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"langford" Discussed on Celtics Beat

Celtics Beat

04:22 min | 3 months ago

"langford" Discussed on Celtics Beat

"We're all waiting for this like this like shot creator facilitator Romeo linker that we kind of saw in Indiana and you see it a little bit more with his high school tape. And we just haven't seen it. Now maybe Romeo's just not that guy in the NBA level. Like maybe that's just it. We haven't been able to see it because again as you alluded to he's just hurt all the frigging time. He's hurt constantly and it's affected his development for sure because he's never had a normal off season like ever. This is supposed to be the first normal off season for Romeo Langford in three years where he has time after the off season to practice wind down lift weights get stronger a lot of stuff. Then he has the summer league where you go test your skills and see what we need to work on afterwards. And he can't even get through that without getting hurt so it's just like is this guy like this mister glass essentially right? I love Romeo. I love the idea of Romeo. If Romeo's a three and D guy okay that's fine. Normally you try to do a little bit better than out of 14 but it could be worse right? You could have an pick where it's like Trey lyles and Trey lyles like can't play. Right? I loved him chromatic Kentucky. I thought he was gonna be an amazing stretch for in the league and like just hasn't cut it. So there's there's that scenario as well. But we're all waiting to see what is wrong we look like with the ball in his hands and the times that he does have in his hands a lot of the times he doesn't make great decisions. I mean there are times where it looks great when there are times where he doesn't. Maybe just needs more seizing in that role. But like he's not gonna get seasoning in that role a lot when he plays with Boston. Like that's not gonna be his job. So I don't know like I'm encouraged in some aspects discourages some aspects and then the injury thing was like you know I throw my hands up in the air so it's like well yeah he's in a spy where he's fortunate they didn't have another first round pick this year because that's just another guy coming in there competing for minutes and that's something that happens every single year. And even the guy relatively young like him can end up getting pushed out of the Lee just because there's so much talent coming in here in an area. So they will eventually come a point where I think you take on a different project and from a different location maybe a guy that didn't work on a different team. And this is something I've talked about with grant too. If these guys stagnate you do kind of want to see the Celtics take a different direction at some point. Maybe not necessarily this year but definitely next year if those two guys just struggled to get involved again this season. So that's sort of how it goes in this league. This is Romeo's last shot I think it factoring into the Celtics plans this year. And do you have a guy like Aaron nee Smith who I think is at least on his level at this point..

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Why Are People on so Many Prescription Drugs?

Health Quest Podcast

01:48 min | 4 months ago

Why Are People on so Many Prescription Drugs?

"Hello and welcome back to health quest. Podcast i'm your host steve langford. Thanks for joining me. I'm glad you're here. I have what i think is perhaps the most important topic that i've covered that i want to convey to you that i think could have the most impact on your understanding of your health situation and how important it is to understand the medications that you're being offered by your doctor. And what is the value. The real purpose of these medications. And what can you expect from them. I think this is such an important topic. Because i encounter people frequently. Who say i have high blood pressure. I have high cholesterol and my doctor is gonna put me on these drugs and i don't know that i want to be on these drugs. A lot of people feel that way but we also don't feel like we have enough information to make that decision on our own. The statistics that we often hear about the benefits of these drugs are rather startling and they make it sound as if we are all in danger of having an episode from high blood pressure stroke heart disease brittle bone high cholesterol and heart disease. And we think that these things are imminent in our lives because we have an elevated number. Our blood pressure is elevated are bone density as low. Our cholesterol is high. And so we don't quite understand. The context in which these drugs are designed to benefit us and to what degree they will benefit us

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"langford" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast

The No Limits Selling Podcast

03:38 min | 5 months ago

"langford" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast

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Brown and Smart Help Celtics Secure Crucial Win Over Knicks

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

00:39 sec | 8 months ago

Brown and Smart Help Celtics Secure Crucial Win Over Knicks

"Marcus Smart did a great job of facilitating no usual wait for that to ride. To wait for what? I'm just kidding. I think I think like one shot taking going into the four for something like that. It was clearly looking to get other guys involved in dog stepped up Jaylen Brown did with Jaylen Brown tends to do and our fifth starter Romeo Langford. He had some nice plays down the stretch too good rebates. Yeah. I thought it was a good win for them. Not as a great way. I thought it was a good win. It wasn't a great well played game but I thought it was a good win that they needed bad game Goodwin and

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Michigan St tops No. 5 Illinois 81-72, bolsters NCAA chances

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

Michigan St tops No. 5 Illinois 81-72, bolsters NCAA chances

"Erin Henry delivered twenty points and Joshua Langford had a double double as Michigan state knocked off number five Illinois eighty one seventy two Lankford grabbed sixteen rebounds and had thirteen points for the Spartans who received a fifteen point performance from rocket watch Trent Frazier had a game high twenty two points for the Illini who ended a seven game winning streak and fell to sixteen at six we know we're getting tonight great you know they they just they just punched us in the mouth oh man you know we we didn't return so we just got to be better Illinois guard I assume you had seventeen points on six of eighteen shooting in his first game since recording his second triple double of the season I'm Dave Ferrie

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Liddell leads No. 13 Ohio St over skidding Michigan St 79-62

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 10 months ago

Liddell leads No. 13 Ohio St over skidding Michigan St 79-62

"Each a lot Dellin Justin Ahrens carried thirteenth ranked Ohio state to a seventy nine sixty two rout of slumping Michigan state Mattel had twenty points and eight rebounds while helping the Buckeyes hold the Spartans to twenty five percent shooting in the second half Aaron's had a pair of three pointers in the first half and finished with seventeen points in Ohio state's third win in a row and sixth in seven games the Spartans couldn't bounce back from Thursday's thirty point loss to Rutgers shooting thirty two percent as a team Joshua Langford had a team high fourteen points for Michigan state which is now two one six in the big ten I'm Dave Ferrie

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Lack of confidence in the legitimacy of the US election

Rick Roberts

04:38 min | 1 year ago

Lack of confidence in the legitimacy of the US election

"They're all kinds of legitimate concerns. Irregularities that way need answers to and the Democrats just want to sweep down the rock. They called the hearing dangerous. No, I'm just trying to gather information. Acknowledge that problem is a serious problem when you don't have confidence when so such a high number of Americans don't have confidence in the legitimacy of the election. Nearly 50% nearly. I think it's 46 47%. Of all Americans do not believe this was a fair and open election and good for them. They can They can see and they can hear what we're wrong. And of course, the Democrats want this all to go away any time you do something wrong. You want his little focus on it as possible. Sweep it under the rug. Let's all move forward. All right. The problem with that. Is by virtue of so many people not believing even Democrats, not believing this was enough. A fair and open election who's going to vote again? Who's going to vote again, and specifically, I'm talking about Georgia. The fate of the majority of the Senate. I's gonna be determined by a runoff with me is Cassie Smedley, RNC deputy communications director. First of all, thank you so much for being along. We appreciate it. Absolutely. And thank you for all you do to make sure that we're keeping this a topic of conversation. Well, um, you know, I refused to, uh, throw in the towel that it seems that Mitch McConnell has done that. It's not over until Donald Trump says it's over. Um, And for whatever reason, these district judges won't look at direct evidence, not circumstantial evidence. Was sworn after day with under oath and under penalty of perjury. That's direct evidence that's not circumstantial. So I was also listening to Langford Danged Langford out of Oklahoma today in the Senate hearing. Listing all the improper votes in Nevada, this Supreme Court I talked to a G. Paxton the same day that we heard that they weren't going to take the case. Help me out here. Why is nobody looking at what's to be painfully obvious? Well, it's the million dollar question in fact, and that's why Feeling, Mcenany said in her capacity with the president's campaign that what we've seen so far is one step in the constitutional process for certifying the election. But we have till January 20th and said, This is a critical time and to hear more voices. Coming up. Not just you know these brave citizens? Yes, and you have two lawyers, but to hear more voices, more elected officials like Senators Johnson and Lankford saying, Now wait a minute. This is not nothing and you hit the nail on the head. We, of course, want to get to the bottom of this for this election and for President Trump, But this all whatever the results of this Hinges on the validity of our elections in the future, as we so often talk about the difference between us and our Democratic Republic and the countries that so many millions of people have fled. Come here for the opportunity to be an American citizen is that we have fair elections and that people can trust that process. And so that's why we have to continue to investigate. What's going on. Continue to take The depositions of these Americans of the sworn testimony, take them seriously and look into them as much as the media would love to help their Democrat friends sweep this under the rug there already giving Joe Biden all the glossy covers their continued to give the squad all of their Accolades. Um, this is a very serious business. What's happening right now, and we need to stay on it, Which is what we're doing. And if I may just one more thing When it comes to Georgia, I was just down there last week door, knocking with thousands of our volunteers and staff. And people, of course are concerned down there. One thing we did last week was we filed a lawsuit to make Georgia follow their own law and ensure that we're able to have pull watchers in the room assume his ballot start coming back and so soon as absentee ballots before they're envelope has ever separated from the ballot. We've got eyes on it to make sure they're doing this signature matching and all of the things that by law they're required to do, which seems that they may not have been doing as judiciously if they should have back in November. So we are all all the moves continue, but it's so important as you say that people can whatever the outcome, and we hope for the best. They at least can be feel good about it and feel good that it is correct.

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No. 13 Michigan State opens with 83-67 win over E. Michigan

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

No. 13 Michigan State opens with 83-67 win over E. Michigan

"Foster loyer set career highs with six three pointers and twenty points to lead thirteenth rated Michigan state in an eighty three sixty seven win over eastern Michigan lawyer got the start over rocket what's filling the void after Cassius Winston left the team for the NBA draft senior guard Joshua Langford scored ten points while playing for the first time in nearly two years due to various injuries a lot of emotions you know it then but you know ultimately I'm just glad we got the win and I got to game one of my bill and I can just keep moving forward transfer Joey Hauser had fifteen points and nine rebounds in his debut with the Spartans time is always back on the bench two days after ending his two week isolation following a positive cove in nineteen test on the ferry

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Pressure mounts for Biden to get high-level intelligence briefings

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:29 min | 1 year ago

Pressure mounts for Biden to get high-level intelligence briefings

"More. Republican senators are admitting to reality today. Bringing the total to twelve in some form today. Lindsey graham chuck grassley rob portman. Mike rounds josh hawley. John cornyn and john thune who is number two to mitch. Mcconnell in the republican leadership said the joe biden should be given the president's daily brief on national security issues. Republican senator james langford of oklahoma said he would take action if joe biden doesn't get the president's daily brief tomorrow. There's nothing wrong with vice-president biden getting the briefings to be able to prepare himself and so that he can be ready to presence already getting those. There's nothing wrong with the former vice president getting those Kamala harris is on the intelligence committee. She has all the clearances that she needs to be able to do that. there is no loss From him getting the briefings and to be able to do that. And if that's not occurring by friday. I will step in as well and available to push into say. This needs to occur so they regardless of the outcome of the election. Whichever way that it goes at people can be ready for that actual task that brought no response from the president of the united states. None mata word now just imagine a fortnight ago. If any of these republican senators had separated themselves from donald trump on anything no matter how slight the separation might be imagine the rage tweeting at them from donald trump. Imagine that voice yelling over the helicopter noise as he condemned those republicans to white house. Reporters imagine what he would have said about them to his rally. Audiences who would've obediently roared back their disapproval of donald trump's new republican enemies. Instead we have silence the sixth consecutive day of silence from the man who we thought did not know. What silence is we have never seen trumpian silence like this because we have never seen donald trump a politician defeated before we have seen him humiliated usually by his own words. we have seen him impeached. We have seen him disgraced but we have never seen him defeated until now and in defeat we now know. He melts into a cowering silence. The silence is the concession speech. The silence is the sound of donald trump

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"langford" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"langford" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"A citizen and Frances Langford singing. Sometimes I'm happy. Come time. My never mind. You're some time. But when I hate you, because I love that, and I do. I'm happy. I love you. Some hate You. But when I do that Happy. On here is your host for the evening, Donna. Maybe. Sorry I wasn't.

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'Dude, I'm Done': When Politics Tears Families And Friendships Apart

All Things Considered

04:29 min | 1 year ago

'Dude, I'm Done': When Politics Tears Families And Friendships Apart

"Now you have likely seen it or felt it yourself. Now A recent survey shows how the nation's bitter political divide is taking a toll on friendships as NPR's Tuvia Smith reports with political polarization hitting a fever pitch. Even decades long relationships are caving under the pressure. It's been happening everywhere on social media, and in really life did straight up there. Dude, I'm done Lose my number that Shimada Davis from L. A. I just hung up on my end, and I proceeded to just block them in every possible way. Joanie Jensen from New York. I hate families, everything but I just don't know and Ricardo de Forest from Florida, there among the many Americans dumping friends over politics. It's one thing to disagree about tax policy, says Davis. But this is deeper. It's about morality and justice. As a black man. He says he simply could not abide his friend of 25 years down playing police brutality. It's like if this is your attitude. I don't respect you. Now I don't because people are really dying. It's also that kind of moral absolute to Jensen, retired professor and sexual assault survivor who cut off a friend of 40 years who was being cavalier about the allegations against Trump's then Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. He was going off flight. Oh, you drank the Kool Aid Cabin on boy. He didn't do anything. I said if this is his core ethics, I don't want that kind of person in my life Conservatives, Of course. Khun B. Justus, quick to spurn the liberals in their lives who clashed with their core values like life or the biggie for Ricardo de Forest Liberty. They sold our country out. This election is about the soul of what America is. He can be a free country. Andy, a socialist state to forest, a 61 year old steelworker cut off several cousins who he calls hard core Trump haters all they can do it. From the races on man bed on man raises, you know, blowing spittle in and veins popping out of their heads Yolk soy Latino, But I guess I'm some sort of horrible races because I like Trump. Ridiculous. We are seeing more political polarization today than at any point in modern history. Jocelyn Kiley, with the Pew Research Center says about 80% of Americans now have few or no friends across the aisle, and the animosity goes both ways. Democrats are a little bit more likely to say they'd end a friendship. But Republicans, maybe a little bit less likely to say they have friends on the other side, so it may not be all that differential. Everybody is doing this Tania Israel The University of California psychology professor runs workshops on cross the aisle conversations, she says. Both sides have big blind spots when it comes to the morality of their own side, and they all view themselves as eminently fair. And right. When I say all these things, I think I found fairly reasonable and see the other side as irrational. Just something wrong with these people. Whether conservatives like the forest or lefties like Joni Jensen, I said, Oh, my God, he really is brain. Wass. Everyone Tanya, Israel says could use a little more intellectual humility were flattening people out, you know, in terms of our view of them and not really seeing the full complexity of people on the other side. It's exactly what Georgia truck driver Jon Langford says his brother who's gay did to him. He went off on the sand. Essentially, I'm a racist and a homophobe. Just because I'm a trump supporter, knowif stands or butts. Ain't completely cut me out of his life, Langford says he's trying to not do the same and toe hang onto his friends. On the other side. I could assume that anybody that supports Biden is a firm believer that it's okay to murder a baby, but I don't From the other end of the political spectrum. Connecticut business consultant Jeff Maren Steen is also straining to stay friends with some trump supporters. Despite all the invective and insults, you know you live They're all the same or these ad hominem attacks. Maren Steen no longer talks to some of them with others. He just doesn't talk politics. It just feels like the healthiest thing for me to do at the moment. But, you know, I suppose the risk is that I'm just retreating into my own information bubble with people who think just like me. Indeed, experts say more conversation, not less is what's needed to heal the

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"langford" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"langford" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

"Hollywood. To be millionaire or be a CEO of big company or strike rich on youtube like that's not the common mindset and there is an entire world out there and I appreciate everything you do for the military community because money is. Something, that we are just not naturally good within the military doesn't help much that either and appreciate air friendship ten years ago as we both now the nature podcast and I look forward to future conversations when we can actually see each other again and I and I thank you for coming on the podcast today. Thank you for having me I. appreciate it. Thank you for listening to this episode with Langford, we talked about so many different things in this episode and not being military family myself when I served during the Marine Corps time that one of the conversations are really loved in this podcast was about moving. It's something that we honestly don't talk enough about, and we probably should because it is a huge component of military family life and on this podcast primarily focused on the dad. But how much of a move is also just being a dad and together and being frustrated during a PCs moving not being able to reveal it or show it and or just really just be honest not having the right intuition of what's The wrong answer because what I can imagine moving myself just from one house the next. Beings as a civilian. So much is like there's fifteen million decisions to make like you just get decision exhaustion and little loan being a dad having to keep everything going on that side of the. House then trying to move your entire family in this case, you're trying to land a house. You're trying to close the house and some tastes different state. You're hoping everything's GonNa work out you're probably nervous. So. I really liked that part of this episode because we got it from the spouse side of what it's like for her and just some great hacks in there to really make sure that we don't lose their ass on the actual pcs move that is neutral or maybe in some cases, we can actually managed to be a positive where we have some money. To save another side of it and we can do something new with it when we get to that where we're going. So that was a big big idea that we talked about I. Really appreciated that advice as you gave us I also like it went with about talking with that debt is something that's very taboo in American society no-one rule like salary at work. About it, but everybody has one and but data is one of those things when you start diving into, there's so much psychological things behind dad that just. Keep digging the hole that read or two once you realize you're in a hole, the only way out..

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"langford" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"langford" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

"Kids that is literally Changing your entire family tree for generations like you're going to be the last person that was bad with money and like that in itself is an empowering feeling that you can take everything you're learning in the military and create a stronger family legacy and money is some that I was like Zig Ziglar. He says like money's not everything, but it's right up next oxygen. So as we wrap up this interview, this is I've loved this interview we went into places that we haven't talked about. We went into the military spouse money angle which something we've not talked about at all in the podcast, where can people find more about you and your podcast and blog? Thank you Lacey Langford Dot com is the perfect place to find me that has my blog and also has my podcast, the military money show and all my social media on twitter I'm finance lacey, and on facebook the military money expert. So check it out. And I did forget my question I. Always rip up the interview is so you're not a dad, your mom, what is a piece of advice you WANNA make every data out there understands money related just a great piece of data advice that you want them to understand maybe something the lesson that you had to wait for your husband to wake up to. The one piece of advice I have for. DADS is especially for military. Dad's is to really think about your spouse's career in life in money and their future. That's really important that yes they may be staying home or part time jobs or employment here or there. But having a real plan for protecting your spouse's future I think is really important because you never know what can happen you and you want to make sure that they also have a retirement in some type of future, which together will be wonderful. We'll just compound your wealth, but if something were ever to happen to you, you would be leaving. Your spouse protected. Alike that advice and I'm always the of the I haven't really done a big podcast on it but I've left breadcrumbs here and there throughout the episodes always liked the idea that if you were doing twenty years of military as a dad. Turn Your Dad Mode on and let the mom go out there and beat the provider like let the flip the hats and help her create future me. There's a great opportunities for her to get an education. Well, she's staying home with the kids while you're serving and.

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369: Celitcs Beat - BOL Read

Celtics Beat

02:25 min | 1 year ago

369: Celitcs Beat - BOL Read

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"langford" Discussed on Celtics Beat

Celtics Beat

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"langford" Discussed on Celtics Beat

"He's kind of day I'm taking the reins has been kind of the thing well now Cambodia got relearn to pick his spots a little bit better and in there are there were moments both the Milwaukee game and the game against Miami where I wanted him to take more assertion earlier instead of waiting because you know going into the playoffs the the. Value of waiting anymore like these games you know that's playoffs like you know every games would be a game seven, but every game really really matters. All right. So the only thing left for me with Kemba Walker he looks great looks explosive that I is still there that speed is still there he gets north and south like he used to, which is the big part of Campbell's game is handles always really crisp, but it's taking its feeling out the flow of the game and figuring out when he needs to settle the troops calm everybody down and take control. That's the last step of News Kemba Walker Bureau. Enliven. Yeah it's a great point and that's where again four months off this kind of gain back together and like you said, cam by Dafteng to the new version of tatum and still you know realizing what is his name but I think the the encouraging thing is you know Brad Stevens is I think mixing matching of his top four, top five guys and so. They're going to be time to the game where cameras the future dolphin option teams featured option. But like you said, Kemba getting more aggressive, there essentially versus certain opponents like Nobuaki which really give up that pull up three to him all day long that's his bread and butter. The more he gets better. Seltzer, obviously be rubbed to into since this resumption at this point, the first game against the bucks when there was so much rust and again, tatum was awful. That is absolutely a game that tatum is even mediocre. They probably win that one. You know they lose by seven Portland eat that one out narrow loss to the heat and obviously blow the nets out a out of the water. So these are four games that at least three if you include the ones they lost within that all really close all very winnable games. I don't know how much these players are focused in on seeding, how much they care, how much they're outlining future matchups. What I do think Brad Stevens is naturally paying a lot of attention to is, okay. What are things going to look like by the time? This comes to an end you August thirteenth a few days from now really and I get a honed in on a playoff rotation. Even Romeo Langford we alluded him before could be part of this rotation just because of what he does defensively do you feel like you're getting? Little Hints Little Clues into what the playoff rotations going to look like or four games. Yeah absolutely I think we kinda saw that would Brad Stevens I was going to be out of the gate any see against. The fact that you know Lankford and Rob Williams those guys replaying it all are playing. But then the results were there in the defense wasn't there so that I think let him to go search down the mental more to see what these guys to give him in the Romeo Langford thing to me. That'd be a guy if I'm Brad Stevens Ice WanNA throw his feet into the fire last next fourteen games, you're. Not, GONNA play in thirty minutes or anything like that..

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"langford" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"langford" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"One of the things is that you really have to always remind yourself to be honest and authentic, and that authentic piece comes with being honest and so many times we think we're being honest and then if you really dig in, you realize maybe I wasn't being as honest as I thought I was. So as a coach, you need to be totally honest upfront. And you need it need to be listening to your client to and picking up clues as to how honest they're being because sometimes they think they're being honest but they're really not. So this whole honesty pieces is really huge and and then you need to be listening and noticing your own emotions as you move through this because your emotions will will send you. Signals as to how you're doing and you know it's okay if you have fear as a coach with this client as to where you're going or maybe you're you're you're worried about, maybe you got some anger because this coach hasn't really shown a lot or this client hasn't really shown a lot of respect or whatever it is. So you need to be able. To identify those emotions, notice them and let them happen because in our society, we tend to too often suppress the emotions and then it just makes a bigger problem. So I I heard a couple of things here I think a really important I want to kind of wrap this portion of the show with this and any comments that you have on this is that. By being present, we're in a better position to give honest feedback. One of the things that you were also talking about the emotions we have. So as a coach, you know, sometimes we have an emotion of fear. You know even fear that this client might leave if we're to honest with them. Right if we if we tell them the truth as best we see it, and so we have to simultaneously be aware that we might be afraid and yet we think it's in our clients. Best interests to say you know it sounds to me like fill in the blank, right it sounds to me like maybe this is what's going on which is inviting them to transform at a higher level inviting them because it's only through that honesty that I think real transformation can occur in a coaching relationship. Yeah you're absolutely right and by noticing our own emotions, we'll start to notice there's more as well and we can learn so much about our client by noticing their emotions and encouraging them to let those emotions happened talk about it just go with it not try to suppress it like I said earlier we're here with Bruce Langford he's an expert in mindfulness is one of the authors of the best selling book crack, the Success Code, and we've been having a really interesting discussion about how by being more mindful as a coach or mentor consultant. You.

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Losing Someone You Love

Mentally Yours

04:42 min | 1 year ago

Losing Someone You Love

"Everyone and welcome to Liles, Metro, cutty case mental health cost. And today on chatting to you andy, Langford of cruse bereavement care I'm going to be finding out from him. What charity does and also how we can all support? People who've lost loved ones during these difficult times. Chris has been around for sixty years S on. We suppose anymore. He's been bereaved and in the. That's historically been through provided an Walsall. Suppose Oh. Group support on face suffice face. Usually defined as a type of bereavement counselor. Both sadness over the last few years. We've been expanding all services to include lots of supporter. Of light shoots the A. Global pandemic. We've massively stepped on off helpline. She's offset response savage to people who need support that. We do a lot more on the on the web now and also on social media. Only also over the past few years, really dot mystified, so he did not small. Epilogue is around Pan Group support why people may with each? And facilitate supposedly I don't. On the seventies, wow Soviet Paul ships rounds people? Going for walks so doing creative things together. Which can certainly come? To speak with each other. There's lots of things that we do. To to help people and also to help people help each. It sounds pretty. Can you tell me a little bit more about the way that you've adopted during the pandemic in terms of the support you doing? Zoom meetings support, or is it that the phone line wants to the things that you will focused on? Yeah, absolutely I mean what we'd have. To and from all. Clients cruise is the at people tend to be different things at different times in the berets, but also each bereavement people experience as as so experiencing a different light so there there are different challenges different problems whatever even copes Lewis on. What we told this we shifted. Off Face to face. Remote remote suppose the majority of it is von telephone, and as a say, so his bond to help line, but also we provide ongoing support will. Provide decisive face. We now provide side, and we provide so what they suppo- by zoo, but a lot of all kinds continue to cited comfortable, speaking on the side and actually try to. The global, pump, Daddy, we will find out more and more people will save. They provides interactive aside because it gave the a sense at security and safety in that they could be as I'm transparency needed. Today is a felt comfortable. But Will Announce a little bit more than nobleness said was some value without the people, said the soul. Then finally they would transfer in that type. Anyway. Yeah I'd love if you could tell us a bit more about the helpline. What it's cooled sensitive when it runs in also what people can expect when the coalition as well. Yeah absolutely. Chris Pump Davick outline, and as it is, around, also rams weekdays. Three and that's three from nine thirty in the morning straits find the cheese night. Wednesdays incised is we started to call? On Saturdays and Sundays world so from ten am so to. On when you found out what you would do is, you would be able to speak with. A very volunteer, and that someone is fully trained at an experienced at taking those calls for people. If experienced bereavements an that can be any type of agreements it can be one is a GT band directly through covid nineteen. All, it can pay a brief of the amount of experienced over of years ago, but actually the the type of its heavy into out with every day around around how dynamic assault triggered those and difficult emotions difficult salt. Processes the municipal how to Cope Islands, so you can speak about those things as well.

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"langford" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

Veteran On the Move

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"langford" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

"Awesome is a little bit more about about the podcast. You're we can find. The military money show in like you said anywhere that podcast or hanging out so. How often do health and you put out a new episode? Every Monday. A new show comes out and. So. Is something interesting? I really liked talking about money. I try to make it approachable and practical for people, so money's not so intimidating and so boring so I try to have a little bit of fun with it, and it's usually just you talking about the good things about various financial aspects. Yes majority though I do interview other people to make it a little bit more dynamic things that I think will be important or valuable, especially, if it's out of my skill, set or more detail, I bring in an expert to talk about it like talking about the economy grow threes. Those type of things I'm going to bring in somebody else. To talk about those I've had experts on about investing about the transition out of the military. What that looks like for a lot of people? They don't know how to start all of those things like your Four K., what the benefits are for medical, those type of things I did a whole series on how to approach that. Like what do you do when you get this huge HR packet? When you get out of the military, which is something? A lot of people would like to know even if you never been in the military, it's still overwhelming to figure all that out so I. Try to bring in some fun people to discuss it all. That's awesome. Way Lacy. We're getting close to time here wanted to give you. An entrepreneurship side of things You're active duty service member yourself military spouse. If you talk to those folks in the military community that really want to check out entrepreneurship really have a desire for business ownership. What kind of advice would you have for him? I would say start doing your research now. The Sky is the limit I. Wish I would have known so much more about entrepreneurship got out like I would have been light years ahead, but just I feel like service members have that skill set to go all in and to make sure you're doing it right. The first time and I think doing research will go a long way for you to take those steps to do it right, but also to understand the possibilities of. Of the things that you could be doing when you get, get out when it comes to entrepreneurship, because so many things we want to be making money off of a podcast, or you want to be making muffins or you. WanNa be making money selling dietary stuff. Anything is possible so I think doing your research your homework, and then talking with people that are actually executing those things will be helpful. They can tell you all hard lessons. They've learned so you can avoid them. Well he lacy Appreciate you being here. He share some excellent. Golden Nuggets encourage everybody to check out your podcast in You also Lacey Langford Dot..

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"langford" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

Veteran On the Move

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"langford" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

"Give you guessed in. The match up to? Ten percent. Matches five percent, so if you give five, they're gonNA give five four percent is A. The matching contribution one percent is. A minimum that they give to everybody. So, they give one percent no matter what if you don't put anything in correct? And then. So ideally you should put at least five percent into get the full five percent. Match. Yes, it's free money is. A four, okay matching. If you don't put money in yourself, you don't get the match. Oh. Yeah, you'd be crazy to pass up. Free money gets. Yeah you get the one percent automatic and. The four percent for the match okay, and then they've expanded the number of options that are in the through savings plan. We're kind of funds and stuff. You can put it in over fears since it started right. I don't know the last time they updated it. They've been the same for a little bit I think in the future they will add more so they have the the five funds, and they have the life cycle funds, so the lifecycle funds are similar to target date fund for civilian, but basically they are Work they adjust the money for you. So as you get closer and closer to retirement, they reduced the risk and therefore you. And also the you know the allocation, the percentage that are going towards socks, the percentage that are going towards bonds with the other ones. You pick individually which funds that you want to go into, so there's like the iphone which is international stocks. They have the G. Fund which has government securities when you and I came in or actually I don't even know when you came in, but. When the Thursday is plan originally started. If you set it up, it automatically defaulted to the g fund. If you never went in and adjusted your investments, it's stayed there for a long time. Now it defaults to the life cycle fund closest to your sixty second birthday. Cool yeah, and you know the advantage of the blended retirement system is. If you get out after four years or ten years or.

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"langford" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

Veteran On the Move

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"langford" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

"Or. Back talk with Lacey. Laggard from the military money show Lacey. What are some of the biggest things? You're CALC- military families all the time. Your your focus is on the mill, the military financial health of the face of military family. What are some of the biggest things you're seeing right now? in this in this time this age with would some of those do's and don'ts and struggles it most. Your military families are going through. I think. The biggest struggle people have is have leaving no room to pivot in their finances. There's no room for when things go wrong are the unexpected comes and. When I say there's no room to pivot is a combination of things they don't have an emergency. Money saved up. They have no financial fallback position. And then they're also maxed out, so they are high in debt. They don't have the money to toback things up. When things because that's what happens in life, things fall in your lap. It's not a question of if it's when and how much it's GonNa cost you when you're in the. The military. That's amplified. You have PCs. You have deployments. You have just normal stuff on top of all of the military life that comes your expected to work long hours with you know the pandemic people are working when they don't even want to be out kind of exposed to things, so you just never know what's GonNa come with military life, and when you're maxed out financially, that's a huge problem and when it comes to the debt. That's huge problem because of security clearances, so the majority of service members are required to have a security clearance to hold their job or be in their branch of service and one of the rules is you have to have your finances in order? If you don't have your finances or you? Could your security clearance revoked or suspended, and then that impacts your ability to do your job? If you haven't completely revoked, then you could lose your. Your job in the military, so you're different from your civilian counterparts at your finances are held to a higher standard so when you have those two things of being maxed out, and then not having any extra money on hand, it's a bad combination to have as a service member. Because just things are GONNA go wrong, and if you don't have the money to back it up, then it's. It's definitely going to be an issue for you. And then it's also a major stressor. Absolutely, well, so when when you first start talking with military folks Why do you? Why do you suppose? The the military families that you're dealing with waste. Posey ended up in this position like. Is it just a lack of?.

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"langford" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

11:04 min | 1 year ago

"langford" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Of entrepreneurs I'm mark lack and this is business rockstars my guest today is my dear friend you on Langford is an international speaker and he's a men's empowerment coach and he is a phenomenal one at that defines your dad about this are going to be in the house so real quick just kind of tell us what you have to use this man a little bit everything traveling you're speaking in your office right now I'm in the business rockstars on there a lot of as far as I got invited but just really traveling the world right now and the trading community creating content and really conversations and support all people deserve every man to break into the challenges them in some areas they can live their legacy and actually create from place apartments I love that if you do an amazing job and I've seen your videos I've seen your workshops I've seen the testimonies from people doing amazing job and that's why you're on shelters so let's talk about the hardest thing about starting a business what would you say are three traits or three tips every entrepreneur getting started needs to now go first tell me about that goes first offer the biggest thing for me is is waiting for permission and I was not I thought so I thought that one at a certain point someone tapping on the children Hey it's your turn I realize it's always my turn do you have to do it was my turn yeah and it's it's waiting for permission is is is the worst thing you can do I think a lot of us have these visions these call these missions for our lives and if we don't have the right people around us are supporting us and pushing us forward that we stock a lot of us sitting in we should be standing in changing transforming lives and so really stepped into something that's truly warning for failing and it's also been something that's I mean it's like a dream yeah so you step in Eugene that's straight number one is yeah I just do it right you got to give yourself permission to get started and allowed the dream for us all to more things for getting started action actions as an expert you know say it was it was it was my GPS of of going for a G. as golf cart right health first the biggest thing is if you're not passionate about it there's a certain visual goal in life by passion can show up after one AM passion we show up before five AM passion gives you up when you're knocked down passion you gives you got to go into a room and say listen this is why you should be in business with me this is why I'm choosing you by passion gives you the deal to go places that a normal the average person wouldn't go yeah that's something that's really pushing for I created a workshop and a label on me while I twelve guys in the room and now I'm traveling the globe this workshop that's a passion and love that right it's just it's just something that I can't really explain it a little delusional and I'm gonna have a little crazy illusion of nobody you know so inclusion is is a big thing you know okay so go first passion number three as is this is something that I don't know what to ask this is something that I mean this is so important this is one of the secret ingredient the secret ingredients any success and this is a personal side of this is a huge part of it the president is being specific right watch you in knowing where you don't have to go anymore we're going to land we know we don't need this course on your specific the university honor specificity right things will come I want to make more money okay or someone they have a coaching class he said I want to make enough money enough money for what once again my bills in my house and as we make enough to do this and I'm like are you bills paid as a family says well you're getting exactly what you're asking for yeah specificity another story young lady who is dying to be married she said I've been asking Twitter psychologist because I've been asking for a husband is wanting a merit is one husband shows in every job that I meet every day I go on a date with they're all married she's been asking for us but it was important that we be specific and all that we ask for it will come and it'll come expeditiously and so I think getting clear and being taken as pointed and directed as possible with your vision with your mission it was a pleasure really getting into arriving at that place how do you find your purpose impact and in your business though because you know yeah you can be passionate about something but I see people have passion they don't have purpose so how do you find your purpose I think personally the foundation of everybody's purpose should be built on two pillars growth and contribution growth meetings constantly finding ways to serve our clients in a greater way and always figuring out how you can become a better version of yourself contribution meanings how can you figure out how you can constantly give back and serve somebody or some thing that's bigger than yourself I think that's the foundation of purpose and then you can get really clear on what your specific purpose as your time much specificity right tight end how to get specific on what your process I think it's discovering and implementing the round what lights me up for me I love traveling I love tried his luck getting on planes and buses and taxis and horses as well I'm learning right I'm such a student of life I also love people love connecting with people right one of my greatest fear is growing up as connecting with men because I had no dad no brother all females and so I don't know how to really establish let this relationship and so I've taken all three of those things that I've created a workshop that allows me to travel the globe connect with men wow right I like me up I got super specific but it's a journey as well as being gentle with yourself along the journey and for me getting getting getting specific and really creating that that passion and then really going first in going the distance it's about relationships and what I want to say in anybody's watching is a lot of people focusing on the money it's not about the money focus on the movement focus on the people focus on the impact focus on the service and everything else will come rushing your doorstep affirming exactly I'm surprised right now I've been so focused outward on serving people in increasing my capacity creating products services workshops to support people and basically they go it would normally go in and out of discovering Kali are they digging deeper into giving that clarity of mine right they're building the awareness to have more choices and then ultimately producing results and what I'm doing right now for myself and also teach others is living life based on results I love that you find says look inward first become your best self and everything outside I'll take care of stuff you want Lankford is my guess right now he's a men's empowerment coach and a phenomenal international speaker I'm mark Latham business rockstars we're here to inspire inform and connect the community of entrepreneurs again my guess right now is you've on Langford it's good to have on the show brother this happened so entrepreneurship it's something that I feel like everybody's trying to do nowadays it's like this trendy thing used to not be used to mean you don't have a job washing dishes is I'm an entrepreneur on the start my own business I'm a try to raise money how much how to get a false valuation of mine on my ten everyone's trying to become a coach or guru so everyone nowadays trying to get in the space but what do you think how important do you think it is to be authentic as an entrepreneur where nowadays everyone trying to have false valuations pretend that there are or an expert when they're in their first year of this and all this other falseness of being an entrepreneur nowadays with Instagram accounts of pictures and all this only showing you the stuff they want you to see the highlight reels all parties often but it's everything and honestly it won't last anybody who's out there trying to become something that they're not built to become it always fall apart but always fall apart people always find their way at the exit I don't belong in the ground that's in your life when I was in business don't belong there it won't happen another thing is authenticity in authentic happen as some people have a strong will and others have a strong one and those who don't have that will to go the distance within that realm I don't have the tools on the tip of the where with all to push through they'll make their way out the room checks okay I learned to have it in the beginning for me I used to be like when they doing here this isn't real good it should be here and I was always projecting focusing on them I learned this in my own lane I don't worry about anything else being an authentic I focus on me indeed diving deeper really discovering who I am and how I can be a better or bigger countries other people I love that brother we had a guy Steve stays with us right now okay Steve says I've got a nine five job I got an idea I've got passion I've got purpose but how can I get started how can I go out and make this a reality because I've got my nine to five job it's what pays my bills and I'm barely surviving financially I've got maybe a couple hundred Bucks a couple thousand Bucks in the bank right now I don't really like what I do it pays the bills but I've got this deep burning desire to go out in turn this idea in my passion into a monetary business but I'm uncertain I'm afraid of what happens if I cut the cord what he said Steve hello to Mister we have but one life show up asking I mean tell me at that point I would tell him one of the prices but you're paying by not living that NEO deeper into that people don't understand how much they're robbing the people that live by not being in alignment with why they're here right we don't fully comprehend the prices people in our lives and that we are personally paying by not being in alignment or missing on a lot of things are not as being we came for as a direct result of not doing the work it takes to discover the gifts of the purpose I didn't know that I want to be a man's apartment culture international agreement how sort of foster care but it was more month than money you know we never really struggle to want different things because I provide but we didn't have much I never thought I could travel idea that someone would care what I'm doing in eighteen months I don't I don't really care you know but I did the course and do the things that produces as daily as a runner myself with champions I put in the work I went within myself I learned how to be alone and knowing that when I went in with myself everywhere that I go I'm never lonely because I bring me everywhere that I go yeah as I've learned little tips and tools and now I guess I read books and I've Serrano someplace champagnes with rock stars in business and in life and has supported me in transforming this thing called the mind the mind is so precious and what we tell it what we how we speak to it influences how we shop in the world and I just have to learn to be gentle with myself and to be able to be understanding and to come from compassion person's confusion which is confusing so we have to do anything about it now yeah a lot of people I think to me ultimately it's about living life based on results it's about growing my awareness that I have more choices and ultimately can change and transform the world everybody I come in.

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"langford" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

11:00 min | 1 year ago

"langford" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Of entrepreneurs I'm mark lack and this is business rockstars my guest today is my dear friend you on Langford is an international speaker and he's a men's empowerment coach and he is a phenomenal one at that do you want me to have a bias are gonna be in the house so real quick just kind of tell us what you have to use this man a limit everything traveling you speak in all of him being a business rockstars on there a lot of fun so I got invited but just really traveling the world right now and the trading community creating content the really conversation to support all people most of them women and break into the challenges in the areas they can live their legacy and really create from place apartments I love that and you do an amazing job and I've seen your videos I've seen your workshops I've seen the testimonies from people doing amazing job and that's why you're on the shelf so let's talk about the hardest thing about starting a business what would you say are three traits or three tips every entrepreneur getting started needs to now go first call me by that goes first the biggest thing for me is is waiting for permission and I was not I thought so I thought that one at a certain point some of them have been on the shoulders Hey it's your turn I realize it's always my turn do you have to do it was my turn yeah and it's waiting for permission is is is the worst thing you can do I think a lot of us have these visions these call these missions for our lives and if we don't have the right people around us are supporting us and pushing us forward that we stock a lot of us sitting in we should be standing in changing transforming lives and so really stepped into something that's truly warning for failing and it's also been something that's I mean it's like a dream yeah so you've stepped in your dream that street number one is yeah I just do it right you got to give yourself permission to get started and allowed the dream for us all to more things for getting started but actually his passion passion isn't everything I was saying was it was it was my GPS of of going for a G. as golf cart right health first PSA's passion the biggest thing is if you're not passionate about it there's a certain visual goal in life right passion can show up after one AM passion we show up before five AM passion gives you up when you're knocked down passions gives you got to go into a room and say listen this is why you should be in business with me this is why I'm choosing to buy passion ginger the deal to go places that a normal the average person wouldn't go yeah that's something that's really pushing for I created a workshop in LA will certainly well it's five guys in the room and now I'm traveling the globe this workshop that's passion I love that right it's just it's just something that I can't really explain it a little delusional and I'm gonna have a little crazy illusion of nobody you know so inclusion is is a big thing you know okay so go first passion number three as is this is something that I don't know what to ask this is something that I mean this is so important this is one of the secret ingredient the secret ingredients and success and this is a personal side of this is a huge part of it the facility is being specific right watch you in knowing where you don't have to go anymore we're going to land we know we don't need this course on your specific the university on a specificity right things will come I want to make more money okay for someone to have a coaching class he said I want to make enough money enough money for what what's been my bills in my house and I don't make enough to do this and I'm like a bills paid as we say we're getting exactly what you're asking for yeah specificity another story young lady who is dying to be married she said I've been asking Twitter psychologist because I've been asking for a husband is wanting a merit is one husband shows and every guy that I meet every day I go on a date with they're all married she's now asking for a husband so it's important that we be specific and all that we ask for it will come and it'll come expeditiously and so I think getting clear and being as specific and as pointed and directed as possible with your vision with your mission is gonna support you're really getting into arriving at that place how do you find your purpose in Pat and in your business though because you know yeah you can be passionate about something but I see people have passion they don't have purpose yeah so how do you find your purpose I think personally the foundation of everybody's purpose should be built on two pillars growth and contribution growth meetings constantly finding ways to serve our clients in a greater way and always figuring out how you can become a better version of yourself contribution meanings how can you figure out how you can constantly give back and serve somebody or some thing that's bigger than yourself I think that's the foundation of purpose and then you can get really clear on what your specific purpose as retirement specificity right at tight end how to get specific on what your process I think it's discovering and implementing the realm of what lights me up for me I love traveling I love tried his luck getting on planes and buses and taxis and horses as well I'm learning I'm such a student of life I also love people love connecting with people right one of my greatest fear is growing up as connecting with men because I had no dad no brother all the emails I don't know how to really establish let this relationship and so I've taken all three of those things that I've created a workshop that allows me to travel the globe connect with men wow right like me up I got super specific but it's a journey as well as being gentle with yourself along the journey and for me getting scared against Pacific and really creating that that passion and then really going first in going the distance it's about relationships and what I want to say in anybody's watching is a lot of people focusing on the money it's not about the money focus on the movement focus on the people focus on the impact focus on the service and everything else will come rushing you dressed up for me that's exactly his parents right now I've been so focused I work on serving people in increasing my capacity creating products services workshops to support people in a space where they can go anywhere normally go another discovering who they are they digging deeper into giving that clarity of mind right they're building the awareness to have more choices and then ultimately producing results but what I'm doing right now for myself and also teach others is living life based on results I love I do mine says look inward first become your best self and everything outside I'll take care of stuff you want Langford is my guess right now he's a men's empowerment coach and a phenomenal international speaker I'm mark lack on business rockstars we're here to inspire inform and connect the community of entrepreneurs again my guess right now is you've on Lankford it's good to have on the show brother has happened so entrepreneurship it's something that I feel like everybody's trying to do nowadays it's like this trendy thing used to not be used to mean you don't have a job for a further shift is Hey I'm an entrepreneur and start my own business I'm a try to raise money how much how to get a a false valuation of mine on my ten everyone's trying to become a coach or guru so everyone nowadays trying to get in the space but what do you think how important do you think it is to be authentic as an entrepreneur where nowadays everyone's trying to have false valuations pretend that there are or an expert when they're in their first year of this and all this other falseness of being an entrepreneur nowadays with Instagram accounts of pictures and all this only showing you the stuff they want you to see the highlight reels outpourings authentic but it's everything it and honestly it won't last anybody who's out there trying to become something that they're not built to become it always fall apart but always fall apart people always find their way to the exit I don't belong in the ground that's in your life when I was in business don't belong there it won't happen another thing is authenticity in authentic happen as some people have a strong will and others have a strong well and those who don't have that will to go the distance within that realm I don't have the tools and tips around the where with all to push through they'll make their way out the door that's okay I learned to have a dinner beginning for me I used to be like when they doing here this isn't real good should be here and I was always projecting focusing on them what I've learned in my own lane I don't worry about anything else being an authentic I focus on me and diving deep there really discovering who I am and how I can be a better or bigger contributions of the people I love that brother we had a guy Steve stays with us right now okay Steve says I've got a nine five job I got an idea I've got passion I've got purpose but how can I get started how can I go out and make this a reality because I've got my nine to five job it's what pays my bills and I'm barely surviving financially I've got maybe a couple hundred Bucks a couple thousand Bucks in the bank right now I don't really like what I do it pays the bills when I got this deep burning desire to go out in turn this idea in my passion into a monetary business but I'm uncertain I'm afraid of what happens if I cut the cord what he said Steve hello to Mister we have but one life to live but I asked can anyone tell me at that point I would tell him one of the prices but you're paying by not living that illegal deeper into that people don't understand how much they're robbing the people in their life by not being in alignment with why they're here Frank we don't fully comprehend the prices people in our lives and that we are personally paying by not being in alignment or missing on a lot of things are not having we came for as a direct result of not doing the work it takes to discover the gift of the purpose I didn't know that I want to be a man's apartment culture international agreement how sort of foster care but it was more month than money you know we never really struggle to want different things about our provider but we didn't have much I never thought I could travel idea that someone would care what I'm doing in eighteen months I don't know the case number I stood the course I did the things that produces as daily I surrounded myself with champions I put in the work I went within myself I learned how to be alone and knowing that when I went in with myself everywhere that I go I'm never lonely because I bring me everywhere that I go yeah as I've learned little tips and tools and now I guess I read books and I've Serrano someplace champions with rock stars in business and in life and has supported me in transforming this thing called the mind the mind is so precious and what we tell it what we how we speak to it influences how we shop in the world and I just have to learn to be gentle with myself and to be able to be understanding and to come from compassion person's confusion which is confusing so we have to do anything about you know yeah a lot of people I think to me ultimately it's about living life based on results it's about growing my awareness that I.

Langford
"langford" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

11:04 min | 1 year ago

"langford" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Of entrepreneurs I'm mark lack and this is business rockstars my guest today is my dear friend you on Langford is an international speaker and he's a men's empowerment coach and he is a phenomenal one at that do you want me to have about us are going to be in the house so real quick just kind of tell us what you have this man a little bit everything traveling re speaking all over your office right now being a business rockstars in a band along with us as far as I invited us round but just really traveling the world right now and the trading community creating content that really conversations and support all people positively men and bring them to challenge them in some areas they can live their legacy and actually create from place apartments I love that if you do an amazing job and I've seen your videos I've seen your workshops I've seen the testimonies from people doing amazing job and that's why you're on the shelf so let's talk about the hardest thing about starting a business what would you say are three traits or three tips every entrepreneur getting started needs to now go first go you mean by that goes very well fresh the biggest thing for me is is waiting for permission and I was not I thought so I thought that one at a certain point someone tapping on the children Hey it's your turn I realize it's always my turn do you have to do it was my turn yeah and it's waiting for permission is is is the worst thing you can do I think a lot of us have these visions these call these missions for our lives and if we don't have the right people around us are supporting us and pushing us forward that we stock a lot of us sitting in we should be standing in changing transforming lives and so really stepped into something that's truly warning for failing and it's also been something that's I mean it's like a dream yeah so you step in your dream that's straight number one is yeah I just do it right you got to give yourself permission to get started and allowed the dream for us all to more things for getting started Russian actions isn't everything I was saying was it was it was my GPS of of golfers is go for it right first Ashley biggest thing is if you're not passionate about it there's a certain visual goal in life right passion can show up after one AM passion we show up before five AM passion gives you up when you're knocked down passions you gives you that got sick on purpose I listen this is why you should be in business with me this is why I'm choosing to buy passion gives you the feel to go places that a normal the average person wouldn't go yeah that's something that's really pushing for I created a workshop in LA will certainly well I twelve guys in the room and now I'm traveling the globe this workshop that's a passion I love that right it's just it's just something that I can't really explain it a little delusional you know I'm gonna have a little crazy nobody you know so inclusion is is a big thing you know okay so go first passion number three as it is this is something that I don't know what to ask this is this is something that I mean this is so important this is one of the secret ingredient the secret ingredients and the success and this is a personal side of this is a huge part of it the facility is being specific right watch you in knowing where you don't have to go anymore we're going to land we know we don't need this course on your specific the university honor specificity right things will come I want to make more money okay or someone they have a coaching class he said I want to make enough money enough money for what once again my bills in my house and I don't make enough to do this and I'm like are you bills paid I just can't say we're getting exactly what you're asking for yeah specificity another story young lady who is dying to be married she said I have been asking Twitter psychologist because I've been asking for a husband is wanting a merit is one husband shows in every job that I meet every day I go on a date with they're all married she's been asking for us but so it's important that we be specific and know that what we asked for it will come and it'll come expeditiously and so I think getting clear and being is taken as pointed and directed as possible with your vision with your mission is gonna support you're really getting into arriving at that place how do you find your purpose impact and in your business though because you know yeah you can be passionate about something but I see people have passion in a purpose yeah so how do you find your purpose I think personally the foundation of everybody's purpose should be built on two pillars growth and contribution growth meetings constantly finding ways to serve our clients in a greater way and always figuring out how you can become a better version of yourself contribution meanings how can you figure out how you can constantly give back and serve somebody or some thing that's bigger than yourself I think that's the foundation of purpose and then you can get really clear on what your specific purposes retirement specificity right at tight end how to get specific on what your purpose I think it's discovering and and playing in the round what lights me up for me I love traveling I love tried his luck getting on planes and buses and taxis and horses as well I'm learning right I'm such a student of life I also love people love connecting with people right one of my greatest fear is growing up as connecting with men because I had no dad no brother all females and so I don't know how to really establish let this relationship and so I've taken all three of those things that I've created a workshop that allows me to travel the globe connect with men wow right let me up I got super specific but it's a journey as well as being gentle with yourself along the journey and for me getting scared again specific and really creating that that passion and then really going first in going the distance it's about relationships and what I want to say if anybody's watching is a lot of people focusing on the money it's not about the money focus on the movement focus on the people focus on the impact focus on the service and everything else will come rushing you dressed up for me that's exactly his parents right now I've been so focused outward on serving people in increasing my capacity creating products services workshops to support people and when they go in they wouldn't normally go and now the discovering who they are they digging deeper into giving that clarity of mind right they're building the awareness to have more choices and then ultimately producing results but what I'm doing right now for myself and also teach others is living life based on results I love I do mine says look inward first become your best self and everything outside I'll take care of itself you mom Lankford is my guess right now he's a men's empowerment coach and a phenomenal international speaker I'm mark Latham business rockstars we're here to inspire inform and connect the community of entrepreneurs again my guess right now is you've on Lankford it's good to have on the show brother has happened so entrepreneurship it's something that I feel like everybody's trying to do nowadays it's like this trendy thing used to not be used to mean you don't have a job it is Hey I'm an entrepreneur and start my own business I'm a try to raise money how much how to get a false valuation of mine on my ten everyone's trying to become a coach or guru so everyone nowadays trying to get in the space but what do you think how important do you think it is to be authentic as an entrepreneur work nowadays everyone trying to have false valuations pretend that there are or an expert when they're in their first year of this and all this other falseness of being an entrepreneur nowadays with Instagram accounts of pictures and all this only showing you the stuff they want you to see the highlight reels how poor it is authentic but it's everything and honestly it won't last anybody who's out there trying to become something that they're not built to become it always fell apart but always fall apart people always find their way to the exit they don't belong in the ground that's in your life when I was in business don't belong there don't happen another thing is authenticity an authentic happen as some people have a strong will and others have a strong well and those who don't have that will to go the distance with and around I don't have the tools and tips around the where with all to push through they'll make their way out of the room that's okay I learned to have it in the beginning for me I used to be like when they doing here this isn't so good should be here and I was always projecting focusing on them I have learned in my own lane I don't worry about anything else being inauthentic I focus on me and diving deep there really discovering who I am and how I can be a better or bigger contributions of the people I love that brother we had a guy Steve Steve was right now okay Steve says I've got a nine five job I got an idea I've got passion I've got purpose but how can I get started how can I go out and make this a reality because I've got my nine to five job it's what pays my bills and I'm barely surviving financially I've got maybe a couple hundred Bucks a couple thousand Bucks in the bank right now I don't really like what I do is pays the bills but I've got this deep burning desire to go out in turn this idea in my passion into a monetary business but I'm uncertain I'm afraid of what happens if I cut the cord what he said Steve hello to Mister this is when I show up and ask him tell me at that point I would tell him one of the prices but you're paying by not living that illegal deeper into that people don't understand how much they're robbing the people that live by not being in alignment with why they're here right we don't fully comprehend the prices people in our lives and that we are personally paying by not being in alignment or missing on a lot of things are not having we came for as a direct result of not doing the work it takes to discover the gift store the purpose I didn't know that I want to be a man's apartment culture international agreement how sort of foster care but it was more month than money you know we never really struggle to want different things because I provided but we didn't have much I never thought I could travel idea that someone would care what I'm doing in eighteen months I don't I don't care you know but I did the course I did the things that produce results daily I surrounded myself with champions I put in the work I went within myself I learned how to be alone and knowing that when I went in with myself everywhere that I go I'm never lonely because I bring me everywhere that I go yeah as I've learned little tips and tools and now I guess I read books and I've tried a couple of champions with rock stars in business and in life and has supported me in transforming this thing called the mind the mind is so precious and what we tell it what we how we speak to it influences how we shop in the world and I have learned to be gentle with myself and to be able to be understanding and to come from compassion person's confusion which is confusing so we have to do anything about it yeah a lot of people I think to me ultimately it's about living life based on results it's about growing my awareness that I have more choices and ultimately can change and transform the world everybody I come in.

Langford
"langford" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

11:04 min | 1 year ago

"langford" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Of entrepreneurs I'm mark lack and this is business rockstars my guest today is my dear friend you on Langford is an international speaker and he's a men's empowerment coach and he is a phenomenal one at that do you want me to have a better Sir are going to be in the house so real quick just kind of tell us what you please this man a limit everything traveling you can follow him being a business rockstars in a band along with us as long as I got invited but just really traveling the world right now and the trading community creating content and really conversations and support all people most recently men break into the challenges in the area so they can live their legacy and we create from place apartments I love that if you do an amazing job and I've seen your videos I've seen your workshops I've seen the testimonies from people doing amazing job and that's why you're on the shelf so let's talk about the hardest thing about starting a business what would you say are three traits or three tips every entrepreneur getting started needs to now go first that goes very well fresh the biggest thing for me is is waiting for permission and I was not I thought so I thought that one at a certain point someone tapping on the children Hey it's your turn I realize it's always my turn do you have to do it was my turn and it's waiting for permission is is is the worst thing you can do I think a lot of us have these visions these call these missions for our lives and if we don't have the right people around us are supporting us and pushing us forward that we stock a lot of us sitting in we should be standing in changing transforming lives and so really stepped into something that's truly warning for failing and it's also been something that's I mean it's like a dream yeah so you've stepped in Eugene that street number one is yeah I just do it right you got to give yourself permission to get started and allowed the dream for us all to more things for getting started a bit actually is passion passions as an expert you know say it was it was it was my GPS of of comfort is go for it right PSA's passionate biggest thing is if you're not passionate about it there's a certain visual goal in life by cashing kid show up after one AM passion we show up before five AM passion gives you up when you're knocked down passion you gives you got to go into a room and say listen this is why you should be in there with me this is why I'm choosing you by passion gives you the deal to go places that a normal the average person wouldn't go yeah that's something that's really pushing for I created a workshop in LA with Tommy well at twelve guys in the room and now I'm traveling the globe this workshop that's a passion I love that right it's just it's just something that I can't really explain it a little delusional you know I'm gonna have a little crazy nobody you know so inclusion is is a big thing you know okay so go first passion number three as it is this is something that I don't know what to ask this is this is something that I mean this is so important this is one of this is the secret ingredient the secret ingredients any success and this is a personal side of this is a huge part of it specificity is being specific right watch you in knowing where you don't have to go anymore we're going to land we know we don't need this course when you specific the university honor specificity right things will come I want to make more money okay or almost have a coaching class he said I want to make enough money enough money for what I want to pay my bills in my house and I don't make enough to do this and I'm like are you bills paid as we say we're getting exactly what you're asking for yeah specificity another story young lady who is dying to be married she said I have been asking Twitter psychologist because I've been asking for a husband is wanting a merit is one husband shows in every job that I meet every day I go on a date with they're all married she's now asking for us but it was important that we be specific and know that we ask for it will come and it'll come expeditiously and so I think getting clear and being is taken as pointed and directed as possible with your vision with your mission is gonna support sure really getting into arriving at that place how do you find your purpose in Pat and in your business though because you know yeah you can be passionate about something but I see people have passion they don't have purpose yeah so how do you find your purpose I think personally the foundation of everybody's purpose should be built on two pillars growth and contribution growth meetings constantly finding ways to serve our clients in a greater way and always figuring out how you can become a better version of yourself contribution meanings how can you figure out how you can constantly give back and serve somebody or some thing that's bigger than yourself I think that's the foundation of purpose and then you can get really clear on what your specific purposes retirement specificity right have tied it in how to get specific on what your process I think it's discovering and implementing the round what lights me up for me I love traveling I love tried his luck getting on planes and buses and taxis and horses are just one of those learning right I'm such a student of life I also love people love connecting with people right one of my greatest fear is growing up was connecting with men because I had no dad no brother all females and so I didn't know how to really establish let this relationship and so I've taken all three of those things that I've created a workshop that allows me to travel the globe connect with men wow right I like me up I got super specific but it's a journey as well as being gentle with yourself along the journey and for me getting spaghetti games specific and really creating that that passion and then really going first in going the distance it's about relationships and what I want to say in anybody's watching is a lot of people focusing on the money it's not about the money focus on the movement focus on the people focus on the impact focus on the service and everything else will come rushing your doorstep which remains exactly as far as right now I've been so focused outward on serving people in increasing my capacity creating products services workshops to support people and when they go when they would normally go and now the discovering who they are they digging deeper into giving that clarity of mind right they're building the awareness that more choices and then ultimately producing results but what I'm doing right now for myself and also teach others is living life based on I love that you find says look inward first become your best self and everything outside I'll take care of stuff you mom Lankford is my guess right now he's a men's empowerment coach and a phenomenal international speaker I'm mark Latham business rockstars we're here to inspire inform and connect the community of entrepreneurs again my guess right now is you've on Lankford it's good to have on the show brother has happened so entrepreneurship it's something that I feel like everybody's trying to do nowadays it's like this trendy thing used to not being used to mean you don't have a job Hey I'm an entrepreneur and start my own business I'm a try to raise money how much how to get a a false valuation of mine on my ten everyone's trying to become a coach or guru so everyone now days trying to get in the space but what do you think how important do you think it is to be authentic as an entrepreneur work nowadays everyone trying to have false valuations pretend that they're a or an expert when they're in their first year of this and all this other falseness of being an entrepreneur nowadays with Instagram accounts of pictures and all this only showing you the stuff they want you to see the highlight reels all parties often but it's everything and honestly it won't last anybody who's out there trying to become something that they're not built to become it always fall apart they always fall apart people always find their way at the exit I don't belong in the room that's in your life when I was in business don't belong there it won't happen another thing is authenticity when authentic happen as some people have a strong will and others have a strong well and those who don't have that will to go the distance with and around I don't have the tools on the tip of the where with all to push through they'll make their way out of the room okay I learned to admit in the beginning for me I used to be like when they don't hear this isn't good should be here and I was always projecting focusing on them I have learned in my own lane I don't worry about anything else being an authentic I focus on me indeed diving deep and really discovering who I am and how I can be a better or bigger questions other people I love that brother we had a guy Steve is with us right now okay Steve says I've got a nine five job I got an idea I've got passion I've got purpose but how can I get started how can I go out and make this a reality because I've got my nine to five job it's what pays my bills and I'm barely surviving financially I've got maybe a couple hundred Bucks a couple thousand Bucks in the bank right now I don't really like what I do it pays the bills but I've got this deep burning desire to go out in turn this idea in my passion into a monetary business but I'm uncertain I'm afraid of what happens if I cut the cord what he said Steve hello Mister but this is when I show up and ask him I mean tell me at that point I would tell him one of the prices but you're paying by not living that illegal deeper into that people don't understand how much they're robbing the people in their life by not being in alignment with why they're here Frank we don't fully comprehend the prices people in our lives and that we are personally paying by not being in alignment or missing on a lot of things are not having we came for as a direct result of not doing the work it takes to discover the gifts of the purpose I didn't know that I want to be a man's apartment culture international agreement how sort of foster care but it was more month than money you know we never really struggle to want different things was I provided but we didn't have much I never thought I could travel idea that someone would care what I'm doing in eighteen months I don't I don't really care you know but I know the course I did the things that produce results daily I surrounded myself with champions I put in the work I went within myself I learned how to be alone and knowing that when I went in with myself everywhere that I go I'm never lonely because I bring me everywhere that I go yeah as I've learned little tips and tools and now I guess I read books and I've Serrano someplace you can't be as with rock stars in business and in life and has supported me in transforming this thing called the mind the mind is so precious and what we tell it what we how we speak to it influences how we shop in the world and I just have to learn to be gentle with myself and to be able to be understanding and to come from compassion person's confusion which is confusing so we have to do anything about you know yeah a lot of people I think for me ultimately it's about living life based on results growing awareness that I have more choices and ultimately can change and transform the world everybody I come in.

Langford
Trump did want to withhold Ukraine aid, John Bolton says, prompting calls for him to testify in impeachment trial

First Light

02:37 min | 1 year ago

Trump did want to withhold Ukraine aid, John Bolton says, prompting calls for him to testify in impeachment trial

"Former national security adviser John Bolton is neither confirming nor denying a report in this morning's New York times that his new books as president trump did in fact time military aid to Ukraine to that country investigating the bidens is Linda Kenyon Michael sharpening the case for witnesses and documents the call for witnesses has sharpened after New York times report that cited sources familiar with former national security adviser John Bolton's yet to be released book according to the report Bolton who said he would testify if subpoenaed writes that the president sought to tie up three hundred ninety one million dollars in aid to Ukraine to his request for the country's leaders to help with investigations into the Democrats including former vice president Joe Biden and a son hunter Republican senator James Langford appearing on ABC's this week says Democrats shouldn't call witnesses including Bolton they want to move as fast as possible and now they want to slow down the trial as much as possible in the Senate this is a very odd political strategy for them more than a fact finding strategy that prompted democratic senator Doug Jones to tweet the Senate needs to hear from Bolton the American people deserve to hear from Bolton if we can't get bolder let's get a subpoena for the book the defense is picking apart the prosecution's case saying it failed to meet the burden of proof Republican senator Lindsey Graham tells fox news Sunday morning futures he agrees in two hours the Senate the president's defense team destroyed the narrative created in twenty one hours regarding the process and substance house impeachment manager Val Deming's on ABC's this week obviously disagrees they ever that's against the president is overwhelming senator Graham on fox says it wasn't that overwhelming effect he predicts the impeachment trial will backfire on the Democrats he's gonna get acquitted because this is been a railroad job by the house he's going to be stronger after impeachment then he was after Mahler regardless of the outcome Democrats say the American people need to know this was a fair trial and they said the only way to do that is to allow witness testimony and documents is it an uphill fight yes what I say it's likely to happen know what I say there's no chance it will happen now Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer the only thing we're seeking is the truth and the truth means witnesses and documents chief house impeachment manager Adam Schiff on NBC's meet the press says president trump and his team are doing everything possible to prevent that the president's team is pushing out the argument we don't have time to call witnesses we'd really love to have these people test why we just don't have time to do it it would be too inconvenient that's a

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Defense resumes in key impeachment week; Dems seek witnesses

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Defense resumes in key impeachment week; Dems seek witnesses

"The big question whether to introduce more documentary evidence and witnesses such as acting White House chief of staff Mack Mulvaney and former national security adviser John Bolton senator James Langford and Oklahoma Republican tells A. B. C.'s this week he's not convinced looks like they're asking the Senate to go be special counsel go search go seek out that's not really the task of the Senate Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer tells reporters an up hill fight yes would I say it's likely to happen know what I say there's no chance it will happen now senators will get another chance to vote after a sixteen hour question and answer session which will follow the defense presentation Ben Thomas Washington

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"langford" Discussed on ON BOYS Podcast

ON BOYS Podcast

06:19 min | 2 years ago

"langford" Discussed on ON BOYS Podcast

"What would be who would be logical to be in that circle? I do want you to talk about snapchat because we've heard all sorts of things about snapchat grab end not so good snapshot is out out there. It's good and not so good in terms of the ones that high school kids are using. They will still be doing instagram. But then at some point they are gonna Kinda kind of jumped the fence onto snapchat. They really have hardly anything to do with facebook anymore. For lots of reasons but mostly facebook is where old people hung out like. The that is definitely a grownup thing. It and they just want to skip that one thing they do use facebook for. I've learned especially really if you have kids. That are in motor sports and maybe other hobbies. They will join facebook so that they can look at facebook marketplace and see what cars are on on sale and what motorcycles and what dirt bikes and four wheelers are on sale. So that's the only reason my teens are on facebook. They will do. They will get facebook accounts for like you said the utility of it but they don't. They're not on the air on just enough to know if I post something about them. Joe Yes right and then you know so. There's lots of things now were like. Oh you can log in with facebook to do this thing and you can log in with facebook to do that thing. And so they'll get a facebook account so that they can log engine gen access other parts of the Internet and kind of make signing in a little bit easier but they just connected to other social media but sometimes it's a doorway in utilitarian until the -tarian kind of way to get there but so yes so they kind of skipped facebook the state with instagram pretty consistently but they will kind of fold snapchat snapchat into that which definitely is a teenager. Thing in Snapchat is complicated. It is crazy intensely sleep popular much like middle schoolers with instagram. You know with instagram. It's like I think something up in the like the eighty percent of that age cohort is on instagram. So for seventh or eighth grader to not be on instagram is almost becomes like a pretty clear. Social Oh statement like they are literally sort of walling themselves off from a chunk of their group in snapchat can be that as well in high school as they get older into high school. Everybody is on snapchat ends. That's technically true but it definitely feels like it and it's not really that far awesome. Technically true of the numbers of snapchat are just enormous so explain snapshot to our listeners. snapchat is is a pretty viral form of social networking where you can take pictures. You can take videos. You can draw them. Give Captions Tag. The people You can add in sounds and do special effects ultra things in really cool and unique ways and then sent him to one person or you can send him to everyone in who is on snapchat and you can put timers on them. Ten seconds twenty seconds thirty seconds and then they disappear magically into the ether never never theoretically to be seen again and so the reputation they had for a long time was. That was what you used to send pictures of yourself. Soft people because it'll disappear in those no consequences so don't worry about it and snapchat definitely leaned into that culture because I think the numbers have Grown so big. I think they're starting to grow themselves up a little bit and trying to Approach social networking a little bit more mature early Understanding that they might actually be a contender for real long-term client base rather than just like kids doing stupid crap so I think that they are trying and to grow themselves up a little bit They have lots of features that other social networking platforms are copying like stories. Were you kind of have like a a daily projection of what your day was like. You take a picture of you doing this and you snap a story about. You're doing this and you add it to your story and it's like a twenty four hour long day in the life of whoever right for your audience to have they also use it for just regular texting instead of mortal texting a lot of people just communicate straight through snapchat. That's what I see a lot with my guys. I mean they will take. I know they're snapping because we're in a dark living room and they're playing video games or something and they kind of snake take a little stupid picture just so that they can type some words or write something on it and continue the conversation they they were having with the friends. Yeah so it's an interesting way to stay in contact with people and it's kind of nicer in some ways than you know. INSTAGRAM tends to be pretty posed and curated. You'll take the eight pictures and you put the one that you really like on on instagram and facebook is a little bit like that too but on snapchat Navjot people share their messy bedrooms and their hair and their mouth full of food. And all those things that you wouldn't necessarily share their places it's just a little feels I think little more intimate and real and there's aspects now of instagram that are starting to replicate that that same kind of way so it feels a little more genuine and like you're actually connecting with people and I think to some degree that's true but snapchat can be really problematic. There's a lot of people doing lots of crazy crap on. There are because that no consequence free zone back reputation still is very much alive and exists I think and so having conversations with kids about what I call ephemeral communication so when things you can have something have it disappear after a certain period of time. I'm like that is just kind of Varsity level social networking I think and so having conversations with kids about behavioral expectations and white. You're okay with them doing and not doing. And what your values are getting them to talk about with. Your values are in the face of that. I think is very important. Let's take a pause right now for this message edge and we'll be back with more explanations of all the APPS that you don't know about.

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Senate Passes Bill to Support Hong Kong Protesters, Putting Pressure on Trump

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

01:25 min | 2 years ago

Senate Passes Bill to Support Hong Kong Protesters, Putting Pressure on Trump

"Good news well we've got a little bit of it anyway the Senate has passed the Hong Kong pro democracy legislation by unanimous consent let's get more from ed Baxter he's covering all the global stories from the Bloomberg nine sixteen museum in San Francisco eighty yeah Douglas thank yet got good news and bad news depending on where you sit is now passed both the house and the Senate as senator Marco Rubio introduced it with very anti China message and now on the latest move China's pushing the Hong Kong government to pass what they call a new national security law a law that would allow them to arrest political critics and opponents and this is if this passes that happens that's the very definition of control and the fact approved ball loss of the time and senator James Langford sent a personal message to the protesters what you are doing has moved to this body what you are doing is changing the world so thank you for your courage thank you for your bravery thank you for believing in your city and thank you for believing in Hong Kong and Blue Ridge stand flatly says it could have implications toward a trade deal yeah okay several experts about this issue I feel that this could certainly at the very least complicate kind of negotiating that at least of the first page of that crazy deal and the president has remained a mom he has not said a

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Mexico confirms arrests in cartel massacre of Mormon family

Arizona's Morning News

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Mexico confirms arrests in cartel massacre of Mormon family

"We have some major developments to bring you in the ambush killings of nine American women and children in northern Mexico in fact it's our top story in here's Jenny west Mexico security secretary says arrests have been made in last week's brutal murders by suspected cartel gunmen in northern Mexico K. D. A. R. as Jim crosses live with the latest yeah Germany so far Mexico still not releasing any information details about the number of arrests or where this happened what Gruber cartel the suspects maybe part of others came after arrest last week of a suspect in our free a south of Douglas Arizona that was later found not to be connected to these are murders thirteen year old Devon Langford's mother and two brothers were killed in this ambush he then walked fourteen miles to get help for the other eight children who survive under my mind

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"langford" Discussed on The Money Advantage Podcast

The Money Advantage Podcast

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"langford" Discussed on The Money Advantage Podcast

"You feel great about your money and getting your money working for you so you can thrive Activeness of these policies because of the widespread perception of their safety and growth rate now that's why it's more critical than ever to talk about the warning lights to sure that you have the information to make the best decisions now it really doesn't matter how great something looks on the outside if it's just a facade but the structure is unstable wouldn't you WanNa know now if these policies start out great but declined and grow progressively weaker with time wouldn't that be something you'd like to know up front now imagine buying a car if you drove it off the lot it was in pristine condition but the brakes the axle the engine in even the body of the car started to deteriorate rapidly that wouldn't be a good car for you now if it was known that that cars useful life was uncertain at best and the engine the brakes had a fifty percent chance of weakening to the point of making the car undrivable in three years wouldn't you WanNa know now in today's show we're digging deeper into two further heard dissect walls mathematical and statistical faults now joining us for this important conversation today is Todd Langford CEO in developer of truth concepts Angel calculators and he's better known as a financial truth teller now the reason that we're going to go to this great length is that if it was just an opinion about it really wouldn't matter all that much but the way to know if something is financially sound is to foretell its future mathematically and there's no one more qualified do that than Todd Langford so where does this conversation fit in the bigger picture of your journey to time and money freedom we'll hear the advantage we are a community of wealth creators entrepot poorly minded business owners who want more financial control and cash flow so we've put together.

"langford" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"langford" Discussed on WGN Radio

"John langford. Saying for the first time music from the show take me which is going to be distraught. Activator starting this week and running through June twenty second Jon Langford does the music along with Mark arena. And also Anderson law for guys, you know, as you put together this it keep coming back to this idea of bringing different disciplines together to collaborate and not necessarily be three feet or artists. There's something about that that especial and and is unique for you. Mark. Do you see a future in continuing this work because you've been longtime journalists in Chicago writing other people's stories is it similar to to write plays musical? We felt that way, you know, I've been ready play since college. And so I was really involved in my twenties and thirties in the theater scene. But journalism was always way that I made a living many people know me by and I always tell people that it's actually they're so close together more than people would think in there in the worlds are very lot of journalists don't are involved with theater and a lot of people or non Volve journalists. I think they're very. Married because when I was a young reporter in my twenties, I really loved it because it gave me excuse to go knock on the door of a stranger. They had opened the door and they told me about their life. Okay. Whatever questions out ask them at a low point of their life or high. Entryways at your journalist shows up something bad happens or something really good happens. And and you just learn so much about people in people that normally would never come contact within my regular life. And I feel like that curiosity about people really mix really could journalism, and it really makes really good theater because ultimately both about storage, it's sort of a kind of a rudimentary thing. But it it's true. I feel like they both feed each other. You see the same way Anderson to the site of of you're the theater guy. You the glue that keeps it all together here because this is a theater production. But you know, the theater is just really it's it's a lot like journalists and telling people stories. Yeah, that's true. It's exactly what it is telling people stories. I was listening to your interview with Chris Jones. Today. We're talking about Broadway and the way for something to succeed on Broadway needs to be the cool, hipster Brooklyn show or to be the big, you know, like star thing, right. And man, I'm a true believer in Chicago theater. You know, and believe in storefront theater. I think it's the best place in the world to make plays. And here we don't have to worry about that. We can take Langford Guarino, and then put them with these actors, and like make something together, which you don't have you cannot do that anywhere else in the world, you know, just because it costs too much money. But in Chicago, we're able to do that. And luckily stroudsburg provided a laboratory for us to do this. And they believed in enough for us to be able to put it up and put it together. And we're just really lucky to live in a city where you can do that kind of stuff. John for you. Same question as a longtime musician and work in bands. But also solo work is his theater in your future. Do you see from this experience something you want to continue? Enjoyed it. Two different things have bowed released. And you know, when he I think was the meek owns we found when you repeat processes, if you you know, you've had some success with you think of would the best thing to do scrap it and start some announce so yeah, I think maybe I'll be I'll probably just rather write the music would like to appear in the next one. Hoping some kind of all new outdoor production. Right. Labor law remark or you know, these guys are the collaborators and artists behind the new musical take me, which is at the straw, doc theater. It starts this weekend. Runs through June, twenty seconds. Go ahead and check it out here in Chicago guys that can take enough for coming in. Thank you. Thank you. Thanks fan. How big Friday.

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Asia stocks calm as China slows

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

01:56 min | 3 years ago

Asia stocks calm as China slows

"What's happening in financial markets as the Asian trading day gets rolling. Let's get it over to Bloomberg's Doug krizner. You were talking earlier about one of the components. I guess a foundational component for this optimism being optimism on U S China trade, given the fact that is Bloomberg news reported last week. The Chinese were making some kind of offer on a path to eliminate the trade deficit with the US. But now we're hearing that the US and China have made very little in the way of progress when it comes to the issue of IT, we are told Chinese officials have denied IP theft, and they have asked the US for proof. So in turn the US T R, the office of the trade Representative of told US lawmakers of the lack of progress on the issue of IP. This may have been one of the factors helping to take equities from session. Highs here in the early asiapac session. We also have negative South Korea neck port export data for the first twenty days of the month of decline of nine and a half. Half percent. If you look at semiconductors by themselves. Semiconductor exports in the first twenty days were down twenty eight point eight percent. The Korean one right now against the dollar weaker by four tenths of one percent. Let's look at the equity picture very quickly in Seoul, the kospi down two tenths of one percent, Sydney. Asx two hundred is better by two tenths of one percent. In tokyo. The Nikkei still holding onto a gain of about four tenths of one percent. We had been higher by about one percent earlier. But the yen has strengthened now against the dollar to one oh nine fifty five in that has helped to take some of the wind out of the sales of the Nikkei in Hong Kong hang sang up three tenths of one percents. Shanghai composite. Meantime, better by about three tenths of one percent. Now, we have a holiday in the states markets will be closed in observance of the Martin Luther King junior day. So as a result, no trading in US treasuries in the Tokyo session. The ten year was last quoted at a yield of two point seven eight percent. I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg. Interactive brokers studio in. New York, Paul. All right. Thanks very much. Doug. Well, the second Trump Kim summit is expected to be held in Vietnam. Baxter's. Global news in the Bloomberg nine sixty San Francisco newsroom. Ed, exactly right, Paul. That's the word today from the Trump administration. Anyway, vice President Mike Pence on FOX saying the US goal to begin to make real the denuclearization. That can Jong on committed to the first word is location Hanoi. But that hasn't been firmed up. We're told denying hokey men city also appear to be in the running. He you nations are split and disagreeing over how long they think the UK could delay Brexit how some of them pushing for up to a year. Others want pressure applied to accept a deal as soon as possible it's up to the UK to ask for a delay. Something Prime Minister, Theresa may has adamantly said she will not do you k- trade secretary Liam Fox in the BBC says the message to the EU is that there is a real possibility of Brexit without a deal there watching my message stem is I hope you've understood from this program that new deal is a real possibility at least put the African. And may is preparing to set out where Brexit goes next in parliament tomorrow MP's are already preparing to take control of the process. She's had a call with her cabinet today. Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's heads for talks in Moscow this week. The hope is resolution of the seventy year old dispute over Pacific islands, but Russian rhetoric has turned strident as foreign minister Sergey Lavrov says Russia will not surrender any territory and is publicly offering a pointed reminder of Japan's World War to defeat. Japan's hope would be that this is just pre negotiation rhetoric. US house leadership is how the Trump announcement over the weekend of a compromise which would give some dreamers, DACA. Three years to stay in the US. They say, it's an odd started. But Republican James Langford says it is a very good approaching the presents put a reasonable compromise on the table. Everyone knew we're going to go through this process. We're gonna end up compromising on multiple different areas to be able to resolve it. But the core elements are there that we all strongly believe about. But democratic Senator Mark Warner says this announcement by the president could be a starting point. But the government has to be opened. I what we cannot do. And I've actually had Republicans as well recognizes is that we cannot reward the kind of behavior of hostage-taking because if the president can arbitrarily shut down now he will do it time and again warned her on NBC and the House Democratic whip James Clyburn on FOX says he has a path forward temporary protective status for all people sick in the come to this country and the Trump Tower Russia talks didn't end until November election year. That's a far later than has ever been admitted by the Trump administration personal attorney Rudy Giuliani and CNN saying yes, November. But I'm not I'm not at all concerned about that. He gave a full and complete answer to it. I can't share the whole thing with you. But I can't share the conclusion, which is he had conversations with Michael Cohen. But it was Michael Collins driving the project says he never ordered him to lie to congress in San Francisco. I'm Ed backs. Stir? This is Bloomberg Bryan, sir. All right. Ed, let's move on to sport Donna pages with

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What Happens When Elevator Cables Break?

BrainStuff

06:06 min | 3 years ago

What Happens When Elevator Cables Break?

"Support. For brain stuff comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans are excited to introduce their all new rate shield approval. If you're in the market to buy a home rate shield approval is a real game changer. And here's why first Quicken Loans will lock your rate for up to ninety days while you shop, but here's the crucial part every up your rate stays the same. But if rates go down your rate also drops either way you win. It's the kind of thinking you'd expect from America's largest mortgage lender. To get started. Go to rocketmortgage dot com slash brain stuff rate shield approval. Only valid on certain thirty year purchase transactions. Additional conditions or exclusions may apply based on Quicken Loans. Data in comparison to public data records, equal housing lender. Licensed in all fifty states and m s consumer access dot org number three zero three zero. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, Brian stuff on more invoke bomb, and you may have heard about it in the news in November of two thousand eighteen six people boarded an elevator at the former John Hancock center in Chicago for the ride down from the signature room bar on the ninety fifth floor to the lobby but one of the cable snapped and the elevator plunged eighty four floors to the eleventh floor amazingly, none of the passengers had to be hospitalized. And there were no serious injuries. The passengers thought they had only fallen a few floors. However, they did have to wait three hours to be rescued by firefighters because there were no openings between the floors. So how was it possible? That one of the worst things that can happen to people in an elevator occurred and everyone survived elevators in the real world. Have so many safety features that the kind of thing you see in movies where villain cuts a single cable disaster. Ensues usually never happens. Here's the breakdown. First. Let's look at those cables and a cable elevator system. Steel cables bolted to the car loop over a sheaves achieve is a pulley with a grooved rim surf. Office at the top of the elevator. Shaft the sheaves grooves grip the steel cables. So when an electric motor rotates, the shave the cables, moved to the cables that lift the car are also connected to a counterweight which hangs down on the other side of the sheaf the car and the counterweight both right along on steel rails. Each elevator cable is made from several lengths of steel material wound around one another these cables, very rarely snap. And inspectors look them for wear and tear. But even a steel cable can break. So what happens then almost all pulley? Elevators have multiple cables between four and eight in total. Even if one cable snapped the remaining cables would hold the elevator car up. In fact, just one cable is usually enough. But let's say all the cables did snap. Then. The elevators safeties would kick in safeties are breaking systems on the elevator car that grab onto the rails. Running up and down the elevator. Shaft some safeties clamped the rails. While others drive a wedge into notches in the rails. Typically, safeties are active. Aided by a mechanical speed governor. The governor is poli that rotates when the elevator moves when the governor's spins too fast. The internal force activates the braking system, even if the cables and the safeties all failed. Sure, you would be plummeted rapidly. But you wouldn't quite be in freefall friction from the rails along the shaft and pressure from air underneath the car would slow the car down considerably though, you would feel a bit lighter than normal. Unim- packed the car would stop, and you would keep going slamming you into the floor, but two things would cushion that blow. I the elevator car would compress air at the bottom of the shaft as it fell just as a piston compresses air in a bicycle pump. The air pressure would slow the elevator car down second most cable. Elevators have a built in shock absorber at the bottom of the shaft typically a piston in an oilfield cylinder that would cushion the impact to with all of these features in place. You would have an excellent chance of surviving. Any elevator mishap in the case of the Chicago. Elevator incident. Once the firefighters figured out where the passengers were the crew put up struts to make sure the elevator did not drop any further, then they broke through a wall. Forced to the elevator door open and put a ladder into the elevator to help people up and out. Chicago fire department spokesman Larry Langford told the Chicago Tribune, we don't like to have to go through walls, unless it's absolutely necessary. The only other way to get to the elevator would have been ropes from the ninety seventh floor and that would not be safe. We don't come down like Batman. So we must go through the wall. You sometimes hear that you should jump immediately before an elevator crashes. So that you would be floating at the second of impact would that work? Now, even if you could perfectly time such a leap it wouldn't help. Let's say you and the elevator are falling at a hundred miles per hour. That's around one hundred sixty one kilometers per hour. Unless you have some superhero powered legs when you jump up in the elevator. You'd still be going about one hundred miles per hour. And then you would hit the ground at one hundred miles per hour. Just like the elevator. Your best bet would be to live flat on the floor. This would stabilize you and spread out the force of the impact. So that no single part of your body would take the brunt of the blow. Today's episode was written by Kathryn Witt, born and produced by Tyler for more on this. Lots of other well backed up topics visit our home planet. Testif- works dot com. Hey listeners in lieu of an ad today. 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‘Star Wars’ Boba Fett Movie No Longer In Development; Lucasfilm Focusing On ‘The Mandalorian’ Streaming Series

Mo'Kelly

01:30 min | 3 years ago

‘Star Wars’ Boba Fett Movie No Longer In Development; Lucasfilm Focusing On ‘The Mandalorian’ Streaming Series

"Vision to life. Be it the Thawra be it the lion. King beat you know, all of his projects have that super quality of storytelling. I have no doubts that things will move forward with him. And when you look at just the overall arc of where they're going the marvel cinematic universe is going to have to do a whole lot. To let me down. They really are. I mean, you've got news coming out now about them, adding an actress from from west to show from thirteen reasons why Catherine Langford has been added. You know, we always talk about the individuals who've been snapped out after the final snap. She's a new character. That's being added to avengers for her role. Many right now are suspecting that she is going to be Kate Bishop who is a character who took on the mantle of Hawkeye within the character within a cast of the young avengers. That were like like totally of scarlet witch, and and a descendant of Isaiah. Forgive me for getting his name as a Walker the first captain America, who was an experiment of Tuskegee type experiment, where they Spearman on African American soldiers and created the first super soldier, and and his grant Grey's great grandson got a hold of the formula became captain America, you'd be captured black America black America. And so now the thing is became Bishop. Why because there's also news of Jeremy renner's Hawkeye character getting an offshoot film that goes into some more real cloak and dagger type spies stuff after the scarlet witch film this coming out. So a lot of people are thinking that that is a calf is going to be introduced at. There's also, you know, scenes of Gwyneth Paltrow and rescue armor out there. So there's a lot that's going on in this world and Kevin Feige with his wild self is now talking about dead pool survived the Thunnel snap. Why are you saying this to hype us up, sir? If dead pool should make an appearance. In ventures four. I will be done in a good way. If they if if they were able to bring those properties together not impossible. Yes, not impossible. And here's why it's not impossible. A lot of individuals were like, there's no way dead can be connected to the Morrison matter universe because of his rated r nature. This December they have actually reshot redone and done new scenes to release what a PG thirteen deadpool. Deadpool doesn't have to enter the MC you Cussing and doing all the visual humor which earned him. An are. It could just a short appearance. Whereas like, hey, you're gonna help me cliff the time line, right, right? As time traveling. I nine is you introduce deadpool Kevin Feige saying he's the fish because he was in a different part of the the world. I you don't know. Will he says also I've been waiting eighteen years to try to do something with deadpool? You're not waiting eighteen years for no reason, sir. This is the most Kelly show when we come back have something to say about the dodgers and their soon to be former manager KFI AM, six forty more stimulating talk. Microsoft pay has breaking news out of Indonesia. The lion. Air commercial airliner says it has lost contact with a passenger jet flying from Jakarta to an island off Sumatra search and rescue effort underway for the Boeing seven thirty-seven. But the BBC is quoting an Indonesian aviation official as confirming that that plane has crashed in the sea. No word on how many people are aboard. Now looking good right now for the dodgers game five of the World Series. Bottom of the eighth inning at the stadium. Dodgers trail. The Boston Red Sox five to one Red Sox. If they are victorious tonight when the championship the strong six point one magnitude earthquake hit the Facific off the coast of El Salvador shaking the region near the border with Guatemala today. It has not caused apparently any serious damage. We're check out your forecast. And the drive on the one on one next.

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How to create a social following to build your brand

Vegas Never Sleeps

00:21 sec | 3 years ago

How to create a social following to build your brand

"Inspire inform and connecting community of entrepreneurs. This is Business Rockstars, Pat. O'brien welcome to the show checking in with Mark lack CEO of collect points niche Patel joined us recently, any share with us his tips on how to create a social following to build your brand first off when trying to create a social falling recommend talking to your friend is really get the word out with your phone that worth who after a lot of other viral pages share your concert on their they're doing something in the sports field. Look for some of the influences not killing reach out to them. See if they're willing to give you a shout out community building an app world all centered on social media. The more viral features. You have the more interesting things you have that other people don't have. They're really helps you build it up. If you think about Pokemon, go the reason for the virology, there's a stall GIC connection to it. There's also the fact that all your friends are playing there's a left out the fact that you can walk around the fitness aspect to really got people involved in they can tell their parents like, hey, I'm going out. I'm not just playing a game. How do you create a social media following? We're going to answer that question in just a sec. I'm Mark lack on Business Rockstars. We're here to inspire inform and connect to community of entrepreneurs, my guest today, did you Langford mob brother, international speaker and men's empowerment coach great to have you. Remember that going to be here? So how do you create social media? I know it's something that both of us have done a great job at and we're getting better every day. So what is the first step when you're in charge created social media following? When you say, how do you create a think, you don't you don't create something that just happened to something that's attracted is something that you build something that you, cultivate, ABC's of building a tribe and building that community is really beginning with yourself. And I think sometimes we want that can lead. Everybody wants the following the fortune the fame, and we don't do the work that it takes somebody that really really begins with is attracting drive, and how you do that as clear on who you are. And a lot of us are soft frayed of ourselves. Some of us are not really clear as to who we are. And so we don't know or tracking a lot. We have a lot of people are people. A lot of space is really important for us to get clear as to who we are. So clear about that. Then when our people show up, we know that there are people that makes sense I step to creating a tribe is getting clear on who you need to become to attract them. Yeah. You are just generally in general a lot of people are like. Yes. People who they are. I worked for this company their right to the job description gatherer, or I'm Michelle, I'm communicator creator on this and that is always a career, right? And so beautiful thing was eventually a career who we are what we do can become one thing. That's what I'm experiencing right now. And it's been a journey up into that. But the first part is attracting the second part is once you are clearly you are you can track your people people who understand you who can communicate with you who gets you the need to build out the tribe. How you build it is by creating unique in meaningful different interactions. Anything experiences together going out and amazing tribal? People don't connect with you included, a miles and Joe Brown and Jennifer love these amazing people and we build with each other. We build each other up, mentally physically emotionally, and we show up for each other. And it's really important to create experiences like going on trips together and go out to dinner and never eating alone with each other. And so so important so building. I say from the cultivating the tribe is really sharing Laura sharing authentically for me. What's really choice supported me in building? My trial has been me dropping into a space into my heart and communicating what I'm truly feeling what I'm going through people can relate to me. It's not just actional and people see me they hear me because I'm speaking with them. I love that. And when you're going to create a social following. I think one of the mistakes people make creating a social following is really marketing yourself in a sense or marketing your business. So the mistake ICS people think that marketing into create their social following they need to get people to understand them their business their unique offering, but in reality the right way to do it. And you touched on this is making other people feel like you understand them versus trying to get them to understand you. And that's a huge distinction. What's a mistake? You see people making when they're online trying to build a social falling, and there's a lot. But I think the secret for me has been sharing journey showing all good ensuring the excitement sharing the the downfalls or the the the times where I'm not so excited about what's happening in my life. For me. I think a lot of people make it about them. Going to talk about this. And I just created this. And I I can't locate themselves in this story. And so what I share my story and my journey. I share in a way that people can okay it themselves. Right. Story. I should point in the moral from me that I also share what's in it for them. But I make it about them the key to this. There's no secret sauce or no. Just make it about them focus, our truly people because most people marks be honest. They don't feel heard and they don't feel seen in their lives by the most close relationships family friends. We don't feel heard we don't feel seen as we look outside of ourselves attracting, which is why we're not building, which is cultivating the tribal building social followers. Why do you think people are struggling with that one hundred percent agree, and as a coach and speaker myself working with individuals, I see that over and over again. But why why do you think that you know? It really begins to be to be honest with the childhood because the house of the family. Absolutely. It's were raised that way. It's what we know. Parents grew up. I grew up in house over there was so much love so much stuff. Not a lot of money. It was always more months than money. Right. And there was always love in the house. So, but I was always heard and seen my grandmother raised me allowance so my sisters and she always called me forward. Made me wrong bash economy. So I was always a forward thinker, and I always felt like a little man. And there are a lot of parents who don't have the tools to be able to communicate effectively with their kids, which is why their kids going out to the house and seeking attention seeking to be heard and be seen by their peers by their partners by the community, and they're going about it the wrong way. So they don't have that connection that don't have that ability to be able to feel into situations.

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