn't work give up right you know or or are we find ourselves two or three days go by and we haven't done what the things that we need to do. And it's just hard for us to get back into that zone and and so on our own we can excuse away everything on our own. We can unifying the reasons not to do the things that we need to do. That we know is going to make us feel better but when we work with someone. We have that accountability. We have that extra push. We have that extra reason for continuing to do the just just long enough that we get that result it.

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"krause" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

The Toxin Terminator

07:37 min | 2 years ago

"krause" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

"High quality standards. They're the leader in the industry and one of the only us central companies have their own farms. I've been there are incredible. These are great natural products that you can use right at home. If you wanna shop worry free for home products. Click my link in the show notes and see the quality products from young living right. And i think that's such a great point when you Don't have an office at. You're going to chill and you're all of a sudden working at home in you're finding yourself. You don't immersed in that twenty four seven. What a great. I didn't even think about that. Because i've been working from home for twenty years. You know it's not anything new to need that it's new to a lot of people right right right. Yeah in having a set. I think what. I've heard from a lot of patients that they're working at their dining room table. They're working in their bedroom. There were you know having a place that's work because your brain is confused wears work whereas not work then the mind just kinda going. The more the mind goes. That's where we start to become stuck because we become overwhelmed and we're not giving ourselves those breaks and if the body doesn't know in the brain doesn't know the difference between bad being work and kitchen being work. You're going to be in that mode of work when you don't necessarily want to be giving those signals so really keeping that in the back of your mind as to what you're doing when and where the location not so so important i i you know. I have no tv in my bedroom. No computers are allowed in the bedroom. I mean that. Because i want my body to understand this asleep this rest you know in on it just you. Your body does get acclimated to that. And i come as we get to the other side your understand that. Yes what a great tip on that. What else can we do to you. Know we've talked about Assess your bettina planning out your week. What else can we do. So what are the other big big things that i find helps everybody in you and i both have our liquids here. Hydration and it seems basic in an hydration in whole foods are always going to be basic things eating closest to nature. You have to have that otherwise. Your body's gonna have the stressors of what to do when you're dehydrated that puts stress on the body. What happens when you have a lot of foods that the body doesn't know how to process those are like foundation non-negotiables but the next thing from there is working on the mindset. It's something that's often overlooked because when we stuck. It's a lot of times. Because we're thinking in this looping pattern of why can't i you know why can't i do this. Why can't i do that. Or it's beating yourself up in terms of you know uh shouldn't eight that extra piece of pizza are all you know i eight so many chips whatever may be right all of a sudden the whole pad just disappeared. That's happened to you you're not alone. It's happened to me too sometimes. This is the stress eating response right and for a lot of people this is. Why the covid fifteen twenty whatever we have to really think about the mindset and like i mentioned in the beginning you know you have to be able to control what you can control. You can control your thoughts and it's a little cheesy right the first thing when someone told me he will just think happy. Just be happy. My first response was to be now. I like being anger like being grumpy. You know i'm. I'm addicted to this feeling and really you can be addicted to that grumpy attitude. He kind of feeling and there's been a lot of people talking lately about this victim mentality the pandemic doing this to me. This is doing this to me. Okay would you rather be a victim or would you rather be a warrior. Definitely want to thrive right. So i get people to get out an old fashioned piece of paper like i've got a note ear and put down on their vision right because a lot of us were like okay. I'm stuck. I don't know where to go. I don't know what to do. Okay let's give yourself a plan. If you have an actionable plan right in front of you now you can move forward. So changing your mindset does require a little bit of a plan now first and foremost we have to think goal. What's the goal. I don't wanna be grumpy. Maybe you know that. May that may be. It's that simple right or that complicated. You know or maybe it's okay. I'm feeling stuck in my career. I want to move forward and do this or maybe. It's i wanna find a great relationship you know or whatever it may be you write that down and you go okay. What are all the steps. I need to do to get there yet. A reverse engineer it when you gotta those down on paper you're like okay. What habits do i have right. Now that i need to change to get to that goal where am i self sabotaging and so this is just a little thought process. You know for folks to kind of go through because if we don't write it down we can keep on that looping like all the socks oh this is terrible all my life blah blah blah. So if you have something where. I'm like okay. My negative thought is. I'm not smart enough. And this real diehl thing definitely struggle with us and i know i'm not alone in this department and so on my goal is to change my thought process and i'm not smart enough. Okay wait a minute. Changes to. I am smart enough. I can do this so you've got your goal. I'm smart enough. I can do this. I want to be smart your brain. Here's that great. Now you gotta believe it. Because there's there's all that like yeah. I can change my my sayings and yes i do. Think it's important to repeat it but you gotta get that the practice in the reps in just like you're gonna lift weights. You gotta get the represents to be able to do this and so how do you prove to yourself that you are smart enough. Well you've got to do things that you're confident in and if there's something you're not confident in you gotta get the information but gotta learn what you are missing in that department so whatever you're wanting to beat say confident in if it says you know. Let's let's go if i want to know more about women's health great. What are the key components that you don't know right now that you haven't mastered golden that you've got it all stepped out right there for you and then when you look back you can't tell yourself that you're not smart enough because you created a plan and you executed the plan now. This is the accountability on it. You have your plan you gotta do it gotta get gotta get through it. Same thing goes for anyone right now is feeling stuck in career. So what would your career change. Be what you need to do to get to that change relationship. What do you need to do. Maybe you need a break. Someone maybe need to say they go by that kind of stuff. You're you're toxin terminator. There's toxic relationships and we can even have a toxic relationship with ourselves that is keeping us stock so looking at the school working on that and going. I'm not going to be a victim to myself and really coming up with the plan to overcome that and this is kind of one of my favorite things with folks is keeping this note tad wherever you can you know out in front of you wherever and keep reviewing it every single day because there are things you need to work on every single day to help get yourself on stock so we talked about goals. We talked about routines. You know this. This is kind of the foundation so a lot of people might be right now going. Oh that's a lot that. I don't know if i can do that. I don't know where i'm headed. I in foremost give yourself a direction. Like i said the goal pick one thing not twenty and don't make it a retinoid. Please don't make new year's resolution. Those don't work really.

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"krause" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

The Toxin Terminator

07:20 min | 2 years ago

"krause" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

"The the The energy you know we all have this energy and an through through here were not you know we can kinda send set but we're not getting like we are in in real life so we know what the issues are. I hate to stay in that space right. You know let okay. We know it's all right. What do we do. What are we do polar cells up. You know it's it's enough to say okay of your big girl pants. You know who you look. What kind of tools can we incorporate to really take ourselves out of this funk. Make this the best last. Six weeks -absolutely. So number one. You know kinda going back to just saying we can't control the situation that's going on so we have to go over view and go okay. What can i control and we can control how we think we can control what we do in our daily lives and one of the things that i have people looking at two to get on stock is really associated rear routine right now and looking at what are you doing in the morning. What are you doing in the afternoon. What are you doing you know throughout the day. Are you eating regularly. Because that's a big one that a lot of people don't realize the effect that that has on their mood and the effect that has on their overall health because if you're struggling with the covid fifteen twenty or thirty here in this case You wanna go okay. It's time to meal crop. Yes i know that this week is thanksgiving week. That might be a little bit crazy for some. You know we still got a couple of weeks left at this year so you can. You can get through the holiday inn. Hammer this down after the holiday. But it's planning out your week in terms of what am i going to be eating so you know what's happening but you also know what time you're going to be eating now. Does it have to be military strictness. No but at least having that predictability for your brain because right now with everything so chaotic and up in the air we need some predictability because our nervous systems are much more show. When we know. What's going on. So i get the routine's going on but i also look at your daily routine and go at. Both people will try to tell me that they're too busy to have fun or they're too busy to do something for themselves. This is not true because it doesn't mean you have to take an hour doesn't mean you have to take five minutes. You could two minutes and to one of the big things have been working folks. Okay as we're changing the mindset. We're changing the mindset to go. Okay how can i have fun day. How can i play in my day. And how can i do something for me. In my day one thing that feels absolutely like amazing to do one of my girlfriends taught me that one. That when actually. I'm stealing that one from her because it works so well. If we think of something really indulgent you know for some people. It's their cup of coffee in the morning. Like that's the ritual. Okay great then instead of having that ritual where you're planted in front of the tv watching stuff that you can't control turn tv off. Why don't use sip the coffee. And maybe you're staring at the wall. Maybe you're putting the dog. Maybe you are reading a book catching up on something fun. But something that feels indulgent there. Something that builds good so. I do highly recommend that folks turn off the media in the morning. If if you're noticing you're getting triggered by it is time to do that You can turn it on later if that works for you but really taking the time in the morning because this is when your cortisol is the highest its peak level and so you're fighter flights cranking at this time so i'm really highly recommended for folks if you're feeling stuck you're feeling stress. This is the time to take care of yourself. And if you're feeling kind of dragged like you're not getting up in the morning you're dragging yourself out of bed good time because you wanna preserve your cortisol random morning right at low and and here's a here's something that i found. Is this thing right here. Don't don't yes for at least thirty minutes if you can go and our you know. Take i love indulgent indulgent and and don't even pick that up and do something that that is not connected to that on As you start your day and you'll fine started gratitude journal sitting something that you're great before i get that mindset set You know in the right spot when you first start love that love that. Yes these are things that anyone and everyone could incorporate in in like lake. Said it doesn't take that long at gratitude journal in the morning. I'm grateful for this. This three things done you know. Was that take thirty seconds. Now done thank you you. I look back i. I always incorporated everything to my grandkids. 'cause i got twelve of them right why am i look at. You know the kids win. How is it. That adults should be any different. When they've got a set routine and schedule they are so good and there are spot on and you know they know what to expect they know. What's what's happening is when they get off that routine that they get kind of discombobulated at it's like hey wait a minute stuff isn't right is the same thing for us as adults right. Oh absolutely and a lot of will fight it to to like an. You know what it's true it's true anytime you have a pattern district interrupt like what's going on with covid all of that. It's gonna throw us off because it's structure routine. That's why kids get a little weird around the new going back to school because they've had their summer routine now. They gotta get the follower team. We're like that to every season. It's something to think about in reevaluate and part of it too is the going to bed and waking up routine as well because a lot of people do not have a set bedtime in wake up time. This is predictable for your body and you cannot get on stock. If you're not sleeping at least seven hours a night. I change it to seventy eight. It's kind of been back and forth. But i really do think that we need to have some time to unwind in the evening and and get to bed at a decent hour and get that sleep because boy if the covid fifteen twenty or thirty has really hit you sleek might be something to really evaluate an optimizing sleep as as you get older because us lady sometimes we start to flex a little bit on hormones and and where does that come from actually stress progesterone drops as we get older messing with our ability to sleep. And it's because we steal the precursors to make cortisol instead so then progesterone drops. We can't sleep so these are. This is another reason to really be working on on distressing in. I love the concept. Now of a lot of folks are working at home. But i love the concept of okay. This is your hard stop. Work can't keep continuing on into the evening. Wanted to take a minute to talk about the everyday products. You are using in your home. Many of us are label hunting. There are examining every product in the house. To make sure it's toxic free and i totally understand that. Hey we're not all scientists and maybe we just want that easy button to help pick the right products. That's why i aligned with young living a whole health and wellness company that has all the clean products you know from essential oils to personal care products. Up supplement lament items for kids and babies and the list goes on almost any everyday item. You could think of. Using and the best part is young living's products.

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"krause" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

The Toxin Terminator

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"krause" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

"Welcome to the toxin terminator helping people to restore and renew their health by removing the toxins from the home and their lives. Join in industry. Thought leaders help you understand the physical and emotional effects. He's product can have on you and your family and the safe alternative. You can use to remove the hidden toxins for renewed health. Now please welcome your host the toxin. Terminator herself amy. Carlson sixty percent of people are suffering from chronic disease. Today there are five main sources in our home that are contributing to those chronic diseases and most people have no idea that they're using materials within their homes. That are actually making them sick. What you could clean your home safely. You had easy to make recipes with items you already have and you could make a few small changes to get yourself.

Building successful lives, one plane at a time with TeenFlight,

Aviation News Talk podcast

02:55 min | 2 years ago

Building successful lives, one plane at a time with TeenFlight,

"Successful lives one plane at a time at the as air venture in oshkosh a group of oregon teenagers stand beside an rv. Twelve light sport aircraft answering questions. They have spent eighteen months building the plane on display and they are eager to put their expertise on display as well. The adults who quiz them are rightly impressed. The students are with teen flight. The high school arm of airway science for kids or ask which serves students in and around portland oregon team. Flight is the brainchild of erin. Figura ted miller and van's aircraft founder. Richard van grunsven. Who wanted to honor the memory of ask. Founder bob strickland by creating a program for high school students team flight. Young people are given an opportunity to build an aircraft that they will eventually be able to fly. The student built aircraft has showcased at oshkosh and then sold to fund the next build session. Van grunsven noted that this is the kind of program he would have loved as a young man for the first build. Classy offered space in his hangar at the aurora airport and agreed to oversee construction of one of his company's own kit planes the rv twelve quote. The twelve is a well-developed kit plane. He said we were confident. That with the help of adult mentors with the right group of motivated kids. They could get the job done. And the sex. A little. Bit about eric krause. Who was a high school junior when he joined the inaugural teen flight class in two thousand nine. He said whenever. I tell people in school about the program they'd say oh you're building an rc. Plane krause said nobody ever believed we were building actual aircrash if the naysayers could have seen the students mechanical skills on day one their skepticism would have been justified said krause. Some kids didn't know which side of a screwdriver to hold a few years. After graduation cross took his team flight build plan to interview and discuss the process of building an aircraft as a teenager the interviewers impressed and he landed the job. he's now a manager advanced aircraft and he believes the program taught him not only general mechanical skills but leadership skills as well the program's goal is not produce the next generation of aviators or aviation engineers students pursue those goals and ask provides as much support to them as it can including scholarships to pursue flight. Training figure keeps a broader goal in mind when thinking about the program's impact quote. Most of the kids that we work with go on and do interesting things and do creative things so they use the skills they learned in teen flight. He said we like to say that. We're not really teaching teenagers. How to build airplanes. Were teaching them how to have a fulfilling life with good interesting careers and to be excited about it. Van grunsven echoed that sentiment. We have found that the program can be most helpful for kids who maybe don't fit in on other things and maybe aren't doing well in school but when they're able to work with airplanes they get excited. He said we've had parents tell. Their children's grades went up after they went into the program. They work harder and they do better great story and i wish there were more programs like this around the united states and around the world

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Surge in Demand for Telehealth Services Drives Deal-Making

WSJ What's News

01:12 min | 2 years ago

Surge in Demand for Telehealth Services Drives Deal-Making

"If you've had to consult with a doctor during the pandemic, there's a good chance. You may have used telehealth services to do it virtual doctor visits surge during the pandemic. Now, the companies that offer those services or looking to capitalize on the surge and plan for the future joining me. Now, with more details is Wall Street Journal reporter Sara Krause Hi Sarah. Thanks for joining me. Thanks for having me. So Sarah Telemedicine used to be a pretty niche category, but it's really grown during the pandemic give us a sense of how many more people are using it right now. So telemedicine has taken off during pandemic partly because in the early days of this folks were afraid to go to the doctor some doctors offices shut down entirely and a lot of people had questions about whether they had covert or whether their symptoms were. Covert symptoms. So there was this rush to have some way of getting into contact with a medical professional either over the phone or via video in lieu of going in person. So you know this sort of surge of demand came and the federal government relaxed some regulations that had been barriers to widespread adoption of Telehealth, and those things together have really made this go to method of seeking care or providing care for doctors.

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Tom Hanks goes to war (again) in the World War II drama 'Greyhound'

KTLK Programming

01:41 min | 2 years ago

Tom Hanks goes to war (again) in the World War II drama 'Greyhound'

"A war slashed drama movie and something That looks pretty good. Yeah, I was shocked to see a Tom Hanks poster as well that it was funny because it's what's interesting about these. These films with Greyhound specifically because That trailer dropped. I think pre Cove it and I remember seeing the trailer and it was one of the few where I was, like, legitimately like that Looks really, really good ever saw? No, it's it's It's It's all. It's actually do you have that? Can you get provide assistance Officers there? Samantha, I certainly can. U S Navy commander Ernest Krause. It's so nice to be reading a synopsis. I feel so normal Ernest crosses assigned to lead an allied convoy across the Atlantic during World War two. His convoy, however, is pursued by German U boats. Although this is cross his first wartime mission, he finds himself embroiled. And what would become to be known as the longest largest and most complex naval battle in history. The battle of the Atlantic? Yeah, the trailer looks fantastic. And Tom Hanks already is just so watchable. He's just so interesting. And even when he does, you know, I mean, he does. I know I'll get even with this dramatic roles, the majority of what he does know her dramatic roles, but it doesn't seem to matter. Sort of what you know what, what acting gig he takes. He's able to bring something you know really compelling to it. And this movie just has me really, really excited on I just I like the fact that they're embracing the technology to go back and revisit some of these time periods. And to give us some or Hollywood eyes but still somewhat, You know, more accurate representations of what these particular battles were like. I know lot of

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Fort Worth Police Drop Rioting Charges Against Protesters

News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Fort Worth Police Drop Rioting Charges Against Protesters

"And the former chief of police says charges will be dropped against protesters defied Krause says the dozens of protesters arrested on the west seventh street bridge may thirty first will not face any charges he issued a letter saying he's dropping charges of rioting in those arrested will be getting a letter telling them of his decision shave grass went on to say quote this is just one step on a long journey but I hope it shows that the fort worth police department is committed to walking the path of reform with our

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Court orders defiant Michigan barber to close his shop

Frank Beckmann

03:40 min | 2 years ago

Court orders defiant Michigan barber to close his shop

"The Michigan court of appeals ordered the trial court today to issue a preliminary injunction against the barber seventy seven year old girl Mankey from Wausau he has been ordered to quote immediately cease all operations that's from the Michigan court of appeals the the child was he cut a judge Matthew Stewart refused issue that preliminary injunction because he said there's no threat here from my missed making who does you know he's got the mask on what he's doing is hair cutting as he's done for sixty years and basically they've they've shut down his business from Lansing the the governor and her her friend the Attorney General the the cold fury at a rate the Michigan department of health and Human Services appealed the case welcome to appeal the case I mean really you think the Carl Mann ki is is leading to sub spread of the virus here is that what you're saying they appealed the case to a three judge panel of the court of appeals will guess what they just issued a ruling and the ruled two to one reversing the trial court in other words are going against Mister Mackey the majority opinion was signed where there's more just wait the majority opinion was signed by judge Stephen Morello you know who judge Stephen Burrell I was I'm I'm guessing you don't he is he's a man who was the former chair of the Saginaw county Democrat park a former chair of the Democratic Party and he was the judge who issued the the lead the majority opinion wrote that the administration's executive power easily encompasses the closing of the fed ex barber shop those once the governor declared a public health emergency the legislature determined that it was up to the department to issue orders protecting the public health majority opinion said accordingly in order to challenge the exercise of that authority apparently he had to present evidence that appellant overstepped the statutory boundaries Appel E. failed to present any evidence to rebut the department's conclusion that operation the shop posed a serious public health danger what about what about the fact that he did supposedly a danger in the first place have you taken the other point of view that he didn't prove that he's not posing a danger well we shouldn't approve me that he's posing a danger I'm just asking but you get a couple grand home appointees on this court they join together and go to the one the the other judges Brock Schwarz or Schwarz celeb sorry an appointee of Rick Snyder he wrote his own opinion Thursday and he concurred with Perot in part and dissented in part but Parolo again the former democratic county party chair in Saginaw voted along with his fellow Grandhomme appointee A. B. rogaine Krause and they teamed up and and shut down the ship the barber once again you believe it I mean you're spending all this time in court and using money to shut down a barber but there's never been any any evidence whatsoever that the man has posed a health threat to anyone will flock to his store he said the you know the problem is he's had the support of some groups that the governor wants to label as violent militia groups are gonna shoot everybody that's which he and the Attorney General or try to tell us anybody really good condition they they've knoll no concept of what the second amendment stands for I'm just I'm

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Did 1998 have to be the last dance for Michael Jordan's Chicago Bulls?

SportsCenter All Night

01:05 min | 2 years ago

Did 1998 have to be the last dance for Michael Jordan's Chicago Bulls?

"At last we heard Michael Jordan say that from the outset of the nineteen ninety seven ninety eight season it was their last chance Phil Jackson he said could have gone any joint in the regular season and still would not have been back throughout the last dance we were reminded of Jordan's competitiveness and as we watch the end of a ten hour documentary about a team a franchise that just won six titles in an eight year span Michael Jordan was upset he did have a chance to go for a seventh the bulls were broken up the rebuilding began after that nineteen ninety eight championship could they have had one more in the could they have kept the team together if they tried ESPN's Michael Wilbon Jackie MacMullan I would bet on Scotty Michael and Phil Jackson anytime anywhere let's start with that but here's the problem Phil and Jerry Krause Scott their relationship was untenable by that point so there was no way Phil was going to come back if you don't have still come back then who's going to control Dennis robin even

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Dr. Larry Lauer on improving your mental skills

The Tennis.com Podcast

06:52 min | 2 years ago

Dr. Larry Lauer on improving your mental skills

"I'm your host Nina. Panic joined by my co host. Irena Falconi. Hey guys. How's it going this episode? Special guest is Dr. Larry Lower Larry Welcome. Thanks for having me. I'm looking forward to it. Can you give us a brief little bio about who you are and what you do here? Well here I'm the mental skill specialist for player development. I work with are pros and our juniors Getting Ready for competition preparing mentally. I work with the coaches as well to get players ready. So my job is while the coaches work on the physical side is to work on the players mental side and make sure that they're prepared for competition as well as helping them deal with things that happened in their life. So it's not just about The player on the court but the player off the court as well the holistic approach. And it's my job to make sure that the players have what they need to compete in a happy way in a healthy way and a high functioning way. Have you always wanted to do this from the very beginning was this? You're calling well not since I was a baby but Certainly when I not not really no being not being facetious anymore being serious when I was younger I wanted to be a coach and civically a baseball coach. I wanted to play professional baseball. And that didn't work out We don't need to get into that and this podcast and since tennis sports play so I had decided I was going to be a coach and maybe actually go into commentating. On Television Live sports events. I was interested in and so went to Clarion University. My Hometown University and really wasn't that interested in the courses and communication and and the degree. So I I ran into the psychology doctor Dr Easily Krause who knew that I played sports and coaching as well and she said hey you know there's actually something called sports psychology. I was around nineteen years old. I'm like what does that was. Clueless had no idea. This is dating myself but this was like nineteen ninety-two right. What is that and she said? Well come check it out. I'm going to have a special course on sports psychology and so I took the course and love. It fell in love with it and at that point. I knew that's what I wanted to do. Because an answer questions I had about my own performances in terms of at times playing great and other times. Not Performing You know going in and going four for four and having a home run and three RB is in the next game striking out four times. And why does that happen and why are sometimes feel on and other times just way off? Why sometimes in the feudal my locked in and other times? I'M MAKING MISTAKES. Couldn't answer it for myself necessarily and. I wanted to know to help myself but also to help the players that I was coaching in Baseball Thomas. Coaching sixteen seventeen eighteen year old Baseball in Pennsylvania says I dug deeper into psychology and and Indus. Four psychology started answering the questions that I had so that that was really the start and then I was fortunate to be able to go to. Unc Greensboro with Dr Dangled Who's one of the best sports psychologist in the world and having worked with him? I really got a deep understanding of what it means to perform under pressure and in really the literature sports psychology and Research and application. And really that kind of set me up. That's that's a quick version of it for what I'm doing today. I know you said baseball is not the same as tennis. But you can relate to players who have struggled in their sport given your background playing sport but you can also maybe I know you work with professionals who maybe are successful. But you probably people that. Don't make it right absolutely so you can relate to. I WANNA get dark. Unless you can relate you can really yeah. You can relate to someone who is struggling with finding their identity after thinking they were. GonNa make it as a pro and not getting there right. So how did you? How did you work through that if you can talk about that and you know? Is there a formula for figuring yourself out after your dreams and your hopes kind of change that is deep this early? So that's a great question you know getting into my psyche this turning turning the tides on me. We're GONNA talk about Irena. We will okay good so much better about that well honestly schering dot. Me That was that was a process Having gone to college and and and walked onto play baseball and it didn't work out and I didn't really understand recruiting process and probably could played somewhere but ended up not playing coming from a small rural area and losing that dream. That point was really difficult. And so I'm I'm age. Nineteen you know and and not yet mature as I am now. I know it's hard to believe. But and and it took a while it was kind of a tailspin for a while I was. I wouldn't say I was depressed but I was pretty down about it and upset that this dream that I had didn't work out. And it took me some time to sort of regroup and certainly being in college and and having those experiences helped a lot where I was exposed to different things and ended up really being mentored in a in a wonderful way by Dr Crowson. In the field of psychology. And helping me take something that You know was a big disappointment in not being able to further my baseball career and actually turn it into something. We're now my mission is to help. Other people have what they need to be successful. Because I felt like maybe I missed out on some things for sure. I miss out on some things. I didn't understand the psychology. I didn't understand the process of figuring out how to get seen and recruited and go to college and play baseball. I didn't I don't understand any of that. I didn't have that opportunity so I wanna make sure that the players that I have a chance to come in contact with have what they need to reach their goals whether or not they do. It ends up being on them. But I don't WanNa be the reason that they don't get there and that's really important so that that changed my whole outlook on life but it took some soul searching and sometimes of just you know like what am I gonNa do you know. And there's no like easy way is not like okay. Do these three steps and it works out you need to. You need to go there. You need to think about what it is you want and realize that you know as my friend David Roth for. Who's ex-navy seal said that you have more than one mission in life the mission changes and for me that Dreamer. That mission changed at age. Nineteen where base? No baseball was no longer an option as as a player and I had to figure out what I was going to do and I found a new mission that was to help other athletes and help coaches. And that's something I truly love and enjoy and that's probably where a lot of the passion comes from because you know I hate to see people miss out on an opportunity at least have the chance to be successful.

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Dr. Larry Lauer on improving your mental skills

The Tennis.com Podcast

08:59 min | 2 years ago

Dr. Larry Lauer on improving your mental skills

"Hello. Everyone welcome to the tennis. Dot Com. Podcast we are in Lake Nona at the US J. National Campus. I'm your host Nina. Panic joined by my co host. Irena Falconi. Hey guys. How's it going this episode? Special guest is Dr. Larry Lower Larry Welcome. Thanks for having me. I'm looking forward to it. Can you give us a brief little bio about who you are and what you do here? Well here I'm the mental skill specialist for player development. I work with are pros and our juniors Getting Ready for competition preparing mentally. I work with the coaches as well to get players ready. So my job is while the coaches work on the physical side is to work on the players mental side and make sure that they're prepared for competition as well as helping them deal with things that happened in their life. So it's not just about The player on the court but the player off the court as well the holistic approach. And it's my job to make sure that the players have what they need to compete in a happy way in a healthy way and a high functioning way. Have you always wanted to do this from the very beginning was this? You're calling well not since I was a baby but Certainly when I not not really no being not being facetious anymore being serious when I was younger I wanted to be a coach and civically a baseball coach. I wanted to play professional baseball. And that didn't work out We don't need to get into that and this podcast and since tennis sports play so I had decided I was going to be a coach and maybe actually go into commentating. On Television Live sports events. I was interested in and so went to Clarion University. My Hometown University and really wasn't that interested in the courses and communication and and the degree. So I I ran into the psychology doctor Dr Easily Krause who knew that I played sports and coaching as well and she said hey you know there's actually something called sports psychology. I was around nineteen years old. I'm like what does that was. Clueless had no idea. This is dating myself but this was like nineteen ninety-two right. What is that and she said? Well come check it out. I'm going to have a special course on sports psychology and so I took the course and love. It fell in love with it and at that point. I knew that's what I wanted to do. Because an answer questions I had about my own performances in terms of at times playing great and other times. Not Performing You know going in and going four for four and having a home run and three RB is in the next game striking out four times. And why does that happen and why are sometimes feel on and other times just way off? Why sometimes in the feudal my locked in and other times? I'M MAKING MISTAKES. Couldn't answer it for myself necessarily and. I wanted to know to help myself but also to help the players that I was coaching in Baseball Thomas. Coaching sixteen seventeen eighteen year old Baseball in Pennsylvania says I dug deeper into psychology and and Indus. Four psychology started answering the questions that I had so that that was really the start and then I was fortunate to be able to go to. Unc Greensboro with Dr Dangled Who's one of the best sports psychologist in the world and having worked with him? I really got a deep understanding of what it means to perform under pressure and in really the literature sports psychology and Research and application. And really that kind of set me up. That's that's a quick version of it for what I'm doing today. I know you said baseball is not the same as tennis. But you can relate to players who have struggled in their sport given your background playing sport but you can also maybe I know you work with professionals who maybe are successful. But you probably people that. Don't make it right absolutely so you can relate to. I WANNA get dark. Unless you can relate you can really yeah. You can relate to someone who is struggling with finding their identity after thinking they were. GonNa make it as a pro and not getting there right. So how did you? How did you work through that if you can talk about that and you know? Is there a formula for figuring yourself out after your dreams and your hopes kind of change that is deep this early? So that's a great question you know getting into my psyche this turning turning the tides on me. We're GONNA talk about Irena. We will okay good so much better about that well honestly schering dot. Me That was that was a process Having gone to college and and and walked onto play baseball and it didn't work out and I didn't really understand recruiting process and probably could played somewhere but ended up not playing coming from a small rural area and losing that dream. That point was really difficult. And so I'm I'm age. Nineteen you know and and not yet mature as I am now. I know it's hard to believe. But and and it took a while it was kind of a tailspin for a while I was. I wouldn't say I was depressed but I was pretty down about it and upset that this dream that I had didn't work out. And it took me some time to sort of regroup and certainly being in college and and having those experiences helped a lot where I was exposed to different things and ended up really being mentored in a in a wonderful way by Dr Crowson. In the field of psychology. And helping me take something that You know was a big disappointment in not being able to further my baseball career and actually turn it into something. We're now my mission is to help. Other people have what they need to be successful. Because I felt like maybe I missed out on some things for sure. I miss out on some things. I didn't understand the psychology. I didn't understand the process of figuring out how to get seen and recruited and go to college and play baseball. I didn't I don't understand any of that. I didn't have that opportunity so I wanna make sure that the players that I have a chance to come in contact with have what they need to reach their goals whether or not they do. It ends up being on them. But I don't WanNa be the reason that they don't get there and that's really important so that that changed my whole outlook on life but it took some soul searching and sometimes of just you know like what am I gonNa do you know. And there's no like easy way is not like okay. Do these three steps and it works out you need to. You need to go there. You need to think about what it is you want and realize that you know as my friend David Roth for. Who's ex-navy seal said that you have more than one mission in life the mission changes and for me that Dreamer. That mission changed at age. Nineteen where base? No baseball was no longer an option as as a player and I had to figure out what I was going to do and I found a new mission that was to help other athletes and help coaches. And that's something I truly love and enjoy and that's probably where a lot of the passion comes from because you know I hate to see people miss out on an opportunity at least have the chance to be successful. Speaking of helping people a lot of coaches talk about being able to see something special and a player that does eventually make it. Do you find that. It's easy to to to see that with With players that you work with are you able to see whether their mental skills are above and beyond someone that potentially does not make it? I think I can see the outliers. Pretty well. The people who just stand out but probably most people can one of the one of the things I think we fall. Prey to his as coaches is believing that we know. Who'S GONNA make it? And who's not and if you go back through history of looking at drafting or selection processes were not very good at determining and identifying. Who's GonNa make an WHO's not? It's really a numbers game to be honest. You you make enough choices. You'RE GONNA hit on somebody right so and not to others a lot of people out there that do this work and there's a lot of good people out there but it's really challenging to no no of someone can can do this at the highest level but what I will say is the thing that you look for. I is to someone have the passion to do tennis to do. The whatever given initiative sport activity it is and that is something that you you can see in person as you spend time with them I think it's a fallacy to think that you can go watch a player once or twice a tournament and thank. You have a figure it out you know. Thirteen fourteen year old player. Once you get to know someone I think you can start to understand better than this person may be has the building blocks of something pretty special but it needs to be now nurtured and developed and that in my mind you know there's not many players is not many. Serena's there's not many rodgers out there so but there's a lot of great players who developed through the pathway right and we wouldn't have known at thirteen but we know now

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