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Fresh update on "lin" discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:03 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "lin" discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"There's a documentary that comes out next week next Tuesday, October 11th on HBO, HBO Max, the HBO documentary film 38 at the garden, and that incredible how many weeks stretch that he had where it was Lin sanity, and he had 38 at the garden against the Lakers. He'll join us coming up. The intelligence runs in the family, innovation runs in the family, extraordinary runs in the family. The 2022 Mercedes Benz range of SUVs, every member waiting to impress, learn more at MB USA dot com. Dot com. I think Jeremy Lin started his career with the Golden State Warriors. I don't think he was drafted. But he had a few stops along the way, and he was a good player. A good Ivy League player. But I don't think that he made any news nationally. If you watched Harvard, then you might have thought, oh, that guy pretty good. He can shoot. He can score. One season he averaged 18 a game. But kind of a nondescript pro basketball player. So then he goes to the New York Knicks, and then all of a sudden, the Knicks had some injuries and then Jeremy Lin, all of a sudden, gives us Lin sanity. And once again, the documentary will be October 11th on HBO and HBO Max 38 in the garden, Jeremy Lin joins us now. Where are you right now, Jeremy? I'm in Guangzhou in China. Which the town like? So it's like a city in southern, in southern China, very nice weather. It's like it's a very food centric place. There's a lot of amazing dim sum out here. And it's just like, yeah, in general it's a very, I'm trying to think of an analogy, but it's just like hot, hot temperature, very, very energetic and enthusiastic, people, and that's kind of the vibe of the city. How crazy did it get? The coverage of Lin sanity.

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Fresh update on "lin" discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

08:24 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "lin" discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"I think that's why Marvin played it. He knows that you hate it. Yeah, you're in a great mood when you hear this, right? How can you not be? Yeah. Now, I still love, I just want to bang on the drums all day. By Todd Rundgren. Todd rundgren's related hello it's me. Todd Rundgren's in The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is a producer. But I don't even know. Is that the title of the song? I just want to bang on the drums all day. I don't even know the title of it. I'd be bang on the drum. Bang on the drum? Yeah, bang on the drum all day, Todd Reddit. But don't people get they make the mistake with Baba o'riley where teenage wasteland wasteland. I love when they play teenage lateline. That's a great song. Do you have, do you have the I just want to bang on the drum all day there, Marvin? I thought that'd be the cue for you. Yeah, thank you. Now you are. I would rather not work. What about greatest acting one hit wonders? I got one. Crocodile Dundee Paul Hogan. Okay. I don't know his second best movie that's not crocodile Dundee two or three. Was he in other stuff I don't know. Okay. I'm gonna guess no. Yeah, so how about Mark Hamill? Star Wars. He never really did anything after that, did he? No. That's a pretty good one. About Gilligan from Gilligan's island? Strong. Okay. Yes, Todd, you got one? Some of those Star Trek characters. Here we go. Wait, hold on, here we go. Here we go. I heard it. I don't know what the instrument is. But I'm having a damn good time. Is this an organ? Are you just happy to see me? Todd Rundgren, Friday at 5. Here we go. Yeah. Come on. Who's not having a good time? All right. Other one hit wonders. I did see a list that had Joe Namath on there as a one hit wonder, which I think that's stretching. Is Tim Tebow? One hit wonder. Too long of a hit. His hit was too long. It was four years. Plus the NFL, he had like a 6 year window relevance. Okay. Let's see. I'm up for an actor. Edward Furlong. Terminator two? I'm not familiar with his other work. How about icky wood? Icky shuffle? This is a funny one. A guy named Alex Winter. He was the other guy in Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure. Okay. Okay. He's dunkleman to Seacrest. Too soon. He had it. He had it. I know. I know. But does that work Seacrest just said, I'll take it from here. Or did dunkleman say, you know what? I don't think we're going anywhere. This isn't part of my art, my journey, my craft. My million. Leon Spinks. Lance spinks, one hit wonder? Mark fidge marked the bird fidget with the tigers? He was great for it felt like two year rookie of the year, mid 70s, David Tyree buster Douglas, anybody else that we're missing. I have an actor. Remember the actor young kid who played the journalist in almost famous? Yeah. He was really good in that movie, I thought. Yeah. Everyone loves a movie, Cameron Crowe. Yeah. I don't know what he's done since. I'm sure he's been in some movies, but he really nailed that role. And how about the Jesse Eisenberg? He's been in a few things. But social network is, there is no second on his list as far as what he's known for. Yeah. Well, that's where the one is so big that no matter what you do, you're not going to read. Like Haley Joel Osment. You know, he might have been in other things, but he'll never taught that. We might be underappreciated zombieland one and two. With Jesse has. Oh, okay. I would never. Yes, Marv. What about Jamal Anderson that 98 falcons team? He was on fire for that one year. The dirty bird? Yep. And it's always a dance. Like Iggy Woods had icky shuffle. Yeah. Icky shuffle. And then icky, after his career was over, would deliver meat to your door in Cincinnati? I think he went door to door and he would do the icky shuffle. I think. I'd sign up for that. Yeah, so like a club like a meat club. Yeah. Don't deliver your meat. And he would do the icky shuffle. Yes, Don. He's in some commercial, I don't know if it's for insurance or whatever, but they call number 60 two. He said, that's me. 62 would pick up the meat. The inky shuffle in the supermarket's pretty funny. It was a big deal. Yeah, see. I didn't realize this, but Mark Hamill has quite a fan base. Uh oh. Actually, he's quite an accomplished voice actor. I hope you know. We're not making fun of our camera. He's one of the biggest franchises movies. He's one of the best characters of all time. Too late scene. It's like I said something about Taylor swift. If you say something about her, then I'm mad at you. Yes. I wonder who's had the biggest hits so far away. Look at Henry Winkler was a font. It's one of the most famous actors in America in the 70s, but now he's on Barry and he's getting like, it's like his book ending his career with a really good role. Barry is so good I started watching season one again. And I said to Bill Hader, because I texted him, I said, hey, just getting in character. I rewatching season one of Barry. And he said, I promise I'm going to get you in season four. I said, okay. I don't know what role, but bearing. I hope she's in four gets picked up. That's going to be awkward if I'm like, hey. How are we doing? We didn't get picked up. Let's see. Alberto in Chicago. Alberto? Hey, how you doing? Good. Now that you're just talking about berries, I've got two berries for you from the early 90s running backs Barry word. Oh. Yeah. Barry foster. Baylor's in the chiefs. How about Christian oye? The Nigerian nightmare. Azusa Pacific. That early 90s. Oh yeah. I love me some Christian okoye. That early 90s Kansas City Chiefs with Barry word to your mother and Christian okoye. Word up. Yeah, that was a fun short run. Yeah. Let's see. Keith and Portland, hi Keith, what's on your mind today? Hey, just some of those funny names. Yeah. 25 years ago, we had this guy in our HR department. And we won a prize off of radio station, his actual name was dick puffer. Dick puffer, okay? I'd go by Ricky puffer. It's like a pothead. You a pothead puffer? I think I'd go with my middle name. I think. Unless he's got, I don't know what would be worse than dick puffer. Let's see what else do we have. David in Virginia. Hi David, what's on your mind today? Hey, good morning, Dan. Good morning. Tell us. Yeah. True story, so teacher way back in the day by the time I got her, she was soon her 60s. And the way she liked to pronounce it was miss rockson box. But of course everyone else and Virginia with the accent. It was rotten box. Well, there you go. All right. Thank you, David.

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Fresh update on "lin" discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

00:56 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "lin" discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Affect your teammates in particular Carmelo? I saw where he wasn't part of the documentary. What kind of impact do you think that had on him since it was his team? You know, and I think this is something that will always be speculation. I never knew then I don't know now. I've never had a conversation about it personally with him. But the only thing and I've said this is I don't say it just to be fake is I've never had a conflict with him personally. Everything that happened, everything that you know is what I know. You know what I mean? Everything I heard from, you know, when D'antoni came out multiple years later when Mari came out multiple years later, like in the moment, I didn't know any of that stuff. I didn't know what was happening. I thought the Knicks were going to match me. They told me they were going to match me. I just assumed it. I didn't understand what was happening. And I still don't know to this day, exactly what happened, but I do know that was magical moment. That was an amazing season. And he's part of the story, and he was part of our team. And we don't make the playoffs without him. So, you know, from my end, it's looking back, you know, I don't dwell on that aspect of it. No interest in sitting down and talking to him? Oh, definitely. You know, there's definitely that interest and. But I just don't think it's it has worked out yet, but you know, definitely definitely that interest, your lighting up Derek Fisher, I'm looking at the highlights here. Poor Derek Fisher that night at the garden. Yet anyone skates there. Yeah, I mean, I don't think Derek Fisher sweating that game anymore. Accomplished. So I think she's like, yeah, go ahead and have that one. I'll take all my rings. Hey, it's a great documentary. And I hope people get a chance to watch it for a lot of different reasons there. And a lot to be proud of. Glad you're still playing hoops and thanks for joining us. I appreciate it. Thank you. Thank you. Jeremy Lin. The HBO documentary 38 at the garden debuts October 11th on HBO and HBO Max. When you think of one hit wonders, we talk about bands or artists who are one hit wonders. Then you have athletes, one hit wonders. Like you could make a case Johnny manziel was sort of a one hit wonder. Maybe two year wonder. Yes, Joe Namath the one hit wonder. Now he was more than that. I think he was still the numbers don't show what his impact was on the game, because he had more interceptions than touchdowns. And I've talked about this, love Joe, but he played in New York and he won maybe the most important game in NFL history. And as a result, helped bring about the merger, but he didn't have an unbelievable career. But he did have that, I mean, I don't even think he played that great in the Super Bowl. They won 16 to 7. 62 60 three and four. Well, before he got hurt, he was, you know, he was something at Alabama and I think an ability to run and then he got drafted by the jets and his knees were just not that good. So I would say no to a one hit wonder. Yeah, Todd. Buster Douglas comes to mind, maybe that's almost too obvious. I'd never heard of them before he knocked out Tyson in Japan. What's like you heard of him, and then he knocks out Tyson, then you didn't hear a whole lot about him after that. Yeah, Pauline. This is, again, a little forced. John Daly is like a two hit wonder. He had two unbelievable weekends. He was a good golfer and competitive golfer, but he went from an unbelievable unknown, complete unknown on a Thursday to a household name on a Monday. Yeah. So he has that. And then he won the British open as well. Yes. David Tyree. Yeah, that's a one hit right there. Okay. Good one. Yeah? Yeah? He never caught a ball after that. Yes, hunt. What about Fernando mania? I know he was an all star for like 5, 6 years, 81, he was huge, then he had shoulder problems. He had a great 81, then there was a couple of years where he was still good at the dog. That's not a one hit wonder. Like he came out of nowhere, but he's still stayed longer than like Johnny manziel didn't really have an NFL career. Yes, he. Brady Anderson, one great season. Tainted. Gas more. What about Keith smart? He's smart with the jumper, won a national title? Okay. Pauly? I would say Fernando Valenzuela reminds me of Eddie Murphy's career. I had no idea who this guy was, and three months later he's the biggest thing in America. And that's how Eddie Murphy kind of came on the scene. He's had a very good career since Fernando had a very nice career. But he went, nobody knew him outside of LA. Yeah, I mean, Eddie's not a one hit wonder, and neither was Fernando. But when you become an overnight sensation, then it feels like you're a one hit wonder yammer. What about Don Larsen? Just that one moment on the biggest stage. Yeah. Yeah. He's got a plaque in my email park. We've talked about Miami park. One great day. Perfect game. Perfect game. Yeah, you know, sports is littered with those guys who have that moment like Mark lemke of the braves. He ended up leading the braves and hitting. He had like four 50 that World Series. Timmy Smith for Washington, the running back in the Super Bowl. There have been a couple of guys who've had those. The defensive back for the Raiders? Oh, Dwight Smith? Didn't he have two interceptions? Yeah. Dwight Smith and you get in the old animal? Yeah, Neil O'Donnell. Is that right? Oh, Larry Brown. From the cowboys. Oh, okay. Wow. Can you be a one hit wonder if we don't remember your name? Maybe you're not a one hand wonder. Eat me there. Yeah. Dexter Jackson was a Super Bowl MVP. And that is my jeopardy. Go to question. Dexter Jackson. Yeah, there's a few of them. And this audience will remind us. Let's take a break here. 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Fresh update on "lin" discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

00:35 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "lin" discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"In our radio affiliates around the country, iHeartRadio Fox Sports radio, leading the way Jeremy Lin, the former star of the Knicks. He's got a documentary, 38 at the garden. That's when he scored 38 against the Lakers at the garden and Jeremy Lin will join us from China where he's playing. He'll join us coming up in the final hour. Chris Simms, our buddy from pro football talk also stopped by as well. Baseball's regular season is done, sometimes you have to wait until the end of the regular season to find out who's been managing some of these teams, so if you didn't know that Mike matheny was the royals manager, he got fired yesterday. Playoffs begin at noon eastern on Friday. Tonight, the colts at the Broncos. And I liken this to a friend who says, come on over, ice cream party. We're serving vanilla. Okay, I like ice cream. I don't know if I'm gonna make it over there. Maybe I'll do a cameo, and that's probably what I'll do with this game today. Although I will say, if this was in the preseason and you said, hey, what about that colts game against the Broncos? Oh, I like that. You know, Matt Ryan, Russell Wilson, two Hall of Famers, new teams. I like this. I like this. These two could meet down the road in the playoffs maybe, and then all of a sudden we get to this matchup coming up tonight and you go, okay. If I have to watch it, anything else on. Yes. If it was falcon Seahawks 2014, then you could get all excited about that, Matt Ryan Russell Wilson matchup. Now I'm not so much. Thank you, too. But the vanilla ice cream thing, if it's in all you can eat buffet of ice cream. No, no, no. No, this has just been a time. Tonight is vanilla ice cream. But it's three hours of all you could eat vanilla. Vanilla ice cream. Yeah. There's no toppings. Many scoops of course, no toppings, yes, eating. I actually think that's an insult to vanilla ice cream. Vanilla ice cream is a staple of the ice cream industry and at the Sunday industry and to compare that to colts Broncos tonight. Damn it, I'm sticking up for vanilla ice cream. All right, yes, more. Will they be serving sugar cones or is just in a cup? Just in a cup. Ill. No toppings whatsoever. You don't even get sprinkles. Yes. That's exactly right.

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Kyle Mills Discusses His Newest Thriller "Oath of Loyalty"

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:19 min | 3 weeks ago

Kyle Mills Discusses His Newest Thriller "Oath of Loyalty"

"You know that Kyle mills has been a guest for many years since he took over the amazing legacy of Vince Flynn. Here's the brand new book oath of loyalty. Kyle mills is back to talk about the loyalty. Good morning Kyle, how are you? I'm good. Thank you. It is great to talk to you again. This time you're bringing out a Vince Flynn book and a Mitch rap book in the middle of the election season. So we have to do one segment on the air and not our normal two, but we'll sell this book anyway. It doesn't need much help. I want for people who are new to the show. I just picked up new stations all over the country, especially in Maine and New Hampshire. Would you tell them how you came to become the trustee of the Vince Lin legacy and how oath of loyalty is? I think you're 8 Vince Flynn, Mitch rap book. Am I right? Yeah, it is. It is the ape. Yeah, well, when Vince passed away, the family thought about, you know, whether they wanted the series to continue and whether fans wanted the series to continue. And I think overwhelmingly, people love the character, they loved Vince. And they wanted to see his legacy live on. So they went out and talked to some authors and I had been a big fan of Vince's my entire life and had written a lot of my own books. And I got lucky and ended up with the job. It's

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Polanco, 3 Twins' homers sink Lynn, White Sox in 6-3 win

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Polanco, 3 Twins' homers sink Lynn, White Sox in 6-3 win

"The twins Homer three times off Lance Lynn in a 6 three victory over the White Sox Jorge Polanco delivered the big blow a three run blast while Minnesota scored 5 times in the third inning Luis harias led off the bottom of the first with a Homer and Carlos Correa added a two run shot as the twins were building a 6 zero lead Winning pitcher Dylan Bundy allowed three runs over 5 and a third innings to help the twins win for just the third time in 9 games Lin was pulled after 5 innings The White Sox ended a four game winning streak and fell four games behind the AL central leading twins I'm Dave

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Gonsolin sharp again, Dodgers blank Mets 2-0 in NL showdown

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

Gonsolin sharp again, Dodgers blank Mets 2-0 in NL showdown

"The Dodgers shut out the match two to nothing behind Tony Gonzalez in three relievers gone to Lin went 6 innings giving up just two hits with 5 strikeouts He improves to 6 and lowered his own to an average to an exceptional 1.59 Yeah it's been pretty good 16 O is good You know I got 20 more So we'll see we'll see what happens within those Mookie betts and Justin Turner drove in the runs Trey Turner extended his hitting streak to 25 straight games Med starter Taiwan walker allowed both runs and drops to a three in one record New York's winning streak ends at 6 Mark Myers Los Angeles

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The Spears Family Legal Fees Battle Rages On

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:12 min | 6 months ago

The Spears Family Legal Fees Battle Rages On

"Quick Britney Spears update for you since I last messaged you and over the past three months, the legal fight over attorney fees has continued to rage on. Which might explain some of the anger you might have seen recently in Brittany's Instagram post. Just to keep you up to date, what's happening is her mom, Lin spears has refused to back down at every opportunity, and she's now demanding that Brittany pay her attorney fees, which are more than $660,000, no one knows this but me. No one's telling you this, but me. If you want to hear more about the ins and outs of this case and this trial this person, please go to Patreon dot com slash fame as a bitch. Where I tell you all the good stuff, there's no legal authority which says Brittany should pay these bills. The law doesn't allow shifting financial responsibility and neither should common sense if you think about it. But Lin spears and a returnees are just dragging this out. She claims she hired these attorneys not only to represent herself, but to help Britney too.

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Putin Played the US and Its Allies Like a Violin

The Larry Elder Show

00:49 sec | 8 months ago

Putin Played the US and Its Allies Like a Violin

"Again, I want to just take you quickly back to the XL pipeline. We had boost it. Our U.S. gross domestic product by $3 billion, we carried 830,000 barrels of oil daily from Canada to the U.S. we created 26,000 jobs, 11,000 jobs, this Biden guy in The White House, cut literally overnight, emboldening dictator by the name of Vladimir Putin. And then the European, some of our European allies, some of our friends. Our weakened Putin has I have to be careful with my wording here. Putin played them like a vile Lin.

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What Led Up to Brandon Straka's DC Visit on January 6?

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:06 min | 8 months ago

What Led Up to Brandon Straka's DC Visit on January 6?

"Let me just say that you've been put through hell and that's true. My audience at least needs to hear your story. But frankly, let me be the one to say, I don't think you did anything wrong unless you can educate me on that. We want to be, we want to be, we do care about things. And how we do things. But in any event. So tell me the story what led up to January 6th for you. Sure. Yeah, and the other thing that I was going to say is that I think what makes it sort of so sad and tragic that I've been entangled in this and to the degree that I have is that I actually didn't even want to be in D.C. on January 6th. I had at this point already sort of given up on the idea that we could possibly be successful in exposing election fraud, which is not to say that I had given up on believing that there were some extreme irregularities with the election. And that needs to be addressed. It needed to be addressed. It's still needs to be addressed. But I felt that this situation had been so mishandled on our side. I think we put the wrong people in charge of trying to handle it. It turned into a clown show. We had this one out there in front of the cameras every day talking about the crack and going to release the kraken. You know, we had Lin wood out there telling people to stop voting and I mean, it just became crazy. The other one's got the hair dye dripping down the face. And it became a mess. It was an absolute mess. And so I had gotten to the point where I felt like my time would be better served where I was, which was I went to the state of Georgia. I was door knocking and phone banking with volunteers to save the Senate for Purdue and loeffler, those two seats, which were coming up on January 5th. So I had intended to stay in Georgia and be a poll watcher on January 5th. But about a week or so before I had gotten an invitation to come and speak at an event at the capitol on January 6th. I still was waffling back and forth about doing it because I felt like, you know, again, I felt like my time would be better served in Georgia, but the momentum was starting to build in president Trump had put out a tweet and told everyone to come to D.C. on January 6th and it was going to be big and there was sort of this implication, at least as I took it that something game changing was going to be revealed. And I thought to myself, okay, possibly something historic and unprecedented is going to be revealed on that day. And I'm getting this offer to be a speaker. And that in itself, I think, is a great honor because we knew that president Trump was going to speak at the ellipse and then there was going to be a march to the capitol. And then there were going to be dozens of people speaking. So I agreed to go and change my plans and on the 4th of January, I flew to D.C.. And things were kind of coming up on the

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The White Trash Fight for Britney's Money Continues

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:35 min | 9 months ago

The White Trash Fight for Britney's Money Continues

"A lot. It's the white trash courtroom drama between Britney Spears and Jamie Lynn Spears. Bad day in court yesterday. My source tells me they never got to the TriStar discovery and deposition issues that have been postponed, but most of the day in court was taken up by lawyers demanding their fees be paid by Britney's estate, sanding Vivian thorin were there, demanding payment. Jodie Montgomery got a request for fees approved. Lin spears attorney was there. He won $700,000 in fees. Why she has a right to claim fees, I have no idea. Daddy's spears has a new attorney by the name wine garden. He was fighting with Britney's lawyer rosengaard over having reserve funds for his fees, judge penny rejected that the reserve will go back to Brittany, Rosen garb said daddy spears is frivolous and has spent to date are you ready to hear this? $30 million of Britney's money on attorney fees alone. He also spent an additional 6.4 million on media manners and black box security, media manners I have you know in case you forgot is how Jamie spears would play stories with TMZ. He would spend money, pay them money for them to have stories on their shell and on their websites that were anti Brittany. That's where a lot of that money went as well.

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Doug and Rep. Kevin McCarthy Discuss the Notion of Republican 'Young Guns'

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:25 min | 10 months ago

Doug and Rep. Kevin McCarthy Discuss the Notion of Republican 'Young Guns'

"I want to have just a little bit of discussion from this young guns this idea, it was a new way at the time of thinking about candidates and campaigns and how you communicate. You, Paul Ryan, Eric canner. And also a little guy who stayed in the background named Lin Westwood. Oh yeah. Lynn and I in that 2010 would travel the country together. Oh, and he plays this all shucks thing. I remember. I was in the passenger seat and we had this little SUV and he was in the seat behind and one of the other guys with it was driving this whole time. I felt bad. I had moved the seat up far so he'd have room. I had no idea the back seat reclined the whole time, and he was getting the best end of the day. He made me think I was up against the window. That's land right there. Folks don't know this about Lin Westminster. If you ever knew him in Congress, he was like, that all sharks, you know, one of his favorite lines was boys time to get your ass best as britches own goes down and take them a tough vote or something. But he was one of the ones in Georgia. I know in California, the Republican Party and I want to discuss this whole issue. I think it's something that we gotta face. Lin was one of the very early catalysts to turn Georgia red. Yeah. It was his thinking. It was his work in redistricting, which again is coming up right now. But he brought that sort of mentality to that young guns of which he wasn't young or Frank he could say a gun, but he brought that

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What Is the State of the FBI and DOJ Today?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:59 min | 10 months ago

What Is the State of the FBI and DOJ Today?

"Back with the one and only Victoria Townsend and Joe de Genoa. Okay, let us ask the big questions. You know me, not like you, but I have had a long history with the FBI working with their agents, their Intel analysts to help them understand the threat of jihadi terrorism. And I was very proud of all the work I did driving the country going from R 8 to RA field office to field office. Now, if the FBI knocked on my door, I'd say talk to my lawyers. I don't wear those pins. I was given various field offices anymore. My coin collection of FBI coins is in a dusty draw somewhere. Can you give us your reckoning of the state of the bureau and the DoJ today and is it salvageable Joe? Well, I think that the decay started under Comey and it has continued. There has been no ability to apologize to the American people and to its victims. People have to remember this, though. The FBI does not act on its own. It acts at the direction of the Department of Justice. They did that under Obama. They subverted the Justice Department under Trump and worked with Democrats in the Justice Department divisions to the attorney generals at the time. And it has continued under Merrick Garland, so there is unlikely to be any change in the behavior of the FBI and the best example is what they've done to all the recent search warrants which have been issued for conservative organizations and people which are completely unjustified. I mean, it sounds like you're crazy when you say that. But these raids which have been conducted using search warrants instead of subpoenas, especially on news organizations. And lawyers and lawyers is just absolutely outrageous, but the FBI doesn't do that on their own. They do that at the instruction of the Department of

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Freedom Fighters Joe DiGenova and Victoria Toensing on Law Enforcement's Targeting of Conservatives

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:00 min | 10 months ago

Freedom Fighters Joe DiGenova and Victoria Toensing on Law Enforcement's Targeting of Conservatives

"And we back with freedom fighters. Joe di genova and Victoria dancing. Okay, let's talk about the latest iteration of the targeting of conservatives by law enforcement. We have the January 6th commission. We have the narrative of an insurrection occurring. The only people who died were protesters, a woman shot by a police officer and other woman who according to Julie Kelly, assume we will have the evidence was beaten to death by or crushed. Crushed in the cross will be one of the tunnels underneath the capitol. That story is about to erupt. And then we have hundreds of people who have been tracked down geolocated thanks to Verizon AT&T accused of misdemeanors like trespass and then put in solitary. Can you talk to us during Victoria on the latest developments, the subpoenas against people like my former colleague Steve Bannon and others? And the approach of mock Meadows because he's taking an interesting tack isn't he with his response in the commission subpoena? Well, Mark Meadows was originally cooperating with his lawyer, but then they began to raise issues of executive privilege and the committee said they wouldn't recognize those. And they said they were going to then Mark suspended his cooperation. And then they said they were going to have a vote and refer mark for criminal contempt prosecution, which the Garland Justice Department will no doubt put into play because they are politically completely politically motivated at the Justice Department. Now under Garland, I'm very very, very sad to say. So wisely, meadow has filed a lawsuit in United States District Court, challenging the legality of the subpoenas claiming they are overbroad that they do not really constitute the legitimate means that Congress has at its

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A Little Bit About Joe DiGenova and Victoria Toensing

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:46 min | 10 months ago

A Little Bit About Joe DiGenova and Victoria Toensing

"In studio for one on one, none other than Joe digenova and Victoria Thompson. Welcome back, guys. It's been far too long. Merry Christmas. Yes. Merry Christmas. You're looking very festive. I like the red color. Love it. Yes, very much. Everybody who listens to America first nyon three years almost, it will generate first it will be our third anniversary. Right. Knows who you are, but say somebody's tuned in they're traveling. They've just locked onto this radio station. They've been living under rock for 40 years. Tell them who Joe is and who Victoria is the little bio introduction if you would. Became the United States attorney for the District of Columbia under the tutelage of Ronald Reagan, one of the greatest moments of my life was to have him nominate me, became an independent counsel of the United States, investigating things for the U.S. government, worked on the hill for senator Charles Matthias on the judiciary committee, and have conducted a happy private practice. And we've tried to with your wife. Look out for the good. Hang on. We'll calm down. With my wife. Who is Victoria Townsend? Victoria, tell us, give us a likewise a little summation of your journey to date. Went to the Republican convention in 1980 and was marching for the ERA and this guy came up to me and said, what have you got there? And I said, well, I'm selling ER ERA GOP pins. And we got married ten months later. Oh. I see. That's how it happened. And what have you done on Capitol Hill? Who have you worked for? Oh, well, my hero, Barry Goldwater, which was the only boss I ever allowed to call me sweetheart. And with a special remit Intel issues, right? You've done a lot of Intel stuff in the service chief council for the Senate intelligence committee. So I know this

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Lawyers allied with Trump ordered to pay $175K in sanctions

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 11 months ago

Lawyers allied with Trump ordered to pay $175K in sanctions

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting lawyers lawyers who who allied allied with with Donald Donald Trump Trump after after the the twenty twenty twenty twenty election election must must pay pay one one hundred hundred seventy seventy five five thousand thousand dollars dollars in in sanctions sanctions nine nine lawyers lawyers aligned aligned with with former former president president Donald Donald Trump Trump including including Sidney Sidney Powell Powell and and L. L. Lin Lin would would have have been been ordered ordered to to pay pay the the city city of of Detroit Detroit and and the the state state of of Michigan Michigan a a total total of of one one hundred hundred seventy seventy five five thousand thousand dollars dollars in in sanctions sanctions for for abusing abusing the the court court system system with with a a sham sham lawsuit lawsuit challenging challenging the the twenty twenty twenty twenty election election results results the the total total includes includes more more than than one one hundred hundred fifty fifty three three thousand thousand dollars dollars going going to to Detroit Detroit the the sanctions sanctions will will cover cover the the legal legal costs costs incurred incurred by by the the city city and and Michigan Michigan in in defending defending against against the the lawsuit lawsuit the the money money must must be be paid paid within within thirty thirty days days U. U. S. S. district district judge judge Linda Linda Parker Parker who who imposed imposed the the sanctions sanctions in in August August rejected rejected most most of of the the attorney's attorney's objections objections to to the the proposed proposed award award for for Detroit Detroit but but she she did did reduce reduce it it by by twenty twenty nine nine thousand thousand dollars dollars Parker Parker previously previously ordered ordered to to each each of of the the lawyers lawyers to to undergo undergo twelve twelve hours hours of of legal legal education education including including six six hours hours in in election election law law hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio

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Caller Suggests We Need to Hear From Lin Wood on Rittenhouse Allegations

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:58 sec | 11 months ago

Caller Suggests We Need to Hear From Lin Wood on Rittenhouse Allegations

"Before anybody makes a conclusion to really need to hear from Lindsay, could you're dealing with something that maybe Kyle isn't totally cognizant of, which is the bill was in the state of Wisconsin. I believe it was a cash bond. It was a paper bomb. What would pose the most cash one? Car wouldn't get money. So I don't understand. Who gets the money? If there's a $1 million sitting around and it was raised for Kyle, who gets the money? Well, whoever posted the cat if the cash bond were supposed to get the money back, is there money they posted? They get it back. So get it back why? Because he was acquitted. Because the case is over, whether it was found guilty or not guilty, they get it back in the if you stand guilty, then they're going to take court costs or something out of that money. So you mean the people who donated to the Kyle rittenhouse legal defense fund that was to benefit Kyle rittenhouse, a 1 million 2 $1 million, whatever it is in the bank, that money goes back to the donors you're saying,

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Kyle Rittenhouse Says He Could've Posted Bail Sooner, No Thanks to Lin Wood and John Pierce

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:39 min | 11 months ago

Kyle Rittenhouse Says He Could've Posted Bail Sooner, No Thanks to Lin Wood and John Pierce

"Lin wood and John pierce basically kept him in jail. Way longer than he should have because they wanted to raise money while Kyle was rotting away in prison. There's now an argument about the money that was raised for ostensibly for Kyle rittenhouse's defense. Miranda Devine, who I like a lot over the New York Post tweeted out if it's true that Lynne wood is trying to keep money that was donated to defend Kyle rittenhouse, then what a despicable low life. Man oh man, here's what Kyle said about the two attorneys who briefly represented him. But 87 days of not being with my family for defending myself and being taken advantage to being used for a cause by these by John Pearson linwood, trying to solicit not solicit trying to raise money so they can take it for their own benefit, not trying to set me free. So you think they could have raised the money for bail faster, but they didn't. I believe it. I believe, sometime in September, September 5th I want to say they had over a $1 million and bail was set and able to be posted in September. So they could have had me sign the waiver for extradition. It had me back in Wisconsin and I could have been bailed out by mid September. But they wanted to keep me in jail until November 20th.

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Kyle Rittenhouse Accuses Lin Wood and John Pierce of Targeting His $2M Bail Money

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:59 min | 11 months ago

Kyle Rittenhouse Accuses Lin Wood and John Pierce of Targeting His $2M Bail Money

"So you think they could have raised the money for bail faster, but they didn't. I believe it. I believe, sometime in September, September 5th, I want to say they had over a $1 million and bail was set and able to be posted in September. So they could have had me sign the waiver for extradition. It had me back in Wisconsin and I could have been bailed out by mid September. But they wanted to keep me in jail until November 20th. Wow. His own lawyers wanted to keep him rotting in jail because they wanted to raise money, more money for him, money that so far, the rittenhouse family hasn't seen. And he alleges that Lin wood and others are keeping that money and linwood is arguing it's theirs to keep. My gosh. That's a very, very serious accusation.

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Broadway Will Not Disclose Box Office Grosses

Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

01:05 min | 1 year ago

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.

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Cheers Greet the Reopening of Three Mega-Hit Broadway Shows

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

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

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Jussie Smollett Lawyers Get More Time to Prepare Arguments

Anna Davlantes

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

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

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"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

Noble Warrior with CK Lin

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

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"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

Noble Warrior with CK Lin

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

"Therein lies the ability to them. Now they need to know themselves they need to go on a journey to understand themselves and Erie culture has. Methodologies folder we suffer in this society not having coming of age ceremonies we really do. We really need to it's just absolute tragedy that we are not. At the agent as young men or women eleven twelve thirteen, the win sent out. To The wild to survive if is where five three on the warriors. When expected to win the fights, slay the bed wished expected to survive. A- death to a youth death to childish nature we announce men and women. We will act as such from his we've got. A Society Phil. Children. Just getting word all the time. Yup via C our. TV You see that all of the place for sure. Since Aisha's in the takes place press again, it means something about need to make mine name here in making something bigger than what it is. The people, he's not the. Son My recommendation to anybody who is at that point discount. It's a simple as that. Is Anita gone the journey. I can't tell about what what the journey looks like a them saying. Choose the end result. Of creating this creating that any going off after that creation. My stuff's GonNa. Come Up. And I choose the Wiseman to come into my life I choose the experiences in Malacca Gallon the search. You lose the right to complain when you haven't been on the journey. Medicines without going on the journey. GonNa Johnny. Leafy, traveled down there get lost in the jungle almost die have your shit play out. So, guys you feel listening. At best you'll have a better definition of who you are not self at worst. You have some really great stories to tell your friends. I almost died in the jungle man the so. Either way you win either way you win. Kirke might we do some rapid fire questions? All complete any good at eight movies that shifted the way you look at reality. Powder. Those a different Lens look through than being a teenage boy in semi. Rural Outback Australia. There was one beauty in the will because it's just a different model. You're the third person that mission movie to me in the last three days. Yes. Have you seen? Oh I love powders. Awesome. Yeah is great. Watch it now that you're the third person mentioning it to me. What is your definition of purpose? Purpose is elusive I. My since I was a little kid was until I gave up on wanting to know that it became obvious to me the twenty nine to February this year, and I was actually a fog with dancing class and a bolt of lightning struck me like coming through me struck me to my knees. And a voice Sydney something. So something that.

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"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

Noble Warrior with CK Lin

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

"The, we, better dies. But these work to do. Work to do do to understand why you're in that pine. Don't give up. Give out. Go out into Niger. Niger for an hour. Just. Sit Day be with nature for an hour and guarantee that you'll relationship to. The Niger in that Allah is your relationship to the world to partners to the feminine mask whatever it is whatever apartment looks like you. That's it's a template. She's just of so stu. It's a cure for many things. Is being out in nature so. You can speak of that as well and please. Just get in the Niger. Choose, something you love to create and stop at would spar. And then start learning about yourself. Then staying you think that why Because that's what's creating. You just have a modal that's the way. The world is an angry powerlessness yet restless you feel palace about. The way the world isn't in what you are in never gonNA. Change. So. They go back creating you only saying the two thousand bits mentioned that you always look full. Post this whole realm. Come back to Stasi's come back to being. Energy Navarre's comeback being lying in the whites. Combat the vibration come three. Young do yourself. Takes. Work. One of the things that we do say on this podcast, a lot is You know we aspire to make a huge impact will and but that's outside of our spirit influence in because it's outside of our sphere influence. We get frustrated angry just pissed off because we can't change it. So the place to start a my approach as always been inside out. So start with the body being nature just said. My Body exercise to die it and all that stuff in then I can grow my spirit influence because I can only always control my own choices my own patters. Journal or things like that. So I can start there in go to the macro versus going from macro to the Michael. Wise words might in his even those personality types with that ease the problem. Because they focused externally on helping others. My value is only by some what I can do from people. He was only by simply being perfect. By. Values by Sony at how much I can get done. But. Apparently, the core is enough. Taking care of one's own needs is the core of many belief system on that certainly within entre inviting system. What we need. To Ariane whole great teacher of Contra and authentic masculinity was in la Lou grow in a fantastic odds too wonderful but she. Sits only once about how the difference Twain. Needs. Wants design is. Autumn and poses she had for me was at the airport. And you get cold up just before your flight to the desk, it looks like they might have a first class flight for you. But you've got to pay badly ladders. And owning. And you still haven't cold..

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"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

Noble Warrior with CK Lin

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

"When therein lies the RUB with any creation is to go about it. One is coming from the dysfunction of stuff is a wound I had where not enough and I'm never going to be safe. For instance, until I work out the way the world is. Dot know the white child down the way. The world is with a work that atom enemy said. Coming from your stuff, not guarant- guarantees you're going to be right about you not knowing why the world is you very pursuit of it is the very thing the count. Berry S.'s by the very nature of where you're coming from and going off this thing rob the very stop is dedicated to pine. Proving what you believe a self which is I've done. that. Said is another release Utah, which is your heart. which is curious. Chop in year. With lofty investigation of the unknown. The just loves playing in. The unknown. Coming from that that's when you're on fire. Yeah. Your true greatness comes out. That's when you're exploration. That's when questions which you haven't had written in accounting to. That's when you get a chance for this thing to go to Hong level for you. That is the key few in Kief. Any creation is the position you come from is the most important thing without a doubt. And so you understand that every self help anybody does who that understanding that is doomed to only create. The wound they're trying to get away from. So guys will watching or listening to this right. Now, what Kirk May is a very important insight if you coming from seeking pursuing something in order to fix something in what is the compensation something in? Would it be better at something? That's not a good recipe but if you coming from share the love of the curiosity of the play for it Doesn't much better place right coming from that space is that an accurate recap way just said? Many different ways. The sanctum flood on physician is everything. Especially, in the creation of something to both of creation that goes viral. Is the very energy that it was created with is the energy that the public take on. Now, let's think it's social media. Explosion Social Media took place with of. facebook. Facebook was what really the Cadillac attraction is there any doubt? And again, I don't know the guy. Though sling but I know I stopped about people and this is. Not New judgment it'll just knows of. Char. Its undoubted to me that the both of facebook was born of unknown enough. So is it any coincidence that the ripple effect that has on? Society. Is Billions of people thinking that they are not enough. Energy to which somethings created is carried through..

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"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

Noble Warrior with CK Lin

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

"And I was like, okay. So I just. Fighting to nose. Back, in. My Body. Up just cried AL's inconsolable. Just Beaumont shifted in me to that sense of Ceremony lighted stage my own voice candidates van and said very clearly in the battle for happiness as I. Sword, she'll be nine Serena. Shit. That was the thing. Concepts in mind about the way. We wanted to be. Of the concept it's one of about wounds Charles born truth about what how would love to cry because if we don't even know we have this limited experience in billions of possibilities we just referred to own experience I don't want that walks Pineville for that but. How would want that? But know that'll ending tease you wanna see someone shit. Make him go off to something they love. Go after that Danielson stuff come to the surface. Set of people that journey medicines when you go into it, your asshole will be handed to. Your It's Tony. Won. That's you know you get your money's worth people. Drugs? No it's not isn't when you broke up and you'll light. 'cause you're always light. It's when you someone betrays you before in its in the ceremony when you compromise because you don't trust it's afterwards when it was one of experience you your family and they destroy you. That is what she said. It show you. She's You doctors once you can do it a thousand times. Until you see your doctor, she can't lead to the next level, which is to show your greatness. Do Two thousand times only on whether greatness is because you've denied it like me. and. Then the final step is when you accept that they bring you to God one time. Medicine the dame teams from around the world is the same thing the same journey same effect, same shell, and stole same thing. Going on this is what spirits. Institute Long, show questions or. I love that quotes in a battle for happiness thighs worship be surrender. It's really simple to say but also it's one of the hardest things that I ever have to do in. Thanks you medicine were. Able to touch that a bit get some hyper reality of worry in my life. I'm actually resisting worry my life actually holding onto being attached to ask you 'cause my own suffering in in of the ceremonial work I could say, do I wanNA keep holding onto that and it is suffer or are there work in practices that can do to let go up those things in an really Courageously and move towards a life up more fulfillment. Enjoy verses a life off being self righteous. Is. Wonderful Liam might not get that throne you. I meant twelve months ago. It's so very important because in my work it's he would rather be right than happy. I'd rather be right insights about the way the world is for them. In the white things that could them the actually happy slug about sabotage himself to guarantee that can prove contrast anybody. All don't have the resources or not enough. Sabotage cells. Wonderful things happen straightaway afterwards to the extent where an athlete or A lottery winner. Example. Seventy percent of lottery winners have nothing to show for Seventy percent..

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"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

Noble Warrior with CK Lin

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

"Tell us that story a bit because I would say it's very normal to resist that in calling that intuition. For example, I've always been curious at asked tons questions drew my parents crazy ever since I was little. Never in hundred years I thought to. Formalize my my curiosity then wasn't until a few years ago. Oh, I should totally do a podcast. So now, I get to do something that I always wanted to do ever since I was little. Tell us the story where you resisted that inner calling in the sickness at a cause, and then finally surrendered to this calling. So I. was going pretty well and go and say I want you to meet a healer got Anita Hill very much into an LP self a work and trying to forge my career ahead and. She said, but he's an Olympian and he's got meals and he's astronomy. Course I. Want to so many men as a walked up to handle burst into tears on what the Hell's going on in and he cracked me up and he and two other Polynesian workers just crack me open and. I came out of that with this mantra that a now choose the pounds and my conscious and subconscious mind blast way any limitations imposed body modest solve very helping very. Ego Driven I can control this stike management bunning migraines then six weeks old sick very sick and I became very sick the following months. I. Wilt Down to one hundred, hundred, ten pounds was sleeping twenty hours a day and the doctor said the you've got cycle plus borrow syndrome and you'll never get better from his nausea begotten means is what you've got. And Has Very high suicide right now is very. Doc. Fees Depression and start a tiny to alternative. He'll see if there's any way out and. I found a few lit the fuse in the period of Thomas getting stronger. And one of the things was the use of intuition. So I started using the interest I just want to be a better athlete healthy again or perform all. That's wonderful. People started turning to me to us to heal them. He want to do that won't be a he'll serena white from that. Jackaroo the outback forbid was an adventure guide doing she don't want to do as a kid and did the ultimate run away and join the military and. A kamado cupping Stri in China for Special Forces. Selection and let me in as a thirty five year old because I helped two friends of mine who? Special Forces. Solve some problems in unique fashion in are excited to see how could use that to help. SF operations for strides, SAS commodities. So they tried me up in.

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"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

Noble Warrior with CK Lin

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

"Welcome to Noble Warrior. This is the place where entrepreneurs talk about what it takes to build in create a purpose driven life of purpose driven company. We're GONNA talk about my said, mental models, actionable tactics such that you can be inspire in take all of these tools stories in built your.

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"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

Noble Warrior with CK Lin

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

"A place where entrepreneurs talk about what it takes to build purpose driven life and purpose driven business. We're GONNA talk ball my set mental models, actionable tactics such that you can go on him built your purpose driven life in business. My Name's CK. Biomedical. Engineering PhD UCLA that turn, startup executive that turn executive coach specifically focused beyond set purpose in culture. My next guest is an award winning social entrepreneur is a bestselling author is a regular contributor for Forbes Fortune Inc magazine, Entrepreneur magazine, Time Business Insider in Harvard Business Review. Collectively, his writings have been read tens of millions of times. He's also the founder of the Mental Model Club police have all come. Michael Simmons. Thank you very much ck great to be here I'm really excited to have you here my friend. There's so many things I wanna ask you buy WANNA open up with this question. First of all, you are a professional foul leader, right? So number one, how would you define thought leadership start there and then can go down the rabbit hole. Yeah. That's a really good question actually have never been asked that before and one thing I feel like we're moving towards is a world where thoughts is becomes apparent that thoughts. Become control more and more of our reality you think about our world and that we can just press a button and suddenly there's a cab five minutes away of the man of we could have the idea, and then that reality happens as they were going to a world where that things like that become more possible and then even to the world where we have brain implants.

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"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

Noble Warrior with CK Lin

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

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"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

Noble Warrior with CK Lin

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

"You are unconscious identity of worthless like if you have the identity on a piece of shit when you become successful this identity is GonNa make it about you but it's not when we think it is. We just continue to perpetuate these identities when we WANNA wake up to the deeper awareness of our relaxed sense of self the distant joys life. That just has clarity. Naturally that just sets a goal and says you know this is important to me. I don't need to tell anybody else. Okay these are the problems. I'M GONNA counter. I struggle with motivation started with discipline. Who can I hired album motivation? Who Can I talk to Bellevue discipline? Ogata's problems are addressed. Okay I'll have a frame of fear I'm afraid of talking to customers. That's really I just WanNa talk to is when the Internet. I'll talk to anybody okay. How could I address that maybe like a restart from zero? Learn how to talk to customers? Maybe I could talk to someone about my fear. It becomes very success because a very mechanical process. Get the energetics right. I you feel that so if you look a massive attack needs ideology Security Levin Connection Self Esteem Socialization Sub Transcendence. I feel that you have achieve. You went through that journey so now you focusing a lot on. Hey successes in success until you feel good on a daily in a jetted in everything that you talk about. You feel like someone who hasn't had the success who hasn't climbed their first mountain has achieved business success or recognition on beyond the Internet B. Mayer by thousands and thousands right that they could effectively skip the line so to speak in jumped to a stop with the end in mind. I in here is the most effective way to do it. The energetic. The value from the alignment identity work so again to ask a question. Yes yes yes I do. I would say if I if I go to have this book in.

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"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

Noble Warrior with CK Lin

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"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

Noble Warrior with CK Lin

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

"Say that sounds weird right but actually pay attention to what it reveals about how you're reacting to all of us how you're acting how you're helping how you're hiding in. All of his perfect love science because all of his more part of you. That's my point of view. Yeah no that's fascinating. I mean I think it's been really interesting because even though you know I've I've had a fairly remote fairly flexible schedule for quite a lot of time You know I travel a lot to give talks and do workshops and all of a sudden all of that is completely wiped away right and that's something that I love. I've I've loved being to do that and for some reason. I'm okay with not doing it right now. You know and I am very surprising because that's something. I never thought that I would be able to really give up and I know I haven't you know forever but for months you know that's not gonNA happen in. I'm kind of okay with it and it's kind of interesting like you said what you sort of learn about yourself in these times. Thank you for sharing that so coming back on the tactical advised for business owners who may be freaking out right now about. Oh my God as you said. Earlier my income half of it is gone because conferences isn't happening speaking Gig am I saying? That's you by just. In general you know whatever things their business being impacted you have any ways to think about this or to advise them tactically to Turn this challenge. Shall we say into because blessing that opportunity? Well you know I would say one thing is get creative right so when you think about creativity The way that I like to define it as sort of making despite or with Chris Constraints you know th there's constraints. How can you do something right? That's creativity in in what I mean by that. Is those things that you think. You're going to have to cancel you. Think your client is gonNA cancel. How can you still do them? You know how can you still provide that same value remotely Case in point on Monday I hopped on a call with a client who Was GONNA cancel a big workshop that we've been planning for months and it would have meant losing money in? It would have meant being disappointed because we worked hard on it. Not all of that But then I brought up the idea and shared a plan for how we could do the same workshop over zoom in using some of these other tools that a lot of people are are learning about right now and they hadn't even thought about that at like that didn't even cross their mind right so the project. I still have it where still doing it right. So so how can you kind of get creative and really think about what you can do Now I know that being You know in the consulting kind of space. I have a lot of different privileges right now than somebody in a product space so I think some important advice to people who have products is thinking about again. What can you do to get creative? If you can't be in your in your warehouse producing things shipping things. What else can you do? What talents exist on your team? And how can you leverage that at this time right How can you if you can't afford it? How can you use some of this time to work on the business actually have your team? Think about the business. The systems how that can be improved right. These are kind of short term investments. That might end up making you have quite a big upside when we got out of all of this as well Any known for anyone. That doesn't have that time to do that. You know I think what I would say is that there is no shame in doing what you need to do to be able to take care of yourself right now right. You're you're not a failure. This is not your fault. This is not anybody's fault. This is something that's happening to us right. And so You know take if you need to take that break if you need to Start Looking for a job and scale back your business right now. It might not be forever. You know so so. I think it's okay to to do that. It's not a failure at all actually tactically speaking to. What are some of the questions that you either ask yourself your vice other Said they can find Biggest opportunity to contribute the greatest value. Yeah so so you know one thing is basically kind of putting everything aside of what Your Business Does how you promote it. All of those things right making a list of things. Let's say it's five things right that you and your team are really good at doing so. Let's say for example your in the cosmetics space and you sell you know hair and makeup product.

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"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

Noble Warrior with CK Lin

12:16 min | 2 years ago

"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..

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"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

Noble Warrior with CK Lin

14:14 min | 2 years ago

"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..

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"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

Noble Warrior with CK Lin

06:01 min | 2 years ago

"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

"Hello friends welcome back to par two of the from adversity to opportunity series. Yesterday we talked about the overall framework of what my intention of the series as a gentle reminder. My ultimate intention here is to help you be happier healthier stronger. In spite of all this chaos. That's happening as we know. This virus is impacting. Our economy. Impacting your social life. And from what I can tell. It's starting to really impact our mind as well if we look at a brain house evolve over time. It's evolved to help us survive and right now. The survival brain is in overdrive and the collective stress is now even amplified even more by media by our peer groups. What you can do instantly right now to impact your mind is to pay attention to what you consume. We are what we consume. Think about it. If we consume donuts all day it's inevitable that will probably have type two diabetes if we consume negative media. That's full of fear panic and overwhelm by the end of the day. You come out more fearful more overwhelmed more contracted so case in point. Today I had a few conversations with a few entrepreneurs in one of them is one of those guys who likes to think about the worst in prepare for the best and he's preparing for the apocalypse basically and he was telling me every little thing that he's doing to prepare himself every I won't get into the details. Kazan WanNa impact you that way but the more I listened to him the more I realize a couple of things happening with my body and notice I was buried drawn to what he's talking about. I also notice that there is a little bit more a little bit more a little bit more fear and panic within me because by comparison he is a lot more prepare for the apocalypse. Were as in my case. I'm not so I had to catch myself. Because ultimately I realized that our brain is designed to watch out for potential danger but if I pay attention to the potential danger than that's all I think about. Here's the caveat. I'm not saying don't prepare. I'm not saying just to hope this thing will go away by itself. That's not what I'm saying. What I'm saying here is yes. Prepare at the same time. Be Cognizant of how this preparation or this. Doom and gloom talks is actually impact your peace of mind your internal state as I was saying to all of you that when we are in panic mode we don't make the best decisions as leaders as entrepreneurs. There are people who depend on us to make the best decisions for ourself for our family for business for everyone who depend on us right so we have an obligation wherever responsibility to really stay in equanimity meaning center meaning grounded in all of this chaos. Happening Right. Beat the eye of the storm. I was talking to this friend noticing. Might internal say's happening in what I WANNA give you tactically as this you will require you know effort to get drawn into the negative downward spiral major media social media. You're negative friends. Your survivalists friends is telling you. It requires no effort to get drawn into that because our brain is designed to be attractive to potential danger. Okay so get your facts from sources that you trust in tactically spent equal time positive uplifting. Podcast audiobooks books silence meditation. That's GonNa lift up your spirit. That's going to create that spacious. That way minimally you are back to neutral maximally you can create more space in your mind more centeredness more ground. Dennis for yourself. So that's what I'll tell you. Get on the media diet if you can't do that spent equal time on the positive uplifting conscious news side of things that way you can come back to neutral. Are My friends again? I want you to practice all of this. This is not the truth is not dogma is just a possibility a way to think about it. Tested experiment with us. You know yourself to be true in ultimately everything that I'm giving you is. The is the intention for you to be happier be healthier be stronger with all.

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"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

Noble Warrior with CK Lin

06:20 min | 2 years ago

"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

"I've been seeing a lot of business. Owners leaders entrepreneurs share their their fears their concerns their worries about themselves about their family about their business over the social web. And I must say I really feel the pain in the worries in the city. 'cause This is the time where all of us learn a really good lesson that we're all in this together so I wanNA share some really powerful frameworks and practical tips to help those of you who are experiencing something similar to stay clear minded to stay focused to be the best self that you can be in service of those who are depending on you because ultimately when we are in fear mode. We don't make the best decisions so these tips advice. These tips and principals are both timeless as well as time Lee. So we're going to zoom in and out of timeless principles as well as timely tactics that you can take a general reminder. Is that when we are facing overwhelm when we face something that we don't have control over our ego ICK mine are primitive. Primitive brain will tell us to respond in one of three ways that is to fight resist or flight to run away to freeze to Numb to be passive to say and do nothing fight flight or freeze and ultimately if you think back on any of the Times area in these three modes chances are didn't make the best decisions right so for all of us here is really important to remember to be the common person in the room possible to be the calmest person in the room possible so that way you can be of the best service for yourself for those people who depend on you for those people in the same room as you are. So how do you do that? So those of you that already have some kind of a spiritual practice you know to observe your thoughts. Observe your feelings and emotions observe your physical sensations in know that. What's happening your thoughts feelings. Your sensations are not who you are. You are the awareness. That's watching right so to maintain equanimity to maintain centeredness to maintain your sovereignty and to beat the observers of what's happening internally so at the same time also observe the external as well observed reality for what it is. Look at the facts. Look at the facts. Instead of being bought in the fantasies and stories and perceptions that you're egoistic mine whose job is to keep you alive to keep you survive to keep you safe rather than Baden into buying into the fantasies and stories that you ego minds telling you to just look at the facts for what they are right and also differentiate the facts from other people's stories and fantasies as well so the real opportunity here for us. Us leaders entrepreneurs as business owners is to use this event as the deepest work that we have to manage our mind the deepest work that we have to manage our mind right so that we can move beyond fierce beyond survival be in an to expand our dimensions of freedom to really experience freedom for what it is. This is the true test right. It's easy to be free when you're on vacation in Hawaii e sipping Mike ties with your loved ones. That's easy to do but the real test is. How can you still be free amidst this external chaos? That's happening right now right. How can you be free? Mentally physically emotionally spiritually amidst. All of this chaos. So this is the test. This is now also practically young the personal growth aspect of it. When all of your competitors are retracting retreating to conserve their cash flow to let go of their workforce to think about ways to shut down their business. This is the opportunity for you to be the market leader and lead your employees lead your VIP clients lead your perspective clients because all of them are looking for leadership right now in this moment. You're looking for your leadership to guide them to serve them. So this is the opportunity so for the next few days I wanNA share with you. Some of these timeless principles as as time Lee tips. Such that you can use this challenge biggest.

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"lin" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin

Noble Warrior with CK Lin

24:09 min | 3 years ago

"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.

Tom Don Raja twenty five years one day