5 Burst results for "Lauren Liz"
"lauren liz" Discussed on Beers with Talos
"I'm not gonna miss. I am not going to miss the era of cybersecurity Rockstars 'cause I'm done done done. All right away people. Talk to each other is just not acceptable. Utterly non-acceptable talking about the fight you started yesterday. I, which maybe which one did I started? That is not without dot L. The Reva possibility. Yeah. Just you're talking to human beings. Even though you're, you're typing on a screen. You're not only are you talking human beings. You're talking to human beings in front of millions of other human beings. Like what you're saying. You're a shit. That's what I'm saying. Like if you're treating people like crap on Twitter, because you feel self righteous because you are burning down a path to fix security in some way, only thought leadership, you know, how about little more leadership, little less thought. Jack jackasses. The other way round. The war we're going to politics, this isn't politics. This is another do with this treating other humans humans just really bad. Go some little cheer you. Well, I was reading about Radiohead. Oh, I saw this radio had got got got some of the mice Abrek in and stole all of their recordings one on the albums that they did. So it cleans all the ticks all the extended trial. Yeah. Right. All that shit anyway. Well decided to do was to try and run some Radiohead. They said to them. Give us a one hundred fifty mill owner and fifty thousand dollars or whatever quid all wheel release all of that shit. I mean, there's only one thing to do with this point. And Radiohead did exactly that turn run and said you know what? Here it is free for download for everybody. Yeah. Here's me about asked me about your around some not come. Look at what the creative process, always already, like come find out that we Zachary Mulic said. Right. It's not even that, like we live in an era, like like you're talking about the Instagram account, we were gonna work where where you, you only see, like the perfect product someone puts in front of you. And if you are in any way uncertain of yourself, and watching the internet from the outside, you're going to draw conclusions that are utterly incorrect, and you don't get to see every time they tripped or how many hours they put it. Just seeing everybody's highlight. That is all that shit Edsall horribly like an unintentionally toxic putting your best forward. Wait. That's his highlight reel shit. Yeah. Is now a little different. Don't you? All right. Liz, what has been on your mind this week? You actually, so for everybody, I didn't actually introduce her you at the top of show. So what you've got to do that. And this Lord. Warden lawyer. Liz lauren. Liz works lawyer. Liz is joining us on the podcast today. She was just the keynote at the towels threat research summit. That occurred this past Sunday. So thank you for joining us, number one. Thank you for having me fantastic. We're glad you're here have a drink and Dannon dine. So what's been on your mind this week, he regret this all ready or never never ask me after? Question to a guest because subconsciously Craig is he causes problems sorta wants to cover literally, this is all Craig's fault. Fans no, no bring food food, Emily over the food. Ladies. You can bring it in here. Absolutely. But no talking about people putting best face forward. I mean, I, I apologize the folks in the hotel room next to me, as I was practicing my talk for the threat research summit at nauseam going ever. I mean, the amount of effort that goes into something like that, that, by the grace of God, I didn't trip up on stage or flood up anything all know how you didn't with the shoes that you were wearing. Okay. Look, you never know when you're gonna need a sharp pointy object, and I have to be ready. Does that a little bit about like the kind of people that surround you like day basis? And you do know that you always need a sharp pointy off. Like TSA wouldn't let me fly with any of my other weapons. So I've got a picky about that..
"lauren liz" Discussed on Journal Theory | Personal Evolution, Mindset Guidance
"Right. So I mentioned some of this stuff back in my intro of my previous episode. And if you didn't get a chance to listen that interview with Riley from wild air coaching, go check it out. It was really, really good. And just a unique perspective on a lot of the things we talk about here in regards to mindset. So go check her out loved our conversation, and I picked up some good stuff there. So I know you guys will too. But in that intro to that episode, I told you guys a little bit about how you know coming to the event came to be. So I'm just going to recap that I have been aware of who Tony Robbins was for really long time. I've known of him. I've known that he's got some powerful teachings. I knew he. Was incredible speaker. And, you know, I would listen to him occasionally on, like YouTube, I would listen to videos, but I never got super deep into any anything related to Tony Robbins until this past year. I got just more and more. I guess, familiar with the things he's teaching and through that most of it was YouTube videos. And I think I've mentioned this before, but I try to maximize my time as much as possible when I'm driving especially because I drive around LA a lot, and that can religious steel ton of hours out of my leak. So I'm always listening to an audio book or always listening to a YouTube video or something podcast, something room, learning. So I got into more and more of his speeches and listening to him, talk and just started learning from him and getting really fired up. And then I noticed a trend there was a trend of women. Female entrepreneurs that I follow and they had all been to at least one Tony Robbins event. And that was UP w unleash the power within. And so if you know anything about Tony teaches he is a huge advocate of modeling modeling people who are living the life that you'd the type of life, that you'd like to live or have a successful business that you would like to also have, and so I just couldn't help, but, but notice, and I definitely couldn't ignore that more and more people I was meeting and learning from who are in personal developed personal developments. Use me who do have this greater connection with their spirituality, who are running successful online businesses. Tony was like this common thread, and I can give you a couple of people, and specific so Catherine for manifest Asian, babe, Lauren, Liz love from bad ass. Business babes. Angie, leaf Angie. Leash. Oh, who else there was out, Rachel Hollis from girl washer face? And then, you know, many other people who are had been meeting, and I'm like, you know, I feel like this is absolutely something that I need to do something that I need to do some day, it definitely wasn't something, I do do right now wasn't even something that I felt like I needed to do within the next year. It was more of a bucket list, thing like I'll go to Tony Robbins, someday, because I knew it was a good chunk of change, but I actually let that stop me from really looking too much into it. And so, of course, you know, like most people watch the Netflix documentary, I am not sure of grew ru and just got totally sold on the, the idea that I wanted to go to something like this one day, and, and that, specifically by the way his documentary. If you've watched it, it's date with destiny. It's a different event than what I went to, if you haven't watched the documentary, by the way, go do it. It's so cool. It's so insightful. And you even learn. Learn. And it's just if you wanna get any idea of what it might be like to go to Tony Robbins event. Go watch that on Netflix. So I'm thinking to myself, you know that'll happen some day. But I figured it was, you know, way out of reach in terms of cost. And I didn't even really look into it, but something caught my eye. One day, probably on social media about some, some blog post or some bit of information or some assessment or something that Tony Robbins and his team were giving away or doing, and so I find up for his newsletter and myself on the Email lists. And so I started getting emails and I started getting expre- resources, you know, nothing crazy. But then I saw tickets for you w and so I looked into it, and I was like, I don't know. It's still didn't feel like it was my right time. You know, I just I kept putting it off and making excuses. But then. I couldn't stop thinking about it. And I felt like I was constantly getting reminders about this event and it just couldn't ignore it. Okay. I'm going to be a little bit more open to the idea of going to this. Let's just see what comes my way. And sure enough right before thanksgiving. It was like a black Friday deal. Buy one get one and Mike. Okay. So you're telling me I could get two tickets to Tony Robbins, event right here in my backyard, and it's going to cost me just a little bit over a thousand dollars. What the hell am? I waiting for really gonna wait years and years and years. Just the cost of something that's thousand dollars when I've heard so many people say that this has been a life changing and incredibly transformative event. So I did it. I bit the bullet. I bought it got tickets. And that was that. And of course, like every every single time I make a big purchase. I have a little freak out moment of what am I doing? This is a good decision. Like, what am I wasting money but I couldn't ignore the signs and I couldn't ignore the fact that I felt like this is something that I needed to do. And if it was on my bucket list, an opportunity like this was presenting itself right away, and it was doable. And it was right here, my backyard in Los Angeles. Then what the hell my waiting for? So I was really excited about that. Because it just quickly manifested and became something that I was actually doing actually going to be experiencing. Not down the line, not in five, or ten years put in a matter of months, it was November when I purchase tickets and March was when I attended the event, and so I, I started just running on this, this high of. Excitement because I didn't really know what to expect from this event. But I knew it was going to be good. I knew it was going to bring some something good to my life in terms of mindset, tools strategy connections, something and at the end of it all I was going to get a chance to see the man the speaker Tony Robbins speak for days. So I, I told my husband, I'm like, hey, I bought these tickets. Here's the deal. I'm gonna go. I'm gonna go no matter what I would absolutely love, if you came with me, but only if you want to now my husband is very open minded, and very easy going. But he's certainly not quite on the aggressive personal growth path that I am it just lights me up to learn about this stuff. And especially comes to spirituality and connecting, connecting the two and running a business that has I think two huge pillars of both. Strategy in tools. But also connection spirituality. This is what I love. It's what I jive on. And like I absolutely want to immerse myself in more things like that. And not does he is into it, but I wouldn't say, at the same level or degree that I am. And so I said, I only want you to go if you actually wanna go. I'm not dragging you. I will not be upset if you don't come like, if you're gonna come at something that I actually want you to do, because I didn't want him to feel like he had to be there. And I also didn't want it to affect my experience. So I gave him the option. And he's like, yeah. Yeah, think about it. And you know, I think shortly after within a matter of days, he's like, yeah. So I was actually really liked to go to the vet and I kinda wanna see what it's all about. And so that was that months kept going by and we were just waiting anticipating. And then before we knew it the weekend was almost upon us. So we decided to make an immersive weekend out of it and not dry. Back and forth. So we live in Long Beach. It was in downtown Los Angeles. It's probably only I don't know anywhere from twenty to twenty five miles from our house. But if you know anything about LA traffic, it is a bee's in an unpredictable history beast. So we decided to not take the risk of having to go back and forth because I also heard that they're really long days and the last thing that you're gonna wanna do at the end of, of doing this, this event is take a long drive back somewhere. So my parents came in and save the day hung out with the baby for the weekend league. Got an Airbnb in, in L A, and so- day one. We drive up there we get there and we get there. Like they say doors open, right at eight o'clock. So we go register we get there like right on time weighed in these long lines to get into the door, and then come to find out when we get there that it actually doesn't start until about noon, and so were like. Okay. What do we do with ourselves, the convention center is, you know, it's a convention center. There's not a whole lot to do so we kinda just checked out the area and walked around and scoped out where maybe some potential coffee and food spots, we're going to be, and then during that time, I actually connected with a podcast guests. So if you guys ever listened back when Jackie whisked was on the podcast. If you haven't go check out the episode, but her and I had never had a chance to meet in person. She's from Seattle. I live down here in southern California. And we knew that each other we're going to be at the event. So I immediately checked serves like, hey, let's connect. So it had a chance to meet her person give her hugs. She took a couple of pictures for us and, and then she told us that we're I'm Tony time. And so I can only imagine that somebody as busy as Tony is probably running late. But she's like I have no idea when he's actually gonna get here. No idea when we're gonna start. I would imagine we're probably going to start at least an hour later than expected. So there's another hour waiting around, which truthfully didn't really mind too much. But it was just anticipation like anticipation was building up because I didn't truly know what it is that we were going to dive into in this in this seminar. And so it was just yeah. We were just waiting. Waiting waiting. I was like, oh my gosh, just want this thing to start like let's frigging go. And then another thing which I knew this. But my husband did not know this, but Jackie had told us that we were going to be doing the fire walk that night. And if you don't know about what the fire walk is. I will tell you in a little bit. But is pretty much exactly how it sounds. And so it's a big part of UP w and this big taboo, I don't even know, taboos the right word, but it's this big thing that people talk about because until you experience it, and you do it just sound, absolutely nuts. And so, my husband, his initial reaction was like, wait, what we're doing this on nights once I thought that was gonna be grand finale like, that's how we were gonna wrap this entire seminar on the last day was doing the fire. Walk we what do you mean? You're telling me it's on night one. And so I think that made him a little uneasy but I'm like, hey, let's just be open. Minded. Let's just see where this whole thing takes us. You don't have to do anything that you don't want to do, but in the back of my mind, I was like I'm doing the fucking fire. Walk like I did not come here to play small ongoing full out so the event starts to get closer and closer after we wait literally like an hour in line to get coffee. It was nuts. But the event gets closer and closer and all of a sudden, like the light start to turn down..
"lauren liz" Discussed on Too Embarrassed to Ask
"People people take away is the is that one detrimental thing as a result of the engineering solution yeah i'm mean on the apple thing we have congress holding hearings and it's like look you know you can knock apple for making the battery hard to replace that's a totally legitimate criticism or how they communicated this or sort of being cavalier in how they assume they know what's best for the consumer all three of those are valid criticisms it is not the case that apple was intentionally slowing down iphones like that's not really what was going on with this nobody was histories alatas in act like they are so confident when they make must either i mean like the project an aura of invincibility incompetence in when it's like lots of things have been badly designed from tarpley tragic like the old ring to just basic well here's the right does become a communication issue we saw its with samsung as wolomin simpson was really slow to issue formal recalls and communicate properly about what is going on with their overheating and fiery battery you in the good hands is now not communicating very well it's still unclear whether or not until just doesn't have the same information is microsoft or whether intel is you know is bluffing a little bit because ultimately this could come down on them same with apple like like you said he in it's not necessarily like yeah let's try to iphones and make everyone rushed to the store on that friday when is so they can buy new ones but it's like we did this tricky engineering thing uh in order to compensate for aging batteries all your devices but we didn't really communicate that rate okay next when lauren liz nasty weeks one of our loyal listeners thinks reading and all the time liz i'll ask the obvious what does this implies for tech like selfdriving.
"lauren liz" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Six eight six listen i just told you what i have the talk about i don't need you to come in here to help me carry the show i've got takes for freaking days takes that are better than that guy's not the sexiest man alive he's the fattest man alive is a fat e walk i've got better tastes in that more lady plans or lady any way you want to talk about ucla do you want respond to paul kariya if you're here in southern california especially in orange county you could talk about what it was like doubt paul korean tame back in the day cannon love that story to about how these guys can be more different right tameru with tape is stick up in a mom matter moments paul kariya was so meticulous in the way he went about things paul was in bed at ten o'clock every single night tameru was well not in bed a ten o'clock every single night couldn't be more different and he acknowledged you'll be said there are thought processes were almost identical in the games obviously mesh so well and elizabeth getting a lot of love already on twitter chris or cobos tweets personal appearance smack is back war lady clones fat you walk at total piggy give that lady clone a damn golden ticket bat you up you know what no she'll get one but not for that at pc brent one lauren liz falls city hashtag lady clones fat you walk out there was pretty funny or it would be if i allowed personal appearances show fodder but i don't a listen was put a hot had let's play the hot hand that lady cloned got things going once again let's go to another lady clone backtoback ladies here on the jungle first it was liz and now it's crystal in green bay she is a first time caller crystal good morning what's going on how are you i regard thinks zero it's an honor to get a moment here uh in light of the recent look earth you takes i decided that it's time for me to throw my take into the ring so here i go i'm done listening to people calling for make mccarthy's job to be straight i'll happily take the.
"lauren liz" Discussed on Women Inspiring Women
"And that is where you begin to create this g culture where when you're building a successful business people don't want to leave because they're a part of something bigger than just the product that you are promoting so learning how to lead is probably the most important ability that both importance gil that you can have at this depth of a game all right so with having said just things that have helped me at becoming a successful leader is number one watching other people that have gone before me what did i like about their leadership would did i not liked what other leaders in the network i watch other leaders outside of the network how the daily what today's day silenced is incredible when it comes due leaders lasted finding your why at all of his youtube videos armies dare hardy and brennan bouchard they're all amazing leaders things that i've learned john maxwell is incredible edging leadership you just had a lean and you have to do those things you have to go out there and share those with other people to the kinda gone through some of my favorite like leadership authors and they all have amazing books go check them out on amazon they are all incredible that 21 irrefutable laws of leadership of growth all of those bugs leaders he last bisimungu is another really great jumblatt's people follow eu is another is the first leadership book iran and then also personality glass really talk this lauren's liz how're you really talks about different first analogies styles and i will say that those books really helps me early on in my business development and still continue to help me on in my journey as well okay all right so it with that being said everybody thank you so much for tuning into today's episode i really appreciate it i hope you've enjoyed today's episode you've got any feedback or follow questions don't hesitate said the drop them in the thread orgy email me at mj metro actually now that also goes as drives the podcast women inspiring women every single tuesday i have a new episode that is up for you as well and like as always i love to get your you back so there's a topic you'd like you to discuss.