35 Burst results for "LIN"
Broadway Will Not Disclose Box Office Grosses
"You probably know usually the broadway league releases figures every monday about box office grosses. They're not releasing those this year. They they've said stuff about like well you know plays are staggered is not the same. Also there's There's reduced reduced shows for a lot of shows. Not everybody's doing eight shows a week so we don't know i do know that waitress that the night it opened they did make an announcement that waitress itself had broken All the previous broadway records for single performance ticket sales. They made it almost two hundred thousand dollars in ticket sales But besides that all when i was at passover tusa empty seats When i was at hagerstown. I didn't see a single one and i'm sure that last night i think the odds are very good. That every seat was filled last night. They would have been sold out all the people who wanted to be part of that history. How it will continue that way.
Cheers Greet the Reopening of Three Mega-Hit Broadway Shows
"Other shows have reopened but Broadway made its unofficial return with the curtain rising for three classic shows Christensen weren't surprised the crowd by appearing on stage before the start of wicked it's one of the spiritual anchors of modern Broadway success along with director Julie Taymor is The Lion King you have the desire of the enthusiasm the courage to lead the way because as we know theater in New York is the life blood and soul of the city over at the Richard Rodgers theatre I don't ever want to take life for granted yeah do you Lin Manuel Miranda says it took six years to create Hamilton I'm so glad it didn't take six years to come back thank you for getting vaccinated and wearing a mask and supporting life Maxine checkers in bright T. shirts inspected phones and cards at the crowds made their way into the theaters I'm a Donahue
Jussie Smollett Lawyers Get More Time to Prepare Arguments
"Lawyers forge actor Jesse Smollett have been granted more time to decide and prepare their arguments on several issues, including whether they can introduce a key witnesses. Previous conviction for Battery Cook County Judge James Lin scheduled the next hearing in small its case for August. 26 giving the lawyers there's some more time than originally
Cross-Cultural Casting: Noteworthy for Hollywood, but Not Exactly New
"About unconventional casting choices in film and TV. Mindy Kaling playing Velma and Scooby Doo spinoff Black Jamaican actress Jodie Turner Smith playing the doomed wife of Henry, the eighth and the British miniseries and Berlin. My dear sister No holds a loose tongue in her head. So does this sort of diverse casting violate some unspoken rule about realism critic Bob Mondello takes a long view, he says. Cross cultural Casting has always raised eyebrows, even though it's as old as casting itself in the fifth century BC When the Greek playwright escalates, needed a defense attorney for his leading man in the tragedy, the Oresteia he picked the God Apollo choice You do not make if you're worried about verisimilitude in casting. Live theater has always assumed the audience can make imaginative leaps. Whether it's depicting warrior kings who rant my kingdom for a horse or founding fathers who rap. I am not throwing away my shot. Hamilton, of course, is a special case. Just like my country. I'm young, scrappy and hungry, and I'm Shot. It's a Broadway musical, famous not just for putting hip hop in the mouths of Thomas Jefferson and George Washington but for matching black and brown faces to those historic white characters. Every time I write a piece of theater, I'm trying to get us on the board Latino composer lyricist Lin Manuel Miranda, speaking with fresh air's Terry Gross, black and Brown artist. This is a story of America, then told by America Now it's our country to with inclusion as Hamilton's calling card, diverse audiences made it a worldwide phenomenon, an outcome that seems natural. In retrospect, but that flew in the face of decades of theater practice in 1986. When the stage union actors equity convened the first national symposium on nontraditional casting. It noted that more than 90% of actors hired in the U. S were white and presented scenes designed to help theatre makers consider other possibilities. In Tennessee Williams's
Cross-Cultural Casting: Noteworthy for Hollywood, but Not Exactly New
"The conventional criticism of diverse casting is that it violates some unspoken rule about realism. It's utterly one way traffic. He will not be getting any white people. Playing fellow lay anytime soon. If there's a bio-pic nelson mandela will not be played by a white actor. This is gum. That's the view on one british. Talk show anyway. But as npr's film critic bob mandela explains cross cultural casting has always raised eyebrows even though it's as old as casting itself in the fifth century bc when the greek playwright escalates needed a defense attorney for his leading man in the tragedy or sta he picked the god apollo choice. You do not make. If you're worried about vera similitude in casting live theater has always assumed. The audience can make imaginative leaps whether it's depicting warrior kings who rant or founding fathers who wrap shots. Hamilton of course is a special case. It's a broadway musical famous. Not just for putting hip hop in the mouths of thomas jefferson and george washington but for matching black and brown faces to those historic white characters. Every time i write a piece of theater. I'm trying to get us on the board. Latino composer-lyricist lin-manuel miranda's speaking with fresh air's terry gross black and brown artists. This is a story of america then told by american now. It's our country to talk with inclusion. Hamilton's calling card. Diverse audiences made it a worldwide phenomenon and outcome. That seems natural. In retrospect but that flew in the face of decades of theatre practice in nineteen eighty-six when the stage union actor's equity convened the first national symposium on nontraditional casting. It noted that more than ninety percent of actors hired in the us were white and presented scenes designed to help theater makers consider other possibilities
"In the Heights": A Joyous Return to the Movies
"T o P News Well before Hamilton Lin Manuel Miranda won best musical for in the Heights. The hotly anticipated movie version is now showing in movie theaters and streaming on HBO. Max, Who's Na'vi de la Vega runs a bodega in one Washington Heights, New York, Dreaming of returning to the Dominican Republic. Anthony Ramos inherits the Royal from Lin Manuel Miranda, but it won't be jarring to D C audiences who already saw him in the part of the Kennedy Center. We root for his romance with Melissa Barrera, just as we do, Allegedly Grace and Corey Hawkins, all four of which get character arts, dreaming of starting a tiki bar. Becoming hairstyle is fighting for immigrants and running a taxi dispatch director John Chu proves you can do things on screen that you can on stage, choreographing dance numbers in swimming pools, surreal subway tunnels, even sides of buildings. A tough pandemic year. It's the feel good movie we need right now for a
The Life of Lynn Conway: Computer Scientist and Transgender Activist
"Lynn conway was born on january. Second nineteen thirty eight in mount vernon new york initially assigned male at birth. She experienced a disconnect between her gender identity and assigned sex from a young age. Lynn new she identified as girl due to the limited knowledge around gender fauria in the nineteen forties and fifties. Lynn was raised as a boy. Lynn was a shy and reserved high school student. She excelled academically specifically in math and science. Her grades earned her spot at mit at the age of seventeen at mit. Lynn studied physics for two years before dropping out as a result of psychological distress with her gender identity. A few years later in nineteen sixty one linen rolled at columbia university. She earned her bachelor's and master's degrees in electrical engineering during this time. Lynn married a woman and the couple had two daughters together. Violet columbia limbs work caught the attention of professor who is a senior leader at ibm. He offered her a job on the ibm research team. That was covertly developing the world's fastest supercomputer. Lynn had secured her dream job. Then in nineteen sixty seven. Lind learned doctor named harry. Benjamin the leading researcher on transgender people and sex reassignment surgery after counseling and hormone treatments lynn decided to undergo gender reassignment surgery. To ease your transition at work lin planned for ibm to change her name on company records and transfer her to a different lab. No one would have to know but ibm corporate disagreed. They feared employees would be upset. If limb secret got out some instead of honoring their promise of finding her a new department. Ibm quietly fired her. On top of losing her job wins wife left her and banned her from having any contact with their daughters. Fourteen years would pass before. Lynn saw her children again despite being ostracized by her company and family. Lynn moved forward with the surgery and completed her transition in nineteen sixty eight.
'In the Heights' and the New Golden Age of Musicals
"Early word about in the heights has been effusively positive in general and praising of star anthony ramos as a screen presence in particular if you get the film spotty newsletter. You already know that. This week producers. Sam wrote about seeing hints of ramos's potential in the filmed version of hamilton. So i thought we might want to start there atom to ask if this potential was realized for you in this screen adaptation of lin-manuel miranda's pre hamilton stage. Musical ramos plays whose navy de la vega twenty something new yorker. Who's taken over corner. Bodega from his late parents. But dreams of moving back to his native dominican republic. There two other main characters whom will get to but it's it's navy who introduces us to. His washington heights neighborhood in the movies. Bravura pre title sequence. Which is a chance for ramose to showcase his skills as a singer. Slash rapper as a dancer and just general screen presence
Lin-Manuel Miranda On "In the Heights"
Breast Cancer Pill Reduced Recurrence, Death in Early-Stage Patients
"Promising new study results on a pill for early stage breast cancer. The pill called Lin Parcel was found to help breast cancer patients diagnosed with harmful mutations to live longer and without disease. After cancer treatments in Parsa was tested in over 1800 women and men with early stage breast cancer. They were given pills for a year after surgery and chemotherapy study found about 82% of patients had triple negative breast cancer. Three years later, 86% were still alive without cancer patients also had the BR Lined by the
HEADLINE CAPITALIZATION NTSB Releases Preliminary Report on Fatal Tesla Crash Capitalize Words With Four or More Letters (Associated Press style) Capitalize Words with Five or More Letters (APA Style) Do Not Capitalize Words Based on Length (Chicago Manual of Style) Capitalize Major Words and Those With Four or More Letters (MLA Style) You are likely here because you need a headline checker to make sure your title and headlines are properly written. That's exactly what Headline Capitalization does. It's a free tool to make sure what you capitalize online for publications like blogs and news articles, or for academic papers, is correct. This headline checker should help you to correctly format all your titles in the future. It's important to accurately capitalize titles and headlines for articles and papers. Headline Capitalization is a free headline checker that correctly capitalizes titles for all your writing. Article Title and Headline Capitalization Rules When it comes to creating headlines and titles for articles, it can get confusing what words to capitalize and what words should remain lower case. There are several styles of title and headline capitalization which different publications may use. For the most part, there are general rules that all publications follow with a few minor deviations between them. For those who write, it's important to understand these rules about which words to capitalize when creating headlines and titles. Major Headline Capitalization Styles There are four major title capitalization styles. These are: AP Style APA Style Chicago Style MLA Style There is no single authoritative style guide when it comes to capitalizing headlines and titles, although some are used for certain types of writing. For example, the Associated Press Stylebook (AP Style) is often used by news organizations, the Chicago Manual of Style (Chicago Style) is more comprehensive for in-depth writing, and the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers (MLA style) is used for academic papers. While this is where the different styles are usually used, it's not mandatory to use a particular style for a particular type of writing. If you are unsure of which style to use, the best method is to seek out which style the course, editor, or teacher prefers so that you know, and then use that specific style. If you're in a certain field, you should learn the style that's most prominent in your field. For example, the AP Style for those in journalism, and the MLA style if you're in academics. In all cases, it's best to ask for each project to make sure since each style has its own rules. General Headline Style Rule: Title Case How to write headlines and titles is usually referred to as "headline style" or "title case." As mentioned, all styles are not the same, but there are a few general rules they all follow. These are: Capitalize the first word in the title Capitalize the last word in the title Capitalize the important words in the title The first two points are clear cut and easy to follow. The next question is, what are considered "important" words in a headline? In most cases, they include the following words: Adjectives (beautiful, large, hopeful) Adverbs (forcefully, silently, hurriedly) Nouns (computer, table, manuscript) Pronouns (they, she, he) Subordinating conjunctions (as, so, that) Verbs (write, type, create) Words in Headlines That Aren't Capitalized The above words are the ones generally capitalized, so what words are usually written in lowercase when creating headlines and titles? These tend to be shorter words (under five letters long). The following types of words are generally not capitalized: Articles (a, an, the) Coordinating Conjunctions (and, but, for) Short (less than 5 letters) Prepositions (at, by, from) Alternative Headline Capitalization: Sentence Case One style of headline and title capitalization which doesn't follow the rules is Sentence Case style. This is where editors decide to write titles as if they were a typical sentence. In this case, the first word of the headline would be capitalized while the rest of the title would be in lower case, except for proper nouns. Below are a few examples of Sentence Case style headlines: How to properly write article titles A review of a hike at Grand Canyon national park The best value meal when eating at Chipotle Referencing Titles of Publications No matter what style of headline capitalization you decide to use in your writing, if you ever reference the title of a book, article, or journal, you should write the title of it as it has been written, even if it happens to be a different style than you're using for your writing. You should not change them to fit your style, and they should always be written as they appear in the publication. Copyright © Headline Capitalization 2021. All rights reserved.
"Sandra thank you so much for joining us today itself. So good view. Oh jen tracy. It's a pleasure to be here. It goes without saying that. I'm usually the cheesiest one on this podcast. So i had to start this off by saying to one and all welcome to asian enough. The it's an honor just to be asian. I worry that. The t shirt. And i i could. I could tell from the font at the top the bottom of the screen. I know t shirt. You're wearing he. S how could. I not wear the shirt on a day that i get to talk to you. It's an honor just to be asian anton view. Let's say thank you jeff yang for picking that up and making tee shirt. That's right what's it like to see like your quote. It's not a destination and it's credited to sandra credited. it's a wonderful writers. I don't know if they were at that time on live. I think it was frank. Lesbian sudi green. Yes and i've been trying to kind of like give them credit for writing that line but unhappy because i understand what that line is and what it means and it pleases me greatly. That has become a t shirt. I remember someone my friend in canada. She sent me a picture because her her boys are really into basketball. And it was jeremy lin. Who had that does walking out the t shirt. And i'm like oh the something is happening with this t shirt and i think it's just a really nice very shorthand identifier of a moment where we could just step into the forefront to Claim pride for second you know and so i'm really really happy when i see anyone wearing the t shirt
Gaming Technology Recreates 16th-Century Music in Scottish Chapel
"They've recreated the sounds of an Easter concert from 500 years ago, oversees the chapel at Lin. Let's go Palace in Scotland is now a ruin. But researchers say this is what King James, the fourth would have heard at an Easter service there around the year 15 12 The researchers used gaming technology and groundbreaking recording techniques to reconstruct the acoustics of those vanished walls. Some was guesswork, but this is likely as close as we'll ever get to capturing the sound at the field off that ancient world.
Godzilla vs. Kong Director Adam Wingard Takes on Thundercats
"From deadline godzilla vs contractor. Adam wind guard to help fender cats movie. For warner brothers. Yeah as his new film. Godzilla vs kong opens wednesdays in. Us theaters on hbo. Max after turning up hollywood film pandemic record one hundred twenty three million gross and thirty eight overseas markets over the weekend director atom wingard is set to direct thunder cats. That is a big skill feature based on animated tv series. That ran from one thousand nine hundred five one thousand nine hundred eighty nine rankin bass and several other iterations comic books and merchandise. The project has been developed by rightback's dan lin and vertigos. Roy lee they were producers on wingard directed death note with an early script by david. Kaga shell ripper pepa. Let's see here. Yeah it's series focuses on a group of cat like humanoid aliens who live on on the dying planet then dera the thunder cats are forced to flee their homeland. And we have no idea. Who's going to be starring in this. Who they're going to be casting as a thunder cats
Brian Schubert, University of Louisiana at Lafayette Using Fossil Plants to Measure Climate Change
"What can fossils teach us about. The future of climate change doctor lin pascarella president of the association of american colleges and universities and today on the academic minute. Brian schubert associate professor in the school of geosciences at the university of louisiana digs end. To look ahead. We learn as children that all plants require water and carbon dioxide to grow. The water comes from rain or melted. Snow that infiltrates into the earth and enters the plant through the roots all the carbon dioxide diffuses through pores into the plant's leaves every plant on planet. Earth uses these two ingredients to form new compounds via photosynthesis when the plant dies a fortunate few are buried beneath layers of silt and sand removed from the ravages of oxygen decomposition and preserved in the geologic record as a geochemists. My job is to analyze the chemical remains of these fossilized photosynthesis to answer questions like when was the last time. Carbon dioxide levels were as high as today and how will global warming effect precipitation patterns across the planet to answer these questions. We studied the products of photosynthesis that had been locked away for millions of years. Within fossilized plant remains we do this using a specialized piece of equipment called an ratio mass. Spectrometer this machine has a giant magnet that separates and then counts individual molecules freed from within the fossils by first heating to over one thousand degrees celsius. These liberated molecules contain the exact same carbon oxygen atoms that once made up the carbon dioxide and water that were combined many millions of years ago. by the plant's photosynthetic. Machinery has shown that these compounds provide a chemical fingerprint of the amount of rainfall that fell over the forest and the amount of carbon dioxide available for photosynthesis many eons ago. Our end result is a veritable weather report of changing climate across millions of years of earth. His that implicates changing carbon dioxide concentrations as the primary perpetrator for perturbing earth's climate past and present. That was brian shubert of the university of louisiana.
Long-term Unemployment Remains High Despite American Jobs Returning
"Reopen and vaccinations speed up. But there are millions of people who lost their jobs at the beginning of the pandemic and who are still unemployed. NPR's Sam Greenglass reports asked Bud Johnson what he liked about his job driving a transit bus at the University of Delaware, and he uses a single word. Everything. The sights are great. The people I work for the great and it's just a pleasant atmosphere. But he hasn't had that in almost a year. Now. You got laid off from classes, but virtual, I eat two meals a day instead of three. I do go to the pre pantry truth from them. Johnson hasn't been called back yet or been told when, or If that will happen. I am looking forward to coming back. It was a great job in January 4 million people had been unemployed for six months or more. It's what economists call long term unemployment. And we haven't seen levels this high since the great recession that worries economists. Bill Sprigs, he says. Many employers stigmatize people who haven't worked in months. The longer someone's without a job, the harder it is to find a new one. So rather than the typical way you think of a line working you show up at the movie theater. I'm first in line. I've been here I'm next. It works in the opposite. The people who are newly unemployed get the first in line and what's worse, this will likely hit vulnerable workers even harder. Women and people of color have lost the most jobs during the pandemic. They already tend to be paid class and so long term unemployment can scar their earnings permanently. Ah McKenzie study predicted It could also take two years longer for them to recover those jobs. Here's co author Quay Lin Island group, the progress we see on closing the gender gap, even take of it out of the picture. Is so slow. And so then you pause that slow glacial progress and you make negative progress. It was deeply discouraging. There's another worry too. What if certain jobs don't ever come back? How people work and live has been changing dramatically during the pandemic, and that shaken up all kinds of jobs. One of the biggest shifts has been more people working from home. That's had ripple effects for Gloria Espinosa into last April. She cleaned offices in San Francisco. Superbly store. We got a visit from our supervisor, He gathered us all on the parking lot, and he talked to us and tell us that we were gonna be laid off. I was wondering God, why us? It was like receiving a bucket of cold water. That's the way I felt a year later, the employees whose work spaces she wants clean, are still remote. And so Espinosa is still unemployed. She knows there's no guarantee, but she feels confident she will be called back to her old job when offices reopened, be instructed bombs, a necessity to move Chapman on the whole. I think that actually is going to be probably the need of additional workers because we're gonna have to make sure that we can provide that. Extra clean a space that the workers deserve. On the other end of California, Carrie Belisle wonders what her work will look like in the future. She's been a tour guide for 35 years. We are in love, Toya. Has my Minnesota group like he's traveled. Grinding to a halt last spring, Belisle has tried to keep busy, even organizing virtual tours Join me Tuesday at two for my virtual presentation about counselor Deck finally began a new full time job. What's good here at a vaccine? Put it in San Diego. It's just nice to To chat with people and especially people that are getting vaccinated because they're all so happy and excited. While knows this new job won't be permanent, she's hopeful tour Busses will start rolling again. And she can go back to work in the field She's loved for so many years. Sam bring Glass NPR news.
Golden Globes 2021: Complete list of nominees
"Let's start off with the major categories. First of all, for best picture. For the Golden Globes. They break it down. Best picture drama and best picture, music or comedy. So let's start off with best picture drama in which the nominees are Nomad Land. This is the amazing movie with Frances McDormand. Who, you know, play. Somebody who's her life is sort of falling apart and she gets in a van and hits the road and lives in RV camps and recreational areas taking on you know little seasonal jobs along the way. It zest a very sweet and very thoughtful, touching movie. I think this is going to be the big winner for tonight. You know People love Frances McDormand. I think that this is gonna have a lot of Lot of success at the Golden Globes tonight. It will be up against the trial of the Chicago Seven, which, if Nomad land doesn't win trial of the Chicago Seven is going to win. This is the Aaron Sorkin. The written and directed production about the famous Chicago seven trial that took place in Chicago 50 years ago. The Carrie Mulligan movie promising young woman Is a revenge thriller, also an outstanding films nominated for tonight and also the Anthony Hopkins movie called The Father. Those air. Your nominees were best Drama for performances in the dramatic category. For actresses. The nominees are Violet Davis on Drew a day, Vanessa Kirby, Frances McDormand and Carrie Mulligan. For best actors in the drama. The nominees are Riz Um, Ed Chadwick Boseman, Anthony Hopkins. I think the winners are going to be Frances McDormand and I just I don't know how Chadwick Boseman Doesn't win. He's amazing in the movie Ma Rainey's black bottom. But you know the fact that he passed away the young age and nobody knew that he was fighting cancer. I think that probably is going toe play into the Planted the decision making also for best movie, musical or comedy. The nominees are Boer at subsequent movie film Hamilton. When they put together a television version of Hamilton in the put it on Disney. Plus, this got nominated. The motion picture called Music was nominated, as was the comedy with Andy Sandberg, Palm Springs. And the Ryan Murphy directed production. The prom. Which has Meryl Streep and has just AH, whole variety of very talented actors. That's also nominated for best picture as well. I kind of have a feeling that Borat is going to want to ping the winner tonight in the musical or comedy category. For best actress in a motion picture Maria Buckler Cova, who is placed Borat's daughter in Borat. Subsequent movie film Kate Hudson from music. And, uh, Anya Taylor, Joy dominated for the movie called Emma for best performance by an actor in a motion picture, musical or comedy. Sasha Baron Cohen is nominated James Corden from the prom Lin Manuel Miranda from Hamilton Dev Patel for the personal history of David Copperfield and Andy Sandberg. For Palm Springs again. I think it's going to be a kind of in a reverend pick, but I think Sasha Baron Cohen could wind up being the winner. Now. The Golden Globes also give out
N.B.A. Investigating After Jeremy Lin Said He Was Called ‘Coronavirus’
"On Jeremy Lin is Facebook Post about stereotyping and the way that Asian Americans Have been treated. At times and referencing. You know him being called coronavirus on the court, and I just think it's something that's been very Casual Over the years that casual Racism or stereotyping towards Asians. Um and you can't undo any of that stuff. But when you can do is is become aware of it, realize it and stop it. And hopefully that's the big picture takeaway from from Jeremy Lin's Facebook post. You know the D G legs apparently investigating maybe that the incident specifically he referenced. Ondo again. Like I said, with the Corona virus thing, it's I think combination of on the court people are trying to say the ugliest worst thing they could say to you. And then casual. Racism towards Asians having been Tacitly approved so often over the years and then Thirdly, you know, when you have somebody just repeating Chinese virus over and over again, you That's the casual aspect of what I'm talking about, rather than You know, Regardless of where origin is, you know, you put that in people's heads. You put that out into the universe, and, um You get ugliness like
Jeremy Lin Says He Was Called "Coronavirus" During Game
"On Friday, the NBA G League announced it was investigating a report by Jeremy Lin. That he had been called coronavirus on the court. When disclosed This alleged incident in a Facebook post on Thursday. He said. Quote. Being an Asian American doesn't mean we don't experience poverty and racism. Being a nine year NBA veteran doesn't protect me from being called coronavirus on the court. Being a man of faith doesn't mean I don't fight for justice for myself and for others, so that it's the first time we heard of this, And the question is Who Paul Jeremy Lin coronavirus. We know it wasn't fans. Couldn't have been fans. Because they're not allowed in the arenas. Which player did it? So the NBA. I'm sure we'll get to the bottom of this and get to the bottom of it swiftly.
"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin
"Was again. Trying to solve that hasn't happened yet. What do my Info win the lottery to pay taxes? Now? What do I take it in installments do I now Fox don't wasting your time. Comeback Presence He shouldn't Apostol Saul stuff in the future comeback the now Mike the choice step into a daily in that transition between when you go to sleep. But when you're waking up your coming out of meditation, you hot is a different vibration then the brain wise at different by. Delta Gamma The work of JOE DISBANDS A. Hot Is. Fifteen hundred times more magnetic in the mind. You, see you probably saying saying he Your head. Body. Area you're talking to a recovering cerebral us. Right. In, learning journey of unconsciously incompetence who consciously incompetent conscious competent to unconsciously confident on the consciously confident area like I know that and I'm practicing whatever it takes to be more an all of my modalities, my body heart spirit. Someday, he might when hi, my name is C. CK and I've been Osama foam cerebral list. had. One hundred days man that's high raises. Thank you. It's been a few hours. It's been a few. It's been a few minutes in this conversation on turning up those meetings might support. Thank you. Thank you appreciate that but I want to underline something real quick. So in my mind the way I visualize this is there is because we can always apply more or less to our desire. So I'm curious to know because in my mind predation Abraham Hicks messages apply more. So if you want something not just neutral. Apply as much importance to that desires we want. Bursa equanimity which is be you want what you want but neutral. So I'm curious to know how you reconcile is it based on your current study right now? Is it you want what you want and? Press on the gas pedal. As a way to. The analogy US Wide Training Mass from doing dozens and dozens of reps along. Or go in every three is working muscle group where I trained absolute exhaustion failure with that muscle cannot do anymore cannot lift my hands both. Ways of going about doing the same thing. They can work. It's just a matter which one do I want to apply giving the joy of application. Old along a sitting in this thought that they need to be grateful. You don't truly believe and expect what you want is gonNA come to fruition. But. If when you step into what you're hot would love to create. So we might get once a day. But. You Go. there. viscerally this is the key anything less than you feeling and meeting vibration is a waste of fucking time. Interesting half to get to the FREIA. Is being the embodying gone. I feel at in my field weight off off-field underneath my heart. And it's kind feel it. You can feel more. Wow, that's awesome. Just the gratitude ahead. The. One really I'm grateful that we have plumbing in this country. Mansion Locker that GATT without garbage collection. Magic gratitude is a pulse to be at, but you need every day to counter the very thing you WanNa create. Now Comes out for instance, I choose the end result volve..
"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin
"Has exact same result like yeah. That's the essence. Of why we believe as opposed to the doctrine, the dogma, the rules. So stay nattiest Derek. NGO is always exactly the sign. Gada your own way back in you buddy. Challenge giving a loving challenge a little bit here. That say someone listening the youngest ck of the young occurred like yeah. I I appreciate principles I want to be a child again embraced the playfulness has been fun back into my life. How do I do it? What do I do? We. Give Him something that they can actually practice like Oh. Okay. Let me take a micro step towards remote play a likeness back in my life. Yeah I would say. It's creating moments in your day. When you love being the vibration? What is you doing? Playing football could be strumming a guitar. Green making poetry. It could be haberdashery could be far in Autry Whoa, we could be dancing in such a Goto. Singing such to where the act of doing it is what you love. Not GonNa give you anything else you're done. Its concept of this town Los Angeles, a lot of people come to you to. To be a star. But the way ahead of themselves they need to. have their artful at a point that they can release it to the masses. And needs to be a master of that aren't any time before that you try before your master of your odds you try and bring it to the Will Uganda. Boston is your art. Because you need eight becomes your commerce, they I no longer your art. Some advice vice to my youngest self we do fall would be one. To. Find Out. And enjoy that odd. And then to be to surrender more and more, we'll come to that the Han Dynasty makes me think of my my girlfriend Ross Panin back strike who acupuncture sous done of nine hundred thousand. Out Treatments. And his Minto's and teaches had written twenty three PhD's on the Han Dynasty. Were acupuncture was created. And on guy to paraphrase. But in a nutshell, the second story, han-dynasty hundred, eighty, two, hundred, eighty, one of the greatest periods in..
"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin
"The world speed up a Webinar to one hundred fifteen percent playback. No one really noticed. You'll speak faster. You'll hold attention longer. You'll get the faster you will increase your conversion rate. You'll sell more products on webinars increases to one hundred fifteen percent like these things are but just icing on the.
"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin
"But I keep this on down. Dog Hold it down. Hold it down for three. Three of an-and out breast with this and what this does hypnotizing my brain a little bit and keeps me going to. Yoga. Otherwise I can my mind trail off or my mind still trails off. I still keep on that on that. Brief breathe beat. Thank you for sharing that a hack. His I I don't know if you don T M transcendental meditation it's similar network. Used a mantras away a guardrail can a guy you along tease this case used metronomic guardrail to Guy. Your Yoga practice. Yes Yup it's really nice it now. Here's what happened so I did yoga and in Down Dong and I'm looking at my legs and I I liked frigging ugly. Whoa where that come from. Oh and then I could feel right underneath my belly button a deep deep tension and then I felt since I've since I've done a fair a fair bit of Meta cognitive identity work but but cognition being able to see a metal layer over your cognitive mind. I I feel an identity. Oh are you allowed to customer talk? Yesterday he cuss free over woke. It's not nothing too major. But like the identity is Oh European. Shit. So I'm looking at my legs. I'm like oh. My legs are ugly. And like Whoa. Where's that thought coming from? And then I the knife touch this identity. You're a piece of shit and then on the down dog posture. I walked my feet towards my hands so I walked like I'm on forward. Fold in as my feet walked towards my hand. I can feel the identity of pieces ship. Come alive because I'm in your identity lives in the body. 'cause Don the bodies the unconscious mind and identity lesnie the unconscious mind so I do yoga to wake up to identity. And so that's why it's difficult so as I'm walking forward I I can hear your piece of Shit and so what I do is I hold that as real but not true like I. Don't try to like okay. Let's try and fix this now. Because a lot of my. We'll try to do that but I try. And watch all that instead of trying to fix it. I hold it like a friend as real but not true. Eventually in this happened just this morning eventually. I hear you're not a piece of shit but I didn't have to force that thought and so now that says I'm not I'm not a piece of shit and I'm working with this on a deeper level and has a deep sense of identity now because let's say let's say you're so here's my book is a workflow is a work of art Against by the way guys that Noggin know because he's year but it's It's beautiful is the art. He he gave his aren't is mine. Everything's got into the book so it's palpable wing. Read it. That's amazing. Thank you ma. So I hold this now when I'm holding it since the identity of piece of shit is still a cut in my psyche. I can feel maybe I want to vomit. Maybe I want to eat like governor. Just just begin the grounds. There's no there's no way I wrote that there's no way these crappy hands. These didn't write this way. I write this. What's going on? So that's identity. That's identity conflict if I'm not aware of all that all believe it but since I know is identity saying how did I write this book and I know it's not me? I have way more freedom so now when you start doing identity work and you can see the identity that has you lying to yourself internal character that you find yourself keeping you in a job when you want to be an entrepreneur. That is the deepest cut of what you could go after. And once you've gotten clear on what the identity is and then what your natural essences and then you've also got clear on your values because you know you may actually really love being an employee you're just employed at some place that doesn't bring out your value like one. Let's see a value of freedom and evaluate autonomy. Will there are jobs that you can have? That would give you that freedom. Tommy where you could work so values identity is very difficult. It's very difficult. I ran from it for a long time but once I that's what I say it's it's really important to face yourself every single day so quick question for you my friend. There's the inner work there's Outta work so in a work is my sad identity. This type of Meta cognition is call it. Outta work is the actionable tactics. Mate that strategy the mindset the opportunity of the opportunistic pursuit of so. When someone one of the things I really appreciate about you in when we have private conversations is you do your best to keep an open mind and not to force and opinion on someone in the over mind and swim that Ny that skill is so relevant to the arts in science on being entrepreneur. It is to be opened to what you're prospecting customers are looking for rather than trying to force you idea on them and tried to drag him along that way so in saying that's the context so insane all of that doing this time. Kobe. Nineteen global endemic. Whether you believe it or not. That's a whole other thing but during this time everything more compress so when you speak to entrepreneur. They already have a business. Everything in about a pivot. Do you meet them where they're at star from. Hey here's a optimal thing you can do on the external or you go right into a year's work. I'll start here like how do you guide them will? Usually they want the tactic. So that's what I give him the negative triggered than we do the identity work. 'cause we're doing it the way they want specificity with that way you meet them when they're at it's you can blend but I mean that's that's the answer I guess beautiful so okay so you meet them where they're adding guy them you think about it. More intuitive -ly or is it a specific mental model. You follow when as you advise them to help him to pivot their business in most effector. Effortless way intuitive. I try to think of an example. But it's like just feeling people feeling among feeling them all the time like especially if I'm doing like a one on one with him. Let's say a woman's asking a question and answer she has another question than I answered. Gs another question. And before I know like Oh. She's habitually addicted to fear. But I don't know for certain so I check in with her. I said you're going questions coming from fear love. She's coming from fear and so then. We do a little exercise. I was like I don't know what's the most loving party your body. You can feel right now at your hand is your hand loving so take the loving feeling from your hand and let it come through your whole body with love there. Do you have the same questions? She's like no. I actually don't have any questions at all and I use love quite quite generously in business like I feel a deep love for most every customer that buys from me and I think we need any. We need to literally love the people that are coming into our world to especially people that transact I had when I was twenty six IDA customer sign up to a product and I was so damn excited and I said well thank you for your time and I hang up the phone. I was like ooh celebrated. I got the chance to meet this guy like four years later. He said Hey by the way I can tell you something when I signed up as a customer for you for years ago. You didn't hang up the phone when you started hollering excitement. I note that and I was like Oh rap rap and I was like what did I like? What did that make you think any goes honestly? I felt honored and excited. He's like I felt really appreciated for being a customer that Hollered that excitedly about me signing up that guy bought not only that product. He bought my second product then. He bought a third product than he paid me. Fifty dollars an hour to do whatever and that was fifty dollars. An hour is a tremendous amount of money from twenty five twenty six hours and and he just wanted to spend time with me and was he was was. He felt how excited I was to serve him. And that's a very important because like it's like how do we find an idea? Had A good a product. Get someone to give me money for it all right so now with this. Not totally obviously consciously selfish awareness. But it's completely selfish. I'M GONNA go out in the world. I'm going to get get get get get on. Get my idea I wanNA get my pride. And when they get my money I'm GONNA get my customers get And it's a very very seductive thought process that can just entrance and then in that state people don't really start very good businesses if any at all Versus I'M GONNA go. I'm gonNA listen to someone many here that I'm going to ask them what they want for a solution then when they tell me what they want for solution. I'm going to go and find an expert. That knows how to create that solution. We're going to give that expert here piece of business on pay them for their time to create a solution. Once I have the solution I would go back and either sell them or I would sell the person in advance before I have the solution depending on how much risk I wanNA take. I would do one or the other. But it's it's such a profound shift because now it's ones based service wants based in gate gate get. What's my Amazon product? What's my shopping? Fight DROP ship product. Once my well this I the same twenty four hours in a day. That anyone else does and doesn't really take that much time to listen to someone. You could spend like four weeks trying to find a great product or you can spend like ten minutes talking to someone. We can go so deep in everything. Injuries said one listening whatever they can go get dense ding. His Book Start. From zero is in that book. He had a really elegant five question. Framework as a way to do very effectively and.
"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin
"Can you offer that as a service right Is Your Team. Good at doing product photography. Can you offer that as a service or had put out advice on how to do that or create a tool kit or an online course sir you know all these things that your business was not at all created to do but you know how to do it you know and you make that list infre- to those things you think who out there could benefit from this right in? Who could we possibly sell this to? How can you Kinda you know? Just pivot a little bit to think about how you can take The the good of what you have. It's not like overnight. All your skills were you know vanished. Right warriors were in a different situation. How can you apply those skills in a in a way That's different? Let me recap what you said so. Wipe the entire slate clean. Starting from nothing in they really take a good look inventory. All of your Competencies in about how can repackage these different kinds of competencies in two different offerings to perhaps different sets of the market or send same market but a different Angle right so that way you can continued by by Baillieu to people that you WANNA serve is on an accurate way to reflect back what you said. It's perfect absolutely no. I think all of that is something that anybody could do And again in here I am. I not in the product to business. I don't have physical things that I sell and so I don't want to be a little. How challenging of time. It is right now for people in that space but I hope that these are some bits of advice of how you might be able to kind of make things work Another thing I've seen. That's really interesting. I've seen people do is promoting that. They're selling gift cards right now. You know for future purchases or especially for restaurants or for people that are cutting hair or tattoo artists. Or you know these. These things that just literally can't be done online right You know selling future experiences is something that can be done right now. Aside from working on the business kind of getting creative about it actually on that note. I also the way. I'm an internal optimist registered. Put that front. I like to see. This is a forcing function for us to get creative for us to think outside of the box in normally wouldn't think about you because you know more times people are busy with what they're already doing. What's already working right now. Does forces to get creative. What I've seen even martial art schools within normally wouldn't even think about Ways beyond their physical one to one training training. Now they're thinking about how it can virtually ice their education to offer to the entire world. It's hugely transformative. So even for Their hairstylist or you know the the the beauty I dunno even the artists right. Think about ways you can go beyond the one to one service because ultimately in. Here's what I want to remind people to think about if you serve one person at a time no matter what how high of a rate you charge. You're still trading time for money. Yeah right even if you're surgical surgeon let's say right but if you can turn your expertise in two products Then all of a sudden you're now creating assets and then then you can. Actually there is no. There is no limit to how much you can actually Benefit your perspective clients with your knowledge and expertise. Yeah I think that's great advice and you know the really nice thing is creating those products. What it's doing aside from possibly giving you this chance to diversify in scale the the income side of it is it's forcing you to actually write down your systems. And how do you do things right and that will make you even if you continue to be the one to one kind of model better at what you do and that is so useful you know to really know like let's say you. Are you do branding for people right? How do you do that? You know jotting down your steps. is so helpful. Yeah Actually Jim Jimmy on that to the act of describing the your your own creative process how you actually look problem. How you size them up. What kind of tools you use and so on so forth allow you to give it away or delegate to a junior partners who can actually do the work for you right is also another way to scale who you are versus just having everything depending on you For for business owners were six. Six figures seven figures. Let's say a lot of times. The biggest challenges scaling this way you just described is a tactical way to scale yourself. Right beautiful man. I really really appreciate your sharing. This is there anything else that you want to share about. Actually what one thing? I forgot to ask here. Yeah so matthew you share your journey of Scaling Business. Back in two thousand eight. You sure a little bit of even earlier how. You had the awakening moment. What was life like? I should know so so purpose for you was a like a light switch no purpose to having a purpose black and white like that or is it more of a gradual elimination to closer and closer to your greater purpose. You higher purpose in life you know. I think I think because I was able to start the company at a time where I could focus less on immediate growth immediate reward and more on what I really wanted to do The purpose came very early for me. it was one of the first things that I sort of established In in the development of the business that purpose then kind of evolve as time went on but it was something that I feel like I was trying to establish as early as possible In my case so the now is that business purpose. The same as your personal purpose was a distinct is a different. I think it's the same for me. Yeah for me. The personal in the in the business purposes is the same. It's it's Brown making innovation and creativity more accessible for people And you know and and I I do that by working with clients. I do that by doing pro bono. Work by publishing free toolkit all of that but in my in my personal life you know. I do that by trying to create fun moments. You know it's my family or friends to to make things or to explore things in You Know I. I'm happy I was able to find that bridge. I I know it's not always the case that those are two of the same but In my case it is so purpose. One of those words people use a lot is very meaningful for the individual right buffum. Outsider's point of view. We don't really know what's the difference. I of pre purpose versus post purpose if he came pain as a picture if we were to watch your life on a movie screen pre purpose. What would we see while interesting question? I would say pre purpose you would see sort of You know someone that was feeling a little bit lost around you know. I'm learning all of these things and I am kind of liking some of these things. I don't know who I want to do these things for. I'm not sure where I want to live what I want to aspire to be kind of more lost than exploring. I think there's there's kind of a fine line between those things more lost than exploring and then hosts difference. What's the difference between the two? Well I'M GONNA I'm GonNa get to that right now in post purpose you know. I think I went from loss to to exploring and so so kind of the the bridge. There is losses you know wandering around aimlessly and not sure you know when you're GonNa go back home or find what home even is and exploring is choosing to leave your home and choosing to to be lost in a way the knowing that you have somewhere to come back As well so posts purpose will we see on screen. Yes so post purpose. I think you would see you know. Well I think you would literally see me at a computer writing a bunch of things in designing a bunch of things but I think what you would see. Is this person that is you. Know going out into the world Traveling exploring meeting people and trying to share what I have to offer with as many people as possible. So if I'm here right if we were to watch the screen we won't necessarily see much of a difference in the in the so. There's being doing having right in the way of doing things. You won't see much of a difference per se but it's more the intention analogy of knowing tension or just kind of doing it for the sake of doing ed versus doing it now for towards a specific direction you want your life in my accurate to say that absolutely basically in either of those movies you would be matthew wandering around you know but again yeah with one. I'm looking for a home with one. I'm intentionally leaving that home right so yeah I think that's the simplest way to put it for sure beautiful and prochet sharing your journey with us now. Is there anything else that what for people who are listening to this? What would be the one thing if you're listening in there maybe a long certain Abou- whether at with their business won't be the one thing that you wanNA leave them with? I think the one thing I would want to leave people with is something around defining success for yourself and so what I would want to leave you with is for you to look at Your Business. Look at what you're doing. Look at all of the activities all the things on your plate and ask yourself what is the source of each of these things. What is the thing that is motivating you to do each of these things is it? You is it your purpose. Is it your goal in life or is it that it's just what other people are doing right so kind of really dissecting your plates in trying to figure out what is it that you actually like doing in what is it. That's actually getting you closer to that vision of success that you have That is maybe isn't typical in. Maybe doesn't look impressive to some people right. What is what is that. You know an in really. Try to find it beautiful. I appreciate as Matthew. Thank you so much for sharing your was then your journey in tactical advice to help people. We cover a lot of different grounds right. Do finding their purpose to Appreciating the The cove nineteen challenge to take their business form Completely physical to work in Paul model completely virtual really really appreciate nature. Thank you thank you. Thanks for having me C K and thanks for everybody for listening..
"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin
"Were laying those people off so that they could hire agencies consultancies instead and what that did is it saves them money on a payroll tax on health insurance. All of those things. So you might. If you just hang in there have an opportunity actually to be able to Still Survive in actually. Welcome some of those people who may lose their jobs in the next couple of years to your company. A really fascinating thing happened. You know not just with my company but with a couple of others is many of the designers who You know had been in the company for a while ended in. Were ready for their next thing. Moved into in house In House positions at big companies in that is to me always a sign of a good economy when a company is building their own in house creative teams so we might be seeing a shift back to kind of the agencies are the studios in the next couple of years So many ways to follow up with this. Let's see how can break down. So let's say I'm I'm that GIG worker right if I'm here right and some of the ways prioritize this instead of just here's a buffet of things. You could do some of the ways to prioritize this is hey you have one client in now figure out a way to reach out to your other. Vip clients potentially in create more anchor stat. Way So you could buy your income source right. So that's the first and foremost because we know you trust you. You can actually help him by more value for those perspective clients. That's one the second thing is figuring out ways to productized your expertise your knowledge in courses in libraries in whatever it is you inaugural courses immediate courses and things like that and on top of that. You'd say I want to add to that is this is also a time potentially to educate your perspective clients on your skill sets so you can actually ties your expertise knowledge in chew things that you can actually give away right point. Our podcast like this productized version of our knowledge and expertise as resource for anyone else out there. Who may be seeking what you have to offer here. Yeah absolutely and you know the other great thing right to try to always see the glass half full is that many of you are going to have more spare time than you have before right and so how can use that spare time in a really smart way A colleague of mine was kind of joking but also seriously saying that you know by the end of the year. We're GONNA see more academic papers than we've ever seen before right. There's going to be all of this time. That can be put into content. You know or we're GONNA see a lot more podcasts. Opening up we're going to see a lot more online courses a lot more. You know bloggers all of that. I think will really have a renaissance with all this that we have and you know you can kind of sit there and just read that stuff and say shoot. I wish that I had a job right now right or you can be proactive and see doing that as a way to get that next opportunity as well. I think it's a great way to use your time pusher so having been through the two thousand eight crises in A. Now you're on the other side. What would you say was the biggest learning from having gone through that to where we are right now for somebody? Who's going through this the first time? Yeah well and you know. The funny thing is is aside from even going through it. It's literally the year. I started my company right so so I think I have some thoughts for people that might be starting a company right now right and I think that's a lot of people who are doing it literally right now because of maybe a job situation that changed or just by chance you know feel like Oh shoot I had bad luck in my timing right. I meant or the perfect luck or the perfect luck exactly In you know some something that I mentioned briefly earlier is i. Don't I don't think that we would be here today if I hadn't started it during the recession actually In I you know I gave a reason around. Just kind of how the workforce change in all of that but but another reason which I think aligns really well You know CK to your whole that vision for the podcast around purpose as well is that when I launched the company I was not Mike. All My expectations changed right. It wasn't oh cool. Where in a booming economy? I'M GONNA get a million clients and I'M GONNA get an office and I'm GonNa grow and you know all these kind of typical views of success. Were just totally off the table right and instead what I really did is I took the time to slowly kind of grow this business to spend a lot of time thinking about the brand our story our vision our purpose right all of those things that typically when you are very busy working inside the business you can't work on the business and so if you're launching in this kind of environment right now my advice to you is to kind of see that as a as a bit of a godsend to be able to actually work on the business in kind of fine that unique voice for yourself in make that happen. I love that perfect. That you mentioned that Because Noble Warrior who I am what am about is all about purpose so some people may be saying so if you think about their quadrant urgency versus importance right. Some people are in the urgency importance area. Where there are saying to me C K. I need to put out this fire. My business about to go under. I need to put food on the table for my family. Don't talk to me about purpose. It's it's too much of a luxury right now. Let me put on my firefighters. What would you on the surface? It's actually contradictory. You just said and what I'm trying to say right on the surface. So what would you say to someone who's saying? Hey everything's on fire right now. I can't even think about purpose. Let me just think about survival first before you talk to me about this idealistic things that I really WanNa talk about. But I just don't have the luxury to talk about right now. You know it's kind of like a saying that a lot of people have if they're thinking of having kids for example where you know somebody will always say There's never a good time right like it never feels like the right time. You know all I can save a little bit more. I can have a little bit of a bigger house. You know. There's always an excuse to not do something that you know. You Really WanNa do right for that as an example. So what I would say to that person is. You can easily sort of be distracted by all of the things you have to react to in in some of those absolutely need your attention right. I'm not I'm not saying you know you should ignore the burning home right. Some of those need your attention but there will always be one of those things at some kind of scale. So how can you when you were kind of facing this These challenges or these these hoops that are in front of you. How can you kind of step back and say you know what I've seen that before? I've seen that challenge before I'm not going to get trapped in my typical reactionary mindset and I'm GonNa think about the future and me you know there's a lot of definitions of purpose but I think a big staying with purposes. It's very tied to the future right. It's very tied to where you want to go. And where you want to end up or what what world you want to inhabit In so if you're constantly reacting to right now you'll never be able to actually see that future and if you can see that as an opportunity to kind of say Oh by thinking about my purpose I actually am laying the groundwork to be able to actually do this reaction right now. You know to actually kind of change that pather myself in a good mindset shift to to attempt to adopt. I love that. Thank you exactly you speaking my language and speaking to the choir for sure The way our tickly to anyone listening to this in an who are grappling with this question about putting out fires for survival versus thinking ahead purpose in my the way I teach my audience is that there is different levels of purpose purpose. Easy directionality thing. There's the greatest purpose that is your life when it's life four in maybe right now giving what's happening. This purpose is to provide for a family. That's what it is. That's holy okay but still maintain the directionality of where you Wanna Guy Your Life Your Business relationships overnight though. That's one way to think about it. The second way to think about it to think about this as essential crises I mean it is an essential crisis for for mankind for you know if you be pessimistic about it and or a essential crisis for your business potentially right so it's the perfect opportunity to actually think about How I've been doing my business in running my life put me in this position where I'm scrambling interesting. So how can I think ahead Soc that I'm nine disposition scrambling again right. That's another way to think about it. I'm not being discussed passionate about it but this is another way to a perfect opportunity right to actually think this and how I will concretizes personally is. I don't have to think about all these things all at the same time. I can actually break out parts of my day. Hey from this time to this time putting out the fires but this time this time is self reflection is actually think ahead so and so forth so you can actually quantifies. How you manage your time. What do you do that? How do you actually manage on Mental Space? Your your mind share. Yeah no I think those are really great points so to your point of scheduling time. That is completely something that I adopted. you know. I. I'm a big believer in waking up early and and doing work early because what you can do is you can get to the things that you can predict right. Because when everybody else wakes up they bring the unpredictability with them. You know and so what I try to do. Is I know in advance right the day before set some goals on my calendar. I block off sometime and it tends to be you know. Maybe sometimes as early as six. Am luckily not that early as much anymore. But you know seven to ten. Am of things. That I'm like. Okay I've got to get to this stuff right then. Typically by ten that's when the world brings all of their unpredictability in so if I can have some of that time to get to the things that I've planned it really helps me On the flip side. I do try to schedule. Time to write or it's to reflect on my long term goals the vision for the business. What kind of project I wanNA take on next all of..
"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin
"What would you say to the business owners who are in that transition right now from from physical to now completely virtual what are some the mindset shift than any day that image you think about before we jump into the astral tactical things so I would say for for a manager for a business owner. There's so many things to be thinking about but the real number one thing is changing your philosophy or you're kind of thinking around management in general. You know it's very easy when you have an office to say. Oh Hey you know. Is Jane here on Time Right? It's it's nine o'clock In Hey it's it's It's four thirty wire people gone right there. There's kind of this easy visible okay. People are here. They're working. They're leaving. They took a long lunch. They took a short lunch. You can see all of that right and the ability to see. That is almost completely gone right. People can be logged in on different chat channels or going to meetings things like that but the real granular Aspect of that kind of visibility is more challenging for a manager so you know the biggest kind of recommendation that I make is to change the mindset from. Hey how many hours have you worked today to? Hey did you finish your assignments for the day? Right and You know that's because some people when they're going to work from home. What you sort of have to be prepared for is there's GonNa be people that are early birds like me you know. And they're starting doing their things at six and you know then they take a few hour break in the middle of the day and then they can get to the rest of it by five like everybody else. But everybody's GonNa be different right so so you know. This is a very hard thing for managers when they're just getting used to this transition because you know very often they're not used to kind of setting clear scope of work or thinking of things as a project as opposed to as about time into that. That's something that I think takes quite a bit of adjustment so in theory right. I'm speaking from a place of someone who haven't done this. Who HAVE WHO's actually in fearful of actually. Let me bring examples. I was being too entrepreneur Who's at office physically? And then he is being forced to do a complete the virtual setting out because of the covert nineteen crisis happening so his complaint is that everyone is watching. Netflix aches and everyone is Underperforming productivity has gone down to shed. Those are his words. So what would you say to that person Having gone through the other side actually are able to maintaining productivity perhaps even haydn productivity. Well I think it's all about having very clear expectations on a couple of things. So one is clear expectations around your work from home policy writing a lot of people. I mean you know so. Many businesses were just thrown into this. They don't have a policy around. They don't have guidelines they don't have anything right so setting some parameters around what does work from home for our company. Look like right. Do we have that flexible range of just get your stuff done in an were cool or is it. No you log in to slack at nine. Am You log out of slack at five PM? Bright you know what what are kind of your parameters so that would be one thing. The other thing that I think is really important is thinking about How is it that you actually assess productivity writing? This kind of goes back something. I said earlier around less about hours. Worked more about deliverables made right in. So if you're GonNa do that you actually as a manager need to say this is the deliverable this is. What's expected of it? These are the resources we have available for you This is the effort that we think it'll take and this is the due date right if they don't meet their due dates just like if they didn't need a due date or if they skipped out on a bunch of meetings in person you know there's repercussions for that and there has to be that kind of clear understanding between the manager and the teen. So that they they get that done. What do you have any books or resources to send them to as they think about more of instead of measuring efforts time measuring throughput? End Deliverable right. Yeah any specific resources or books that you can help him can wrap their head around concretize that even more well you know. I think that there's actually quite a lot of talk around this in the design community. So this is something that designers are very used to sort a project based work right and same with freelancers also so this might sound like a strange recommendation because it's not necessarily a management book but as a manager if you actually look up some of the resources online for freelancers around how do you set scope of work with your clients right. You can actually use a lot of those same tactics with your employees. Even though you're not the intended audience I actually think that would be one of the most useful things any specific book. No no specific book but just blog blog post. There's so much information out there. I think the AIG. A is a great resource for that. Which is a graphic design association? But there's there's so much of it if you kind of Google freelancer scope of work clients. You'll find so many things The other thing too just to to do a little shameless plug We just put out a couple of really helpful resources that are based on You know kind of developing managing remote teams over the last twelve years That's it's called. Make it remote and I'm sure we'll we'll provide the link as part of this post but you know we put out a survival guide for the future of work basically. So how is it that you can think about? Some of these management techniques. How can you create that work from Home Policy? And just what does it take to sort of? Do this Funny enough now. We're being forced to do it. But you know this can also be good for thinking about long term as well. Well I mean skimming giving that topic. Let's let's let's talk about it. What from my point of view so the Chinese were for crises. There's danger and there's opportunity right. That's that's the way. Gee that's what it is the way I think about it. As it's it's a great forcing function for all of us to rethink how we work and so perfect so future a work. What do you think how this cove in? Nineteen coronavirus is forcing us to step into the future work. What do you think the future will work is? It's really fascinating question you bring up you know So I think before I get into what I think the future of work is I think talking a bit about cove in nineteen and maybe the the more near future right What's happening now is not a new conversation. There's been so much talk about remote work from home. There's been demand for that for years right but what's happening right now is absolutely everyone including the naysayers are forced to actually experience. So you might have been working for a company where You know the boss said Oh i would never do that. They you know it's reasonable to not want to do that. That that's completely fine. That might continue to happen. But they now where they hadn't before get to try it and Kinda funny thing is. I think we're in that stage this sort of past week. Where people are sort of goofing off a little like sort of figuring it out you know but if this goes on for as long as some people think I think people will actually learn to be productive and learn to adapt as as we all. Do you kinda creative human beings right and what that's going to do and this is sort of my my warning flag to the to the managers out there. It's GonNa make employees realize that that meeting could have been in email or oh. You said that my job wouldn't really function while at home but I did it right away and it's GonNa be hard to. It's going to be hard to go fully back to in person. I gotta be honest right with the amount of people that will it be experiencing this? I'm not saying that every company is going to go remote now and or that every company should but I am saying that pretty much. Every company is going to have an employee knocking on the door. Saying Hey I kinda WANNA work from home. One day a week right. And you'll know how to do that now and you'll kind of look bad if he say no to be honest if they've got the good proof right so so that's kind of perspective on Cova Nineteen In particular and then. I know you you're bringing up future of work to You know to me future of work as as a lot of people. Mention is about kind of that. That flexibility is about project based not time base but it's also about Thinking more long term in seeing how the GIG economy has developed. It's also about having many different roles or many different hats and you know. This is a pretty stark difference from my parents generation. Your parents generation of you're in a role right and you stay there because you're trying to get the benefits you're trying to go up the ladder etc and we're already seeing signals of that kind of not being a thing anymore. You know younger employees hopping between jobs every year every other year holding multiple positions as freelancers. Right Driving Uber by night. You know and I think that will see more of that as well. This sort of spread the spread out kind of kind of worker. So one of the things that I see on the social web is a lot of gig. Economy workers are really really concerned about their Their stable income. So why have you seen as a way to how counteract at because on the one hand of this freedom That being a gig worker provides they're also oftentimes wanted the first being cut right you as a contractor or A. You know a part time employees or even fulltime employees. So what have you seen? Or what would you advise to your audience who are full-time Gig. Workers in their freaking out right. Now what would you say to them? Well you know one thing I would say is is to diversify your gigs right. So if you are if you are. Let's say you're a freelance graphic designer. I have a lot of people You know that I work with at that fall into that category in you have one client. And they've been a great client you've had them for years They pay well right there. You're anchor Right now there's too much uncertainty to have a single anchor right so I would say one of the first things that you can try to do is have ten anchors as overwhelming as that sounds trying to diversify bat would be smart on top of that though on top of providing those services in seeing that as an income stream you know can you can you. jot down some of your tips and tricks into a toolkit that you put online in you charge people for. Can you make a ECON library that you put online in charge people for? Can you make an online course? He'd you all of these different things realizing that were in this time of uncertainty. Not One of those is GonNa do enough for you right but collectively it can do. Enough the good news is that a lot of those ideas. I just You know shouted out our passive as well. Because what you don't want is to be working so many jobs that you're exhausted you get burnt out. You end up not liking what you're doing right now. None of us want that. But that's something to kind of keep in mind the other thing I would say you know on the contractor note maybe less on the GIG economy side but more on people like me who might own a small agency or like that. I launched in two thousand eight during the recession and I think in many ways it was because of the recession. That were still here right. So so one of those reasons What was really fascinating during? The recession is many of the companies. That may have had in house design teams in house marketing teams it. Cetera..
"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin
"Welcome back to Noble Warrior. My Name is C. Kaelin this is the place where we talked about. The pursuit of success and fulfillment in building purpose driven organization. 's Today's guest is Matthew Minnows. Matthew is the founder and managing director of very nice since two thousand eight very nice has built and managed remote design in strategy teams to tackle projects for hundreds of clients..
"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin
"Tom and apply for a free clearly session? Today I'm really excited today to half my teacher sought Don Raja with me I meant SATI A- within to make the impact us find a true measure within to make impact to see him about that elaborate I believe that this court ruled that we talked because as you said often ends and the roller coaster are why the highest of high low of lows is when we get the most use the most biggest lessons by we reality you don't need to wait until you hit those maximum points of minimum points and it's in the moment when you spend a played age create that dynamic balance into truly integrated actually operate from a space of equanimity exactly yeah so really really appreciate that because he mind even though intellectually understood I didn't the actual processes I mean other than meditation but that face time in someone's calm doesn't always come Hawaii wants the ceremony in it I can be in I watched the ceremonies everyday so how do you actually accomplish asa an astronomical accessible everyday well this is what we've been diving into a few days and this body of work that was crafted by many great teachers of light from Jerusalem been skied so yoga Schwab Muni Charles Burner and other mentors and systems and philosophies and consciousness raising methods assembled in we've crafted in a way that her I usually accessible and duplicate -able and can enter our way of being this for me it's the beliving of these principles is the real testimony of the demonstration of our own values virtues and hold us thought about following anything other than the in your highest right now so that's what we've been focusing in accessing and developing our ability to go into it over over into these higher states of consciousness if you will Louis of turbo psycho spiritual meditative absorption tickets into high states from our very problems to me it's a pass it's very simple path where we use the things that are entitled to stick in life to bring some light and enlightenment to me means ultimately going from struggle into silent our flowing with reality it a very useful joyful ecstatic way so for you would that benchmark a embody master B under any circumstances embodied the joy and aliveness London on a very good it's absolutely unique okay it's absolutely signature and unique same about that we have individuals you've seen here that when we start letting go integrate their greatest fears the obstacles that have hold back from the action that they need to take fourth in the world whatever psycho spiritual obstacle and how they transformed in minutes right you see they might be even more exuberant more angry it might have been repressed in their anger might feel what are we doing to the children what are we doing to the forest and they're true anger the rage that's coming for the heart might come forth into my bubble over and be strong but after a while it'll become even more powerful and you'll turn into a gift through strong evoking talkative communication that penetrates the stiffness the numbness of people's hearts and souls I see so the expression any different based on the individual in your case you had that warrior the way of being somebody else maybe joy as somebody else maybe whatever absolute later angry played I awakens absolute measure or personality structure I feel is either for us or against us and all the layers and all the angles and directions of the multiplicity of identities we carry forth animating our true self through the identities of worthy I'm not worthy a father do you love me father I'm lovable mother I leave me alone whether I can do it on my own all these particular identities but even know we're carrying around and we bring them out we're living through them without a bosses over children over colleagues over friends are educators ourselves it's Madison communities but when we come to herself which is the essential perennial wisdom no one can that can trademark diagnosed can have any goes formula two that's what we do have a capacity to come into union with the truth of ourselves quickly now rapidly I believe on the benchmarks hey I've touched a moment of my south my own truth well the Zen traditions and we carry the fourth in one of our processes can show meeting from the Zentrum Russian of self enquiry through contemplation taken on Enquiring Life parables if you will what is the meaning of life who am I what am I what is another so there's many of them those are essential life questions the minivan when you take on the question who am I what are the essential realization is is that when is the self I am mean but it's not an idea doesn't come with Eddie here's what I am and here's what my career is here's what my job is is my roles in life it's something that is prior and post and transcended to any rose any relationships any juxtaposition Levi's any sense is any spiritual extrapolations any dimensions any fairies goddesses any gods any clue actress any of that it is what the grades have talked about that cannot be spoken about but would it is to me is absolutely real sort of the foundational things yet is who Emma when you get that whatever work you're doing if you are a carpenter you be a greater carpenter your mother you'll be greater mother you'll be more in the driver's seat of your life you're not going to be acting out of identities you're going to be acting out and you'll be able to be more empowered in your choice to me those are the Foundational Ken Shows it's not a permanent state of awakening dips into the the absolute of self and then we can build on that by having that flavor that vibration the taste of truth we build on that if we've realized I mean that stop living like you're somebody else that's how you live that in life stop trying to live Elsa Dream of you societies dream of your wife your husband's revere expectations of anyone else what is my expectation of myself that is the power women in the moment rather than from period yes or inherited from my parents broadly new state of knowing lab unquantified bear against instance so that's my experience and then these can expand mature what am I can be very multidimensional very cosmic in certain ways these experiences aren't the truth itself their experiences the actual those terms that we use are always limited we all know this but if we were to play with language for artistry Sake is poets do than we can say that what am I can be expressed as the everything nothing this some point out where everything at some point out where nothing sub will get through everything nothing this isn't so people get nothing everything this and then the is we're all the language duality all falls away and then they're just becomes truth itself touched that nectar in you've techs nectar is attached snowing in contact with a truthful goes beyond so there's a lot directions we can go about identifying other because he had talked about your superpowers ability to see people individuals for who they can be right there gift gift to give and I will also say when you're superpower as well as you experienced to be able to identify a fellow body teachers so what are some of the ways or benchmark how do you know you actually have mad another master look look at every one of the is that you see for the next you know month in the master as limit them for whatever identity may be just to see them as we are masters at Plano in the world us to all be masters of plane had believe you are a master at your craft I avoid just started knowing the touch of you I heard yesterday that your exemplary dancer I had no idea mentioned that to me so here's a whole domain of your beauty that I've not even touched one day I look forward to ah so I think it's very good thing you know my teacher said to me my martial art teacher years ago it's better to be humble all the time then to be humiliated all at once thing is good to learn absorb what's useful scarred what's not also be discerning in this day and age where bling views of can be confused as death or sing song and dance can be detraction distraction in elude Asian in delusion from the embodiment of living truth very captivating seductive of things on the path of growth let's jam on that for a moment you're a teacher part of one assume away to fashion let me ask you instead assuming as a teacher how would you like to measure he -cerned impact you making the world boy do you even thought that why'd I reaction is out of curiosity we've been here together number remembering we had people from twenty five years on me work with me my family and friends from member Brad Newton different generations was struck by that at this moment you said because I was feeling what's the impact and quite frankly it's like I like to keep nose to the ground we'll keep looking forward to I know my personality my personality of strong personality Alpha energetic can whatever predilections I have today I just saw what's the human design it says I'm manifester which is I think the shadow side of that is what through my life which is the shadow of sex powered money with it all of us so I'm a practitioner first and foremost to me there's only being Practitioner and I think we're all students and teachers every one of us to flush out what used to send I also love to study for people and I've never found anyone perfect I've never found anyone absolutely will are fewer absolutely dastardly but most people are combination of fucked up brilliant and so for me the disturbances to absorb what's useful added to my repertoire if I see aspects teacher they are don't match many more look for within myself to clean that up I to keep doing so I don't think there's any arrival you know the shape was a very powerful teaching for me because changes from the Chinese philosophy one of the hexagrams points to the fact that the superior man woman even if they go to the heights of their own power Reuter King CEO leader of a company the leader of the business leader of their family. Whatever that.
"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin
"Hear how they are operationalizing what they learn from different modalities different domains and bring that into their lives bring that into their relationships bring that into the businesses so oh thank you so much for being on the show james. Thank you c. k. I am honored and grateful for this opportunity to share my story and to show through listeners showed the world. So why don't we ask you start off from. Why did you say yes to my invitation to my requests well home for one. I realized that <hes> through my journey i discovered my purpose and my purpose is to share <hes> journey and to serve and it was just the right time in the moment for me as i have gone through this incredible journey of self discovery empowerment and i realize i have a voice i wanna share so <hes> right. Opportunity came at the right moment beautiful. Was there a moment where you realize like abbas story. I wanna share yes when i was at <hes> tony robbins <hes> date with destiny the the first one that i went the two in december i discovered my destiny and at that moment i realized this path of no i've gone through and we all go through so much but by sharing it even an i can impact one in person. I feel that i'm growing and sharing my light so there's a moment <hes> <hes> well i at u._p. W which is what unleash the power within an in november i broke free of so many limiting beliefs beliefs that you know came from perhaps when i was young and and when i was bullied or when i first moved to america and i felt like me to feel like not enough and i didn't understand the culture language and <hes> so from that i feel in the past i would you know just stay low to the ground. I remember distinctively like <hes> you know being bullied very badly. I was like five or six and and to somehow like it's called the <hes> genesis of identity where you know when you're young when you feel like like <hes> something happened where caused you pain and that in that age <hes> you made a decision and that decision was like <hes> you know from suffering pain of like being picked on i learned like oh you know be very private or just stay low to the ground uh-huh and so when i broke free of those limiting beliefs i felt <hes> i wanna share it. I wanna share how i broke free. How did you make your onto sure specific process per se unless you want to <hes> show you share with us. Unpack that a little bit. How did you actually because i heard from the people listening <hes> they may have already identify defy. Some limiting believes on mice that they know that that's holding them back but they are unable to let that limiting bleep go yes. So how did you do that. So one was the i mean at u._p. W they have a lot of different exercises sure where one in in particular is called the dickens process sure most people they don't want to go into the pain or into the fear mm-hmm and that process actually makes you dive in and make that pain double triple and then from that utilize his pain to shift your perspective into seen the same scenario but from a new point right so during the addictive process you w i recalled pain of being bullied or when i first <hes> moved oof to america as a child i didn't see it as <hes> this opportunity to go for a better education the american dream that my the parents had in mind i just saw it as being a removed away from you know my father because he stayed in asia so dickens process you go into the pain and you magnify magnify and then from that you look at how that decision has impacted you in the past right like hamas affected. Oh you know like i was relatively shy and like you know it didn't really know who i was like looking externally for affirmation or <hes> love <hes> but when i i went through the process then move it to the present. How has that decision the happened to you. What happened to you in the past house. Always out affected you in the present and then infects like oh your relationship family with your friends with yourself right and then is very very interesting because and then goes into the future see most people don't change because they don't they don't feel like enough enough pain or enough pleasure to change. That's how you create lasting change so by doing that process where you you bring up like these old beliefs of like. I'm not enough for the number. One and two fear that people have is that i'm not enough enough and i'm not loved right so i'm not love for who i am love because of x._y._z. achievement exactly yeah and so that's <hes> that's sort of decision another decision i made when i was very young because i you know <hes> <hes> when i came to l._a. Just fell in love with basketball showtime. <hes> and michael jordan and remember like be just <music> so bad added distinctive. We remember a time where i was always picked last in school and the playground this was when i was like five or six uh-huh and i recall like this moment of just feeling like i was about to be picked last and you know it's usually the two most popular kids on the court that becomes a captain they pick right so one time. I was supposed to be picked last already. I was already last but the this guy's now i don't. I don't want him sucks too. Bad knows very short uncoordinated to say the least <hes> and i remember when he he said that the other captain said you have to take him otherwise you'll be six versus four it'd be unbalanced and so begun to fight the physical fight like a brawl in front of me over how badly i saw and i remember feeling so embarrassed and so such pain of like feeling not enough that i <hes> i ran home and i was like i was like <hes> expressing myself love to my grandmother dislike beating myself up just like oh man like there's something that i love so much but i wasn't born with it <hes> um and she basically looked at me and said what are you going to do about it and i remember we're making it. The wisdom of grandmother was the grandmother you know she's comforted me with some amazing <hes> taiwanese food and then she <hes> so what are you going to do about it. I remember being like six years old and like putting my foot on the ground and saying no matter what i'm going to be great at basketball so i made a decision decision of my outcome and you know i basically learned the ten thousand hour <hes> so i was just practicing all the time i was playing basketball had basketball with me. Wherever i went i said what do you have to do. You have to shoot the hoop like twenty thousand times. You have to dribble like fifty eight hundred times or be good but the key is it wasn't worked for me. I loved it. I enjoy the entire process of so. It took like <hes> ten years for i got to like high school not made the team <hes> and there was a amazing coach who believed to me me me captain and in that year that was cut our team won championship for the first time in twenty two years and i remember another decision from that was like <hes> look. I feel like i overcame something that i thought was impossible. Sibal and that was a core part of who i became because you know that belief is still with me today. I'm like i could pick up a completely new hobby and just have zero talent in it but if i decide the outcome and i'm willing to you know give it my all without worrying about failing without without giving up <hes> like eventually eventually i'll be right yeah so <hes> f- from that was like a belief that came about <hes> but then i started to tie achievement <hes> with <hes> what i was really after just love and immovable no from on my family from my father and through my journey when i realized do pain and suffering bringing realized that <hes> had nothing to do with achievement <hes> it's like what they say the science of achievement versus the art of fulfillment fulfilment and when i awakened i had nothing to do with you know the businesses that i started. I started started business in my mother's garage the few hundred dollars i built it up. I got very lucky you know and i just was always creating value looking for ways to create value but there was maybe a subconscious thing they're bad but then i'll feel acknowledgement didn't know love me then they'll love me yeah exactly validate me exactly so when i'm broke free of that and realized that the foundation the core value that i was looking for love and connection and you know opened up to my father i expressed to him you know how i felt and i learned something called the five love languages. We'll before you go there. Actually i'm curious. What would what caused the awakening moment. Was it just simply. You're laying around one night and came to you or was there through. A specific process or specific book was specifically teacher. How did you you await yourself. You know that feeling when you know you you work so hard for something and then when it finally arrives you know how long does that fuelling. We usually lasts for the second second. Rain doesn't last that long. I realized through the progress of <hes> <hes> whether it'd be investments or building businesses i realized i was always still seeking more more externally but when i start going through this incredible self-discovery finding myself i was just learning a lot of different truths komo out there and then defining who i am there were certain moments of peak and again usually late with pain i saw for my father. I expressed to him like you know like you know how much i love you bro and you know he wasn't isn't <hes> he wasn't expressing that back and i was starting to feel uncomfortable like oh is he saying back and then i call myself the new me the werner's awareness about you know what he's talking really quick. Lemme let me hear what he's actually saying and i've learned that grandfather never expressed to him. <hes> um your father to my father like that. He loves him so then. I realized oh he doesn't even know the word. It's a generational national thing but through journey of self discovery you know like <hes> you know <hes> exploring the world's and dislike being present and truthful to yourself what you are really about. I uncovered that and then from that i basically you know ram within <hes> i asked that question because i also <hes> speculate <hes> lotta people were listening to this are either aspirational entrepreneurs or entrepreneurs who is striving to make their first hit right single of course and to them is like oh. Why are you guys talking about this. I want to be successful but from all the high performers performers entrepreneurs leading that i met at some point they realized like that is an empty pursuit. Yes go for bat success for sure but at some point they realize like wow is they're all there is is it all about hitting my net worth gore my revenue goal or my relationship goal whenever it was it was a moment where you felt like that <hes> central stress. Was there a moment yeah. I i feel like a specific moment <hes> probably be like when and i felt rate pain and suffering and i realized that it had nothing to do with money the success it had to do with internally finding what you are 'bout see most people they see like <hes> you know very successful people right you know it's kind of like the tip of the iceberg right they can see the the surface camila they're successful but they can make assumptions like they never suffer pain or they never know or they were born with it or something like that and and what i realized my journeys to really be successful. It's not about what you can achieve. As it's more you can serve value you can bring to the world and and there's a distinction there because people who focus on let's say a number yet. That's what they focus on. Just you know <hes> can manifest that got the highest the highest <hes> dream that you can set it could be the limit. You're holding yourself back yeah. That's beautiful so other processes. Have you come across. That's a really help you let go of these limiting beliefs so through my journey like <hes> basically <hes> <hes> just uncovering so much from within you know <hes> u._p. W due date with destiny <hes> i basically been on this journey where this year <hes> i essentially open myself up to hugh just growing and growing for the sake of contributing and from that i am basically like you know. I've done landmark on mark in <hes> looking t._m. I've been training intimated. Yes <hes> i've been training in europe <hes> everything from public speaking to coaching to empowering people so i've i've learned to just free myself from there's just one perspective on truth and to just dive in dive into just learning what's out there the best in the world i mean how they're how they're sharing and how they're teaching how they are empowering people and from that it creating my my truth sheila well i. How did you pick these church. What are your criteria for picking church. <hes> is it just do what they say. Online was through <hes> <hes> friends recommendation was it through a felt experience with them so i learned about this idea of modeling after the master's and <hes> <hes> from tony robbins you know so <hes> again. I've been to probably like eight nine events this year. Which is a lot yeah. I've been traveling all of the world and part of it is modeling after someone who's already excellent <hes> eh was already outstanding in what they end their gifts part of his the an intuitive part of me that i've learned to uncover of of trusting your instinct when people are talking about their experiences so one of the things i would do is go around asking people what is one book that the absolutely changed your life and then i would note when i when i ask for let's say recommendations and opinions i found i think maybe from entrepreneurship like a lotta. Times will ask questions that are biased like in some way okay. I <hes> <hes> if i say if i asked this question of like you know all i heard cross cross bits mazing. You know i've heard so much great things about it. You know like <hes> what's your experience across or hamas cross fit and power view. That's leading you to an answer of what i wanna hear versus. You know what's one. What's one tool that you use that has absolutely empowered and just open been slate. I see and so learning to ask better questions learning that the quality of questions that we ask determines the quality of life that we have and then intuitively typically. I've gotten better and better at trusting my instinct of that resonates with me. Oh dr joe dispenser or this book about <hes> about flow non stealing fire. You know like <hes> you know. There's so much there's so much content. There's so much out there right of this buffet of information information source that correct all get cracked and we all have these <hes> filters now we can tell what's authentic to to who we are so just being on the lookout with that intention and has really helps me once breaking free of the limiting beliefs of seeking externally sternly validation or externally acknowledgement from within seeing what resonates with me and then just you no <hes> being open to talking to a lot of people about what's transformed their life and then as they're speaking their truth see what resonates view so what are some their books that you have come across. Change your your your life empowers. How has your life short few like <hes>. I would say one. <hes> one of the earlier ones was the four hour workweek okay temporaries. When i started building my business i was always of the mindset i played that same idea of basketball like i'm just gonna work. Work work work out work every day at work. Everybody just like you know and i remember just this mindset of okay. I'm just is gonna end. You know there was there was success with that <hes> but when i read that book about the four hour workweek it just opened my my mind to what is possible so then i started testing started. You know what i'm gonna. I'm gonna go buy planner for. I'm going to buy a ticket and i'm gonna short somewhere in the world and then just see what happens so oftentimes again people go away from fear and pain now. I've learned the the greatest reward where the fear and pain is right like why is it causing pain. Why is it causing fear right and then again. Usually it's something anything that you know maybe happened. Even when we were so young that unconsciously we took that and made a decision with that but then when you flip down upside you're like oh my god. I just love flowing all the time like for example with <hes> with flo like i remember you know when i first came came to the u._s. I was always like you know dancing and it was always the you know like michael jackson and i was always like dancing and jumping up and down. I remember somewhere somewhere along the lines of growing up. I mean those people are saying. Why are you so happy or like why you know like calm down. You know like i think just the consciously i turn down the volume so to speak and it wasn't until undiscovered like flow. That's <music> part of my destiny is to be flow to share flow into teach flow and so loved that in just recognizing recognizing who you are as you read it down somewhere i i do have a poster here that they have that great that you create where you visually <hes> remind yourself when you stand for right to to the listeners out there again. There's many ways to to make money. There's many ways to succeed but when you can combine it with something that you know your purpose this one you have incredible vantage because you're playing the long game um right. If you know your outcome and you know that your outcome is to serve and people served different ways so when i discovered my <unk> outcome to serve do flow then i started proactively seeking out what goes towards that outcome like mike unconscious then picks up okay. There's so many conversation oh that conversation flashed through my that book about <hes> four hour workweek or that book about out <hes> eat move sleep that was when i had a breakthrough about health <hes> i remember like doing this open meditation in the you know i went to the full moon party in moy and i remember wandering into the waters a couple hundred feet out and i laid there and i just had a awakening about man. I should really treat my health as the foundation of everything because with energy you can do anything with energy can show up more in your relationship. You can show a more for your for your business or you can show more for your family family friends and you know <hes> so those two books had really had impact because once i started reading that book eat move sleep i started to just take a lot of tools from like standing when i'm working like <hes> moving around or like learning about the eighty twenty any rule or <hes> pomodoro techniques again the key a key is to at times chunk up into what is your intention behind was chunk up chunk up is like to look to zoom out does amount to look at the you know what you're doing from thirty thousand thousand feet high angle oftentimes we can get into rat race and the details of light okay in this business. I gotta do sales marketing. I got this. I gotta do this and that's why i love traveling taking you out of your normal day-to-day element and then asking yourself tough questions <hes> yes i. I've been doing this but like what is the truth. What is your truth and then zooming out chunking up to look at will remind yourself off of the why most focus on the how right way too much who remind yourself the y. Then you're unconscious and you put yourself herself into flow state see our unconscious is so much more powerful than unconscious mind unconscious like if i took a look around like my conscience records like there's that there's that they're brand conscious records everything all the books you've ever read all the ted. Talk show ever watched your unconscious. When you're in flow state your unconscious bring forth the relevant information when you need it where you need it how you david and i found <hes> you know whether it's to travelling or going into the wilderness meditating and just being still and you know <hes> embracing mother nature or just like finding some silence time to just think proactively versus reacting i there's so much to react to in the world and when we discover discover that from within our purpose then we'll actively start to manifest things draw upon things into our lives yes so those are <hes> <hes> q. books that i felt or pretty like the health and the foundation of sleeping better her <hes> and then also just the possibilities of you know the four hour. <hes> mindset wasn't that you know like i worked for hours a week but you know compared to what i was doing before. It's just going to grind it in some dark warehouse somewhere <hes> you know versus like opening up <hes> exploring learning <hes> learning and sharing growing from even different cultures around the world old right and then saying oh that makes sense. Why do people do what they do right <hes> so i found you know they say that you're the the average of the five or six people that you're closest to <hes> i found that six person for me once i uncovered books and knowledge that six percent is masters or people from the who've who've shared through books so then i just started to read read read and there's so much information out there and you can absorb and learn learn from people who already done it. You know like <hes> michael phelps won so many gold medals like what are the characteristics. Is that really people. Who are you know in peak peak state. What are they doing. That's consistent across the board. <hes> yeah so i would say like <hes> you know <hes> different books have different impacts on my life and to re read those books uh-huh at different parts of your life you actually absorb and learn <hes> different things <hes>. There's a lot of different places so i can go with. I'll start off by saying. I actually listened to my own podcast beautiful because i'm a different person different times as yes so i can actually hear different things from what the guests have told me or told the audience so actually listen to that so it's a beautiful practice. Thank you for sharing do you. How do you you look at it more like a portfolio approach where specific date specific pick time that you would say. Hey from this time to this time or from this month this month. I'm gonna focus on growth. Was it all for you would be let me just take a hiatus and all for growth this whole year versus taking a more of a portfolio approach so i've learned about immersion complete immersion allows you to break through like <hes> before maybe like i would you know so read a book like <hes> maybe next week read another chapter next week chapter now. I've learned the power of immersion so like this year in in particular i've been just cleared my plate to just go full on into super growth and just going into like events or her seminars where you know for five six days you jus- go fully in and playful out and just immerse yourself into it completely so i found that to be a great practice where when you have the breakthroughs that you have different events then becomes about space repetition about incorporating that into your life right yeah hours i say you were talking about earlier correct so <hes> the portfolio approach <hes> i technically amd uunet because i'm immersing mercy and different things <hes> but at the same time like i found the power of presence and to be completely focused in on something learn the breakthroughs of feel what you feel and then from that create like a routine create. <hes> you know i read. This book is called the huddy how to change your mind in twenty one days <hes> so after u._p. W i i took a solo r._v. Trip it up into portland. I'm arouse reading <hes> i was reading <hes> learning and consuming so much knowledge <hes> in that state <hes> and then setting out the plans for say like <hes> morning routines and then incorporating and then keep testing keep adding what speaks to you most and what impacts you the most from third perspective and so i i love that you listen listen to your podcast because oftentimes we live from our first perspective <hes> when you can shift into third you can then see things that and you can't see from the first perspective because you know let's save from me for my first perspective. There can be certain blinders minders blind spots that we don't see your we shift into the third can then say like you know. How often do people not acknowledged college themselves often. Do people just keep thinking what's next. What's next on a double. My sales are now going to triple connects. I'm gonna hop into people not just stop and just say acknowledged themselves for what they've already accomplished and what they've already done <hes> mhm <hes> so from that mindset i found <hes> just <hes>.
"lin" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"Lin ludi up no akg don't touch shared ones a won't be too so what what the left wing women a rocket mm bye i man thank you may be wearing akg up woo oh god yep okay len goodman two eight but good two.
"lin" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Lin ludi up no akg don't touch shared ones a won't be too so what what the left wing women a rocket mm bye i man thank you may be wearing akg up woo oh god yep okay len goodman two eight but good two.
"lin" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Lin eric dill st julias's ideas were good at it me long theme of me look at me good a thorn using math book investment he'll be doesn't give the window the illegal bye bye bye bye wall while all unquote wall paul callan luke maye mm and england nice oh my god like 513 if you windows eight here's the fleet who has begun a nightmare is only joke helping king dr was woman cooking zone bring upon maggie prayerful rejected the acting was of a populist voted sharply thought by the queen noon watching akhadov nobu applicable even but what trash that will that be like my my.
"lin" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Lin insane it will be an sir uh by bush two cbs news i'm no so and key slows two two steve lorde who one okay oh and ooh london two yeah let me who mm and madison and mm best long one two and yeah really you there autry that's right on news nice donald in though now dan and god who came here i am lucy mess i am oh man no no no long island easier zhang man lad iraq gene one oh man in the an its dan soon as in line.
"lin" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"Lin real joy the dow down there think so down there just it sounds through the dow jones two the he did interesting the big out there is no no and then but no it did.
"lin" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Lin thank you he he laid two two two tpg dean a wrote a poem goes like last night to break even pay to display our before even say in these saving canon ball coming off with a denser life could dential far from a mob binches omit those themes to jean weber and crabs bucket be be limited should on and on mad at the academy of wanted one of the idea porary manifesto could be one of what is like hennigan when a deal the fbi wonder whether the idea for minute the okay and when it's like mobile blood no hint of if that were in a niggardly give it given a negative outlook of blood good luck three three by now by law that's how we do a wide nobody delgada connections novel would i'm still with the two went to pay to gather on me thank you for having me men are like the way he worked metal affleck out can i did legal with our he get out what is after what side has doubled up with jubal phone tap with best make you keep window due to lack like up the school milk shake at a group of militants ashare you hear me that is why i love that like in a foul by well one out oh oh oh oh oh.
"lin" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals
"Lin the incident the and and in the air we are barrack i am dude or nar were you're tuned to the trafford bureaucracy your dot net were privilege the hideo tom felton guitar wore night riper baroness from gothenburg sweden tom welcome back studio thank you thank you thank you are too great to narrow escape art you are ever worked videoed i'm dear under dover now i need to go orchard directive that happened abundant word a lot of great ruediger will recall quarter but about derided grubber talker arab before in the first segment your primarily the third or made songwriter i guess i've done about seventy five percent of the of the music so far by the light girl in the first album album rubin wrote onsong a man on this on exterminator he wrote three and the actually you on the new guitar player he he wrote a song and we we didn't finish it in time for this album but they will who would try to finish that up for the next one for sure but uh yeah it's mostly it's so far it's been like mostly made amends sophie lee is of course in charge of the lyrics and the melody's nouredine guard near the first hour regarded live earth talks about you talked about gordon deal your second wave would of course trump got better woodard layer ruzic together did you guys practice together emilia all right we're lucky that the you know we know we know quite a lotta bands where the members live in different cities and stuff but we're not that way we will leave here gothenburg so that we practise soledad that's great.