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Chargers rally to beat turnover-prone Chiefs 30-24 in KC

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 hr ago

Chargers rally to beat turnover-prone Chiefs 30-24 in KC

"Two plays after given new life because of a pass interference penalty against Kansas city Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert threw the game winning touchdown pass in there thirty to twenty four win Herbert also made the best of four takeaways by the Chargers defense Herbert threw four TD passes without any interceptions chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes had three touchdown passes but was intercepted twice Greg Ackland Kansas city

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Trust Science? Without Science We Wouldn't Have COVID-19

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:24 min | 12 hrs ago

Trust Science? Without Science We Wouldn't Have COVID-19

"You make science the ideal and you don't really know what you're using science for then you're going to do all sorts of goofy and nature pushing experiments halfway around the world. Because you think that you can reengineer human beings that is a belief that came out of johns hopkins back in the eighteen seventies. It's this police. German historicism that human beings are not made in the natural order or a natural law. But if we look through microscope if we got enough smart people in a room we can reengineer you. That's how you get these sociopaths. That run the cdc and nih that that quite honestly are incredibly dangerous given the amount of power they have and they they believe it's their life mission. Not just the control you. That's that's part of it. it's to reengineer you. It's it's that. Human beings are not made in a certain way. Is they say oh you try and stop me. I'm going to change human behavior. We're going to change human dna. That's the whole idea of how this entire virus came and this we have to trust science. Yeah without science. Wouldn't have this virus meaning that the way that science science has been operating. The western world is not science to be able to protect human equality as we know it or natural liberty or god or deigned liberty now. It's the tried to have mass social control and to try to make you comply and let me just say one thing about the vaccine. I'm not getting the vaccine and there's nothing you can say that will make me and if you chose to get the vaccine. I'm not like a vaccine. Shame or i don't do that. Everyone makes their own decisions and mark. You had a great segment on that where they tried to call you anti vaccine even though you took the vaccine the point is this though. We all know what's really going on here is that they are now circling the unvaccinated which i am a member of and they are going to use every single form of corporate power mythic ridicule mockery governmental power to try and have a trial run for. What's coming next. This is the frontlines of the most important issue in our time. Are we going to allow on elected unknown and unchecked bureaucrats in the fourth branch of government to be able to comment in direct concert with the top one hundred companies and go after people's deeply held medical decisions or we actually going to push back against. This is the question of our time and quite honestly a lot of republicans have been playing ball for this for parts too

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Joe Biden Is America's Greatest National Security Threat

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:42 min | 12 hrs ago

Joe Biden Is America's Greatest National Security Threat

"It has been twenty years yesterday. The anniversary of nine eleven which is a moment's a day in history that i think changed all of our lives instead assan. Maybe even a different trajectory in life and it was difficult to look back on twenty years and certainly it made it even more difficult with the way that we were led out of afghanistan over the last month by the biden administration. Our first question is for mark levin and sad. We'd like you dr. Sebastian gorka to be our one responder mark. What is our greatest national security threat today. joe biden. i'm not cleaning. I am not kidding. The people he is surrounded himself with a disaster. He's got a secretary of defense that helped create the isis caliphate. He's got a sector stay. Who comes out of the ivy league. Schools really doesn't know a damn thing same with his national security adviser so when you look among those people it's absolutely a disaster. The idea that we've american citizens in enemy territory the idea that we would leave afghan patriots. Who fought with us in enemy territory. The idea that twenty years after nine eleven the taliban will be stronger and bigger control the entire country about ghanistan with the backing of al-qaeda and china and russia iran sees this north korea sees is all of our enemies see this we are in dire dire

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Turkey Dinner (MM #3840)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 12 hrs ago

Turkey Dinner (MM #3840)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. If your Thanksgiving plans include a big Turkey dinner this year, you really need to plan ahead or plan for something else, because turkeys are another thing that won't be very prevalent around this fall, even for Thanksgiving for Christmas, whatever. And again, it's one of those situations like I was talking the other day where it's not just one thing causing this. One. Farmers didn't have as many workers so they didn't produce as much corn. The main thing that turkeys eat, corn in addition, not as many people working in the Turkey processing plants because of COVID because of the work shortage. So therefore, we could be in big trouble if we want Thanksgiving turkeys this year. For many people, it's Turkey or nothing else. It's one of those situations where it can mess up so many Thanksgiving plans and it may even be too late in some places. You've got to start stocking up ahead of time and luckily with turkeys, you can always freeze them. Now if you want a fresh Turkey, well, I think that's going to be almost impossible this year, but you have to plan ahead for the just in case. I think there are going to be a lot of things like that this coming Thanksgiving and Christmas. And we're just getting ready to find out exactly what

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Haiti's leader: Migration won't end unless inequality does

AP News Radio

01:09 min | 1 d ago

Haiti's leader: Migration won't end unless inequality does

"Haiti's prime minister points out how poverty and conflict drive migration which she says will continue until something is done but stopped short of directly criticizing Washington in a recorded speech to the United Nations General Assembly through a translator all real Henry says the situation at the U. S. border is a reminder that people especially parents with children are always going to flee poverty and conflicts for a better life in the classroom with you the migration will continue as long as our planet has both wealthy areas well most of the population of the world's population indeed it lives in poverty he also brought up the photos of border agents in Texas on horses newsy mash images of the only way many of my compatriots have been handled the border between Mexico and the United States have shocked many people president Biden says it's being investigated meanwhile the migrant encampment under the del Rio bridge has been cleared the U. S. is continuing to fly some Haitians home and allow others to remain for asylum hearings Julie Walker New York

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Huawei executive returning as China releases Canadians

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 d ago

Huawei executive returning as China releases Canadians

"Hi state prison this war between China and Canada is underway following a dispute over the arrest of a wild way top executives several years ago the news hit headlines throughout China while ways chief financial officer among one still has been released and flown back to China after her arrest on an extradition request from the U. S. three years ago the same day to Canadian citizens help by Beijing with freedom plan back to Canada also told media upon her release of happiness that the situation has finally been resolved over the past three years my life has been turned upside down it was it gave time for me at the not the White and the company exactly once reached an agreement with U. S. federal prosecutors to drop four charges against her next year as part of the deal she accepted responsibility for misrepresenting the company's business dealings in Iran I'm Karen Thomas

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Everything we know about the Kroger mass shooting

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

00:29 sec | 1 d ago

Everything we know about the Kroger mass shooting

"Will keep paying employees of the tennessee. Store attacked by a third party vendor. Sarah bartlett has more a kroger. Spokesperson says the caller vel store will stay closed while police investigate thursday's attack which left a customer identified as livia king dead ten workers and four other customers were hurt in the mass shooting. Kroger says counseling services are available to any associate who needs help. The shooter took his own life and a motive is still unknown. I'm sarah

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How Chris 'Mr. Reagan' Kohls Got His Start on YouTube

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:57 min | 1 d ago

How Chris 'Mr. Reagan' Kohls Got His Start on YouTube

"Millions of listeners and views who you are where you came from and what you're doing right now. I'm just an average guy. Let me tell you been thinking about lately about white men. It's kind of a weird thing. But on me chris just going to enjoy the sexual. Well i've just been thinking about this because you don't have the left likes to divide us up into our demographic groups and say this groups better the macaroni whatever. Well i've noticed that some of us kind of fall for it a little bit. And i noticed that there is a for real like i feel like in regular life. Conservative women tend to be outspoken bold conservative black black conservatives. Black-americans are conservative. Very bold white men. We have become a bit more demure over the years. We have stopped speaking boldly in articulately and clearly and aggressively because the feminists call us aggressive. They say were the problem. And so white. Men tend to just say all right. I'll just be quiet. I'll sit back. You know if you're gonna call me aggressive. I'll be the opposite of aggressive. Just chill and now's not the time for that. I think that conservative white men need to speak up more. I'm not. I'm not saying that. There are no conservative white. Men that speak up you speak up but you're an immigrant see so you have some kind of something of immigrant. Yeah no but that's how the left looks at they judge us and then i think we're afraid to speak out and speak up and yeah and at one point. I decided that it was something that somebody else needed to do. Other than the few people who were on youtube at the time a couple years ago. And i said some. Some idiot's gotta grab a microphone and a camera and do another show and i thought oh. I have a microphone on camera. I'm the idiot.

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Pawpaw Trees (MM #3839)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

Pawpaw Trees (MM #3839)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. For years growing up in the Midwest, we used to play out doors and you were always dealing with pine cones and trees and even at owls we were dealing with, but we also had a lot of pawpaw trees. What I didn't realize at the time is the pawpaw trees that dropped their fruit, if you will, fruit was edible. And the reason I never realized that was because you don't see popov fruit in the store. The American pawpaw is a close cousin, if you will, to the papaya. But while it is edible, it's not very shelf sustainable. So the minute it falls from the tree, it starts rotting immediately. And of course, most of the time, the pawpaws we saw on the ground while we're rotten pawpaws and there were mushy in their gushy. And from what I've read, they're good to eat, they're great fresh off the tree, reason I'm thinking about this and I hadn't thought about pawpaws for years, was because I saw somebody the other day on Facebook or on Instagram, actually eating a pawpaw and it hit me at that point. We could actually eat those things. I never tried, but now I'm curious. The pop up doesn't grow much around Tennessee, but you can see them in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, and I'm going to try to find one because I got to try it out.

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Machiavelli Demystified With Dr. Khalil Habib

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:24 min | 1 d ago

Machiavelli Demystified With Dr. Khalil Habib

"Habib. Welcome back to the charlie kirk show. Charlie's fit to be with you so we kind of stumbled into machiavelli. Last conversation and i promised our listeners. We will get back to it commonly you'll hear on cable television with almost no explanation. Someone say well. That's very machiavelli by this politician. Or that's very maquiavelian. And i think people at best have a very surface knowledge of machiavelli Who was this man. And why was he so important. So machiavelli was born in florence italy and you lived during the middle of fifteenth century. And he lives at a time during the renaissance where there was growing frustration with politics with the church Time for corrupt and it was a movement known as the renaissance that wanted to revive classical virtue stress. The emphasis of moral education on restoring civic harmony and restoring as states crap essentially machiavelli comes in and crashes in on this party and says that's a no go. You can't restore politics on classical moral virtue. And so what. He wants to spread in books like the prince which bookies most famous for today although does this is many years ago was one that people mostly focused on. He presses that of politics requires a cunning. You have to be manipulative. You have to be willing to use force there when you're gonna have to break with traditional moral virtue To essentially affect transition in politics for example One of his many critiques of the renaissance and the attempted to bring christianity in classical moral virtue. Together in a modern republic machiavellian. The prince talks about a situation in which a group of christians in a small town wanted to deal with criminals unchristian grounds and he says well this guy treasury borja who was a brutal dictator essentially showed mercy to the innocent by crushing. These people not turning the other cheek so in other words you measure your your use of force in relation to your end goal and if it's to bring about law and order you don't do it by a holding some kind of classical moral virtue forces necessary and so that forced burns the reputation of some kind of gangster Sort of a low philosophy a politics but It's incredibly influential and foundational in many

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What Can We Learn From Machiavelli?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:07 min | 1 d ago

What Can We Learn From Machiavelli?

"Can you talk about how machiavelli in some way liberated this conversation. Not in a good way of the will of kind of how the political will should triumph good. Yeah that's excellent. Actually you're referring to chapter fifteen in prince and it's one of those chapters that are so crucial that anytime i ever teach machiavelli. Distracter has to get almost a full day of line by long line. Reading will in chapter fifteen of the prince machiavelli says he's going to depart from all classical writers. So forget the debate. Whether or not machiavellian was Doing something new was just sort of an ancient and modern clothing. He tells us that he's doing something new. What is it that he's doing new. Just so happens. Charlie that i have that chapter in mind. Let me just read it to you. He says because. I know that many have written about this politics friendship etc. I fear that in writing of it again. I may be helped presumptuous. Especially since in disputing this matter i depart from the orders of others so he tells us he is not gonna follow anything that had been written about before regarding moral philosophy and politics and then he says the following since my intent is to write something useful it suggesting that classical fodders not useful to whoever understands it appeared to me more fitting to go directly to the effectual truth of the thing than to any imagination of it so he makes a distinction between philosophy. That is simply imaginary and philosophy. That is actually factually true. Which is a unique phrase. No one's ever used that. Before now that in a moment but what is he talking about. He says that many have imagined republics he's referring to plato and principalities and kingdoms say saint augustine kingdom of god to have never been seen are known to exist in truth why because they are so far from how one lives to how one should live that he who lets go of what is done for what should be done learns his room and rather than his preservation so now he tells you what philosophy really should be. The factual truth is that which preserves your life and preserves your republic and imaginary truth moral or political. Is that which leads to your ruin.

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Texas Congressman Kevin Brady Fights For The Unborn

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:53 min | 2 d ago

Texas Congressman Kevin Brady Fights For The Unborn

"Congressman. Brady welcome to the mike gallagher. Show how you doing. Hey go get individually with you sam. How are you doing. And you're right there is Thank you for your leadership on so many conservative issues including especially pro-life you're just all over our region every day and i'm grateful and congressman brady has what's called the eighth congressional district which is just north of houston the At pretty much the most conservative republican district in america it's like eighty percent of it is it isn't it isn't it. Great to be in the pro-life state where we have the heartbeat law. Here pre born congressman. Yes so much. So and i'll tell you we are It has it has caused you know just to uprising Here in congress among nancy pelosi and and democrats in fact today this morning They rushed to the house floor a bill that basically provides abortion on demand through birth As the law land in america it will Eight imposes on demand. Boertien removes nearly all the pro-life protections for the unborn and abolishes state laws on pro-life issues including texas and others and then As any including those the prevent late term abortions. Which look i i don't understand How you know in months seventh eighth and ninth win. The baby is born alive from botched abortion. That they're they are. That is not considered a life and This bill i think goes to the worst of all of that. We know in texas The heartbeat bills already saved over two thousand lives of babies and many of them are babies of color Which is i think. Important for us to be protecting those who don't have a voice in and you've made that tastes beautifully for so many years.

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New film 'Dear Even Hansen' is a misfire on just about every level

The Big Picture

02:58 min | 2 d ago

New film 'Dear Even Hansen' is a misfire on just about every level

"Let's talk about youth or at least an attempt at representing youth. I'm talking about the weekend's big release. Dear evan hansen which is in theaters on friday. Who where to begin. Amanda dear oven has what is. Dear of enhancing amanda. It is an adaptation of a tony winning musical which will come back to and it is about a young man named evan hansen. Who is having a very difficult time in high school going through some mental health issues some social anxiety issues and has been encouraged to write himself letters of you know like self belief and pas positive thinking one of these letters falls into the hands of another person and i just i'm gonna say because we need to talk about what this film okay. Another troubled student at the high school who then takes his own life and the parents of the second teen find the letter. That evan hansen has written to himself. They believe their son wrote this last letter to evan hansen before he killed himself and then assume that evan hansen. This tea and with no friends actually had a beautiful friendship with their now deceased child and the main character. Evan hansen goes along with it. And it's like yeah. He was my friend and invents a whole story and friendship and ultimately like a philosophy on how to live and connect with other people that becomes like essentially a hit. Ted talk on the internet and then he become something of a mental health advocate but really just sort of friendship at a community of care for other people a wellness figurehead popular on the internet. And and then things sort of unravel but for the most part no one is held responsible for any of the choices made in in the in the musical and the movie and then people sing songs about discovering themselves and it ends. That is the one part. I want to underline you. You just described the bones of the story very accurately and it's a musical. This story is a musical and so of course. The character is break into song as the story unfolds. I thought this was very troubling movie. A movie that really did not work for a variety of reasons. I think neither you. Nor i saw the show on broadway and so we don't really have a relationship to the show. It was a big hit and of course it. Was tony winning. But it is. Unnerving film is unnerving in a in a variety of

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Top U.S. envoy to Haiti resigns over "inhumane" migrant expulsions

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

02:20 min | 2 d ago

Top U.S. envoy to Haiti resigns over "inhumane" migrant expulsions

"I'm anthony davis the biden administration's special envoy to haiti has resigned in protest of inhumane large-scale expulsions of haitian migrants to their homeland as it is wracked by civil strife natural disaster. Us officials said on thursday. Daniel foot was appointed to the position. Only in july following the assassination of haiti's president juvenile moe's even before the migrant expulsions from the small texas border town of del rio. The korean diplomats was known to be deeply frustrated with what he considered a lack of urgency in washington and iglesia pace on efforts to improve conditions in haiti foot. Wrote to secretary of state antony blinken that he was stepping down immediately with deep disappointment at apologies. To those seeking crucial changes. I will not be associated with. The united states is inhumane counterproductive decision to deport thousands of haitian refugees and illegal immigrants to haiti a country where american officials are confined to secure compounds because of the danger posed by armed gangs to daily life. He wrote our policy approach to haiti remains deeply flawed and my policy recommendations have been ignored and dismissed when not edited to project to narrative different from my own the state department criticized foot for resigning at a critical juncture and pushed back against suggestions that his policy prescriptions were overlooked. This is a challenging moment that requires leadership spokesman. Net price said in a written statement. It's unfortunate that instead of participating in a solutions oriented policy process special. Envoy foot has both resigned and mischaracterized. The circumstances of his resignation criticism has been fueled by images that went viral this week of border patrol agents on horseback using aggressive tactics against the migrants democrats and many pro immigration groups say efforts to expel thousands of haitians without giving them a chance to seek asylum. Violates american principles the migrant camp has shrunk considerably since surpassing more than fourteen thousand people on saturday with many of them expelled and many

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After Years Of Delays, NASA's James Webb Space Telescope To Launch In December

Short Wave

01:04 min | 2 d ago

After Years Of Delays, NASA's James Webb Space Telescope To Launch In December

"Science correspondent nell greenfieldboyce with some exciting. Strana me news high now. Hey they're re too so today. We're gonna talk about nasr's next big space telescope. The james webb space telescope. This is a behemoth that is sometimes called the successor of hubble and it will be the biggest most powerful telescope ever put into space. And i here. We finally have launched aid. It's been a long time coming. Indeed indeed it has and now it's supposed to launch on december eighteenth. Hasn't this telescope being in the works for over twenty years. Yeah yeah i i reported on it for. Npr back in two thousand and seven. That's when they built this giant life sized model of the thing and we're bringing around the country. I went to see it when it was set up here in dc down by the white house and all the monuments and to me it looked like this big ray gun that was about to zap the dome off the capitol building description. And that's an unusual. Look for a telescope right. I mean usually space telescopes look like metal tubes but not this one nothing like this has been put out into space before

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Biden slips into political quicksand amid Haitian migrant buildup

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:46 min | 2 d ago

Biden slips into political quicksand amid Haitian migrant buildup

"Starting off the show. Tonight we have a discussion about joe biden. Apparently he's doing more deportations than trump specifically deporting more asylum seekers than trump did well. Yeah we don't have the other categories of deportations as the numbers that That we came across. And it's a shocking number. I don't know the entire number. But i have here the us Moved over six thousand. Haitian asylum-seekers from the border at del rio so that's just haitian asylum-seekers just recently with you know the whip's did see that. Oh i saw that very scary stuff. There was ice agents. I guess they're ice. Sported patrol agents. Scroll on horseback whipping people catalyst. Yeah like cadillac. Wrangling them with whips and hitting them with the long whip. It looked incredibly frightening and in and scary to be in that situation with a bunch of armed men on horses attacking people who are just trying to escape the hellish life of living in haiti. And do you think the biden voters expected this to happen because the people on the left like biden love to position themselves as the friend of the immigrants they acted like trump was the worst for immigration and right immigration. I mean right. When joe biden got elected like somebody. I know got a deportation letter. Just and they're telling him oh. It's been a lot worse recently under biden. They told him that his friends sorry like his friends. That like is also a legal immigrant. Types may know some other people like that well according to the same place that you're looking here. It's says twitter account. Aj plus they're citing cnbc saying that biden is using what's called title forty two to expel asylum-seekers without a right to a hearing so you know what asylum is right. Yeah when you leave somewhere that is you're gonna die there or they're gonna put you in prison for the rest of your life or thereafter you for for whatever reason and the numbers here are just shocking. According to cnbc under trump and remember trump had four full years. And we're not even through year number one biden four hundred and forty th over four hundred. Forty thousand people were Were expelled under this title. Forty two during the trump administration and six hundred ninety thousand have been expelled under the biden administration under title forty two so that's a tremendous level of increase because if if biden is able to keep up the same amount over the next three years. Yeah he'd be like twenty four hundred weight. It was six hundred ninety thousand right now so yeah that'd be well over two million people well so you know that is just absolutely horrifying because these people if they are indeed being prosecuted or persecuted. They're going to be sent back to likely their deaths or likely to a prison cell. Yeah it's probably worse for you if you try to leave and then they find out about that absolutely it is. Let's see there's other story here from cnbc biden. Administration appeals judges order. This is from less than a week ago to stop. Expelling migrants under trump era pandemic policies. So there was a judge who said they need to stop using title forty. Two and biden is appealing so this is yet another example of how joe biden is more like trumpy than the trump haters thought. That trump was like people hated trump for all these different reasons and biden has continued trump's policies and crank them up. Yeah my friend. Sent me this weird video of biden today. It was him when he was younger. You know he. He's always been in government office. So i don't know what his title was at the time but he was being interviewed. Probably a senator or something. Yeah and he was saying he was saying. What do people think. I care more about bosnia than haiti because it's white people in bosnia and it's you know black people in haiti and then he just went on and said well if haiti sank into the ocean. I wouldn't care just like that was his answer to that was like what is that supposed to mean. Well i'll tell you clear what it means. It means he has no empathy right to say that about another an entire group of people living somewhere on the planet to say they just if they just all died one day he would have no concern whatsoever for that and you juxtapose that against what he says while he's running for office which is to make himself seem like this all caring. Oh the democrats we care about people that's clearly. Bs tel aviv From penn and teller thought he was going to heal us all with his love. Is that what taylor said. Y- you read that on the show. It was numbered teller's lider new saying let pendulum but tell her was going along with pen from what i could see. So presumably teller didn't disagree otherwise he wouldn't have been in the photo op. Yeah just mixed them up. Sorry according to the story here. Cnbc biden administration appealing. A judge's order to stop using a trump era pandemic policy that allows for the rapid expulsion of migrants without giving them a chance to apply for asylum. So they're using covert as the excuse. The departments for his just cove it. That's why we had to have horseback riders with the because of it. It's just you covered. The department of justice filed an appeal of district. Judge emmet sullivan's ruling thursday bars. The federal government from expelling migrants under the public health law known as title. Forty two sullivan. The ruling to go into effect in fourteen days the appeal is the latest move by the bided administration to address the twenty year high surge of migrants from mexico and central america crossing the border illegally which remains a political flashpoint between republicans and progressive democrats title forty two is first introduced by donald trump in march of twenty twenty over concerns about the corona virus pandemic. It gave the government the power to turn back any migrant caught crossing the border illegally regardless of their country of origin to supposedly stop cove nineteen. So if you had managed to escape from north korea and you made it to the united states which is no easy task. Mind you. it's one thing to get here from haiti or guatemala. Or duress or something. It's a whole other story to get here from north korea. But if he'd managed to and they caught. You did it cover. Nineteen you gotta go back to north korea and you back to north korea where you would certainly either be put into a hellish prison labor camp and then of course all your family members have probably already been put into a prison labor camp. Because that's what they that's how they roll over north korea. If you try to escape or you do something bad. They punish your whole family for it. So you know you're going to prison and it's going to be like the worst possible prison labor camp experience basically on the planet right now if they don't just go right ahead and just summarily execute you but this quote from a man at the border a haitian man with two children. He says the. Us government

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Charlie and Dr. Rashad Richey Debate the Threat of the Delta Variant Among Children

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | 3 d ago

Charlie and Dr. Rashad Richey Debate the Threat of the Delta Variant Among Children

"Delta variant has changed the game in many ways where now you have children who not only have the virus but they are experiencing adverse reactions from the virus. Look like never before. I take place. Called jackson county. Mississippi school superintendent. This guy decided to ignore all nineteen protocols. He says he's going to live a life. That's external of the fear of the pandemic. Will his school system. They have a seven percent. Cove it positive rating. They've already lost a schoolteacher. Here's the other dynamic. That people are considering you think children go to school in silos these children who can be carriers of covert nineteen can infect environment such as their parents their grandparents oh the peer groups people that their families associate with and then it becomes an issue of the ecosystem of our safety. Not just the silo of the school system very good. I i will respond. So i'm glad you brought up the delta variant so a lot of people have done some at least initial studies of the delta variant so according to dr roberta debiasi of the children's national hospital. She was asked about ari shapiro from national public radio about the delta verion the national public radio host said wait a second if kids under twelve or not vaccinated is is the delta variant a significant risk and she said quote children are still somewhat between twelve to fifteen percent of all kobe cases and still three to four percent of hospitalizations and we have not seen a huge change in that even with the delta variant. Now i'll add to that. Where the boston globe. Not exactly you know a politicized paper to the right ask. The question is the variant more severe in children. Dr sharon door and epidemiologist at tufts medical center says no. I've not seen any peer reviewed data or data from reliable sources. Suggest that so. I would submit. Doctor that there is no data. To show the delta variant has any harsher 'cause in fact the data shows the opposite

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Rep. Ted Deutch Strikes Back at Rep. Rashida Tlaib's Anti-Semitic Comments

Mark Levin

02:06 min | 3 d ago

Rep. Ted Deutch Strikes Back at Rep. Rashida Tlaib's Anti-Semitic Comments

"Our country must suppose selling weapons to anyone anywhere without human rights law compliance The Israeli government isn't a part time regime not my words the words of Human Rights Watch and Israel's own Human Rights Watch organization bed sullen I urge my colleagues Please stand with me and so reporting you how much time do I have rich Ted deutsches a sort of moderate rather wimpy Democrat not a Florida And even he had enough of this Cut 13 go But mister speaker I can not I can not allow one of my colleagues to stand on the floor of the House of Representatives and label the Jewish democratic State of Israel in apartheid state I reject it today this caucus this body the House of Representatives will overwhelmingly stand with our ally the State of Israel in replenishing this defensive system If you believe in human rights if you believe in saving lives Israeli lives and Palestinian lives I say to my colleague who just besmirched our ally then you will support this legislation may have 15 more seconds 30 seconds Is recognized for an additional 30 seconds Mister speaker we can have an opportunity to debate lots of issues on the House floor But to falsely characterize the State of Israel is consistent with those Let's be clear It's consistent with those who advocate for the dismantling of the one Jewish state in the world And when there is no place on the map for one Jewish state that's anti semitism And I reject that

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"life" Discussed on Life Success

Life Success

06:16 min | 7 months ago

"life" Discussed on Life Success

"My name is chris. And i'm joined today with the founder of life. Success and legacy. Mike everett mike. Today i want to address one of the questions that was a huge stumbling block for me. When when sean. And i i were introduced to this concept of infinite banking and i got a whole nelson ashes book becoming your own banker and i read it multiple times pieces that really fit made sense to me but i had a mental block and that was because i had been that whole life. Insurance was the worst place in the world to put our money. We hear this over and over. So let's dig into that. There's a lot of people out there. A lot of financial people a lot of financial personalities that are out in the world that are saying whole life. insurance is the worst place in the world. Put your money. Why do they say that. Well if you go and you look at a traditional whole life insurance policy and the way. It's designed i. I really would tend to kind of lean towards what those personalities of said that whole life insurance is a bad place to put money. But if you go back a couple of generations right now and you think where did people put money before. 401k's and ira's became the traditional place to put the tax qualified plan ever came about. I'm gonna just terrier the only place most of those people in you're talking about my grandparents and migrate grandparents. They only had one place that well excuse me to They put it in whole life insurance programs policies right or they put it under the mattress at home. That's the only place that they did. But if you go back and you think like nelson does you think long term whole life insurance is the safest place you can put your money regardless of how it's designed but because of the way in which we go about reengineering the way the money is allocated in the policy it's the safest best place in the world and it's got more than anything with somebody would put their money in. Yeah i think for from my standpoint or at least how. I was taught to think about money. It's because whole life insurance Maybe traditionally designed rivage was designed to emphasize the death benefit. Anyone as little as possible. Try right when you look at that and you're looking at purely as an investment. It that maybe doesn't match up to some other things. But but honestly. I've seen some some workout there by by some folks we're actually can even show up to be better than some of the investments that are out there will in nelson's book i'm gonna just tell you that he uses a couple of examples one with the twins and one with the equipment financing and if you look at this over the long haul. I'm just telling you does it. Outperforms the market It outperforms inflation. And what's interesting when you when we read nelson's book the examples in the book aren't even designed they are anonymous is the cash value more which is how we will design for. That's correct. Why did he do that. Well the reason why he did that was he wanted to make sure people knew that it would work. Even if the policy wasn't designed properly. Yeah so so. If it's designed traditionally to emphasize have been and and pay his little into it as possible there some debate amongst people whether it would be better to do that versus mother things but when you start factoring in that policy could be designed to deemphasize the death benefit and you could emphasized the cash value portion of it and then you introduced the whole concept of using it for banking financing your financing. Needs in your life. There is no comparison. There's not so one of the questions that we always ask people right this very minute. If what is more important to you. Cash or life insurance death benefit. What are they all say. Cash every single time. So what if there was a program out there you could put money in and have access to it income tax free all along the days of your life. Okay so we need cash from right now till the day we die we only death benefit one day and we can show you through the program through abc through the policy. That if you did this all along your life not only. Would you have access and be able to utilize the cash is flowing in and out of your money. But at the time of year death you'll end up having two three four five times more death benefit than what you could purchase right now. phrase it is So many of us look at whether it's whole life for an investment or whatever we look at it as an either or right and really what this is about is a yes both. That's exactly right. If you really want to invest in the market or other types of things you can do that. But if you're smart you're gonna run your money through your ivy system. Get all the guarantees that they offer and then take loans against your policy and go do the stuff that you love to do exactly yeah. Great question I it's a hard one in our in our culture because so many of us have been told that whole life. Insurance is bad bad place to put our money but truth be told. It's actually the best place in the world to store money. It's foundational to a whole financial economic system for ourselves. It is

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"life" Discussed on The Frug Life

The Frug Life

06:41 min | 8 months ago

"life" Discussed on The Frug Life

"Today. I wanted to talk to you a little bit about life insurance. What is life insurance while life. Insurance is a type of insurance. That pays you if you die. Now you might ask mr frugh. Why would i want money. F- i'm dead and of course. The answer is to pay the boatman that will fare you into the afterlife. Okay that's a joke. That's not really the answer. Really the money isn't for you at that point. What it really has to do is with your current financial obligations. Let's say you have a spouse or a spouse and children or some combination of that if you have a mortgage on your home and there are people depending on your income from your job to pay that mortgage. if you're dead. You cannot work and so your family will perhaps need money from another source. The last thing you would want is for your family to be kicked out of their home. Because you aren't there to pay the bills so in addition to mourn your death your loved ones are homeless one possible source. You could look to to help alleviate. This issue is life insurance now. There are a few types of life insurance. This episode isn't going to be a comprehensive. in fact i want to keep it pretty high level i think there's a lot of nuance that goes into life insurance. That might be better in a powerpoint or a diagram or visual median. So you can see the different types of policies and compare them. But i think here still at a bird's eye view we can get some great value in talking about the different types of insurance so the type of insurance you might wanna get really depends on what issue you're trying to solve or in other words what risk. You're trying to ensure against the first question to consider is. Is this risk one. That will go away with time or one that will remain with you until you die for example if you have a mortgage on a house and you will pay it off in twenty years in twenty years. There's no problem anymore in the meantime though if you dye your spouse and children will have to pay the mortgage instead. You don't want to leave your family with huge financial burden so you may want to pay for life insurance while you have this debt so this is a temporary risk. That will go away in time for this situation. You might consider term insurance term. Life insurance lasts a period of time. Between ten and thirty years generally and it generally has the highest payout on death for the lowest cost or the lowest premiums. I should say in another example though. Imagine you are a wealthy land owner and when you die. Your estate will have to pay significant estate taxes. You want your children to be able to actually inherit their childhood home rather than before i to sell it. This is a financial burden that is linked to your it death and it will not go away in this situation. You might want to consider a form of permanent life insurance. This is the other major type. It doesn't have a set length of time. You can keep permanent life insurance as long as you pay policy in essence though if you require a death benefit you may need to consider permanent life insurance. But let's talk more details about that in just a bit. when you're old and your term life insurance expires. It might be very expensive to renew it with a new policy. You can also buy term life year by year but it is typically pretty expensive and you always have the risk of them increasing the rate dramatically as the risk of you actually needing your term life insurance goes up your rates. Go up as well imagine getting sick near the end of your policy term. Well when you go to renew your insurance you may find that it is now cost prohibitive to buy a new policy that as you actually need your life insurance to pay out it no longer financially makes sense to buy it so that's why term life is good for a set period of time right. If you need life insurance for twenty years with term you can buy life insurance for twenty years but if you actually die in twenty one years and you still need life insurance will you might be a problem because when you develop that health condition in the twentieth year and half to renew your insurance it may be very expensive to renew it and this is all a high level view. I'm sure there's laws nuances to how companies are allowed to increase rates for people who have illnesses. I'm not an attorney. This is not advice. This is not financial. Advice is just general information. I'm not a life insurance salesperson. Either all right. Let's get back to the topic though whole life. Policy rates do increase with age. So the premiums you pay do increase with whole life as well whole life is type of permanent life insurance with permanent life insurance. There actually is more than just insurance at play though one way to look at it also is as a vehicle for investment however i think permanent life insurance is typically one of the last vehicles for investment. I might consider if you max out your 401k. You max out your ira you max out your hsa you max out your five twenty nine plan and you still have significant cash leftover that you want to do something with your in a probably a fairly high tax bracket you may wanna look into permanent life insurance as it does have a cash value aspect to the plan which can grow tax deferred. Pay your premiums for permanent life. Insurance part of the premium actually goes to pay for the insurance but the other part goes into the cash value of the policy. There may be a rate of return on the cash value of the policy. In fact there's a bunch of sub types of insurance that are all a little different. Each subtype gives a different return. Some may be linked to the stock market in a way and give you some percent of the upside of the stock market and not some of the downside. I think we talk about this. A little in the episode on money mastered the game but this return might be fixed or set or variable. there's a lot of ways it can be calculated.

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"life" Discussed on Life Success

Life Success

06:20 min | 10 months ago

"life" Discussed on Life Success

"Game before we move forward and usually if people will buy vote they'll take time to read it but once again we have these educational boot camps and we have educational online boot camps. And we don't charge anybody anything to attend any of those saints because we would like people to investigate and spend some time investing in themselves time energy a little bit of a money in order to find out if banking is really for them I kind of Ah tell people back in my my education days The twenty two years. I spent in education. I spent a lot of time designing strategies and plans for kids to try and help them be motivated to be in school and some of them just really did not want to be there and made a promise to myself in working with clients. I'm not designing behavior. Plans for clients. I'm only working with the people who want to learn about this concept so in my mind if people are willing to come halfway i'll meet him halfway and i will teach them as long as they want to learn about this concept until they decide they wanna move forward or they say chris. I just don't think this is for us. Tell me a little bit about the team because when you first started. We joke about this all the time as you kind of be in a rugged individuals to now they're a along solo but but now there's a team with life success and legacy talk a little bit about that team how the pieces fit together and how people come to join the team. Well looks catch on the rugged individuals for just a second. You know unite literally kid back forth on this. When i first got started in this. I told you within a couple of months of you coming on board was that you're probably going to be out your own in the next eighteen to twenty four months but in the midst of all that there were some pieces that were missing in life success and lacey that you brought to the table so you were the first piece that The first edition. The i team member along with myself. That brock Life success and legacy to where it is today. I shoot from the hip kind of guy. There's not much organization. Let's get done what needs to be done right now. But you brought this organizational thought process and and this. Let's get some things done. That would make sense for the organization not just in the next two to three weeks or two three months but net for the next four five six ten fifteen years from now and that's really what we're doing with infinite banking making people think long term. I never did that personally so me to say that. I'm for chris. Bay is pretty incredible and then all of a sudden it was just like now we were at a place where it made sense that maybe we should build a small organization. I remember when we got started. I was calling people and having people do website. Stuff design and brochures. And i was doing all this on my computer ahead of absolutely no idea what i was doing but then all of a sudden i got introduced to a guy by the name of mike crawford and this guy is just a whiz with social media with our website with some of the internet stuff at howard even creating these podcasts. So him to come on board as part of a team to now that's our lawrence team and now what we've started to do as we started to build out from that we have chris gear out. Pennsylvania we've clint redfield down in Which in wichita and then. We've got a joe frazier out. In western matt zimmer. Up in north dakota. I'm telling you so. This thing is continuing to build. And we're still adding pieces to this puzzle. Which is very very exciting. The thing that i've really enjoyed this this organization's grown is that each person who joins and we're pretty selective in who we had to their integrity got to be a huge piece of it but we know whether they have integrity because every single person who's joined our team has been a client try. There's nobody who has come in and they're they're already an idc coach or a life insurance agent. Somebody out there doing this work. These are people like myself like you like crawford and others who were in other professions and they experienced i b c personally and what it can bring to their life and they were so impassioned by that. They chose to join on to teach other people about this. Well i love the organization that we are. I feel like we're doing things the right way. We think the new york some of common values go back to that wide as life. Success legacy exists and it is. It's it goes back to inspiring financial hope and freedom. It's about educating people about money a different way and it's about long-term trusting relationships how many of our clients now are rents is pretty incredible affect how many texts a week. How many phone calls a week. How many emails a week do we get from clients just saying. Hey thank you more a question about this. Or how do i implement that so. It's very exciting stuff. that's right. Well thanks for sharing with that. Mike our next podcasts. At we're going to talk about is we've learned a little bit about infinite bank. We've learned a little bit about who lives. Success legacy is how do people get started. What how do how do you take those first steps getting stars for that conversation next. Thanks for joining us.

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"life" Discussed on Life Success

Life Success

06:56 min | 10 months ago

"life" Discussed on Life Success

"Hey micro excited today to talk a little bit On a topic that has kind of foundational to life success in legacy and and that is who is life success in legacy because a lot of times people are. Okay great I've researched this infinite banking thing and i'm interested in learning more about it but who are these people that are going to be teaching me designing plans working with us so i was just wondering tell us a little bit about how life success and legacy has come together. What kind of drives it and we can dig into more details about that. Will chris hits kind of funny that we're discussing that today A remember a trip you had made to iowa and and on our way home you started firing questions at the bank left about what my passions were. Why enjoyed infinite banking. What is it that we were trying to achieve. And i remember it be not just an informational. Qna but there was some pretty intense emotional stuff that was going on to find out what the same was all about. Where were we going with it. I remember that conversation was a good one. It was and then. I remember by the time we got done with our four and a half hour trip. You had given me a few things to think about. But then the question. That arose was. Why does life success and legacy exists. And i think what culminated from that conversation that we had literally four and a half hours was to inspire financial hope and freedom by revealing little known truths about money while investing entrusting term relationships. I remember that conversation well Like it was yesterday. I remember was it was dark and i had my phone out and i still have in my notes that the results of that conversation. 'cause you were talking. I was asking you questions for me as somebody who is new to the organization. I wanted to know more about what was this whole thing about. Why were we really doing it to me. It's gotta be purpose driven and it's gotta be bigger than just helping people with their money. It's gotta be a broader scope of broader purpose. And so yeah you did a fantastic job of kind of answering the questions that i was asking and then we just kind of put it together in this I i guess purpose statement. We just call it why we exist on. Break it down just a little bit When you look at the different sections there's like three different sections to that. Why we exist. Can you talk about those different sections. Well i'm going to start with the last line. Investing in trusting long term relationships. This is really about friendships. It's about relationships. And when we turn around and we're talking and teaching and educating people about infant banking and trying to get them to say why would we invest our money with you or why would we trust few to handle this kind of thing in our lives. We realized that there must be a tremendous amount of trust and the relationship. We don't want the relationship to happen for the next twelve to eighteen months. We want to relationships to happen for the next thirty forty fifty years and so that is where i would start number. One number two is giving people information. We are educating people. In ways that ninety nine point nine percent of all financial planners will not take the time or the energy to give them these kinds of truths about money so trusting long term relationships. Little known truths about nine. But yet we're all trying to go is we want financial hope and free So there is a great big picture here that we are trying to create for our clients but yet in the midst of all this education we are giving them the tools that no other financial institution or no financial guru will take the time to to give to them. Yeah that the first part of why we exist to fire financial hoping freedom actually goes in my view even beyond that because so many times there's a barrier for people to really create the life that they want and that barrier is their finances and so once we teach some of these truths about money and they apply the infinite baking concept in their financial world and they take control of that process. All the senate opens up all kinds of possibilities for for our clients to actually create the lives that they want. I mean we've got quite a few people that have quit their jobs because they've been able to remove those barriers and they are actually now pursuing dreams that they had for many many years in our life that that to me is really rewarding. And it's motivating. It's one of the reasons that i love doing the work that we do. So i want to touch on that second piece about Teaching little known truths about money. Talk to us a little bit about the philosophy of life. Success and legacy and educating people Do people have to be qualified to work with life. Success legacy what does it cost to come to a boot camp. Learn how you know you deserve when we designed plans as a team for clients what is involved in the cost and those kinds of things. Well one of the things that we have discussed at length is. We shouldn't get paid until we add value to somebody. So when we put together a plan or an illustration or an educational seminar or boot camp for a one on one conversation. We don't charge anybody anything. The only cost that someone might have is the cost of nelson. Nashes book becoming your own banker. The cost to them as twenty dollars if they're standing in front of us. Everybody's got a twenty dollar bill in their pockets. We charge twenty dollars because we want people to have a little bit of skin.

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"life" Discussed on The Modern Spiritual Life Coaching Podcast

The Modern Spiritual Life Coaching Podcast

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"life" Discussed on The Modern Spiritual Life Coaching Podcast

"This is the universe speaking to. You are now tuned into the Modern Spiritual Life coaching podcast. By the Surf I master life coaches, spiritual guide coach chip. Welcome souls. We now begin this episode of a transformational journey. unedited. UNSCRIPTED. And creating something from nothingness. Now Let there be light on modern spiritual life coach. Ladies and Gentlemen, please take your seat. The show is about to begin. To Break Soon One, hundred, twenty, two. This. Relative PODCAST. Off. saw. uh-huh. Lou. Now, it's fun and easy to join the modern spiritual podcast mailing list directly from your phone. Just send your email address by text message text, the word modern spiritual. Two. Two, two, eight, two, eight to get started. Try it now? Send your email address text message. Text. The word modern spiritual. Two. Two, two, eight, two, eight to get started. Message and data rates. May apply. Here's your host Master Certified Alchemy Coats, ship all the modern spiritual podcast live. Well. Good morning gratitude to you on this. Friday at the MoD, modern spiritual podcast live. Balmy daycare..

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"life" Discussed on LIFE IS MAGIC - Healing

LIFE IS MAGIC - Healing

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"life" Discussed on LIFE IS MAGIC - Healing

"A wise old mud one. The contemplation is the highest expression of intellectual Virgil Life. It is that life itself fully away fully active fully aware That is alive. It is Spertzel. Wenda is fun dangerous at the sacredness of life. Of Being Granted for life for wellness and full being. Lusty said is vivid realization of the fact that laughing being in us is processed from an invisible transcendent and infinitely abundant source. To access that sauce. We use contemplative intelligence. Accessing, the highest kind of intelligence that we have through our. Serve our emotional intelligence gets us to a place that is nothing short. Of accessing a quantum field. That has scientific base. As much as virtual base. Contemplation itself. Actually, goes beyond reason. And I.

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"life" Discussed on I Give Life to Life

I Give Life to Life

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"life" Discussed on I Give Life to Life

"Have to learn. Once you are on the job site. Yeah. There are books and resources and things out there that are written to wear at your disposal to where you can learn those techniques. Those skills, those tricks, those tips. Yeah. You can learn those things you can read about those things. But at some point you're going to experience your real life parenting situation. You will experience something that you have not read about. You have yet to hear someone talk about and you will have to figure it out on your own from the very beginning. So with that just know that there is no one size fits all that will allow you to be A. Perfect parent from start to finish. nope. Not at all. So go ahead and go into the parenting situation that you are in again whether you are a single parent or you both our parents together and just know that you're going to have to learn a few things just by going through them and a lot of those things you will get wrong and it is o k just learn from the lessons and then began to apply the things that you've learned. And the last scenario is if you are either in in a relationship. A new relationship whether it be newly married just a new relationship period you're dating someone whom you just met or if you have gone through a divorce recently and if all of these options or or scenarios are new to you. Then of course, it's going to be something that you are having to learn how to navigate their again a lot of books and resources that are out there at your disposal to help you improve your your skills and your techniques when it comes to navigating marriage when. It comes to navigating relationship or when it comes to navigating a divorce. Yeah. There is a lot of helpful information out there. However, there are going to be there. There are just some books that cannot tell you and show you exactly how to deal with your emotions. There aren't going to be some books that tell you what to do at three. AM When you've woken up out of your sleep and you have the worst feeling in the world or the worst thoughts in the world because of. This new situation that you were in or they're going to be any books that are going to tell you every single step that you need to take whenever you are in a new relationship and and learning how to or to show you how to navigate that new relationship to where it will be perfect. No, it's not out there. No book will be able to give you that guarantee and so at some point again, you will go through things that you just were not able to find the. Answer on and that's okay when you're in that new relationship when you're in that new marriage or when you've gone through that recent divorce have patients with the yourself understand that this is something new to you and you will just have to give yourself time to learn how to get through to learn the best route for you as the individual to take. Because what may work for someone else doesn't mean that will work for you. So if you go into any of these situations to wrap this up. If you go into any situation in life in a situation, any type of relationship just make sure you go into it with the proper expectation and automatically give yourself more patients, more patients than what you may be used to. So I hope that this was helpful. I know it will be to some people if you have any additional things that you can share with us what our listeners or the readers make sure you put those things below in the comments section, get the conversation started. Let's help each other help. Each other when it comes to navigating this thing, we called life because at some point, we all need it health, and at some point, we all will need help again in the future because we will eventually go through something new ourselves as well. Thank you for listening to this episode. Thank you for your support. Go ahead and share this with someone whom you believe can really benefit from this. If you know someone who's just kind of been down and out who've been in the dumps a little bit or someone who's Who's you know who has everything going for them right now and things are great and they just you know they may have this unrealistic expectation on themselves suggest get it right right away whatever it is that they're involved in share this with them too. Because regardless, this will be able to help someone in in whatever their situation is good or bad negative or positive type of situation it will be of great use of been great benefit again. Thank you guys so much for tuning in to this episode of the I. Give life to live podcast with coach energy. The single parents live coach make sure that you also follow my Youtube Channel, which you can find me by searching coach energy energy is spelled N. R. G. Y. and following that go ahead and subscribe to that channel because there's a lot of information a lot of videos that are put out over there put out there and over there as well. I don't put all of the same topics on each of these two channels just because some topics are a little bit better. Or Youtube. Versus other topics are a little bit better for just podcast listeners just that type of Phil. So in order to make sure you do not miss out on anything that I post you WanNa make sure that you follow me you download you subscribe to both of those. So you are kept up to date. Thank you guys, and you already know what to do keep smiling by..

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"life" Discussed on I Give Life to Life

I Give Life to Life

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"life" Discussed on I Give Life to Life

"Their coach energy here the single parents lies coach, the Certified Life and Relationship Coach Mentor and Speaker, to all single dads and single MOMS. Today we are talking about a topic that I've written about on my social media pages and that particular post says be the parent today that you want your kids to remember tomorrow. As parents whether we're single parents or not. But just in general as parents, we have to make sure that we are the example not just setting an example we have to actually be that example that we want our kids to be proud of the example that we want our kids to possibly follow follow into those footsteps. And being that example includes our actions more than the words that we are saying. If, you don't know. Kids don't follow. What we say as much as they follow the things that we do as much as they follow the things that they see. and. That's why it's so important to make sure that our actions as the parent that they are in line that they are in line with what we are trying to teach our kids. And we have to make sure that they. that. They're in in parallel that they're in sync and then in unison with one another. We can't. Lead or have our actions depicting one way of doing things. But then having our words that we're telling our children depicting something totally different. That's a case for causing confusion in kids ask they are growing up so we have to make sure that our words are. In Unison, with the actions that we as adults are presenting the the actions that we are putting out there. Another part of being the parent today that we want our kids to remember tomorrow is being a loving parent. It's it's unfortunate of all the stories that I hear the clients that I've coached I friends of strangers. Where their stories involved a lack of love, a lack of love from their parents lack of love of growing up in a loveless household. And yes. Love is. is shown in various ways. However, the filling of love is the same. No matter how the love is is being put out. Per Household but the feeling of love itself should be one of safety. Should be one of of care and concern and protection. So, being a loving parent to our children as something that we should consider that that we should always strive for. Another way to be apparent today is to be patient. There's for some reason and and there are a lot of reasons I'm not even going to save for some reason. There are a lot of reasons you know definitely I, I know a many that are out there many reasons that are out there of y parents or people in general are not ask patient as they can be. And kids growing up and these different households they have to see what patients looks like and what patience fills like. Being a patient parent with a child who makes mistakes with a child who simply learning and growing and developing is something that's so important and it's something that a lot of children are not. They're not afforded that. That that type of treatment, they're not afforded the the patients from their parents. A lot of parents out here are very impatient with their kids especially when they make a mistake or when do something that kids just simply do. And they jumped down their kids throats they jump on their kids. It's whenever something happens when their child or children have done something that as an adult we understand and know that it's wrong however as children especially depending on the age as children, they don't know yet that this thing is wrong that thing that they may have done. They don't know that it's wrong yet, and that's why we are teaching them. That's why we are showing them the ropes. That's why we're showing them what is accepted and what's not accepted, and during those times as parents, we have to understand the importance of being patient when our children were just with our children period throughout their ages throughout their developing stages and just throughout the years of them learning and growing about this thing called life, they're not going to get it. They're not going to be perfect at it. None of us are. So we have to understand that saying. We have to have that same. When it comes to kids and I do understand that there are a lot of things that parents that were dealing with that were going through throughout the days whether it be work related or relationship related or just financially related. You never know I understand that there are a lot of reasons of where patients our patients can be dwindled down to hardly nothing you to. Where by the time we are interacting with our children that patients has been depleted that tank that patients that tank of being patient has been depleted and it's just not fair. It's not right and we have to do better we have to we have to be aware of that whenever we have to be aware of our of patients once we begin interacting with our kids. The other thing that we want to do today as parents in order to have our kids remember.

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"life" Discussed on I Give Life to Life

I Give Life to Life

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"life" Discussed on I Give Life to Life

"Hey their coach energy here. The single parents life coach I am that life coach who helps both single dads and single moms with understanding life and relationships, understanding their purpose in life, and ultimately gaining their power and control of their life back. You are tuned into the I. Give Life to live podcast. Right here on apple itunes Google podcasts, spotify anchor, and so many other channels. Make sure that you subscribe you. Share you download. You've like you rate. Give me that five star rating. If you do believe that I share some valuable content and information for everyone at some point to be able to benefit from that is what this channel is all about and today I am sharing pieces of conversation that I've had with clients of mine. and. It's more so talking about how do ideal? So, one of my clients have asked me. Know with with everything. That's going on Energie. How is it that? You're N- you're not being affected. or at least if you are, it doesn't seem Phil Look. As if you're being affected with its entire virus, that's going on and the up and down issues with the economy, the closing and opening out of the government, the closing and opening of the states. The shutdowns of. Businesses. The doors closing of businesses. How is it that? It just does not seem or look. As. If you're being affected, so. You know I had to give nothing but the real. And I explained. It's all about. Being flexible, and. Trust and believe. I am also being affected by everything that's going on. I'm being affected by the economy decides to go up or down when the government decides to open or close. When the states decide to go on lockdown or not, when the states decide to do A. Round of quarantine or not. I am absolutely being affected. That's the one common theme. That I can say about this entire situation that we're dealing with right now. Is that it's affecting every one. However it is affecting everyone differently. Some people. Yes, more than others I can definitely acknowledged that. Some, people, it's affecting and mostly their financial life other people. It's affecting them in their emotional life emotional health. Mental Health Mental. Wellbeing And it's also affecting people physically in multiple areas physically. Whether, it be just within themselves their own body. As far as with them, not being able to. Maybe get out as much as they used to. Get their workout going for just move more than what they may have been doing. From, being in lockdown or a soft walk down, or whatever is going on in your area? And another physical. Means of power, a lot of people are being affected. Are being stuck at home with someone who's abusive. So we're all being affected to some degree and yes. Some more than others, so one thing that I made sure to mention to that client was. Don't think that it's not affecting me. But. Do understand that I am controlling to what degree? I allow it to affect me. And I broke it down again, going back to what I was about to start explaining. I broke it down by stating that. I learned to be. Flexible I've learned to live life being as flexible as I possibly can. I've learned to be able to bend without breaking. I've learned to. Know How to go with the flow when. I can't necessarily do anything in that moment. But, I learned to go with the flow. In the meantime until I see that moment until I see that opening until I see that opportunity that allows me to step in and. Do my part as far as what I can to. Make that change make that shift make that decision that will be best for me my life in my family and my household. So. I didn't always I wasn't always. That flexible. I wasn't always in the mindset. Of being flexible. Yes it I used to be one of those where Oh if something happened. then. That's it. What do I do? Oh, my gosh panicked panic panic. Then I learned over time high and it did take time. But I started learning. By I. Just being aware of the difference and the situations that I was going through. Learning and seeing and paying attention and being aware of the different situations. When I. Maintain that little bit of flexibility that I had back then. Versus when I did not. have any flexibility at all back then. And usually, of course, it was a little bit easier to to exercise that flexibility. On smaller issues, you know not not so. Dramatic issues I'll say. And so it allowed me to just Kinda get a glimpse of Oh wow. I handled that situation albeit. Wasn't as huge. As maybe something else that I may have gone through. However I handled this particular situation..

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"life" Discussed on Lush Life

Lush Life

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"life" Discussed on Lush Life

"Our cocktail of the week is what Tomas calls the Cornish High Ball. With wrecking Co scurvy. Jen AND SODA. Plus a few little touches to distinguish itself. It's super easy to make. Once you have all the right ingredients. All you do is add the following to a high ball glass filled with Ice Forty. Miles of wrecking coast. Distillery Kirby Jen ten mils of green chartreuse twenty five mils of Lime Juice Twenty meals of William Fox Oak Moss era and then one hundred mils of London essence soda. Then take your gorgeous bar spoon and stir gently then drink. You can find this recipe more recipes and all the cocktails of the week at a life. Manual Dot com where you'll find links to all the ingredients in the cocktail. I heard today that he goes. Your Prianti is considering not opening. Harry's bar in Venice ever again he compares the conditions that the Italian government is imposing during covert to the rules of concentration camp. I'm not going into how preposterous that statement is but the idea that there could be vanished without Harry's bar that would me very sad. Why am I so attached to this one bar? Well you have to read my post on a lush life manual dot com. If you live for lush life make sure you're giving back to the bars you love by donating are taking part in cocktail delivery where you live. The.

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"life" Discussed on Lush Life

Lush Life

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"life" Discussed on Lush Life

"Lush life manual dot com. Now let's get locked in and ready to go with Mosh was born and raised in Prague Czech Republic I was really little. I was really suffering. Whatever the Hay fever and with Asthma actually in the time as well so I spend my birthday in the hospital. So let's not like Louis at 'cause like all my stories is like really big rollercoaster. So so just get ready for the opposite and so Nobody's it always end up bell and it always end up really good. So don't worry. Yeah so Yeah I will suffering with with these diseases are are dysfunctions so my parents made me to go to learn how to swim. 'cause it was basically only one thing which I could do or like once bit a spot or like one activity On Yeah Yeah I. I just started to swim even before school when I was five years old. It happened that it was big bottle of my life in the end so I will spread the good day I go some Talland I made it in and the swimming team in brock and I was I was pretty good I was free junior a champion in Czech Republic in a swimming butterfly Honda two hundred meters. So I have lots of sports sport bigger around Bremmer school was was Regla. Absolutely normal so. Did you think that you were going to be a professional swimmer? Like Olympics and train and train and train until then I will. I was dreaming for that Definitely US I had hopes on. I was working really hard for that. So definitely as My father bitsy himself in me so he would also effort than a than a bless him for for everything would eat it for me Goals since my eight year olds it was every single day waking up at five o'clock in the morning and I will jumping into water at six o'clock so it will slow so sacrifice from my family's thanks for that and it will just amazing About a swimming from really young age I sorta Kinda Kinda like going to work Saw I haven't seen that like something. Special is a sound. Founded like yeah. I'm just going to sway him and I'm working like breaking out like crazy of just part of my life. I haven't seen that something special until I will. I will saw and so did you think I saw you studied physical education. Yes yes what did you think your future would be before getting into the bar industry? Yeah so the On the primary school are I haven't really seen the way to go. Solo Everything about the computers so what actually started studying. It By founded furred year that I will never be good at it so You know I kind of I kind of backup from that finished at high school and then start. Fidel video of Physical location and It helps the swimming again.

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"life" Discussed on I Give Life to Life

I Give Life to Life

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"life" Discussed on I Give Life to Life

"Onto remain free from that create that freedom from for yourself because again. There's already so much that we are all dealing with as it is and to add something it just because you don't want to take responsibility or because you just simply haven't taken responsibility you're doing yourself surplus and maybe this message is for someone who may not have thought about you. Know will you know? Why am I feeling the weight? I'm feeling why am I angry? Ryan my upset. Why do I feel like I have a hole in my chest? I you know. Why is my my spirit disturbed? Maybe this message is for you. Have you taken responsibility? Have you taken responsibility of of people that you may have heard? Have you taken responsibility of things that you said things that you did things that you did not do that? You said that you were going to do or that. You were just simply supposed to do. Have you taken responsibility for any of your wrong-doings or anything that could just slighted anyone in any way? Ask yourself that question. What are you holding onto? What have you not taken responsibility of hope? This message help someone. I hope this message releases you start of releasing you from whatever you are dealing with going through because guess what it is in your control. I am here to teach people that you have so much control. You are in control of your life. You're in control of how happy your days are or how joyous your days are or how miserable your days are it starts with some work. There is a process but the thing is there is a solution to all of the problems that we have and I am here to help you as a certified life coach. I am here to help you work at all whether it be just personal issues that you're dealing with yourself or relationship issues. Those are might two areas of expertise. If you're a parent I am expertise. Excuse me I am an expert with single parents and working with With single DADS and MOMS. That's what I'm trying to say working with both single dads and MOMS That is my area as well but life period matters of the heart period. It doesn't matter. Call me I will help you out again. Take advantage of the fact that I do offer a free thirty minute session. That initial consultation. That is free one time for every single person so if you're a little concerned about well you know what's up with his life coaching. I know it's not necessarily popular and it's not necessarily talked about too. You know with a lot of people try it out. You have a chance to try before you buy it right so take advantage of it. Go to my website. Coach Energy Dot Com and R Y DOT COM and schedule an appointment on my calendar. And let's figure it out. Let's talk about it. Let's see what areas you're dealing with. What areas are hidden that? You haven't thought about that. You need to uncover and dig up. Let's talk about it. I am here to help you. Because life is too precious to not enjoy. The mind is too precious to not to not be free to not let it go to not let it. Just do what it's supposed to do in a creative man so contact me. I am here. We've got plenty of time on your hands you know why not during this Kobe. Nineteen Stop so reach out to me coach energy. Thank you guys so much for listening listening. Take Responsibility Trust me. It's so Perth bye-bye..

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"life" Discussed on Life Success

Life Success

11:29 min | 1 year ago

"life" Discussed on Life Success

"My name is Chris Bain and joined by the founder of success in legacy the King Michael Everett. Actually his middle name is king which we think hilarious Michael King Everett. Hey good good hey I've always thought about life insurance premiums as a bill up until recently. Yeah Yeah And oftentimes people ask will win. Does my policy pay for itself so this whole mindset of not wanting to pay a premium because the mindset is a bill So what we talk about is thinking about our policy as a bank and if it's a bank and you're making deposits into that bank that's a good thing right Did you ever struggle with that mindset when you're first learning about ib see of your premiums being a bill or did that? Just come naturally to you. It was pretty natural for me because I I I recognized right away that if I put a dollar in and I had availability a dollar it was really just a pass through You know I think part of the The dilemma that we have to overcome so often is People's thinking in fact Nelson mentioned this every single time I saw him molly was alive. He would say it's really a matter of how you think. And so part of the. I guess a big dilemma that we have is educating people to think differently about the money flows in and out of their hands so getting back to the premium have been trained and we have been mentally programmed to think that you know our life insurance auto insurance Every kind of monies that are going out the door you are really bills but yet part of what Nelson did when he created the Infinite Banking System. Was He helped people understand that yes. It's whole life insurance. Yes you need to pay a premium but the great thing about it is. You're paying it into a system and it's called the infinite banking concept. You're you're owning your own banking system. Which just so happens to be a dividend paying whole life insurance policy so we teach people how to think differently about premiums which now we call him premium deposits. That's right so if a lot of times in our boot camps we talk about If we could take the participants in the boot camp rugged take their brains out for just a little bit and replace it with a bankers brain. Yeah and if you were making that deposit into a banking system that you owned and controlled and you got access to those dollars and the growth was never interrupted and oh by the way there was a death benefit attached just for kicks right. Would you want your premium. Deposits to be high or low is you can make ties. You can make him which I bring my personal experience. The we are designing ours. Oz making eighty grand a year rose as an elementary school principal and we started with four policies are cumulative premiums were fifty thousand dollars a year. Which sounds insane. It did sound insane but I also knew the sooner we started and the bigger we started the better would be long term. And what's interesting is we made it through that process we've utilized it and by the way we've added additional policy since that time so it works this next section for those of you who have not read becoming your own banker. I want to encourage you to get the book and read it. There's a section in about the middle of the book on page fifty three fifty four. It's called the equipment financing and the reason I want to bring this up is because of what we talked about earlier. Is that people see premiums for life insurance as a bill and so they want to know win. Win Is my policy pay for itself and what Nelson does in the book. Is he several examples? There's about a five different examples in there and this is a an equipment financing deal for a business owner. Mike can you just set it up just a little bit and it will do a comparison of the first equipment financing example and then the fifth one just for comparison while he takes a thirty year old business owner. Who just happened to be his nephew at the time and the nephew came to him said. Hey I wanna I wanNA or by life insurance policy but all I WANNA do. I WANNA pay my premiums for four years. So he wanted to pay forty thousand dollars a year for four years. So that's one hundred sixty thousand dollars. It just so happened that with that because of the way the policy was designed yet about one hundred fifty seven hundred fifty eight thousand dollars cash value available but then starting in year five. What he didn't want to do was he decided he. Just didn't WANNA pay premiums so really what he did was the four years. He paid premiums. He basically left the money on deposit with the Life Insurance Company and said Hey life insurance company take care of everything else if you just go down the down. The years he got paid sixty five eighty started to retire and he was pulling out ninety two thousand dollars a year in income. Yeah Yup and had two point four million dollars worth of life insurance and he did that. Age Eighty five and still passed on two point. Four million dollars. So so what he did. Is He paid premiums for four years equipping and then quit paint them. And then let the the internal cash iota of the policy. Pay Premiums from that point. That's correct and he's pulling up ninety two thousand dollars in retirement on Air MELODIA passive income at at age sixty Phya Yoga. So that's the first one he didn't use it for banking at all. No any didn't put any money into it at all after the first four years so now fast forward after someone like US gets a hold of says. Hey Man you're financing all this business equipment with the banks. You actually have a tool that you could utilize for financing your equipment right. That's right okay. So now take us to that. That that fifth equipment financing and after. He's learned all these things. What does he discover? Willy realizes that the more you use it the better it gets surreally. He had sixteen thousand dollars a month going out to finance his operation yet. Trump's he had tractors tree shears that he was doing in his logging operation. And so any off off when it all of a sudden dawn that he was able to shift in. If you've listened to any of our previous podcast we talk about outside debt. We talked about inside debt but he was already sending sixteen thousand dollars a month to the outside finance company. That's one hundred ninety two thousand dollars a year. And when he when it dawned on me started shifting trucks and tractors into the internal portion. So what he did was he. Utilized policy loans paid off outside. Daddy shifted inside debt and literally. He was paying. What was it? It was eighteen thousand dollars a year per truck for four trucks and then he also did one of his his tractors in there so he was paying himself a hundred and eight thousand of the hundred ninety two thousand dollars. That's what he was paying himself on an annual basis. So what he did was. He started to utilize the policy and he kept his money flowing through his policy with all kinds of options. I mean he was doing all kinds of fun stuff in there but the bottom line is he went from. I think it was ninety. Two Thousand Dollars to two hundred and twenty five thousand dollars a year in passive income from this policy and instead of yeah instead of a two point four million dollars I let me just tell you. It was five point two million dollars that he passed on at age eighty five so it's not uncommon for people who've read the book and they're looking at that they're saying how did he get in that fifth equipment financing example. How did he get the policy to grow that much more and through reading through conversations with Nelson through studying this? Really? What's going on is it's not that they got the policy to grow more. It's that the first example. He's cannibalizing his system. Just letting qazis using the money inside the policies what's not becoming what it really could become. Yeah but as you move towards the fifth example. What he's doing is as he turns outside debt into inside debt. Those debt payments are now paying premiums. Yup So he's not cannibalizing the policy and he's getting so much more out of it. He is pretty amazing. So obviously this this you would have to read. Nelson's book to understand a little bit about the equipment financing example but if nothing else maybe peaks a little bit of interest for our listeners. Bell DIG in and go back to Was that page fifty three fifty four yards. It's actually page fifty fifty three up to sixty two sixty three I WanNa read one sentence on the last page on sixty three. It says your behavior in managing the system is the most important factor in this entire equation. So you're saying it's not about the company it's not about the insurance company. It's not about ready to return. It's not about dividends. It's about your own behavior. It is absolutely unbelievable and where else in our financial world is the result based on our behavior. Nowhere feels pretty good to be that process that yeah well. Thanks for that discussion as pretty fun to dig into that a little bit to our listeners. Thank you for joining us as always. Please check out our website. Life Success Legacy Dot Com if you have not read Nelson Nashes Book. Get yourself a copy. You can get it on our website and dig into that equipment financing. It is packed full of learning We have read and reread and reread that book and we continue to learn more as we go forward. So thanks for joining US till next time.

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"life" Discussed on I Give Life to Life

I Give Life to Life

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"life" Discussed on I Give Life to Life

"Of lashing out at a boss or lashing out at a CO worker or lashing out at a loved one or a significant other. A husband a wife or even from parent to child parents still don't know how to appropriately handle their emotions when their child has done something wrong when their child has done something to disrespect them or any of those cases so for me. I just I don't know I. It's hard to fathom the fact that schools were seeing all of these different violent actions. That are taking place. Dan Andy Out. However the schools don't see the importance of teaching our kids how to manage life how to handle their inner their inner self that inner voice that Voice of anger and pain and fear and rejection. I mean it's more important than learning history and learning. You know learning science and math and all about of course. Those are important as well. Please don't misunderstand me. Those are important as well. However if for the first eighteen years of a person's life they're spending the majority of their days in the schools and that's where they're getting most of their foundations their foundational. Learning then I do believe that it's important for our schools and our educational systems to start paying attention to offering these types of classes offering these type of programs or opportunities for our students to to learn and to go through. Because I mean that that right. There will help tremendously with a person being successful in life or not or with. It will help tremendously with a person going through life successfully more successfully or not and I'm not accounting success success when it comes to finances I'm accounting success to their well being their emotional wellbeing their their mental wellbeing mental health or emotional health. So this is all I was going to talk about today. Don't WanNa make this one too long. Just the overall understanding of of today's message is education of life skills being very important and until the educational systems understand this or start shining light on it and offering these classes with with all the other classes at their offering then the communities even just going back home starting at home parents and siblings and aunts and uncles and the neighborhood friends like we are going to have to start implementing the life skill lessons to our people our our children our kids while they are young is so much easier to teach that versus having to try to change the behaviors that someone is already developed if we catch them early. If we if we set the proper expectation early that will be so much easier than having to go in and adjust or change years of of behaving in other ways other unhealthy ways. So thank you again for listening to this particular episode over the I give light to life podcast. I am coach energy. You guys make sure you follow me. Make sure that you share this information. Share this episode. Share this channel on whatever platform you are listening on and I look forward to hearing from from some of you Hearing your feedback hearing your messages reading your comments and let's get this conversation started. Let's see what we can do as individuals to at least help in our own power. Thank you so much and I look forward to hearing from you guys soon. Enjoy the rest of your day and.

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"life" Discussed on I Give Life to Life

I Give Life to Life

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"life" Discussed on I Give Life to Life

"Let's talk about education. We're not going to go into the higher levels of agent education such as college levels and things like that. We're GONNA more so focus on the grade school levels so the kindergarten students the middle school students in the high school students. Thank you so much for tuning in to the I. Guilt by to life podcast with coach energy. And you guys make sure that you follow me. Follow me on whatever platform. You're listening to my voice on. Thank you so much for your support week in and week out and I am just so happy that you guys are just providing me with with all the information all the tons of feedback and to help me grow this channel so once again. Let's get back to it education. Let's talk about what is being taught or rather what's not being taught to our great school kids and we're talking today about skills. The life skills the emotional skills of how to handle the day-to-day emotions that people deal with especially as kids as they grow up as teenagers as those hormones begin to really take over and just really affect their body affect their their way of handling things affecting their their mental way of handling things just the way they think about things think about life but say it that way unfortunately our schools and let me just speak not all not universally all but the majority of our public schools across the nation. They don't teach life skills. They don't teach kids how to handle their emotions. Whether it be anger fear pain rejection love. Or if they feel that they are not loved Feelings of inadequacy you name it. Those are skills that will help each person individually to be able to go through life more successfully as an adult. Unfortunately we have a lot of adults now who never learned these skills who never learn how to handle someone saying no to them who never learned how to how to appropriately deal with the feelings of anger and pain unfortunately many adults now out or as an adult they deal with it in ways of of lashing out whether it be verbally lashing out or physically getting physical with someone or with something with an object. And you know I definitely understand that there are places or you know there are appropriate places and times to be able to get that aggression out physically you know if you're in a gem or You know at whether it be like a boxing tight jam or a martial arts type of gem or whatever they even have businesses that are now created where someone will allow you to come in and smash things in order to get rid of any anger and aggression that you may have that you may be holding onto so I understand that. There are places for that but we're talking about how when people lash out in angry ways physically with other people or against other people and let's just say if they're inside of their home and they decide to throw their cell phone or smash a plate or a window or TV in their house or their computer. Whatever those are the unhealthy ways of dealing with anger physically that I'm referring to also rejection. There's too many S- cases and situations that we are hearing more and more of where people just don't know how to deal with being rejected. Whether it be rejection from job you know being fired being laid off Rejection on a personal level with someone that may not be interested in that person and you know they may be advancing or pursuing that person By the other the other person is not interested and the rejection just stings. Of course no. One really likes rejection. It's all about. How do you manage it? How do you deal with it? And you know it's too many unhealthy ways of how people have been dealing with rejection and how people have been doing with their anger and their pain. It's all rooted into something of course and one of the things that we can we can say for the majority or for the masses that a lot of this is just because people never learned the skills. People never learned life skills of how to handle their fillings their emotions. They never learned it. And these are skills.

"life" Discussed on Making A Masterpiece of Your Life Podcast

Making A Masterpiece of Your Life Podcast

06:41 min | 2 years ago

"life" Discussed on Making A Masterpiece of Your Life Podcast

"Which one of US dares draw harsh line between art craft and Life Gilbert M Grosvenor Cabinet Maker and book editor to turn a vision of oneself into tangible result requires commitment went skills and the right tools for the job. This is making a masterpiece of your life Life is an ancient journey where some it is journey measured hazard by the time that passes between the twin events of birth and death for others. It is a timeless never ending road into eternity however long long whether finite or infinite at one time or another many of us have wondered what to make of our lives were a lot of people life was never taught hottest. Take it apart and put it back together system of identifiable parts each one fitting into the Big Well oiled machinery of the universe life for most most is just experienced like a balancing act from balancing the checkbook balancing the spiritual emotional needs of ourselves and the lives of those around us and other times life can be like searching.

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"life" Discussed on The Life By Design Podcast

The Life By Design Podcast

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"life" Discussed on The Life By Design Podcast

"Is in a Mutual Life Insurance company, you will share in the profits. If there are some of that life insurance company by those called dividends those are called dividends. We'll dive into that a little bit more as well. Gotcha. So reputation as a huge issue, right? I mean, we don't wanna go to Billy Bob's life insurance. You know, you'd I will pay kinda kinda place with a neon sign flashing on a street corner. So how do you research the company's? How do you find a good company? That's reputable. That's a great question. So one of the easiest ways is looking at their ratings in there. There's a number of different ratings companies out there that look at the financial health basically of the life insurance companies and each one has different way of rating, but usually you can kind of think of going to school, and if you were a good student may be seen some as or a pluses, that's really probably what you wanna look for their when you're looking at those ratings as you wanna stay in that a a plus category, depending on the rating systems are a little bit different. But if you're working with a life insurance agent, you can talk with them about how those rating stack up to the other companies they might look at. Yeah. Any you've spoken about the two different types of the main two types, there's more than just whole and term insurance. But when we're looking at the time. Of insurance that you need. I guess my question is who actually needs to look at getting life insurance in general. Absolutely. Absolutely. So there's three kind of major categories that will will look at here. And then kinda fourth that that I wanna talk about spend some time on because I think there's a lot of misinformation out there. So the three basic types are those people who have others, depending on them either with financial or emotional support. We have a business owners or people who are executives or key persons inside of a business, and then you have people with maybe large estates who need life insurance to pay for some of the taxes that may be due when they pass away. So that they can pass on their fullest state to their heirs and family. That last subsection that will talk about is people who are looking for alternatives to save money tax free, and we're gonna get into that later on towards the end of the podcast, and we're going to kind of dig into that. There are some great ways of saving money inside of life insurance. But they're really only for specific situations in my opinion, right? All right. So we talked about the two basic forms of life insurance term insurance and whole life insurance..

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